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Larry Stone / Seattle Times Oct 11, 2017
Mariners CEO John Stanton understands anguish of fans as playoff drought continues

Mariners CEO John Stanton understands anguish of fans as playoff drought continues

Will the Mariners spend big on a free agent? “I’d rather have a Mitch Haniger” than another payroll bust like Richie Sexson, Stanton suggests.
Seattle Times Oct 11, 2017
Mariners CEO John Stanton discusses the ‘roller coaster’ that was 2017 season and more

Mariners CEO John Stanton discusses the ‘roller coaster’ that was 2017 season and more

After his first year in the top of role of the Mariners, Stanton discussed 2017 and a myriad of other topics including injury prevention, the naming rights to Safeco Field and the current arena situation.
Washington Times Oct 11, 2017

Mariners CEO optimistic even as playoff drought goes on

SEATTLE (AP) - John Stanton's first full season as the chairman and CEO of the Seattle Mariners ended the same as the previous 15 seasons when he was just a minority owner of the ballclub. Out of the postseason and like most of Seattle's fans frustrated by the final result. ...
Seattle Times Oct 9, 2017
Mariners outfielder Guillermo Heredia undergoes successful shoulder surgery

Mariners outfielder Guillermo Heredia undergoes successful shoulder surgery

Heredia is expected to be ready for spring training.
Seattle Times Oct 7, 2017
Backtalk: Times Readers sound off on Mariners, Seahawks

Backtalk: Times Readers sound off on Mariners, Seahawks

Backtalk: Letters to the editor
Seattle Times Oct 4, 2017
Mariners’ GM Jerry Dipoto doesn’t plan a plethora of changes. Really.

Mariners’ GM Jerry Dipoto doesn’t plan a plethora of changes. Really.

Dipoto said standings don’t reflect it yet, but team has made strides in future planning. He also doesn’t think the Mariners need to acquire a big-name starting pitcher.
Seattle Times Oct 3, 2017
Back to drawing board after playoff goal again eludes Mariners in 2017

Back to drawing board after playoff goal again eludes Mariners in 2017

Injuries to the pitching staff certainly didn’t help the Mariners, who used a franchise-record 40 pitchers. They also were inconsistent in many areas and had too many baserunning mistakes.
Wild card or bust? Mariners unlikely to challenge Astros for AL West title in near future

Wild card or bust? Mariners unlikely to challenge Astros for AL West title in near future

Mariners GM Jerry Dipoto says they are far behind the Houston Astros, who won the AL West with 101 victories. The reality is Houston will own the division for the foreseeable future, and it’s hard to imagine the Mariners fighting for anything but the wild card in 2018.
Larry Brown Sports Oct 3, 2017

Mariners GM says Felix Hernandez will need to be ‘managed differently’

The Seattle Mariners are accepting the reality that longtime ace Felix Hernandez is no longer the pitcher that he once was. On Tuesday, Mariners GM Jerry Dipoto said the former Cy Young winner will need to be “managed differently” to get him through the season and hinted at pitch counts, skipped starts, and the like,...Read More
Washington Times Oct 3, 2017

Mariners to handle Felix Hernandez differently going forward

SEATTLE (AP) - The days of Felix Hernandez using his overpowering fastball and deceptive change-up to dominate hitters for seven, eight or nine innings will become rarer in the future. The Seattle Mariners believe shorter stints on the mound and potentially more rest between starts will be the way to ...
Seattle Times Oct 3, 2017
Mariners manager Scott Servais announces changes to his coaching staff

Mariners manager Scott Servais announces changes to his coaching staff

Bench coach Tim Bogar and first base coach Casey Candaele did not have their contracts renewed for next season and will not return.
Seattle Times Oct 1, 2017
Nelson Cruz just can’t quite get homer No. 40 for Mariners

Nelson Cruz just can’t quite get homer No. 40 for Mariners

The designated hitter was trying for a fourth consecutive season for 40 homers. He led the American League with 119 RBI.
Seattle Times Oct 1, 2017
James Paxton closes Mariners season with solid start but Seattle drops Game 162 to Angels

James Paxton closes Mariners season with solid start but Seattle drops Game 162 to Angels

Paxton threw six shutout innings, giving up three hits and striking out nine, but the Mariners’ offense didn’t do enough to help him out in a 6-2 loss.
Washington Times Oct 1, 2017

Bridwell, Paxton duel before Angels breakout, beat Mariners

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) - Parker Bridwell pitched seven scoreless innings in a duel with James Paxton, Eric Young Jr. hit a three-run homer and the Los Angeles Angels beat the Seattle Mariners 6-2 in their season finale Sunday. Paxton shut out Los Angeles for six innings, but Young homered off ...
Seattle Times Oct 1, 2017
Mariners at Angels: Live updates as Seattle plays final game of the 2017 season

Mariners at Angels: Live updates as Seattle plays final game of the 2017 season

Follow here for live updates and analysis as the Mariners (78-83) face the Angels (79-82) in their final game of the 2017 season.

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