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Somehow, Nelson Cruz has never hit three home runs in a game. He’s had 25 career multi-homer games, but never more than two bombs in… Continue reading
Seattle optioned right-hander Ryan Cook to to Triple-A Tacoma to complete the move.
New York scores 4 runs with 2 homers in the first and hangs on the beat Seattle 4-3.
Giancarlo Stanton lines a two-run shot in the bottom of the 9th to beat Seattle 7-5.
Ichi for D.C? Seattle Mariners manager Scott Servais proclaimed that slogan Wednesday morning in an appearance on MLB Network Radio. “We started a campaign the… Continue reading
Seattle’s offense musters just 2 hits in a 7-2 loss at Yankee Stadium.
Seattle is on pace to break the all-time record for most 1-run victories in a season.
Wade LeBlanc leans on a common refrain when asked about his approach, mechanics and the secret to his rejuvenated 2018 pitching for the Seattle Mariners.… Continue reading
One cried in Seattle Mariners manager Scott Servais’ office last year. The other wasn’t sure when he’d be playing baseball again this season… Continue reading
It’s the middle of June and Edwin Diaz is well ahead of pace, remarkably, for an end-of-season haircut. Not his own. Seattle Mariners manager Scott… Continue reading
The first All-Star balloting results, with just over a month remaining before the midsummer classic, were released Tuesday. Of the top five shortstops… Continue reading
The 37-year-old designated hitter has handled fastballs better than most, despite his age.
After Seattle rallies to take the lead, Houston scores 4 in the 7th inning en route to a 7-5 victory.
The Seattle Mariners are about to learn just how good they are. It’s one thing to pull off all these extra-innings dramatics and one-run victories… Continue reading
Seattle Mariners chief executive officer and chairman John Stanton likely noticed the same big trend most would when looking at the profiles of players the… Continue reading
Seattle adds right-hander Logan Gilbert from Stetson University.
He was re-acquired in a trade earlier this year and called up Friday after Mark Rzepczynski was DFA’d.
Dee Gordon’ts broken toe isn’t 100 percent healed, but he’s healthy enough to play for Seattle.
The 2B spent the entire offseason revamping his swing, but is it enough to keep him in the majors?