1. Walker Takes Step Forward in Triple-A Rehab Start

    Top Mariners pitching prospect Taijuan Walker gave up two home runs Monday at Memphis in his third Minor League rehab stint since returning from a layoff to rest his sore right shoulder, ...

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  2. Hernandez Picked as AL Player of the Week

    Felix Hernandez didn't get a victory Sunday despite a career-high 15 strikeouts over seven shutout innings, but he was selected Monday as the American League 's player of the week for June 2-8...

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  3. Lloyd McClendon Praises Mike Zunino's Job of Catching Hernandez

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  4. Hernandez's Game Reminiscent of Perfection

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  5. Ninth-Inning Explosion Shows You Cant Count Out Ms

    If the Seattle Mariners end up qualifying for the playoffs — and there's no reason to believe they can't — Sunday will be recalled as the game that defined their season...

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  6. Saunders Expects to Play 'In Another Day or So'

    ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. — Outfielder Michael Saunders expects to return to the Mariners ' lineup “in another day or so” after an examination of his sore right shoulder revealed no structural damage...

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  7. Ackley Fuels Big Inning in Mariners' 7-4 Win

    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Seattle Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon believes Dustin Ackley can be the best player in the ballpark on any given day. Saturday against the Tampa Bay Rays proved to be one of those days...

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  8. Mariners 7, Rays 4 — a Bounce Back Game for Seattle

    A day after getting shutout and looking quite ineffective, the Mariners ' bats came to life on Saturday in the sterile, shopping mall-like environs of Tropicana Field. .....

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  9. Rays end Seattles streak at 5 games

    The Mariners got a reminder of the pitcher they hoped Erik Bedard could be when they traded for him before the 2008 season. But that glimpse came in 2014 with Bedard throwing against them...

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  10. Analyzing Seattle Mariners' Early-Round Picks in 2014 MLB Draft

    With Robinson Cano and Felix Hernandez tying up a lot of money over the next few years, the Seattle Mariners are going to need to draft and develop well to surround the two superstars with the right pieces...

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  11. Mariners-Rays Preview

    Circumstances have called for manager Lloyd McClendon to do so some unconventional things, but few will question his motives if the Seattle Mariners keep winning...

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  12. Pick No. 74 nets power-hitting outfielder Morgan

    If you sensed a theme on the opening day of the Mariners ' First-Year Player Draft on Thursday, scouting director Tom McNamara won't disagree...

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  13. Gareth Morgan: Prospect Profile for Seattle Mariners' No. 74 Overall Pick

    Player: Gareth Morgan Drafted by: Seattle Mariners Position: OF DOB: 4/12/1996 (Age: 18) Height/Weight: 6'4", 210 lbs Bats/Throws: ...

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  14. Mariners Take High School Standout Jackson

    A Mariners team looking to add offensive punch found a perfect match in Thursday's First-Year Player Draft, landing San Diego prep standout Alex Jackson with the sixth overall pick in the first round...

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  15. How Close Is Seattle Mariners' Mike Zunino to Reaching His Ceiling?

    When the Seattle Mariners selected Mike Zunino with the third overall pick of the 2012 MLB draft, they hoped he could reach the major leagues and contribute quickly. Nobody could have predicted just how fast Zunino would rise...

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  16. Alex Jackson: Prospect Profile for Seattle Mariners' 1st-Round Pick

    Player: Alex Jackson Position: C/OF DOB: 12/25/1995 (Age: 18) Height/Weight: 6’2”, 215 lbs Bats/Throws: R/R School: Rancho Bernardo (Calif...

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  17. 2014 Draft: Alex Jackson, C

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  18. Mariners Make It Five in a Row with 2-0 Victory over Braves

    Not a bad stopover in Georgia. The Mariners completed a two-game sweep of the Atlanta Braves with a 2-0 victory on Wednesday afternoon behind a softly dominating performance by Hisashi Iwakuma, more good bullpen work and just enough offense...

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  19. Mariners Erase Four-Run Deficit in 7-5 Victory over Braves

    ATLANTA — So this is how it's suddenly going for the Mariners ? Really? For starters, Erasmo Ramirez returned Tuesday from minors and mucked about with the type of performance that got him sent him to the minors inthe first place...

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  20. Mariners Rally from 4 Runs Down, Beat Braves

    ATLANTA — An inning into the game, the Mariners looked done. They were down 4-0 to the Atlanta Braves thanks to yet another shaky start from Erasmo Ramirez, and it seemed destined to get worse...

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  21. Buck's 2-Run Homer Powers M's Past Braves 7-5

    ATLANTA -- John Buck had three hits, including a two-run homer in the seventh inning that gave Seattle the lead, and the Mariners rallied to beat the Atlanta Braves 7-5 Tuesday night for their fourth straight win...

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  22. Lloyd McClendon Costing Seattle Mariners with Lineup Tweaks

    Lloyd McClendon has had a relatively successful first 57 games as manager of the Seattle Mariners , leading the club to a 29-28 record, including its first winning month since July 2013...

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  23. Kyle Seager 1st in Mariners History with Homer, 2 Triples and Double in 1 Game

    In Monday's game at Yankee Stadium, Seattle Mariners third baseman Kyle Seager became the first player in franchise history to hit a home run, two triples and a double in the same game, per ESPN Stats & Info ...

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  24. Mariners Demote Nick Franklin Back to Triple-A Again

    So much for that. Nick Franklin lost his spot as the Mariners ' starting second baseman when the team signed Robinson Cano for $240 million, but worked his way back into their plans as an outfielder/infielder by hitting ...

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  25. Mariners Recall RHP Ramirez, Option Franklin

    # Mariners recalled RH Erasmo Ramirez to start today's game in Atlanta . Nick Franklin optioned to Tacoma to make room on 25-man roster...

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