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  • Indians send Mariners to seventh straight loss

    SEATTLE — It’s perversely fitting that Don Wakamatsu returns to Safeco Field tonight just in time to witness a Mariners team in free fall. Wakamatsu, now the bench coach of …


  • Mariners’ Aardsma nearer return

    SEATTLE – Several hours before the Mariners’ game Saturday night against the Indians, a couple of key relief pitchers made important strides back from injury. In the Safeco Field bullpen, …


  • No-pop Mariners drop sixth consecutive game

    SEATTLE – Twice in the final four innings, Chone Figgins stood in scoring position representing a run the Seattle Mariners needed. Both times he never moved.


  • Mariners manager Wedge takes Wilson to task

    SEATTLE – At least it didn’t take six weeks into the season and a clubhouse nap by the franchise icon for things to unravel. Yes, on (Home) Opening Night 2011, …


  • Cleveland’s 10-run fourth inning spoils Mariners’ home opener

    SEATTLE – After the most memorable opening-night ceremony of them all, the Seattle Mariners played the most forgettable of game Friday night at Safeco Field. The Cleveland Indians scored 10 …


  • Mariners routed in home opener

    Travis Hafner had an RBI single and hit a three-run homer that nearly reached the third-deck of seats as part of Cleveland’s 10-run fourth inning, and the Indians won their …


  • Mariners open home slate tonight against Cleveland

    After nearly two months in Arizona and a six-game road trip to open the regular season, new Seattle manager Eric Wedge was ready to come home and finally enjoy a …


  • Texas still undefeated after 7-3 win over Seattle

    Mitch Moreland delivered the tiebreaking double for the still undefeated Texas Rangers off Cy Young winner Felix Hernandez. The young first baseman then earned a dinner from new teammate Adrian …


  • Mariners offer little support to Hernandez

    ARLINGTON, Texas – At least the Seattle Mariners know Felix Hernandez hasn’t changed at all when it comes to handling adversity. Hernandez was in a tough situation from his first …


  • Mariners offer little support to Hernandez

    Felix Hernandez was in a tough situation from his first batter Wednesday, yet regrouped long enough in seven innings to give his team a chance to win. What remains to …


  • Rangers’ Ogando debuts better than M’s Pineda

    ARLINGTON, Texas – Michael Pineda made an impressive debut for the Seattle Mariners, only to be outdone by another pitcher also making his first major league start. The 22-year-old Pineda …


  • Bedard solid in season debut

    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 …


  • Sloppy Mariners help A’s avoid sweep

    OAKLAND, Calif. — Somewhat short on obvious talent, the Mariners knew they would have to spend the 2011 season limiting the mistakes that cost teams ballgames. In fact, for the …


  • Sloppy M’s help A’s avoid sweep

    OAKLAND, Calif. — Somewhat short on obvious talent, the Mariners knew they would have to spend the 2011 season limiting the mistakes that cost teams ballgames. In fact, for the …


  • Ichiro breaks Martinez’s career hits record in M’s win

    OAKLAND, Calif. – Ichiro Suzuki was more pleased with the timing of his clutch swing than securing another Seattle record. Ichiro became the Mariners’ career hits leader with two infield …


  • Seattle Mariners baseball notes

    OAKLAND, Calif. – Seattle Mariners second baseman Jack Wilson was in Saturday’s lineup and feeling fine after both his ankles took the brunt of a takeout slide by David DeJesus …


  • M’s win; Ichiro passes Edgar Martinez

    Ichiro Suzuki had two infield hits to become Seattle’s career leader, including a bouncer in the ninth that drove in the go-ahead run in the Mariners’ 5-2 victory over the …


  • Hernandez leads Mariners to 6-2 win over A’s

    OAKLAND, Calif. – Felix Hernandez pumped his fist and marched off the mound with his usual swagger and sense of humor. King Felix made a little more history for the …


  • Felix Hernandez goes distance as M’s win opener

    Felix Hernandez found his Cy Young form in a hurry, pitching a five-hitter for his 14th career complete game and the majors’ first this year, and the Seattle Mariners beat …


  • Felix is indeed King

    For all the hype and promise that accompanied the prodigal Felix Hernandez – the organizational scouting report when he was a 16-year-old that spoke of Hall of Fame stuff, the …


  • Mariners mix youth with experience entering 2011 MLB season

    The Seattle Mariners could have gone young and turned the season over to their best prospects, knowing that growth can be a painful thing. Or, the Mariners could have signed …


  • Mariners going with mix of young and old

    New manager Eric Wedge has said this will be a season of learning, adjustment and improvement. That’s all he predicts as the team prepares to open the season on Friday.


  • Long-shot pitcher Wilhelmsen makes Seattle Mariners’ roster

    PEORIA, Ariz. – Not a lot of people gave Tom Wilhelmsen a chance to make the Seattle Mariners’ major league roster when spring training began more than six weeks ago. …


  • M’s release Josh Wilson as roster nears completion

    PEORIA, Ariz. – There’s still an abstract feel to the Seattle Mariners’ roster after a flurry of personnel moves Monday. The team goes into its final Arizona spring training game …


  • Brewers’ Gallardo clamps down on Mariners

    PHOENIX – Yovani Gallardo is ready, so let the Milwaukee Brewers’ season begin. Gallardo struck out nine over five scoreless innings in his final start before opening day and the …


  • Mariners’ split squads defeat Dodgers, lose to Cubs

    Miguel Olivo, playing his first spring training game in almost three weeks, drove in two runs with a sharp single up the middle in the first inning and the Seattle …


  • CF Franklin Gutierrez may miss season opener due to illness

    PEORIA, Ariz. – Center fielder Franklin Gutierrez is having stomach problems again, and if they’re not settled soon he may not be able to play in the Seattle Mariners’ season …


  • Ackley ready for the call

    PEORIA, Ariz. – It hardly came as a surprise when the Seattle Mariners optioned highly regarded prospect Dustin Ackley to Class AAA Tacoma on Wednesday. The Mariners, scouts and even …


  • Mariners put Ryan at shortstop, move Wilson to second base

    PEORIA, Ariz. – Jack Wilson did his best to take one for the team with which he’s unlikely to finish the season. On the day Wilson was moved to second …


  • Bedard, Bradley lead Mariners past Padres

    Erik Bedard (pictured) pitched five effective innings, Milton Bradley hit a two-run single and the Seattle Mariners beat the San Diego Padres 4-1 on Sunday in Peoria, Ariz. Bedard allowed …

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