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The Mariners Suck This Year. May 25, 2008

Posted by Administrator in Sports.

Huge.  GM Bill Bavasai spent $116 million on a team that is last in the American League and has given up 30 runs in the last 6 games.

Yee hah.  They just got swept by the Yankees, in part by gagging in the 8th.

See USS Mariner for more than you could possibly want in terms of post mortem examination of this disastrous team.  We can only hope that Bavasi and manager John McClaren are gone, and that right quickly.

Team President Chuck Armstrong says this is the fault of the players on the field.  They ain’t working hard enough.

  1. Way to motivate those players, Chuck, and
  2. If my co-workers sucked eggs on ice, I don’t think the board chair would be saying that it isn’t the principal’s fault.  It’s his job to motivate, just as it’s McClaren’s job to motivate the M’s.  And that ain’t happening.


1. Ted - June 12, 2008

Oh, my ANGELS team came to Safeco and swept the mini M’s again (remember last year – two to five games back in half a week). Who ever thought they’d be running for the division? Not me. I’d rather have Joe Saunders than Bedard, and Hunter than Ichiro. Better trade half the lineup and hope the GM is fired Seattle. You have no chance this year (or probably until the Angels farm system goes bad, say in perhaps 8 years or so if they don’t keep up their draft skills).

2. demolition65 - June 12, 2008

Well, I dunno about Ichiro, but on anything else I won’t disagree with you. We need to trade just anyone who we can other than Ichiro, and get rid of Bavasi and McClaren real quick.

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