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MARINERS: Don’t give up on struggling team

Letter by Doris A. Berthiaume, Tacoma on April 26, 2012 at 9:00 am with 5 Comments »
April 26, 2012 9:34 am

Re: “Team’s disappointing – again” (letter, 4-25).

I have been a fan of the Mariners for 17 years. Winning is great, but I’m still a fan when they lose or struggle with new players.

I will continue to enjoy the ups and downs of the Mariners. The players all strive to do well and win. We fans just need to watch and support them, especially since we are only three weeks into a six-month season.

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  1. Frankenchrist says:

    Clean out the front office and maybe the M’s will someday be contenders. Meanwhile, the Rainiers will get my money.

  2. The only way the Mariners will be a real baseball team is if Bill Gates would purchase the team. Until then they will have high school level players, sub-standard season for decades to come.

  3. Frankenchrist says:

    Paul Allen purchased the Seahawks and they are still a crappy team.

  4. Yes, but the Hawks made it to the big dance, Mariners been to the World Series?

  5. If the Mariners want to win, they’ve got to spend some money. This bargain basement team is sure to maximize profits for the owners but they’ll never get anywhere near the World Series. Thank God I’m a Yankees fan. Now those guys know how to buy a baseball team. Spend big – win big. Oh yeah, and then charge outrageous prices for tickets. Three decent seats to a Yankee game in the new stadium – $350. Ouch.

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