Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Seattle Mariners have never won a World Series. In fact, They’ve never even been to a World Series. In 2001, they won the most games in MLB History, and still didn’t make it past the ALCS. But I think that’s going to change soon. The Mariners are the team of the future. First, what other teams could be the team of the future, and why they won’t be. I will not be counting teams like the Dodgers, as their dynasty has already started. PADRES: The Padres have young stars, and a top farm system. Wil Myers‘ and Eric Hosmer‘s abominations of contracts are even ending soon. So why isn’t this team the team of the future? Bad luck. The NL West is arguably the best future division in baseball. The Dodgers are the Dodgers and the Giants and Diamondbacks have top prospects waiting in the wings. This will diminish the Padres’ chances of making the playoffs. METS: The Mets could be a dynasty. There is not a lot stopping them. They have talented young guys who still have not hit their prime. My question is sustainability. Michael Conforto and Francisco Lindor are both free agents after this year. Lindor even says he won’t negotiate after opening day. If they re-sign, this could be a dynasty. But it doesn’t look like either will. BLUE JAYS: Another...Read More
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