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Seattle Mariners birthday boy Felix Hernandez (31) makes his 51st career start against the Los Angeles Angels tonight, tying Catfish Hunter (also born this day, 71 years ago) for the second-most career starts against the Angels.
The Seattle Mariners open up a three-game weekend series against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (of Orange County of the State of California in the United States of America).
The Seattle Mariners try to finally break into the win column on Thursday in the last of a four-game opening series against the Houston Astros. After the game, the team will go to Anaheim for a three-game set with the Angels before finally heading back to Seattle for the home opener on Monday.
The Mariners’ four full-season affiliates open their seasons on Thursday.
The Seattle Mariners finally scratched out a run on Tuesday after 12
The Seattle Mariners open the regular season in Houston against the Astros at 5:10 p.m. PT. Felix Hernandez makes his club-record 10th Opening Day start against Houston’s Dallas Keuchel.
Veteran right-hander Mark Lowe is back with the Mariners for the third time in his career after agreeing to a minor-league deal just four days after being released by Detroit. Once Lowe passes a physical examination, he will report to Triple-A Tacoma.
Left-hander Drew Smyly to undergo examination after feeling “a little soggy” Tuesday in his between-starts bullpen workout.
In a somewhat surprising move, the Seattle Mariners optioned 1B Dan Vogelbach to triple-A Tacoma on Thursday before their spring training game against the San Francisco Giants.
Right-hander Cody Martin knows from experience what happens when you worry about what you can’t control.
Utilityman Shawn O’Malley was scheduled to undergo an emergency appendectomy Tuesday night after being hospitalized earlier in the day because of severe stomach cramps.
The Seattle Mariners open the season two weeks from Monday at Minute Maid Park in Houston, and an interminable spring training lengthened by the World Baseball Classic will come to an end. Seattle returns all but one of its remaining players absent from big-league camp because of the WBC on Tuesday and will begin the push to prepare for a season with postseason expectations. Barring injury, the roster seems basically set.
The deal was one and done. And lefty Drew Smyly complied.
The Mariners optioned right-handed pitcher Chase De Jong and outfielder Boog Powell to Triple-A Tacoma prior to the first game of Friday’s split-squad doubleheader.
Power reliever Shae Simmons hasn’t yet resumed throwing after being diagnosed with a strained forearm that surfaced in a March 11 outing. Once cleared, he will need to build his endurance – and camp breaks in roughly two weeks.