Yusei Kikuchi will join a group largely untouched by Seattle’s roster turnover.
The Seattle Mariners added to their thinned-out bullpen Thursday, signing 30-year-old left-hander…
Jerry Dipoto has made more trades than anyone else in baseball since…
The Seattle Mariners and New York Mets are aggressively approaching a deal that would send Robinson Cano back to New York, according to multiple reports… Continue reading
The Seattle Mariners have to sit and watch postseason baseball wondering what went wrong in the second half of the 2018 season and… Continue reading
Seattle has a 5.22 earned-run average in August.
In more than 2,000 Major League Baseball games in his 14 seasons, Robinson Cano had never played even an inning of third base… Continue reading
Seattle sent down outfielder Guillermo Heredia and reliever Matt Festa to clear room on the roster.
The Seattle Mariners added two of their newest additions, outfielder Cameron Maybin and right-handed reliever Adam Warren to the active roster Wednesday. The surprises were… Continue reading
Right-hander Sam Tuivailala heads to Seattle in exchange for righty Seth Elledge.
Seattle’s speedy leadoff man saw his production decrease after breaking his toe in May.
Marco Gonzales’ profile picture on his Twitter account shows former University of Washington defensive lineman Vita Vea carrying Gonzales’ pitching pal, Wade LeBlanc, in his… Continue reading
The Seattle veteran will see time at first base, second base and designated hitter.
Seattle may consider a 6-man rotation to help limit the number of innings on the arms of its pitchers.
Texas Rangers left-hander Cole Hamels is 4-6 with a 3.61 ERA in 16 starts this season.
The Mariners have appreciated the veteran’s consistent approach at the plate.
The longtime Philadelphia and Washington outfielder couldn’t shake lingering hamstring issues.
So the Seattle Mariners completed their June gauntlet with a 7-8 record against the Astros, Angels, Red Sox and Yankees, including going 1-5 last week… Continue reading
Mariners outfield Ben Gamel is no longer pressing at the plate and is hitting .361 since May 16.
How needed. How very-much needed for the Seattle Mariners. Not only a win, but a win in Boston, a win when they held on to… Continue reading