The Seattle Mariners’ Playoff Drought – Will It Finally End?

The 70-win New York Yankees just finished a series against Seattle, the first of two short series between the teams coming off the All-star break. There are well over 50 games left in regular season play, and the Bronx Bombers are on a historic pace. A win total that may reach close to the one at the top of the record books, held by the Mariners in their 116-win 2001 season. Postseason baseball has ceased to exist in Seattle since that season, with many attempts falling just short. This isn’t the only drought the organization has faced since joining as an expansion team in 1977. It took

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