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Mariners postpone game vs. Padres in protest of Jacob Blake shooting, joining other teams across U.S. sports leagues

Beyond the win-loss record, their personal statistics or financial improvement, the Seattle Mariners continued making the fight for social justice a top priority for the 2020 season and beyond by voting unanimously to call off their game against the Padres in San Diego on Wednesday night in protest of the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Sunday.

Dylan Moore turning into an ‘absolute stud’ for the Mariners

SEATTLE – Dylan Moore has never viewed himself as anything but an everyday player in some way. It didn’t matter what position he was playing in the field, but he felt he could find his way into the lineup on a daily basis with his athleticism, speed, sneaky power potential and versatility.

MLB, players agree to expand playoffs to 16 teams

Major League Baseball and the players’ union agreed Thursday to expand the playoffs from 10 teams to 16 for the pandemic-delayed season, a decision that makes it likely teams with losing records will reach the postseason.

Top Mariners prospect Julio Rodriguez fractures wrist in Summer Camp workout

Whether it's in the field, at the plate or on the bases, Julio Rodriguez knows one way to play baseball in games and practice – with maximum effort. The combination of that relentless attitude, tireless work ethic and a bundle of raw talent, strength and athleticism has made him into one of the top prospects in the Mariners' organization and all of baseball.