1. 3 Biggest Takeaways for Seattle Mariners Following MLB Opening Week

    The Seattle Mariners completed an up-and-down first week of the 2015 season with a 8-7 win against the Oakland Athletics on Sunday...

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  2. Cruz's Homer Allows Mariners to Survive Rodney's Meltdown

    OAKLAND, Calif. — Just another roller-coaster ride Sunday at the O.co Coliseum and, this time, the Mariners escaped with a wild 8-7 victory over the Oakland Athletics in 10 innings...

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  3. After Blowing Lead, Mariners Rally for 8-7 Victory in 10 Innings

    Nelson Cruz hits a solo homer in the 10th inning after the M's and Fernando Rodney squandered a 7-3 lead entering the ninth.....

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  4. Nelson Cruz Homers in 10th, Lifts Mariners over Athletics

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  5. King Felix Exits vs. A's with Quad Tightness

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  6. Felix Hernandez Injury: Updates on Mariners Star's Quad and Return

    Seattle Mariners ace pitcher Felix Hernandez left Sunday's game against the Oakland Athletics due to tightness in his right quad. However, he is expected to make his next scheduled start Saturday...

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  7. Cruz's Three-Run Home Run

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  8. Walker hit hard in Mariners' 12-0 loss to A's

    Seattle Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon says it's too early to worry about his team's sluggish start this season...

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  9. Taijuan Walker, Mariners Roughed Up in 12-0 Loss to A's

    The old adage was uttered so many times over the six-week period of Cactus League games by manager Lloyd McClendon and the rest of the Mariners that it became a constant, like the sun-drenched days in Arizona ...

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  10. Walk-Up Intro Music for All the 2015 Seattle Mariners

    As the sold-out crowd at Safeco Field on Monday can attest, there's nothing quite like going to the ballpark to soak up some sun and watch some baseball.....

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  11. Seattle Mariners Panic Level: Don't Overreact After 1-2 Start

    Boy, Monday's season-opener sure was a good start: The Seattle Mariners put up 10 hits in their 4-1 victory over the Los Angeles Angels , with Felix Hernandez striking out 10 in front of a sold-out Safeco Field crowd...

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  12. McClendon on Mariners Future

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  13. M's Can't Bounce Back from Rough Start vs. Halos

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  14. Mariners' Smith (Groin) to Miss 2nd Straight Game

    Seattle Mariners outfielder Seth Smith's lower body didn't appear ready for the workload it endured during Monday's game...

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  15. Mariners' Smith (Groin) to Miss 2nd Straight Game

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  16. Fan Catches Foul Ball with One Hand Using Full Tub of Popcorn at Mariners Game

    At the Seattle Mariners vs. Los Angeles Angels game Tuesday night, the Angels' David Freese rocked a foul ball into the stands—and a fan wearing a Robinson Cano jersey had a choice to make...

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  17. LA's Wilson Sends Mariners' New-Look, Right-Handed Lineup to 2-0 Loss

    SEATTLE — So much for their Seattle Mariners ' revamped right-handed lineup, the one that added three veteran bats to make it less susceptible to left-handed opponents. The first time out, Tuesday night, was a complete zero...

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  18. Lineup: Weeks at DH, Leading off vs. Angels

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  19. MLB Trade Rumors: Padres Looking to Acquire Starlin Castro?

    The MLB season is just one day in, and already the San Diego Padres are looking for another blockbuster deal that could land them another All-Star player...

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  20. Mariners Make a Jaded Baseball Town Spring Back to Life

    In a 4-1 victory over the Los Angeles Angels on Monday, the Mariners started the season with a solid win and made an important first impression that legitimizes their preseason hype...

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  21. 3 Mariners Who Will Be Surprise All Stars in 2015

    The Mariners ' Are Flush with Stars, but I Believe There Will Be a Few Players Who Will Breakthrough in 2015.....

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  22. McClendon: Felix 'Charged Up Fans' with Performance

    The Seattle Mariners are World Series favorites in some circles because they finally added some offensive firepower to the lineup with the likes of Robinson Cano last year and Nelson Cruz this year...

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  23. Mariners Get Right Foot Forward to Start 2015

    It doesn't guarantee them a spot in the postseason — a place seemingly everyone expects them to go. It's one of 162, meaning there are 161 to play...

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  24. Mariners Announce Opening Day Lineup vs. Angels

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  25. Top Candidates to Enjoy Breakout Seasons for Seattle Mariners in 2015

    With a 6-3 win against the Colorado Rockies on Saturday, the Seattle Mariners wrapped up spring training and will now fly back to the Pacific Northwest for Opening Day...

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