9:05 AM EST, Fri February 12, 2016

Mariners’ scout Wayne Norton elected to the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame

Wayne Norton, a longtime Mariners' scout and baseball pioneer in Canada, has been elected to the 2016 class for the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame

Mariners notebook: Jonah Keri believes Taijuan Walker could eclipse Felix Hernandez in 2016

Jonah Keri still likes the Mariners plus news and notes, including a big guest coming up on the Hot Stove Tuesday night.
Seattle Times Feb 1, 2016
Kyle Seager is ready to do whatever he can to help the Mariners win and make the postseason

Kyle Seager is ready to do whatever he can to help the Mariners win and make the postseason

A few more notes from Mariners' FanFest: After watching his younger brother participate in the postseason, Kyle Seager is ready for the Mariners to do the same. Chris Iannetta hopes to bounce back from his dismal start to last season. Charlie Furbush is healthy and throwing after missing the second half of last season with shoulder problems.

Santa Claus of baseball cards making future fans at Safeco

Miles Gwilym said he handed out 9,000 baseball cards from his collection during Mariners Fanfest this weekend.
Scott Servais: ‘I think if you want to get a different result, you’ve got to do something different.’.

Scott Servais: ‘I think if you want to get a different result, you’ve got to do something different.’.

Here's the full transcript of Scott Servais from the Mariners' pre-spring training media luncheon. He discussed changes to changing the cultures, differences in spring training, the competition for the back-up first base position, Nelson Cruz's playing time in right field, lineups and meeting Andy McKay.

Seattle Sidelines: New Mariners regime tackling tasks with aplomb

There's been much change with the Seattle Mariners since Jerry Dipoto took over as general manager in September. The team's pre-spring...

'Hot Stove' show, FanFest edition: Jerry Dipoto, Charlie Furbush, Kevin Mather and more

Hear from Mariners team president Kevin Mather, general manager Jerry Dipoto, James Paxton, Charlie Furbush and Steve Clevenger on the FanFest edition of the Hot Stove.
Being an M’s fan is difficult, exciting

Being an M’s fan is difficult, exciting

It takes a special type of wiring to tag the Mariners as your top team in this city. In the words of exhausted-yet-enthusiastic fan Felicia Balschweid — who predicts the M’s will lose their final contest to fall one game shy of the playoffs — “It’s a 24/7 thing with them.”
A slimmer and healthy James Paxton shows up to Mariners’ FanFest ready to pitch a full season

A slimmer and healthy James Paxton shows up to Mariners’ FanFest ready to pitch a full season

A healthy James Paxton arrived at Mariners' FanFest with a slimmer frame and a motivation to move past the last two injury-filled seasons and fulfill lofty expectations for success.
Cam Newton’s play, Seahawks fans’ petitions and Jerry Dipoto’s methods: Times readers sound off

Cam Newton’s play, Seahawks fans’ petitions and Jerry Dipoto’s methods: Times readers sound off

Backtalk: Letters to the The Seattle Times sports editor for this week.
Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto: ‘I’m very excited about seeing how this group comes together’

Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto: ‘I’m very excited about seeing how this group comes together’

Here's the full transcript and a few videos of general manager Jerry Dipoto's press conference at the Mariners' pre-spring training luncheon on Thursday at Safeco Field.
Seattle Times Jan 29, 2016
Jerry Dipoto, Kyle Seager among Mariners to appear at FanFest

Jerry Dipoto, Kyle Seager among Mariners to appear at FanFest

Mariners players in attendance at FanFest will sign autographs and participate in various activities.
Seattle Times Jan 28, 2016
Culture is the key for Mariners’ new regime

Culture is the key for Mariners’ new regime

Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto and his staff believe that better and more consistent communication with players will lead to a culture change within the organization and success on the field.
Stone-29

Stone-29

Andy McKay, the new director of player development, believes in a mental approach to baseball and wants to help redefine the “Mariners’ way” to play the game.

Notebook from Mariners pre-spring training luncheon: Position battles, injury updates

A fully stocked notebook from a busy day at the Mariners pre-spring training media session at Safeco Field, including who will battle it out for spots in the back end of the rotation.

Mariners Player News

  • Charlie Furbush

    Charlie Furbush

    'Hot Stove' show, FanFest edition: Jerry Dipoto, Charlie Furbush, Kevin Mather and more

  • Kyle Seager

    Kyle Seager

    Kyle Seager is ready to do whatever he can to help the Mariners win and make the postseason

  • James Paxton

    James Paxton

    A slimmer and healthy James Paxton shows up to Mariners’ FanFest ready to pitch a full season

  • Steve Cishek

    Steve Cishek

    Steve Cishek welcomes chance to stabilize Mariners’ closer role

  • Jesus Sucre

    Jesus Sucre

    Mariners notebook: Jesus Sucre expected to miss at least 6 weeks

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