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Extra pieces key Mariners’ win

BALTIMORE – Opportunity is something that hasn’t always come knocking for a pair of Seattle Mariners who decided to make the most of theirs Tuesday. Throwing 7 2/3 innings of …


French, Tuiasosopo guide M’s past Orioles

BALTIMORE — Luke French took a one-hitter into the eighth inning, substitute starter Matt Tuiasosopo homered and drove in four runs, and the Seattle Mariners beat the Baltimore Orioles 4-0 …


Nationals get their man; Mariners sign 2nd-round pick

WASHINGTON – Top overall draft pick Bryce Harper and the Washington Nationals reached an agreement on a $9.9 million, five-year contract shortly before the deadline of midnight EDT Monday night. …


Mariners waste Moore’s career night in Baltimore

BALTIMORE – Adam Moore looked about as happy as any guy could be when he’d just sweated off 4 pounds in 11 innings and had a career-best night go down …


Indians pound hard-luck Felix, Mariners

CLEVELAND – A visibly peeved Felix Hernandez sat by his locker for several minutes after this loss, a 9-1 Mariners defeat Sunday against the Cleveland Indians. He rattled off a …


A’s Braden stymies M’s

SEATTLE – Daren Brown experienced two days of the win-with-pitching-or-else side of the Seattle Mariners. Wednesday, in his third game since replacing Don Wakamatsu as manager, Brown saw the or-else. …


Wakamatsu leaves graciously

SEATTLE – Less than two years ago, new general manager Jack Zduriencik called his hiring of Don Wakamatsu “the crown jewel” of his Mariners’ remodeling. He got rid of the …


It’s about time! Hernandez gets just enough run support

SEATTLE – Felix Hernandez spent an entire month waiting for his Mariners to give him enough run support to win. So, having to wait nearly six additional innings on Tuesday …


M’s problems far above field level

When times were good in the Seattle Mariners dugout, manager Don Wakamatsu loved to invoke the bounty of “belief systems,” or what apparently was a trust in his own judgments …


Mariners win in Brown’s debut

SEATTLE – Last-place Seattle welcomed interim manager Daren Brown by getting its first triple play in 15 years in a 3-1 win over the Oakland Athletics on Monday night. Brown …


Struggling Mariners fire Don Wakamatsu

The Seattle Mariners have fired manager Don Wakamatsu and three coaches in a front-office overhaul.


Vargas comes through again for Mariners

SEATTLE – Jason Vargas is entering rare territory this season for the Seattle Mariners, in both the workload and success he has attained, but don’t suggest to the left-hander that …


Vargas sparks Mariners

SEATTLE – Jason Vargas is entering rare territory this season for the Seattle Mariners, in both the workload and success he has attained, but don’t suggest to the left-hander that …


Chen baffles M’s

SEATTLE –The roof extended at Safeco Field on an August Saturday night wasn’t exactly typical. But another Seattle Mariners loss due to one more fruitless hitting effort was. After solving …


M’s blanked

SEATTLE – The meaning of power became an in-your-face example of what the Seattle Mariners have lacked – and what the Texas Rangers have – Thursday night at Safeco Field. …


Rangers pound M’s

SEATTLE – David Murphy hit a go-ahead, three-run home run, Michael Young added his first grand slam in three years and the first-place Texas Rangers beat the lowly Seattle Mariners …


M’s end skid

SEATTLE — Franklin Gutierrez added a little pop to a night of Seattle small ball with a go-ahead solo homer in the fifth, and the Mariners snapped their seven-game losing …


M’s stick with skip

SEATTLE — Seattle general manager Jack Zduriencik said Tuesday he’s sticking behind manager Don Wakamatsu for now despite the worst July in franchise history. Zduriencik and Wakamatsu spoke before Tuesday’s …


Mariners snap losing skid

SEATTLE — Franklin Gutierrez added a little pop to a night of Seattle small ball with a go-ahead solo homer in the fifth, and the Mariners snapped their seven-game losing …


Analysis: Worst M’s team?

SEATTLE — The 1978 Mariners lost 104 games, but they had a rock-solid excuse. Those M’s were a second-year expansion team, comprised of spare parts from other organizations and raw …


M’s losing patience

MINNEAPOLIS – Russell Branyan is about as low-key, steady-as-she-goes as a ballplayer can get. But even a master of understatement had a tough time downplaying this Mariners free fall after …


Mariners finish July with 6-22 record

MINNEAPOLIS — Kevin Slowey pitched eight sparkling innings, Joe Mauer had three hits and the Minnesota Twins beat the Seattle Mariners 4-0 on Saturday night for their seventh consecutive win. …


Twins dispatch Mariners

MINNEAPOLIS — Matt Capps worked a scoreless ninth inning for a save in his first appearance with the Minnesota Twins, preserving a 5-3 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Friday …


White Sox bag Mariners

CHICAGO — Ramon Castro homered twice and Paul Konerko went deep for the fourth straight game Thursday night, leading the Chicago White Sox to their 11th consecutive home victory, 9-5 …


White Sox wear down Vargas

CHICAGO – A shrugging Jason Vargas admitted there isn’t much he can do to guard against the downside of an innings count climbing faster than his team’s loss total. Vargas …


Rowland-Smith, M’s take an awful beating

CHICAGO – This latest outing by struggling Mariners left-hander Ryan Rowland-Smith ranked right up there in sports lore with Randall “Tex” Cobb stumbling through 15 rounds against a murderous Larry …


White Sox clobber Mariners

CHICAGO — This latest outing by struggling Seattle Mariners left-hander Ryan Rowland-Smith ranked right up there in sports lore with Randall “Tex” Cobb trying to go 15 rounds with Larry …


Saunders helps M’s split with Red Sox

SEATTLE – Michael Saunders lined a two-run single off Boston reliever Hideki Okajima in the bottom of the eighth inning to give Seattle the lead, Milton Bradley’s squeeze bunt added …


Saunders sparks M’s again

SEATTLE – Michael Saunders lined a two-run single off Boston reliever Hideki Okajima in the bottom of the eighth inning to give Seattle the lead, Milton Bradley’s squeeze bunt added …


M’s rally late

SEATTLE – The zero that remained on the scoreboard as Boston’s Jon Lester kept rolling through Seattle’s offense was certainly being noticed in the Mariners’ dugout. “We were all talking …