Found June 02, 2012 on
NorthWest Sports Beat:
The Mariners do find ways to lose don't they?
Tonight Michael Saunders is the culprit. He had a hard hit fly ball to center field coming at him and.....
"OH IT HIT HIM IN THE FACE!!!!"
Yelled Mariners Root Sports NW play by play man Dave Sims.
He'll remember this play for a while. (The bruising on his face should be a daily reminder you'd think)
Mariners lose to the White 7-4. White Sox have now won 9 in a row.
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Expect M’s to look for bats
With a farm system consisting of Taijuan Walker, Danny Hultzen and James Paxton, one would assume the Seattle Mariners aren’t going to be looking at a lot of pitchers on draft night.
Even with the old adage “you don’t draft what you need, you draft the best possible player,” it’s hard to see the Mariners not taking an impact bat with their...
Time for a new era… or at least a new ERA
The sports world was all a buzz about the Seattle Mariners monster offensive effort against the Texas Rangers. While everyone in the clubhouse had to feel great coming off the field that night, former high school teacher Steve Delabar ended the game by being optioned to AAA.
Delabar has a strong arm, there is no doubt about that. While...
The Seattle Mariners have selected Stephen Pryor from Triple-A Tacoma, giving the right-handed reliever a chance at the majors after two dominating stops in the minors this season.
Seattle made the expected move official on Friday before opening a series with the White Sox.
The Mariners optioned reliever Steve Delabar to Tacoma following Wednesday's game in Texas, and transferred...
The 2012 Seattle Mariners starting lineup for Friday's series opener at the Chicago White Sox features one BIG change.
Ichiro Suzuki is back in leadoff spot.
The Mariners got this one right in my opinion. He's lost a ton off his batting avg. He's familiar with the lead-off spot. I hope this works.
What is accomplished is that Seager, Ackley...
Those are football numbers!
The Seattle Mariners came out swinging in Arlington last night, assaulting the Texas Rangers 21-8. That’s right, folks. The Mariners scored 3 touchdowns and the Rangers scored 1 and successfully converted their 2 point conversion!
All jokes aside, it was a very impressive performance that hopefully shows that this team is finally making some progress...
The Seattle Mariners have called up right-handed reliever Stephen Pryor from Class AAA Tacoma, the team announced Friday. To make room on the 40-man roster, the Mariners moved left-handed pitcher George Sherrill from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day DL. Pryor has a 0-0 record with nine saves and a 0.64 ERA in 21 games this season. He was promoted from Class AA Jackson to...
The Seattle Mariners spent the first one-third of the season looking to see if Ichiro Suzuki was a good fit as
the No. 3 hitter and the last few weeks giving Dustin Ackley a shot at being the leadoff man. On Friday, all of that changed. Manager Eric Wedge has installed Ichiro back as the leadoff man, the position he had for the first 11
years of his big-league career. Ackley...
Mariners ace Felix Hernandez will be pushed back a few more days and start on Tuesday night when Seattle opens a three-game series against San Diego.
Seattle manager Eric Wedge announced the decision on Friday as the Mariners opened an interleague series against the Los Angeles Dodgers. There was consideration of starting Hernandez on Sunday in the series finale against the Dodgers...
I know the umpire was just trying to get into position, but in the GIF, it certainly looks like he’s purposely trying to check Brooks Conrad into oblivion. If the goal for the defense on a fly ball was to let the ball hit you directly in the face, Michael Saunders wins
Midway through Tuesday's game against the Rangers in Texas, Mariners watchers were wondering if Seattle would ever hit. Seattle had come off a seven-game homestand in which it played the final six games without getting more than eight hits, then on Monday got just seven hits against the Rangers in a 4-2 loss. Through the seventh inning Tuesday, it was more of the same. Seattle...
Ichiro Suzuki homered twice, John Jaso hit a tiebreaking double in the 12th inning and the Seattle Mariners ended Chicago's nine-game winning streak by beating the White Sox 10-8 Saturday.
Jesus Montero led off the 10th with a double against Addison Reed (0-1). One out later, Jaso drove in pinch-runner Munenori Kawasaki. Chone Figgins followed with an RBI single.
Error in the 8th Take Mariners out of Win Column
The Headline: despite a tough Felix start, the Seattle Mariners kept it close until Chicago broke it open in the eighth.
Seattle Mariners 4, Chicago White Sox 7
When: 8:10 ET, Friday, June 1, 2012
Where: U.S. Cellular Field, Chicago
Umpires: Home — Andy Fletcher, 1B — Rob Drake, 2B — Joe West, 3B— Sam...
My Kind of town Chicago is…
The Seattle Mariners move to Chicago seeking perfect vengeance.
Pitching match ups:
Game 54: RHP – Felix Hernandez vs. RHP – Jake Peavy
Game 1: Matchup | Preview TV: 8:10 p.m. ET, ROOT (Seattle), Comcast SportsNet Chicago
It is hard to keep a good man down, and Felix Hernandez is a good man. Felix led the Mariners to a loss in his...
The Seattle Mariners finished up the first one-third of their season last night in Chicago with their 7-4 loss to the White Sox in game number 54. SeattleClubhouse checks in on the big league club with an inventory of what has gone right and what has gone wrong.
On Wednesday, Ichiro took his first day off from the season and the Seattle Mariners scored 21 runs against the Texas Rangers. The day off gave Manager Eric Wedge the opportunity to plug the M’s best hitter this season, Kyle Seager, into third spot.
Wedge has some tough decisions ahead of him with the batting order. Ichiro is batting a respectable .271 and he trails only Seager...