8:28 AM EDT, Sun March 29, 2015

Seager handling success by doing what he always does — tweaking his swing

PEORIA, Ariz. — There might be no player who better symbolizes the Mariners’ rising fortunes than third baseman Kyle Seager. It was just a year ago the Mariners and Seager offered the hope of promise and possibility. Now, they each face the expectation of continued improvement and eventual excellence. The Mariners, after bolstering an 87-victory roster, are a trendy postseason pick, while Seager, now a returning All-Star and Gold Glove recipient, is one of the key reasons why. “It’s an exciting time,” he said. “If you look top to bottom what this lineup can potentially do, there...

Seattle Mariners made $11.6 million profit in 2014

Thanks to increased attendance last season, the Seattle Mariners made a profit of $11.6 million in the ballclub’s 2014 fiscal year, the team said Monday. Yet the M’s have already spent that income and more, having sent big paychecks this offseason to third baseman Kyle Seager and new acquisitions Nelson Cruz, Seth Smith and Justin […]


THE FACTS: Joe Saunders’ bid to win a bullpen job took on heavy water Sunday when he gave up six runs in the eighth inning. That finished off a pretty ugly afternoon for the Mariners in Goodyear. “It was a tough outing (for Saunders),” manager Lloyd McClendon acknowledged. “One thing I know with veterans is it takes them a little longer in the spring. I’m not going to be quick to judge. “It was not a good outing, obviously, but he’ll get back out there.”     PLAY OF THE GAME: Third baseman Kyle Seager flashed Gold Glove form by … Read more »
Lookout Landing Mar 8, 2015

Lookout Linkage, 3/8/15

News and stories about the Seattle Mariners and other analysis from around the league. Happy Sunday everyone! Here's your dose of linkage for the day: Felix Hernandez will make his first start of the Cactus League season on Tuesday. In case you missed it, Mariners' first base prospect Ji-Man Choi will be out for 4-6 months following surgery on his fractured right fibula. Placido Polanco is not ruling out a comeback to the MLB as either a player or a coach. True Blue LA has picked Kyle Seager's brother Corey as the Dodgers' top prospect. Hunter Pence will be out for 6-8 weeks with a...
Lookout Landing Mar 5, 2015

Lookout Linkage, 3/5/15

News and stories about the Seattle Mariners and other analysis from around the league. Cactus League baseball has officially started! That and more is among today's dose of links: The Rangers will return pitcher Edgar Olmos to the Mariners after Olmos was diagnosed with shoulder impingement. Danny Hultzen threw his first batting practice of the spring and seems to be progressing well. Kyle Seager is joining a former University of North Carolina teammate in the fight against cancer. Jeff Sullivan at Fangraphs analyzes the changes in playoff odds from the beginning of 2014 to the...
Mariners notebook: Seager joins college teammate in fight to cure childhood cancer

Mariners notebook: Seager joins college teammate in fight to cure childhood cancer

PEORIA, Ariz. — Third baseman Kyle Seager is joining with a former college teammate in lending his support to efforts to fight childhood cancer through the Vs. Cancer Foundation. Fans are asked to pledge a specific donation for each hit that Seager records in the upcoming season. Seager and his wife, Julie, will match the amount of the first 100 pledges. Donations can be made through www.seagervscancer.org. “I don’t have social media,” Seager said, “so I don’t realize how fast word gets out. I knew it was launching (Tuesday). I went on the website, and it already had some...

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