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Seattle Mariners HEADLINES
When Randy Wolf stepped onto the mound at Goodyear Park on Sunday morning, there was a brief pause to enjoy the moment.
Francisco Lindor hit a three-run homer in the seventh inning to lift the Cleveland Indians to a 6-3 win over the Seattle Mariners on Sunday.
Danny Hultzen can only watch.
Scott Baker tossed two scoreless innings and the Seattle Mariners beat the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, 5-3, in Cactus League action.
Manager Lloyd McClendon acknowledged Saturday neither Hisashi Iwakuma nor Taijuan Walker are likely to be sufficiently recovered from injuries in time to open the season in the rotation.
PEORIA, Ariz. - It's not a good sign for a baseball team when the front office releases medical updates for two of its projected starting pitchers on the same day of spring training.
Right-hander Taijuan Walker, the Mariners prize pitching prospect, isnt OK after all. And that wasnt the only bad news Friday concerning the clubs rotation.
James Jones hit a three-run homer and added an RBI single, as the Seattle Mariners thumped the San Diego Padres 12-1 in Cactus League action.
Seattle Mariners prized prospect Taijuan Walker's status for making the Opening Day roster is in question after it was announced Friday that the right-hander will be shut down 5-to-7 seven days with shoulder inflammation.
The sounds of a baseball game finally sang from my radio Thursday. Rick Rizzs and Aaron Goldsmith were back in the Mariners’ broadcast booth, and during the occasional lull, a vendor (“cold beer!”) and sometimes even a fan (“good eye, Carlos!”) could be heard in the stands beneath the booth.
The spirited applause hadn't quite died down at Peoria Stadium when Robinson Cano gave them a reason to cheer again - with a little more enthusiasm.
First up in the Mariners search for a leadoff hitter is rookie outfielder Abraham Almonte, who drew the duty Thursday in Seattle's Cactus League opener against San Diego.
The Seattle Mariners have signed 11 players to contracts for the 2014 season, including Jesus Montero.
Robinson Cano singled in his first at-bat as the Seattle Mariners opened their Cactus League schedule with a 7-1 win over San Diego.
They had reasonable excuse to leave immediately after the workout ended on Wednesday. With their first spring-training game scheduled on Thursday, it was the last free afternoon for Mariners players in quite a while.
We all have those moments when, for whatever reason, what was once clouded and obscure bursts into a brilliant and suddenly clear illumination.
Will prized pitching prospect Taijuan Walker be ready when the regular season starts? Seattle Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon remains hopeful, but there seems to be some doubt.
PEORIA, Ariz. — The Mariners’ first serious spring casualty is in the third-base coaching box.
PEORIA, Ariz. — The rule on collisions at the plate is now in place — Rule 7.13, to be precise. Announced Monday, it is the culmination of a joint study by players, club personnel and umpires.
PEORIA, Ariz. - Nick Franklin likes to joke that according to the Twitter-fueled and rumor-driven baseball hot stove, he's been "traded 20 times by the Mariners."
PEORIA, Ariz. — Utilityman Willie Bloomquist is the owner of a new Russell Wilson jersey after winning a Super Bowl bet with Cleveland reliever David Aardsma.
Any serious evaluations won’t start, Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon keeps saying, until the Cactus League games start. And even that pales in comparison with what happens in the regular season.
PEORIA, Ariz. — Right-hander Erasmo Ramirez will be first on the mound Thursday when the Seattle Mariners open their 33-game Cactus League schedule against campus co-tenant San Diego at Peoria Stadium.
It’s impossible to imagine Jesus Montero enduring a season worse than 2013, when the erstwhile Seattle Mariners prospect was sidelined by a knee injury and a suspension for performance-enhancing drugs.
It caused a bit of a stir a few days ago in the Seattle Mariners’ camp, when manager Lloyd McClendon touted a best-case scenario in which Corey Hart could play 145 games in right field.
PEORIA, Ariz. - Abraham Almonte just shakes his head when he tries to describe the last year of his baseball career.
Free-agent outfielder Nelson Cruz won’t be a Mariner.
Travel outside the Pacific Northwest, mention the Seattle Mariners and it’s likely the talk veers toward Robinson Cano, and his offseason decision to walk away from the Yankees for a decade of riches.
If the Seattle Mariners plan to supplement their lineup with another competent major-league bat, the best and only option is at least someone they are familiar with.
