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It was four years ago when, seeking to jolt the franchise out of its extended doldrums, the Mariners shocked the baseball world by shelling out $240 million to sign second baseman Robinson Cano to a 10-year deal.
Can you name all 40 pitchers who have appeared in a game for the Mariners this season?
Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President and General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto announced Thursday that the club has traded outfielder Leonys Martin and cash considerations to the Chicago Cubs in exchange for a player to be named later or cash considerations.
Long-awaited reinforcements begin arriving Friday for the Mariners prior to their series opener against Oakland at Safeco Field.
General manager Jerry Dipoto argues the Mariners are making major strides in transitioning to a younger, more-athletic roster without undergoing a complete teardown
Seattle Mariners outfielder Ben Gamel has been a revelation for the team this season, batting .324 following a 2-for-4 performance on Wednesday in a 4-0 loss to the Boston Red Sox, in which he extended his most recent hitting streak to 13 games.
The Seattle Mariners added a piece to their bullpen on Thursday, trading for veteran swingman David Phelps from the Miami Marlins for a package of four minor leaguers, including outfield prospect Brayan Hernandez.
July is always fun. And this July should finish on a real enjoyable roll. That's because it's trade season in major league baseball. And we may finally find out if the 2017 version of the Mariners is a true playoff contender.
The needs are obvious. The direction isn’t. For the Mariners and general manager Jerry Dipoto, the next 16 games over 18 days will determine the Mariners’ immediate future, specifically the remainder of the 2017 season.
Even after all the struggles the Seattle Mariners endured during the first month of the season, general manager Jerry Dipoto is preaching patience.
Seattle Mariners GM Jerry Dipoto participated in pitcher’s fielding practice in a lighthearted competition – and showed the kids a thing or two.
The Mariners added another veteran reliever to their big-league camp roster for spring training by signing right-hander Jean Machi to a minor-league deal.
Jerry Dipoto never stops tinkering with the Seattle Mariners roster. Even if it comes at the strangest of times.
SEATTLE – There’s always a “what’s next?” with Seattle Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto, and it’s no different after the blockbuster five-player trade late Wednesday that netted shortstop/leadoff hitter Jean Segura from Arizona. “Obviously, the (rotation) depth is no longer enviable,” Dipoto said, “and we will need to look to the market, whether a trade or a free agent, to try to help create a little more depth. Perhaps at the back of our rotation.
Pending free agent Dae-Ho Lee says playing time will be an important consideration once he enters the free-agent market, which could be an impediment to reaching a new deal with the Mariners.
The Mariners say they are reviewing “all internal options that are available” after tweets from the account of reserve catcher Steve Clevenger regarding a recent police shooting in Charlotte, North Carolina and the Black Lives Matter movement.
Had the Mariners not squandered a late three-run lead Thursday in losing the series opener to the Chicago White Sox, then absorbing a 9-3 thumping Saturday would go down a little easier.
Asked about his first trip back to Toronto, where he spent the first nine years of his career, Mariners first baseman Adam Lind hesitated a moment before offering a correction.
After the Seattle Mariners posted the biggest comeback in franchise history to win in San Diego 16-13 on June 2, they headed off to a series in Texas tied for the lead in the American League West Division.
Any assessment of the Mariners at this point comes with the disclaimer heading of “small sample size.” That includes veteran catcher Chris Iannetta and his .276 average.