Fresh off handing the Indians just their second loss in their last 29 games, the Mariners will call on Andrew Moore for the second game of the series on Saturday afternoon at Safeco Field. Cleveland still has the best record in the American League, but Houston has closed to within 1 1/2 games. Meanwhile, Seattle […]
On the heels of a young girl getting hit in the face by a line drive at Yankee Stadium on Wednesday, the Mariners said Thursday they’ll be expanding the protective netting at Safeco Field in the future to protect more fans down the baselines.
For the second time this month, Mariners closer Edwin Diaz has spent anxious time waiting to hear from family members dealing with hurricane damage in Puerto Rico.
Rookie right-hander Andrew Moore will start Saturday’s game against the Indians, filling the one vacancy in the Mariners rotation for their weekend series against the American League’s top team.
The Indians head to Seattle on Friday with their sights set on chasing down the Dodgers for baseball’s best record. The Mariners, meanwhile, have the tall task of not only taking on the hottest team in the Majors at the moment, but a club that has found a rhythm on the road.
Cole Hamels allowed one run in seven innings and Shin-Soo Choo and Adrian Beltre hit home runs as the Rangers topped the Mariners in the series finale to remain 2 1/2 games back of the second AL Wild Card. Robinson Cano hit his 300th career homer and Nelson Cruz hit his 35th home run of […]
Despite a recent rough stretch, Mariners manager Scott Servais’ confidence in Nick Vincent as the team’s primary late-inning option in front of closer Edwin Diaz is unwavered.
Commissioner Rob Manfred made his first visit to Safeco Field since Opening Day 2015 (his first year on the job) on Wednesday and said he’d love to return someday for a future All-Star Game, though the competition for those events remains fierce.
For three innings, he looked like the dominant Felix Hernandez of old. Then, the wheels came off Wednesday, which may be a fitting metaphor for where the Mariners’ season seems headed after Seattle lost its fifth straight game, 8-6, to the Rangers, on another night they could have made up ground in the American League […]
Two left-handers go head-to-head on Thursday, as Seattle’s James Paxton and Texas’ Cole Hamels take the mound to close a three-game series between the Mariners and the Rangers at Safeco Field. Both teams remain in the mix in the American League Wild Card race.
Rougned Odor capped a seven-run rally in the fourth inning with a grand slam, as the Rangers won their third straight game with an 8-6 victory over the Mariners at Safeco Field on Wednesday. The Mariners lost their fifth in a row.