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Most major league teams will be adding a players Saturday as the roster limit expands from 25 to 40. The Seattle Mariners are one of the teams that has no plans to do so. Seattle, a 9-1 loser in the opener of a homestand against the Los Angeles Angels on Friday, will wait until after the minor league season ends on Monday. The one player the club had thought about bringing back right away, first baseman Mike Carp, was held out of a rehab game Wednesday with a flare-up of his groin problem, then played just five innings for Class AAA Tacoma on Thursday. It was his first game at first base after a couple of starts as the designated hitter. He was back at DH on Friday. Manager Eric Wedge wants to have Carp play a full game at first base, which could happen Saturday or Sunday. The other veteran who might have been targeted for a quick return to the big leagues, right-handed pitcher Shawn Kelley, was hit by a ball on his elbow Wednesday. While not thought to be seriously hurt, ...
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On Friday night at Safeco Field, in a nod to the "Buhner Buzz Night" from the 90s, the Seattle Mariners offered fans free haircuts at the stadium.
Wildcard 9 Games Back
The Seattle Mariners return home with hope that Safeco Field is still a field of dreams. The Mariners sitting at 64-68 are only 9 games out of a wild card slot. Could they pull off a miracle?
Pitching match ups:
Game 132: RHP – Dan Haren vs. RHP – Kevin Millwood
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The Mariners have tallied 210 career at bats against...
Coming into the 2012 season, the Seattle Mariners were planning to lean on Franklin Gutierrez on and off the field. He was penciled in as the starting center fielder and was going to bat in the middle of a young Mariners line-up. Gutierrez was going to be the veteran position player in a young line-up full of rookies and second year players.
Gutierrez’s career with the Seattle...
As most of you know, there is a daily feature here that picks games every day. While it is
easy to just do it every day without thinking, there has been some reflection on how the year
has changed since the beginning. The Padres and Mariners were hard to pick to win in the
beginning of the season. Now they are hard to pick against. How did that happen? Take the
With three wins in the four-game series over the Twins in Minnesota this week, the Seattle Mariners enter the last day of August with a 15-11 record. That comes in the wake of a 15-11 July, giving Seattle back-to-back winning months for the first time since the 2009 season. It was in 2009 that the Mariners last finished over .500, and heading into the final 30 games of the season...
The Seattle Mariners played well in their recent trip to the Midwest, but they came away with a 3-4 record. They played the A.L. Central division leading White Sox close but came up on the short end of the stick in all three games losing all three games by one run. Seattle then went into Target Field and kept playing strong taking three of four from the Twins. However, since...
I have been in a few conversations since the Seattle Mariners announced their 2012 Arizona Fall League (AFL) rosters about who really 'should be' going and I just want to set the record straight about something:
There is a reason why these guys were picked
Let's take a look at what those are.
I partially expect a player with Romero's skill set (16...
Blake Beavan gave up two runs in seven innings and Trayvon Robinson drove in two runs to lift the Seattle Mariners to a 5-4 victory over the Minnesota Twins on Thursday.
Beavan (9-8) scattered five hits, walked two and struck out one.
Kyle Seager also drove in two runs for the Mariners, who have won 11 of their last 15 games.
Brian Duensing (3-10) gave up three earned runs and...
SEATTLE (AP) -- Mark Trumbo hit a two-run single in the eighth inning that helped hand Felix Hernandez his first loss in nearly three-months as the Los Angeles Angels beat the Seattle Mariners 5-2 Saturday.
Hernandez (13-6) lost for the first time since June 12. He entered this outing 9-0 with a 1.40 ERA over his previous 14 starts.
Mike Trout and Torii Hunter singled to open the...
SEATTLE (AP) -- Kendrys Morales drove in four runs and Torii Hunter had four hits, helping the Los Angeles Angels snap the Seattle Mariners' eight-game home winning streak with a 9-1 win Friday night.
Morales hit a three-run homer in the first off Seattle starter Kevin Millwood. His drove in Mike Trout with a single up the middle in the fourth inning.
Dan Haren (9-10) pitched...