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The former AL Cy Young winner makes his rehab start a special experience for Everett’s young players.
Seattle wins two of three games against the worst team in baseball.
J.P. Crawford and Daniel Vogelbach hit home runs in Seattle’s 3-2 loss
Tom Murphy adds a pair of longballs as Seattle rolls to an 11-6 victory.
The injured Mariners starter is scheduled to be on the hill again in Everett on Wednesday.
Braden Bishop, who has missed nearly 3 months with a lacerated spleen, is headed for a rehab assignment.
Ryan Yarbrough, a former M’s prospect, threw a gem in Tampa Bay’s 1-0 win.
Mike Zunino hit a three-run homer on his return to Seattle, and Kevin Kiermaier and Avisail Garcia also went deep and… Continue reading
Ji-Man Choi walked with the bases loaded in the ninth inning to score the winning run.
The All-Star outfielder suffered a ruptured testicle in early June that required immediate surgery.
However, voters also gave significant support to his 18 seasons with the Mariners and “The Double.”
Daniel Vogelbach hustled down the line to beat out a grounder, allowing the go-ahead run to score.
San Diego wins 9-4 and hands Seattle its fifth straight loss.
Tim Beckham says he tested positive for Stanozolol after using a tainted supplement.
Bringing up prospects Justus Sheffield and Justin Dunn would ease Yusei Kikuchi’s workload.
The Seattle Mariners legend and Baseball Hall of Famer has his No. 11 retired by the team Saturday.
Kyle Seager’s 4th-inning single ended a 15-inning hitless streak for Seattle in Houston.
Seattle becomes the first team since 2015 to be no-hit twice in the same season.
The former AL Cy Young Award winner was perfect in his brief rehab appearance in Everett.
The Astros socked 6 home runs in the game, which saw 2 more Seattle players make their MLB debuts.