RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Justin Smoak

A collection of news and information related to Justin Smoak published by this site and its partners.

Top Justin Smoak Articles

Displaying items 67-77
  • Controversy Surrounds Mariners 1-0 Loss

    Controversy Surrounds Mariners 1-0 Loss
    By now, you have to be feeling pretty sympathetic for Doug Fister. The Seattle righty has been stellar this season with a 3.18 ERA, but has the lowest run support average in the AL, at 2.37. And unfortunately for Fister and the Mariners, it was more...
  • Beavan Shines in Debut, Mariners Beat Padres 3-1

    Beavan Shines in Debut, Mariners Beat Padres 3-1
    Seattle starters are on a record-setting pace this season, and currently lead the American League with a combined 3.14 ERA.  Welcome to the club, Blake Beavan.  Beavan, who was called up from Triple-A Tacoma on Saturday to start in place of injured...
  • Angels Use Long Ball to Defeat Mariners, 4-3

    Angels Use Long Ball to Defeat Mariners, 4-3
    When his second pitch of the game was sent sailing over the right-field fence by Angels shortstop Erick Aybar, it was easy to wonder if Blake Beavan might be in for a rude awakening in his second Major League start. But the big Mariners rookie right-...
  • An obituary for the Mariners chances of a division title (Commentary)

    An obituary for the Mariners chances of a division title (Commentary)
    It’s with heavy hearts that tonight we lay the Mariners hopes of a divisional championship this year to rest.   It’s obviously not easy for any of us. It was with unexpected joy that we watched this team sniff chances at first place.   But...
  • A's Smoked by Smoak, Mariners 10-2

    A's Smoked by Smoak, Mariners 10-2
    Justin Smoak launched his first home run of the spring and Dustin Ackley ripped a triple as the Mariners got some offense from their top young prospects en route to a 10-2 victory over the A's on Saturday in Cactus League play. Smoak, who had been...
  • Introducing your 2012 Mariners...commercials

    Introducing your 2012 Mariners...commercials
    Expectations might not be the highest for the 2012 Seattle Mariners, but expectations are always high for the team's commercials. This year, Larry Bernandez returns (sort of), Justin Smoak does his own version of logging, and Ichiro channels his inner...
  • Putting their faith in Montero

    PEORIA, Ariz. — Jack Zduriencik had a fitful night's sleep in the hours before making a trade that could have a major impact on two franchises for many years to come. "It was (3 a.m.) and I'm lying on my back, staring at the ceiling and wondering...
  • Mariners miss out on sweep, fall to A's 4-1

    Mariners miss out on sweep, fall to A's 4-1
    Jason Vargas brought his best stuff to the Tokyo Dome, but could not get the run support from The Mariners' offense. Vargas left the game with one out in the seventh inning as the Mariners were clinging to a 1-0 lead. Relief pitcher Shawn Kelley then...
  • Mariners Bats Come Alive, Hang on for Sweep in Oakland

    Mariners Bats Come Alive, Hang on for Sweep in Oakland
    It took 11 days over two continents a half-world apart, but the Mariners found their offense against the A's this weekend, with an 8-7 victory Saturday that completed a two-game series sweep. Felix Hernandez was the beneficiary of the latest Mariners...
  • Texas Rangers blow out Mariners, 11-5

    Texas Rangers blow out Mariners, 11-5
    A game that was supposed to be all about Yu Darvish's pitching debut instead turned into a reminder of the Rangers' potent offense as Texas topped the Mariners, 11-5, on Monday at Rangers Ballpark. Seattle jumped on Darvish for four runs in the first...
  • Lights Go Out for M's Offense, Shutout by Rangers

    Lights Go Out for M's Offense, Shutout by Rangers
    Mariners pitcher Blake Beavan has watched hundreds of games at the Ballpark in Arlington, having grown up 25 minutes away in Irving, Texas. But he couldn't recall if he'd ever seen a 1-0 contest. That's understandable, given there had been only nine...