1. Happ, Mariners Hold off Astros 3-2

    SEATTLE -- J.A. Happ earned his first win with the Mariners as the Seattle bullpen held off the Houston Astros 3-2 Wednesday night...

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  2. Mariners Sign Quentin for Right-Handed Power

    The Mariners have agreed to a minor league deal with outfielder Carlos Quentin, Bob Dutton of the Tacoma News Tribune reports...

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  3. What's Wrong with Taijuan Walker?

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  4. Video: Brewer – No Playoffs with This Pitching

    Jerry Brewer discusses the reasonable level of concern over the Mariners pitching issues at this point of the season.....

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  5. Young Fan Receives Foul Ball, Doesn't Care, Throws It Right Back onto Field

    When an opponent hits a home run, sometimes the fan who catches the ball will throw it back onto the field. It looks like this young fan had no idea what was happening and just wanted to throw a baseball...

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  6. Mariners Fall Short vs. Astros 7-5

    SEATTLE (AP) Luis Valbuena hit a pair of solo home runs, including a go-ahead eighth-inning shot, to give the Houston Astros a 7-5 victory over the Seattle Mariners Monday night...

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  7. Playing Patience or Panic with 4 Troubling Early-Season Seattle Mariners Starts

    After a much-anticipated buildup to the start of the season, the Seattle Mariners had a disappointing start to the year before a pair of thrilling victories last weekend gave them some momentum...

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  8. Watch: Cruz Lines Game-Winning Hit into LF

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  9. Mariners Storm Back to Beat Rangers 11-10

    SEATTLE (AP) — Austin Jackson singled in the tying run in the ninth inning, Nelson Cruz followed with a two-out single for his fifth RBI of the game, and the Seattle Mariners ...

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  10. Cruz Powers Mariners over Rangers 11-10

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  11. Felix Pitches Through Sore Quadriceps as Mariners Beat Rangers, 3-1

    Six days removed from leaving his last start due to a tight quadriceps and a twisted ankle, Felix Hernandez's health on Saturday night was an estimated “98 percent,” according to Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon...

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  12. Hernandez to the Rescue as Mariners End Losing Streak

    Of all the responsibilities associated with being a team's ace pitcher, the duty of putting an end to a losing streak is one that Felix Hernandez holds in the highest regard.....

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  13. Hernandez strikes out 12 as Seattle beats Texas 3-1

    Felix Hernandez struck out 12 over seven innings, and Mike Zunino's first home run of the season gave Seattle the lead for good as the Mariners snapped a four-game losing streak with a 3-1 win over the Texas Rangers on Saturday...

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  14. Mariners Lose Fourth Straight Game

    Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon playfully smiled when he looked around the room before Friday's game and said, “What do you want to talk about, the world coming to an end or ...

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  15. Cruz's Homers Streak Halted at 5 Games

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  16. Mariners Determined to Overcome Pitching Struggles

    SEATTLE -- A Mariners team expected to contend for its first playoff berth since 2001 has struggled out of the gate with a 3-6 start and it's not hard to point a finger at the problem...

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  17. Seattle Mariners Panic Level: Can I Please Get off the Fernando Rodney-Coaster?

    The Seattle Mariners ' 2015 season is off to a rough start. After crawling back to finish their first week .500, the M's traveled to Los Angeles for what some were calling a potential preview of the World Series...

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  18. McClendon Remains Committed to Rodney as Closer

    First things first: Fernando Rodney remains the Mariners ' closer. Two straight rocky outings haven't changed that...

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  19. 14 Years After 116-Win Record, Mariners Ready to End Playoff Drought

    LOS ANGELES — The King was on vacation when he heard the news, traveling with his family through Turkey, Austria and the Czech Republic. "I texted Robinson Cano if it was true," Felix Hernandez says...

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  20. Nelson Cruz's HR Streak a Rare Feat That Mariners Are Failing to Capitalize on

    Don't blame Nelson Cruz for the Seattle Mariners ' early-season struggles. Cruz, the Seattle Mariners' big-name, big-bat free agent signing this offseason, is leading Major League ...

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  21. Mariners Suffer Another Walk-off Loss to Dodgers

    The lesson coming out of Dodger Stadium over the last two days is the Mariners can build multi-run leads with their improved home-run pop, but their vaunted rotation can't hold them...

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  22. Taijuan Walker Struggles, Mariners Swept by Dodgers, 5-2

    This time there was no lead to give away. After two days of giving their starting pitchers comfy cushions to work with and seeing nothing come of it, the Mariners were playing from behind from the first inning on...

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  23. Watch: Cruz Blasts 6th HR in Last 5 Games

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  24. Felix Hernandez on Track to Start Saturday Vs.Rangers

    Mariners ace Felix Hernandez made an early exit from his start Sunday against the Athletics because of tightness in his right quadriceps, but it sounds like he won't have to miss a turn in Seattle's rotation...

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  25. Cruz's Solo Shot to Left

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