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Name: Lookout Landing
Description: A Mariners Site.
URL: http://www.lookoutlanding.com
RSS Feeds: Seattle Mariners - http://www.lookoutlanding.com/rss/index.rdf
Related Team(s): Mariners
Related Sports(s): Baseball
Date Added: 2005-02-16 15:46:20
  
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On the Arbitration docket: Mariners vs. The Rest of the League
Mariners spend some money and save some money. If you’re like me, you really hate awkward situations. If you like awkward situations, then you should do some self-reflection. Sorry if that’s awkward to suggest. Anyways, apparently most MLB players and teams don’t like awkward si...

Lookout Landing’s (weird) 2017 predictions
Other than, you know, going to the playoffs When I first asked this question of the staff, what their goofiest prediction for 2017 would be, I expected answers like 12 run comebacks or 15 inning games (2016 was so very, very weird). Instead we have predictions about facial hair, nudity, and eso...

40 in 40: Félix Hernández
It was done by The King. People filled the concourse, everyone in shades of golden yellow, packed tightly together but moving with purpose. Cameron gripped his mom’s hand tightly, suddenly worried that he might get lost in this crowd and miss the game. He understood the excitemen...

That time the intentional walk gave the Mariners a road win in Seattle
“To say goodbye is to die a little” - Raymond Chandler When changes to Major League Baseball’s intentional walk rules were announced earlier this week, the reactions were vast. Some bickered over whether the change was good for baseball–with one side arguing that MLB eliminated a mino...

Sporcle Friday: M’s batters with more BBs than Ks
Which Mariners batters have recorded more walks than strikeouts in a single season (min 350 PA)? Happy Friday, friends. Did you know that the Mariners play their first spring training game tomorrow? Because they do! Hooray. With the advent of actual games/scrimmages, we will undoubtedly hear a...

Mariners Moose Tracks, 2/24/17: O’Neill Plays the Piano, Mark Buehrle, and Chris Christie
Happy Friday everyone! Hello folks! Today marks the final day before Cactus League play begins. I know I can’t wait to watch, even if the games are completely and utterly meaningless. You know what isn’t meaningless, though? Some fresh news. Let’s get to it. ...

Mariners add RHP Caleb Cotham to the reliever pile
“Put him right over there with the rest, perfect, thanks.” Spring Training is a time for many established players to get back in the swing of things, but for fringe players, or those who are coming off injury, it’s a crucial time to catch on with a team with a top-notch performance. The...

Leonys Martin Reports To Camp
Welcome home, Martin. Yesterday Leonys Martin finally reported to camp. He had been excused for the first few days in order to testify in the federal trial of Bartolo Hernandez and Julio Estrada, who were allegedly involved in smuggling multiple Cuban baseball players into the United States. ...

Why Jerry Signed Marc Rzepczynski
Hint: He’s pretty good against lefties. When the Mariners signed Marc Rzepczynski (aka Scrabble) this offseason, many fans were wary of his contr...

(In)Effectively Wild: Spring Training Performances of Former Mariners
We take a look at some of the most interesting Mariners’ spring training performances of the past 10 years While it may be cold and drizzly in Seattle, in Arizona, spring training is just heating up. Mariners fans are elated ...

40 in 40: Robinson Canó
Robinson Canó is the leader the Mariners have desperately needed Ever since I became editor of Lookout Landing, I have been thinking a lot about teaching and leadership. What does it mean to be a great teacher? What does good leadership look like? It’s not anything I would have expected to...

What stats to pay attention to during Spring Training
Spring training stats don’t matter, until they do. Spring training is now in full swing and in just a few days, the real (fake) games begin! As the Cactus League starts up, a familiar mantra will begin to reemerge: “Spring training stats don’t matter.” The fact...

Mariners Moose Tracks, 2/23/17: Leonys Martin, Matt Schoemaker, and David Attenborough
Some links to hold you over as Spring Training inches nearer. Good morning, everybody! We’re just two days away from baseball being back (kind of). Then we can spend another month wishing for baseball to really be back. Until then, there’s plenty to look at today. In Mar...

 

 
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