- Site map
- Classified Ads
- Subscriber Center
- Print Editions
- About Us
- Social Media
The Mariner great is one of 10 players ex-Herald baseball writer Kirby Arnold voted for this year
Fifty-nine percent of responders believe the Seattle Mariners legend will be elected this year.
The Seattle Mariners legend will learn on Jan. 24 whether he received enough votes for enshrinement
Seattle comes to terms with Mike Zunino, James Paxton, Erasmo Ramirez, David Phelps and Nick Vincent.
The 26-year-old catcher established career highs in most offensive categories last season.
The Hall-of-Fame voting percentage for the Mariners legend continues to trend upward.
Ford spent last season in Double-A and Triple-A.
Seattle adds Juan Nicasio in free agency and trades for Shawn Armstrong and Anthony Misiewicz.
Los Angeles was a surprise winner over Seattle, Texas and several other teams.
Seattle gives up three minor-leaguers, including its top pitching prospect, Nick Neidert
Seattle acquires $1 million in international bonus pool money in exchange for the minor leaguer.
The Japanese star’s list includes five West Coast teams along with the Cubs and Rangers
Voters gave Seattle the best chance of signing the Japanese two-way star.
The Seattle Mariners are in the mix for Shohei Ohtani, who excels on the mound and at the plate.
The right-handed pitcher has been with Seattle since the 2012 season
Seattle will try to solve its first-base puzzle with the versatile Healy.
Iwakuma had shoulder problems for most of the 2017 season and didn’t pitch after May 10
The Dodgers’ Chris Taylor wasn’t good with the M’s, but signs were there during his time with the AquaSox.
The Mariners, Everett School District and others had to sign off on switch to an artificial surface.
Statistics show Seattle is lacking behind playoff teams in player development.