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SCOTT SERVAIS RUMORS

Mariners hit the ground running, hitting and throwing strikes.

A 13-3 win over the Padres in game one of Cactus League play is one Scott Servais is more than happy to take. The Mariners scored 13 runs on 17 hits, stole 3 bases and got things done on the pitching end as well with 6 pitchers combining to allow just 3 earned runs without surrendering a walk. Plenty of good to be seen and after the game Scott Servais pointed to the 3-run first inning...
Via MyNorthwest.com
8 hours ago

Dyson, Segura get green light on basepaths

A Mariners team that ranked 12th in the American League in stolen bases a year ago will be off and running from the start this spring, if things go the way manager Scott Servais envisions.
Via Mariners.com
1 day ago

Mariners' regulars slated for spring opener

Scott Servais will roll out a lineup for Saturday's Cactus League opener against the Padres that figures to look much like the team Seattle fans will see most days this year.
Via Mariners.com
1 day ago

Mariners notebook: Servais hoping Dyson will fill more than platoon role

PEORIA, Az.–The lineup for the Mariners Cactus League opener against the Padres Saturday has yet to be posted but Scott Servais gave the media a sneak peek Friday morning. Dyson 7 Segura 6 Cano 4 Cruz DH Seager 5 Haniger 9 Vogelbach 3 Zunino 2 Martin 8 If all goes well we should see a lot of this lineup this season. The Padres are throwing a righty at the Mariners on Saturday but...
Via MyNorthwest.com
1 day ago

Mariners hope Martin arrives soon

Leonys Martin's energy is contagious, and his personality is missed in the clubhouse, said manager Scott Servais. Martin should be in camp by Wednesday.
Via Mariners.com
4 days ago

MLB Network’s Harold Reynolds impressed by how organized Scott Servais, Mariners are

This Mariners spring training marks the second for Scott Servais as a manager, and as MLB Network’s Harold Reynolds sees it, Servais looks much more at home in charge of the team now than a year ago. “He’s a lot calmer,” Reynolds remarked to 710 ESPN Seattle’s “Bob, Groz and Tom.” Reynolds, a former Mariners second baseman, was in camp in Peoria, Ariz., to report for...
Via MyNorthwest.com
4 days ago

Mariners manager Servais expects plenty from lefty Paxton

PEORIA, Arizona (AP) Forget the batter's box, pitching mound or anywhere else between the chalk lines of a baseball field. According to Seattle Mariners manager Scott Servais, the location of one of the biggest obstacles blocking a player from consistently excelling isn't on the diamond. ''A lot of it with that last hurdle is between your ears,'' Servais said at the Peoria Sports...
Via Associated Press
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Mariners adopt 'Whatever It Takes' mantra for season

PEORIA, Ariz. (AP) The words are displayed prominently inside the Seattle Mariners' spring training clubhouse. In two languages. Whatever It Takes. Lo Que Sea Necesario. It's a sign of raised expectations for the Mariners after coming close to a wild-card spot and finishing 86-76 last season. ''We've got to stay on the process. It's controlling the zone. It's how we play. If...
Via Associated Press
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Scott Servais yells at Jeff Bannister, tells him to ‘go f—‘ himself

It hasn’t taken Seattle Mariners new manager Scott Servais long to embrace the heated rivalry between his team and the Texas Rangers. In just his second game of his managerial career, he already managed to give Rangers manager Jeff Bannister the business. The Mariners destroyed the Rangers in the game, 10-2, and reliever Tom Wilhelmsen got shelled. Seattle must have been motivated...
Via The Sports Daily
April 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Scott Servais tells Jeff Bannister ‘go f— yourself’ (Video)

Scott Servais is only two games into his MLB managerial career, and he’s already developed a rivalry with Jeff Bannister. Servais’ Seattle Mariners took it to the Texas Rangers on Tuesday, as they exploded six runs in the 8th to win 10-2. They particularly crushed Tom Wilhemsen, spanking the reliever for a home run, double, double and home run before Wilhemsen hit Chris Iannetta...
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 06, 2016  |  Discuss
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