Women in Baseball Night by the Mariners, a New MLB trend?

The Seattle Mariners will on Tuesday night have a game against the Baltimore Orioles. A panel of Women in Baseball will be hosted by the Mariners before the big game. The panel is meant to offer first-hand experiences from women in the baseball industry, they will majorly discuss the great game of basketball in the society today and their role in it. This event will have some effect...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
13 minutes ago

Mariners cool off Orioles, snap 5-game slide

Andrew Albers picked up his first Major League victory since 2013 with five innings of one-run ball in his Mariners debut to help Seattle snap a five-game losing streak with a 3-1 win over the Orioles on Tuesday at Safeco Field.
11 hours ago

Seager has rare missed start with illness

Kyle Seager, who has played more games than anyone for the Mariners this year and by far the most games of any third baseman in the Majors over the past six seasons, was sidelined Tuesday by a stomach virus.
16 hours ago

Game 121, Orioles at Mariners – Women in Baseball Night

Andrew Albers vs. Wade Miley, 7:10pm The game last night continued a slide that’s seen the M’s fall from sole possession of the 2nd wildcard to being a team tied for 4th behind Anaheim. Last night’s win elevated Baltimore into a tie with Seattle in the wildcard chase, and cut Seattle’s playoff odds from over 20% about a week ago to 8% now. It’s been a rough week. It may...
Via USS Mariner
16 hours ago

Busy Mariners select Albers, recall Gaviglio

As expected, the Mariners selected the contract of left-hander Andrew Albers from Triple-A Tacoma to start Tuesday night's game against the Orioles. But the club also recalled right-hander Sam Gaviglio to add another arm to the bullpen on Tuesday.
18 hours ago

Mariners Designate Christian Bergman For Assignment

The Mariners have designated right-hander Christian Bergman for assignment, per a team announcement. Bergman’s DFA is but one of several moves from the Mariners, who have also selected the contract of southpaw Andrew Albers (as was reported by’s Greg Johns yesterday), recalled righty Sam Gaviglio from Triple-A Tacoma and optioned right-handers Casey Lawrence and Thyago...
Via MLB Trade Rumors
18 hours ago

Seattle Mariners: Musings of a Season-ticket holder

In the interest of fair disclosure, let me say that I am a huge dyed-in-the-wool Seattle Mariners fan and I have been since 1977. In the last couple years I have been dismayed by the increasing exclusivity of the sport at the major league level. Yes I understand that it is a business and profits must be made. However, MLB and its affiliates are pricing normal people away from and...
Via Seattle Side Up!
20 hours ago

Is there too much reminiscing on the Mariners’ 1995 season?

The Mariners’ 1995 season saw some of the most iconic moments in franchise history, including “The Double,” a Cy Young Award for Randy Johnson and a first-time appearance in the postseason. The cheer of the crowd as Ken Griffey Jr. slid home to score the winning run against the Yankees has been revisited time and time again on the Safeco Field scoreboard. But at some point...
22 hours ago

Moore: Mariners’ season is looking grim

I’m not sure why I kept watching ‘til the end, probably because I wanted to see Thyago Vieira make his Major-League debut. I also thought it would be fun to see Carlos Ruiz pitch if summoned in a blowout game to preserve arms in the bullpen. This Mariners’ season has gotten grim. They lost 11-3 to the Orioles Monday night, suffering their fifth consecutive defeat. It’s becoming...
23 hours ago

The '27 up, 27 down' quiz

On this date five years ago, Felix Hernandez retired all 27 Tampa Bay Rays batters that he faced en route to the 23rd perfect game in MLB history. Oddly enough, it was the third perfect game in 2012 (the most ever in one season) and there have not been any perfect games in the half-decade since. For the five-year anniversary, Larry Stone of the Seattle Times compiled an oral history...
23 hours ago  |  Discuss

Mariners going with James Paxton’s college teammate for Tuesday start

The Mariners have replaced “TBD” on the pitching probables Tuesday with Andrew Albers. Acquired last week for cash in a deal with the Braves, Albers will become the 37th player to throw a pitch for the Mariners this season. The 31-year-old lefty from North Battleford, Saskatchewan was enjoying a very good season with Triple-A Gwinnett when he got the news he was headed to Seattle...
1 day ago

59-61: Chart

The Mariners, uh, did not win this one Last gasp: Yonder Alonso (.094 WPA) Flatlined: Yovani Gallardo (-.482 WPA) Looked on in silence: Thyago Vieira (.000 WPA)
Via Lookout Landing
1 day ago

Mariners To Select Contract Of Andrew Albers

The Mariners will select the contract of just-acquired lefty Andrew Albers, per’s Greg Johns (via Twitter). He’ll step into the rotation spot that opened when James Paxton hit the DL. It’s not yet known how the M’s will clear roster space, but corresponding moves will need to be made before the scheduled start tomorrow. Albers is not on the 40-man roster, as he was...
Via MLB Trade Rumors
1 day ago

