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Mariners prospect Nick Franklin was 3-for-3 with two runs scored as Peoria bested Scottsdale, 4-3, on Wednesday evening in the AFL.
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Insider Steve on of our Seattle Mariners bloggers is back with another piece on the debate of whether or not Prince Fielder should land in Seattle this off-season. SI's Jon Heyman says the M's are hoping to be in on Prince (but not Pujols). Unsure if there's room in budget though he goes on to say.
Should the Mariners move Mike Carp to third base? Is Seattle interested in bringing back Jamie Moyer? Beat reporter Greg Johns answers these questions and more in the latest Inbox.
One thing the Mariners wanted to see in the AFL was a healthy Adam Moore. And after a slow start back from knee surgery, the club's backup catcher wound up passing that test with flying colors.
Alex Liddi was originally supposed to be heading home to Italy after being dropped last week by his winter ball team in Venezuela. But he headed to the Dominican Republic instead and caught on with the Leones del Escogido.
We found out that news this afternoon and tweeted it. Less than an hour later, we found out that Liddi was released today after just three games in which he committed...
The Mariners will make a run at free-agent first baseman Prince Fielder, Jon Heyman of Sports Illustrated tweeted Wednesday. “#mariners are hoping to be in on prince (but not pujols). Unsure if there’s room in budget tho. But will give it a run,” Heman tweeted. Fielder, who has spent his entire career with the Milwaukee [...]
Jon Paul Morosi of Fox Sports says the Mariners are willing to include cash in order to trade the under performing Chone Figgins. The Mariners are hoping that teams that need a leadoff hitter will engage them in trade talks. Seattle officials view the Reds, Tigers, and San Francisco Giants as possible fits for Figgins.I don’t believe the Giants will be in play for Figgins. He’s...
With news that the Astros will join the American League West as soon as 2013, Mariners hitters probably won't mind making the extra trips to play at Minute Maid Park.
The Mariners unveiled a new logo on Wednesday that will be worn on the right sleeve of players' jerseys throughout the upcoming year to commemorate the franchise's 35th season.