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Michael Saunders Injury: Updates on Blue Jays Star's Knee and Return

Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Michael Saunders, who was acquired from the Seattle Mariners during the offseason, is reportedly going to miss the first half of the season due to a knee injury. Shi Davidi of Sportsnet passed along the news: The...Show More Summary

Under-the-Radar Seattle Mariners Players Ready to Impress This Spring

Position players reported to the Seattle Mariners' team complex in Peoria, Arizona, on Tuesday, meaning the team is ready to begin organized workouts ahead of its first spring training game on March 4. Significant news is already coming out of the Mariners camp after pitchers and catchers reported last Friday. Show More Summary

Roundup: Seattle Mariners Win in Arbitration as Teams Come Out on Top

last weekSports / Baseball : Bats

In the final case of a busy year, Seattle bested pitcher Tom Wilhelmsen, and major league teams went 8-6 over all.

Seattle Mariners: 4 Potential Breakout Candidates to Watch in Spring Training

The Seattle Mariners begin spring training Friday with a fresh sense of optimism ahead of a season loaded with expectations. With some key additions at positions of weakness, g eneral manager Jack Zduriencik improved a team that missed the postseason by one game a year ago. Show More Summary

Victor Sanchez Injury: Updates on Mariners Prospect's Head After Boat Accident

Seattle Mariners pitching prospect Victor Sanchez is in critical, but stable, condition in a Venezuelan hospital after being struck by a boat while swimming at a beach on Friday, the team confirmed. MLB.com's Greg Johns cited a report from Venezuelan sports website Lavinotinto.com, which reported Sanchez suffered a fractured skull. Show More Summary

Happy Valentine's Day from Fernando Rodney

Seattle Mariners closer Fernando Rodney likes to celebrate each save by shooting a theoretical arrow into the sky, a tradition he has had for years. On Saturday, he used his arrow-shooting powers for good, playing cupid in a Valentine's...Show More Summary

Complete Seattle Mariners 2015 Spring Training Preview

After an exciting winter, the Seattle Mariners are nearly ready to begin the 2015 season. Pitchers and catchers report on Feb. 20 to officially start spring training. Coming off of an encouraging 87-75 season and bolstered by some key...Show More Summary

AP Source: Weeks, Mariners Agree to $2 Million, 1-Year Deal

2 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Bats

After making additions throughout the offseason, the Seattle Mariners had one more move before the start of spring training.

2015 Fantasy Baseball 2nd Base Rankings

Here’s the first look at the 2015 Lester’s Legends Second Base Rankings. 1. Robinson Cano, Seattle Mariners Robinson Cano hit.314 with 77 runs, 14 home runs, 82 RBI and 10 stolen bases in his first year with the Seattle Mariners. His power took a hit, but he is a.310 lifetime hitter who has averaged 87.6 runs, 21.8 home runs and 90.4 RBI. 2. Show More Summary

Seattle Mariners: Brad Miller or Chris Taylor? Examining the Shortstop Battle

With the offseason winding down, the weather warming up and the NFL season over, all signs are pointing to Peoria, Arizona, where the Seattle Mariners pitchers and catchers report in nine days (Feb. 20). General manager Jack Zduriencik...Show More Summary

Seattle Mariners' 5 Most Important Players for 2015 Success

The Seattle Mariners enter the 2015 season with high hopes of making the postseason for the first time in 13 years. By adding Nelson Cruz, Justin Ruggiano and Seth Smith, the Mariners addressed the biggest weaknesses of a team that fell one game short a year ago. Show More Summary

Projecting the Seattle Mariners' 2015 Opening Day Roster

With the MLB offseason winding down, most teams around the league have a solid idea of what their 25-man rosters will look like come Opening Day. The Seattle Mariners made some critical improvements over the offseason and look ready to compete for a playoff spot. Show More Summary

Seattle Mariners' Top 10 Prospects for 2015

For a system that graduated several key prospects in 2014, the Seattle Mariners still have plenty of talent left on the farm. D.J. Peterson, the No. 13 overall pick in 2013, raked last season between the High-A and Double-A levels, eclipsing 30 home runs in his first full professional campaign. Show More Summary

Top Offseason Options for Seattle Mariners to Finish off Winter Plans

After shoring up their major weaknesses, the Seattle Mariners don't have much left to accomplish this offseason. Seattle's offense looks dramatically improved from a year ago after adding Nelson Cruz to DH and a solid platoon in right field. Show More Summary

Biggest Winners and Losers from Seattle Mariners' Offseason

The Seattle Mariners have built off of an exciting 2014 campaign with a successful offseason so far. With the additions of Nelson Cruz, Justin Ruggiano and Seth Smith, the Mariners have shored up their major weaknesses and look likeShow More Summary

Seattle Mariners: What to Expect from the Starting Rotation in 2015

It's no secret: The Seattle Mariners regained relevance last season due in large part to their starting rotation. As general manager Jack Zduriencik puts the finishing touches on 2015's roster, however, that may not hold so true as the...Show More Summary

3 Things Seattle Mariners Still Need to Do Before the Start of Spring Training

With the additions of Nelson Cruz, Justin Ruggiano and Seth Smith, the 2015 Seattle Mariners roster is nearly complete. Seattle did a nice job of addressing its major needs while only adding payroll and trading marginal prospects. At...Show More Summary

Padres trade Seth Smith to Mariners for Brandon Maurer

San Diego receives potential back-end bullpen help in exchange for its best hitter from 2014. The Seattle Mariners on Tuesday acquired outfielder Seth Smith from the San Diego Padres in exchange for relief pitcher Brandon Maurer, according...Show More Summary

Seth Smith Trade Completes Outfield Makeover for AL West-Hopeful Mariners

Taken in isolation, the trade that landed Seth Smith on the Seattle Mariners won't rock the baseball world. Taken in the context of Seattle's offseason outfield overhaul, however, it could shift the balance of power in the American League...Show More Summary

New Year's Resolutions for Seattle Mariners in 2015

2014 was an exciting year for a suddenly revitalized Seattle Mariners team. Robinson Cano was brilliant in his first season in Seattle, and Felix Hernandez just missed out on a Cy Young award, leading the Mariners to within one gameShow More Summary

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