With star second baseman Robinson Cano in the fold after agreeing to a $240 million deal last week, the Seattle Mariners have executed their first two moves in an effort to build around him. Longtime Brewers first baseman/outfielderShow More Summary
Q: Which of these signers is a fraud? 1: Robby Thompson, bench coach of the Seattle Mariners, gesturing for a pitching change? 2: Interpreter Lydia Callis signing during a press conference held by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg during Superstorm Sandy. 3: An unidentified...
The Seattle Mariners' offseason rebuilding project continues as the club made a pair of notable moves during baseball's 2013 Winter Meetings. The Mariners and free-agent slugger Corey Hart have reportedly agreed to a one-year deal, according...Show More Summary
There are a number of clichés to characterize what the Seattle Mariners must do at the Winter Meetings. Strike while the iron is hot...Get while the getting's good... Alright, maybe that's it. But the point stands: The Mariners need to do something. Show More Summary
The Seattle Mariners were able to offer former New York Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano $42 million more after-tax dollars to lure him to the American League West because they play in a state with no income tax. When Cano signsShow More Summary
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla.---On the heels of signing Robinson Cano, could the Seattle Mariners follow by signing Masahiro Tanaka?
Baseball's winter meetings provide opportunities for teams like the Seattle Mariners to make big changes and spend lots of money on brand-new superstars. For other teams, the meetings are not nearly as dramatic. If a team was solid last season, it might not really need to do a whole lot right now. Show More Summary
Last week saw a flurry of action on the MLB free-agent market, with the big move coming when the Seattle Mariners signed second baseman Robinson Cano to a massive 10-year, $240 million deal that ranks as the third-largest contract in...Show More Summary
Jay-Z isn’t just one of the world’s greatest rappers. He’s also proving to be quite the business man, but that’s not all. If MLB player Robinson Cano’s new contract is anything to go by, one could easily classify the “Magna Carta Holy Grail” rapper as an esteemed negotiator. Show More Summary
The Robinson Cano signing will change things in Seattle. It will change the number of people attending games, first and foremost. It pairs Felix Hernandez with another superstar. It could give the Mariners leverage as they go after other big-name free agents. Show More Summary
The Seattle Mariners are blowin ' up the New York Yankees' spot, as the kids say. The Mariners have made it known to free agent Robinson Cano—the longtime Yankees second baseman — that they are willing to offer him a contract for 10Show More Summary
Second baseman gets paid. A lot.
I sent in a 2001 Seattle Mariners All-Star 8x10 and paid $35 to have it signed by longtime Mariners star Edgar Martinez - I bought the photo in 2002 since the Mariners were coming off a 116 win season and they were one of the top teams...Show More Summary
The season is several months away, but rosters are starting to take shape with winter meetings warming up and contracts being signed. There's no team as unpredictable as the Seattle Mariners, and no general manager quite like Jack Zduriencik,...Show More Summary
Robinson Cano, Seattle Mariner? If the latest report—that the Mariners have all of a sudden emerged as a serious threat to sign the five-time All-Star— is to be believed, the longtime New York Yankees second baseman-turned-free agent...Show More Summary
The Seattle Mariners are desperate. They have great pitching in the organization, but the hitting side of things has been a different story. With bad luck developing offensive talent, the Mariners are looking outside of the organization...Show More Summary
Seattle Mariners trade rumors have been abundant so far this offseason, but the club has yet to pull any triggers. They've been included in trade talks for Dexter Fowler, Billy Butler and even Matt Kemp, but putting a package together...Show More Summary
Is it me or do you get the feeling that when Texas Rangers general manager Jon Daniels picks up the phone, people listen? How about Detroit Tigers GM Dave Dombrowski ? Last week when the two men worked out a blockbuster deal involving...Show More Summary
So far, it's been a quiet offseason around Major League Baseball, but more and more teams are showing increased interest in multiple players, putting the pieces in place for an exciting winter. The Mariners are a team with a lot of options...Show More Summary
Hiring a manager is a lot like electing a president. You may not be thrilled with the final choice, but you ultimately want them to succeed for the greater good. Lloyd McClendon is now the Seattle Mariners' new manager, and whether you...Show More Summary