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Fantasy Update

Apr 15, 2014
Seattle Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon said he has no plans to move C Mike Zunino ...
Seattle Times Apr 10, 2014

A few thoughts from Michael Saunders on his role as fourth outfielder

Michael Saunders has played in seven of the Mariners eight games. But he's started just two of those games. With Abraham Almonte seemingly locked into center field and Dustin Ackley getting every day starts in left field and manager Lloyd McClendon using giving starts to Stefen Romero and Logan Morr

Hernandez, Mariners survive late threat in 3-1 victory over A’s

OAKLAND, Calif. — It all almost got away from Felix Hernandez and the Mariners on one pitch Saturday afternoon in the ninth inning when Yoenis Cespedes sent a drive to deep left field. For an instant, a magnificent performance, and a victory, swayed in the balance before the ball hooked foul. Instead of a tie game, Felix and the M’s still held 3-1 lead over the Oakland A’s. “I knew, off the bat, it was pretty fair from where I was,” left fielder Dustin Ackley said. “I’m glad that thing hooked like it did. Right off the bat, I was expecting … Read more »
Athletics Nation Apr 5, 2014
Game Thread #5: A's vs. Mariners (2)

Game Thread #5: A's vs. Mariners (2)

Halfway through, the Mariners lead 3-0. Felix Hernandez is dealing, having allowed just two hits. Dan Straily, meanwhile, was effective through four innings before allowing the Mariners to take the lead on a two-run Dustin Ackley home run, then add to it on a solo shot from Abraham Almonte.

Dustin Ackley, Jayson Werth and the biggest and baddest beards in baseball

Monday is opening day of the 2014 Major League Baseball season. Which means it’s time for the return of big, bushy beards to the ESPN highlight reels. Seattle Mariners outfielder Dustin Ackley is sporting a colossal crumb catcher. As is new M’s pitcher Joe Beimel, whose whiskers are running wild. Even second baseman Robinson Cano’s […]
Tacoma News-Tribune Mar 28, 2014

Mariners' Dustin Ackley sees strong spring as continuation of last year's second-half success

The old adage that stresses a need to disregard spring-training stats generally holds true. Generally. But Mariners left fielder Dustin Ackley sees it differently.

Game capsule: Mariners 6, A’s 4

MARINERS 6, A’S (SS) 4 (AT PEORIA STADIUM) The facts: Stefen Romero’s three-run, walk-off homer capped a four-run ninth inning against A’s reliever Evan Scribner. The victory boosted the Mariners to 16-9-3 and clinched a winning spring record. Play of the game: Kyle Seager was hitless in three at-bats before delivering an RBI double in the ninth that put the tying and winning runs in scoring position for Romero.. Plus: Dustin Ackley continued his hot spring with a two-run homer in the fifth on an 0-2 slider from Oakland starter Josh Lindblom…Logan Morrison had the Mariners’ first...
Rotoworld Mar 20, 2014

Ackley logs three hits against the Cubs - Dustin Ackley (2B) Seattle Mariners

Dustin Ackley went 3-for-4 with a double as the Mariners defeated the Cubs 2-0 on Thursday.

Dustin Ackley Photos

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