Podcast: The Mariners “Swept” the Yankees?

Matthew Carruth · May 5, 2014 at 10:55 am · Filed Under Mariners 

Monday morning podcast(s) continues/begins.

We are sorry for needlessly arguing about the semantics of a sweep. We are sorry for offering you the chance to listen to that. We are sorry for everything. Sorry.

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6 Responses to “Podcast: The Mariners “Swept” the Yankees?”

  1. Vortex on May 5th, 2014 2:05 pm

    All the “sorry’s” makes you sound Canadian.

  2. stuart on May 5th, 2014 2:56 pm

    I just have to say, Rodney definitely shot his arrow after that lucky save against the Rangers when Smoak caught the ball.

  3. californiamariner on May 5th, 2014 4:02 pm

    Jones is a lefty, because of course he is, the team could use another one.

  4. Edgar Suzuki Jr. on May 5th, 2014 4:43 pm

    Austin Wilson needs to hurry up and get better, we need your right- handed power…

  5. colinokeefe on May 6th, 2014 12:56 pm

    Fernando Rodney *definitely* did the bow and arrow after the game Smoak saved. Was at the game and, initially, I thought he started it before Smoak even stepped on first. Not quite, but it wasn’t more than a second afterwards.

  6. henryv on May 6th, 2014 9:28 pm

    First off, let me say THANK YOU. I spend about two hours mowing each week, and your podcast makes me so happy. (I do admittedly follow it with a broadcast of Star Talk to finish off the yard.) I will ecstatically throw some more money your way, so if nothing else, it slightly increases the chances that you do more.

    Second, I think that you guys should have some sponsors. Maybe specifically Mariners sponsors. Maybe actual Mariners. Do you think WFB would pay $100 for a spot where Jeff reads “This segment was brought to you be Willie Bloomquist. Willie Bloomquist: At least he’s not Yuni.” Or perhaps Matthew reading a spot sponsored by third base coach Rich Donnelly. “Rich Donnelly wants to personally apologize for sending Mike Zunino from first to third with two outs on a line drive to left field. It was a momentary lapse of judgement, and it won’t happen again. Rich Donnelly so sorry.”

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