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Major League Baseball players were secretly filmed in the shower

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Those filmed include major stars like the Seattle Mariners’ David Phelps and the Atlanta Braves’ Joey Wentz.

The Bills’ unlikely path to the playoffs needs more miracles if it’s going to continue

Buffalo overachieved to end its playoff drought and it’ll be an even bigger uphill climb to win in January. The longest playoff drought in American sports belongs to MLB’s Seattle Mariners now that the Buffalo Bills did enough to grab the last spot in the AFC. Show More Summary

Sorry, Seattle: Bills making playoffs leaves Mariners with longest drought

With the Buffalo Bills squeaking into the NFL playoffs as the AFC's sixth seed Sunday, the Seattle Mariners now own the longest postseason drought in the four major North American pro sports. Read morenking Blogs | Comments

Edgar Martinez Hall Of Fame Vote: Update On BBWAA Public Ballot Count

The Edgar Martinez Hall of Fame vote is starting to give Seattle Mariners fans hope that this will be the year that Cooperstown finally sends an invite. The Baseball Writers Association of America is starting to give heavy hints that...Show More Summary

Seattle Mariners Cancel FanFest 2018

The Seattle Mariners have canceled FanFest 2018. In a press release, a post on Twitter, and a note to season ticket holders, the team revealed that Safeco Field won’t be able to handle the yearly event. The team has stated that, due to the replacement of the playing surface at Safeco Field, FanFest will not take place in 2018. Show More Summary

Seattle Mariners Trade Rumors: Zack Greinke The Answer?

Seattle Mariners trade rumors suggest the team is still looking for starting pitching. Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto pushed hard to sign Shohei Ohtani this offseason, but the team came up short in that quest. With a number of...Show More Summary

Seattle fan Mina Kimes had a priceless meltdown over Shohei Ohtani signing with the Angels

Shohei Ohtani’s decision to sign with the Los Angeles Angels was disappointing to every team that pursued the Japanese hitter-pitcher hybrid, but it especially stung the Seattle Mariners. The Mariners, who haven’t made the playoffs since...Show More Summary

Mariners trade for Dee Gordon, and for the money to make the largest bid to Shohei Ohtani

The Miami Marlins officially ignited their latest fire sale Thursday, trading Dee Gordon to the Seattle Mariners for three minor leaguers. The Mariners also got $1 million in international bonus pool space from the Marlins, the second time in two days they have traded minor league talent to increase...

Seattle Mariners Trade For All-Star Dee Gordon

The Seattle Mariners have traded for All-Star second baseman Dee Gordon of the Miami Marlins. It’s an interesting move, to say the least, as the Mariners already have one of the best second basemen in baseball in Robinson Cano. A report by baseball analyst Ryan Divish states that the plan is to move Gordon to center field. Show More Summary

Seattle Mariners Win 2017 Green Glove Award for Recycling

For the first time in nine years, the San Francisco Giants aren’t getting all the “green” glory. Major League Baseball decided to award its Green Glove Award to the Seattle Mariners this year for the team’s recycling efforts at Safeco Field. Show More Summary

The Latest: Former Mariner Boone sorry for harassment remark

2 months agoNews : USAToday: News

Former Seattle Mariners second baseman Bret Boone has apologized for making light of sexual harassment in a message to a reporter        

Seattle Mariners Rumors: GM Jerry Dipoto Confirms Pursuit Of Shohei Ohtani

Seattle Mariners rumors about possibly signing Shohei Ohtani have been addressed by general manager Jerry Dipoto. The pursuit of Ohtani has been confirmed, as the Mariners will try to sign him as soon as the posting option becomes available for the franchise. Show More Summary

Mariners acquire Ryon Healy from Athletics

We have our first trade of the hot stove season, and wouldn’t you know it, Jerry Dipoto was involved. The Seattle Mariners acquired corner infielder Ryon Healy from the Oakland A’s on Wednesday. Healy hit.271/.302/.451 with 25 home runs...Show More Summary

Seattle Mariners Rumors: Jay Bruce Contract Offer Amongst Chatter About Mariners Interest In Outfielder

Seattle Mariners rumors about a Jay Bruce contract offer have surfaced on social media. Could Bruce play first base for the Mariners and give the team a boost on offense for the 2018 MLB season? A report by baseball analyst Jon Heyman certainly indicates that the team could be in on the negotiations to land him. Show More Summary

Seattle Mariners Rumors: Why Do Fans Want Mariners To ‘Blow Up’ Roster? [Opinion]

Seattle Mariners rumors already include some player movement, but much of the offseason news is about Mariners fans. Some shocking revelations are being made by fans on social media, as many want the front office to “blow up” the roster and start over. Show More Summary

Seattle Mariners Face Difficult Arbitration Choices, James Paxton Due For Big Raise

The Seattle Mariners have seven players eligible for arbitration during the MLB offseason. It’s slightly less than the eight players who were arbitration-eligible last year, but there are still some difficult decisions ahead for the front office. Show More Summary

Angels finish season with victory over Mariners

The Angels broke open a briskly-played, scoreless game with six runs in the seventh inning, three on an Eric Young Jr. homer, to beat the Seattle Mariners, 6-2, in the season finale on Sunday.

Ricky Nolasco makes 33rd start for Angels, who must replace his 181 innings next season

Ricky Nolasco stepped to the mound sporting an Angels uniform Saturday night for what will almost assuredly be the last time. He wiggled his arm often and winced after each of the Seattle Mariners’ three extra-base hits. In visuals and in its 5 1/3-inning length, the outing was perfectly typical...

Angels’ Albert Pujols focused on a healthy winter and a bounceback in ’18

The day after the Angels were eliminated, most of their regulars had the day off, but Albert Pujols was not among them. Pujols started on Thursday, as he did again on Friday and for Saturday’s game against the Seattle Mariners.

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