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It’s not official (yet), but trading Ramirez enables Mariners to set roster

It’s not official (yet), but trading Ramirez enables Mariners to set roster

PEORIA, Ariz. — Taijuan Walker’s spot in the Mariners’ rotation is all but official, and Tyler Olson’s remarkable spring rise to win a bullpen job should be confirmed within the next few days. The trade Tuesday night that sent right-hander Erasmo Ramirez to Tampa Bay for lefty Mike Montgomery cleared the way for the Mariners to set their 25-man roster for the regular season. “Write what you see,” manager Lloyd McClendon said, gesturing to a board in his office during his Wednesday morning news briefing. “Take a look at the board.” The board had 25 names. Walker and Olson were...
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Erasmo Ramirez to Tampa in Minimally Surprising Trade

You always wanted to blame a physical injury. Something small enough to go undiagnosed, but that changed his mechanics somehow. He’d always shown good control, but he was putting up average-to-mediocre walk numbers. Nothing looked wrong with the velocity, and every so often, a perfectly disguised change...

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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 […]
Tacoma News-Tribune Mar 31, 2015

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Tacoma News-Tribune Mar 30, 2015

Miller back in Seattle Mariners’ lineup after ‘lost’ weekend … and planning to cut his hair

Recovered now from severe flu-like symptoms, Mariners shortstop Brad Miller working to sharpen his focus at the plate.
Tacoma News-Tribune Mar 30, 2015

Recap: Seattle vs. LA Angels

Mike Zunino hit a solo home run and drove in three as the Seattle Mariners grabbed a 5-3 win over the Los Angeles Angels on Monday.


THE FACTS: Taijuan Walker’s spring scoreless streak ended at 19 innings when he yielded a leadoff homer in the second inning to Matt Joyce. Other than that, Walker was pretty near flawless over seven innings. One run, three hits, no walks and five strikeouts. That boosted his spring numbers to 25 innings, one run, nine hits, four walks and 24 strikeouts — which translates to an 0.36 ERA. He is also 3-0. “I feel really good with all of my pitches,” Walker said. “I feel confident.” Mike Zunino continued his hot spring with a two-run double in a three-run fourth inning … ...
Orange County Register Mar 30, 2015

Final: Mariners 5, Angels 3

The game: The Angels lost 5-3 to the Seattle Mariners in a matchup that will be repeated on opening day in Seattle. The Angels started all nine of their projected opening day starters, while the Mariners started eight of their nine. Pitching report:...
Tacoma News-Tribune Mar 30, 2015

Mariners release P Correia

The Seattle Mariners granted pitcher Kevin Correia his unconditional release Monday, one day after assigning the veteran to minor league camp.

Miller back in lineup after `lost’ weekend…and planning to cut his hair

PEORIA, Ariz. — Shortstop Brad Miller returned Monday to the Mariners’ lineup after a tough weekend of battling severe flu-like symptoms and…wait…we’ve got news. Miller revealed he’s planning to ditch the long flowing locks that conjured up images of cover-shot heroes on romance novels. He never quite reached Fabio-level, but Miller’s hairstyle attracted lots of attention earlier in camp. Alas, it will be but a spring fling. “I have to cut it,” he said. “It was not my decision, no. But I have to cut it. I’ve got to cut it here soon.” That’s all Miller offers to...
Seattle Times Mar 30, 2015

TV deal gives Mariners plenty to spend this season / Geoff Baker

Mariners’ opening day payroll increases by almost the same $31 million total profit from last year.
Tacoma News-Tribune Mar 29, 2015

Mariners clear spots for Walker, Olson by optioning Elias, Smith to Tacoma

Roster for opening day almost set after club moves 10 players to the minor leagues…
Tacoma News-Tribune Mar 29, 2015

Mariners’ late spring skid hits five games with 8-5 loss to Padres

The Seattle Mariners’ late spring skid hit five games Sunday when the San Diego Padres built an early lead in a 8-5 victory that closed this spring’s training complex spring…
Tacoma News-Tribune Mar 29, 2015

Recap: San Diego vs. Seattle

Wil Myers and Matt Kemp each homered to help the San Diego Padres to an 8-5 win over the Seattle Mariners on Sunday.


THE FACTS: The Mariners’ late spring skid hit five games Sunday when the San Diego Padres built an early lead in a victory that closed this spring’s complex spring series in a 2-2 tie. Mariners starter J.A. Happ had a rocky three-run first inning that began with a first-pitch homer by leadoff hitter Wil Myers. Happ also gave up a homer to Matt Kemp that caromed off the batters’ eye and three singles. “I was being way too tentative early on,” Happ said. “I don’t really know what the reason for that is. It showed, and I was missing a … Read more »

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