2014 Seattle Mariners

September 4, 2014 by  
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Episode 279 - Seattle Mariners

Can the Mariners cap off a great year with a wild card berth?  Who would’ve thought as Ed Kasputis interviews Matt Ellis from lookoutlanding.com.  Does the baseball soul of the AL East now reside in the AL West?


2013 Seattle Mariners

July 25, 2013 by  
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Episode 211 - Seattle Mariners

The Mariners have been hot and as usual Seattle is hotter.  We explore the Great Northwest and Ed Kasputis interviews baseball researcher, Jeff Sullivan about his beloved Mariners.  Our podcast concludes as we head to Toronto.  How about those Blue Jays???


Still Waiting for a Mariners’ World Series

May 3, 2011 by  
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This week is Mariners‘ week with our podcast featuring the Seattle Mariners being released on Friday, May 6th.  Only two franchises have failed to appear in a World Series, the Washington Nationals (est. 1969) and the Seattle Mariners (est. 1977).

During our next podcast, you’ll hear Arthur Lee remember Mariner broadcast great Dave Niehaus (1935 – 2010).  We’ll also hear from the Professor from Walla Walla, Terrie Amodt as she talks about Mariner history.  All this and more on the next episode of Baseball PhD.

My Oh My – We Miss Niehaus

Seattle Mariners’ Team Pulse
Listen to our 2010 Seattle Mariners’ Podcast

Past Posts about the Seattle Mariners

Dave Niehaus

Joy in Seattle


Playing Catch with Dad

Mariner Moose

Mariner Moose

September 12, 2010 by  
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Mariner Moose

The Mariner Moose is the feisty mascot for the Seattle Mariners.  This week is Mariners‘ week with our podcast featuring the Seattle Mariners being released on Friday, September 17th.

The Moose is the first and only mascot for the Mariners.  He made his debut on opening day, April 13, 1990.  The idea of the Moose was selected as a result of a contest with 2,500 entrants.  The Moose was the idea of then fifth grader, Ammon Spiller who said “I chose the Moose because they are funny, neat and friendly. The Moose would show that the Mariners enjoy playing and that they still have a few tricks up their sleeves. It shows they’re having fun no matter what the situation.”

The Moose can be seen at SAFECO Field zooming around on an ATV.  Be careful.  The Moose is reckless but he does have his own Facebook page.

The Moose runs over Coco Crisp

Dancing with a (fake) Umpire

Moose and Indians’ Slider both hurt