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Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Legacy of Mariners Fans?

posted by Patrick

Before we move over to the new site, I want to know what our viewers think the legacy of the typical Mariners fan is so that we can design the site with the fans in mind. We know that Yankees and Red Sox fans are known to be loud and obnoxious. We know that A's fans can be awfully annoying and they don't pack the Colisseum very much. So what defines a Mariners fan. What are we known for?

With your help, we can make sure that the new site reflects Mariner Nation!

14 comments:

Jon Shields said...

rally fries :)

Anonymous said...

Passion and dedication, dont know if that helps but thats what i think about!

Jaysen said...

"rally fries :)"

jp17 said...

An intelligent (possibly biggest) blogging community and alot of casual fans who would have trouble naming more than 10 current Mariners.

Rob T. said...

Besides this site and DOV the most pessimistic group of fans in the sports world.

zDawg said...

M's fans hold grudges as long as anyone, just ask A-Rod;

are way too nice to slacking players for too long;

and have horrible garlic breath.

Anonymous said...

Mariner fans are the type of fans that need the scoreboard to tell them when to clap.

Anonymous said...

the most hopeful pessimists in fandom ;)
and loyal

Quinn said...

the double, now playing!

brandonwazzy said...

We are somewhat refined fans...we are kind of quiet at times, but if the game is really going good, we almost get rambunctious. We love rally fries and should have a youtube video somewhere that involves putz coming into the game and the crowd going bonkers for him

Kyle R said...

Mariner Fans are/should be know for commitment I know thats what I give; and they are all known for hatin' on bavasi.
Horrible trade, and the some of the best Trades in Baseball

claude said...

We have a combo of intelligent die hards and a lot of casual no-nothings.

I agree that many "Mariner fans are the type of fans that need the scoreboard to tell them when to clap."

Brian said...

A bunch of diehard fans and a WHOLE LOT of fairweather fans (like all Seattle sports fans)...

Anonymous said...

Awesome Energy! Being at the games you can't help but feel it!
Mariners "2008" can't wait!