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You can't win 'me all Scoring runs: Guillermo Heredia (0.035 WPA) Not scoring runs: Andrew Moore (-0.182 WPA)
Via Lookout Landing
3 hours ago

Segura setting table with hits, not walks

If you're looking for a leadoff hitter who'll work deep into counts and draw walks on a regular basis, Jean Segura isn't your man. But that doesn't mean Segura hasn't been outstanding as the guy atop the Mariners' lineup this season.
6 hours ago

Mariners notebook: Servais hopes James Pazos builds confidence after scoreless outing

Mariners manager Scott Servais is hoping James Pazos’ appearance in Tuesday night’s extra-innings win over the Red Sox will be the start of another run of effectiveness for the 26-year-old reliever after a rough stretch this month. Pazos had a season ERA of 2.91 after a scoreless inning of work on July 3, but it ballooned up to 4.10 as he allowed six earned runs over his next...
6 hours ago

Game 103, Red Sox at Mariners

Andrew Moore vs. Chris Sale, 12:40pm Last night’s extra-inning win was huge, as it allowed the M’s to keep pace with the Yankees and Rays, and ensured a big series win ahead of today’s game…which looks like it might be a tough one. Chris Sale’s having his best year in the majors, and has established himself as the AL’s preeminent starting pitcher. After consciously...
Via USS Mariner
7 hours ago

Mariners lineup: Robinson Cano sitting after playing 13 innings Tuesday

Robinson Cano will get a rest and Danny Espinosa will make his first start in a Mariners uniform in the team’s series finale against the Boston Red Sox at 12:40 on 710 ESPN Seattle. Cano played all 13 innings of the Mariners’ 6-5 walk-off win on Tuesday night. Seattle’s second baseman has struggled a bit since winning the MLB All-Star Game MVP award on July 11, hitting .250...
8 hours ago

Jean Segura’s single in 13th rallies Mariners past Red Sox 6-5

By JIM HOEHN Associated Press SEATTLE (AP) – Guillermo Heredia provided the early punch with a home run, then turned an extra 90 feet into the winning run for the Seattle Mariners some four hours later. Heredia went from first to third on a wild pitch and then came home when Jean Segura rolled an RBI single up the middle with two outs in the 13th inning to cap a two-run rally and...
10 hours ago

Heredia's power, speed key in comeback win

Mariners outfielder Guillermo Heredia often flickers excitement. Sometimes it's with his elite speed in center field and on the base paths. Other times it's with flashes of pop at the plate.
17 hours ago

Dyson (toe) eyes weekend for return to lineup

Mariners center fielder Jarrod Dyson was sidelined for a third straight game on Tuesday night by a hyperextended big toe on his left foot, but manager Scott Servais is confident the speedster can be back in the lineup at least by Friday when Seattle opens a three-game series against the Mets at Safeco Field.
1 day ago

Marco Gonzales: Pitching like he has something to prove (because he does)

Seattle’s newest LHP begins his Mariners career with a clear goal in mind. Yesterday, in the shadow of a brilliant Mt. Rainier, Marco Gonzales made his debut as a member of the Mariners system. Gonzales, traded for top prospect Tyler O’Neill four days ago, went six innings, walking one and striking out five while allowing six hits and three earned runs, although all of those...
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1 day ago

King Felix v. 2017

Felix Hernandez is undoubtedly one of baseball’s greatest active pitchers: with six All-Star appearances, a Cy Young Award and two second-place appearances, King Félix ranks 13th among active players with 52.4 WAR. At 31 years old, he should have many effective years ahead of him. However, a calf injury in 2016 limited him to 153 ⅓ innings — the first time since 2008 he pitched...
Via Sons of Sam Horn
1 day ago

James Paxton is Masterful, Makes Monday Fun

Paxton’s piercing blue eyes dazzle Red Sox For years, the experience of watching a Mariner game has been dichotomous. About four out of five games have been uncertain. Sometimes we’d have a Roenis Elias throwing a complete-game shutout. Sometimes we’d have a Hector Noesi absolutely bombing it in the first inning. Most often, we’d have a Blake Beaven throwing five or six mediocre...
Via Lookout Landing
1 day ago

What James Paxton Throws

For the first year in a long time, Seattle’s ace pitcher is not Felix Hernandez; instead, 28-year old left-hander James Paxton is leading the Mariners rotation. Paxton first reached the major leagues in 2013, but injuries limited him to just 74 innings in 2014 and 67 in 2015. Mostly healthy in 2016, early-season ineffectiveness relegated him to the minors until June. After his...
Via Sons of Sam Horn
2 days ago

Report: Mariners may pursue Sonny Gray trade

There may be a new and somewhat surprising entrant in the Sonny Gray sweepstakes.According to Mark Feinsand of, the Seattle Mariners are considering a pursuit of the Oakland A’s right-hander.“He is going for it these next two years,” a source told Feinsand of Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto. “If he is going for it, he might as well go completely in. Obviously...
Via Larry Brown Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Mariners and Cardinals Swap Upside For Depth

Heading into the year, the Mariners plan seemed to be to acquire as many low-ceiling middling prospects as he could find and throw them all at the wall, hoping one or two would help stabilize the back end of the team’s rotation. Over the last year and change, they’ve acquired and started Ariel Miranda, Dillon Overton, Chase De Jong, Chris Heston, Christian Bergman, and Ryan Weber...
Via Fangraphs
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Aaron Judge plays catch with young Mariners fan at Safeco

New York Yankees right fielder Aaron Judge made the day of a young baseball fan by having a catch with him during Thursday’s 4-1 victory over the Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field.The Yankees superstar slugger was warming up ahead of the bottom of the ninth when he spotted the young Mariners fan sporting a glove in the right field seats.“I had some extra time and I saw a kid with...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Seattle Mariners Trade Rumors: will they be buyers or sellers?

The Seattle Mariners have entered the All-Star Break four games under .500, at 43-47. Despite a dismal 4-8 stretch to close the first half of the season, they sit just four games back of a wild card spot and are faced with an interesting dilemma. They must now decide whether to be buyers or sellers at the upcoming MLB trade deadline. With an aging core, and a farm system that is...
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Nelson Cruz stops All-Star Game for photo with Joe West

The 2017 MLB All-Star Game no longer counts for home field advantage in the World Series, and has subsequently been a bit more light-hearted than in previous seasons.That was made quite obvious in the top of the sixth inning, when Seattle Mariners slugger Nelson Cruz stepped up to the plate with his cell phone and prompted catcher Yadier Molina to take a picture of himself with home...
Via Larry Brown Sports
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Seattle Mariners: Buyers or Sellers?

It’s been a rough two weeks for the Seattle Mariners.  After reaching a season high two games over .500, the Mariners have lost ten of the last thirteen games, including a surprising eight games in a row at home.  As the calendar turns to July, the trading deadline approaches in Major League Baseball.  I thought the Mariners would be contenders for a playoff spot, but, as we...
17 days ago  |  Discuss

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