1. MVP Candidate Nelson Cruz Lets Play Do Talking

    SEATTLE -- Before the Mariners ' 8-2 win over the A's on Wednesday afternoon, manager Lloyd McClendon said Nelson Cruz was rightfully receiving some American League MVP consideration, but that the Mariners' position in the standings could hurt Cruz...

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  2. Felix Hernandez settles after homer, wins 15th

    SEATTLE -- Nelson Cruz clubbed his Major League-leading 39th home run and Felix Hernandez pitched eight innings of two-run ball to win his 15th game of the season, an 8-2 decision over ...

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  3. Cruz's 39th Home Run

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  4. Roenis Elias Returns to Mariners' Rotation

    Roenis Elias will return to the Mariners ' rotation on Thursday for the first time in two months, replacing Vidal Nuno for the opener of a four-game series against the White Sox at U...

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  5. McClendon: Wilhelmsen Remains Mariners Closer 'As We Speak'

    With the team's closer role changing hands multiple times this season, Seattle Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon told reporters Wednesday that Tom Wilhelmsen will remain his closer "as we speak...

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  6. Cano Sets MLB Record with 30-Double Season

    SEATTLE -- With a bloop double to left in the seventh inning of the Mariners ' game against the A's on Tuesday night, Robinson Cano became the first player in Major League history to record 30 doubles in his first 11 Major League seasons...

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  7. Projecting the Mariners' Rotation over the Closing Weeks

    When it comes to the Seattle Mariners ' rotation, there are just two certainties over the final six weeks: Felix Hernandez and Hisashi Iwakuma will, barring injuries, make their scheduled starts...

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  8. Mariners' pitching plays Russian Roulette with full chamber, loses

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  9. Austin Jackson Clears Waivers, Generating Interest

    Mariners outfielder Austin Jackson has cleared revocable trade waivers, Jon Morosi of FOX Sports reports on Twitter. The free-agent-to-be has been discussed recently in trade talks, per the report...

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  10. A Rodney-Less Bullpen and a DH Day for Robinson Cano

    The Mariners will have a revamped bullpen with Fernando Rodney being designated for assignment and Danny Farquhar optioned to Class AAA Tacoma.....

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  11. Mariners Avoid Sweep with 8-6 Victory over White Sox

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  12. Cano Homers as Mariners Beat White Sox 8-6

    SEATTLE -- Robinson Cano had a two-run homer and Nelson Cruz doubled in two runs to help the Seattle Mariners beat the Chicago White Sox 8-6 on Sunday to avoid a three-game sweep...

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  13. Mariners Designate Rodney for Assignement

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  14. Mariners Flail, Fail in Losing to White Sox, 11-4

    Seattle 's bats were bamboozled by White Sox pitching, and, while Felix Hernandez turned in a good performance, this game called for great...

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  15. Mariners Place Beimel on DL, Recall Rasmussen

    SEATTLE — Veteran left-hander Joe Beimel, as expected, was placed on the 15-day disabled list prior to Friday's game because of what the Mariners termed "posterior inflammation in his left shoulder...

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  16. Seattle Mariners: Is Lloyd McClendon to Blame?

    At this point, it's fairly obvious that the Seattle Mariners have severely underachieved in the 2015 season...

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  17. Hisashi Iwakuma Dominates Rangers Again

    Mariners starter Hisashi Iwakuma didn't duplicate his no-hit feat from last Wednesday, but he did continue his recent domination of the Rangers ...

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  18. Hisashi Iwakuma Named A.L. Player of the Week

    Seattle Mariners right-handed pitcher Hisashi Iwakuma has been named the American League Player of the Week for Aug. 10-16. It is the first career Player of the Week honor for Iwakuma...

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  19. Mariners Go 12 Innings to Salvage Final Series Game in Boston

    Of course eight runs wouldn't be enough. Heck, the Mariners scored 10 runs Saturday and still lost by a dozen...

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  20. Mariners Avoid Disaster by Pulling out 10-8 Victory over Red Sox in 12 Innings

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  21. Mariners Edge Red Sox in 12 After Blowing Big Lead

    BOSTON -- Mike Zunino and Kyle Seager each had an RBI single in the 12th inning, and the Seattle Mariners blew a big lead before edging the Boston Red Sox 10-8 on Sunday.....

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  22. Seager Puzzled by Poor Production with Runners in Scoring Position

    Kyle Seager knows the numbers, knows they're not pretty and doesn't really know why. Seager is the front end of the big three at the heart of the Mariners ' lineup, but he is batting just ...

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  23. Mariners Recall Right-Hander Danny Farquhar

    BOSTON -- Right-handed reliever Danny Farquhar was recalled from Triple-A Tacoma on Saturday as the Mariners looked to bolster a bullpen that had to do extra duty in Friday's 15-1 loss to the Red Sox ...

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  24. Mike Montgomery Opens Floodgates for Red Sox in 15-1 Trouncing

    BOSTON — Nobody expected Mike Montgomery to follow up Hisashi Iwakuma's start with a no-hitter of his own.....

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  25. Red Sox Post Big Night for Farrell, Beat Mariners 15-1

    BOSTON -- Travis Shaw hit two home runs and Rusney Castillo hit one to carry Boston to a 15-1 win over the Seattle Mariners on Friday night, just hours after Red Sox manager John Farrell announced he's taking a medical leave to treat lymphoma...

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