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Lee’s gem helps Seattle snap skid

ARLINGTON, Texas — Cliff Lee was finally complete in Texas, where he struggled so much in the past. Lee threw a seven-hitter, holding the Rangers scoreless until the ninth inning, …


Baseball notebook: Sore shoulder saps Fister

Seattle Mariners starter Doug Fister was placed on the 15-day disabled list Sunday with a sore pitching shoulder. Fister is 3-3 with a 2.45 ERA in 10 starts. The right-hander …


M’s swept away by Angels

SEATTLE – Mike Napoli had four hits, including a two-run homer that snapped a seventh-inning tie and lifted the Los Angeles Angels over the Seattle Mariners 9-4 on Sunday for …


Angels sweep Mariners

SEATTLE - Mike Napoli had four hits, including a two-run homer that snapped a seventh-inning tie and lifted the Los Angeles Angels over the Seattle Mariners 9-4 on Sunday for …


Seattle bullpen withers

SEATTLE – Ryan Rowland-Smith said he had a great time in the five innings he pitched Saturday against the L.A. Angels. The left-hander, dropped to the Seattle Mariners’ bullpen last …


Angels wing past Mariners

SEATTLE — Hideki Matsui homered and drove in three runs, and Joe Saunders improved to 7-0 in his last 10 starts against Seattle as the Los Angeles Angels beat the …


Wakamatsu says Griffey wasn’t pressured to retire

SEATTLE – Mariners manager Don Wakamatsu dismissed suggestions he had tried to pressure Ken Griffey Jr. to retire, though he did say the two hadn’t spoken in more than a …


Hernandez regains form

SEATTLE – Felix Hernandez snapped a personal four-game losing streak, allowing one run over eight innings, and Jose Lopez hit a three-run homer to help the Seattle Mariners beat A.L. …


M’s Griffey calls it quits

SEATTLE – In his prime, Ken Griffey Jr. was considered the best player in baseball, on pace to rewrite the record books. Injuries derailed his chance to become the home …


Mariners top Twins in 10th

SEATTLE — Ryan Langerhans scored from second base on an infield single by Ichiro Suzuki with two outs in the bottom of the 10th and the Seattle Mariners won their …


Ken Griffey Jr. retiring at age 40

Seattle Mariners manager Don Wakamatsu says Ken Griffey Jr. is retiring.


Mariners ride Lopez, Figgins, Vargas to victory

SEATTLE – Forget about slowing down the rolling Twins or stopping his own team’s skid. For a scary moment, his breakout season didn’t matter so much, either. Jason Vargas’ best …


M’s prospect struggles learning

ZEBULON, N.C. – Dustin Ackley always has been the kind of guy who can hit anything thrown at him. These days, that’s a lot. In his first season as a …


Twins power their way past Mariners

SEATTLE – Michael Cuddyer was joking before Monday night’s game about how his glove to play second base is about half the size of his normal one. The regular right …


Seattle makes roster moves

The struggling Seattle Mariners designated relievers Kanekoa Texeira and Jesus Colome for assignment and recalled pitchers Sean White and Garrett Olson from Triple-A Tacoma. The team announced the moves Monday …


Mariners’ Lee grounds Angels

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Cliff Lee struck out 10 in eight innings and Milton Bradley drove in three runs as the Seattle Mariners beat the Los Angeles Angels 8-3 on Friday …


M’s, Bradley build trust

SEATTLE – Milton Bradley arrived in Seattle this winter distrusting the world. Mariners manager Don Wakamatsu could see that. He knew Bradley was joining his eighth team in 10 years. …


M’s catch fire in 8th

SEATTLE – Mike Sweeney and Josh Wilson took turns crediting the other for a rally that seemed so unlikely from the punchless Mariners. Seattle’s old designated hitter with a balky …


Bradley sparks M’s

SEATTLE – Six days into his return from a two-week hiatus for mental-health counseling, Milton Bradley created another new twist in his wild first season in Seattle. An unprecedented, joyous …


Bradley guides Mariners past Tigers

SEATTLE — Milton Bradley homered and then drove in the go-ahead run in the eighth inning with a single off Justin Verlander to help the Seattle Mariners rally past the …


Miserable May continues as Padres pound Mariners

SEATTLE – Things have become so dire for the Seattle Mariners that even a start by Felix Hernandez no longer provides a ray of hope. Seattle’s ace pitcher suffered yet …


Padres edge Seattle

SEATTLE – Matt Stairs cracked a long solo homer off the facade of the second deck, San Diego starter Clayton Richard wiggled free from the few jams he faced, and …


Sweeney guides Mariners’ romp

SEATTLE — Mike Sweeney homered twice and drove in six runs in the second-most productive game of his career, and the offensively challenged Seattle Mariners busted out Friday night for …


Griffey’s 9th-inning single erases Mariners’ skid

SEATTLE – This wasn’t the first time the Seattle Mariners have seen a game end with Ken Griffey Jr. getting his bat on a ball. But it is the first …


Mariners drop fifth straight

SEATTLE – Baby steps aren’t getting the Seattle Mariners any closer to turning around what matters most – their mounting string of losses. But at least the Mariners avoided the …


Jays hand Mariners fifth straight loss

SEATTLE — Brett Cecil pitched into the seventh inning and Kevin Gregg hung on for the save Wednesday night as the Toronto Blue Jays beat Seattle 3-2, sending the Mariners …


M’s stagger home

OAKLAND, Calif. – A road trip beset with internal strife and external struggles on the field ended in a grimly appropriate manner for the Seattle Mariners: a heartbreaking defeat. Kurt …


Mariners lose in 10th inning

OAKLAND, Calif. — Kurt Suzuki’s RBI single with two outs in the 10th inning lifted the Oakland Athletics to a 6-5 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday night.


Oakland A’s rough up Mariners’ starter

OAKLAND, Calif. – By most accounts, Ryan Rowland-Smith was pitching for his rotational life Monday against the Oakland A’s. If so, his demise came quickly. Rowland-Smith lasted just 22/3 incendiary …


Short bench hurts M’s

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.– In the aftermath of yet another one-run loss, Mike Sweeney shrugged off suggestions his lower back was too sore to play and insisted he was available when …