3:21 PM EDT, Sat April 18, 2015
New York Post Apr 16, 2015

Robinson Cano made the bonehead play of season

To be fair, the Mariners aren’t paying Robinson Cano for his baserunning prowess. Still, the second baseman’s brain lapse Wednesday against the Dodgers, jogging and then running himself into an out, must...
Athletics Nation Apr 11, 2015

Melvin's L/R Bullpen Obsession Costly In Saturday's Loss

The recap of Saturday's game can be found here. Bob Melvin should never have had a decision to make at all. In the 8th inning of Saturday's game, A's leading 2-1, Eric O'Flaherty got a comebacker that should have been a routine inning ending DP. However, Marcus Semien botched it but good, missing the bag at 2B before firing a poor throw to 1B that Mark Canha could not handle. Suddenly, instead of "inning over" it's 2 on, 1 out. O'Flaherty regrouped and retired Robinson Cano on a bouncer to 1B that advanced the runners to 2B and 3B with two outs, with Nelson Cruz due up and Kyle Seager to...
Lookout Landing Apr 11, 2015

2-3: Chart

The Mariners beat the Athletics on Saturday, after literally all the things happen. All of them. You think it, it happened. Peoria trumpet guy: Nelson Cruz (.583 WPA) O.co's "Let's go Oakland" vuvuzela jerk: Robinson Cano (-.209 WPA) WOAH HOLY WHAT HOW

Check out the new signature shoe for Mariners’ 2B Robinson Cano

Just days before the Seattle Mariners embark on one of the most anticipated seasons in franchise history, All-Star second baseman Robinson Cano revealed his new look for 2015. New Balance announced a multiyear endorsement deal with Cano in a Thursday press release. As part of the deal, New Balance will provide Cano with shoes and apparel both […]

Las Vegas oddsmakers high on Mariners, Felix Hernandez, Robinson Cano

The oddsmakers in Las Vegas are just as excited about the Seattle Mariners as most fans are — perhaps even more so, as longtime M’s devotees have been conditioned over the past decade to expect little from their baseball team. Yet 2015 holds much promise for the Mariners, featuring the likes of Robinson Cano, Nelson […]
Lookout Landing Mar 30, 2015

The Mariners didn't lose, but you did, because it's still March

The Mariners beat the Angels on Monday, 5-3. Taijuan is ready, Zunino keeps raking, and Cano still has some juice in the tank. Like you, I find myself somewhat baffled by the fact that the Mariners have been projected by many to be the best team in the American League this season. I'm baffled not because I considered this possibility to be impossible--we knew even at our most Russel Branyan-ed that it would get better someday--but rather because it frankly happened so fast. I can still remember the day that the Mariners signed Robinson Cano to that 10-year, gazillion-dollar contract, and I...


THE FACTS: Robinson Cano’s two-run double highlighted a three-run fifth inning Thursday night that carried the Mariners to a 5-2 victory over Cleveland at Peoria Stadium. Right-hander Taijuan Walker turned in four more scoreless innings in his bid to win a spot in the rotation. He walked two and gave up two hits while striking out five. He has 12 scoreless innings in his four spring starts. “I feel like there’s still some work left to do, definitely,” Walker said. “I’ve got to get my innings up to five or six. But everything feels good.” Walker worked himself into a … ...

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