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A Real Cutup
Seattle Mariners Slugger Jay Buhner May Look like a Fiend, But He's Actually a Fun-loving, Fan-friendly Star with Only One Revolting Habit
So it's no wonder that Fassero thought he'ddied and gone to heaven when he was traded to the Mariners onOct. 30. After all, Seattle scored 993 runs last year, ...
The Fairest of Them All
When Mariners shortstop Alex Rodriguez looks in the mirror, he sees the best young player in baseball
The inside story of the deal, engineered by Reds G.M. Jim Bowden, that sent Ken Griffey Jr. back to Cincinnati at a bargain rate
Paradox of The Kid
Without the injuries, Ken Griffey Jr. might have been the best player of his era; so why did he seem a better fit for every era but his own?
It's Like You Never Left, Kid
Grown men reduced to tears, a rock star downloading 14-year-old playoff footage on his iPhone, an entire city falling in love all over again: Ken Griffey Jr. is back in Seattle, and, damn, it feels good
Seattle Mariners NOW OR NEVER
Sohow did the Mariners show their appreciation? General managerWoody Woodward spent much of his off-season trying to trade his34-year-old pitching star for ...
Bringing Up Junior
Young Ken Griffey Jr., son of a baseball star, is already the kind of player that candy bars are named after
The Prime Of The Ancient Mariner
Seattle's Gaylord Perry is the first pitcher in 19 years to win 300 games and, at 43, the oldest in history