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Seattle overcomes a 5-run deficit and wins the game 8-7 in extras on a walk-off walk by Jake Fraley.
Mariners’ super-utility player looks to build on a breakout season.
Julio Rodriguez, just barely 20 years old, is relishing an opportunity to work with Ichiro Suzuki.
GM Jerry Dipoto and manager Scott Servais say the players involved have every right to be upset.
He has been one of the top arms in the AL, but will miss the coming season after Tommy John surgery.
The big left-hander was traded from Seattle to the New York Yankees in 2018.
Griffey, Johnson, Payton, Kemp, Sherman, Thomas. Things often end poorly for star athletes in Seattle.
Ranked last in baseball heading into 2018, Seattle now boasts the No. 2 system via Baseball America.
When the Mariners’ ‘step back’ plan hits its peak, will veteran Kyle Seager be around to see it?
Seattle added experienced arms to a group that has struggled mightily the past two seasons.
The two clubhouse leaders aren’t buying the talk that this will be another building year for Seattle.
The ‘step back’ rebuild that began in 2019 is starting to see results at the big-league level.
The 27-year-old from the Portland area posted a 5.40 ERA in 13 games for the Angels last season.
The right-hander posted eight saves as Texas’ closer last season.
Reports suggest the Rays would be willing to listen to offers for the Shorewood High School alum.
The last time two Seattle players won baseball’s top defensive award in the same year was 2010.
His mixture of size, athleticism and talent has led many to believe he will be the team’s next star.
The outfielder led all rookies in baseball in multiple offensive categories.
Responders were all over the map with how they evaluated Seattle’s coronavirus-truncated campaign.
With more talent on the way, Seattle’s rebuilding timeline appears to be coming to fruition.