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With the deadline to finalize rosters going into the offseason, the Mariners added four players to their 40-man roster to protect them from the Rule 5 draft – outfielder Taylor Trammell and right-handed pitchers Juan Then, Sam Delaplane and Wyatt Mills.
When a baseball is thrown against a stucco wall with an above-average amount of velocity, it produces a dull thud that will echo off the surrounding outdoor structures and permeate throughout the building like a distant artillery report or construction work.
It took all of two days this offseason for Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto to sign a free agent for 2021.
The Seattle Mariners re-signed right-handed pitcher Kendall Graveman to a one-year contract Thursday.
With the World Series ending on Tuesday evening, Major League Baseball released the list of of players that officially became free agents under Rule XX B of the collective-bargaining agreement between MLB and its players’ union on Wednesday afternoon.
SEATTLE – The expected kudos for Kyle Lewis and his outstanding rookie season for the Seattle Mariners have started to accumulate in the past week, but he’ll have to wait a few more weeks before he can receive the most coveted of these rookie postseason awards.
Of all the players in the Seattle Mariners' organization, there isn’t anyone more driven to refine his craft and evolve than former Gonzaga standout pitcher Marco Gonzales.
SEATTLE – Even with the season nearing an end, the roster churn of trying to find affordable and controllable talent that other teams walk away from never stops for the Mariners.
SEATTLE — Seattle Mariners second baseman Dylan Moore’s season is over after he was placed on the seven-day concussion list Tuesday.
SEATTLE – That it happened with seven games remaining in the 2020 season is a product of many things – only 60 games in this season, expanded rosters, player call-ups and demotions, roster turnover through trades and the unpredictability of performance.
The Seattle Mariners have traded right-hander Taijuan Walker to the Toronto Blue Jays for a player or cash.
Beyond the win-loss record, their personal statistics or financial improvement, the Seattle Mariners continued making the fight for social justice a top priority for the 2020 season and beyond by voting unanimously to call off their game against the Padres in San Diego on Wednesday night in protest of the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Sunday.
The Seattle Mariners have designated Daniel Vogelbach for assignment barely a year after he was an All-Star selection.
SEATTLE – Dylan Moore has never viewed himself as anything but an everyday player in some way. It didn’t matter what position he was playing in the field, but he felt he could find his way into the lineup on a daily basis with his athleticism, speed, sneaky power potential and versatility.
SEATTLE – To be fair, as the Mariners have slowly climbed up from where they couldn’t go any lower, the two front-office members most often asked about the subject – general manager Jerry Dipoto and director of player development Andy McKay – still maintain that rankings from “third-party” media don’t influence their decisions.
The Mariners don’t have a definitive cause for the issues in right-hander Kendall Graveman’s neck, but they know he won’t be making his next start on Saturday against the Colorado Rockies.
SEATTLE – It could’ve been a disastrous situation for the Mariners. Instead, it should be just an issue for a few more days after some good news for catcher Austin Nola arrived Wednesday.
TACOMA – As Jarred Kelenic walked to the plate for his first at-bat at Cheney Stadium, there was no walk-up music blasting. There were no fans to cheer with excitement for seeing their prized prospect make his debut at the Triple-A level. And there wasn’t a real opposing team looking to shut him down.
With runners on first and second base in the bottom of the third inning on Friday, Dave Sims sat in a familiar spot.
The Seattle Mariners signed right-handed pitcher Brian Shaw and placed catcher Tom Murphy on the 10-day injured list in setting their 30-man roster for the start of the regular season.