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Mariners blow late two-run lead in 5-4 walk-off loss to Angels

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Well, that ended in a hurry. Carlos Perez rocked the first pitch from Dominic Leone for a walk-off homer Tuesday night in powering the Los Angeles Angels to a 5-4 victory over the Mariners at Angel Stadium. This will be a tough one for the Mariners to swallow. The Mariners had just taken a 4-2 lead by scoring three runs in the eighth when Danny Farquhar replaced James Paxton to start the bottom of the inning. Farquhar retired Trout on a pop to first, but the Angels put the tying runs on base when Albert Pujols singled and … Read more »
U.S.S. Mariner 12 hours ago

Game 27, Mariners at Angels

James Paxton vs. Garrett Richards, 7:05pm Back at the start of the year, I talked about how it’d be nice to see the M’s start strong and take advantage of the temporary weakness in Oakland (who started without Coco Crisp and Josh Reddick, and have Jarrod Parker...
Orange County Register 6 hours ago

On deck: Mariners at Angels, Wednesday, 7 p.m.

Where: Angel Stadium TV: Fox Sports West, 7 p.m. Did you know: The Angels announced their minor-league players of the month for April on Tuesday. Low-A right-hander Jeremy Rhoades and Triple-A catcher Carlos Perez won pitcher and player honors,...
Los Angeles Times 7 hours ago

Carlos Perez wins it for Angels with walk-off home run in MLB debut

Carlos Perez capped his major league debut with a game-ending homer in the ninth, and the Angels snapped their four-game skid with a 5-4 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday night.
Mariners notebook: Miller says he’s `pretty frustrated’ at shift in roles

Mariners notebook: Miller says he’s `pretty frustrated’ at shift in roles

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Brad Miller admits he isn’t happy at the Mariners’ emerging plan to shift him from duty as a full-time shortstop into a super utility role. “They just told me I won’t be playing short,” he said. “I’ll be playing other spots. Just kind of go from there. I was pretty frustrated, but I’m a player. I go out and play. They make the decisions.” The Mariners’ signaled the change Monday by recalling shortstop Chris Taylor from Triple-A Tacoma. Miller began taking outfield drills prior to Monday’s 3-2 victory in the series opener. “My vision is to see … ...
Tacoma News-Tribune 9 hours ago

Mariners notebook: Brad Miller says he’s ‘pretty frustrated’ at shift in roles

Brad Miller admits he isn’t happy at the Mariners’ emerging plan to shift him from duty as a full-time shortstop into a super utility role.

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Tacoma News-Tribune May 4, 2015

Mariners place Austin Jackson on DL

The Seattle Mariners placed outfielder Austin Jackson on the 15-day disabled list Monday due to a sprained right ankle.

Seattle Mariners’ Nelson Cruz named American League Player of the Month

Once Nelson Cruz started hitting during his first month with the Seattle Mariners, he never stopped. On Monday, he got a little bit of hardware as a result. Cruz was named April’s American League Player of the Month on Monday afternoon, becoming the first Mariner to take home the award since Ichiro did so in […]
Tacoma News-Tribune May 4, 2015

Mariners' Cruz named AL Player of the Month

Seattle Mariners right fielder Nelson Cruz was named Monday as the American League Player of the Month for April.

Mariners’ Cruz picks as AL Player of the Month for April

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Here’s a sobering thought: Where would the Mariners, struggling at 10-15, be without Nelson Cruz, who was picked Monday as the American League’s Player of the Month for April? Cruz entered the week leading the majors with 13 home runs, 25 RBIs, a .788 slugging percentage, 78 total bases and a 1.175 OPS (on-base plus slugging percentage). Prefer new-wave stats? Cruz leads the majors with a 1.8 offensive WAR (wins above replacement), a 226 adjusted OPS, 30 runs created, 15 adjusted batting runs and 1.5 adjusted batting wins. Cruz was the AL player of the week for April...
Seattle Times May 3, 2015

Mariners sending down relievers Olson, Medina

After a disappointing 7-6 loss and being swept in a four-game series by the Astros, the Mariners shook up their roster a bit with two postgame moves.
Tacoma News-Tribune May 3, 2015

John McGrath: Mariners could use a couple of weeks for spring training do-over

It’s possible photos showing Seattle players working out were altered.
Tacoma News-Tribune May 3, 2015

Mariners notebook: Jackson hoping to avoid time on disabled list

Medina, Olson optioned to Triple-A Tacoma after game; corresponding moves will be made prior to Monday’s game at Anaheim.
Seattle Times May 3, 2015

Mariners gets swept by Astros, fall 7-6 in finale

Evan Gattis homered twice and the Houston Astros won their 10th straight game, boosting the best record in the American League by beating the Seattle Mariners 7-6 Sunday.
Mariners notebook: Jackson hoping to avoid time on disabled list

Mariners notebook: Jackson hoping to avoid time on disabled list

HOUSTON — As if losing four games this weekend in Houston wasn’t bad enough, the Mariners also lost center fielder Austin Jackson. For how long is still to be determined. Jackson suffered a sprained right ankle in the third inning Sunday while running out an infield grounder. He walked gingerly from the field under his own power and left the game for evaluation. “It’s not too bad, hopefully,” Jackson said. “I’ve sprained my ankle a few times in the past. That kind of helps (give me an idea). It’s not too swollen. It’s just kind of sore right now.” Club officials … ...
Tacoma News-Tribune May 3, 2015

Recap: Houston vs. Seattle

Evan Gattis and the Houston Astros are scorching hot right now.
Tacoma News-Tribune May 3, 2015

Mariners swept out of Houston with 7-6 loss

It’s been a while since the Mariners were happier to get away from anywhere more than their Sunday departure from Minute Maid Park after suffering a brutal four-game sweep by…
Houston Chronicle May 3, 2015

Evan Gattis leads Astros past Mariners for 10th straight win

Evan Gattis kept the Astros’ train rolling Sunday afternoon, lining a game-winning shot into the Crawford Boxes to beat the Mariners 7-6 at Minute Maid Park. Gattis had a three-run home run in the first and a solo shot in the eighth to help the Astros extend their winning streak to 10 games for the […]

Mariners end miserable stay in Houston with 7-6 loss

HOUSTON — It’s been a while since the Mariners were happier to get away from anywhere more than their Sunday departure from Minute Maid Park after suffering a brutal four-game sweep by the Houston Astros. Evan Gattis’ leadoff homer in the eighth inning provided the winning margin Sunday in lifting Houston to a 7-6 victory after the Mariners clawed their way back from a five-run deficit. Gattis also had a three-run homer in the first inning and had four in the Astros’ four-game sweep. His game-winner, a line drive that just cleared the left-field wall, came against Carson Smith. It...

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