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  1. Thoughts: Wacha stars in debut for Cards

    David Schoenfield

    Haven't done one of these all week, so some quick thoughts on Thursday's games ... I was watching the Detroit Tigers-Pittsburgh Pirates last night but on my laptop I had on the Kansas City Royals-St. Louis Cardinals game to check out Michael Wach...

    Blog | May 31, 2013
  2. Time for Mariners to make tough decisions

    David Schoenfield

    The Seattle Mariners are in that frustrating purgatory of baseball existence: Not good enough to contend, not bad enough to formulate a rebuilding strategy that makes sense. Where are they? What is the master plan? Is there life after Feli...

    Blog | May 14, 2013
  3. How much should the Rockies play Helton?

    David Schoenfield

    I'm not a Colorado Rockies fan so I can't profess to know how they feel about Todd Helton returning from the disabled list and into the starting lineup a couple days ago. He's the greatest player in Rockies history, a guy who will have an int...

    Blog | May 07, 2013
  4. The imperfect Orioles continue the magic

    David Schoenfield

    This is Baltimore Orioles baseball. This is Seattle Mariners baseball. Watching the last few innings of their game against Seattle, you knew how it would end: The Orioles would win. They'd wait out Felix Hernandez. They'd wait out Tom Wilhelmse...

    Blog | September 20, 2012
  5. Pineda will be missed, but deal makes sense

    David Schoenfield

    It's easy to get ensnared in the information overload, analyzing players until they become a line of statistics, pitch F/X data or economic asset or liability. There's nothing wrong with that. For many of us, the numbers illuminate the game on a deep...

    Blog | January 14, 2012
  6. May be time to trade Felix Hernandez

    David Schoenfield

    In 2011, the Seattle Mariners finished 29 wins behind the Texas Rangers. They finished 19 wins behind the Los Angeles Angels. Mariners general manager Jack Zduriencik has adamantly refused to listen to offers for ace right-hander Felix Hernandez, ...

    Blog | December 09, 2011
  7. Teams must decide when to start clock

    David Schoenfield

    On July 8, 1994, the Seattle Mariners recalled 18-year-old wunderkind Alex Rodriguez to start at shortstop at Fenway Park. The Mariners were only five games out of first place but 12 games under .500, going nowhere fast in a season that ended up goin...

    Blog | April 05, 2011