The Mariners...

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    The Mariners...

    .. are the new Blue Jays, who were new Marlins.  Can they turn winning the offseason into einning during the seadon?  Or will they finish in last like their predecesors?

     

    For Seattle,  finishing last does require finishing behind the Astros. ..

     
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    Re: The Mariners...

    Here is an insightful analysis from FanGraphs columnist Dave Cameron:

    http://www.fangraphs.com/blogs/mariners-break-the-bank-hope-robinson-cano-defies-odds/

     
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    Re: The Mariners...

    At first blush, the Cano deal seems kind of crazy. But you have to give the Mariners credit for making a bold move and not being content to be a second rate club. It is not every day that another team is able wrest a top talent away from the Evil Empire. I say kudos to them. 

     
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    Re: The Mariners...

    In response to dgalehouse's comment:
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    At first blush, the Cano deal seems kind of crazy. But you have to give the Mariners credit for making a bold move and not being content to be a second rate club. It is not every day that another team is able wrest a top talent away from the Evil Empire. I say kudos to them. 

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    I agree kudo's 2 seattle

    I give them credit for doing what they had to do

     

    they had to over pay to get a bat to play there

     

    and pay even more for a guy from the DR to play 3000 more miles away

    looks like they are going to sign another bat and make a play 4 price

     

    unlike the Blue Jays or Marlins they already have felix

     
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