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In another lost season, September additions could pull back the curtain on Seattle’s future.
Omar Narvaez homers twice, but Seattle falls to Oakland 9-2.
Former AquaSox Logan Gilbert and Cal Raleigh were moved up to Double-A after dominant stretches.
Seattle loses for the seventh time in eight games despite homers from Santana and Nola.
A day after getting no-hit, Seattle falls to Los Angeles 9-2.
Wearing Skaggs’ No. 45 jersey, Taylor Cole and Felix Pena combine to no-hit Seattle.
Seattle is on a path to 95 losses, but there’s much to be gained in the final months of the season.
Details of what led to the suspension were not disclosed.
The teams says the struggling former ace is dealing with back tightness, but rest is also likely a reason.
The veteran third baseman broke a 0-for-21 slump during a three-RBI game Saturday.
Opener Matt Carasiti allows five runs in the first inning as Seattle finishes the first half 39-55
The third baseman homers to back a gem from Marco Gonzales in Seattle’s 6-3 win.
The rookie left-hander allows one run on four hits over seven innings, but Seattle falls 5-2.
Right-hander Matt Wisler is the latest addition to the Seattle bullpen.
Matt Festa surrendered a 7th-inning lead as the Mariners dropped a series to St. Louis.
Relievers Austin Adams and Roenis Elias give up five runs to blow the save in Seattle’s 5-2 loss.
For the first time in a long time, Seattle’s future looks bright.
Seattle manager Scott Servais and GM Jerry Dipoto both had close ties to pitcher Tyler Skaggs.
More than 70 percent of voters gave Seattle a C or worse for the first half-season of rebuilding.
His pinch-hit bomb in the bottom of the eighth inning lifts Seattle to a 5-4 victory.