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Seattle Mariners starter Jeremy Bonderman was looking to rebound from a 2013 debut against the Minnesota Twins which saw him surrender seven earned runs, and he delivered in a big way during a 4-1 victory on Friday night.Taking on the near-anemic offense of the Yankees, Bonderman struggled in the opening frame and eventually conceded a run on a Travis Hafner ground out. It would be the last real scoring opportunity the New York Yankees would have in a game where Bonderman pitched mostly to soft contact.The journeyman starter delivered six innings and gave up just three hits, walked one and struck out only two batters. with two of the four base runners in the aforementioned opening frame. The Mariners would use three relievers to finish the final three innings, giving up just one hit and one walk while striking out an additional four batters.New York’s 1-0 lead held up until a disasterous fourth inning. Hiroki Kuroda loaded the bases after back to back walks with two outs, then surrendered two run singles to Brendan Ryan and Jason Bay, allowing a 1-0 lead with two outs to turn into a 4-1 deficit and the eventual final score.With the loss the Yankees fall to 35-26, an even two games behind the AL East division leading Red Sox. The Mariners, who are now 3-2 against New York this year, improve to 27-35 as they maintain fourth place in the AL West.
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I’m hoping the adult didn’t see him, right at the end it looks like he checks up and tries to slow himself. Due to the proximity of him and the kid, I’m guessing its his own kid so I give him a pass. But still that kid got erased by the big fella. Is a Kyle Seager HR really that valuable?
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The Seattle Mariners went shopping north of the border for their 3rd round , 85th overall pick in the 2013 MLB Draft selecting Canadian Tyler O`Neill. The Mariners have selected position players with their first 3 choices in the draft also selecting third baseman D.J. Peterson with the 12th selection and outfielder Austin Wilson with the 49th overall pick.
O`Neill was a member of...
The Seattle Mariners have placed catcher Jesus Sucre on the
15-day disabled list with a left hand injury, according to Greg Johns of
Sucre has been out since he was hit on the left hand with a bat on a backswing during Tuesday’s contest against the Chicago White Sox.
While he doesn’t have any broken bones in his hand, he does have a severe bone
The announcers opine at the beginning of the video — which shows a frenetically dancing, perhaps slightly unhinged, Seattle Mariners fan — that “the land of high octane coffee and espresso” may help explain this fellow’s madcap antics. But I beg to differ. From the looks of it, this guy was being fueled via the [...]The post Forget caffeine, crazy-dancing Mariners fan was...
Brendan Ryan and Jason Bay both hit two-out, two-run singles in Seattle's four-run fourth inning, Jeremy Bonderman pitched six sharp innings to win for the first time since 2010, and the Mariners beat the New York Yankees 4-1 on Friday night.
All of Seattle's offense came in one stretch of the fourth inning when six straight batters reached base, capped by the clutch hits...
This woman is a huge fan of star Seattle Mariners pitcher Felix Hernandez, but from the looks of things, she's way more into this massive turkey leg.
This is certainly one way to get yourself known at a ballgame. One Seattle Mariner fans couldn’t contain his dancing during Thursday’s Seattle Mariners game at Safeco field against the New York Yankees.
You may have already seen this same guy dancing at a Seattle Mariners game earlier in the year. Back in April, a video went viral after this man was dancing with his daughter.
From what I have heard, there are several locations throughout the fine city of Seattle where a person can sit in a Starbucks and see another Starbucks by looking out the front window. Apparently, either Ichiro Suzuki didn’t spend a lot of time hanging out in Starbucks during his twelve seasons as a member of [...]The post Ichiro spent 12 years in Seattle without realizing the...
SeattleClubhouse brings you an interview with the Seattle Mariners' 3rd Round selection in the 2013 MLB Draft, outfielder Tyler O'Neill out of Garibaldi SS in British Columbia. Get to know the young hitter who has been compared to Brett Lawrie and who was rated as the 69th overall draft prospect in this class by Baseball America.
Seattle Mariners first baseman Kendrys Morales was removed
from yesterday’s contest against the New York Yankees due to back stiffness,
according to Greg Johns of MLB.com. Manager Eric Wedge told reporters after the
game that Morales is considered day to day.
"His back locked up on him," manager Eric Wedge
said. "He's feeling better. They've been...
Every time Felix Hernandez takes the mound, something special can happen.
The 2010 American League Cy Young winner is 105-80 with a 3.18 ERA in his eight-plus year career (through June 7, 2013).
Imagine how many more victories the Seattle Mariners right-hander would have if he pitched for a better team. Example: He was just one game over .500 at 13-12 in 2010, but posted an AL...
The Yankees hope to keep the momentum going on this road trip with Hiroki Kuroda (6-4, 2.59 ERA) facing off against Jeremy Bonderman (0-1, 13.50 ERA). In his last start against Boston, Kuroda fell into a 3-0 hole before the game was called in the sixth due to rain (and freighting lightning) and the Yankees failed to provide any run support. He is winless in his last three starts...
Kuroda’s four-run fourth inning was enough for the loss tonight. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)
New York Yankees 1 — Seattle Mariners 4
Kuroda’s struggle to finish the fourth is big in tonight’s 4-1 loss to the Seattle Mariners.
For the Mariners, Jeremy Bonderman would make his second start of the season. A leadoff double by Brett Gardner and a walk of Robinson...