PEORIA, Ariz. — Nothing is set, of course. Evaluations are ongoing, and the season opener is more than six weeks away, but the Seattle Mariners’ outfield puzzle seems to be sorting itself out.
Just in case first baseman Jesus Montero, the one-time super prospect, had any lingering doubts regarding his status within the Mariners’ organization, let manager Lloyd McClendon dispel them.
PEORIA, Ariz. — It was a between day on the throwing schedule Thursday for veteran left-hander Randy Wolf in his bid, at age 37, to win a spot on the Mariners’ staff.
PEORIA, Ariz. — There are “three or four” possibilities, manager Lloyd McClendon said, as the Mariners search this spring to find a primary leadoff hitter.
PEORIA, Ariz. — We all have these moments, particularly as we get older, when the calendar forces us to ponder the future.
Willie Bloomquist now cheerfully reprises a role — utilityman — that he regularly chafed under from 2002-08 before departing as a free agent. It was a desire to prove he could play regularly that ended his previous tenure.
Nothing new manager Lloyd McClendon did on the field when his Mariners convened for full-squad drills this week could have had the impact of a few salty comments in the press.
PEORIA, Ariz. — The search for pitching help in a thinning market has the Mariners looking at veteran left-hander Chris Capuano, according to various media outlets.
Robinson Cano fessed up. He admitted it felt strange Tuesday to don a Mariners uniform and take part in workouts with a new group of teammates after previously spending his entire career in New York Yankees pinstripes.
Robinson Cano fessed up. He admitted it felt strange Tuesday to don a Mariners uniform and take part in workouts with a new group of teammates after previously spending his entire career in pinstripes.
The search for pitching help in a thinning market has the Mariners looking at veteran left-hander Chris Capuano, according to Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com.
PEORIA, Ariz. — Manager Lloyd McClendon is already chafing at any characterization that paints the Mariners as Robinson Cano and a cast of nobodies.
Go ahead, breathe a little easier, Mariners fans. Taijuan Walker’s first bullpen workout is in the rear-view mirror.
Manager Lloyd McClendon is already chafing at any characterization that paints the Mariners as Robinson Cano and a cast of nobodies.
PEORIA, Ariz. — The tweaking of Mike Zunino’s swing is one of the developing storylines in the early days of Seattle Mariners spring training.
PEORIA, Ariz. — First baseman Justin Smoak, armed with a new contract, shrugged off the looming competition from two of the Seattle Mariners’ key offseason acquisitions.
PEORIA, Ariz. — How a pitcher looks in a bullpen throwing session in the early days of spring camp generally means little.
The Seattle Mariners and first baseman Justin Smoak on Saturday agreed to terms on a one-year contract with a club option for 2015.
First baseman Justin Smoak avoided an arbitration hearing Saturday by reaching agreement with the Mariners on a one-year deal that includes a club option for 2015.
How many arms are enough for the Seattle Mariners rotation? Im always looking for eight-to-nine starters, manager Lloyd McClendon said Friday prior to the Mariners second official workout for pitchers and catchers.
Flowers? Roses or chocolate? All nice. But the Mariners could view Friday as a Happy Valentine’s Day simply because it seemed to pass without a major incident.
A chill rippled through the Mariners newly renovated spring complex Thursday morning when manager Lloyd McClendon revealed prize pitching prospect Taijuan Walker is less than 100 percent.
Enter former All-Star closer Fernando Rodney; and exit oft-ailing outfield Franklin Gutierrez. And that was just part of the news on a busy Thursday when the Mariners conducted their first official workout.
The Seattle Mariners officially signed closer Fernando Rodney to a two-year contract on Thursday.
The Seattle Mariners have signed veteran left-handed pitcher Randy Wolf to a minor league contract with an invitation to spring training.
PEORIA, Ariz. — Seattle Mariners broadcaster Dave Valle, a former catcher, is getting back into uniform with the organization as the new manager at Everett, the club’s short-season affiliate in the Northwest League.
The Seattle Mariners announced on Wednesday that pitcher Hisashi Iwakuma will be sidelined from 4-to-6 weeks with a finger injury, leaving him unavailable for Opening Day.
The Mariners havent yet held their first official spring workout and already theyre dealing with an injury to a key player.
