Found May 19, 2012 on
DENVER—It’s taken him almost nine years but Seattle Mariners right-hander Kevin Millwood pitched a complete game against the Colorado Rockies.
His no-hitter was reduced to a shutout in the sixth when third baseman Kyle Seager could not complete a sensational yet makeable play that popped out of his glove two outs deep into the inning.
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NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Clinton Bell tells us what really ticks him off about the Seattle Mariners. The only good thing management has done is not sold the team to some jerk in Oklahoma City. Ichiro Suzuki, and Felix Hernandez may need to be used as trade bait at the deadline. And it's time to cut our losses with Chone Figgins and Brendan Ryan.
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On Wednesday, investor Chris Hansen, Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn and King County Executive Dow Constantine held a joint press conference in Seattle to update the Seattle Arena Proposal project.
They announced a Memorandum of Understanding between Hansen and his investors and the city on the proposed NBA and NHL arena in the Sodo District in Seattle.
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The Colorado Rockies may be at rock bottom.Can it get any worse than this? How bad can this team really be?A day after playing one of the worst games in franchise history in a 9-7 loss at Coors Field, the bumbling Colorado Rockies were shutout by veteran and former teammate, Kevin Millwood on Friday night.The pitching got blamed on Thursday, but it wasn't their fault on Friday...
Kevin Millwood tossed a two-hitter for his first shutout in nearly nine years and Mike Carp hit a solo homer, helping the Seattle Mariners snap a four-game skid with a 4-0 win over the Colorado Rockies on Friday night.
It was also the 22nd complete game of the 37-year-old righty's career.
Millwood (2-4) comfortably cruised through this game and didn't surrender his first...
Not many people have heard of Colorado’s rookie starting pitcher Christian Friedrich. Well, you better get to know him before the rest of your fantasy league does. In his two starts after being called up from Triple-A Colorado Springs Friedrich is 1-0 with a 1.38 ERA and 17 Ks in 13 IP.
In Friedrich’s first outing of the season against the Padres he went six innings, gave...
I am a baseball junkie and therefore love following players signed to minor league contracts, claimed off waivers, or selected in the Rule 5 draft. The latter brings me to the subject of today's post- Lucas Luetge.The 25 year old left-handed reliever has appeared in 15 games for the Seattle Mariners this season and has yet to allow an earned run- 10.1 IP,12 K, 0.00 ERA, 1.35...
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So your beloved Seattle Mariners have been playing “alright” so far this season. Re-building the team is still a work in progress – construction is ongoing.
Young players like Kyle Seager, Jesus Montero and Dustin Ackley are trying hard to prove themselves and produce, with few dependable veterans...
David Laurila (@DavidLaurilaQA), curator of FanGraphs’ Q&A Series, talks both to Mariners catcher John Jaso and Seattle Times beat writer Geoff Baker.
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Catcher Wil Nieves was claimed by the Arizona off waivers from Colorado before Monday night's game against Pittsburgh.
Arizona placed Henry Blanco on the 15-day disabled list due to a sprained left thumb. Diamondbacks manager Kirk Gibson said Blanco was headed back to Phoenix for an MRI to determine whether a ligament was torn.
Nieves was designated for assignment by Colorado...
Jesus Montero and Justin Smoak hit back-to-back home runs, Blake Beavan tied a season-high with seven strikeouts and the Seattle Mariners held on to beat the Colorado Rockies 6-4 on Sunday to complete a three-game sweep.
Mike Carp also homered and Dustin Ackley had two hits for the Mariners.
Carlos Gonzalez homered among his three hits and Dexter Fowler also homered for Colorado...
Not the bees! AHHHHHHH Ahgarbulagabah my eyes! my eyes! AHHHHHHHH! AHHHHHHHhhhurgh!
Coors Field and the Colorado Rockies were overrun by a swarm of bees during Thursday afternoon’s game against the Arizona Diamondbacks, and because DenverPost.com used “Coors Field was buzzing” and “bee-lieve it” puns in the first two sentences of their report, I’ll let them handle the...
Not the bees! Again. Bees attacked in the middle of the Arizona Diamondbacks-Colorado Rockies game on Thursday afternoon, causing a brief delay:
The Diamondbacks' afternoon game at Coors Field was delayed for a few minutes in the top of the fifth inning when a large swarm of bees came down the first-base line and past the Colorado Rockies' dugout before settling by...