1. Tom Wilhelmsen Loses in Arbitration with Mariners, Will Earn $1.4M in 2015

    Tom Wilhelmsen has lost his arbitration case against the Seattle Mariners and will earn $1.4 million in 2015, reports CBS Sports' Jon Heyman...

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  2. Bob Dutton on Twitter

    Can confirm report by @JonHeymanCBS that arbitration panel ruled in favor of # Mariners in case w/Wilhelmsen. Will get $1.4m. (Sought $2.2m...

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  3. Have the Mariners Surrounded Their Stars with Enough Talent

    With both Pittsburgh and Kansas City finally tasting October baseball over the past two seasons, just three franchises still wander the wilderness of decade-plus playoff droughts: ...

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  4. Saunders Set to Return, Will Get Chance to Win Bullpen Job

    Veteran lefty Joe Saunders is back with the Mariners as a bullpen candidate after agreeing to terms on a minor-league deal that includes an invitation to big-league camp...

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  5. Mariners Bring Back Joe Saunders After a Year Away

    It doesn't feel good, but the M's are being creative in their attempts to find the final arms for their bullpen. As long as they don't let him start or face right-handed hitters ever, it could work...

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  6. Three Keys for the Mariners to Meet Their Lofty Expectations

    The Mariners begin spring training this week with a strange new sense lingering in the air: expectations.....

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  7. Jesus Montero Appears to Have Really Dropped 40 Pounds This Winter

    Unfortunately for Jesus Montero, his weight became an issue last offseason when he claimed all he did was eat and showed up at Mariners camp looking way out of shape...

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  8. Seattle Mariners: 4 Potential Breakout Candidates to Watch in Spring Training

    The Seattle Mariners begin spring training Friday with a fresh sense of optimism ahead of a season loaded with expectations...

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  9. Mariners' Battle for the Starting Shortstop Job

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  10. Victor Sanchez Injury: Updates on Mariners Prospect's Head After Boat Accident

    Seattle Mariners pitching prospect Victor Sanchez is in critical but stable condition in a Venezuelan hospital after being struck by a boat while swimming at a beach Friday, the team confirmed...

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  11. Mariners Prospect Sanchez Reportedly Hurt in Swim Accident

    Mariners pitching prospect Victor Sanchez suffered a head injury in his home country of Venezuela, according to Venezuelan media reports...

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  12. Weeks Says He Ready to Embrace Utility Role with Mariners

    The road that led free-agent second baseman Rickie Weeks to signing a one-year deal Friday with the Mariners started with what initially seemed an insurmountable hurdle.....

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  13. Complete Seattle Mariners 2015 Spring Training Preview

    After an exciting winter, the Seattle Mariners are nearly ready to begin the 2015 season. Pitchers and catchers report on Feb. 20 to officially start spring training...

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  14. Mariners Add LHP Rafael Perez to Spring Training Roster

    Looking to add depth to the left-handed pitchers pool, the Mariners have signed veteran relief pitcher Rafael Perez to a minor league contract with an invitation to Major League Spring Training...

    Ryan Ocenada Written by Ryan Ocenada about 22 days ago 344 reads 0 comments

  15. Seattle Mariners Offseason: Which Move Was the 'Best'?

    The Seattle Mariners offseason has been an eventful one, to say the least. The team added one of the best hitters on the free agent market and traded for pitching depth and a platoon situation in right field...

    Paige Kuhn Written by Paige Kuhn about 22 days ago 3 reads 0 comments

  16. Who Is Rickie Weeks?

    Which Rickie Weeks will the Mariners see in 2015? The one who was one of the best second basemen in the game or the one who was below replacement level? Probably neither...

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  17. Rickie Weeks to Mariners: Latest Contract Details, Comments, Reaction

    Rickie Weeks had a rough 2014 season. With a slew of injuries slowing him down and his production declining over the past two years, Weeks found himself behind youngster Scooter Gennett on the depth chart...

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  18. The Mariners Plan to Use Rickie Weeks in the Outfield “a Lot”

    Early last season Brewers manager Ron Roenicke said that then-Brewers second baseman Rickie Weeks was asked if he'd consider learning how to play left field...

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  19. Mariners Sign Rickie Weeks to One-Year Contract

    According to Jim Bowden of ESPN and Sirius XM, the Mariners have signed free agent Rickie Weeks to a one-year contract worth around $2 million. The deal will also carry another $2 million worth of incentives...

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  20. Seattle Mariners: Brad Miller or Chris Taylor? Examining the Shortstop Battle

    With the offseason winding down, the weather warming up and the NFL season over, all signs are pointing to Peoria, Arizona, where the Seattle Mariners pitchers and catchers report in nine days (Feb...

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  21. Kyle Seager: 2015 Projections with the Seattle Mariners

    Can Kyle Seager live up to his new 7-year, $100 million contract extension inked this offseason with the Seattle Mariners ?.....

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  22. Mariners' Spring Position Preview: Can Logan Morrison Be the Everyday 1B?

    This is the first of the position previews for the upcoming spring training. Before we get to that, here's the story I wrote for Sunday's paper on the Mariners and understanding expectations...

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  23. Inbox: Will Cano Bounce Back in Power Department?

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  24. Zunino Refining Swing with Right-Center Approach

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