Game 120, Orioles at Mariners – Two Struggling Rotations Collide

Yovani Gallardo vs. Kevin Gausman, 7:10pm So I’ve just flown off on vacation, and to make things interesting, I’ve come down with some stupid illness, so I don’t think I can watch this one. Did the series against the Angels literally sicken me? We can’t rule it out, friends. The Orioles were supposed to be a team that could win despite a lackluster rotation. They had a...
Via USS Mariner
1 day ago

Report: Mariners have tried to trade for Ervin Santana multiple times

The non-waiver trade deadline may have already passed, but the Seattle Mariners are still pursuing upgrades on the waiver trade market.Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times reported over the weekend that the Mariners have tried to trade for Minnesota Twins righty Ervin Santana “multiple times.” Divish does add however that trade talks between the two sides are currently “on hold”...
Via Larry Brown Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Mariners recall Thyago Vieira, option Christian Bergman to AAA

I, for one, welcome our new fastball relief overlord. Many of us likely have the Monday doldrums, especially after a tough weekend series against the “Los Angeles” Angels. Fortunately, however, there’s good news on the horizon, and it’s wearing a Brazilian cape: In the short-term, it’s hard not to be excited about this move. Vieira was only added to the 40-man roster this...
Via Lookout Landing
1 day ago

What Mike Marjama Brings the Mariners

The newest addition to the organization’s catching core brings promise on both sides of the plate When the Mariners acquired catcher Mike Marjama in trade along with RHP Ryan Garton for promising young infielder Luis Rengifo, LHP Anthony Misiewicz, and cash/a PTBNL, veteran catcher Tuffy Gosewisch was put on waivers (he’s since cleared and returned to Tacoma, causing Steven Baron...
Via Lookout Landing
1 day ago

Mariners swept on Edgar’s weekend, fall from Wild Card lead

Mariners swept on Edgar’s weekend, fall from Wild Card lead This was supposed to be a weekend of celebration and elation as the Seattle Mariners could not find any mojo against the feckless LA Angels. Three of the games were comeback losses that saw a team suffer bullpen meltdowns as strong starting pitching performances were wasted. Timely hitting was missing too which seems...
Via Seattle Side Up!
2 days ago

The Seattle Mariners are finally beginning to look like a playoff team

With a 6-3 win against the Oakland Athletics last night, as well as losses by the Kansas City Royals and Tampa Bay Rays, the Seattle Mariners moved into playoff position all season. The year has been quite a struggle, with injuries to multiple key contributors and a string of seemingly unbreakable bad luck, but the Mariners have continued to find ways to win games and keep themselves...
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Relief pitcher got traded for $1

The Texas Rangers got quite the return in exchange for reliever Ernesto Frieri — enough to buy two tacos from their local Jack In The Box.According to a report by the Associated Press on Tuesday, the Rangers traded the right-hander Frieri to the Seattle Mariners for the whopping sum of $1.The 32-year-old Frieri had gone 0-1 with a 5.14 ERA in six appearances for Texas this season...
Via Larry Brown Sports
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Making up for past an ever-present issue for the Mariners

On Tuesday, Major League Baseball released its forthcoming postseason schedule. Beginning Oct. 3 and concluding as late as Nov. 1, the tracks are set for another postseason path. The fertile lands of October baseball are a place that the Mariners have long pined for but have remained frustratingly elusive and/or disappointing.As the late stages of their 40th season take shape, the...
Via Yardbarker
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Mariners place pitchers Felix Hernandez, David Phelps on DL

The contending Seattle Mariners were dealt double bad news on Tuesday. Both starting pitcher Felix Hernandez and reliever David Phelps will miss extended time. It’s been a rough season for Hernandez. This is King Felix’s second DL stint of the season. When he’s pitched, he’s struggled. Hernandez’s ERA (4.28) and WHIP (1.357) are both up from 2016, which was the worst season...
Via Sportsnaut
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Seattle Mariners: Can they keep in the Wild Card hunt?

As the calendar turns to August, the baseball season is down to a mere two months.  What looked like was going to be a stellar 2017 for the Seattle Mariners has been waylaid by injuries.  Yesterday, we learned of the latest victim: a second trip to the DL for Felix Hernandez.  We know for a fact that Drew Smyly won’t be pitching this season, and it seems like Hisashi Iwakuma...
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Let’s All Agree That James Paxton Is One of the Best Pitchers Around

James Paxton had a pretty bad June. His season got off to a wonderful start, but then he landed on the DL, and shortly after his return, the calendar flipped and pitching was hard again. Paxton in June ran a 7+ ERA, and opponents blasted him to the tune of a .395 wOBA. Something appeared to be seriously wrong, but Paxton blamed his mechanics, and not his health. He found that he...
Via Fangraphs
14 days ago  |  Discuss

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