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UPDATED: Mon., July 9, 2018

Two snubbed Mariners worthy of spots in All-Star Game

The excitement of who was selected was tempered by the disappointment for who was snubbed.

Lighthearted campaign has begun to have Ichiro Suzuki compete in Home Run Derby

Scott Servais wore an impish grin when media walked into the manager’s office of the visitor’s clubhouse a few hours before Wednesday night’s game.

UPDATED: Thu., June 21, 2018

Mariners place right-handers Juan Nicasio, Dan Altavilla on disabled list

The Seattle Mariners placed right-handers Juan Nicasio and Dan Altavilla on the 10-day disabled list, recalled infielder Daniel Vogelbach, and purchased the contract of right-hander Mike Morin from Triple-A Tacoma.

UPDATED: Mon., June 4, 2018

Adversity hasn’t derailed Mariners thanks to Scott Servais, Jerry Dipoto

It’s become an annual ritual to predict, in advance, how and why and sometimes even when the Mariners’ season was going to fall apart – which shortcoming would be the …

UPDATED: Sun., May 27, 2018

Out of Right Field: Roster moves aplenty

The Mariners might need to consider nametags on the front of their jerseys after making seven roster moves Sunday with another due before Monday’s series opener against the Texas Rangers …

News coming on length of Robinson Cano’s stint on the disabled list

The Seattle Mariners say they will have a better idea on the projected length of Robinson Cano’s recovery time after the second baseman is examined by a hand specialist in …

Out of Right Field: Gordon’s streak comes to end

Dee Gordon was finally held hitless this season.

UPDATED: Sun., April 1, 2018

Out of Right Field: Injury bug hits M’s … AGAIN!

The Mariners couldn’t make it through the first week of the season unscathed.

Ichiro to get start for Mariners on Opening Day

It was like he’d never left. Well, there are a few more grays in his close-cropped hair now. But there was an odd feeling of deja vu, watching Ichiro sit …

UPDATED: Mon., Feb. 19, 2018

David Phelps hoping for healthy season in Mariners’ bullpen

When Seattle traded for reliever David Phelps last July, Mariners manager Scott Servais believed his team was adding a player that could help the team reach the postseason.

UPDATED: Thu., Sept. 28, 2017

Mariners need to make another big offseason splash

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 …

Mariners set dubious record by using 40 pitchers this season

Can you name all 40 pitchers who have appeared in a game for the Mariners this season?

Seattle baseball writers select Nelson Cruz as Mariners player of year

Nelson Cruz is already reaping rewards for a record-breaking season that has him poised to lead the American League in runs batted in for the first time in his 13-year …

Mariners will begin September with much-needed reinforcements

Long-awaited reinforcements begin arriving Friday for the Mariners prior to their series opener against Oakland at Safeco Field.

UPDATED: Sat., July 15, 2017

Seattle Mariners notes: Rookie right-hander Sam Gaviglio may be recalled

Call it a soft commitment, but rookie right-hander Sam Gaviglio is likely to be recalled next week from Triple-A Tacoma when the Mariners need a fifth starter for their rotation.

Injuries force Mariners to play the waiting game

Manager Scott Servais knows it’s a cliche and he regrets using it as often as he has in recent weeks. At times, he’s even apologetic. But this is where he …

Mariners notes: Seattle won’t risk using Nelson Cruz as outfielder in Philadelphia

Nelson Cruz’s sore left hamstring is feeling better, but it’s not good enough, manager Scott Servais believes, to risk possible renewed problems by playing in the outfield for the first …

Seattle Mariners option Ariel Miranda; bullpen begins to take shape

It’s crunch time for the Mariners in firming up their bullpen for the regular season after a series of roster-thinning moves over the weekend that saw five pitchers shuttled to …

Mariners have decisions to make before opening day

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 …

New Mariners first baseman Dan Vogelbach turning heads in camp

Sometimes a cliche says it best. Fact is, Mariners first baseman Dan Vogelbach arrived this spring in, yes, the best shape of his life after an offseason spent resculpturing his …

Seattle Mariners notes: Projected right fielder Mitch Haniger makes biggest impression in camp

There was no hesitation Thursday from Mariners manager Scott Servais when asked who had created the best early impression in camp.

Ready, set … stop: Rain washes out Mariners’ first full-squad workout

The anticipation and excitement of the Mariners’ first full-squad workout was washed away by precipitation in the Phoenix area. With rain falling all day Saturday and through the night into …

M’s free agent Dae-Ho Lee concentrates on playing time

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 …

Mariners’ playoff chances take hit after Astros’ big inning

George Springer had three hits, including a two-run double during a six-run sixth inning, and the Houston Astros beat the Seattle Mariners 8-4 on Tuesday night.

Robinson Cano’s four hits, Nelson Cruz’s homer lead Mariners over Twins

Robinson Cano had four hits and two RBIs, and Nelson Cruz added a towering two-run homer among his four RBIs as the struggling Seattle Mariners’ offense got back on track …

Taijuan Walker’s season scrapes bottom as Angels swamp M’s

Taijuan Walker’s season, which began with such promise, continued its downward spiral Saturday when he failed to make it through the first inning of the Mariners’ 10-3 loss to the …

Mariners lose on Rougned Odor’s two-run homer in ninth

Rougned Odor hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the ninth inning Tuesday and the American League-best Texas Rangers beat the Seattle Mariners 8-7.

Gary Sanchez homers again, Masahiro Tanaka rolls as Yankees blank Mariners

SEATTLE – For the first time in a month, the offense that helped lift the Seattle Mariners back into playoff contention went absent and on a day Hisashi Iwakuma was …

Mariners notes: James Paxton closes in on return

The last remaining hurdle for Mariners lefty James Paxton is the day-after test in his bid to recover from an Aug. 7 line drive that struck his elbow in a …