Found January 30, 2013 on Fangraphs:
PLAYERS: Dustin AckleyMike ZuninoKyle SeagerJesus MonteroBrad MillerJason BayRaul IbanezFelix HernandezHisashi IwakumaErasmo RamirezTom WilhelmsenCharlie FurbushNick FranklinDanny HultzenJames PaxtonTaijuan WalkerCarlos TriunfelBrendan RyanFranklin GutierrezMichael SaundersCasper WellsLeon LandryJustin SmoakStefen RomeroEric FarrisMiguel OlivoVinnie CatricalaAlex LiddiRobert AndinoRonny PaulinoMunenori KawasakiJesus SucreMike CarpEric ThamesJulio MorbanFrancisco MartinezChone FigginsCarlos PegueroMike JacobsJoe TorreBrian HarrisDarnell McDonaldXavier NadyAlex GonzalezJason CooperTyler ColvinGerman DuranDelwyn YoungEdwin MaysonetChris HeintzRey SanchezJon NunnallyKevin WigginsDanny AingeMark McLemoreKevin MillwoodShawn KelleyBlake BeavanJosh KinneyJeremy BondermanBrandon MaurerGeorge SherrillLucas LuetgeBobby LaFromboiseDavid PauleyStephen PryorCarter CappsAnthony FernandezOliver PerezBrian MoranHector NoesiLogan BawcomBrian SweeneyAndrew CarrawayChance RuffinD.J. MitchellYoervis MedinaGreg MadduxTim DillardJoaquin BenoitMike GonzalezNeal CottsRandy JohnsonSteve AndradeJosh TowersAndy AshbyBryan CoreyKevin TolarJoe ValentineAndy Cavazos
TEAMS: Seattle MarinersChicago White SoxChicago CubsKansas City RoyalsMilwaukee BrewersColorado RockiesBoston CelticsDetroit Tigers
Dan Szymborski’s ZiPS projections, which have typically appeared in the pages of Baseball Think Factory, are being released at FanGraphs this year. Below are the projections for the Seattle Mariners. Szymborski can be found on Twitter at @DSzymborski. Other 2013 Projections: Angels / Astros / Ath...

Five things to love about 2013 Seattle Mariners FanFest

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SeattleClubhouse Q&A: Nick Franklin

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Mariners, RHP Shawn Kelley agree at $935,000

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MLB News: Seattle Mariners agree to 1-year deal with C Kelly Shoppach

On Tuesday, news surfaced that the Seattle Mariners have reached an agreement with C Kelly Shoppach. The deal is worth a reported $1.5 million for the 2013 season and will be finalized this afternoon after Shoppach passes a physical with the Mariners. The deal also includes a possible $500,000 dollar bonus if Shoppach reaches performance based incentives. Shoppach, 32, will serve...

Jason Bay does not want to retire

Poor guy doesn’t realize the pain he’s causing people.

2013 World Baseball Classic Uniforms: Mexico

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Source: M's, Shoppach agree to deal

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The Evolution Of Baseball—The Mariners, & King Felix.

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