1. Starter J.A. Happ Struggles as M's Fail to Complete Sweep at Cleveland

    Happ was pulled from the game in the bottom of the third inning, the Mariners managed just two hits in seven innings off Shaun Marcum, and their bid for a three-game sweep went up in smoke early in a 6-0 loss to the Indians...

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  2. Trumbo Making Better Contact After Slow Start with Mariners

    Trumbo arrived in Seattle on June 3 in a trade with the Arizona Diamondbacks that involved M's outfield prospect Gabby Guerrero...

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  3. Mariners' Bats Wake Up in 9-3 Win over Indians

    CLEVELAND — One swing changed everything and closed the book on an unwanted franchise record for scoring futility...

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  4. 'Grand' Outing from Seager Leads Mariners to Big Win

    CLEVELAND — Entering Wednesday, the Mariners hadn't scored more than three runs in a game since May 27, a span of 13 games. It's a team-record streak of offensive futility, and the longest in the American League since 1972...

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  5. Seager Hits Grand Slam as Mariners Beat Indians

    CLEVELAND -- Kyle Seager, batting cleanup in place of ailing Nelson Cruz, hit a grand slam, doubled and drove in five runs to lead the Seattle Mariners past the Cleveland Indians 9-3 Wednesday night...

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  6. Seager's grand slam

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  7. Seattle Mariners: Robinson Cano's Slump and Why He Is Due for a Hot Streak Soon

    Last year, in the first year of his 10-year, $240 million contract, Robinson Cano had a terrific season. His 14 home runs tied a career low, but he scored and drove in enough runs to anchor a Seattle squad that missed a Wild Card spot by one game...

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  8. Mariners Eke out a 3-2 Victory, but Nelson Cruz Leaves with Back Spasms

    CLEVELAND — It was another ironic moment in a Mariners season that has seen its fair share of them. .....

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  9. Cruz Leaves Game with Back Spasms

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  10. Cruz Leaves Game with Apparent Injury

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  11. Breaking Down the Twitter Buzz Surrounding the Mariners' MLB Draft so Far

    Before the 2015 season started, the Seattle Mariners were praised by many for their impressive pitching staff. With its first two picks in this year's MLB draft, the Mariners boosted their rotation by adding more depth...

    Curtis Calhoun Written by Curtis Calhoun about 27 days ago 545 reads 0 comments

  12. 3 Players Seattle Mariners Should Consider Dealing at the Deadline

    Following an offseason full of hype, the Seattle Mariners have been a massive disappointment in 2015, posting a 25-32 record so far. The problem once again has been offense, despite offseason acquisitions Seth Smith and Nelson Cruz hitting well...

    Nathaniel Reeves Written by Nathaniel Reeves about 28 days ago 2,995 reads 3 comments

  13. M's Take Pair of Pitchers on 1st Day of Draft

    SEATTLE (AP) — The Seattle Mariners have selected high school pitcher Nick Neidert and college pitcher Andrew Moore with their two selections on the first day of the Major League Baseball draft...

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  14. Tampa Bay's Chris Archer Shuts Down Mariners in 3-1 Victory

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  15. Game Recap: Mariners 2, Rays 1

    The streak is over. And the Mariners might – might – have a new closer. Those revelations came Saturday night during Seattle's 2-1 win over Tampa Bay , which snapped a seven-game losing streak...

    Zach Moretti Written by Zach Moretti about 30 days ago 44 reads 0 comments

  16. Cano out of Today's Game vs. Rays

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  17. Jackson's Homer Helps Mariners End 7-Game Skid

    There's this between-innings announcement running these days at Safeco Field that tells us that June is National Smith Month.....

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  18. Felix Gets 9th Win as Losing Streak Ends at 7

    The doors to the Mariners ' bullpen opened. And there was a momentary pause from fans as a gangly figure appeared and began loping his way to the pitcher's mound and it wasn't Fernando Rodney...

    Scott Slocombe Written by Scott Slocombe about 1 month ago 22 reads 0 comments