We still have 159 games, right?

Right? RIGHT?

I was trying to hold off on the blog until the Mariners started their winning streak but since that doesn’t seem like it’s happening anytime soon, I figure I’d give in and finally write an entry. It’s long overdue and I’ve missed this mlblogosphere and everyone in it.

Now don’t get me wrong, I am PSYCHED (I know, poor choice of vocabulary) that baseball season is underway.

9272733_420x300_mb_art_R0.jpgOpening Day
was marvelous, I couldn’t have asked for anything more. The Mariners were on the cover of ESPN, despite Cliff Lee’s placement on the DL everyone else seemed to be in tip top shape, I found a few friends to go to a sports bar with me to watch the game, I wore my new t-shirt, I had an amazing margarita and to top it all off, the Mariners won! They won against the Oakland Athletics 5-3. Ichiro got a hit (of course), Griffey had a hit, Kotchman was the MVP, Aardsma saved the game…..all in all it was a fantastic day for me.

However… (que depressing music)

That was basically the start and also end to my happy, Mariners victory days.

Will somebody please tell me (nicely) what happened to my boys?

Because it can’t possibly be that the Texas Rangers or Oakland Athletics (no less), are better than the Mariners! (I mean this in the nicest way, Rangers/A’s fans)

That’s just ludacris.

So does anyone else have any suggestions? I’m at a complete loss. It makes me want to hurl as I write this but we are looking at a 2-5 record in the face at the moment. We lost the series to the A’s and of course we lost the series to the Rangers. I honestly don’t even want to know how the Angels are doing because they can’t possibly be doing any worse than the Mariners. We are bottom and out, man.

Yes, yes I know we have 150-something games left and I should keep my chin up (blah, blah, blah) but the Mariners aren’t the Yankees, you know? They’re not really known for doing horribly the first half of the season and then magically start winning every single game post All-Star.

I’m pulling my hair out, people.

You know what? Enough negativity. I need to calm down, cross my fingers, pray to the baseball Gods and just be the #1 Mariners fan that I am.

Which brings me to great news.

splash_berry_sticks.jpgAlthough I’m a little bitter about working all day and all night today which results in not being able to attend the Mariners Opening Day, I’m happy to say that this Friday I will not only be at Safeco Field with a friend I haven’t seen in years, but I will have a Ken Griffey Jr “The Kid” bobblehead in my hand…and hopefully some garlic fries, lemonade and shishkaberries (left).

So, if any of you reading this is going to be at the Mariners game on Friday, say hi if you see me! I’m nice and I don’t bite, I promise 🙂  I’ll be sporting this:


1. The picture quality is horrible and I realize this.
2. I’m not one to take self-portraits but it had to be done.

Also, I was recently given the opportunity to write for a fan-based sports website called Fanhuddle…of course, on the Seattle Mariners section. I believe Virginia, aka Southernbelle is also a writer on Fanhuddle but for the New York Yankees. It’s a very unique sports website run and written by dedicated fans so you should check it out sometime.   

Click Here for Fanhuddle – Seattle Mariners  

Well everyone, it’s been nice and I’ll be back more often now that baseball season is happening. If anything, I’ll be sure to update with fun pictures from Friday’s game.

Until then….




  1. angelsgirl012

    Angels are having a rough start too. The A’s just beat the crud out of us and now we’re off to Yankee Stadium! Ack! Oh well there’s plenty more baseball to be played! I’m expecting a competitive AL west this year so i already have my seat belt buckled! 😉

    best of luck to your M’s this year!!! Congrats on the ESPN magazine shoots! Have you seen the clip on the espn site? Ryan Rowland Smith interviews everyone involved in the shooting and they show behind the scene stuff. It’s really hilarious :D. He asks Felix what he learned from observing him (Ryan Rowland Smith) and Felix goes “uh.. nothing” LOL

    I particularly liked the popcorn scene 😛


  2. Jane Heller

    The Yankees always start slow and usually finish strong, so don’t tear your hair out. It’s way too early to panic, and you’ve got Cliff Lee on the DL. When he comes off and starts pitching, it’ll give everybody a lift, including you!


  3. Kaybee

    I’m kind of worried about my boys too. My Padres are 3-4, which doesn’t look to bad, but we did have a huge win yesterday. I feel exactly the same way: we’re not the Yankees, and if we’re not going to win now, when will we?

  4. devilabrit

    Welcome back… geez was wonderin if you just got so much into going to the park now your back in Seattle you forgot about your blog… LOL…. Don’t you like we gave you Lee…

    Phillies Outside

  5. raysfanboy

    Nice shirt. I forgot you can customize those. I think your team is going to be awesome this year IF Lee can get healthy. How much does it suck to lose such a great pitcher as he is? He and King Felix as your 1 and 2 might be as good as any in baseball. Your guys are going to have one heck of a season!


  6. Elizabeth D

    I’m very surprised that the A’s have looked as good as they have so far, but let them have it while it lasts, right? ;). And Nelson Cruz has just been a beast for the Rangers. But fear not, I have NO doubts when it comes to the Mariners–I think they’ll win the division!

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