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  1. The best beef jerky commercial of all time

    David Schoenfield

    In case you woke up this morning wondering, "Whatever happened to Bret Boone?" I give you this....

    Blog | May 01, 2013
  2. Biggest increases/decreases in WAR

    David Schoenfield

    Mark Simon and I teased this on the Baseball Today podcast, so here it is. Tom from Melbourne, Fla., writes in: I have a slew of answers for Friday's ridiculous question regarding greatest difference in WAR in consecutive years. For the analysis, ...

    Blog | July 30, 2012
  3. Interpreter Joe Furukawa speaks the language of baseball for Texa...

    Richard Durrett

    Yu Darvish's interpreter Joe Furukawa speaks the language of baseball.

    Story | Conversation | April 04, 2012
  4. The most talented team of all time

    David Schoenfield

    What does that question even mean, "The most talented team of all time?" Does it simply mean the best team? The 2001 Seattle Mariners won 116 games, a total matched only by the 1906 Chicago Cubs. Certainly, that Mariners club had a lot of talent -...

    Blog | December 15, 2011
  5. 2001 Mariners: Best team that never won

    David Schoenfield

    "Two outs, so what?" --Catchphrase for the 2001 Seattle Mariners Every Mariners fan has his or her favorite game from 2001. After all, we watched nearly every one or followed online the ones we couldn't see on TV or attend in person. I have tw...

    Blog | September 12, 2011
  6. Pat Gillick's 10 best moves

    David Schoenfield

    You can debate the merits of an executive getting elected to the Hall of Fame; personally, I find it a bit ridiculous that Pat Gillick got elected and will be enshrined this year while deserving players like Barry Larkin, Tim Raines, Alan Trammell an...

    Blog | July 22, 2011
  7. Duff McKagan: Ten years later, 116 wins and nothing to celebrate

    Duff McKagan

    Some people in Seattle are making a big deal about the 10-year anniversary of the Mariners' 116-win season, but without a title it's not worth such a fuss, writes Duff McKagan.

    Story | Conversation | July 12, 2011
  8. This Day In Sports: The Boone Family Business Goes Deep

    AP Photo/Mark Duncan Must be in the genes: Aaron, Ray, Bret and Bob Boone. August 19, 1992: When the Seattle Mariners visited the Orioles in Baltimore, their season was pretty much over (they'd end up finishing 7th in their division). Mid-August ...

    Blog | August 19, 2010
  9. New York Yankees vs. L.A. Dodgers Tickets Are Harder to Obtain Th...

    Photo: Getty Images Men in Black & Blue starring Joe Torre and Joe Girardi starts Friday, June 25th! Stoked to attend the Yankees versus Dodgers series this summer? Well, you better clear 13 other days on your calendar. In order to purchase t...

    Blog | February 24, 2010
  10. After 14 major league seasons, retiring Boone in a better place

    Jerry Crasnick

    Bret Boone has decided to retire after a comeback attempt with the Washington Nationals failed to lead to a big league job.

    Story | Conversation | May 28, 2008
  11. Bret Boone signs deal with Nats joining brother Aaron, dad Bob in...

    Bret Boone came out of retirement to sign a non-guaranteed, minor league contract with the Washington Nationals on Monday, joining his younger brother, infielder Aaron, and their father, assistant general manager Bob, with the club.

    Story | Conversation | February 18, 2008
  12. Mets' Boone retires before 2B competition begins

    Bret Boone retired Wednesday at New York Mets camp, the culmination of a swift decline for a player who was one of baseball's best second basemen only a few years ago.

    Story | Conversation | March 01, 2006
  13. Mets sign Boone, invite him to spring training

    The New York Mets signed free agent infielder Bret Boone to a minor league contract Wednesday and invited him to spring training.

    Story | Conversation | January 04, 2006
  14. Boone looking for an opportunity

    Jerry Crasnick

    Bret Boone knows he has more baseball left in him at age 36 and isn't ready to call it quits yet.

    Story | Conversation | November 09, 2005
  15. Boone released after only three weeks with club

    Bret Boone did not last long with the Minnesota Twins.

    Story | Conversation | August 01, 2005
  16. Twins pounce on Colon in five-run fourth inning

    Minnesota 5, Los Angeles 4

    Recap | Box Score | Conversation | July 16, 2005