Twas the night before Christmas, when all through Seattle Not a creature did stir, nor squeak, nor rattle The seats were placed 'round the diamond with care, In hopes that a playoff berth soon would be theirs. á The fans were nestled all snug in their beds, While visions of championships danced in their heads. This year, the team really closed up the gap And they wanted some upgrades 'neath the Mariners' caps. á An arm would be nice, as would a good batter The postseason couldnÆt be reached sans the latter. Consensus was that the MÆs should make a splash The sole question was, does the team have the cash? á The team surely wants to win badly too, so Seattle didnÆt embrace the old status quo. The MÆs are for real, of that have no fear And the club wants that message to ring loud and ...
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