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Miguel Olivo and Kyle Seager hit consecutive home runs during a six-run sixth inning and the Seattle Mariners rallied past Kansas City 6-4 Sunday in their first game since opening the regular season in Japan.
The Mariners split two midweek games against Oakland at Tokyo Dome.
Munenori Kawasaki had three hits for the Mariners, who used six projected starters. He had two hits in the sixth inning alone.
Olivo's three-run homer tied it at 4. Seager followed with his fourth home run of the spring.
Mike Moustakas homered and doubled for the Royals. Starter Bruce Chen struck out six and walked one while allowing just three hits in four innings.
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And so it begins
Welcome to the first edition of the State of the Mariners update for the 2012 regular season. In these weekly updates you will find all the information and news regarding the Seattle Mariners Baseball Franchise.
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The Mariners will continue with spring training games until this weekend when the team will restart their regular season with a two...
We've learned today that this week with the opening game of the MLB season starting that Jason Vargas will pitch first followed by Felix Hernandez in game two.
Manager Eric Wedge added, "These guys are still working their way back, but it's nice to see them break out the way they did. I think everyone is still a little bit fuzzy.
Gonna be interesting…
The Seattle Mariners took on the Oakland Athletics in the first half of a 4 game opening series. The first 2 games took place in the Tokyo Dome in Japan and the second half of the series will begin Friday, April 6 in Oakland when the rest of MLB starts their seasons.
The trip to Japan made sense, but it was scheduled awkwardly.
There is a week and a half gap...
PEORIA, Ariz. (AP) -- Back from Japan, the Seattle Mariners needed a few innings on the field to brush off the jetlag and snap out of their slumber.
Miguel Olivo and Kyle Seager hit consecutive home runs during a six-run sixth inning and Seattle rallied past the Kansas City Royals 6-4 Sunday in its first game since opening the regular season at Tokyo Dome.
The Mariners split two...
More than just a baseball player
For those people who were fortunate to see either of the opening major league games featuring the Seattle Mariners and the Oakland A’s, they were able to get a taste of the enduring relationship between Ichiro Suzuki and the Japanese public.
The Tokyo Dome was sold out for both games and though the games were terrific sports entertainment, they...
Ichiro Suzuki broke a scoreless tie with a run-scoring double in the third and Felix Hernandez pitched four shutout innings, leading the Seattle Mariners over the Colorado Rockies 7-2 Monday.
Mariners catcher Jesus Montero was hit in the helmet by a pitch from Edgmer Escalona. An angry Montero had to be escorted off the field by manager Eric Wedge. On Sunday, Cleveland's Ubaldo...
Kevin Millwood struck out eight in seven solid innings and the Seattle Mariners beat a San Diego Padres split-squad 6-1 on Saturday night.
The veteran right-hander allowed one run on Andy Parrino's homer and five hits.
The Mariners fielded a team of minor leaguers behind Millwood while their regulars took the day to recuperate from a trip to Japan for two regular-season games...
We here at Deep League Thoughts love things cheap. If the 5 finger discount were legal, we’d be doing it hand over Doug Fister. Over the course of the year, we’re going to keep our eye on the bargain bin FA market, targeting the guys that are less than 5 percent owned and try to sprinkle you with tasty little nuggets of info on these gems. Alright let’s start…sorry...