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M’s lose again

SEATTLE – Some things never change, like Alex Rodriguez getting savaged by the Safeco Field crowd. After sitting out the first two games of this series, Rodriguez came back Saturday …


M’s miss chances, fall to Yankees

SEATTLE – Once upon a time, Lou Piniella unleashed a postseason rant about New York Yankee mystique and how it wasn’t going to be the reason the Seattle Mariners couldn’t …


Yankees mash Mariners

SEATTLE – The New York Yankees keep rolling on, putting this one away before they even had a chance to miss Alex Rodriguez or Jorge Posada. Derek Jeter homered before …


Griffey lifts M’s in 14th

SEATTLE – Never in Mariners history had one run taken so long – and felt so good. Pinch-hitter Ken Griffey Jr. lined a single off the right-field wall with two …


Late homer sinks Mariners

SEATTLE – Alexi Ramirez went more than a month without a home run. The drought wasn’t long enough for Doug Fister. Ramirez hit a three-run homer with one out in …


Johjima blast lifts Mariners

SEATTLE —Kenji Johjima’s arms were folded across his chest as he sat up straight at his locker. His two young boys scurried around him as the proud veteran with graying …


Mariners offense backs Rowland-Smith in rout of Rays

SEATTLE — A couple of hours before the Mariners took the field to conclude their weekend series, Mike Sweeney approached his manager with an offer. Sweeney told manager Don Wakamatsu …


Vargas gets in deep, sinks

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – One guy toweling off in the losing clubhouse learned a hard lesson in his young major league career. Another knew he may have just provided a …


M’s offense gives French room to breathe

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Somebody ought to tell Luke French that picking up wins wasn’t quite this easy for the guy for whom he was just traded. A pitcher like …


Ichiro leaves stamp in road win over Royals

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The home run Ichiro Suzuki hit to start the game paled in comparison to his great sliding catch that ended it. In between, the Seattle right …


Wilson adjusts to new lab

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — For some players, it is a skill set, a matter of moving where the coaches place you – but for Jack Wilson, defense is a matter …


Hernandez leads in Mariners’ win

ARLINGTON, Texas — His team refused to part with him, and Felix Hernandez made sure the Mariners did not wind up regretting it.


M’s deal Washburn

SEATTLE – Knowing they weren’t guaranteed to have Jarrod Washburn beyond the last two months of this season, the Seattle Mariners traded him Friday in exchange for several years of …


Byrd’s blast helps Rangers edge M’s

ARLINGTON, Texas – Marlon Byrd’s three-run homer in the fifth inning broke a tie and sent the Texas Rangers on to a 5-4 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Friday …


Distracted Mariners take beating

ARLINGTON, Texas – Another lost night for the Mariners ended with players packing up and not knowing whether they’d see each other again in 24 hours. Five home runs led …


M’s deal, deliver

For Jack Wilson, the day started with him innocently headed to AT&T Park in San Francisco for what he thought was another game with the Pittsburgh Pirates, his team since …


Griffey’s hit tops Halladay

SEATTLE – With the Mariners-Pirates trade dominating the talk in the clubhouse, Ryan Rowland-Smith retreated to the video room Wednesday morning to focus on the most important part of his …


M’s beat Jays in Halladay’s possible Toronto finale

SEATTLE — Ken Griffey Jr. doubled twice and drove in the decisive runs in the seventh inning, and the Seattle Mariners tagged Roy Halladay with a season-high 11 hits while …


M’s begin Washburn watch

SEATTLE – In their 100th game, the Seattle Mariners said hello again to winning one-run baseball Tuesday night. There were continuing indications that they were about to say good-bye to …


M’s suffer another rout

SEATTLE – When even Felix Hernandez, the Mariners’ designated savior, can’t bail them out of a tailspin, the team is truly in trouble. On Monday night at Safeco, Felix Hernandez …


Disheartening loss for M’s

SEATTLE – One game among 162 got away from the Seattle Mariners in a hurry Saturday, but this time a healthy dose of hope in the division race may have …


Ms melt down in late innings

SEATTLE – For six innings, Ryan Rowland-Smith did his best impersonation of the Seattle Mariners’ Big Three on Friday night. For the light-hitting Mariners, whose top three pitchers are having …


Beltre expects quicker return

SEATTLE – The Seattle Mariners may be getting a quicker-than-expected boost to their surprising playoff chase. Gold Glove third baseman Adrian Beltre is hitting for the first time since shoulder …


Eighth-inning homer give M’s the win

DETROIT — Russell Branyan hit a two-out, two-run homer in the eighth inning to give Felix Hernandez and the Seattle Mariners a 2-1 victory over the Detroit Tigers on Wednesday …


Seattle loses more than game

DETROIT – The sickening sound of Franklin Gutierrez crashing into the outfield wall in the second inning reverberated around Comerica Park. “The guys said they could hear it in the …


Ichiro helps M’s grab 3 of 4 from Cleveland

CLEVELAND – Don Wakamatsu couldn’t watch. David Aardsma, who threw it, had a sickening first thought that it was going out of the ballpark. Tie score.


Seattle pulls out win behind Washburn’s pitching

CLEVELAND — Jarrod Washburn pitched effectively into the seventh inning, Franklin Gutierrez homered for a second straight night and the Seattle Mariners beat the Cleveland Indians 3-1 Saturday night.


Sloppy Seattle loses to start second half

CLEVELAND – The Seattle Mariners had ended the first half of their season on a roll, brimming with confidence. They started the second half Thursday on a downer, brimming with …


M’s exude confidence heading into second half

SEATTLE – The analysts look at the Seattle Mariners and see a team that overachieved on its way to a 46-42 record. The run differential – 348 scored vs. 366 …


M’s hit stride at All-Star break

SEATTLE – Nobody with the Seattle Mariners wants to think about the 2008 season, much less re-live it. But as a matter of perspective, it’s important to look back a …