Found June 30, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
The Mariners, once against getting swept up in injury issues, made another shakeup to their roster before Friday's 5-0 loss to Boston. Center fielder Franklin Gutierrez went on the 7-day disabled list less than 24 hours after being hit on the right ear by a pickoff throw from Boston's Franklin Morales. Gutierrez spent the night in the hospital as a precaution and returned home early Friday. "We'll continue to monitor Guti from day to day," manager Eric Wedge said. "Obviously he got hit pretty cleanly with that baseball. It was kind of a fluke thing. He's been on the south side of a number of fluke things the last couple of years." Gutierrez just returned to active status earlier this month after a pectoral muscle injury and a foot injury combined to cost him the first two months of the season. He'd played in 13 games before going back on the DL hours before the Mariners dropped a 5-0 decision to Boston. Taking Gutierrez&#...

Seattle's Gutierrez leaves after being hit in face

Mariners center fielder Franklin Gutierrez left Thursday night's game against Boston after an errant pick-off attempt hit him on the right side of his face. Gutierrez led off the fourth inning with Seattle's first hit off Boston starter Franklin Morales. Gutierrez took his lead at first and Morales attempted a pickoff. His throw over to first was slightly into the runner...

Seattle Mariners’ Justin Smoak Is The Biggest Disappointment So Far

Coming into the 2012 season, the Seattle Mariners expectations were to define rolls roles and to continue the development of its young core players like Dustin Ackley, Kyle Seager, Jesus Montero, Michael Saunders, and Justin Smoak. Seager, Montero, and Saunders have exceeded expectations while Ackley and Smoak have been disappointments so far. Ackley is hitting .245 and is far from...

Seattle Needs Better Fan Support

  I recently took a two-day trip up the I-5 North to the Emerald City to catch a Mariners’ game or two with my dad and older brother. Since Portland no longer has any type of baseball thanks to our losing soccer team, a three-hour drive was needed to cure my baseball withdrawals. Funny how America's pastime took a backseat to almost every other country in the world's...

Seattle's Ramirez leaves in 3rd inning with injury

Mariners starter Erasmo Ramirez left Saturday night's game against Boston in the third inning with an undisclosed injury after retiring the first eight batters. With two outs in the inning, Ramirez threw a first-pitch strike to Boston's No. 9 hitter Mike Aviles. After throwing the pitch, Ramirez signaled for Seattle catcher Miguel Olivo. When Olivo got to the mound, he signaled...

Is Brandon League the best reliever on the Trade Market?

Seattle Mariners' Brandon League is going to merit a lot of attention from numerous teams as the July 31st trade deadline comes closer.  Is he the best reliever who may be available? T- Money and Joey Mac Daddy discuss the top potential relief canidates on the market, and how the Phillies are in desperate need of some relief in many ways.  This topic is based on two listener...

Your Morning Dump...Where the Seattle gets another walk-off win

Every morning, we compile the links of the day and dump them here... highlighting the big storyline. Because there's nothing quite as satisfying as a good morning dump. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)   The Seattle Mariners are a team begging to get beat. They came into Saturday's game at Safeco Field hitting .197 at home and averaging 2.8 runs a game. True to form, they...

Game 77: Boston Red Sox @ Seattle Mariners

Time: 10:10 PM ET TV/Radio: NESN / WEEI Red Sox (40-36) Nava LF Pedroia 2B Ortiz DH Saltalamacchia C Gonzalez 1B Middlebrooks 3B Ross RF Kalish CF Aviles SS Pitching: RHP Aaron Cook (1-1, 9.39) Mariners (33-45) Ichiro RF Wells CF Seager 3B Montero DH Jaso C Smoak 1B Ackley 2B Figgins LF Ryan SS Pitching: RHP Hector Noesi (2-9, 5.50)

Mariners 1, Red Sox 0

SEATTLE -- Pinch hitter John Jaso's ninth-inning single scored Casper Wells and gave the Seattle Mariners and Felix Hernandez a 1-0 win over the Boston Red Sox on Thursday. The throw from Boston right fielder Cody Ross was in time to get Wells, but he was ruled safe by umpire Adrian Johnson when the ball popped out of Jarrod Saltalamacchia's glove. Wells started the rally...

Felix Hernandez Makes Sure Red Sox Stay 'Shut Out in Seattle' With Dominant Start (Video)

So much for that high-powered Red Sox offense. Felix Hernandez silenced the Red Sox bats on Thursday night, going the distance to pick up his sixth win of the year while tying a career high with 13 strikeouts. He needed every one of them, too, considering Franklin Morales matched him blow for blow in the early innings before giving way to the Red Sox bullpen. NESN Nation's Dan...

Red Sox 5, Mariners 0

SEATTLE -- The Boston Red Sox broke free from the shackles imposed by the Seattle pitching staff midgame Friday, coming up with four home runs in the space of eight batters to prop up the two-hit pitching of starter Aaron Cook in a 5-0 win over the Mariners. While Cook allowed Seattle just two singles in nine innings, the Red Sox let loose with three homers in the fifth inning...

Red Sox head to Seattle for a set with the Mariners.

The Red Sox have finally climbed into third place in the AL East, and now take their 40-35 record on the road to start a West coast road trip against the Seattle Mariners. The Sox held their ground at home going 7-2 for their last 9 game homestand, but in the meantime lost more player [...]

Game 79: Boston Red Sox @ Seattle Mariners

Time: 4:10 PM ET TV/Radio: NESN / WEEI Red Sox (41-37) Aviles SS Pedroia 2B Ortiz DH Ross RF Gonzalez 1B Middlebrooks 3B Nava LF Shoppach C Lillibridge CF Pitching: LHP Felix Doubront (8-4, 4.54) MARINERS (34-46) TBA Pitching: LHP Jason Vargas (7-7, 4.54)
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