2:31 PM EDT, Mon September 01, 2014
Lookout Landing 1 hour ago
Series Preview: Mariners (73-62) at Athletics (78-58)

Series Preview: Mariners (73-62) at Athletics (78-58)

The Mariners head to Oakland to face the division rival Athletics to start the last month of the season. At a Glance: Date First Pitch Away Team Probable Pitcher Home Team Probable Pitcher Monday, September 1 1:05pm Mariners RHP Chris Young Athletics RHP Jason Hammel Tuesday, September 2 7:05pm Mariners LHP James Paxton Athletics RHP Sonny Gray Wednesday, September 3 12:35pm Mariners RHP Felix Hernandez Athletics LHP Jon Lester Mariners Athletics Edge Batting (wRC+) 92 (13th in AL) 105 (4th in...
Sacramento Bee 3 hours ago

Seattle Mariners (73-62) at Oakland Athletics (78-58), 4:05 p.m. (ET)

The Oakland Athletics' lineup needs a jolt. They are hoping slugger Adam Dunn can provide just that. Dunn could make his Athletics debut on Monday when they start a three-game series with the Seattle Mariners at O.co Coliseum.
Athletics Nation 40 mins ago

Mariners Series Preview: Q&A with Patrick Dubuque of Lookout Landing

With the A's and Mariners squaring off for three games, I asked Patrick Dubuque of Lookout Landing a few questions about his favorite team. Here's what he had to say! It's a new month for the Oakland Athletics, and I don't want to talk about the one we just finished. All that matters is that it didn't...
Athletics Nation 1 hour ago

September 1 call-ups announced: Burns, Anderson, Rodriguez promoted; Lowrie and Dunn activated

Five players were activated for Monday afternoon's game against the Seattle Mariners. The Oakland Athletics announced that five players will be activated for the September 1 game against the Seattle Mariners. Speedy outfielder Billy Burns, right-handed batting catcher Bryan Anderson, right-handed reliever...
Pregame notes and lineups: Mariners at A's -- Seven players added to the roster, Jesus Montero placed on suspended list

Pregame notes and lineups: Mariners at A's -- Seven players added to the roster, Jesus Montero placed on suspended list

Greetings from scenic and lovely  O.Co Coliseum. (Italics is thew new sarcasm font.) It's September 1 meaning rosters have expanded and anyone on the 40-man roster can be called up to participate in the last month. First bit of news .... Jesus Montero has been placed on the suspended list and won't play baseball the rest of the season. This isn't a big surprise since general manager Jack Zduriencik said as much the other day. But by being on the suspended list, Montero isn't getting paid for the last month. It also creates a spot on the 40-man roster for the Mariners, which is needed for...
Ashley Varela / Lookout Landing 1 hour ago

This week in Mariners history: Labor Day weekend edition

Would you walk naked over hot coals to watch Dustin Ackley hit? Happy Labor Day! I'm not sure if the graphic history of this holiday merits the word "happy," but I hope you are all enjoying your barbecues, baseball, and the extra day off from school and work today. It's been a fairly positive week...
Tacoma News-Tribune 15 hours ago
Ackley’s hot bat helps Mariners salvage series

Ackley’s hot bat helps Mariners salvage series

Dustin Ackley’s three-run home run in the bottom of the fifth inning gave the Seattle Mariners the lead for good as they win 5-3 in the series finale against the…
Tacoma News-Tribune 14 hours ago

Mariners notebook: M’s feel Ackley has turned the corner with hot hitting

Dustin Ackley hit a three-run home run in the Seattle Mariners’ 5-3 victory against the Washington Nationals on Sunday. It was his second homer in as many games and he…

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Mariners farm report: Sunday edition

The latest news, notes and stats on the Mariners’ farm system, courtesy of Kelly Munro and the Mariners Baseball Information department.   08.31.14 Mariners Minor League Report  

Ryan Divish's MLB power rankings

Rank (LW) Team Comment 1. (1) Angels 2. (2) Athletics 3. (5) Orioles 4. (3) Dodgers 5. (4) Nationals 6. (6) Royals Word of advice to Ned Yost. When your organization hasn't made the playoffs since 1985, ripping the fans for not showing up is probably not the best of ideas. 7. (7) Brewers 8. (11) Tigers 9. (10) Giants 10. (9) Mariners A confrontation between Jesus Montero and a scout over an ice cream sandwich? Well, it does provide some distraction against the fact the team lost three of four to start this homestand. 11. (8) Cardinals 12. (12) Braves 13....
Tacoma News-Tribune Aug 31, 2014

Nats edge M's, 3-1

SEATTLE-If there is such a thing as momentum in baseball, the Seattle Mariners had plenty of it entering this homestand.
Tacoma News-Tribune Aug 31, 2014

Dustin Ackley's home run helps Mariners beat Nationals, 5-3

SEATTLE - Dustin Ackley's swing might not have been the most powerful on a Sunday afternoon full of long balls at Safeco Field. The most powerful was the cut Bryce…
Tacoma News-Tribune Aug 31, 2014

Recap: Seattle vs. Washington

Stephen Strasburg fired 7 2/3 innings of one-run ball and the Washington Nationals defeated the Seattle Mariners, 3-1, in the middle test of a three-game set.
Tacoma News-Tribune Aug 31, 2014

Rainiers bullpen runs out of gas after spot start in 9-2 loss to Fresno

Technically, the Tacoma Rainiers lost on Saturday night in Fresno, but it might be more accurate to say they lost it in the afternoon. Scheduled starting pitcher Taijuan Walker was…
Tacoma News-Tribune Aug 31, 2014

Mariners’ skid hits three in 3-1 loss to Nationals

Error on game’s first play set tone; Mariners have lost 11 in a row to Washington…
Washington Post Aug 31, 2014

Stephen Strasburg delivers seven-plus sharp innings as Nationals hold off Mariners, 3-1

SEATTLE — Stephen Strasburg tormented the Seattle Mariners on Saturday night at Safeco Field, assaulting the narratives attached to his season. Can’t pitch on the road? Ask Robinson Cano about that 97-mph fit-in-a-Starbucks-cup fastball. Can’t be trusted against playoff teams? The Mariners are in wild-card position, and they spent much of the night walking back to the dugout and shaking their heads, beaten and amazed. Read full article >>
Seattle Times Aug 31, 2014

Mariners continue to lose momentum, and ballgames, losing 3-1 to Washington

Washington’s Stephen Strasburg keeps the Mariners’ offense in its funk
CSN Washington Aug 31, 2014

Strasburg pitches gem as Nats beat Mariners 3-1

Stephen Strasburg had perhaps his best road outing of the season in a 3-1 win for the Nationals against the Mariners.

Mariners’ skid hits three in 3-1 loss to Nationals

SEATTLE — When two outfielders run together on the first play of game, and combine for a two-base error…yep, it was that kind of Saturday night for the Mariners. When that error is soon followed by a two-run homer; when your best chance to counter fizzles when your franchise player takes a third strike with two runners in scoring position… The result, in this case, was a 3-1 loss to the Washington Nationals at Safeco Field. And with that, the Mariners — who had not lost back-to-back games in more than month prior to Friday’s loss to the Nats in the series … Read more »
Seattle Times Aug 30, 2014
Kivlehan, Peterson M’s top minor-leaguers this year

Kivlehan, Peterson M’s top minor-leaguers this year

They started the season together at Class A High Desert. In a few years, they could be batting in the middle of the Mariners’ batting order.

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