American baseball player and manager
Salk is happy to see Scott Servais got his 500th win as the Mariners manager, but is ready for the day when the team locks in, beats bad teams, takes advantage of bad pitching & starts to look playoff ready. Maura takes us 'Around the Weekend' to recap the full Mariners series against the Rangers, some Seahawks highlights/lowlights from the preseason game in Pittsburgh and Salk thinks the QB play was "ok," but the praise should go to the offensive line w/ their impressive debut. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Seahawks defensive back Marquise Blair joins Dave and Bob live at training camp to discuss his rehab process and what it feels like to return from an injury. Blair also describes how the Seahawks defense is different from what he has played in before and what people can expect from the secondary this season. Later, Dave and Bob analyze when Julio Rodriguez will be back in the Mariners lineup after hearing the latest update from Scott Servais.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
When can we expect Julio back in the lineup? What's the latest with Jesse Winker? The Skipper joins Bump, Stacy, and Shannon Drayer for the Scott Servais Show. Rick Rizzs stops by to discuss the Mariners up and down start to the season's second half.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Stacy Rost (Bump & Stacy, 10a-2p) attended the Seahawks mock game on Saturday and discusses what she saw and updates Salk on the quarterback play. Salk is concerned with Scott Servais' update on Julio's wrist and begs them not to rush Julio back, but who will be sent down when Moore and Julio return? Salk says it's Kelenic before sharing an inspiring story about injuring his hand as a child 32 years ago today. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Salk loves what he saw from Luis Castillo and plays the clip of Scott Servais saing it's like having "vintage Felix." Salk wonders if this take some pressure off of Robbie Ray? Salk shifts the conversation to Seahawks football with Michael Bumpus (Bump & Stacy, 10a-2p) to hear updates on what he's been watching from training camp the last week+ and shares couple names that have stuck out to him. Brock Huard makes his daily appearance to discuss Luis Castillo and the bad job of umpires.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It's a trade deadline day edition of The Dugout! Bump and Stacy are joined by M's manager Scott Servais, broadcaster Aaron Goldsmith, and Insider Shannon Drayer all stop by in the hour.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Scott Servais Show, Reaction to Servais and MLB Headlines// Dave Sims // What makes the Mariners a playoff team, and what's still missing from being a contender See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the third hour, Dick Fain chats with Corey Brock of The Athletic about the Mariners being swept by the Astros and major injuries ongoing, then Dick and Jackson listen and react to Scott Servais' pregame press conference before discussing potential M's deals.
Bump and Stacy start Tuesday's last hour with another edition of The Dugout! M's skipper Scott Servais stops by to break down his team's 8-game win streak as well as the injustice of Ty France's All-Star snub. The voice of the Mariners, Rick Rizzs, and also Shannon Drayer stop by in the hour. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The M's have won 8 straight and 16 of their last 19. Scott Servais highlighted the differences between this year's team and last post game. Salk says this is starting to look like the team we expected heading into the season. Plus, we go Around the Weekend in sports. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tuesday's second hour starts with The Dugout as the Mariners play an early game. Scott Servais dials in to the show for his weekly interview. What's it like getting to manage a phenom like Julio Rodriguez? He shares with Bump & Stacy. M's Insider Shannon Drayer and Brandon Gustafson of SeattleSports.com round out the hour. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Salk is excited for Friday & the July 4th holiday this weekend plus another good Mariners win and as Scott Servais says - "it's so much more fun when you're winning." Mariners now find themselves 4.5 games back with 3 left against Oakland before a final road trip to go until the All-Star break. We revisit the Jerry Dipoto Show to hear his praise for the past 10 games and how he sees Julio, Salk then teases his one-on-one interview w/ Jarred Kelenic. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bret Boone joins Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain to talk about the fight with the Angels on Sunday and where it leaves them, playing well overall right now, Scott Servais' job as Manager, beating up on poor teams, how good Julio Rodriguez is, and Cal Raleigh.
