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MLB players, coaches getting used to idea of silent stadiums

MLB players, coaches getting used to idea of silent stadiums

When baseball returns it will, in all likelihood, be played with no fans in the stands.

MLB players, coaches getting used to idea of silent stadiums
Baseball in Korea provides glimpse of future of M’s games

Baseball in Korea provides glimpse of future of M’s games

The Korean Baseball League is back and gives a peek at what future MLB games will look like.

Baseball in Korea provides glimpse of future of M’s games
M’s catcher Murphy struggling with unknown of baseball season

M’s catcher Murphy struggling with unknown of baseball season

The 29-year-old says he longs for the grind and routine of the long season.

M’s catcher Murphy struggling with unknown of baseball season
On this day in 1989: Griffey Jr. doubles in 1st MLB at-bat

On this day in 1989: Griffey Jr. doubles in 1st MLB at-bat

Read an original game story from April 4, 1989, when the Mariners Hall-of-Famer made his debut.

On this day in 1989: Griffey Jr. doubles in 1st MLB at-bat
Mariners’ Gonzales on no opening day: ‘It’s definitely weird’

Mariners’ Gonzales on no opening day: ‘It’s definitely weird’

The Seattle starter says he’s encouraged by MLB’s coronavirus deal, but hopes pitchers are protected.

Mariners’ Gonzales on no opening day: ‘It’s definitely weird’
The Seattle Mariners’ Ken Griffey Jr. smiles from beneath a pile of teammates who mobbed him after he scored the winning run in the bottom of the 11th inning of Game 5 of the American League Division Series against the New York Yankees on Oct. 8, 1995, at the Kingdome. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File)

POLL RESULTS: 1995 is the season for positive M’s memories

More than two-thirds of voters said their best Mariners memories come from Seattle’s first playoff run.

The Seattle Mariners’ Ken Griffey Jr. smiles from beneath a pile of teammates who mobbed him after he scored the winning run in the bottom of the 11th inning of Game 5 of the American League Division Series against the New York Yankees on Oct. 8, 1995, at the Kingdome. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File)
In this Feb. 21, 2001, file photo, Seattle Mariners’ manager Lou Piniella puts his arm around Japanese player Ichiro Suzuki as workouts begin at their spring training camp in Peoria, Ariz. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)

POLL: Which Mariners season generates the best memories?

With the start of baseball season delayed, we conjure up positives from past Seattle seasons.

In this Feb. 21, 2001, file photo, Seattle Mariners’ manager Lou Piniella puts his arm around Japanese player Ichiro Suzuki as workouts begin at their spring training camp in Peoria, Ariz. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)
Opening day comes and goes with no baseball

Opening day comes and goes with no baseball

M’s fans, and employees, are left with a feeling of emptiness as the country battles a pandemic.

Opening day comes and goes with no baseball
Ban on large gatherings forces shakeup to Seattle sports

Ban on large gatherings forces shakeup to Seattle sports

The Mariners, Sounders, Dragons and UW all have March home events that will be altered in some way.

Ban on large gatherings forces shakeup to Seattle sports
Seattle’s sports teams forced to alter their schedules

Seattle’s sports teams forced to alter their schedules

Mariners, Sounders, Dragons and Huskies all forced to make significant changes.

Seattle’s sports teams forced to alter their schedules
Could virus force change to Mariners opening homestand?

Could virus force change to Mariners opening homestand?

Seattle opens at home March 26, but contingency plans are being discussed should it be deemed unsafe to play.

Could virus force change to Mariners opening homestand?
M’s top pitching prospect Gilbert solid in spring debut

M’s top pitching prospect Gilbert solid in spring debut

The right-hander, slated to start the season at Double-A, tosses 2 scoreless innings vs. the Giants.

M’s top pitching prospect Gilbert solid in spring debut
Back from Tommy John, M’s Graveman loves baseball again

Back from Tommy John, M’s Graveman loves baseball again

The starter, who missed all of last season rehabbing from surgery, is happy to be on the mound again.

Back from Tommy John, M’s Graveman loves baseball again
Lewis hoping to provide pop for M’s in first full season

Lewis hoping to provide pop for M’s in first full season

The former AquaSox outfielder set a MLB record by hitting a HR in 6 of his first 10 career games.

Lewis hoping to provide pop for M’s in first full season
M’s Haniger undergoes another surgery: ‘We all feel bad for him’

M’s Haniger undergoes another surgery: ‘We all feel bad for him’

The outfielder is out indefinitely after having back surgery, the latest in a string of setbacks.

M’s Haniger undergoes another surgery: ‘We all feel bad for him’

At age 27, Walker back with Mariners as grizzled veteran

He has been through a lot since leaving Seattle, but he’s back and ready to be a team leader.

Patterson: Spring is a chance for a glimpse of the M’s future

Patterson: Spring is a chance for a glimpse of the M’s future

The players to watch this spring training are those not on Seattle’s 40-man roster.

Patterson: Spring is a chance for a glimpse of the M’s future
Mariners bring back veteran pitcher Taijuan Walker

Mariners bring back veteran pitcher Taijuan Walker

Walker pitched parts of four seasons in Seattle before being dealt to the Diamondbacks in 2016.

Mariners bring back veteran pitcher Taijuan Walker
Mariners bring in pitchers Hirano, Chen to bolster depth

Mariners bring in pitchers Hirano, Chen to bolster depth

Hirano signs a one-year deal and Chen agrees to a minor-league deal with an invite to spring training.

Mariners bring in pitchers Hirano, Chen to bolster depth
Seattle Mariners starting pitcher Marco Gonzales, left, spoke Thursday about what it was like suspecting the Houston Astros and other teams were illegally stealing pitch signs. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

Patterson: A peek behind the curtain of the Astros scandal

Mariners pitcher Marco Gonzales reveals what it was like as a victim of Houston’s illicit sign stealing.

Seattle Mariners starting pitcher Marco Gonzales, left, spoke Thursday about what it was like suspecting the Houston Astros and other teams were illegally stealing pitch signs. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
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