Detroit Tigers minor league catcher Ronny Paulino has been suspended 100 games without pay after testing positive for exogenous Testosterone.
Mariners first baseman Jesus Montero initiated what he hopes will be a redemptive spring and season Wednesday morning by issuing a public apology for his involvement in the Biogenesis drug scandal.
Broadcaster Dave Valle, a former catcher, is heading back into uniform with the Mariners organization as the new manager at Everett, the clubs short-season affiliate in the Northwest League.
PEORIA, Ariz. — There’s a “window” yet remaining, according to general manager Jack Zduriencik, for the Seattle Mariners to make another major offseason roster addition even as they prepare for their first official spring workout.
The Mariners' search for a veteran to fill a role in the middle of their rotation now appears likely to include left-hander Randy Wolf and right-hander Zach Miner.
It's nearly time for the Seattle Mariners to get a look at how their offseason roster makeover looks on the field. Yep, it's that time of year when spring begins to beckon us away from winter's ever-gray chill. Pitchers and catchers report Wednesday to the club's renovated year-round complex in Peoria, Ariz
Spring training baseball games, by tradition, are leisurely tuneup exercises for everybody but the poor, unfortunate souls attempting to keep score. By the eighth inning of a Cactus League exhibition, when the minor leaguers replace the subs who went in for the starters, a scorebook page is cluttered with enough scribbled names of obscure prospects to make a brain explode.
The Seattle Mariners continued their busy offseason on Thursday, reportedly signing closer Fernando Rodney to a two-year contract.
The Mariners shored up the back end of their bullpen Thursday afternoon by reaching a two-year agreement with veteran closer Fernando Rodney for $14 million that includes performance bonuses capable of boosting the value by another $1 million.
Newcomer Logan Morrison made it clear recently that he wasn’t much worried by the possibility of resolving his salary dispute with the Seattle Mariners through an arbitration hearing.
The Seattle Mariners have avoided arbitration with first baseman Logan Morrison by agreeing to terms with the offseason pickup on a contract for the upcoming 2014 season.
In keeping with the mood of all things Seahawks, it isn’t hard to envision Seattle Mariners outfielder Stefen Romero channeling a little Russell Wilson as he prepares for the start of spring training.
As the newest Hutch Award recipient, veteran designated hitter Raul Ibañez got a quick tour Thursday of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center before heading to a luncheon in his honor at nearby Safeco Field.
Does right-hander Scott Baker, almost two years removed from Tommy John surgery, solve the Mariners’ search for a veteran starting pitcher to slot in the middle of their rotation?
It isn’t often that life offers the simple symmetry of a Japanese garden. It is too random but for rare exceptions. And it is why those exceptions so often draw our attention and, yes, our appreciation.
The Kansas City Royals acquired outfielder Carlos Peguero from the Seattle Mariners on Wednesday for a player to be named later or cash considerations.
Corey Hart knows the bigger tests for his surgically repaired knees still lie ahead, but at this point, all signs are positive.
Robinson Cano wore a stocking cap on the Seattle Mariners’ bench Saturday morning with his hands shoved in the pockets of his jacket to ward off the chill as FanFest kicked off at Safeco Field.
Be warned, Mariners fans, if you don’t already know: Quipsters don’t come much quicker than Logan Morrison, a multiposition player acquired last month in a trade from the Miami Marlins.
With spring training looming on the horizon, the Seattle Mariners moved Friday to shore up the upper levels of their front office by promoting Kevin Mather to replace Chuck Armstrong as president and chief operating officer.
The Seattle Mariners promoted Kevin Mather to team president and chief operating officer on Friday.
With spring training looming on the horizon, the Mariners moved Friday to shore up the upper levels of their front office by promoting Kevin Mather to replace Chuck Armstrong as president and chief operating officer.
The joke quickly made the rounds Thursday after the Seattle Mariners announced plans to induct former manager Lou Piniella into their Hall of Fame.
The question to Seattle Mariners pitching prospect Taijuan Walker sought his reaction to hearing his name regularly linked to trade rumors earlier this winter.
The Mariners announced Tuesday that all fans passing through the gates will be screened by metal detectors in addition to already existing bag checks.
The arbitration countdown started Friday for the Mariners when they exchanged figures with Justin Smoak and Logan Morrison after failing to reach agreements with either player prior to the deadline.
