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Are You Ready For Some Baseball? Jason Bay made the final squad, Casper Wells did not. Also sent down to the minor this week Danny Farquhar, Jesus Sucre, Brad Miller and vet Endy Chavez.
Your Seattle Mariners 25 man roster is all set
NWSB Insider, Seattle Mariners blogger Q tells us the 25 players named to the Mariners Opening day 2013 roster. Felix Hernandez, Hisashi Iwakuma, Joe Saunders, Brandon Maurer and Blake Beavan. Jason Bay also made the squad in place of Casper Wells.
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The Seattle Mariners have designated outfielder Casper Wells for assignment and kept Jason Bay on the opening day roster as the club's fifth outfielder.
Seattle also Sunday selected the contract of right-hander D.J. Mitchell to the 40-man roster, then optioned him to Triple-A Tacoma. By adding Mitchell, it allowed them to make the move with Wells, who was out of options and...
Tonight the Seattle Mariners held the first ever Safeco Field Open House, allowing fans the first opportunity to see the stadium’s recent renovations and watch the first game of the season on the new high-definition video screen. There’s been a lot of hype surrounding the new screen, and rightfully so. It’s 201.5 feet wide and 56.7 feet tall, which is wider than an Olympic...
For the Seattle Mariners, this Spring has been accompanied with great success. First off, the Mariners were second only to the Royals in wins, and their 22 wins broke the Spring Training club records. The Mariners also smashed 58 home runs, a club record. Only one major league team, the 1999 Cubs, hit more home runs in Spring Training. For a team that is desperately looking...
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Today the M's set their Opening Day Roster. Casper Wells DFA'd, D.J. Mitchell added to 40-man roster (optioned to AAA). 4 players reassigned to MiLB.
Not since Cliff Lee was a Mariner have there been any expectations, but Seattle should have high goals in 2013.
Finally, Opening Day graces Seattle and expectations exist!
NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners Blogger Jeff Budke discusses his expectations for the team upon opening day. I see this team being one game better than the Oakland As, and getting the...
Seattle Mariners pitcher Felix Hernandez did right by the catcher that was on the other side of his perfect game last August.
Hernandez gifted Oakland A’s catcher John Jaso with a brand new Rolex for their perfect game against the Tampa Bay Rays.
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Last August, Seattle Mariners ace Felix Hernandez tossed the first perfect game in franchise history. His catcher in that game was John Jaso.On Monday, Hernandez and Jaso were reunited again, except this time they were wearing different uniforms.Jaso, who is now a member of the Oakland A's after being traded in the offseason, squared off against his former teammate as the A&...
Once again this season we will take a statistical look at the good and the bad in the Seattle Mariners system from the past seven days every Monday. This first installment of the 2013 season, we take a broader look, seeing which six players changed their stock the most during Spring Training.
Felix Hernandez had his mind made up that he would get the Seattle Mariners' season off to a strong start and provide a little bit of momentum on April 1.
No arguing that. He delivered against the defending AL West champions.
Hernandez struck out eight on opening day in his first start since signing a $175 million, seven-year contract in February, and the Mariners beat the...
His usual carefree self, Felix Hernandez danced in the visitors clubhouse to his techno ''house music'' Sunday.
It's fitting that Hernandez will make his season debut and first outing since landing a $175 million, seven-year contract against the Oakland Athletics.
The Seattle ace always faces them to start, or so it seems to the A's.
Felix Hernandez finally presented former Mariners catcher John
Jaso with the perfect gift: a shiny Rolex for catching King Felix's
perfecto last August against the Rays.
Kendrys Morales and Justin Smoak homered and the Seattle Mariners beat the Colorado Rockies 4-3 Saturday in their final spring tuneup
Morales, who played for the Los Angeles Angels' Triple-A affiliate in Salt Lake City from 2006-2008, ripped a fastball over the left center fence in the top of the fourth inning and Smoak went deep in the fifth to help the Mariners finish with...