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Oakland handcuffs Mariners on four hits

SEATTLE – Trevor Cahill and two relievers held Seattle to four hits while Josh Willingham and Scott Sizemore hit home runs in the Oakland Athletics’ 7-0 rout of the Mariners …


Red Sox sock Mariners 6-4

SEATTLE – No team in baseball scores like the Boston Red Sox, who put on a power show Friday night at Safeco Field, where they hit the ball over, around …


Wells drives in game-winner for Mariners

Casper Wells had the tiebreaking RBI single in the seventh inning for the Seattle Mariners in a 4-3 victory over the A.L. West-leading Texas Rangers on Wednesday night.


Brendan Ryan drives in two to help Mariners beat Phillies, 4-2

SEATTLE – Brendan Ryan’s introduction to the American League has gone much the way others who’ve come to the Seattle Mariners after spending their careers facing National League pitchers. Not …


M’s youth movement continues

SEATTLE – It was always a matter of when Dustin Ackley would finally get the call and make the trek up Interstate 5 as the prized prospect of the Seattle …


Ackley makes M’s debut Friday

It was always a matter of when Dustin Ackley would finally get the call and make the trek up Interstate 5 as the prized prospect of the Seattle Mariners farm …


Mariners’ Ackley to make major league debut

Prized Seattle Mariners prospect Dustin Ackley will likely make his major league debut Friday as the Mariners host Philadelphia, the best team in the bigs. Ackley’s debut has been anticipated …


Fluky play saves day in Mariners win

SEATTLE – Carlos Peguero’s two-out groundball in the seventh inning ricocheted off second base, over the head of Los Angeles shortstop Erick Aybar and into center field to score a …


Fister pitches Mariners past Orioles

SEATTLE – Doug Fister has seen the Seattle Mariners pull together the past month. He’s just happy to finally contribute. Fister (3-5) picked up his first victory since April 30, …


Senate extends tax incentive for film companies

OLYMPIA – With signs emerging the Washington Legislature might at least make an effort to finish work by next Wednesday’s deadline, the Senate Thursday extended a tax break for movies …


Mariners win, edge closer to .500

Justin Smoak hit his fifth homer, Jason Vargas pitched shutout ball into the eighth inning and the Seattle Mariners beat the Texas Rangers 3-1 on Thursday night.


Mariners have day off after 5-1 road trip

SEATTLE – The Mariners have a day off after returning from their road trip with a 5-1 record. They’ll begin a six-game home stand today in Safeco Field with three …


Subpar Pineda gets job done for M’s

SEATTLE – There were concerns about his off-speed pitches and doubts about his inexperience, but Michael Pineda answered all them all in his first three major league starts. A 98 …


Pineda dazzles in win

SEATTLE – Thinking back to the key strikeouts, the standing ovation and the obligatory postgame beer shower from teammates, Michael Pineda grinned like a 22-year-old that just won his first …


Mariners flub one against Cleveland

Justin Masterson took a shutout into the seventh inning, striking out nine, and the streaking Cleveland Indians benefited from one careless mistake by Seattle in a 2-1 win over the …


Mariners honor late broadcaster Niehaus before opener

SEATTLE – Hall of Fame broadcaster Dave Niehaus was honored by the Seattle Mariners before Friday night’s home opener against Cleveland, the first time in franchise history Niehaus didn’t call …


Blanchette: Benched Wilson on hot seat

At least it didn’t take six weeks into the season and a clubhouse nap by the franchise icon for things to unravel.


Bedard impressive in first start in more than a year, but Mariners fall to Texas

ARLINGTON, Texas – Erik Bedard made his first start in 20 months and the Seattle Mariners’ left-hander didn’t show much rust. Bedard got his latest comeback under way with five …


Rain forces M’s to do some shuffling with pitchers

PEORIA, Ariz. – With a 100 percent chance of rain in the forecast Monday afternoon, the Mariners pushed their minor league games against the Royals’ minor leaguers from 1 p.m. …


M’s Hernandez gives up six in spring outing

SURPRISE, Ariz. – The problem wasn’t the number of strikes Felix Hernandez threw Thursday night. It was the number of balls he didn’t throw, the Seattle Mariners’ ace joked after …


Fister struggles early, but Mariners come back against Cubs

PEORIA, Ariz. – Seattle Mariners right-hander Doug Fister knows that when he doesn’t keep the baseball down in the strike zone, he’ll get hit. The Chicago Cubs did that to …


Seattle Mariners finally sign fourth-round pick James Paxton

PEORIA, Ariz. – In a season in which the Seattle Mariners are logically – if not quite outwardly – playing for the future, consider James Paxton another intriguing name to …


Newsmakers

Signed The Seattle Mariners have signed right-handed pitcher Jamey Wright as a minor league free agent and invited him to spring training. The 36-year-old Wright appeared in 28 games last …


Mariners add DH Cust

Free-agent slugger Jack Cust and the Mariners agreed to a one-year contract Wednesday, giving Seattle a veteran designated hitter heading into 2011.


Felix wins Cy Young award

Felix Hernandez has been chosen the American League Cy Young Award winner. The Seattle ace won by an easy margin in results released Thursday by the Baseball Writers’ Association of …


A’s batter Mariners

Gio Gonzalez battled through early control problems to throw seven scoreless innings and the Oakland Athletics defeated the Seattle Mariners 8-1 on Thursday night.


Mariners tell Felix he’s done for season

Felix Hernandez is done pitching for the season.


Mariners find new way to lose

M’s reliever Dan Cortes blew a three-run lead in the eighth inning, then lost the game in bizarre fashion in the ninth, 6-5, to the Texas Rangers.


Seattle Mariners GM coming back

Jack Zduriencik will return in 2011 as the Mariners’ general manager, team president Chuck Armstrong confirmed Tuesday.


Rays crush Mariners

Take away the first inning and Doug Fister threw a one-hitter over five shutout frames. Then again, take away their first 154 games and the Mariners would be undefeated. Unfortunately …