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Though it’s not his nature to be bitter or angry, it would be understandable if James Paxton broke from his norm of being personable and easygoing to be a little resentful toward the baseball injury gods, who seem to have cursed him and his body to this existence.
With the state of Washington on track to lift all COVID-19 restrictions on June 30, the Mariners announced Thursday that they will open up all seating for home games for the remainder of the season.
Nelson Cruz hit a three-run homer against his former team, rookie starter Bailey Ober struck out six and the Minnesota Twins beat the Seattle Mariners 7-2 on Wednesday night.
For Ty France, his Tuesday night at the plate in the Mariners’ 10-0 win over the Twins represented two trends that he hopes will change in the coming months.
Seattle starter Chris Flexen tossed eight sharp innings while striking out a career-high eight, and was backed by an early offensive outburst that plated five runs in the first two innings.
Mitch Haniger is ready to return to the starting lineup on Wednesday night.
This time Jake Bauers had just enough distance and hit it to a slightly more friendly spot in T-Mobile Park.
Could the Mariners and Mitch Haniger finally get a break (not a literal one) when it comes to his latest unfortunate injury?
The prospect vs. the proven.
CLEVELAND — Seattle right fielder Mitch Haniger, who leads the team in home runs and RBIs, suffered a bruised left knee after fouling off a pitch in the first inning against Cleveland on Sunday.
Wow. Who knew that Jarred Kelenic would be washed up after just 23 games in the major leagues?
Kendall Graveman and his 100-mph two-seam fastball are back. That’s a nice option – and, no doubt, the best option – to have for Mariners manager Scott Servais as he attempts to solve ongoing riddle of his late-inning bullpen usage.