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Time for some Mariners to move on

SEATTLE Ken Griffey Jr., baseball’s answer to Men’s Wearhouse, had a box full of T-shirts printed up Wednesday that he was distributing in the Seattle Mariners’ clubhouse. White, they bore …


One run enough for M’s

SEATTLE – A crisp, clean game was something the Mariners had longed for since their glory days of being a first-place club. It seems like ages ago, though it’s only …


Angels show how it’s done

SEATTLE – The Seattle Mariners got an in-your-face lesson Tuesday night in what it takes to compete with the L.A. Angels. The Angels hit balls through the infield holes and …


Fifth does in Washburn, M’s again

SEATTLE – Another wasted opportunity was looming for the Mariners and starting pitcher Jarrod Washburn by the time the fifth inning rolled around. Washburn has been victimized by a lack …


Mariners can’t give away game

SEATTLE – For more than three hours Sunday at Safeco Field, the Seattle Mariners did what they could to lose a winnable game. They gave away outs in the field …


M’s offense falters again

SEATTLE – In lieu of other things they’ve tried, the Seattle Mariners’ next great hope for production from their meek offense may lie in the weather. They say hitters warm …


Morrow out as M’s closer

SEATTLE – Less than one week after returning from a disabled list stint he didn’t want to take, Brandon Morrow is out as the Mariners’ closer. Seattle manager Don Wakamatsu …


Ichiro hits two homers in M’s win

SEATTLE – Was it something Larry the Cable Guy said? Hours after rubbing hairy shoulders with comedy’s redneck king, Ichiro Suzuki did something else you might not expect. He became …


Twins send M’s to 6th straight loss

MINNEAPOLIS – At least the long-dormant Mariners offense finally woke up in time to make a game out of this one. Unfortunately for Seattle, the much-anticipated revival of its bats …


Mariners win … finally

Jose Lopez blooped an RBI single in the 15th inning and the Seattle Mariners, after pulling off a pair of late rallies, beat the Oakland Athletics 8-7 Sunday in the …


Mariners take middle ground

CHICAGO – While the Seattle Mariners dissected a 6-3 loss to the Chicago White Sox on Wednesday afternoon, Adrian Beltre talked about the ups-and-downs of hitting. He actually felt as …


M’s erupt in Game 2, back brilliant Felix

CHICAGO – Russell Branyan and Yuniesky Betancourt spoiled their young pitcher in the second game of Tuesday night’s doubleheader. Betancourt drove in five runs, Branyan had a career-high five hits …


M’s drop first game of doubleheader

CHICAGO — Bartolo Colon pitched seven strong innings and Paul Konerko hit a two-run double, leading the Chicago White Sox to a brisk 2-1 victory over the Seattle Mariners in …


Angels send Washburn to first loss

ANAHEIM, Calif. – A telling moment in the third inning of Sunday’s series finale let Jarrod Washburn and the Mariners know this wasn’t their day. Washburn, already down by two …


M’s get help from above in beating Angels

ANAHEIM, Calif. – This night was clearly going the Seattle Mariners’ way when a guy in the stands who wasn’t even a Seattle fan might have saved them from a …


One Ichiro swing powers M’s

SEATTLE – Ichiro Suzuki hit seven of eight pitches for home runs in batting practice. The show was reminiscent of his prodigious pregame display at the All-Star Game two years …


Mariners notes: Burke bumbles at first base

Backup catcher Jamie Burke was hardly prepared for what Mariners manager Don Wakamatsu threw at him two hours before Thursday’s game. The manager needed Burke to play first base because …


M’s game knocked off air

Thursday afternoon’s Mariners game on FSN Northwest went off the air at 5:06p.m. because of a lightning strike at the network’s technical operations facility in Atlanta, the network said in …


Rays do everything right, M’s don’t

SEATTLE – An ill chill swept through Safeco Field, and it wasn’t just the frigid temperature Wednesday night. The Tampa Bay Rays beat the Seattle Mariners in every way in …


Mariners notebook: Branyan could be back by weekend

First baseman Russell Branyan’s “day-to-day” back injury has become more of a one-week issue. That’s what the Mariners are hoping. Five days after he injured his lower back running the …


Johnson’s triple backs 3-0 Washburn

SEATTLE – Jarrod Washburn is having fun again. Washburn tossed seven strong innings to continue his surprising start, catcher Rob Johnson had a two-run triple and the Seattle Mariners beat …


Heart of M’s order comes up short in loss to Tigers

SEATTLE – All teams – even these Punch-and-Judy Seattle Mariners – need a big bop every now and then. Lately, the Mariners haven’t gotten enough big ball to match their …


Jackson keeps M’s guessing all night

SEATTLE – There was no stirring comeback, no feel-good finish for the Seattle Mariners on Saturday night. This time, baseball’s April surprise yielded to something that beats all teams good …


It’s turn-back-the-clock night for M’s

SEATTLE – It’s way too soon to think the Seattle Mariners have turned the clock back to their championship seasons. It’s not too soon for success-starved Mariners fans to celebrate …


Mariners’ win streak unravels

SEATTLE – Chris Jakubauskas, whose back story could be sold to Hollywood, was breezing in his first major league start, energizing the crowd of 18,528 – 12 more fans than …


Griffey gets his 400th M’s homer; Ichrio hits slam

SEATTLE – Another strong outing by Jarrod Washburn. A rare homer by Endy Chavez. A great piece of clutch relief by rookie Shawn Kelley. An eventful fill-in job by catcher …


M’s, Griffey open home slate with win

SEATTLE – Ken Griffey Jr. had only one concern about his first Mariners home game in 10 years. “Don’t trip on the red carpet!”’ the 39-year-old slugger said.


Blanchette: It’s the little things that count on a big-emotion day

SEATTLE – In the bullpen, Carlos Silva was going through his pregame warmup, doing his best to block out the hubbub of the Opening Day at Safeco Field – the …


Griffey playing it cool

SEATTLE – Others will have to describe their goosebumps today, because that’s not the game Ken Griffey Jr. is playing. The Seattle Mariners will open their home schedule this afternoon …


Bedard blanks Oakland as M’s win fourth in a row

OAKLAND, Calif. – It was easy for Erik Bedard to keep up his intensity level, locked in an improbable pitching duel with Trevor Cahill. Bedard allowed three hits pitching into …