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The Mariners 2004 TV ads
Joel Piñeiro and Rafael Soriano adopt a puppy, Edgar Martinez has another lighting project, the Moose tries to teach Scott Spiezio how to bluff in clubhouse card games, and there is suddenly an unexpected need for the services of a Midwestern translator for post-game interviews. All that and more highlights the Seattle Mariners 2004 TV advertising campaign.

This year's batch of TV commercials includes seven 30-second spots that feature 19 players, pitching coach Bryan Price, third base coach Dave Myers and manager Bob Melvin. The campaign also introduces a new tag line for the 2004 season: "Mariners Baseball. Get all of it."

When you're finished, don't forget to take a look back at some of Edgar's greatest hits...

Autograph
We all know that Ichiro has a great arm and lots of fans all over the Northwest. This spot shows how Ichi uses his own version of "air mail" to thank fans for their support of the Mariners.

Translation
With so many players from all over the world in the big leagues, sometimes it's important to have an interpreter in the clubhouse so nothing gets lost in translation.... even if you're from Spiro, Oklahoma.


Latte
Bob Melvin, third base coach Dave Myers and left fielder Raul Ibanez get their signals crossed due to Raul's rediscovered love for the Seattle coffee scene.

Clapper
Everyone remembers "The Clapper." However, Edgar Martinez, John Olerud and Dan Wilson take this 80's pop culture device to a whole new level.


Dog
In this spot which, features Joel Piñeiro, Rafael Soriano, Julio Mateo, Rich Aurilia, Bryan Price, Randy Winn and Ben Davis, the Mariners adopt a four-legged buddy named Mojo, who brings nothing but trouble to the clubhouse.

Card Game
On those long road trips, some of the guys find relaxation in the form of a friendly clubhouse card game. However, Scott Spiezio, Jamie Moyer, Eddie Guardado and Gil Meche find out the hard way who has the best poker face in the West.


Advice
Bret Boone delivers some friendly and candid advice to an opposing infielder in a way only Boonie can...