After getting swept by the Angels at home this past weekend, the Mariners hoped an off-day on Monday would break them out of their small funk.
Nelson Cruz homered and drove in a season-high five runs as the Mariners trounced the red-hot Orioles, 10-0, in Tuesday’s series opener at Camden Yards.
How much is Scott Servais leaning on his coaches for in-game strategy as a rookie manager? MLB.com reporter Greg Johns fields this question and more from the Mariners’ beat.
After an off-day on Monday, the Orioles will continue their seven-game homestand at Camden Yards on Tuesday and begin a three-game series against the Mariners. Righty Ubaldo Jimenez will make his fourth consecutive start at home, where he has had mixed results in Baltimore.
Before the Mariners played ball on Sunday, they took part in Major League Baseball’s exciting new initiative, Play Ball Weekend. The league-wide effort, in conjunction with USA Baseball, to engage young baseball fans and celebrate youth participation in baseball and softball descended upon Seattle, where 8,500 Little Leaguers in team uniforms circled the field prior […]
The Angels came into Seattle and flipped the script on the Mariners, with a 3-0 victory on Sunday sealing a surprising three-game series sweep.
Betsy Haffner doesn’t normally like tons of attention. But throwing the ceremonial first pitch at a Mariners game in front of more than 40,000 before a Sunday matinee against the Angels had a much greater meaning than simply trying to get it across the plate.
Prior to Sunday’s game, Seattle recalled utility man Shawn O’Malley from Triple-A Tacoma and optioned Luis Sardinas to Tacoma.
Heading into the weekend series between the Mariners and Angels at Safeco Field, logic would say that Seattle, riding high in first place in the American League West, needed to sweep the struggling visitors to legitimize its standing as a serious postseason contender. There was a sweep, of course, but it was the Angels pulling […]
Mariners ace Felix Hernandez takes the ball for Sunday’s series finale, facing off against Angels lefty Hector Santiago five days after making history.
Rehabbing relievers Joaquin Benoit and Charlie Furbush each threw well for an inning in a simulated game situation against Mariners hitters Dae-Ho Lee and Luis Sardinas on Saturday afternoon at Safeco Field, moving a step closer to rejoining Seattle’s bullpen.
Albert Pujols ripped a three-run homer in the top of the ninth as the Angels beat Mariners closer Steve Cishek for a second straight night with a roller-coaster, 9-7, win on Saturday night at Safeco Field.