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Gerrit Cole pitches three-hitter as Pirates rout Mariners

Gerrit Cole pitched a three-hitter for his first career complete game and slumping Andrew McCutchen had a three-run home run among his three hits as the Pittsburgh Pirates rolled to …

Felix Hernandez earns first win in more than two months as Mariners top Pirates

Felix Hernandez settled down after a shaky start and picked up his first victory in more than two months when the Seattle Mariners topped the Pittsburgh Pirates 7-4 on Tuesday …

Nelson Cruz has two homers, seven RBIs as Mariners thump Blue Jays

Hisashi Iwakuma pitched six innings to win his fifth straight start, Nelson Cruz hit his ninth career grand slam and homered twice, and the Mariners matched a season high with …

James Paxton pitches seven solid innings as Mariners beat Blue Jays

By lifting his arm a little, James Paxton got a big lift from his curveball.

Adam Lind’s future with Mariners uncertain despite several big hits

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.

Mistakes on basepaths cost Mariners in loss to Kansas City

Salvador Perez homered and made a key pick-off throw Saturday to help the Kansas City Royals beat the Seattle Marines 5-3.

Mariners blow 3-0 lead, fall to Royals on Salvador Perez’s two-run double in ninth

Salvador Perez ripped a double off the wall in the ninth inning, scoring Whit Merrifield and Jarrod Dyson and giving the Kansas City Royals a 4-3 victory over the Seattle …

Mariners’ losing streak hits six after Tigers win on wild pitch in 10th inning

Pinch runner Cameron Maybin easily scored on a bases-loaded wild pitch by Steve Cishek with two outs in the 10th inning Thursday, giving the Detroit Tigers a 5-4 win over …

James Paxton’s strong start can’t get Mariners over June swoon

Mike Aviles drove in the tiebreaking run with an infield single in the eighth inning, and the Detroit Tigers went on to beat the Seattle Mariners 4-2 on Tuesday night.

Rays beat Mariners on bases-loaded walk in 13th inning

Mike Montgomery walked Logan Morrison with the bases loaded in the 13th inning to bring in the winning run in the Tampa Bay Rays’ 3-2 win over the Seattle Mariners …

Mariners promote highly regarded reliever Edwin Diaz

The tantalizing power that right-hander Edwin Diaz potentially lends to the Seattle Mariners’ bullpen finally proved too much to resist.

Mariners notebook: Martin to disabled list; Romero recalled from Tacoma

Center fielder Leonys Martin was placed on the 15-day disabled list roughly two hours prior to Friday’s series opener against Minnesota when an examination revealed a strained left hamstring.

Mariners’ Ketel Marte getting better each game

Scott Servais has called it “swag.” It’s a word the Mariners’ manager likely heard from his daughters or one of his players. He also has used “confidence” and “belief” in …

Mariners catcher Chris Iannetta avoiding slow start that plagued him a year ago

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.

M’s notes: Seth Smith says groin ailment no longer a problem

NEW YORK — Outfielder Seth Smith is back to the strength-building stage in his recovery from a nagging groin injury that surfaced midway through spring training. “The groin is fine,” …

Blanchette: Winning will deflect any criticism of Scott Servais’ lack of experience

They came home with a buzz about them, not necessarily a Seattle Mariners tradition here in April.

Scott Servais’ 1st win for Mariners is chippy 10-2 rout of Texas

Nelson Cruz hit one of four Seattle homers, fellow former Texas player Leonys Martin had a tiebreaking double and the Mariners bounced back from an opening day loss to beat …

Hamels, Rangers win with 1 hit, beat Hernandez, Mariners

Cole Hamels handed Felix Hernandez his first opening day loss and the Texas Rangers managed to win with just one hit, beating the Seattle Mariners 3-2 Monday.

Deja debut: Seattle’s Servais takes after Texas’ Banister

Seattle’s Scott Servais will soon be where Jeff Banister was with Texas a year ago – making his debut as a big league manager and hoping to lift a team …

Robinson Cano caps strong spring to help Mariners down Rockies

Robinson Cano hit an RBI double in his final at-bat of spring training and Nathan Karns was sharp over six innings as the Seattle Mariners beat the Colorado Rockies 8-5 …

2016 MLB preview: Overhauled Mariners great unknown in A.L. West

Through all the various remodels over the course of too many lost seasons there have been two constants for Seattle baseball for the past decade: Felix Hernandez and missing the …

Mariners acquire Vincent from Padres

The road from San Diego to Seattle is never shorter than in spring training. All reliever Nick Vincent had to do Wednesday was walk across the parking lot at the …

Mariners notes: Joel Peralta makes opening-day roster

Veteran reliever Joel Peralta, once a long shot as a nonroster invite, didn’t hide the sense of personal satisfaction that accompanied the recent news that he would open the season …

Mariners hold off Dodgers after closer Steve Cishek struggles

It got wild at the end Saturday, which wasn’t a good thing since the Seattle Mariners had their closer on the mound, but Steve Cishek stranded the tying and go-ahead …

Mariners’ new philosophy seems to be working

It’s just 23 spring games, so the sample size is hardly definitive, but the Mariners’ CTZ movement already shows signs of taking hold.

Reliever Tony Zych survives shaky ninth inning in Mariners victory

It is the nature of spring training that Mariners reliever Tony Zych might have proved more Friday by turning a three-run lead into a 5-4 victory over the San Francisco …

Mariners learning to be patient with defensive shifts

Part of the learning process this spring for the Mariners in implementing an increased reliance on defensive shifts is the reality that the maneuver is going to backfire on occasions.

Mariners putting increased emphasis this spring on pitch framing

One of the game’s nuances is getting extra treatment this spring in Mariners’ camp: pitch framing by catchers. And it’s not just because new manager Scott Servais is a former …

Mariners notebook: Scott Servais not expecting 30 starts from James Paxton

There are no limits this year on oft-injured lefty James Paxton in terms of starts or innings. Instead, Mariners manager Scott Servais chooses to speak through a prism of viable …

Taijuan Walker looking to build on success of last season’s closing months

The official line this spring is right-hander Taijuan Walker is pitching to keep his job in the Mariners’ rotation.