Chris Townsend, Ken Korach, Vince Cotroneo and Jessica Kleinschmidt preview game one of the A's and Mariners from Seattle. They were joined by Mark Kotsay, Scott Servais, Brodie Brazil, Dave Sims and Bryan Johansen of Last Dive Bar Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We wrap up our Seahawks One Series with help from our listeners to preview wide receiver, Tyler Lockett. The Skipper of your Seattle Mariners joins the show and says he could've used Bucky's help in the bottom of that pile. We wrap up with One Last Thing!
Brandon sifts through all the positive injury news in Mariners land, reacts to pizzagate, welcomes Carlos Santana back to his rightful home, and articulates the stakes of the next six games. Notes:Jomboy's fight breakdownBald-ass Mitch Haniger
In the third hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain chat with Brandon Huffman of 247 Sports about the big weekend for Washington Huskies recruiting, then the guys listen and react to Scott Servais' pre-game press conference today before more Mariners talk.
How will the Mariners weather the wave of suspensions that have stemmed from their brawl on Sunday? What did Scott Servais make of getting caught up in the tussle? He joins Bump, Stacy, and Shannon Drayer to start Tuesday's edition of The Dugout. Also in the hour, Rick Rizzs stops by to share why the Angels' actions on Sunday set him off. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The first Mariners fight in over a decade has Salk frothing at the mouth to talk about it and outline his 36,893 step plan for why he hates the Angels organization. Marco Gonzalez called them "classless" and Scott Servais said they showed us "who they are." Mariners Insider Shannon Drayer joins Salk to share what she saw first-hand and discussed potential suspensions. Brock Huard joins Salk after a week off and addresses the new Baker Mayfield rumor. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Salk has “settled the biggest Seattle sports debate” and by referencing quotes, sound and other evidence as to why Jimmy G is the definitive best choice at QB for the Seahawks in 2022. Salk plays some of Jerry Dipoto's comments about his relationship with Scott Servais and explains that (although it may not look/feel like this to some M's fans) this is how good organizations work. Our last day with Robert Turbin (filling in for Brock Huard) covers the some of the comments that Salk used to support his argument for Jimmy G. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hello Seattle Mariners fans! We have been away, and ill, as two of our fearless podcast hosts have come down with the ‘Rona over the past week. We collectively remind everyone to get boosted if you can, mask up, stay healthy, because being sick is neither fun nor fiscally beneficial. In the interim, the Mariners finished off a good stretch of play by dropping a series to the Angels in pitiful fashion. There has been real anger and discontent amongst the fan base, and whispers for change (read: firings) have grown louder as the team has tumbled. Kate digs into her article about the Mariners leadership and the persistent faith we have in Scott Servais as a manager. We touch on Abe Toro, Jesse Winker and some of the other Mariners who have most underperformed so far, and perhaps what can be done about it. We try to understand just where we are, how we got here, and what a path forward looks like. Full disclosure, this is a deeply sober podcast, reflective of some tangible disappointment with the team. Yet even in the darkest hours, there remain reasons for true and honest optimism: Taylor Trammel's hitting, Cal's hitting, Julio's everything, Logan's command, George's entourage. Baseball is a marathon, not a sprint and there are miles left to run. Are the Mariners still “in it”? Not reasonably, no, but they remain one of the youngest teams in the league with more baseball in front of them than behind. Last year Ryan Divish was on the podcast about this time and the parallels were made between the 1995 and 2021 Mariners squads. If that was the case, 2022 has some resemblance to the step back of 1996 before the team truly came into its own in 1997. Development is rarely linear, and in the midst of this current struggle, it is important to recognize how far we have come as a team, an organization and a fan base. If Cal Raleigh can hit anything is possible. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
After the Jerry Dipoto Show, Salk focuses on two things he heard Jerry say - 1. The relationship he has with Scott Servais and how it's improved this season, and 2. What their intentions are for this year's trade deadline. Salk still believes in the need for a veteran position player who can still contribute with his bat. Revisiting the Robert Turbin conversation to hear him disagree with Salk's assessment of Pete Carroll's philosophy of competition and desires for the QB position. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Salk isn't sure what to believe about Corbin Smith's piece in SportsIllustrated regarding Russell Wilson & who forced the exit of Brian Schottenheimer because it only has one source. At the end of the day, the biggest takeaway is the hard feelings are going to be around for a while. And that both sides will be sniping and denying. Seattle Sports legend Dave "The Groz" Grosby joins Salk to address his tweets calling for a change w/ the Mariners - specifically Scott Servais. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the first hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain talk about the LIV Tour, the Mariners leadership situation, chat with David Samson of CBS about what the M's should do with Scott Servais and Jerry Dipoto at this point, then the guys reaction to that conversation.