It might be little more than a mention in most places in the transactions column, but the Seattle Mariners ticked another item off their to-do list Thursday by confirming a one-year agreement with free-agent catcher John Buck.
The Seattle Mariners signed catcher John Buck to a one-year contract on Thursday.
The Seattle Mariners went outside their organization Wednesday in selecting baseball lifer Rich Donnelly to serve as the new manager for the Tacoma Rainiers.
The Seattle Mariners announced Wednesday that the team has agreed to terms with outfielder Michael Saunders on a contract for the upcoming season.
Want to get an early in-person look at the Mariners new $240 million man? Heres your chance.
The Hall of Fame wait continues for Mariners icon Edgar Martinez, who so defined the skills desired in a designated hitter that baseball’s annual award for excellence in that role bears his name.
The Hall of Fame wait continues for Mariners icon Edgar Martinez, who so defined the skills desired in a designated hitter that baseballs annual award for excellence in that role bears his name.
The announcement will come out around 11 a.m. Wednesday and, barring a major surprise, Seattle Mariners fan favorite Edgar Martinez is ticketed for at least another year on the Hall of Fames waiting list. I want to be wrong about this. Heck, Martinez so defined the role of designated hitter that baseballs annual award for the games best DH now bears his name.
The Seattle Mariners have brought back catcher Humberto Quintero on a minor league contract, the team announced Monday.
Masahiro Tanaka is the best unemployed pitcher in the world. If the name doesn’t ring familiar, this might:
Raul Ibañez apparently has said goodbye to the Seattle Mariners for the third time in his career.
Standing in front of his locker in the Seattle Mariners clubhouse at Safeco Field, center fielder Franklin Gutierrez said he’s “feeling good” after a long bout with a handful of health problems.
The Seattle Mariners re-signed outfielder Franklin Gutierrez to a reported one-year contract Wednesday, less than two months after declining a team option on the oft-injured former Gold Glove winner.
A day after introducing Robinson Cano, the Mariners officially announced the signing of Corey Hart and acquisition of Logan Morrison on Friday.
The Seattle Mariners signed outfielder Corey Hart to a contract for the 2014 season.
The Seattle Mariners have acquired first baseman Logan Morrison from the Miami Marlins for right-handed reliever Carter Capps.
ORLANDO, Fla. — One change coming next season to the Seattle Mariners is that new manager Lloyd McClendon thinks on-field early work during the season is valuable.
As the Seattle Mariners were about to introduce Robinson Cano as their new, $240 million acquisition, the most prominent of the second baseman’s representatives took a seat in the Safeco Field interview room and posed a question.
Robinson Cano seemed to be next in line as the player to wear pinstripes for his entire career. And then the Seattle Mariners blew him away with an offer of financial and career security the New York Yankees never came close to matching.
The Seattle Mariners made it official on Thursday, announcing the signing of second baseman Robinson Cano.
No, the Texas Rangers dont really expect Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson to chuck his football career to return to baseball.
ORLANDO, Fla. — The likelihood of a trade sending Tampa Bay ace David Price to Seattle took a hit Wednesday when his agent, Bo McKinnis, rejected the idea of negotiating a contract extension with the Mariners.
It’s three new bats and counting now for the Seattle Mariners after a busy Wednesday at the winter meetings that saw them sign free agent Corey Hart and acquire Logan Morrison in a trade from Miami.
The Seattle Mariners have acquired first baseman Logan Morrison from the Miami Marlins for right-handed reliever Carter Capps, according to the Miami Herald.
The Seattle Mariners continued to bolster their lineup on Wednesday, agreeing to terms with outfielder Corey Hart.
The Seattle Mariners kicked their off-season overhaul into overdrive again Wednesday at the Winter Meetings in Orlando, Fla., by signing Hart and, only minutes later, acquiring Morrison from Miami for reliever Carter Capps.
The possibility of the Seattle Mariners acquiring former Cy Young winner David Price from Tampa Bay in a deal involving top pitching prospect Taijuan Walker took an interesting spin Wednesday morning at the Winter Meetings in Orlando, Fla.
ORLANDO, Fla. — So what happens to Nick Franklin now that the Seattle Mariners are committed to Robinson Cano at second base for the next decade?
It might not be officially official just yet, but Seattle Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon sure talks like a man who plans to have Robinson Cano batting third in next year’s lineup.
