1. Mariners Only Manage 2 Hits in 4-0 Loss to A's

    OAKLAND, Calif. — Two wins in a row might have been a rarity for the Mariners in the last six weeks, but three wins in a row seems like an impossibility...

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  2. Mariners Go Quietly in 4-0 Loss to Athletics

    This was another one of those games Thursday night for the Seattle Mariners that, if viewed in isolation, might not seem so bad...

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  3. Taylor Being Recalled to Take Bloomquist's Spot

    Infielder Chris Taylor will be recalled from Triple-A Tacoma on Thursday in time to join the Mariners as they open a four-game series with the A's.....

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  4. Walker Throws 1-Hit Ball for 6 Innings, M's Top Padres

    SAN DIEGO -- Taijuan Walker pitched one-hit ball for six innings, Robinson Cano and Nelson Cruz homered and the Seattle Mariners beat the punchless San Diego Padres 7-0 on Wednesday...

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  5. Smith Answering Closing Bell for Mariners

    ANAHEIM -- Carson Smith hasn't been officially proclaimed the Mariners ' new closer. Or temporary closer. Or anything else. When the phone rings in the bullpen, he waits for his name to be called, just like always...

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  6. Mariners Lose on Wild Pitch in 10th Inning

    ANAHEIM, Calif. — Mike Zunino had just prevented the winning run from scoring with a difficult block...

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  7. Cano Starting Today vs. Angels

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  8. Freak Injury to Robinson Cano as Mariners Lose 4-2

    The concept of things going from bad to worse for the Mariners and Robinson Cano this season seems difficult to fathom...

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  9. Mariners star Cano injured by warmup ball, Angels win 4-2

    Seattle Mariners star Robinson Cano was hit in the head by a stray ball while the Angels were warming up in between innings and exited early in Los Angeles' 4-2 win Saturday...

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  10. No Concussion for Cano, Listed as Day-to-Day

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  11. Taijuan Walker Works His Way out of Jam, Leads Mariners to 3-1 Win over Angels

    ANAHEIM, Calif. — Another start, another example of Taijuan Walker's growing poise and consistency at the big-league level...

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  12. Cano's HR Helps M's Beat Angels 3-1

    LOS ANGELES -- Taijuan Walker pitched seven sharp innings to win his fourth straight start, Robinson Cano homered and Nelson Cruz and Brad Miller had RBI doubles to lead the Seattle ...

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  13. Bad Innings Haunt Elias, M's in Loss

    Roenis Elias made it look so easy early. The Mariners ' young left-hander breezed through the first three innings Wednesday night, retiring the Kansas City Royals lineup in order — nine up, nine down — on a mere 26 pitches...

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  14. Gutierrez Called Up, Making 1st Start Since Sept. 2013

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  15. Montgomery Rides 'Emotion' in Gem vs. Royals

    SEATTLE -- As Mike Montgomery jogged from the Mariners ' dugout to take the mound for his ninth and final inning of work Tuesday night against the Royals , fans left their seats to give the rookie left-hander a standing ovation...

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  16. Cruz Exits Due to Minor Pelvic Injury

    SEATTLE -- Mariners right fielder Nelson Cruz left Monday night's game against the Royals with an injury to his pelvic bone, manager Lloyd McClendon said after the team's 4-1 loss to the Royals...

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  17. Nelson Cruz Injury: Updates on Mariners Star's Pelvis and Return

    Seattle Mariners slugging outfielder/DH Nelson Cruz left June 22's game against the Kansas City Royals due to a pelvic injury. He would return to the lineup the following day, the team announced ...

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  18. Nelson Cruz Exits with Tight Hamstring

    Nelson Cruz left tonight's game with a tight right hamstring. Dustin Ackley pinch-hit for Cruz in the 7th inning...

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  19. What We've Learned About the Seattle Mariners Near the Halfway Mark

    A disappointing Seattle Mariners team will have to play much better in the second half of the season than it did in the first half to have any shot at making the postseason. Through 70 games, the Mariners sit at a lowly 32-38...

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  20. Felix Hernandez's Son Isn't Here for the Bullshit

    The Seattle Mariners did a cute thing before yesterday's Father's Day game, having a few of the players line up to catch first pitches from their kids...

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  21. Mariners Resort to Punchless Ways in 6-2 Loss to Houston

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  22. Elias Rebounds in Mariners' 5-2 Victory over Astros

    SEATTLE — Roenis Elias rebounded Friday from the worst start of his career by shutting down that same opponent that delivered a severe spanking just five days ago...

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  23. M's Middle Men Produce in 5-2 Win over Astros

    Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon put his big bats on notice before his team's series opener against the division-leading Astros on Friday night at Safeco Field...

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  24. Trumbo Drives in 3, Mariners Beat Astros 5-2

    SEATTLE -- Roenis Elias settled down after a first-pitch home run, allowing four hits over seven-plus innings, and Mark Trumbo drove in three runs to pace the Seattle Mariners to ...

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  25. Mariners Go Quietly in 7-0 Loss to Giants

    It isn't just a snooze-susceptible attack the Seattle Mariners need to address. Their concept of re-gifting requires some work...

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