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In Memory of Dave Niehaus

When Dave Niehaus passed away last Wednesday, so too did a large part of the Seattle Mariners.

Dave Niehaus was the Seattle Mariners, and it’s hard to imagine what the organization will be like going forward.

As long as I have lived the Seattle Mariners have been there, and Dave Niehaus has been there. He was so great because of his passion for the team. He was the ultimate Mariners fan, nobody loved that team more than Dave Niehaus did, and it was evident in every game.

I loved this man. I have been pondering over ways to put my emotions in to words, and it’s as simple as that, I love him.

The idea of Dave Niehaus no longer being with us never once entered my mind. There was the question of when he was going to retire? When would he step away from the game? But never, when would he be gone forever? We didn’t want to think about that scenario. We couldn’t imagine a life without him. As long as any of us have been Mariners fans, players and coaches come and go, the faces changed often. One face, Dave Niehaus, was always there.

He was the Seattle Mariners to me, and to many others, and we love him.

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