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 Post subject: Re: Tension in the Mariners front office
 Post Posted: Wed Dec 11, 2013 9:07 am 
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@Ken_Rosenthal: Just saw David Price's agent, Bo McKinnis. Asked if Price would consider extension with #Mariners. Said no.

Well that's that lol.

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 Post subject: Re: Tension in the Mariners front office
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@Ken_Rosenthal: Just saw David Price's agent, Bo McKinnis. Asked if Price would consider extension with #Mariners. Said no.

Well that's that lol.


which is good for this club...


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 Post subject: Re: Tension in the Mariners front office
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Uncle Si wrote:
dontbelikethat wrote:
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@Ken_Rosenthal: Just saw David Price's agent, Bo McKinnis. Asked if Price would consider extension with #Mariners. Said no.

Well that's that lol.


which is good for this club...


Any deal for him would have included Tijuan. No deal.


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 Post subject: Re: Tension in the Mariners front office
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Uncle Si wrote:
dontbelikethat wrote:
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@Ken_Rosenthal: Just saw David Price's agent, Bo McKinnis. Asked if Price would consider extension with #Mariners. Said no.

Well that's that lol.


which is good for this club...


Any deal for him would have included Tijuan. No deal.


exactly


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 Post subject: Re: Tension in the Mariners front office
 Post Posted: Wed Dec 11, 2013 11:13 am 
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@JonHeymanCBS "taijuan walker looks untouchable, but mariners will consider trading top positional prospects for price, maybe even zunino"


Posted a while back, but I think it was obvious when a deal didn't get done for Price. Rays would've definitely taken a deal for Walker and a little more.

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 Post subject: Re: Tension in the Mariners front office
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Free agent first baseman/outfielder Corey Hart is headed to Seattle to provide Robinson Cano protection in the batting order, as he has agreed to sign a one-year deal with the Mariners, according to Jon Heyman.

http://www.cbssports.com/mlb/eye-on-bas ... h-mariners

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 Post subject: Re: Tension in the Mariners front office
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No trading Tajuan. There is always going for the Japanese pitcher especially since they changed the posting system today.

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 Post subject: Re: Tension in the Mariners front office
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ok so I don't pretend to follow the Mariners anymore, although I did tirelessly when I was a kid living in auburn, but could all of the problems in the front office come from having an owner who never watched a baseball game that the Mariners played?

I'm not trying to ruin his memory, as the man clearly helped to save Seattle baseball, but it seems like so many other owners have their hands and eyes in all sorts of baseball operations, and here we have an obvious problem showing consistently, but there's no one above these guys to step in and make the necessary changes or at least put the fear of God in these guys to make things right.


Just a thought. Feel free to rip it to shreds now.


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