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M’s trade Betancourt for two pitchers

SEATTLE — Mariners shortstop Yuniesky Betancourt was traded to Kansas City on Friday, giving the Royals a versatile infielder and Seattle a pair of minor league pitchers.


Franklin mints victory for Felix, M’s

SEATTLE – On another night of intrigue with the Seattle Mariners, reports about shortstop Yuniesky Betancourt were generating more hits than the M’s themselves against the Texas Rangers. Then Franklin …


No relief for M’s: Bullpen folds again

SEATTLE – The Seattle Mariners foiled the Baltimore Orioles once with the bases loaded and nobody out. They couldn’t foil them twice. Three innings after escaping the ultimate jam, the …


Orioles rally for five in ninth to beat Seattle

SEATTLE — The Baltimore Orioles took advantage of two errors by second baseman Jose Lopez and rallied for five runs in the ninth inning to beat the Seattle Mariners 5-3 …


Seattle bullpen implodes in loss to Baltimore

SEATTLE – Regardless the hope that Erik Bedard brought in his return to the mound Tuesday night, there was a good chance the Seattle Mariners’ bullpen would determine the game …


Washburn one-hits Orioles

SEATTLE — Jarrod Washburn is pitching better than ever in his 12th major league season. Washburn tossed a one-hitter for his ninth career complete game, leading the Seattle Mariners to …


M’s miss out on Fenway sweep

BOSTON — A frustrated Miguel Batista was upset with himself for denying the Mariners a shot at their first series sweep here in 32 years. Batista spoke over and over …


Branyan’s fly sets up Woodward’s winner for M’s

BOSTON – A fifth-inning fly ball to left by Russell Branyan would have trouble cracking the top 50, with regard to power, of anything he’s put in the air this …


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Johnson’s 2-run double lifts Mariners to 7-6 win

Rob Johnson doubled home two runs in the 11th inning, and the Seattle Mariners beat the Boston Red Sox 7-6 on Friday night.


Yanks out-homer M’s in 4-2 victory

NEW YORK – A stiff breeze at this ballpark should have sent a chill down the spine of every Mariners pitcher before the game even began. If not, they sure …


Yankees outlast patchwork M’s

NEW YORK – So many things seemed to be conspiring against the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday night that it was tough to tell what would ultimately do them in. There …


M’s hoping Bedard can face Red Sox

NEW YORK – Erik Bedard is scheduled to throw a bullpen session today, and the team hopes he can get up to around 55 or 60 pitches. If that’s the …


M’s send Beltre off with win

LOS ANGELES — As Adrian Beltre went around the clubhouse Sunday hugging his teammates, he had the same message for each one: “Stay healthy.” Beltre’s mission now, of course, is …


M’s victim of homer job

LOS ANGELES – The Seattle Mariners’ hopes of a fast start on their daunting nine-game road trip disappeared into the ether Friday night at Dodger Stadium. Or was that into …


Tough stretch awaits M’s

SEATTLE – That soft bubble in the schedule the Seattle Mariners took advantage of during the last month to eclipse the .500 mark is done. Now comes the real challenge …


Ichiro drives Mariners to 9-3 win

SEATTLE — Ichiro Suzuki lined the 29th leadoff homer of his career into the right-field seats and finished a triple short of the cycle, and the Seattle Mariners gave starter …


Painful win for Seattle

SEATTLE – The Mariners added another to their pile of one-run victories Wednesday night but also to their growing list of injured players. On the day third baseman Adrian Beltre …


One inning costly for M’s

SEATTLE – It started so routinely between the Seattle Mariners and San Diego Padres on Tuesday night at Safeco Field. The Mariners pulled their minimalist practice of turning three hits …


M’s accept gift win from Diamondbacks

SEATTLE – Those aren’t mirrors the Seattle Mariners have used to move closer to the American League West Division lead, despite the appearance considering the maladies that have hammered the …


M’s climb back to .500

SEATTLE – A patient Jason Vargas waited all night long for his team’s offense to avoid tripping over its shoelaces. The Mariners owned the basepaths for much of Saturday night’s …


In brief: Mariners lose Chavez for year

Baseball: Seattle Mariners outfielder Endy Chavez is done for the season and likely won’t be ready when spring training begins next year following a violent collision that shredded his right …


Griffey’s homer sparks M’s

SEATTLE – There’s still lightning left in the old bat. Ken Griffey Jr., whose .216 average has drawn concern and criticism over where his career may have headed in his …


Padres nip M’s in 10th

SAN DIEGO – The Seattle Mariners were living by one credo against the Padres: Don’t let Adrian Gonzalez beat us. So what happened Thursday at Petco Park? They let Adrian …


M’s keep Padres at bay

SAN DIEGO – For the Seattle Mariners, the J.J. Putz trade is the gift that keeps on giving. On the same day they added Mike Carp – the sixth player …


Mariners’ Hernandez continues recent dominance

SAN DIEGO – When Felix Hernandez had his worst outing of the season in May, Seattle manager Don Wakamatsu had seen enough. Wakamatsu had a heart-to-heart talk with his talented …


M’s top pick shines at CWS

OMAHA, Neb. – When it comes to naming the greatest hitters in College World Series history, the conversation now must include Dustin Ackley. His numbers certainly back up the argument.


Rockies finish sweep of Mariners

DENVER – As the disconsolate Mariners shuffled out of the clubhouse late Sunday afternoon, it was as if all their pre-existing momentum had been lifted up by one of the …


Throwaway game for M’s

DENVER – The dual Seattle story lines that started the game – Brandon Morrow’s first start, and Ken Griffey Jr.’s first left-field appearance of the year – were distant memories …


Ackley difficult to categorize

Here’s a partial list of left-handed hitters to whom Dustin Ackley, the Great New Mariner Hope, has been compared by various scouts, coaches and analysts: Johnny Damon. Chase Utley. Darin …