1. Hisashi Iwakuma No-Hits the Orioles to Breathe Life into the Mariners' Season

    On the day my colleague Jonah Keri published a feature article and a podcast about how the Mariners ' inability to develop their prospects had doomed the franchise, a veteran offered ...

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  2. After Trying Year, Iwakuma Shines Bright with No-No

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  3. Hisashi Iwakuma's No-No Is Latest Chapter in Modern MLB's Golden Age of Pitching

    First, let's take a moment to appreciate Hisashi Iwakuma's no-hitter , because no-hitters are awesome. For nine innings on Wednesday afternoon at Safeco Field, the Seattle Mariners ...

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  4. LOOK: Felix Supports Iwakuma During No-Hitter with Kuma Bear Hat

    On Wednesday, Mariners right-hander Hisashi Iwakuma no-hit the Orioles for the fourth no-no of the 2015 season (SEA 3, BAL 0). Iwakuma joins Hideo Nomo has the only Japanese-born pitchers to throw a no-hitter in the big leagues...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 9 months ago 100 reads 0 comments

  5. Hisashi Iwakuma Throws No-Hitter vs. Orioles: Stats, Highlights and Reaction

    Welcome to the no-hitter club, Hisashi Iwakuma. The Seattle Mariners veteran pitcher blanked the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday during a 3-0 victory...

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  6. Video: Iwakuma Gets Gatorade Bath Post-Game

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  7. Cruz (Neck) out Today vs. Orioles

    Mariners lineup vs Orioles RH Kevin Gausman, 12:40 pm. Nelson Cruz (sore neck) and his 21-game hit streak not in...

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  8. Cruz Reportedly Left Tonight's Game vs. Orioles Due to Neck Spasms

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  9. Seattle's Offense Goes into Hiding Again

    For just the second time since the All-Star break — a span of 23 games — the Mariners ' offense seemed to disappear...

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  10. Felix Hernandez Tied for Most Wins in Baseball After Mariners Beat Texas, 4-2

    With a bullpen situation that left manager Lloyd McClendon making a reference to excrement pregame, Felix Hernandez needed to do more than just give his team a chance — he also needed to give his overworked teammates a rest...

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  11. Nelson Cruz Extended His Hitting Streak to 19 Games with a Homerun

    Mariners outfielder Nelson Cruz extended his hitting streak to 19 games with a sixth-inning solo home run off of Colby Lewis on Sunday, adding insurance by pushing the Mariners' lead to 4-2...

    Drew Morita Written by Drew Morita about 9 months ago 7 reads 0 comments

  12. Cruz's Bat, Hernandez's Arm Boost Mariners over Rangers

    SEATTLE -- Streaking Nelson Cruz hit his 33rd home run and Felix Hernandez earned his 14th win Sunday, leading the Seattle Mariners over the Texas Rangers 4-2...

    Drew Morita Written by Drew Morita about 9 months ago 92 reads 0 comments

  13. Mariners Waste Chance in 10th, Lose to Rangers After Allowing 8 Runs in 11th

    You could almost feel this coming Saturday afternoon when the Seattle Mariners bungled away a gift-wrapped opportunity for a walk-off victory over the Texas Rangers in the 10th inning...

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  14. WATCH: Jamie Moyer Inducted into Mariners Hall of Fame

    Prior to Saturday's game with the Rangers (TEX 11, SEA 3), the Mariners inducted left-hander Jamie Moyer into the team's Hall of Fame. During the ceremony he joked "I guess I'm retired...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 9 months ago 16 reads 0 comments

  15. Jamie Moyer Inducted in Mariners Hall of Fame

    When Jamie Moyer was traded by the Red Sox to the Mariners in 1996 at age 33 for outfielder Darren Bragg, he'd already been traded once, released by three teams, granted free agency ...

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  16. Pregame Notes and Lineups: Brad Miller Gets the Start in Left Field

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  17. Mariners Keep Entertaining in Rangers Win

    The Seattle Mariners (51-59) bested the Texas Rangers (55-55) 4-3 on Friday night at Safeco Field in the opener of a 3-game weekend series.....

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  18. Mariners Edge out Rangers in 4-3 Win

    Spare a thought for the poor souls who picked the bottom of the sixth inning of Friday's series opener between the Mariners and Rangers at Safeco Field to take a bathroom break...

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  19. Cruz, Cano Power Mariners to 4-3 Win over Rangers

    SEATTLE -- Nelson Cruz and Robinson Cano hit consecutive home runs off Cole Hamels to start the sixth inning, powering the Seattle Mariners to a 4-3 victory over the Texas Rangers on Friday night...

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  20. Cruz's Game-Tying Homer

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  21. James Paxton Looks to Throw off Mound in Rehab

    SEATTLE -- James Paxton has been doing flat-ground work without tape on his left middle finger for four to five days, and if all goes according to plan, he could throw 20 to 25 pitches in a bullpen session on Sunday...

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  22. Jamie Moyer's Singular Career Gets a Fitting Tribute from Mariners

    The left-hander maximized every ounce of success from a repertoire that was, at first glance (and second, and third), highly underwhelming...

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  23. Mariners Notebook: New-Look Lineup Paying Big Dividends

    DENVER It's been 17 games now since Seattle Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon “threw something against the wall one day and said, 'Let's put Robby fourth'” prior to a game in Detroit ...

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  24. Nuno to Stay in Rotation for Now

    The final line from left-handed pitcher Vidal Nuno's spot start Tuesday wasn't pretty — three runs in 3 2/3 innings — but it won't prevent Nuno from getting another chance the next time through the rotation...

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  25. Ms' Bullpen Blows Lead in 11th Inning Loss at Col

    DENVER — The Mariners ' winning streak ends at three. That's if you deem three games a winning streak.....

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