Pick any pitcher in the Seattle Mariners’ bullpen and you can find a number of reasons why that guy is especially likable.
Sabermetricians drool over right-hander Shawn Kelley because the man throws strikes like a machine.
The casual fan can appreciate closer Brandon Morrow’s 100-mile-per-hour fastball.
Those fans who consider themselves cultured in the arts might worship at the altar of long reliever/spot starter/occasional closer/saxophonist/novelist Miguel Batista.
But I’m different. I like Roy Corcoran.