The Toronto Blue Jays announced on Saturday they have hired Eric Wedge as the team's new player development adviser. Wedge spent 10 seasons as a big league manager with the Cleveland Indians from 2003-2009 and the Seattle Mariners from...Show More Summary
Former Angels General Manager Jerry Dipoto, now with the Seattle Mariners, has sold his home in Newport Beach for $2.665 million. The two-story home, built in 2003 and since remodeled, has an East Coast vibe with white coffered ceilings, dark wood floors and decorative molding. Within the 4,300...
The Seattle Mariners have dipped into the Cuban talent pool, signing utility man Dainer Moreira to a minor league contract just three weeks before the team’s minor league minicamp in Peoria, Arizona, per Bob Dutton of the News Tribune. Mariners...Show More Summary
Recently the Seattle Mariners announced that Ken Griffey Jr. will have his number retired by the organization; this following his selection to the Baseball Hall of Fame. Ken Griffey Jr. was not the only 2016 inductee as former Major League Catcher, Mike Piazza will be joining him. Show More Summary
Why, some things aren't even worth the paper they're printed on! Good thing you're reading this on your computer or phone… 1. Best Paper Tigers Remember last winter at this time, how we all loved the Seattle Mariners, Washington Nationals and San Diego Padres? And to think, we weren't even buried under a blizzard back then. Show More Summary
The LA Dodgers sent pitcher Joe Wieland to the Seattle Mariners in exchange for Erick Mejia.
Yahoo Sports' Jeff Passan reported the Seattle Mariners acquired Joe Wieland from the Los Angeles Dodgers on Tuesday. ESPN.com's Jerry Crasnick confirmed the deal. Wieland is 1-5 in 11 career MLB appearances with a 5.85 earned run average. He made two starts for the Dodgers in 2015, allowing eight earned runs in 8.2 innings. Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
By know you have noticed that we have finally begun are pieces on all-time 50 players for each major franchise. Eventually we will take that to the next level where we will examine how they take care of their former players in termsShow More Summary
Ken Griffey Jr. will go into the Hall of Fame as a Seattle Mariners legend, and no Mariners player will ever wear No. 24 again. On Friday, the Mariners announced they will retire the number Griffey wore during his entire tenure in Seattle...Show More Summary
The @Mariners roll out the red carpet for Hall of Famer Ken Griffey Jr! pic.twitter.com/v33DvuNPGF — Alex Rozier (@AlexRozierK5) January 9, 2016 Ken Griffey Jr. is one of the few major league players that made the Baseball Hall of Fame for 2016, and with good reason. Show More Summary
Ken Griffey Jr. was straightforward with his Hall of Fame cap selection: His plaque in Cooperstown will have a Seattle Mariners logo and won't portray him with the brim toward the rear, the way he wore it so often.
Right-hander Ryan Cook has agreed to a one-year contract with the Seattle Mariners, who added another arm to their overhauled bullpen.
Ken Griffey Jr. will go into the Hall of Fame with a Seattle Mariners' cap and Mike Piazza will have a New York Mets' hat.
Seattle wasted no time celebrating Ken Griffey Jr.'s record-setting Hall of Fame induction on Wednesday. A flag baring the No. 24 flew high above the city from the Space Needle that night, honoring the longtime Seattle Mariners star who started and ended his career with the team. [Twitter] Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
Ken Griffey Jr. and Mike Piazza attained baseball immortality Wednesday, earning enshrinement in the Hall of Fame. The Seattle Mariners and Los Angeles Dodgers both saluted the two stars: Here are the Baseball Writers' Association of America's voting results: According to MLB.com's William Boor, the NFL and NBA have seen 14 and 13 No. Show More Summary
Former Seattle Mariners slugger Griffey Jr. enters Hall of Fame with record 99 per cent of votes.
With the 2016 MLB Hall of Fame class set to be unveiled Wednesday, there will be a couple of storylines to keep an eye on. The most intriguing aspect of the class will be whether or not former Seattle Mariners superstar Ken Griffey Jr. Show More Summary
Hall of Fame votes for 2016 are released on Wednesday, January 6. The Baseball Hall of Fame is expected to honor former Seattle Mariners outfielder Ken Griffey Jr. with an induction ceremony this summer, but will any other players join his class? In the updated tracker of public Hall of Fame votes, Griffey has still... Show More Summary
I was able to go to a Seattle Mariners home game back in 2013 and brought cards for Henderson to get signed in case I saw him - I did see him, got my cards signed and took a picture of a guy taking a photo op of Henderson with a fan....Show More Summary
The Angels claimed three players off waivers on Wednesday: utility infielder Rey Navarro from the Baltimore Orioles and left-handed relievers Rob Rasmussen from the Seattle Mariners and Bobby LaFromboise from the Pittsburgh Pirates. To make room on the 40-man roster for the additions, the team...