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Thread: How Great Will the Seattle Mariners Pen Be in 2022?

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    How Great Will the Seattle Mariners Pen Be in 2022?

    In 2021, the Mariners pen was 5th in WHIP in MLB.

    Where will they wind up this season?
    Quote Originally Posted by A Red Sox fan named Hugh View Post
    Prediction: Sox will make MAJOR move within the next 180 hours…..starting now (10:00PM Chaim Bloom Time 12/9)

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    With Trivino #6-10.

    Without Trivino #11-15

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvp 78 View Post
    In 2021, the Mariners pen was 5th in WHIP in MLB.

    Where will they wind up this season?

    Not good enough to get them to the postseason?

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    Quote Originally Posted by notin View Post
    Not good enough to get them to the postseason?
    It probably will not be a major factor or even a factor at all in them missing the playoffs, though, but it could still be better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by notin View Post
    Not good enough to get them to the postseason?
    The Seattle Mariners currently rank eighth in bullpen WHIP at 1.195:

    https://www.baseball-reference.com/l...ors/2022.shtml

    The Red Sox rank 25th.

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    Congrats harmony. The drought is over for your boys

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    Like most of America, I’m hoping for a Seattle-Milwaukee World Series. Fun historical series, as Seattle was the original home for the Brewers, then called the Pilots

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    Quote Originally Posted by notin View Post
    Like most of America, I’m hoping for a Seattle-Milwaukee World Series. Fun historical series, as Seattle was the original home for the Brewers, then called the Pilots
    I lived in Milwaukee when the Brewers began. I was about 2 block from County Stadium and remember $1 bleacher seats.

    Tommy Harper became my favorite player, naturally, and when he was traded to the Sox, about the time my family moved to Maine, I became a Sox fan.
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