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I have an idea what to do about the bullpen, napalm.

After his Mariners relief pitchers blew another lead late in the 1998 season

Stanley Wilson Williams
Seattle Mariners
Pitching Coach

I was a nervous wreck out there. Swear to God. I felt like I was in the presence of the president.

After hitting a double and winding up standing next to Baltimore's Cal Ripken Jr.

John Robert Marzano
Seattle Mariners

I just don't have that first-step explosion anymore.

After tripping on the dugout steps and falling face-first onto the field while trying to run out to argue a call

Louis Victor "Lou" Piniella
Seattle Mariners

Maybe we tired them out tonight and they won't come out and swing the bats tomorrow.

After losing game 3 of the American League Division Series 17-2 to the Cleveland Indians.

October 14, 2001
Louis Victor "Lou" Piniella
Seattle Mariners

Good pitches don't leave the ballpark.

Commenting on his game 5 loss in the 2001 ALDS

Aaron Sele
Seattle Mariners

Go home and check your wife, we've got a ballplayer missing.

As an outfielder for the Yankees, yelling back at hecklers in the stands

Louis Victor "Lou" Piniella
Seattle Mariners

It was going to go into the record book, regardless, as the biggest comeback ever, and the biggest choke ever. Man, they spit the hook. There was a total dichotomy between the two teams. We were finding every way in the world to win, and they were finding every way in the world to lose. We were winning in the most ridiculous ways, against the best closers and starters. The were booting the ball, throwing wild pitches. We were scratching our heads and laughing.

On the 1995 AL West title race with the Angels, who had a 13-game lead reduced to a one-game playoff at the Kingdome

Jay Campbell Buhner
Seattle Mariners
a.k.a. "Bone"

A setback ain't nothin' but an opportunity for a comeback.

Harold Craig Reynolds
Seattle Mariners
Contributed by: Ray Lozano

Our pitchers aren't pitching very well and our hitters aren't hitting very well. Outside of that, we're OK.

As manager of the Cubs, after losing an early spring training game to the White Sox, 13-2

Louis Victor "Lou" Piniella
Seattle Mariners

Dave Cohn wanted to be part of the Pilots but he didn't want to put up any money. Dave Cohn was our biggest nemesis. We wouldn't let him be an officer of the club unless he bought stock. Everybody else paid for the stock. We had a rift right there. We did not do well because we didn't have the money we should have had or could have had or may have had.

Referencing the Pilots' ill-fated lone season of existence and explaining how the lack of full community backing while another group headed by restaurant owner Dave Cohn and car dealer Joe Gandy undermined the team's efforts

In a 2005 interview at the age of 80
Max Soriano
Seattle Pilots

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