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Tacoma News-Tribune May 21, 2015

Mariners notebook: Seager’s ejection leaves Mariners steaming

The impact of the ejection was evident later in the game. Twice, Willie Bloomquist — who had replaced Seager — batted with the bases loaded; both times he failed to…

Mariners notebook: Seager’s ejection leaves Mariners steaming

BALTIMORE — Kyle Seager didn’t realize he’d been ejected from Thursday’s game by umpire John Tumpane until he saw manager Lloyd McClendon charging from the dugout in protest. “My back was to (Tumpane),” Seager said. “I didn’t say anything I haven’t said before but, when I said stuff, I was walking away.” The ejection came after a called third strike in the fifth inning that resulted in a double play when Robinson Cano was thrown out at second base. The Seattle Mariners trailed 4-3 at the time to the Baltimore Orioles. “I’d like to say that’s baseball,” McClendon...

VIDEO: Angels blow ninth inning lead

A Dustin Ackley sacrifice fly off of Huston Street scored Kyle Seager and knotted the game at three heading into the bottom of the ninth inning. Seager doubled to lead off the inning, and was moved to third on a Mike Zunino single. Seager has...

VIDEO: Seager homer cuts Angels lead

Kyle Seager launched his third home run of the year which scored Nelson Cruz and cut the Angels lead from 3-2. C.J. Wilson had been cruising prior to facing Cruz, and was yet to give up a run in the previous three innings. Wilson has been one the...

Seattle Mariners’ World Series odds plummet after slow start

Entering the season, the Seattle Mariners were one of the most highly anticipated teams in Major League Baseball. With the addition of Nelson Cruz to an almost-there 2014 squad featuring Felix Hernandez, Robinson Cano, Kyle Seager and Fernando Rodney, baseball pundits chose the M’s to make a real push for Seattle’s first postseason appearance since […]
Seattle Times Apr 30, 2015

Rest up: Mariners keep Kyle Seager out of starting lineup

Seager tweaked his thumb against his bat on an inside pitch about a week ago. The last time Seager didn’t start a game was May 10 of last season.

Twinsights: Ricky Nolasco fares well in first rehab outing

SEATTLE --Right-hander Ricky Nolasco (elbow inflammation) made his first rehab start for Class A Cedar Rapids on Sunday afternoon. He worked five innings on 67 pitches, giving up an unearned run on three hits, no walks and five strikeouts. His curveball was said to be sharp. Nolasco was eligible to come off the disabled list Friday, but he seems likely to make at least one more rehab start in order to build up his pitch count. Briefly --There were no updates Sunday morning on right-hander Trevor May’s bruised elbow, which absorbed a line drive from Mariners third baseman Kyle Seager...

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