7:41 AM EDT, Sun May 20, 2018
The Seattle Times 6 hours ago
Mariners manager Scott Servais on James Paxton’s complete game: ‘We just jumped on his back tonight’

Mariners manager Scott Servais on James Paxton’s complete game: ‘We just jumped on his back tonight’

Postgame notes, quotes, boxscore and video of James Paxton and manager Scott Servais discussing the Mariners' 7-2 win over the Tigers on Saturday night.
Detroit Free Press 7 hours ago

Detroit Tigers shut down by James Paxton in Seattle Mariners' 7-2 win

James Paxton threw a complete game to give the Seattle Mariners a second straight win over the Detroit Tigers        
Bless You Boys 7 hours ago

Tigers’ bats asleep in Seattle; Mariners 7, Detroit 2

Paxton pitches a complete game for the Mariners Seattle starter James Paxton pitched a complete game, holding the Tigers to just three hits and a walk, with eight strikeouts, leading the Mariners to a 7- 2 victory over Detroit. Seattle opened the scoring on...
The Seattle Times 7 hours ago

James Paxton goes the distance, leading Mariners to 7-2 win over Tigers

Paxton was outstanding, allowing just two runs on three hits with a walk and eight strikeouts to improve to 3-1.
Lookout Landing 4 hours ago
Mariners bring Hitsville USA to Seattle, win 7-2 over Detroit

Mariners bring Hitsville USA to Seattle, win 7-2 over Detroit

Stop! In the name of runs... After Friday night’s incredible, game-winning five-run rally, the Mariners came into tonight’s game ready to pull out all the stops. And pull them out they did, both in the batter’s box and on the mound. James Paxton came out hot with the fastball-curve combo and started the first inning by striking out Leonys Martín. Much has been said about Paxton’s ability to throw heat as he goes deeper into his starts, but I love seeing that happen within an inning. In the first, every single fastball he threw increased in velocity, starting at 93.4 mph and ending...
The Seattle Times 13 hours ago

Mariners vs. Tigers: Live updates as M’s, James Paxton host Detroit

James Paxton makes his first home start since his no-hitter as the Mariners look to pick up a second win in a row over the Tigers. Follow here for live updates, analysis and more.

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DodgerBlue.com May 18, 2018
Dodgers Claim Erik Goeddel Off Waivers From Mariners; Henry Owens Designated For Assignment

Dodgers Claim Erik Goeddel Off Waivers From Mariners; Henry Owens Designated For Assignment

The Los Angeles Dodgers claimed reliever Erik Goeddel off waivers from the Seattle Mariners and designated Henry...
Lookout Landing May 18, 2018
MLB Draft 2018: Seattle Mariners Outfield Depth Overview

MLB Draft 2018: Seattle Mariners Outfield Depth Overview

There’s actually a lot to like here! The MLB draft is less than a month away! Soon we will know which 25-ish new prospects will be running down to the local Lids for a Mariners hat for that all-important Instagram post. If you check out the “MLB Draft 2018” tag you’ll find the plethora of info we’ve been compiling over the past couple months for you. As we get closer to the actual date of the draft (June 4-6), we’ll be ramping up our coverage. This week, we take a look at what’s in the system already, position by position, to get a sense of what needs the Mariners might have...
Lookout Landing May 18, 2018
FanPost Friday: Who is the most underrated Mariners player of all time?

FanPost Friday: Who is the most underrated Mariners player of all time?

Use fWAR, bWAR, or WARDOOPIExGRIT to come up with your answer. Be sure to show your work. Number 2 pencils only, please. This week’s prompt comes to us via Twitter user @Captain_Kuyk: @LookoutLanding I feel like Omar visquel and Kaz are the most underrated mariners of all time, any arguments?— Captainkuyk (@captain_kuyk) May 11, 2018 Thanks for the great prompt idea, Captain K! So let’s hear it: Who is the most underrated Mariners player of all time? Using any metric you desire, make your argument in a FanPost for which Mariners player was truly underrated either during his time...

