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  • Seager’s gutsy slide ignites rally that gives Seattle win

    SEATTLE – Kyle Seager knew he had to look for something more on a day his Mariners had managed just three hits by the eighth inning. So, when Seager lined …


  • M’s complete sweep of Twins, improve to .500 at home

    SEATTLE – There was a lot more for the Mariners to lose in this current stretch of home games than there was for them to win. But the types of …


  • Hernandez pitches himself into Mariners, MLB history

    SEATTLE – His arms outstretched to the sky, about to be swallowed by joyous teammates, Felix Hernandez finally conquered the pursuit of perfection he’s chased since his debut as a …


  • Montero homers twice in M’s victory

    ANAHEIM, Calif. – Jesus Montero put a slight dent in Jered Weaver’s nifty numbers. Montero homered twice off the major league ERA leader and Jason Vargas outpitched his former college …


  • Mistakes doom Mariners

    NEW YORK – Jesus Montero ran through a stop sign and was thrown out at the plate. Second baseman Kyle Seager stayed back on a bouncer and played it into …


  • Hernandez dominates N.Y. in Yankee Stadium

    NEW YORK – Every five days, Felix Hernandez makes Seattle just so much better. King Felix dominated the Yankees in their own ballpark again, helping the light-hitting, last-place Mariners look …


  • M’s put finishing touches on first 4-game home sweep since ‘01

    SEATTLE – Even a line drive that left the lower part of Felix Hernandez’s left-hand bruised and swollen couldn’t knock out the Seattle Mariners’ ace. Good thing, since the Mariners’ …


  • Mariners can’t hold on late in 5-2 loss to Yankees

    SEATTLE – Whether it was Hisashi Iwakuma or Josh Kinney, Seattle’s pitchers kept successfully working themselves out of jams most of the day. Until Shawn Kelley threw a slider that …


  • M’s end productive road trip

    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – Blake Beavan put the final touches on Seattle’s strong road trip. Beavan scattered four hits over eight innings and the Mariners beat the Tampa Bay Rays …


  • Weary Mariners hang on to beat Rays

    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – Ultimately, the reason the Seattle Mariners held on Saturday night for a 2-1 win over the Tampa Bay Rays was because Jason Vargas and his weary …


  • Harrison hands M’s 11th shutout

    SEATTLE – Eric Wedge was convinced that Sunday had a different feel, even if the result was the 11th time this season his Seattle Mariners were shut out. Matt Harrison …


  • Hernandez strikes out 12 Rangers in throwing shutout

    SEATTLE – Felix Hernandez dominated the Texas Rangers again on Saturday night. Hernandez allowed three singles and struck out 12 in Seattle’s 7-0 win Saturday.


  • Felix sharp, but M’s falter in 13

    OAKLAND, Calif. – The Seattle Mariners once again failed to capitalize on a strong start by ace Felix Hernandez. Hernandez held Oakland in check into the eighth inning before the …


  • Seager backs Vargas’ complete-game win for Mariners

    OAKLAND, Calif. – This was the kind of night bound to make the Mariners wonder why it took them so long. Or, whether it took them too long to spare …


  • Baltimore pitching shuts down Seattle offense again

    SEATTLE – This was not the Chris Tillman the Mariners traded to Baltimore as part of the now infamous Erik Bedard trade that sent future All Star Adam Jones to …


  • Still lacking offense, M’s lose in 10

    The Mariners on Sunday reached the halfway point of a season that has featured some encouraging signs, but overshadowed by a staggering inability to hit in their home ballpark. Their …


  • Figgins’ sacrifice fly gives M’s win in 11th

    SEATTLE – Chone Figgins’ sacrifice fly in the 11th inning was deep enough for Dustin Ackley to beat Cody Ross’ throw to the plate and the Seattle Mariners beat the …


  • Mariners fall in another low-scoring game

    SEATTLE – His team still seeking answers after reaching yet another offensive low point, John Jaso tried to spell out how his fellow Mariners need to go about their remaining …


  • Anemic M’s lose to Padres

    SAN DIEGO – It was another loss, but a step in the right direction for Seattle’s Hector Noesi. Edinson Volquez pitched shutout ball into the seventh inning and Alexi Amarista …


  • Arizona hits six homers in win over Mariners

    PHOENIX – Take all that stuff we saw and heard about Safeco Field last week and throw it in reverse. That’s pretty much what the Mariners ran smack-dab into at …


  • Smoak’s single in ninth gives M’s win over Giants

    SEATTLE – Justin Smoak veered onto the outfield grass after touching second, and began to sprint. A mob of teammates were after him, with a distinct speed advantage over the …


  • Mariners hand another defeat to Giants’ Lincecum

    SEATTLE – Jesus Montero and Casper Wells put a damper on Tim Lincecum’s homecoming, powering the kind of start slumping Seattle desperately needed. Wells and Montero hit long homers off …


  • Mariners hit four homers to break Chicago’s winning streak

    CHICAGO – After 12 innings and 4 hours, 16 minutes of baseball that featured 16 pitchers and eight homers, the Mariners finally ended Chicago’s nine-game winning streak. “This is one …


  • Mariners’ offense bursts out in romp past Rangers

    ARLINGTON, Texas – Justin Smoak figured it was the best swing he’s put on a ball all season, while his manager would throw in last year as well. Not that …


  • Angels sweep Mariners

    SEATTLE – It’s not exactly the sort of momentum a team wants to take to Texas, starting a nine-game trip. The Mariners finished a lost weekend Sunday at Safeco Field, …


  • Angels slam Mariners 5-3

    SEATTLE – Felix Hernandez was quick to face the media Saturday evening inside the Mariners locker room at Safeco Field, and just as willing to own up to the puzzler …


  • Liddi’s grand slam highlights Mariners win

    SEATTLE – Considering his rarified place in baseball history, it’s no wonder Alex Liddi could not stop grinning. He also wouldn’t mind getting use to the occasional curtain call.


  • Vargas throws latest gem for M’s in Denver

    DENVER – The Mariners can unveil a new motto: Coors Field, so what? In the ballpark renowned for its no-holds-barred offense – though less so since the baseballs began being …


  • Seattle ruins return of Yankees’ Pettitte

    NEW YORK – Even Kevin Millwood was caught up in Andy Pettitte’s return to the big leagues. Still, he was happy to play the spoiler.


  • Mariners look forward while going backward

    NEW YORK – Those into silver linings had plenty to take away from this latest Hector Noesi mound adventure. They could read the box score without having watched the game …

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