When you lose 91 of 162 games in a season, there isn’t one thing that went wrong.
No, many things need to go awry to have that many losses.
To point the finger of blame at one aspect of the Seattle Mariners’ struggles this season would be foolish. Those 91 losses were a collective failure in roster construction, decision making, injuries, poor individual performance, inexperience and bad luck.
“It’s hard to narrow it down to any one thing,” third baseman…