Seattle Mariners: September mailbag – Seager, stolen bases, and mayochup

HOUSTON, TX - AUGUST 09: Mitch Haniger #17 of the Seattle Mariners receives a high five from Denard Span #4 after hitting a home run in the first inning against the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park on August 9, 2018 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)
HOUSTON, TX - AUGUST 09: Mitch Haniger #17 of the Seattle Mariners receives a high five from Denard Span #4 after hitting a home run in the first inning against the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park on August 9, 2018 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images) /
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4) Heinz wants me to vote on Twitter if I want Mayochup in Seattle, I don’t know. What do you think?

Jordan Cordano –   Mayochup? For one that is a horrible name. I prefer something like Keyo, easier to say and sounds decent. I like Ketchup and Mayo on my burgers and hot dogs so I could dig it!

Herb Nightingale – To be honest, this is the first I have heard about Mayochup. However, I have mixed mayonnaise and ketchup together myself on a few occasions, so why not. It reminds me of the thousand islands dressing which I enjoy very much. The question I have is, will they serve it at Safeco Field and Century Link if available in Seattle? So I go for a yes on Mayochup.

Matt Barry – With all of the many condiments and dressings out there today, I think we can all do without Mayochup. The name itself is terrible. Don’t get me wrong, I will put ketchup and mayo on a burger. However, Seattle does not need it bottled.

Jaymin Bernhardt – I love myself some ketchup. I’ll use it on most everything which might be a bit of an issue. However, I don’t use mayo on many things. So, it wouldn’t be utilized to its full extent. They absolutely need to be kept separate.

Ed Stein – I’m going to try not to be political with my answer, but it’s very hard. I support many things, for example, I consider myself pro-natural turf, pro-pitchers hitting for themselves, pro-mustard AND pro ketchup. I am however firmly in the anti-mayo camp. I don’t like it.

BTW, any of you reading this who thought they weren’t cut out for a career in marketing, should think again. Someone at Heinz actually gets paid for coming with a name like Mayochup.