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  • All-Time Mariners Team

    I put together a 25-man roster of all-time Seattle Mariners.Feel free to look it over and if you see one that I missed or if you want to put together your own,feel free to do so.Have fun with this one.

    C-Dan Wilson
    1B-John Olerud
    2B-Julio "Juice" Cruz
    SS-Alex Rodriguez
    3B-Jim Presley
    OF-Jay Buhner
    OF-Ken Griffey,Jr.
    OF-Ichiro Suzuki
    DH-Edgar Martinez
    SP-Randy Johnson
    SP-Mark Langston
    SP-Gaylord Perry
    SP-Jamie Moyer
    SP-Floyd Bannister
    RP-Kaz Sazaki
    RP-Bill Caudill
    RP-Mike Schooler
    RP-Edwin Nunez

    Reserves
    Alvin Davis
    Erik Hanson
    Joey Cora
    Tino Martinez
    Dan Meyer
    Harold Reynolds
    Phil Bradley

    Manager-Lou Pinella

    That's my list,now let's see your lists.

  • #2
    First off, put Edgar at 3rd base, and give a shout out to John Moses, Mike Moore, and Bruce Bochte.
    WAR? Prove it!

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    • #3
      C-Dan Wilson
      1B-John Olerud
      2B-Brett Boone
      SS-A Rod
      3B-Jim Presley
      OF- Ken Griffey
      OF-Ken Griffey,Jr.
      OF-Ichiro Suzuki
      DH-Edgar Martinez
      SP-Randy Johnson
      SP-Mark Langston
      SP-Gaylord Perry (plus a jar of vasaline!)
      SP-Jamie Moyer
      SP-Floyd Bannister
      RP-Kaz Sazaki
      RP-Shigetoshi Hasegawa
      RP-Mike Shooler
      RP-Jeff Nelson

      Reserves
      Alvin Davis
      Omar Visquel
      Joey Cora
      Tino Martinez
      Jay Buhner
      Harold Reynolds
      Phil Bradley

      Manager- Lou Pinella

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      • #4
        As much as I liked Cruz, I think Boone has to have already replaced him at second base. If not then he certainly, at least, deserves a spot on the bench.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by The Commissioner
          As much as I liked Cruz, I think Boone has to have already replaced him at second base. If not then he certainly, at least, deserves a spot on the bench.
          We're on the same page Commish.

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          • #6
            Oh, wow, I just missed seeing you post that by a few seconds before me.

            When you put that squad together, it's mighty impressive for an all-time lineup of a team that hasn't even been in existence for 30 years!!!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by The Commissioner
              Oh, wow, I just missed seeing you post that by a few seconds before me.

              When you put that squad together, it's mighty impressive for an all-time lineup of a team that hasn't even been in existence for 30 years!!!
              Exactly what I was thinking. Of course, it's nothing compared with what you could come up with for the Yankees, but it's an incredibly impressive squad for less than 3 decades.

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              • #8
                I am surprised that Danny Tarabull or Ken Phelps never got an honorable mention.
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                • #9
                  Phelps probably deserves a spot somewhere, but Tartabull only really had one full season with the ballclub.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by The Commissioner
                    Phelps probably deserves a spot somewhere, but Tartabull only really had one full season with the ballclub.
                    I'm not even sure about Phelps. He never had more than 100 hits with the Ms, or for that matter, any time during his career. But hey, if you want to replace Tino with Phelps on the list of reserves, go ahead.

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                    • #11
                      No, I'd just probably make room for Ken on the 40 man roster instead. He did put up some good HR numbers for the club, but I just don't see replacing any of those present reserves with him.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by The Commissioner
                        No, I'd just probably make room for Ken on the 40 man roster instead. He did put up some good HR numbers for the club, but I just don't see replacing any of those present reserves with him.
                        This is true. I'd put him on the 40-man.

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                        • #13
                          Orginally posted by tearforamariner

                          C-Dan Wilson
                          1B-John Olerud
                          2B-Brett Boone
                          SS-A Rod
                          3B-Jim Presley
                          OF- Ken Griffey
                          OF-Ken Griffey,Jr.
                          OF-Ichiro Suzuki
                          DH-Edgar Martinez
                          SP-Randy Johnson
                          SP-Mark Langston
                          SP-Gaylord Perry (plus a jar of vasaline!)
                          SP-Jamie Moyer
                          SP-Floyd Bannister
                          RP-Kaz Sazaki
                          RP-Shigetoshi Hasegawa
                          RP-Mike Shooler
                          RP-Jeff Nelson

                          Reserves
                          Alvin Davis
                          Omar Visquel
                          Joey Cora
                          Tino Martinez
                          Jay Buhner
                          Harold Reynolds
                          Phil Bradley

                          Manager- Lou Pinella
                          First off before I put down my list how could you put Gaylord Perry and Griffey Sr. on the list??

