1. 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...

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  2. 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...

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  3. 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...

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

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  5. Video: 108-Year-Old Woman Throws out First Pitch

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  6. Iwakuma Goes 8 Innings, Mariners Beat Angels 5-0

    SEATTLE -- Hisashi Iwakuma pitched eight strong innings in his second game back from the disabled list and Mark Trumbo had two RBI singles to lead the Seattle Mariners to a 5-0 victory over the Los Angeles Angels on Saturday night...

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  7. How Edgar Martinez Is Already Making Mariners Hitters Better

    Mariners great Edgar Martinez took over as Seattle's batting coach less than three weeks ago, but already his impact is being felt up and down the batting order. Here's why his presence has made the Mariners better hitters — and better people...

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  8. What Mariners Should Expect from Montero

    Given Seattle's precarious position in the American League West, and given that their offense ranks among the worst in the Majors, the Mariners are a terrible week or two away from becoming sellers...

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  9. Bullpen Can't Salvage Any Hope of Rally Against Angels

    The Mariners ' well-documented offensive issues couldn't be overcome by a bullpen that too often has been ineffective, including Friday in their 7-3 loss to the LA Angels ...

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  10. Jackson Won't Play This Weekend Unless He's Feeling 'Great'

    SEATTLE — Center fielder Austin Jackson could return to the Seattle Mariners before the All-Star break. All he has to do is meet manager Lloyd McClendon's standard...

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  11. Lineup: Montero at 1B, Jackson Sitting

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  12. Hernandez Gets 11th Win, Mariners Beat Angels 7-2

    Felix Hernandez threw seven shutout innings to become the third pitcher with at least 11 wins before the All-Star break, Logan Morrison hit the first leadoff home run of his career ...

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  13. Hernandez in Top Form Before Mariners Pull Away for 7-2 Victory over Angels

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  14. Furbush to DL, Nuno Recalled Among 4 Moves

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  15. Jackson (Back) Gets Treatment, Could Play Fri.

    Mariners center fielder Austin Jackson will not play on Thursday against the Angels after back spasms forced him out of Wednesday's game, per MLB .com...

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  16. Remember Him? Mariners Recall Montero

    SEATTLE — The numbers that first baseman Jesus Montero put up at Triple-A Tacoma finally become too much for the Seattle Mariners to ignore...

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  17. Remember Him? Mariners Reportedy Recall Montero

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  18. Jackson (Back) Gets Treatment, Could Play Fri.

    McClendon says OF Austin Jackson getting treatment for back spasms. Unlikely to be available tonight but could be able to play Friday...

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  19. Remember Him? Mariners Reportedy Recall Montero

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  20. Furbush to DL, Nuno Recalled Among 4 Moves

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  21. 108-Year-Old Mariners Fan to Throw out First Pitch Saturday

    If you're planning on watching Saturday's Mariners game, you might want to tune in a few minutes early. History will be made before the game as 108-year-old Evelyn Jones of Woodinville will toss the ceremonial first pitch at Safeco Field...

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  22. Mariners Lose to Tigers After Going 0-for-14 with Runners in Scoring Position

    SEATTLE — Traction remains maddening elusive for the Seattle Mariners as the All-Star break approaches...

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  23. Jackson Leaves Game Early with Back Spasms

    Trade rumors started swirling when Seattle Mariners center fielder Austin Jackson was lifted from Wednesday's afternoon game against the Detroit Tigers in the fourth inning...

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  24. Jackson Leaves Game Early with Back Spasms

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  25. Cano Gives Seattle 7-6 Win over Detroit

    Robinson Cano lined an RBI single into the right-field corner with one out in the 11th inning, giving the Seattle Mariners a 7-6 win over the Detroit Tigers on Tuesday night.....

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