Pitching is Stable, Hitting is Not
The Seattle Mariners have struggled a lot this season with scoring runs. Except, of course, on the road where they’ve exploded for some huge games.
That’s always been the Mariner’s MO. Pitch first, bat second. Is it by design, or coincidence?
It’s no shocking truth to hear that the Mariner’s play in a pitchers park.
Everyone knows that, in fact it’s a bit of a sore subject with Seattle fans—for it’s believed to be one reason Ken Griffey Jr. left is because he wanted to be in a hitter’s park.