Seattle Mariners: November mailbag – Face of the franchise and more

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It’s the second Friday of the month, which means it’s time for the monthly Seattle Mariners mailbag. You ask the questions and our Emerald City Swagger staff answers them.

Every second Friday of the month our Emerald City Swagger contributors answer your Seattle Mariners questions. This is our November edition.

Which Mariners player would make a good WWE Superstar?

Jordan Cordano – Nelson Cruz and his big hulk like frame comes to mind at first. Ben Gamel and his long flowing locks would fit right into a WWE storyline.

Jaymin Bernhardt –  I don’t watch WWE but if I had to guess the Mariner that would make a good WWE superstar is Nelson Cruz. I mean who can remember a futuristic day where we were treated to an insane “gun show” from Cruz?

Matt Barry – Probably Ben Gamel. He has the look and personality to be a modern day WWE superstar.

Ed Stein – I’ll take Juan Nicasio, at 6’4″, 250 lbs he has the size. From lightning fast pitches to lightning fast punches. Have you ever seen some the crazy stares he gives while in his pitching motion? Vince McMahon could work with that.

Herb Nightingale – It would be either Ben Gamel with his long wavy hair or Daniel Vogelbach with his big physique.