When the Toronto Blue Jays traded for Canadian outfielder Michael Saunders from the Seattle Mariners in exchange for pitcher J.A. Happ, the deal barely drew any attention when compared to some of the team’s other moves of the offseason. Considering...Show More Summary
Needing to add more punch to their offense, even with their additions this offseason, the Seattle Mariners have reportedly acquired outfielder Justin Ruggiano from the Chicago Cubs. According to Bleacher Report's Scott Miller, the Mariners...Show More Summary
The list of potential fits to fill the Seattle Mariners' hole in right field seems to be shrinking by the day. Melky Cabrera, likely Seattle's top target, agreed to a three-year deal with the Chicago White Sox on Sunday, per Bruce Levine...Show More Summary
As usual, the annual MLB winter meetings brought a flurry of activity to the offseason The Seattle Mariners didn't make any free-agent signings or trades during the four-day event in San Diego, but they have still been active over the past few weeks. Show More Summary
Zduriencik denies that his club has become worried about Walker's character. Seattle Mariners general manager Jack Zduriencik insists highly touted young hurler Taijuan Walker is in good graces with the club despite a conflicting report...Show More Summary
The Mariners could be set to add another outfield bat in free-agent outfielder Melky Cabrera. The Seattle Mariners are currently the "favorites" to sign free-agent outfielder Melky Cabrera, according to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports. Even...Show More Summary
Had things come together last season, Nelson Cruz's introduction with the Seattle Mariners would have taken place a year ago.
Veteran outfielder and designated hitter Nelson Cruz has signed a four-year contract with the Seattle Mariners, the team announced Thursday.
It is now December, and names are beginning to fly off the board on MLB's free-agent market. The Baltimore Orioles just lost outfielder/DH Nelson Cruz, as Cruz signed a four-year contract with the Seattle Mariners. And now with right...Show More Summary
Alex Anthopoulos' busy offseason continued on Wednesday, as the Toronto Blue Jays reportedly struck a deal with the Seattle Mariners that will send left-handed pitcher J.A. Happ for outfielder Michael Saunders. Jayson Stark of ESPN.com...Show More Summary
The MLB trade market figures to heat up when the annual winter meetings begin on Sunday in San Diego. After two offseasons worth of rumors, the Seattle Mariners finally agreed to a four-year deal with Nelson Cruz worth $58 million on Monday, as reported by Bob Dutton of The (Tacoma) News Tribune. Show More Summary
Who knew it would start raining bats in Seattle? Robinson Cano last winter. Nelson Cruz this winter. Maybe the drought is finally over. The Seattle Mariners: Early AL West favorites entering 2015? You bet. Mark it down. Lattes all around. And,...Show More Summary
The Seattle Mariners have reportedly signed Nelson Cruz. Yancen Pujols of the Dominican newspaper El Caribe reported the news, which was confirmed by ESPN.com’s Jerry Crasnick. The former Rangers slugger will make his return to the American...Show More Summary
General manager Jack Zduriencik and the Seattle Mariners aren't bashful. We'll give 'em that. For the second winter in a row, the M's have reportedly made a major splash in free agency. And for the second winter in a row, they've done...Show More Summary
Veteran outfielder and designated hitter Nelson Cruz has agreed to a four-year, $57 million deal with the Seattle Mariners, ESPN.com reported Monday.
Outfielder Nelson Cruz signed a four-year deal worth $57 million with the Seattle Mariners on Monday. Dominican newspaper El Caribe first broke the news and ESPN confirmed, with reporter Enrique Rojas adding the deal includes a $1 million signing bonus and is dependent on a physical, which will be conducted on Wednesday. The 34-year-old will come […]
Alternate headline: Here's how to double down on a stupid prediction. Some brief housekeeping before talking about Nelson Cruz and the Seattle Mariners: Last year, I wrote about Cruz being a free agent booby trap. To be fair, this was when he was asking for four years and $60 million, which he didn't get. Show More Summary
The Seattle Mariners are betting big that Nelson Cruz, whose 40 home runs led all of Major League Baseball in 2014, can help get them to the playoffs for the first time in a long time. Like, 13 years long. The Mariners went 87-75 last year—their first winning season since 2009—and missed out on the postseason by a single, solitary game. Show More Summary
The 2014 season was a success for the Seattle Mariners. The team improved by 16 wins, transforming a 71-win team into an 87-win team. The 2014 season was also one of change. Seattle brought in a new manager, Lloyd McClendon, and a player,...Show More Summary
The Seattle Mariners need a cleanup hitter. What position that hitter plays remains to be seen. The club was reportedly interested in shortstop Hanley Ramirez, but it lost out on the former Dodger when he signed with the Red Sox. With Pablo Sandoval and Yasmany Tomas also off the board, the number of chairs is dwindling. Show More Summary