Thursday, September 12, 2013

Reaction Roundup: Sweeping Seattle

Seattle Times
How are GM Jack Zduriencik and manager Eric Wedge supposed to survive this?
The Mariners just got swept three straight by the Houston Astros, far and away the worst team in major league baseball. They were outscored 25-7 and played in front of crowds announced ranging from 9,800 or so to 11,656 tonight. Those are the announced crowds. There wasn’t much of a line for garlic fries tonight.

Lookout Landing:
God, you guys. This team.  They are so bad.

SoDo Mojo:
Getting blown out by the Houston Astros is downright embarrassing…how did this even happen? Seriously, the Astros? As I write this, the M’s are continuing to lose to Houston, and are on the verge of getting swept by the worst team in the AL. The season is in its twilight, and we’re all getting pretty sick of poor September showings from the Mariners, but seriously, the Astros?

 

3 comments:

AGirlintheSouth said...

Well, the Seattle Times needs to look around. The Astros are not "far and away the worst team in major league baseball."

Astros - 50-96
Marlins - 54-90
Mariners- 65-81

Hey dude, Miami is pretty much just as bad as Houston and your Mariners have only won 15 more games than Houston...just saying.

Houston's bad, absolutely, but let's not all pretend like they're camped out the basement with no friends hanging out close by.

Lyle said...

Astros master plan to dominate the next quarter-century of American League baseball is slowly taking shape.

Huzza for Houston!

Anonymous said...

It is known.