                          Perry on played for the M's two seasons with a 13-22 w/l record with a era over 4.60??

                          Griffey Sr. the only reason he played with the M's was to babysit Jr. Griffey Sr. played two seasons and only 51 games!?!? Come 'on

                          C-Wilson
                          1st-Davis
                          2nd-Boone
                          3rd-Presley
                          SS- A-Rod
                          OF-Buhner
                          OF-Griffey
                          OF-Ichiro
                          SP-Johnson
                          SP-Moyer
                          SP-Langston
                          SP-Bannister
                          SP-Mike Moore
                          RP-Sasaki
                          RP-Schooler
                          RP-Caudill

                          Close but no cigar:
                          Tino Martinez
                          Harold Reynolds
                          Rupert Jones
                          Bruce Botche
                          Phil Bradley
                          Omar Vizquel
                          "A ball bat is a wondrous weapon." - Ty Cobb

                          "Luck is the great stabilizer in baseball." - Tris Speaker

                          "I'd walk through hell in a gasoline suit to play baseball." - Pete Rose

                          "You wait for a strike, then you knock the #$%^ out of it." - Stan Musial

                          "GO M'S"

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Peggin_Maniac
                            First off before I put down my list how could you put Gaylord Perry and Griffey Sr. on the list??

                            Perry on played for the M's two seasons with a 13-22 w/l record with a era over 4.60??

                            Griffey Sr. the only reson he played with the M's was because of Jr.

                            C-Wilson
                            1st-Davis
                            2nd-Boone
                            3rd-Presley
                            SS- A-Rod
                            OF-Buhner
                            OF-Griffey
                            OF-Ichiro
                            SP-Johnson
                            SP-Moyer
                            SP-Langston
                            SP-Bannister
                            SP-Mike Moore
                            RP-Sasaki
                            RP-Schooler
                            RP-Caudill

                            Close but no cigar:
                            Tino Martinez
                            Harold Reynolds
                            Rupert Jones
                            Bruce Botche
                            Phil Bradley
                            Omar Vizquel
                            Okay, Okay, you're right.

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                            • #15
                              Mariners 30 year anniversary team

                              I found an old thread on google and wanted to put my 2 cents in:

                              Seattle Mariners 30 year anniversary team (25-man roster):

                              C -- Wilson, Valle

                              1B -- Davis, Olerud
                              2B -- Boone, Reynolds
                              SS -- A-Rod, Visquel
                              3B -- Martinez

                              LF -- Bradley
                              CF -- Griffey, Cameron
                              RF -- Ichiro, Buhner

                              SP -- Johnson, Moyer, Garcia, Langston, Bannister
                              RP -- Swift, Nelson, Rhodes, Charlton, Caudell, Sasaki

                              Manager -- Lou Piniella

                              Hon Men: Tino, Sexson, Bochte, Julio Cruz, Presley, MacLemore, David Bell, Beltre, Paciorek, Stan Javier, Ruppert Jones, Dave Henderson, Danny Tartabull, Willie Horton (and his one great season!), Mike Moore, Felix, Erik Hanson, Dave Fleming (and HIS one great season), Mike Schooler, Ed Vandeberg, Matt Young, Shiggy, Mike Jackson and hopefully Johjima

                              I chose Bannister over Moore and Hanson because he was a lefty w/heat. I chose him over Felix obviously because Felix is too young, I would expect Hernandez to easily make this team, though.

                              Swift had that sinker, great for the Kingdome; Schooler became an awful pitcher toward the end.

                              I figured that since A-Rod is now a third sacker and since the M's have a pretty mediocre history with third basemen, I would leave a backup off the team and take an 11th pitcher. If I had to choose a backup 3B, I'd pick Mac (because he was clutch and versatile), or Beltre (because he is their best fielder and has the most potential) as a true back-up and probably lop Omar (if I picked Mac), Rhodes or Cuffs.

                              But, what do I know?

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