Since 2016, I’ve written features and stories for the Mariners Magazine.
Bremerton, Washington native and longtime M talks about his new business and his memorable good-bye to baseball.
The Mariners outfielder talks about moving around a lot, his athletic family tree, and what it was like to win everyone in America a taco.
The Mariners outfielder talks about being traded in mid-season, speed, and post-season experience.
A cover story feature on Mariners reliever Edwin Diaz. Find out why he wanted to quit baseball when he was 15, the voice he can hear above the crowd at any game, and the legend he patterns his game after.
The former Mariner talks about his early days with the club, how he stays connected to the game, and his love for Pearl Jam.
Aussie native Rowland-Smith talks about the culture shock of playing in the minor leagues, his first American car, and what it’s like to eat at an Outback Steakhouse.
Part six in a series looking back at the first 40 years of the Seattle Mariners.
In this profile of the M’s 2017 bullpen, you’ll learn what the “midnight rule” is and what TV show all relievers want to avoid.
One of the most popular players in M’s history talks about being one game away from being done with baseball, and then lasting 14 more seasons. He also tells several funny Tommy Lasorda stories.
Part five in a series looking back at the first 40 years of the Seattle Mariners.
A profile of Mariners pitcher Ariel Miranda and his harrowing journey from Cuba to the Major Leagues.
Here is the inside story behind one of the funniest promotions and TV commercials in Mariners history.
Part four in a series looking back at the first 40 years of the Seattle Mariners.
One of the greatest pitchers in Mariners history discusses being on the wrong end of Luis Sojo’s famous inside-the-park home run and how much fun Dave Henderson had using a nail gun.
Part three in a series looking back at the first 40 years of the Seattle Mariners.
Part two in a series looking back at the first 40 years of the Seattle Mariners.
The former Mariner player and coach discusses why he never wanted to be a coach (and what changed his mind) and what he did with a check he mistakenly received for $10,000.
Part one in a series looking back at the first 40 years of the Seattle Mariners.
Mariners catcher Mike Zunino talks about confidence, getting through offensive struggles, and the importance of a short memory.
One of the most likable and popular Mariners ever discusses the art of stealing bases and who taught him how to do it against left-hander pitchers.
Mr. Mariner, the M’s first true star on Dave Henderson’s athletic ability, being a grandpa, and life coming full circle for Ken Griffey, Jr.
The best catcher in Mariners history on working with young players, and the difference between catching Randy Johnson and Jamie Moyer.