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Tag Archives: Seattle Mariners

Collecting blues: What to do when your favorite player finds a new team

But what happens when one of your favorite players on your favorite team decides to pack his bags?

COMMENTARY: Alex Rodriguez’s baseball cards won’t recover from suspension, scandal

At one point, he was projected to be the next player atop the career home run list — the guy who would push aside Barry Bonds and his joyless 762 home runs, making his mark like no player had ever done before.

Yet one more reason to love game-used bats

It’s no secret that baseball players can be a superstitious, ritualistic and detail-oriented bunch.

Ichiro’s first Yankees cards coming soon

Ichiro Suzuki’s New York career is just two games old and that means it’s time for one thing — his first Yankees baseball cards.

Philip Humber’s gem creates perfect opportunity

Chicago White Sox pitcher Phillip Humber — a right-hander from Texas with an 11-10 career record entering Saturday’s game at Safeco Field — threw nine perfect innings against the Seattle Mariners for just the 21st gem in MLB history.

Mariners outfielder Greg Halman dead at 24

Seattle Mariners outfielder Greg Halman was found dead at a home in Rotterdam, Netherlands, on Monday, the victim of a stabbing wound. He was 24.

Steve Delabar’s first cards came long before debut

Steve Delabar’s strong debut, or perhaps just his story, has prompted a bit of interest in his baseball cards.