1. Seattle Mariners Make Some Moves Before Camp Ends

    Brandon Morrow will close for the Mariners. And now, this guy leaves the Mariners: Tyler Walker. The Mariners signed Walker to an one-year contract in January and was one of the Mariners' closer candidate...

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  2. Rate Every Player on the Seattle Mariners' (Projected) Opening-Day Roster

    Thanks to Jack Zduriencik, the Mariners looks like they are better team than they looked at the end of last season. Zduriencik is clearly leading this team to right direction. Team chemistry looks good with the returning of Ken Griffey Jr...

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  3. Seattle Mariners' Position Race: Starting Rotation

    The Mariners have way too many starters. It includes young guys (Felix Hernandez, Brandon Morrow, Ryan Rowland-Smith, Garrett Olson) and veterans (Jarrod Washburn, Carlos Silva, Erik Bedard)...

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  4. Seattle Mariners' To-Do List: Get Rid of These Four Players

    The Mariners have a lot to do to rebuild their team. Jack Zduriencik, our new GM, started by bringing some young talents like Mike Carp, Jesus Delgado, Garrett Olson and so on...

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  5. Seattle Mariners' Surprises This Spring: Messanger, Cedeno, Tuiasosopo, Branyan

    The Mariners started to fall apart, after going 4-0 in the first four spring training games, now 7-8 after losing to the White Sox. If you are an M's fan (like me), you should be mad at this point, saying what's wrong with this team...

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  6. Seattle Mariners Position Race: Catcher

    Our starting catcher, Kenji Johjima, struggled real bad last season, which was a huge disappointment after signing him to a three-year extension, former GM Bill Bavasi's last TERRIBLE move...

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  7. Seattle Mariners' Successful Off-season Continues as M's Ink Chad Cordero

    Jack Zduriencik continues his quest to rebuild the Mariners, as he inked former Washington Nationals closer Chad Cordero to a minor-league contract. Cordero will continue to rehab from the surgery to repair a labrum tear...

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  8. Reviewing the Seattle Mariners' Successful Offseason

    We all want to forget last year. Nothing went our way. Key players getting hurt (Erik Bedard, J.J. Putz), slumping players (Miguel Batista, Carlos Silva, Jarrod Washburn.....

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  9. Seattle Mariners Position Race: First Base

    Our previous starting first baseman, Richie Sexson, left Seattle during last season (or was forced to leave)...

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  10. Ichiro, Japan Crushes Korea, Clinching Second Round Seed in WBC

    After going 0-for-5 against China, Ichiro heats up for Japan. Defending WBC champion Japan crushed Korea 14-2, clinching their second round seed in San Diego...

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  11. Eyes Tell the Truth: The Seattle Mariners Final Move of the Winter?

    After disappointing 101-loss season, despite their payroll reached well over $100 million, the winter in Seattle has been cold (NFL's Seahawks missed the playoff for the first time ...

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  12. Ben Sheets Has No "Sheet" of Paper to Sign

    Too bad for former Brewers' ace Ben Sheets. He is still unsigned for next season. It's true that the economy is so bad that only 50 percent of free agents (Adam Dunn, Bobby Abreu are still free) are signed...

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  13. 2009 MLB Draft: Seattle Mariners' First Round

    The Mariners have two picks in the first round, one of their own, and one from the Phillies for signing Raul Ibanez. So here's the projection on who the Mariners are going to draft...

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  14. The Seattle Mariners Avoid Arbitration with Erik Bedard and Aaron Heilman

    After avoiding arbitration with ace Felix Hernandez, the Mariners also avoided arbitration with left handed starter Erik Bedard and right handed reliever Aaron Heilman. Bedard will get paid $7...

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  15. A Look at the 2009 Seattle Mariners: Hitters

    The Mariners lost 101 games last season. Their hitting was a huge problem. Now with Raul Ibanez departure, the Mariners will see huge downgrade in their lineup. Here's what the Mariners got this offseason...

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  16. The Seattle Mariners Hopes To See Josh Fields in Peoria

    The Seattle Mariners hopes to see future closer Josh Fields at the spring training (in Peoria, AZ), if Fields signs by then. The Mariners drafted former Georgia closer on 20th pick in the first round...

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  17. Who Should the Mariners Sign from This Year's Free Agent Pool?

    So Spring Training is about a month away. The Mariners are not a contender this season, or probably next season, but who should the Mariners sign in order for them to make their team closer ...

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  18. The Seattle Mariners Must Improve Team Chemistry: Trade Ichiro Right Now!

    The Mariners must improve team chemistry, more than their team roster. At the end of last season, the Seattle Times reported that one of the Mariners player tried to knock Ichiro out...

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  19. Early Look at MLB's Free Agents in 2010

    It's bit early to see next year's free agents, since 2009 season hasn't even started yet, but there's some big names out there for 2010...

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  20. Adam Dunn Has No Place to Go If He Wants to Play OF

    Adam Dunn is still unemployed for 2009. Maybe surprising if this is a case last year, but this year's offseason has been slow. True, but Dunn wants to play outfield, so his option of going to an American League team is dead at this point...

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  21. A Look at the 2009 Seattle Mariners: Pitching

    The Mariners are rebuilding their team after a disappointing 2008 season with 101 losses, while spending well over $100 million on their payroll. Here's a look at their pitchers. The Mariners made two moves, traded J...

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  22. Surprise?: Michael Young Requests Trade

    The Texas Rangers' all-star shortstop Michael Young requested trade from his team, because GM Jon Daniels plans to move him to play third base. Last month, the rumor came out that Young may get traded...

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  23. Unwelcome Return: Darius Miles' Salary Rejoins Portland Trail Blazers

    No, Miles is not back to Portland as a player. But he signed with the Memphis Grizzlies to a 10-day contract. If the Griz play Miles for two games, it will be a nightmare for the Blazers. His $18 million contract comes back to Portland's salary cap...

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  24. David Lee the Focus for Blazers, Not Darius Miles' Salary

    There have been several rumors that the Portland Trail Blazers might complete a three-way trade which would ship David Lee to Portland. This deal involves the Blazers, the New York Knicks, and the Los Angeles Clippers...

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  25. Eyes Tell the Truth: American League East and Central Hot-Stove Breakdown

    The hot stove league is going very slowly this season. Big-name free agents are still up for grab (like Derek Lowe, Manny Ramirez, Ben Sheets, Bobby Abreu)...

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