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  • Numerous buildings uninhabitable after Napa Valley earthquake

    Officials in the city of Napa say 15 to 16 buildings are no longer inhabitable after Sunday’s magnitude-6.0 earthquake, and there is only limited access to numerous other structures. Napa …


  • M’s shelled in season finale

    SEATTLE – Eric Wedge gathered his team together one last time, thanked them for their effort and sent the Seattle Mariners into another offseason of change. Yet again, the Mariners …


  • Blanchette: From Wedge on up, there are no heroes in this movie

    SEATTLE – Just how desperate for a hero is the baseball community here? This much: By default, civic sentiment awarded the gold star for character this weekend to a manager …


  • Angels complete sweep of Mariners

    SEATTLE – Jered Weaver gave up just three hits in eight strong innings, Kole Calhoun added a two-run homer and the Los Angeles Angels completed a three-game sweep with a …


  • Ramirez strong, but not offense

    SEATTLE – The funny thing is, Erasmo Ramirez picked up his first loss of the season when he pitched one of his best games. As fortunate as Ramirez was to …


  • Seager’s RBI double gives Mariners win over Rangers

    ARLINGTON, Texas – The approach taken by Kyle Seager in this game’s decisive at-bat typified what his Mariners teammates had spent the afternoon doing. Seager kept on hanging around against …


  • Mariners ride ace Hernandez to victory

    SEATTLE – Felix Hernandez shrugs off any gawking over his numbers. “They’re all right,” he deadpanned.


  • Ancient Mariners deliver in clutch

    BALTIMORE – The home runs don’t come often these days for 41-year-old Henry Blanco, and neither do starting assignments. When they do, however, Seattle’s backup catcher often leaves a memorable …


  • Rookies spark Mariners’ win over Minnesota

    SEATTLE – Nick Franklin and Brad Miller, two infielders who were toiling in Seattle’s minor league system a couple of months ago, are having a major impact on the big …


  • Starter pitches 7 shutout innings in Twins’ victory over M’s

    SEATTLE — Nothing came easily for Seattle Mariners starter Aaron Harang on Saturday. Even when he was holding the Minnesota Twins hitless over the first three innings, his pitch count …


  • Red-hot Mariners top Astros

    HOUSTON – The last time Felix Hernandez had a 7-0 lead, everything fell apart for Seattle’s ace. This time around things were much different.


  • Mariners make one hit count to beat Astros

    HOUSTON – Drained but delighted, bordering on delirious, the Mariners were in full agreement on one thing after they had – somehow – pulled out a 4-2 victory over the …


  • Mariners in pickle as trade deadline approaches

    SEATTLE – This should be an interesting two months ahead for the Mariners as they fight to win not only games on the field but fan confidence as well. That …


  • Iwakuma rights ship to earn 8th victory as M’s sweep Angels

    SEATTLE – Hisashi Iwakuma kept his pitches down and the ball in the ballpark. Most of the time. Iwakuma (8-4) allowed a solo home run to Mark Trumbo, but kept …


  • Lincecum throws first career no-hitter

    SAN DIEGO – Tim Lincecum has two Cy Young Awards and two World Series titles, but he has never been better than he was Saturday night. Lincecum threw his first …


  • Ortiz sets mark for hits by a DH; Boston clobbers M’s 11-4

    SEATTLE – David Ortiz doubled in his first at-bat to become baseball’s all-time leader in hits as a designated hitter and hit a two-run homer an inning later, leading the …


  • Mariners defeat Reds to take series

    CINCINNATI – The Seattle Mariners have dealt with more than their share of angst, misery, recrimination and criticism this season, just like in the ones that preceded it. It’s no …


  • Mariners done in by Latos and Reds

    CINCINNATI – A game in which one team bangs out 13 hits, while the other strikes out 14 times and leaves 11 on base, obviously doesn’t hinge on one at-bat. …


  • Seager powers Mariners past Rangers

    ARLINGTON, Texas – Kyle Seager loves playing at Texas. Not so much for the rest of the Seattle Mariners. This time, everyone is having a nice time in the Lone …


  • M’s Ibanez has hope despite another loss

    SEATTLE – Raul Ibanez believes there’s some second-half hope for his Mariners despite mounting evidence to the contrary. The Seattle Mariners limped through the halfway mark in their schedule over …


  • Mariners fall to Cubs in 11 innings

    SEATTLE – Jason Bay owned his mistake from the get-go, knowing a veteran pinch-runner can’t lean too far off first base with the game on the line. In the end, …


  • Hitting woes irk Wedge as Pirates beat Mariners

    SEATTLE – Mariners manager Eric Wedge is tired of seeing 41-year-old Raul Ibanez get the only big hits for Seattle. Ibanez homered for the fourth time in four games, but …


  • Morales’ blast in 10th lifts Mariners

    SEATTLE – Ideally, Sunday would have been a day of complete rest for Kendrys Morales. But called upon to win the game for the Mariners against Oakland, Morales made quick …


  • Franklin drives in 3 as Mariners top A’s

    SEATTLE – Nick Franklin had tiebreaking two-run single in the eighth inning for his third hit of the game, lifting the Seattle Mariners to a 7-5 win over the Oakland …


  • Mariners held to two hits in loss to Angels

    ANAHEIM, Calif. – While their rotation has grown stronger, their bats have reversed direction to the point at which the current Seattle Mariners are starting to resemble their squads of …


  • Morales elevates Mariners in L.A.

    ANAHEIM, Calif. – Kendrys Morales hit an RBI single in the 10th inning against his former team, leading the Seattle Mariners to a 3-2 victory against the Los Angeles Angels …


  • Athletics pound on Mariners

    OAKLAND, Calif. – Hisashi Iwakuma has been so good for so long that Sunday’s outing seems like some sort of aberration. Iwakuma lost for the first time since April 23 …


  • Mariners fail to hold late lead

    SEATTLE – The Houston Astros rallied to score six runs off closer Tom Wilhelmsen in the ninth inning and beat the Seattle Mariners 6-1 on Wednesday night. It was the …


  • Yankees edge punchless Mariners

    SEATTLE – Mariners manager Eric Wedge is tired of watching his team struggle at the plate. Chris Stewart had a tiebreaking RBI single in the ninth inning and David Phelps …


  • Yankees beat Mariners ‘farm club’ 3-1

    SEATTLE – By the time the final strikeout was done, the lack of depth on this Seattle Mariners squad had been painfully exposed. The Mariners led off the ninth inning …

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