1. Mariners Eke out a 3-2 Victory, but Nelson Cruz Leaves with Back Spasms

    CLEVELAND — It was another ironic moment in a Mariners season that has seen its fair share of them. .....

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  2. Cruz Leaves Game with Back Spasms

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  3. Cruz Leaves Game with Apparent Injury

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  4. Breaking Down the Twitter Buzz Surrounding the Mariners' MLB Draft so Far

    Before the 2015 season started, the Seattle Mariners were praised by many for their impressive pitching staff. With its first two picks in this year's MLB draft, the Mariners boosted their rotation by adding more depth...

    Curtis Calhoun Written by Curtis Calhoun about 23 days ago 530 reads 0 comments

  5. 3 Players Seattle Mariners Should Consider Dealing at the Deadline

    Following an offseason full of hype, the Seattle Mariners have been a massive disappointment in 2015, posting a 25-32 record so far. The problem once again has been offense, despite offseason acquisitions Seth Smith and Nelson Cruz hitting well...

    Nathaniel Reeves Written by Nathaniel Reeves about 24 days ago 2,944 reads 3 comments

  6. M's Take Pair of Pitchers on 1st Day of Draft

    SEATTLE (AP) — The Seattle Mariners have selected high school pitcher Nick Neidert and college pitcher Andrew Moore with their two selections on the first day of the Major League Baseball draft...

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  7. Tampa Bay's Chris Archer Shuts Down Mariners in 3-1 Victory

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  8. Game Recap: Mariners 2, Rays 1

    The streak is over. And the Mariners might – might – have a new closer. Those revelations came Saturday night during Seattle's 2-1 win over Tampa Bay , which snapped a seven-game losing streak...

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  9. Cano out of Today's Game vs. Rays

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  10. Jackson's Homer Helps Mariners End 7-Game Skid

    There's this between-innings announcement running these days at Safeco Field that tells us that June is National Smith Month.....

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  11. Felix Gets 9th Win as Losing Streak Ends at 7

    The doors to the Mariners ' bullpen opened. And there was a momentary pause from fans as a gangly figure appeared and began loping his way to the pitcher's mound and it wasn't Fernando Rodney...

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  12. Mariners Lose 7th Straight

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  13. Forsythe's Ninth-Inning HR Lifts Rays over Seattle

    SEATTLE -- Logan Forsythe stroked a ninth-inning home run off struggling Seattle Mariners closer Fernando Rodney to give the Tampa Bay Rays a 1-0 victory Friday...

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  14. Morrison (Back) in Lineup vs. Rays

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  15. Trumbo Sees Plenty of Potential in Mariners

    SEATTLE -- Mark Trumbo was acquired to help bolster a Mariners lineup that hasn't lived up to expectations so far this season...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 28 days ago 24 reads 0 comments

  16. Ramirez Leads Rays to Victory over Mariners

    SEATTLE -- Erasmo Ramirez beat his former team, combining with four relievers to help the Tampa Bay Rays defeat the Seattle Mariners 2-1 on Thursday night...

    Jefferson Powers Written by Jefferson Powers about 28 days ago 556 reads 0 comments

  17. Mariners Punchless in 2-1 Loss, Their Sixth Straight

    It seemed all too familiar, and that's the problem. The Mariners got another perfectly good outing from a starting pitcher, but wasted it because their offense couldn't cash in...

    Jefferson Powers Written by Jefferson Powers about 28 days ago 9 reads 0 comments

  18. LoMo a Late Scratch with Back Spasms

    SEATTLE -- Mariners first baseman Logan Morrison was scratched from Thursday's series opener with the Rays about an hour before game time because of back spasms...

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  19. LoMo Scratched Thursday with Back Spasms

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  20. Trumbo: Couldn't Be Happier Joining M's

    Trumbo and Nuno arrived in time to take part in pre-game workouts. Trumbo also started Thursday at first base and batted fifth...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 28 days ago 29 reads 0 comments

  21. Mariners DFA Ruggiano After Trumbo Trade

    The Mariners have designated outfielder Justin Ruggiano for assignment in order to clear a 25-man roster spot for backup catcher Jesus Sucre, the team announced (relayed by 710 ESPN's Shannon Drayer, on Twitter)...

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  22. McClendon: 'We're in a Funk Offensively'

    "We're in a funk offensively and I'm certain we're going to come out of it," said Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon. "This sounds like a broken record, but it's tough. Tanaka had his 'A' game...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 29 days ago 23 reads 0 comments

  23. Evolving Walker Turning Corner for Mariners

    SEATTLE -- For a Mariners team looking for positives at this point, Taijuan Walker has begun providing a much-needed presence in a rotation now down two starters...

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  24. Mariners Try to Jump-Start 2015 Season, Lackluster Lineup with Mark Trumbo Trade

    Mired under .500 and in fourth place in the American League West, the Seattle Mariners needed a jolt. They got one on Wednesday, and his name is Mark Trumbo ...

    Jacob Shafer Written by Jacob Shafer about 29 days ago 14,475 reads 69 comments

  25. Mariners Notebook: McClendon Sees No Viable Alternative to Rodney

    SEATTLE — There's no alternative at this point, manager Lloyd McClendon believes, to buying a ticket to the Fernando Rodney Experience whenever the Seattle Mariners are looking to close out a victory...

    Mike  Denevi Written by Mike Denevi about 30 days ago 40 reads 0 comments