David Samson, former Miami Marlins Executive now with CBS Sports, on the Seattle Mariners leadership structure right now, if the team needs to make a move with Jerry Dipoto and Scott Servais at this point, and who would take over if any moves are made.
Puck is 100% sure Jim jinxed him when the duo discussed who's vehicle is worth more as Puck couldn't get his Westfalia to start... The Mariners handle business against the Oakland A's, which leads to Puck responding to comments from Furness and Shockey about not fully understanding that after 8 years of losing, should Scott Servais and Jerry Dipoto still be with the organization?
The Mariners are scuffling, so how will they rebound from a tough homestand? Michael and Stacy are joined by the Skipper, Scott Servais to begin The Dugout. M's Insider Shannon Drayer stops by in the hour and Tuesday's final hour rounds out with a conversation with Dave Sims. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 51: The Seattle Mariners enter their most important week of the 2022 season. The M's are coming off a dreadful homestand featuring a speechless five home run outing from Mike Trout, bullpen struggles and the million dollar question: Why can't the Mariners capitalize with runners in scoring position? Max, Zweifel and Sobba give their take on if the Mariners should make some changes which starts with Scott Servais' future.
Is the criticism of Jerry Dipoto and Scott Servais valid? How do we fix what's going on with the Mariners? Today we discuss Jamal Adams in the One Series, so let's preview. Time to hand out another Green Jacket, this time, it's for the US Open.
Puck and Jim open the phone lines for Mariners fans to share how they're feeling about this team, should Scott Servais and Jerry Dipoto be fired? We also have voicemails from listeners, and we wrap the hour with Tweet of the day.
Corey Brock, reporter for the Seattle Mariners with The Athletic stops by to discuss what has happened to the Mariners, how important is this 18 game stretch, if things spiral out of control is this it for Jerry Dipoto and Scott Servais, plus much more.
In the first hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain talk about Sue Bird announcing today that this is her last season, the World Cup coming to Seattle in 2026, chat with Bonta Hill of 95.7 The Game about the Golden State Warriors being on the brink of another NBA Championship tonight, then discuss Scott Servais' decisions in the lineup tonight.
How real is competition in the NFL? The story about Washington Commanders QB Taylor Heinicke not being given a fair chance due to the amount of money being paid to Carson Wentz. Salk explains the text argument he got into with Brady Henderson (ESPN) regarding Seahawks QB options before talking to Mariners broadcaster Aaron Goldsmith - does Goldy think Scott Servais deserves blame? Brock Huard joins the show to expand on the conversation about how long it would take for a new QB addition to be game-ready. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the third hour, Softy and Dick chat with Jon Wilner of The San Jose Mercury News about transfers involving the University of Washington and more Pac-12 topics, then the guys discuss a poll earlier in the show about Scott Servais and Jerry Dipoto before Seattle Sounders FC General Manager Garth Lagerwey sits down at Jimmy's on First.
MLB's Mariners beat writer, Daniel Kramer, joins Dave and Bob to assess where the Mariners stand after a competitive series, albeit a losing one, against the Red Sox. Kramer also shares the latest from Scott Servais on Mitch Haniger and Kyle Lewis's status and discusses what is going on with Jarred Kelenic at Triple-A Tacoma. Later, Dave and Bob discuss whether we're the last outing from Robbie Ray is sustainable and dive into an intriguing quarterback option for the Seahawks. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Curtis Crabtree, sports digital content creator/ reporter for Fox Sports Seattle to talk about all things Seahawks. Jim Bowden, former MLB GM was on with Puck and Jim yesterday and shared his thoughts about the Mariners and how it's time to win. Puck replays the audio, and takes callers and is curious if the Mariners don't make the post-season this year, should the Mariners move on from Scott Servais?
