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More than half the responders to this week’s Seattle Sidelines poll gave the Mariners’ season a C.
What’s next for the Mariners? GM Jerry Dipoto plans a few tweaks and hopes for a little luck
Hitting coach Edgar Martinez and pitching coach Mel Stottlemyre will remain in current roles.
All the trades the Seattle GM has made hasn’t paid off in the standings.
Grade the 2017 Mariners, who finished 78-84 and missed the playoffs for the 16th straight year.
Mariners GM Jerry Dipoto traded away a number of pitching prospects who had good 2017 seasons.
The Mariners (78-84) fell eight games off their 86-76 record from last season.
Nelson Cruz hits his 39th home run of the season in Seattle’s loss.
Seattle Mariners left-hander James Paxton won the debate — it was a mild debate — but the bottom line is he will… Continue reading
The starter has been a steady presence in Seattle’s rotation since returning in a July 28 trade.
Seattle must make a major offseason addition to close ground on Houston in the American League West.
Seattle will finish under .500 after Canha hits a walk-off homer for the Athletics.
The two former Oakland players each hit home runs in Seattle’s victory.
Servais says rookies Gonzalez, Moore will fill in for the veterans in the last series of the season.
With its playoff hopes finally dashed, Seattle hits four homers in victory.
Injuries to the starting rotation were only part of why the playoff drought reached a 16th season.
A 4-2 loss to the Indians assures Seattle will miss the playoffs for the 16th straight season
Seattle commits five errors, gives up four home runs in its 11-4 loss.
The two-run shot backed a brilliant 8-inning outing from Seattle starter Erasmo Ramirez.
James Paxton is named Seattle’s pitcher of the year in a pre-game ceremony Friday.