The Mariners are a team whose foundation was built on roster miscalculations.
SEATTLE – With what has transpired over the past 360-plus days, the look and feel had to be different.
Don Sutton, a Hall of Fame pitcher who was a stalwart of the Los Angeles Dodgers’ rotation spanning an era from Sandy Koufax to Fernando Valenzuela, died Tuesday. He was 75.
Francisco Lindor, Kris Bryant, Cody Bellinger and Corey Seager were among 112 players who agreed to one-year contracts ahead of the deadline to exchange proposed arbitration salaries with their teams.
The Chicago White Sox have finalized a $54 million, three-year deal with Oakland Athletics closer Liam Hendriks, another big move as they set their sights on a championship run.
Major League Baseball is suspending all political contributions in the wake of last week’s invasion of the U.S. Capitol by a mob loyal to President Donald Trump.
We are more than a week into 2021 and some people already are wishing it was 2022. But the Twitter mailbag, which doesn’t believe in New Year’s resolutions, isn’t quite that dramatic. It helps that Major League Baseball spring training appears to be starting on time.
Tommy Lasorda loved the game of baseball more than anything.
Before the grand old sports banquet was consigned to Spokane's reliquary, Tommy Lasorda returned in February 1992 to regale the adults with a few gags in the evening and proselytize education to the teens at the afternoon.
Tommy Lasorda, the fiery Hall of Fame manager who guided the Los Angeles Dodgers to two World Series titles after managing a 1970 Spokane Indians team often called the greatest in minor league history, has died. He was 93.
The typical trend on Twitter and other social media was to say farewell and good riddance to 2020 – a year that will certainly be unforgettable for all the wrong reasons – and happily welcome in 2021 as if simply changing that last numeral will somehow make this trip around the sun better than the previous 365 days.
A worldwide pandemic wiped away plenty of sports in eastern Washington.
With access to his sometimes twice-daily games of pickup basketball limited due to the COVID-19 pandemic, San Diego Padres general manager A.J. Preller, a notorious hoop-a-holic, has seemingly channeled his frenetic energy on the court into player acquisitions for his team
Compared with the 20 years of struggles to find a competent and productive starting left fielder, or the failures at shortstop after the departure of Alex Rodriguez, or the recent revolving door at first base, the Mariners’ instability and inconsistency at second base is far less dramatic.
Their baseball dreams don't fit in one box. Oliva Csedrik wants to play in college. Ruby Churches can see herself in a press box. Paloma Benach has plans to study psychology and be a mental skills coach for a major league team. Maggie Heaphy has long known that, no matter what, she'll keep building her life around the sport.
Seattle Mariners manager Scott Servais held his first media session since the season finale Sept. 27, but there wasn’t much news to talk about, and the most notable thing might have been that the session was on a Zoom call from T-Mobile Park instead of from the winter meetings in Texas.
Major League Baseball has reclassified the Negro Leagues as a major league and will count the statistics and records of its 3,400 players as part of its history.
The Seattle Mariners continued their bullpen overhaul Wednesday by signing right-handed reliever Keynan Middleton.
The Seattle Mariners bolstered their bullpen on Tuesday by acquiring right-handed reliever Rafael Montero from the Texas Rangers.
Imagine you are a corner outfielder/first baseman/professional hitter type with six years of major league service time. You have arrived at free agency – a landmark career achievement for any baseball player – at the worst time imaginable, with your future earnings compromised by both an industry trend toward younger, cheaper players and, more recently, a global pandemic.
Specialized procedure: Seattle patient travels to Spokane for robotic heart surgery at Sacred Heart
When a lifelong heart condition became worse, Donny Jones, who lives near Seattle, knew by last June that he’d be heading to Spokane.