7:40 PM EDT, Tue May 22, 2018
Lookout Landing 5 hours ago
Dee Gordon placed on 10-day DL, Vogelbach Recalled

Dee Gordon placed on 10-day DL, Vogelbach Recalled

He’s baaaach With the Mariners announcing last week that they’d be transitioning Dee Gordon back to second base for the foreseeable future, forcing two platoon outfielders into full time roles, it felt like it was only a matter of time before the Mariners made a move to rid themselves of a backup infielder in favor of another outfielder. Not so fast. #Mariners recall INF Daniel Vogelbach from AAA Tacoma. Seattle has placed INF Dee Gordon on the 10-day disabled list (retroactive to May 21) with a fractured right great toe.Read: https://t.co/dYFMB59JZg pic.twitter.com/VAr3fPyjK7—...
The Seattle Times 5 hours ago

Mariners place Dee Gordon on the 10-day disabled list with fractured toe

Daniel Vogelbach was recalled from Class AAA Tacoma to take Gordon's place on the roster.

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Lookout Landing 2 hours ago
Keith Law mocks prep OF Jarred Kelenic to Mariners

Keith Law mocks prep OF Jarred Kelenic to Mariners

If he actually falls this far, yes PLEASE Ah, early spring. Graduation season, prom season, and most importantly, mock draft season. As we get closer to the MLB draft (June 4-6), we will keep you up on which players major media outlets are projecting to the Mariners. One giant caveat: this front office, while presenting an air of transparency, has shown a tendency to keep things very close to the vest. I still remember having to abandon my Thanksgiving pie-making halfway through in order to cover the Hanigura (TM Ben Thoen) trade. People will say things like “the Mariners have been linked...
Lookout Landing 4 hours ago
MLB Draft 2018: Reviewing the Mariners’ past drafts - 2014

MLB Draft 2018: Reviewing the Mariners’ past drafts - 2014

What could have been the Mariners’ new guard instead fell flat on their collective face The 2014 MLB Draft was supposed to be a watershed moment for the M’s. As compensation for signing Robinson Canó, Jack Zduriencik sacrificed the team’s second-round pick, but he kept the No. 6 pick in his arsenal. If things had broken right, the stars from this draft would be forming the young core of the current squad. Instead...well, just keep reading. The Strategy: I actually remember this draft vividly, as I was serving as a front office intern for the Mariners during the summer of 2014. From...
Lookout Landing 6 hours ago
The Mariners have all the ingredients (and the need) for an “Opener”

The Mariners have all the ingredients (and the need) for an “Opener”

Seattle has been decimated in the first inning. Let’s find the right fit for some creativity. A wonderful thing about baseball is that you can see something new every day. Another wonderful thing about baseball is that the patterns that emerge from all those unique moments deliver us data samples large enough to predict future events more effectively than most other sports. Sometimes, however, events like this past weekend occur, and show us something we haven’t seen in over a century. #Rays on Sunday will start .... Romo. Again.— Marc Topkin (@TBTimes_Rays) May 20, 2018 The...
Lookout Landing 9 hours ago
Mariners Moose Tracks, 5/22/18: Robinson Canó, Rich Hill, and Juan Soto

Mariners Moose Tracks, 5/22/18: Robinson Canó, Rich Hill, and Juan Soto

Happy Tuesday! Good morning everyone! I’m back from my minor slumber. I’m still tired, but at least I’m here doing this writing thing. You might also be tired, depending on when you’re reading this. Or maybe you’re always tired, which is relatable. Either way, hopefully these links can help wake you up. In Mariners news... Alex Rodriguez seems confident that Robinson Canó will be back to his dominant ways eventually. Ohhhh yes. The future is back.Turn Ahead the Clock Night makes its triumphant return on June 30th. Don't miss this one. ️ https://t.co/snjXXsgREL...
The Seattle Times 10 hours ago
Analysis: Robinson Cano leaves hole, but Mariners now have cash and options

Analysis: Robinson Cano leaves hole, but Mariners now have cash and options

The Mariners have $11 million in cash they won’t be paying Robinson Cano now that he’s suspended. Smart money says they should spread it around the roster rather than focus on one replacement.
Lookout Landing May 21, 2018
MLB Draft 2018: Reviewing the Mariners’ past drafts - 2013

MLB Draft 2018: Reviewing the Mariners’ past drafts - 2013

A down year for the draft with surprising upside for the M’s The 2018 MLB Draft is June 4-6, and we are getting very close to a fever pitch of excitement here at the site (note: does not have anything to do with noted baseball movie Fever Pitch, of which opinions are varied). While we will continue to profile potential draft choices with our conference preview series and mock draft recaps, we are also attempting to provide an overview of how we got to where we are. Last week we examined the positional depth in the system; this week we’ll be looking at the drafts from 2013- on to look...
Lookout Landing May 21, 2018
An Appreciation of Kyle Seager’s Facial Hair

