Seattle Mariners Newsletter

 

Mariners notebook: Is there a spot for Young in 2015 rotation?

Club wants to add a pitcher before next season — but as insurance; rotation already tentatively in place

Mariners starter Chris Young, who went 12-9 with a 3.65 ERA in 2014, made just $1.25 million in base salary in Seattle.

Hernandez, Cano and Seager among finalists for AL Gold Gloves

No Mariner has won a Gold Glove since 2010

Mariners notebook: Hernandez picked as top AL pitcher by league execs

Club’s ace is only Mariner on AL all-star team, as chosen by the general managers and assistant general managers

Seattle’s ace right-hander Felix Hernandez was named to a team of American League all-stars by The Sporting News, which polled 22 AL general managers and assistant general managers in determining the team.

Mariners notebook: 2015 ticket prices again to be determined by demand

Prices generally going up (with some exceptions); Also Jordy Lara makes a splash in his winter-ball debut in the Dominican Republic

Mariners’ Young selected as AL’s Comeback Player of the Year

Young is a pending free agent but says he’d like to stay with Mariners after ‘the most fulfilling and gratifying season of my career...

Seattle Mariners pitcher Chris Young throws against the Oakland Athletics on Sept. 14. Young was named the American League Comeback Player of the Year for the 2014 season.
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