All Time Best Seattle Marinerswaterboy51
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He looked better in a White Sox uniform but didn't play better in it - crazyeyes56
Griffey was a great player, but I will never forget how Alex Dias played his heart out in center field during Griffy's injury in 1995. Dias helped get the Mariners to post season that year, but was quickly dismissed when Griffy returned.
The closest to Willie Mays we've seen since Willie Mays.
Best player in M's history, no question. Always had fun playing, always gave 100%. We will never have another like him. #thekidV 1 Comment
He hits it where they ain't.
You can't get this guy out. - gocanes52
ARod should have stayed with the Mariners. After he signed with the Rangers for big bucks and started with the steroids he became a different person. The reason that he is booed by the Mariner fans is not about the money, but the fact that he enforced a letter to Boeing encouraging the company to relocate to Texas. He said, " I had to leave Seattle to make more money and you should consider leaving too. Unfortunately for ARod, his first appearance at Safeco field as a Ranger happened to be on Boeing Employee Credit Union night and the fans were livid. He remains the player that Seattle fans love to hate.
and here it was without the steroids - aman28
Ricky was exciting to watch during his time with the Mariners. He may have only been with the team for a year, but he was a legend. He also mentored many of the younger players on base stealing, extending his effectiveness as a team member. Still miss him.
Only played for them one year. - waterboy51
Pitching for mariners multi time all star, may be a hot shot, but a great player and has made a mark in the history of the seattle mariners
Mr. Mariner - mbanyas
One of the best gloves in baseball, along with an amazing swing.
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