POLL RESULTS: Cano’s absence is a big deal for the Mariners

HeraldNet.com HeraldNet.com - Everett and Snohomish County news from The Daily Herald in Everett, Washington Seattle’s star second baseman is out until August because of injury and suspension. POLL RESULTS: Cano’s absence is a big deal for the Mariners Nick Patterson
Lookout Landing May 18, 2018
We’re Talkin’ SoftbaLL, 2018 Edition

We’re Talkin’ SoftbaLL, 2018 Edition

This time, it’s for ALL the marbles The time for SoftbaLL is upon us again. (h/t to the one true GOAT, Leonard Su) Last season, we had games in June and then one in early October that almost got rained out, but we Northwest die-hards persevered in the name of SoftbaLL glory. This season, I have gone ahead and taken the liberty of booking us a field on Saturday, June 23 for our first of two SoftbaLL tilts. SoftbaLL 2018 Game One Saturday, June 23Lower Woodland Park FieldsField #61:30 - 3:30 PM The Mariners are on the road in Boston that day, so the plan will be to retire to a kid-friendly...
The Seattle Times May 18, 2018
Extra Innings podcast: Robinson Cano was suspended, don’t you know. What’s next for the Mariners?

Extra Innings podcast: Robinson Cano was suspended, don’t you know. What’s next for the Mariners?

The podcast focuses on the 80-game suspension of Robinson Cano and what it means to him and the Mariners going forward.
Lookout Landing May 18, 2018
About last night: Two years

About last night: Two years

Ryan Cook was worth the wait Two years is a long time to be unable to do what you love. We have but one life to live, and those 24 months represent approximately 2% of an average person’s lifespan. I wonder if Guillermo Heredia and Ryan Cook have spoken much? I’m not sure how good Cook’s Spanish is - Heredia is continuing to work on his English. They’re teammates, sure, but that’s about all they overlap on. Cook is from Clovis, California, while Heredia hails from Matanzas, Cuba; two locales so separate that Google Maps had to apologize for its inability to calculate directions...
Lookout Landing May 18, 2018
Sporcle Friday: No Hitters and the Mariners

Sporcle Friday: No Hitters and the Mariners

A week late on this one. Good news. Mariners pitchers have thrown more no-hitters than opposing pitchers have thrown no-hitters against the Mariners. Including combined no-nos, the Mariners have been a part of nine no-hitters throughout their history. Can you name all those pitchers? NOTE: For the combined no-hitters, you are asked to name just the starter. Link!
Lookout Landing May 18, 2018
Mariners Moose Tracks, 5/18/18: Nelson Cruz, Kenyan Middleton, and Snails

Mariners Moose Tracks, 5/18/18: Nelson Cruz, Kenyan Middleton, and Snails

At least it’s Friday... for now Well, the bad news is that things look grim. It’s times like this that it’s so easy to see everything falling apart. Honestly, everything is falling apart. The good news is that it’s Friday. The other bad news is that in less than 24 hours, it won’t be Friday any longer. The other good news is that it will then be Saturday! Unfortunately, there’s more bad news still to come: within 48 hours of that, it’ll be Monday again. Yikes. Distract yourself from the repetition of modern life by absorbing the knowledge contained in these...
KC Kingdom May 18, 2018

Kansas City Royals: Trading Whit Merrifield to Mariners could be an option

The Kansas City Royals finally found themselves a second baseman in Whit Merrifield, but fans shouldn’t be surprised if he gets traded this season. The Mariners in particular could be a good fit. The biggest reason as to why the Seattle Mariners would make sense as a trade partner for Whit Merrifield is because Robinson […] Kansas City Royals: Trading Whit Merrifield to Mariners could be an option - KC Kingdom - KC Kingdom - Royals, Chiefs, Jayhawks, Kansas State, Mizzou & More
Lookout Landing May 18, 2018
Mariners make mole hill a mountain, Mlose

Mariners make mole hill a mountain, Mlose

A sad, quiet loss, but one we saw try to slink away. This one could’ve been easy, and early on it was. With runs in both the 2nd and 3rd innings, Seattle had a 2-0 lead through five innings that felt far more luxurious. Guillermo Heredia had a brilliant day, with an RBI single in the second that Mitch Haniger matched an inning later. But the Mariners didn’t put the game away, and for what felt like the story of this entire week, Seattle was unable to adjust. Both Mike Zunino and his counterpart James McCann played home plate umpire Tim Timmons like a fiddle, seemingly daring one another...
The Seattle Times May 18, 2018
Tigers find a way in eighth, ruin night for Mariners

Tigers find a way in eighth, ruin night for Mariners

The M's blew a great performance from Marco Gonzales and a stirring comeback from reliever Ryan Cook, falling 3-2 to the Tigers.
Lookout Landing May 18, 2018
24-19: Chart

24-19: Chart

This chart is also in the strike zone. Fangraphs Busting your asses: Ryan Cook - WPA .164 Breaking your glasses: Nick Vincent - WPA -.506

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