An Appreciation of Kyle Seager’s Facial Hair

Our little man is all grown up Facial hair is a strange thing. Even the most minuscule changes in length, placement, and scraggly-ness can change a person’s entire outward appearance. We all have our own ingrained ideas of what kind of person is attached to a neck beard, handlebar mustache, or soul patch. While changing the style can elicit drastic, visceral reactions, there’s nothing quite like a person’s face going from bare to furry, or vice versa. On April 14, Stephen Brashear of snapped this photo that shows an inkling of facial hair on Mr. Kyle Seager, but certainly not enough...
Lookout Landing May 21, 2018
About Last Night: Love and Baseball

About Last Night: Love and Baseball

And there are others who were born with the wisdom to know that nothing lasts. Promotional giveaways are fickle things. If I wanted to cut straight to your heart, I’d name Night Court as the quintessential example. Will the player they honor be on the roster? Hurt? Cut? Bad? Entertainingly, this weekend the Mariners honored James Paxton on Felix Hernandez night, and then gave away a Félix bobblehead on James Paxton night. I’m sure James and the King played nice about it. Sometimes, though, you give away Jean Segura wristbands at juuuuuuust the right moment. Everything about yesterday...
Lookout Landing May 21, 2018
Mariners Moose Tracks, 5/21/18: Biggie, Jordan Hicks, Jean + Guillermo 4ever

Mariners Moose Tracks, 5/21/18: Biggie, Jordan Hicks, Jean + Guillermo 4ever

Let’s hit the links We were all excited about the Mariners’ come-from-behind, walk-off win on Sunday to take the series from the Tigers. I myself was listening in the car when Mitch Haniger went yard, and nearly injured my hand from smacking the steering wheel in whatever the opposite of road rage is. The hype was not limited to just fans. The Guillermo-Jean best friendship train is gaining steam: These two.#TrueToTheBlue pic.twitter.com/jTDGznLZ1o— Mariners (@Mariners) May 21, 2018 In Mariners News... Speaking of the new best friends, Jean Segura and Guillermo Heredia posted...

No shortage of Mariners drama in season’s 1st 2 months

HeraldNet.com HeraldNet.com - Everett and Snohomish County news from The Daily Herald in Everett, Washington From Cano’s suspension to Paxton’s no-hitter and brush with an eagle, every day is something new. No shortage of Mariners drama in season’s 1st 2 months TJ Cotterill
Lookout Landing May 20, 2018
Mariners sleep in until 3 PM, wake up in a panic, win

Mariners sleep in until 3 PM, wake up in a panic, win

Never in doubt Some days, for whatever reason, you wake up feeling lethargic. You restrained yourself to one drink, you turned off the screens an hour before bed, and you even drank some tea to wind down. You don’t remember having a particularly hard time sleeping, and yet, you wake up at 8:30 in the morning feeling like you got maybe 30 total minutes of rest. Sometimes it just happens. I think that that was probably the Mariners today. They groggily stumbled into the stadium, still picking the sand out of the corners of their eyes. They sipped coffee before getting dressed, played loud...
The Seattle Times May 20, 2018
Jean Segura on the Mariners’ extra-inning win: ‘It tells you what kind of team you have … It’s amazing how we have battled’

Jean Segura on the Mariners’ extra-inning win: ‘It tells you what kind of team you have … It’s amazing how we have battled’

Postgame notes, quotes, boxscore and video of Jean Segura, Mitch Haniger and Scott Servais discussing the Mariners' 3-2 win in 11 innings.
Lookout Landing May 20, 2018
27-19: Chart

27-19: Chart

The Mariners come back, take the series, and end the weekend the right way Being in a playoff spot: Mitch Haniger (0.501 WPA) Staying there: Jean Segura (0.121 WPA) Not being in a playoff spot, and also being the Angels: Andrew Romine (-0.145 WPA)

Mariners Player News

  • 2 Dee Gordon

    Dee Gordon

    Mariners place Dee Gordon on the 10-day disabled list with fractured toe

  • 2 Daniel Vogelbach

    Daniel Vogelbach

    Dee Gordon placed on 10-day DL, Vogelbach Recalled

  • 1 Robinson Cano

    Robinson Cano

    Analysis: Robinson Cano leaves hole, but Mariners now have cash and options

  • James Paxton

    James Paxton

    The Yankees should try to trade for James Paxton

  • Ichiro Suzuki

    Ichiro Suzuki

    Seattle Mariners make Ichiro Suzuki acting bench coach

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