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The Seattle Mariners started the 2012 campaign off with some tough decisions. Two of those decisions were to send Casper Wells and Alex Liddi to Tacoma to start the year. A week of baseball is in the bag and the youngsters are getting their first crack in the starting lineup today against the Rangers.
The Mariners entered the game 4-3 looking to split the series...
An Army Sergeant home from a tour of duty in Afghanistan had some help with the Seattle Mariners in planning a surprise reunion with his family at Friday night's game. Your browser does not support iframes. 13-year-old Kyle Smerer, who is a huge Mariners fan, was invited by the team to run out onto the field before the game and "steal second base". What Kyle didn...
It’s hard to be enticed by anyone in the Mariners’ lineup not named Ichiro, who isn’t too enticing himself. However, one guy impressing so far this season for Seattle is third baseman Kyle Seager.
Seager is hitting .321 with 1 HR and 6 RBI in 28 AB this season. With third basemen like David Wright, Ryan Zimmerman, Adrian Beltre, Brett Lawrie, Mark Reynolds, and Alex Rodriguez...
The Seattle Mariners’ good start at the plate will make manager Eric Wedge’s job more difficult with outfielders Mike Carp and Franklin Guiterrez scheduled to return from the disabled list in the next week or two.
The two players filling in for them, Chone Figgins and Michael Saunders, have been a pleasant surprise so far at the plate and will stay with the team once Carp and...
Mariners manager Eric Wedge is all set to return to his house Thursday night, for the first time in nearly 21/2 months.
From Washington state to Arizona, to Japan, back to Arizona, to California, to Texas and finally back to the Pacific Northwest, Seattle's two-month, transcontinental spring training/opening road trip will finally come to an end Friday night when it hosts Oakland...
It’s about time! Tonight is the first opportunity this season for the Mariners to get some hometown love after being away since starting up at Spring Training in early February. Though I will say, the fans in Japan were as supportive as it gets on the road – at least as far as I could tell from Bellevue, Washington! But, it won’t compare to what the Mariners will hear tonight...
The Seattle Mariners struggled mightily against the Texas Rangers in 2011 dropping 15 of 19 games. In their first series against the Rangers in 2012, Mariner fans were treated to more of the same. The good news was that after an 11-5 bashing on Monday night, the other two losses to Texas were by one and two runs respectively. And, Seattle rallied from down 3-0 to take yesterday’s...
The Mariners Come To Life in the 9th
The Headline: The Seattle Mariners bats remain anemic through 6-innings, but come alive in a late inning comeback.
Seattle Mariners 4, Oakland Athletics 3
When: 8:05 ET, Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Where: Rangers Ballpark, Arlington
Temperature: 81 Degrees
Umpires: Home — Kerwin Danley, 1B — Doug Eddings, 2B — Paul Nauert, 3B — Dana DeMuth...
Jesus Montero finally made the splash Seattle's been waiting for with a solo home run and a two-run double, Hector Noesi threw eight shutout innings, and the Seattle Mariners beat the Oakland Athletics 4-0 on Saturday night.
The two centerpieces Seattle received in its major offseason trade with the New York Yankees shined together on the same night. Montero showed off his power...
The Mariners Put Together a Solid Win
The Headline: in unextraordinary fashion, the Seattle Mariners put together a solid 4-0 win over the A’s.
Seattle Mariners 4, Oakland Athletics 0
When: 9:10 ET, Saturday, April 14, 2012
Where: Safeco Field, Seattle
Temperature: 60 Degrees
Umpires: Home — Jeff Kellogg, 1B — Eric Cooper, 2B — Marty Foster, 3B — Tim Timmons
Bartolo Colon gave up just three hits in seven shutout innings for his 16th career win against Seattle, and the Oakland Athletics won 4-0 on Friday night to ruin the Mariners' home opener.
Making his third start already this season against Seattle, Colon (2-1) rebounded from a shaky effort last time out against the Mariners and beat them for the second time in 2012. His first...
After spending nearly two months away from home, the Seattle Mariners will get their first chance for a lengthy stay there.
The Mariners will try to kick off their nine-game homestand with a win over an already-familiar foe, the Oakland Athletics, on Friday night.
Since opening spring training in Arizona, they have traveled to Japan, returned to Peoria, Ariz., and then traveled...