These aren't exactly the most fun articles to write. Not only do you have to admit the things you were wrong about, but you usually have to look at the things that your team is performing poorly at as well.
It's still early, so there is a lot of time for the Mariners, and anyone involved in these prediction reviews, to turn it around and get back to where they should be... or at least where we hope they will be. We aren't even to the end of April yet, but with about 1/8th of the season complete, it seemed like a good time to take an early look at how well some of the things we talked about in the early season have been tracking.
We're going to spread it out a bit. Things have sort of been rough all over the board, so it isn't tough to find some predictions that we look to be wrong on, especially the overly optimistic ones.
That being said, it's still early, and I'm hopeful that the Mariners turn it around. I'm staying positive, and believe that things are going to be just fine in Seattle. For now, let's take a look at 3 predictions that we were wrong about with the Mariners through the start of the 2023 season.