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Name: Lookout Landing
Description: A Mariners Site.
URL: http://www.lookoutlanding.com
RSS Feeds: Seattle Mariners - http://www.lookoutlanding.com/rss/index.rdf
Related Team(s): Mariners
Related Sports(s): Baseball
Date Added: 2005-02-16 15:46:20
Recent Entries (past three days) | All Entries

Mariners add RHP Caleb Cotham to the reliever pile

“Put him right over there with the rest, perfect, thanks.” Spring Training is a time for many established players to get back in the swing of things, but for fringe players, or those who are coming off injury, it’s a crucial time to c...

Leonys Martin Reports To Camp

Welcome home, Martin. Yesterday Leonys Martin finally reported to camp. He had been excused for the first few days in order to testify in the federal trial of Bartolo Hernandez and Julio Estrada, who were allegedly involved in smuggling mul...

Why Jerry Signed Marc Rzepczynski

Hint: He’s pretty good against lefties. When the Mariners signed Marc Rzepczynski (aka Scrabble) this offseason, many fans were wary of his contr...

(In)Effectively Wild: Spring Training Performances of Former Mariners

We take a look at some of the most interesting Mariners’ spring training performances of the past 10 years While it may be cold and drizzly in Seattle, in Arizona, spring training is just heating up. Mariners fans are elated ...

40 in 40: Robinson Canó

Robinson Canó is the leader the Mariners have desperately needed Ever since I became editor of Lookout Landing, I have been thinking a lot about teaching and leadership. What does it mean to be a great teacher? What does good leadership lo...

What stats to pay attention to during Spring Training

Spring training stats don’t matter, until they do. Spring training is now in full swing and in just a few days, the real (fake) games begin! As the Cactus League starts up, a familiar mantra will begin to reemerge: “Spring training sta...

Mariners Moose Tracks, 2/23/17: Leonys Martin, Matt Schoemaker, and David Attenborough

Some links to hold you over as Spring Training inches nearer. Good morning, everybody! We’re just two days away from baseball being back (kind of). Then we can spend another month wishing for baseball to really be back. Until then, there...

Thyago Vieira is Fun to Watch

That fastball...oh boy. Let’s play a game. It’s called “How Bad Do You Feel For Hitters Facing Thyago Vieira?”

Beginner’s Guide To Scouting: Hitters

This series might not make you smarter, but it will make you FEEL smarter, and that’s all that matters, right? Welcome back to LL’s series on basic, basic, kindergarten-level scouting.

40 in 40: Marc Rzepczynski

Scrabble will help the bullpen, sure, but he’s still a bit of a strange acquisition. Multiple things confuse me about Marc Rzepczynski. For starters, there’s the obvious matter of his alphabet-soup...

Let’s look at the Mariners pitching depth

The dust has settled and potential spot starters are everywhere One of the bigger storylines that emerged from this offseason was how heavily Jerry Dipoto addressed the issue of starting pitching depth. The Mariners are f...

Mariners Moose Tracks, 2/22/17: Intentional Walks, Ichiro, and Mo’ne Davis

Hump DAAAAAAY!! Good morning everyone! The biggest news to come out yesterday was that Major League Baseball will no longer require four balls to be thrown for an intention...


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