1. Taijuan Walker's Inconsistency Expected

    Mike  Denevi Written by Mike Denevi about 11 months ago 19 reads 0 comments

  2. Kyle Seager Picked as Mariners' Recipient of Heart & Hustle Award

    Third baseman Kyle Seager's style of play continues to attract the attention of former players as he was picked as the Mariners ' recipient for the Heart & Hustle Award for a second straight year...

    Zach Moretti Written by Zach Moretti about 11 months ago 42 reads 0 comments

  3. Seager Named M's Heart and Hustle Winner

    DETROIT -- For the second straight year, third baseman Kyle Seager has been selected by the Major League Players Alumni Association as the Mariners Heart and Hustle Award winner...

    Alex Tam Written by Alex Tam about 11 months ago 235 reads 0 comments

  4. Jesus Montero's Turbulent Journey to Restore Hope for MLB Stardom

    Jesus Montero isn't going to be the best player Brian Cashman ever traded. The New York Yankees general manager is going to be wrong on that prediction, not that he should stay up nights worrying about it...

    Danny Knobler Written by Danny Knobler about 11 months ago 37,585 reads 31 comments

  5. Kinsler Tears Mariners Apart

    The usually reliable Mark Lowe gives up a two-run homer to Ian Kinsler in the eighth inning — Kinsler's second of the game — to push the Tigers past the Mariners , 5-4...

    Jefferson Powers Written by Jefferson Powers about 11 months ago 22 reads 0 comments

  6. Bullpen Woes Resurface as Mariners Drop Finale

    Mark Teixeira belted his 23rd home run of the season over the right-field fence for a go-ahead shot that lifted the Yankees to a 2-1 victory over the Mariners on Sunday at Yankee Stadium...

    Kyle Brown Written by Kyle Brown about 11 months ago 99 reads 0 comments

  7. Hard to Keep Confidence in GM Zduriencik

    While the Mariners were away for the All-Star break, Safeco Field celebrated its Sweet 16 birthday. Boy, time flies. I remember back at the delivery, when everyone fawned over the cute little fella and gushed about how bright the future would be...

    Jenn Leser Written by Jenn Leser about 11 months ago 67 reads 0 comments

  8. Mariners SP Hisashi Iwakuma Strikes out Five in Win

    Mariners starting pitcher Hisashi Iwakuma was very impressive during his start against the Yankees on Saturday...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 11 months ago 504 reads 0 comments

  9. Cano Homers Twice for Mariners in 4-3 Win over Yankees

    NEW YORK -- Robinson Cano snapped a season-long slump with a pair of two-run homers against his former team, Hisashi Iwakuma pitched neatly into the sixth and the Seattle Mariners held on to beat the New York Yankees 4-3 Saturday...

    Ilario Huober Written by Ilario Huober about 11 months ago 3,422 reads 0 comments

  10. Cano's Two-Run Home Run

    Ilario Huober Written by Ilario Huober about 11 months ago 319 reads 0 comments

  11. Mariners Have Little Choice Beyond Playing Better in the Second Half

    NEW YORK — Lloyd McClendon knows the cameras catch everything and video lives forever. He can't escape the highlights of him as a young manager carrying a base off the field in a fit of rage over poor umpiring...

    Ilario Huober Written by Ilario Huober about 11 months ago 113 reads 0 comments

  12. Mariners' 2nd-Half Push Will Have to Wait After Loss

    NEW YORK — The much-needed push the Seattle Mariners say they require to erase the sour taste of a disappointing first half is on hold for at least one more day...

    Jenn Leser Written by Jenn Leser about 12 months ago 56 reads 0 comments

  13. Seager Only Bright Spot in Seattle's Loss

    NEW YORK — He is no longer that kid in the Mariners uniform. The one oozing with talent that tantalized Seattle fans for seven seasons before exiting to the Texas Rangers and the largest contract in baseball history at the time...

    Jenn Leser Written by Jenn Leser about 12 months ago 16 reads 0 comments

  14. Lloyd McClendon Says He's Going to Run a Tighter Ship in the Second Half

    Ilario Huober Written by Ilario Huober about 12 months ago 76 reads 0 comments

  15. Mariners' 1st-Half Grades Reflect a Poor Start to the Season

    The only thing that saves this from being an F is the production of Nelson Cruz and the approach at the plate of Seth Smith. The Mariners hit .236, which was last in the American League ...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 12 months ago 71 reads 0 comments

  16. Mariners Look to Put Together Second-Half Run

    A Mariners team carrying high expectations for 2015 hit the All-Star break with a frustrating 41-48 record, leading manager Lloyd McClendon to say things need to improve in a hurry for his club when it opens play again Friday in New York...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 12 months ago 159 reads 0 comments

  17. Mariners Release Catcher Erik Kratz

    The Mariners have released catcher Erik Kratz, according to Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times (via Twitter). Kratz had been playing at Triple-A since being released by the Royals and signing a minor league deal with Seattle...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 12 months ago 420 reads 0 comments

  18. Report: Mariners Nearing Deal for Catcher

    The Mariners are close to striking a deal for a backstop, Jon Morosi of FOX Sports reports on Twitter. The report does not give any indication of the identities of the player or the other team involved in talks...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 12 months ago 726 reads 0 comments

  19. Seattle Mariners Trade Rumors: Tracking Hot Updates, News and Reaction

    Quite frankly, the biggest move that the Seattle Mariners could make between now and the July 31 trade deadline is to figure out a way to wake Robinson Cano's bat from its continued slumber...

    Rick Weiner Written by Rick Weiner about 12 months ago 20,577 reads 19 comments

  20. MLB on Instagram: “Nelson Cruz's MLB @instagram Portrait. #ASGRedCarpet”

    Jack Dale Written by Jack Dale about 12 months ago 3 reads 0 comments

  21. Mariners' All-Stars Stay Upbeat About Turnaround in 2nd Half

    Felix Hernandez and Nelson Cruz still positive despite being one of baseball's biggest disappointments entering the All-Star break. “We are going to be fine,” Hernandez said...

    Jack Dale Written by Jack Dale about 12 months ago 66 reads 0 comments

  22. Playoffs? Mariners Playing to Keep McClendon

    The obvious conclusion while watching the Mariners butcher the game of baseball Sunday at Safeco Field was that their hearts and heads were elsewhere in anticipation of the All-Star break...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 12 months ago 62 reads 0 comments

  23. Mariners Slump Their Way into All-Star Break

    SEATTLE — If the goal Sunday for the Seattle Mariners was to put a bow on a disappointing first half…mission accomplished...

    Jenn Leser Written by Jenn Leser about 12 months ago 12 reads 0 comments

  24. McClendon: Loss to Halos 'Worst Game of Year'

    The Mariners ' messy first half of the season came to a fitting end in a 10-3 loss to the Los Angeles Angels , a performance that manager Lloyd McClendon called the worst of the year...

    Jenn Leser Written by Jenn Leser about 12 months ago 20 reads 0 comments

  25. Lineup: Gutierrez (Back) Scratched, Montero Replaces as DH

    Zach Moretti Written by Zach Moretti about 12 months ago 3 reads 0 comments