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March 13, 2012 at 10:12 AM

Mariners debut 2012 TV commercials

The Mariners have today released their five commercials that are part of their official 2012 TV Campaign. You can read the Mariner release about it here.
You can access them all here.
The five are titled:
Timber (Justin Smoak takes matters into his own hands to get his own lumber for his bat);
Nobody’s Perfect (Felix Hernandez tries his hand at ventriloquism with only middling success);
Mickey Loves You (an impersonator of Mickey, the trainer from Rocky, tries to win over a reluctant new client, Dustin Ackley);
A Seattle Welcome (newcomer Jesus Montero is initiated by teammates Jason Vargas and Brandon League in typical Seattle fashion);
— and Impressions (Brendan Ryan is unable to impress his teammates with his impressions as well as Ichiro).
My favorite is probably Mickey Loves You, though being of that age I’m a big fan of the original Rocky movie (and the outtake in which the hen proved unwilling to run was pretty funny, as well).
Below is a clip of the commercials:
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Comments | Topics: Brendan Ryan, Jesus Montero

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