1. Mariners Closing Venezulean Operations

    The Mariners are consolidating their Latin American developmental program into their new baseball academy in the Dominican Republic and will no longer field a team and operations in Venezuela, the club announced Monday...

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  2. Seattle Mariners: Players Turning Heads Early at Spring Training

    The Seattle Mariners kicked off spring training Wednesday with a 4-3 win over the San Diego Padres . While Seattle is only six games into its exhibition season, plenty of news has been flowing out of Arizona ...

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  3. Royal Decree: King Felix to Start Opening Day

    PEORIA, Ariz. -- In case there was any question, Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon confirmed the obvious on Sunday. Felix Hernandez is a pretty good bet to be Seattle's Opening Day starter on April 6 against the Angels at Safeco Field...

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  4. Weeks' Solo Home Run

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  5. McClendon Dismisses Concerns over Marte's Early Defensive Problems

    PEORIA, Ariz. — Rookie infielder Ketel Marte drew his first spring start Saturday, at second base against White Sox in Glendale, despite making four errors over the two previous ...

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  6. Taylor Shows Surprising Power Early in Shortstop Battle

    The book on Chris Taylor, as he competes for the Mariners ' starting shortstop job this spring, is that he's a strong defender without as much offensive pop as Brad Miller.....

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  7. Crasnick: Can offense help carry Mariners?

    PEORIA, Ariz. -- The baseball season can be a grind in Seattle , what with the daunting travel schedule and all those marathon flights.....

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  8. Mariners' offense shows potential for breakout season

    PEORIA, Ariz. -- Nelson Cruz is new to the Mariners , but the club is learning quickly about the big slugger. Turns out its new designated hitter takes requests, at least from teammate Felix Hernandez...

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  9. Ji-Man Choi Suffered a Fractured Right Fibula

    The Mariners won their Cactus League opener Wednesday against the Padres , but it was not a totally problem-free afternoon in Peoria, Arizona .....

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  10. Walker Starts Bid for Spot in Mariners' Rotation with Two Strong Innings

    This is his time, Taijuan Walker believes, to validate his long-held status as the Mariners ' top pitching prospect. And Wednesday served as a strong opening statement.....

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  11. Peterson's Solo Home Run

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  12. Felix Excited to Be Part of New-Look Mariners

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  13. Seattle Mariners Players Who Are in Serious Danger of Being Cut or Demoted

    The Seattle Mariners will take the field for the first time since September tomorrow when they play the San Diego Padres in their opening spring training game...

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  14. Smith Finds Spot in Outfield with Mariners

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  15. Seattle Mariners Players Listed in MLB Top 100 Right Now

    Who are the top players in baseball? It may not be surprising for many to think that just two seasons ago, the Seattle Mariners had just TWO players in the Top 100 list.....

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  16. J.A. Happ's Change Might Include an Improved Changeup

    PEORIA, Ariz. — Even at age 32, with 140 major-league starts and 24 relief appearances and more than 840 big-league innings, J.A. Happ isn't going to stop evolving as a pitcher...

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  17. Felix opens road toward Opening Day start

    PEORIA, Ariz. -- Felix Hernandez made his spring debut for the Mariners on Thursday, throwing his first bullpen session as the progression begins toward his club-record eighth Opening Day start...

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  18. McClendon 'Carrying the Torch'

    PEORIA, Ariz. -- Lloyd McClendon is a baseball lifer at heart more than a crusader for racial advancement within the sport. His journey began in Gary, Indiana, where he led his team to the Little League World Series final in 1971...

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  19. Mariners Rank No. 15 in MLB (uniform) Power Rankings

    A surprising 2014 campaign that left them just one game out of the playoffs coupled with an active offseason has Seattle Mariners among the preseason contenders for the American League crown in 2015...

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  20. Video: Felix Hernandez Throws His First Bullpen Session This Spring

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  21. Cano Arrives to Camp Focused on Reaching Postseason

    PPEORIA, Ariz. -- As Mariners position players reported for camp on Tuesday, Robinson Cano arrived with a breath of fresh air and a healthy dose of optimism...

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  22. Under-the-Radar Seattle Mariners Players Ready to Impress This Spring

    Position players reported to the Seattle Mariners ' team complex in Peoria , Arizona , on Tuesday, meaning the team is ready to begin organized workouts ahead of its first spring training game on March 4...

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  23. Mariners' Hernandez Eager to Help Bring Playoffs to Seattle

    PEORIA, Ariz. — When we last saw the Mariners , a crestfallen crowd was rising as one to recognize arguably the greatest right-handed pitcher of his generation...

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  24. What a Difference a Year Makes for Lefty Danny Hultzen

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  25. Mariners Closer Rodney in Good Spirits, Health

    PEORIA, Ariz. -- Fernando Rodney enjoys baseball. He shoots pretend arrows when he racks up a save. He dances in the practice field when the mood strikes in spring. And this spring, the veteran closer is ready to cut loose...

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