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If it weren't for the lowly Pittsburgh Pirates, the Seattle Mariners would have finished with the worst record in all of Major League Baseball in 2010. With only 61 wins and 101 losses, the Mariners missed the playoffs for the ninth straight season, losing more than 100 games for the second time in three years.
The offense was mostly to blame for their ineptitude, as the team scored the fewest runs in the league by a large margin. Jack Cust and Miguel Olivo were added during the offseason to help bolster the lineup, but strength of the Mariners will be their pitching staff. Headlined by Cy Young winner Felix Hernandez, Doug Fister and Jason Vargas are also expected to play major roles, as is a hopefully healthy Erik Bedard. If all live up to expectations, the team should be much improved in 2011.
Make sure to find all your Seattle Mariners Tickets at BroadRippleTickets.com. Seattle will try to rebound from a disappointing season. After trading Cliff Lee, the Mariners will look to plug in some key players from that deal. Justin Smoak will be a key hitter in the middle lineup for the Seattle. All the young players should make for an exciting year in Washington.
What was the record of the Seattle Mariners last year? 67–95 Record
The home stadium for the Seattle Mariners is? Safeco Field
Who is the Manager of the Seattle Mariners? Eric Wedge
What year were the Seattle Mariners established? 1977
What division are the Seattle Mariners a part of? AL West Division