Second baseman Robinson Cano is heading today to Seattle from the Dominican Republic to under a physical examination on Wednesday, according to a report by ESPNDesportes.coms Enrique Rojas on Twitter.
One of the rumors growing hotter at the Walt Disney World resort where the baseball winter meetings started on Monday concerns the Seattle Mariners.
ORLANDO, Fla. — The Seattle Mariners fired back Monday morning at two disgruntled former employees over their allegations of meddling and incompetence among the club’s top executives.
The Mariners fired back Monday morning at two disgruntled former employees over their allegations of meddling and incompetence among the clubs top executives.
ORLANDO, Fla. — OK, Jack … what’s next?
ORLANDO, Fla. — It’s easy to wonder whether the winter meetings, which begin Monday and run through Thursday at Disney’s Swan and Dolphin resort, could feel like the disappointing days after Christmas for much of the baseball industry.
The whirlwind continues regarding the bombshell that greeted Mariners' fans as they awoke Friday morning that the club is close to an 10-year deal with free-agent second baseman Robinson Cano for $240 million.
So maybe Jay Z knew what he was doing all along?
The once preposterous notion of the Seattle Mariners wooing free agent Robinson Cano to the Pacific Northwest has become, well, not so preposterous.
The Seattle Mariners have finally landed a big free agent.
So its happening. The Mariners are really closing in on a massive, franchise-changing agreement with free-agent second baseman Robinson Cano. At 10 years for $240 million.
It’s a different Willie Bloomquist, in some ways, who is returning to the Seattle Mariners on a two-year deal after spending the past five seasons with three other clubs.
Robinson Cano and now David Price?
The Seattle Mariners made it official Thursday and signed utilityman Willie Bloomquist to a two-year contract.
OK, its official. Veteran utilityman Willie Bloomquist is back with the Mariners.
The question Wednesday for Seattle Mariners general manager Jack Zduriencik concerned a growing flurry of reports linking the club to the offseason’s premier free agent, second baseman Robinson Cano.
Free agent outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury, fresh off winning the World Series with the Boston Red Sox, reached agreement with the New York Yankees on a seven-year contract worth about $153 million, a person familiar with the negotiations said Tuesday.
Willie Bloomquist is going back to where his major-league career began, agreeing to a two-year deal with the Seattle Mariners on Monday.
(Sports Network) - The Seattle Mariners have reportedly agreed to terms with utilityman Willie Bloomquist on a two-year, $5.8 million contract, according to FoxSports.com.
Port Orchard native Willie Bloomquist is reportedly close to rejoining the team that drafted him.
So you think you can do Jack Zduriencik's job? Here's your chance to be the Seattle Mariners general manager.
So you think you can do Jack Zduriencik's job? Here's your chance to be the Seattle Mariners general manager.
Chuck Armstrong’s biggest mistake as Seattle Mariners president has been an attachment to his job. He loves it.
Seattle Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon is assembling his coaching staff with a Tacoma flavor.
The Mariners sent out a bombshell announcement Monday afternoon, saying the team president and chief operating officer Chuck Armstrong will retire, effective Jan. 31, 2014. The search for his replacement will start immediately.
The Mariners filled their coaching staff today, with the announcement of six new coaches:
The Mariners added four players pitcher Logan Bawcom, 1B/DH Ji-Man Choi, OF James Jones and OF Stefen Romero to their 40-man roster. These transactions give the Mariners 38 players.
The ideal acquisition for the Seattle Mariners this winter is a speedy right-handed hitting corner outfielder with a strong arm, adequate power, a keen recognition of the strike zone, a history of durability and a contract that won’t guarantee him $50 million or $60 million after he turns 35.
When the Seattle Mariners introduced Lloyd McClendon as their new manager on Thursday, no question put to McClendon was more obvious than the initial question: What compelled you into wanting this job?
New Seattle Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon made the first addition to his coaching staff by hiring Trent Jewett as his bench coach.
There was no big surprise Monday – Kendrys Morales rejected the Mariners' $14.1 million qualifying offer.
Trent Jewett, who coached in the Washington Nationals organization since 2009, was hired to be the Seattle Mariners bench coach, the team announced Monday.
New Seattle Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon spent his childhood in Gary, Ind., birthplace of the fictional Harold Hill, the Music Man, and Michael Jackson, the music man so gifted he became known as the “King of Pop.”
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