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Mike Cameron

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In Robert Farley
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On February 19, 2012
If there was ever a player poorly served by fixation with the batting average stat… Exactly two months after signing a minor-league deal with the Washington Nationals, Mike Cameron has decided to call it a career, according to the club. Cameron appeared to be a possibility as a center-field platoon partner with either Roger Bernadina or Rick Ankiel — both of […]

Bradley!!!

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On December 18, 2009

I, for one, am delighted by the decision to trade a bag of moldy Fritos for Milton Bradley. I appreciate that Bradley rather goes beyond the typical “difficult player” tag, but damn, he ca

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2000

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On September 7, 2009

Yeah, there are better players out there, but it’s still another remarkable accomplishment by a remarkable player. Zumsteg, before the fact: — I would love to see Ichiro! get his 2,000th M

Now This One I Get

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On July 31, 2009
Washburn to Detroit, LHPs French, Robles to Seattle. Unlike my snap assessment of the last major trade made by the Mariners (which Scott and I initially disagreed on) this one makes perfect sense for a selling club.  While the two pitchers coming Seattle’s way are probably not as “stellar” as the NYT blog suggests, it […]

Good Deal

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On July 31, 2009

Like Neyer, and unlike the Daves Brockington and Cameron, I’m inclined to think that the Wilson/Snell trade is a good one for the Mariners. (In fairness, neither of them knew initially that the

What?

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On July 29, 2009

Wilson and Snell to Seattle; Clement, Cedeno, Pribanic, Lorin and Adcock to Pittsburgh. I’m now no longer sure that Jack Z. can cure cancer, solve the Middle East, or work out how to properly ru

Putz deal

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On December 11, 2008

Perhaps Scott will have something to say about this deal from the other side. I’ve got some mixed feelings about it, but I think it’s a small net positive for my Mariners. First and foremo

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