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Seattle Mariners

Seattle Mariners

Seattle Mariners Statistics Overview

The Seattle Mariners will play 162 games during the MLB season. The Mariners are one expected to be affected by the new MLB interleague format as the franchise will have to travel more than any other team in Major League Baseball.

Last Four MLB Seasons

2012: 75-87
2011: 67-95
2010: 61-101
2009: 85-77

2013 Seattle Mariners Betting Odds

To Win the World Series: +8000
To Win the National League: +4500

Seattle Mariners 2012 Betting Statistics

Straight Up: 74-86

Against the line: 84-75

Over vs Under: 68-82-10

Seattle Mariners Betting History

The Seattle Mariners struggled in straight-up betting markets but were a profitable play against the spread during the 2012 MLB schedule.

In Seattle Mariners games the Under option in the Over/Under points betting market had a clear advantage last season.

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2013 Seattle Mariners Schedule

The Seattle Mariners will play 162 games during the MLB season. The Mariners are one expected to be affected by the new MLB interleague format as the franchise will have to travel more than any other team in Major League Baseball.

Seattle Mariners Franchise History:

The Seattle Mariners joined the American League of Major League Baseball in 1977. The Mariners have experience little success in their history and are one of only two MLB franchises that have never played in the World Series. The Mariners were particularly poor in the early years of their history and went fourteen years without a winning season and eighteen years without a MLB playoffs appearance. In the late 1990s the side, led by Ken Griffey Junior, became a leading force in the American League but fell a stage before the World Series on three occasions. Since their loss in the 2001 American League Championship Series the Mariners have failed to qualify for the MLB playoffs and have had just two winning seasons in the last nine years.

Seattle Mariners Offensive Star: Michael Morse

Michael Morse was drafted in the third round of the 2000 MLB draft by the Chicago White Sox. After playing in the White Sox minor league system for a number of years he was traded to the Seattle Mariners and made his MLB debut in 2005. The early years of Morse’s career were plagued by injuries and in 2009 the Mariners traded to the Washington Nationals. In 2010 Morse finally played close to a full season and finished with a stellar average of .289. Morse continued to improve in 2011 and finished the season in the top of ten of all three major hitting statistics. After another injury plagued season Morse was traded back to the Mariners and will be looking to return his figures to those he achieved in 2011.

Seattle Mariners Defensive Star: Felix Hernandez

Felix Hernandez was signed by the Seattle Mariners as an undrafted free agent in 2002. Hernandez impressed in the minor leagues and in 2005 made his MLB debut at just nineteen years of age. The Mariners were worried about putting too much pressure on Hernandez and in his first seasons limited how many innings they would allow him to throw in a season but he was still the team’s leading pitcher. In 2007, the Mariners removed the limit but it wasn’t until 2009 that Hernandez stamped himself as an elite pitcher. He finished the season as the American League win leader and made his MLB All-Star debut. After signing a five-year contract extension Hernandez had a career year in 2010 finishing the year as the American League ERA leader and was awarded the Cy Young Award. Hernandez is clearly one of the top five pitchers in Major League Baseball and showed his greatness by throwing just the 23rd perfect game in MLB history last season. Hernandez has kept the Mariners competitive for the last three years but desperately needs more support from his offense.

Seattle Mariners Manager: Eric Wedge

Eric Wedge began his managerial career in the minor leagues in 1999 and after being named Minor League Manager of the Year was selected to become the manager of the Cleveland Indians. The Indians improved under Wedge and in 2007 he led them to their first division title since 2001 and was named American League Manager of the Year. After a disappointing season in 2009 he left the Indians but joined the Seattle Mariners for the 2011 MLB schedule. The Mariners have improved both seasons that Wedge has been in the job but they still have a great deal of work to do if they are going to qualify for the MLB playoffs for the first time since 2001.

Seattle Mariners - MLB Team Statistics

League: American
Division: West
Established: 1977
Ballpark: Safeco Field
World Series Titles: 0
League Pennants: 0
Division Titles: 3 (1995, 1997, 2001)
Playoff Appearances: 4 (1995, 1997, 2000, 2001)
Overall Record: 2664-3043
Biggest Rivals: San Francisco Giants
Manager: Eric Wedge
General Manager: Jack Zduriencik
Legenday Players: Al Davis, Edgar Martinez, Randy Johnson

Seattle Mariners Schedule - MLB 2013


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