12:55 PM EDT, Sat August 29, 2015

Mariners manage to shut out White Sox

The Mariners went 0 for 11 with runners in scoring position and stranded a small Montana town of runners on base — 10 to be exact — and still managed to pull out a 2-0 win over the White Sox on Friday night at U.S. Cellular Field.
Northwest Herald 13 hours ago

No offense behind John Danks in White Sox's loss to Mariners

CHICAGO – Kyle Seager and Franklin Gutierrez both had three hits and a homer, and Taijuan Walker allowed three hits before leaving with an injury in the seventh inning as the Seattle Mariners beat the White Sox, 2-0, Friday night.
South Side Sox 13 hours ago

Mariners 2, White Sox 0: Solo shots spoil John Danks' night

Taijuan Walker spearheads four-hit shutout in rematch from Sunday When John Danks and Taijuan Walker squared off in Seattle this past Sunday, Danks fell early, Walker crumbled later, and the Mariners held on for the victory in an 8-6 slobberknocker. This time,...
White Sox Blog | Chicago Breaking Sports 13 hours ago

Another quality start goes to waste in White Sox's 2-0 loss to Mariners

When it comes to quality starts, the White Sox have set the standard in the American League this season with 76.
Lookout Landing 13 hours ago
Day of changes continues with an M's win

Day of changes continues with an M's win

A new era begins with a win. The result of today's game will likely not go down in history as the most memorable event to occur on August 28th, 2015.  No, on a day that involved a front office shake up, and many new questions spawned, the Seattle Mariners still played a baseball game against the Chicago White Sox.  There will be weeks and months full of rumors both great and worrisome but it is important to consider that for a few of those coming weeks, baseball will still be played.  Today's game was indicative of the mood of the franchise.  The game never felt like the focus even...
Mariners Blog | Seattle Times 14 hours ago

What they’re saying about Mariners’ Jack Zduriencik firing

What the national media is saying about the Mariners’ firing of general manager Jack Zduriencik on Friday:

More Mariners Rumors & News

Mariners trade Fernando Rodney to Cubs for cash considerations

Reliever, designated for assignment Saturday, reunites with Joe Maddon, his manager in 2012-13 with Tampa Bay.

Game thread: Mariners at White Sox — Aug. 27

Follow along live with Ryan Divish as the Mariners open up a four-game series against the White Sox in Chicago.

Seattle Mariners trade Fernando Rodney to the Chicago Cubs for cash or player to be named

The Seattle Mariners traded reliever Fernando Rodney to the Chicago Cubs on Thursday afternoon for a player to be named or cash considerations. Rodney, 38, had been designated by assignment by the Mariners on Aug. 23 after going 5-5 with a 5.68 ERA over 54 appearances. #Cubs today acquired RHP Fernando Rodney from the Seattle […]

Mariners trade Fernando Rodney to the Cubs for cash considerations

The Mariners have traded closer Fernando Rodney, who was designated for assignment to the Chicago Cubs for cash considerations.

Pregame notes and lineups: Kyle Seager gets a rare day off

With lefty Carlos Rodon on the mound and in the middle of a rough patch at the plate, manager Lloyd McClendon gave third baseman Kyle Seager a rare day off. Brad Miller will start at shortstop. How rare? When Seager didn’t play on June 18 because of food poisoning – he thinks caused by a […]
Nick Eaton / Seattle Times Aug 27, 2015

Ken Griffey Jr. honors famous 1989 Mariners rookie card in Macklemore’s new ‘Downtown’ music video

The Kid dons 1980s Mariners garb and catches a Pike Place Market fish in the Seattle rapper's new music video shot in Spokane and Seattle.

Ji-Man Choi gets career-best 7 RBI in Tacoma’s 13-7 victory

Choi hits a grand slam to help Tacoma crush Memphis.

Justin Verlander loses no-hit bid in 9th

Justin Verlander lost a bid for his third no-hitter when Chris Iannetta hit a leadoff double in the ninth inning, and the Detroit Tigers beat the Los Angeles Angels 5-0 Wednesday night.
Larry Stone / Seattle Times Aug 27, 2015

Why did the Mariners’ season go terribly wrong?

At nine games under .500 with just 35 games to play and eight teams to pass, they’re done, in every way except mathematically. And in retrospect, it’s getting harder to remember why so many people – guilty as charged – were so high on this team.

SS Ketel Marte could buck trend of failed Seattle Mariners prospects

So desperate are the Mariners to pull survivors from the wreckage of the 2015 season, it would be understandable if they dubbed rookie shortstop Ketel Marte the leadoff hitter of the future, the cure to end a 14-year playoff drought and the key to restoring faith in an embattled front office that’s been shelled for failing to develop […]
Seattle Times Aug 26, 2015

Bullpen session helps Mariners ace Felix Hernandez get back on track

Hernandez’s August stat line before Wednesday’s start was turning into something of a prolonged blip: Four starts, a 2-2 record and an 8.18 ERA.
Seattle Times Aug 26, 2015

Nelson Cruz homers, Felix Hernandez earns 15th win as Mariners top A’s

Ketel Marte had two hits, including a double, and scored twice, and Cruz finished 3 for 5 with a three RBI and his 39th home run of the season to lead the Mariners to a comfortable 8-2 victory Wednesday at Safeco Field.

Roenis Elias moved back to Mariners’ rotation, Montgomery’s status uncertain

Less than a week after Roenis Elias was recalled from Triple-A Tacoma as a short-term fix for the Seattle Mariners’ ailing bullpen, Elias will return to the rotation and start Thursday in Chicago when the Mariners open a four-game series against the White Sox. The Cuban left-hander, recalled Sunday, pitched one scoreless inning of relief in […]

Mariners Player News

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    Austin Jackson

    How to fix the Seattle Mariners: Rebuild the bullpen, trade CF Austin Jackson and keep Edgar Martinez as hitting coach

  • 1 Kyle Seager

    Kyle Seager

    No offense behind John Danks in White Sox's loss to Mariners

  • 1 Franklin Gutierrez

    Franklin Gutierrez

    Mariners blow 7-0 lead before coming back to defeat Sox in extras, 10-8

  • Hisashi Iwakuma

    Hisashi Iwakuma

    Game 126, Athletics at Mariners

  • Felix Hernandez

    Felix Hernandez

    Bullpen session helps Mariners ace Felix Hernandez get back on track

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