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Seattle announces multiyear contract extensions for its general manager and manager on Wednesday.
Seattle showed over this past road trip that it will be a playoff contender until the end.
Seattle ships reliever JT Chargois and minor-leaguer Austin Shenton to Tampa for the 27-year-old.
Seattle receives infielder Abraham Toro and pitcher Joe Smith in return; Dipoto says more to come.
The team reported a single positive test ahead of the series in San Diego, but did not identify the player.
Seattle is the worst-hitting team in baseball and there’s not much help currently on the way.
The anticipated debuts are overshadowed as Cleveland’s Zach Plesac takes a no-hitter into the eighth.
Seattle’s offensive woes catch up to it in a big way in a 6-0 loss to Baltimore to end its homestand.
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.