Five Things To Watch For During The 2014 Seattle Mariners Season

The Seattle Mariners’ off season has been, for the most part, a series of smart moves that compliment the big off-season splash signing of Robinson Cano. For M’s fans, this was a move that has improved fan expectations for the 2014 season. Now the question becomes, what exactly do these improved expectations mean for fans should be watching for?

The added pieces this off-season are better pieces than were brought in last season — Mike Morse, Robert Andino, Kelly Shoppach were all signed prior to the 2013 season — and that has led people to think that the 2014 squad is going to compete for a Wildcard slot. Those expectations are a little too high for the team as currently constructed; but there is a lot of reasons for M’s fans to be optimistic, and excited, for this season.

As the City gears up for another season of Mariners baseball, it is important for fans to keep an eye out for these five things in 2014: Continue Reading->

 

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2 responses to “Five Things To Watch For During The 2014 Seattle Mariners Season

  1. That’s been a pretty tough division the last few years with Seattle being nowhere near relevant. You have to like what they’ve done in the off-season to at least be competitive. We’ll see if it all pans out.

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