After a decade of watching Russell Wilson in Seahawks OTAs and training camps, Mike Salk watched a minicamp practice with Geno Smith and Drew Lock under center. Did he see enough to give him hope in the Hawks' 2022 prospects? Listen for more in-person breakdowns of the new players at Seahawks mandatory minicamp. Scott Servais nearly got in a fight against the Astros. Jokes aside, are there more encouraging signs from that faceoff that could impact the Mariners' playoff hopes? Bounce around some major national headlines in sports at the end of the episode, including Aaron Donald's record-breaking contract, ugly updates on Deshaun Watson, big-name golfers leaving the PGA tour for the controversial LIV and the NHL playoffs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
DK Metcalf's not being at minicamp doesn't alarm Salk but it could turn that way if a deal doesn't get done soon. Maura and Justin still think it's a weird departure from his other behavior. ESPN MLB Insider Jeff Passan makes his weekly appearance to discuss how the Mariners have fared and what team he has now cursed. Brock Huard asks Salk about the minicamp observations and reaction to Scott Servais' ejection on Monday night. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
FIGHT! Salk was fired up to see Scott Servais mad vs just protecting players, but where did it start? And what happens next? Julio and his sense of the moment - does it foretell the future? Tuesdays "Take the L" covers Dusty Baker & Hector Neris, Phillies 3rd baseman Alec Bohm, and Draymond Green's attempted de-pants of Jaylen Brown. Brock Huard addresses how poorly Robbie Ray's pitching has been lately and what it's like being in a fight with your brothers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Joe Girardi got fired by the Philadelphia Phillies on Friday after the team spent big bucks and got disappointing results. Millard Thomas of Locked on Diamondbacks joins Sully to discuss that firing and wondering if Tony LaRussa of the White Sox, Joe Maddon of the Angels or Scott Servais of the Mariners will soon follow suit. Follow Millard on Twitter @creatorthomas24 Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. LinkedIn LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Did you know every week, nearly 40 million job seekers visit LinkedIn? Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/LOCKEDONMLB. Blue Nile Make your moment sparkle with jewelry from Bluenile.com, and LOCKED ON SPORTS listeners get $50 off purchases of $500 or more using code LOCKEDON. Athletic Greens To make it easy, Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/MLBNETWORK Find Every MLB Team Covered: https://linktr.ee/lockedonmlb #MLB #Baseball #WorldSeries Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jake and Stacy are joined by the Skipper for another edition of The Scott Servais Show to start hour four. What worked and what didn't in the Mariners' series win over the Astros? He explains. Dave Sims and Shannon Drayer round out the hour and Shannon gives an update on why Kyle Lewis has been out of the lineup for consecutive games. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the third hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain listen and react to Scott Servais talking after another Mariners loss and lost series against Oakland at home today, talk about which of the current losing teams in Seattle have the best and worst chance of turning around, plus the POS Board's vote on the Mariners.
Dave and Bob discuss Julio Rodriguez's breakout month and what his emergence as a reliable bat means for the Mariners lineup. Plus, Scott Servais announces that Kyle Lewis will be in the starting lineup, and the guys analyze what to expect from the former Rookie of the Year. Later, Dave and Bob weigh in on a potential new role for LJ Collier in the Seahawks defense. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jake and Stacy start off Tuesday's edition of The Dugout getting some breaking news regarding Kyle Lewis' return to the Mariners from Scott Servais himself. Later in the hour, Rick Rizzs swings by for a visit. How can the M's build off of Monday's win? Rizzs gives his take. Brandon Gustafson of SeattleSports.com visits in studio with Jake and Stacy to share his concern with the Mariners' pitching staff as of late. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Salk can't bring himself to get mad about the Mariners weekend because it wasn't frustrating or anger-inducing, it went past that: it was sad, painful and frankly, embarrassing. What should Dipoto have done differently and what role Scott Servais has played? Salk asks Mariners Insider Shannon Drayer to explain what happened and how it can turn. Brock Huard joins to discuss Seahawks OTA practice, the signing of WR Marquise Goodwin and a preview of the Body Show. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.