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Even with all the differences in the delayed and shortened 2020 MLB season due to the spread of COVID-19, when the Mariners made their final out in their final game Sept. 27 in Oakland, the next day would be the same for Kyle Seager as it had been for the previous nine seasons – no postseason.
In these unprecedented times, the Major League Baseball trade deadline feels a little different. It’s a month later than usual, and the hype surrounding it has certainly lessened, despite roughly 22 of the 30 teams having a shot at making the expanded postseason.
Scorching slugger Kyle Seager hit a three-run homer, rookie Kyle Lewis stayed hot with an RBI single, and the Seattle Mariners overcame two home runs by Mike Trout to beat the Los Angeles Angels 7-6.
When the games start, Kyle Seager doesn’t intend to be wearing a mask all the time.
The “step-back” season of 2019 mercifully came to a close for the Mariners with something that only happened about once every three games after their 13-2 start to the season – a victory. A group of five pitchers, working in short bursts of either two innings or one, combined to lead Seattle to a 3-1 win over the Oakland A’s.
Kyle Seager, Tom Murphy and Daniel Vogelbach hit home runs and the Seattle Mariners beat the Texas Rangers 11-3 on Sunday.
Kyle Seager hit a tiebreaking home run in the eighth inning, Austin Nola also went deep, and the Seattle Mariners beat the Toronto Blue Jays 4-3 on Saturday.
Dylan Moore homered and Kyle Seager drove in three runs and the Seattle Mariners topped the Detroit Tigers 7-2. Mallex Smith stole 2 bases, giving him 34, the most in the majors. The Mariners won two of three after losing eight of their previous nine.
With each solid start, Mike Leake moves closer to becoming the next Mariners veteran player to be traded in the 2019 season.
Seattle Mariners third baseman Kyle Seager needs surgery on his left hand and will be out at least through April.
Seattle Mariners third baseman Kyle Seager will see a hand specialist after rolling his left wrist during a spring training game. Seager was pulled Friday night after jamming his glove into the ground diving for a hard grounder by the Chicago Cubs’ Javier Baez. Seager said postgame he was fine, and the Mariners said Seager did not seek medical treatment Friday night. That changed Saturday, when Seager was sent for X-rays and had the hand heavily wrapped. The X-rays were negative.
Mariners third baseman Kyle Seager enters the 2019 season after a physical and dietary remake. He learned to embrace flexibility training, spinach, and a long-term health plan. Seager played the second half of last season with a broken left big toe, which affected his ability to plant and drive forward and led to a .221 batting average and a .273 on-base percentage, both career lows.
The Mariners’ fall from grace in 2018 has been a slow, steady descent that has wiped out almost all of the good feeling that prevailed for half a season.
Kyle Seager hit two home runs and Nelson Cruz added another as the Seattle Mariners powered their way to a 6-3 win over the Blue Jays on Sunday.
Kyle Seager was asked before Thursday’s series opener against the Boston Red Sox about what it’s like to face a knuckleball pitcher.
Spokane Valley resident Frank Fullmer gets the last piece of the puzzle that completes his fan collection.
The Mariners, as expected, promote recently-acquired Andrew Albers from Triple-A Tacoma. They also recall Sam Gaviglio after optioning Casey Lawrence and Thyago Vieira to the Rainiers. Christian Bergman is designated for assignment.
Nelson Cruz wasn’t nearly as impressed with his latest power display as Seattle teammate Kyle Seager was.
Brandon Moss homered twice, including a two-out solo homer in the eighth inning, and the Kansas City Royals beat the Seattle Mariners 6-4 in the first of a crucial four-game series at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City.
Seattle Mariners (54-53) vs. Texas Rangers (50-55) at 5:05 p.m. at Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas.