A Mariners team looking to offset a rash of injuries to its starting rotation acquired Minor League left-hander Andrew Albers from the Braves on Friday for cash considerations.
Seattle left-hander Marco Gonzales matches up with Angels’ right-hander Ricky Nolasco in the second game of a four-game set between Seattle and Los Angeles on Friday.
Mike Trout broke a tie with a three-run double in the ninth inning against Seattle closer Edwin Diaz, as the Angels took the first game of a four-game series. Tyler Skaggs tossed 6 1/3 shutout innings and C.J. Cron and Andrelton Simmons hit homers. Nelson Cruz and Jean Segura hit homers for the Mariners, who […]
Felix Hernandez said he has received a PRP injection in his sore right shoulder, and is now waiting for clearance to begin playing catch and rehabbing from the bursitis that sent him on the 10-day disabled list last weekend. The veteran Mariners ace thinks he can be back sooner than the doctor’s diagnosis of a […]
Edgar Martinez’s number will be retired by the Mariners on Saturday night at Safeco Field, but his presence figures to linger far beyond the outfield wall where his No. 11 will forever hang next to Ken Griffey Jr.’s 24 and Jackie Robinson’s 42.
With some of Seattle’s starting pitchers struggling, and others still building up stamina, Mariners manager Scott Servais knows his team is going to have to win games unconventionally and turn to the bullpen early in the game more frequently moving forward.
Mariners slugger Nelson Cruz has had the “Boomstick” nickname for seven years. But on Aug. 25-27, Cruz will get a chance to wear “Boomstick” on the back of his jersey as MLB and the MLB Players Association introduce the inaugural Players Weekend, when all players will wear colorful, non-traditional uniforms featuring alternate designs.
The Mariners outrighted right-hander Cody Martin to Triple-A Tacoma, the team announced Wednesday afternoon.
James Paxton will look to win his eighth start in a row as the Mariners open a four-game series against the Angels Thursday night in Seattle.
The A’s have seen enough of Mariners slugger Nelson Cruz.
Mariners rookie Ben Gamel added another highlight-worthy catch in the outfield in Wednesday afternoon’s 6-3 win over the A’s.