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Free Agent Profile: Ervin Santana

Free Agent Profile: Ervin Santana

An above-average starter the past two years, Ervin Santana is a low-risk option for the Mariners. Last week, I took a brief look at the mid-tier free agent starting pitching market, arguing that the Mariners could use some depth and the mid-tiers are rife with great values at a reasonable price. Yesterday, I took a look at one of the more popular pitching targets, Brandon McCarthy. Today, I'll say in the second tier of free agent starting pitchers and take a look at Ervin Santana-just to please Logan. Santana is an interesting case. For the second straight year, he finds himself a free...

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Mariners winter-ball update through November 24

The latest news, notes and stats on Mariners’ players in winter ball, courtesy of Kelly Munro of the Mariners Baseball Information department. 11.25.14 Mariners Winter League Report
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Mariners winter league report -- November 25, 2014

Here's this week's Mariners' winter league report from Kelly Munro of the baseball info staff.

Randy Johnson joins Edgar Martinez on the 2015 Hall of Fame ballot

The ballot for the 2015 Baseball Hall of Fame class was released today. Former Mariners' ace Randy Johnson makes his first appearance on the ballot along with 16 other newcomers. Johnson should be a lock to be inducted even in his first year of eligibility. His resume is pretty impeccable, starting with 303 career wins and five Cy Young awards, including one with the Mariners in 1995 and four straight with the Diamondbacks from 1999-2002. Johnson finished second for the Cy Young three different times and was named to 10 all-star teams. It's safe to say that Johnson will be wearing a D'Backs...

2015 Hall of Fame ballot…let the debates begin

Want to know what an actual Hall of Fame ballot looks like? Mine came in Monday’s mail. Here you go:     Don’t bother trying to copy and submitting a ballot in hopes of influencing the process. Even if you can scrounge up a voting member’s badge number, the ballots are numbered (that’s whited out here) and must be submitted in a special envelope. Years ago, when I got my first ballot, I thought it was a pretty ordinary-looking piece of paper. I guess I expected something dazzling from the world of word processing. I can’t speak for … Read more »

Former Mariners Randy Johnson, Edgar Martinez among 2015 Baseball Hall of Fame nominees

Former Seattle Mariners Randy Johnson and Edgar Martinez are among 34 candidates on the 2015 National Baseball Hall of Fame ballot released Monday. Johnson is one of 17 players on the ballot who are eligible for the first time. Martinez, on the other hand, is up for election by the Baseball Writers Association of America […]
Mariners notebook: Randy Johnson, Edgar Martinez on 2015 Hall ballot

Mariners notebook: Randy Johnson, Edgar Martinez on 2015 Hall ballot

One-time Mariners ace Randy Johnson heads a list of 17 first-time eligibles on the 2015 Hall of Fame ballot. His former teammate, designated hitter Edgar Martinez, is back for a sixth year. The Hall of Fame announced a 34-player ballot Monday for consideration by 575 voting members of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America. Ballots must be returned by Dec. 27; results will be announced Jan. 6. Election requires that a player be cited on 75 percent of returned ballots. The ballot also includes two first-time candidates who spent short tours with the Mariners: reliever Eddie Guardado...

Report: Mariners, Kyle Seager near $100-million extension

The Seattle Mariners are making a move to keep one of their budding superstars for the long term as they near a reported seven-year, $100 million contract extension for third baseman Kyle Seager. The deal was first reported by Yahoo Sports’ Jeff Passan, who on Monday wrote that the deal also included an eighth-year club […]
Tacoma News-Tribune Nov 24, 2014

Kyle Seager close to seven-year deal for $100 million with Mariners

Reports indicate Seager has agreed to a seven-year deal for $100 million that includes an option for an eighth year that could boost the value by another $20 million.

Seager close to seven-year deal for $100 million with Mariners

It’s shaping up as a very Happy Thanksgiving for Mariners third baseman Kyle Seager. Reports indicate Seager has agreed to a seven-year deal for $100 million that includes an option for an eighth year that could boost the value by another $20 million. The Mariners declined comment on the report, which came initially from Yahoo Sports. The News Tribune subsequently confirmed that a deal is in place pending a physical examination. Seager, 27, is coming off a breakthrough season in which he was selected to the All-Star team for the first time in his four-year career. He also won a … ...
Seattle Times Nov 24, 2014

Source: Mariners and all-star third baseman Kyle Seager agree to 7-year, $100 million extension

Kyle Seager is going to be wearing a Mariners uniform for quite some time. And he will be paid handsomely to do so.

Mariners, Kyle Seager nearing seven-year, $100M extension

The Mariners and All-Star third baseman Kyle Seager are closing in on a seven-year, $100 million extension, according to reports.
Tacoma News-Tribune Nov 24, 2014

Source: Mariners, Kyle Seager agree to 7-year, $100 million extension

Kyle Seager is going to be wearing a Mariners' uniform for quite some time. And he will be paid handsomely to do so.
Tacoma News-Tribune Nov 21, 2014

Mariners notebook: Ibanez, Wakamatsu among finalists to be Rays’ manager

Two of the three finalists to replace Joe Maddon as Tampa Bay’s manager have deep Mariners ties: Raul Ibanez and Don Wakamatsu.

Mariners notebook: Ibanez, Maddon among finalists to be Rays’ manager

Two of the three finalists to replace Joe Maddon as Tampa Bay’s manager have deep Mariners ties: Raul Ibanez and Don Wakamatsu. The Rays identified Cleveland bullpen coach Kevin Cash as the other finalist Friday in a trimming a field of 10 candidates. The job became open when Maddon exercised a departure clause in his contract after the season and subsequently agreed to a five-year deal to manage the Chicago Cubs. Ibanez and Wakamatsu each finished this season with Kansas City — Ibanez as a player in his 19th season, and Wakamatsu as the bench coach to Royals manager Ned Yost. … ...

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