It’s been a “surreal” three days for new Mariners first baseman Yonder Alonso. After being traded from the A’s to Seattle on Sunday, Alonso played his first game with the Mariners at the Coliseum on Tuesday night. Alonso said it was “surreal” being in the visiting dugout and seeing his former A’s teammates while wearing […]
Khris Davis and Ryon Healy each hit homers as the A’s built an early four-run lead, but the Mariners raced back to win it as Leonys Martin hit a home run in the 10th inning. Ben Gamel had two hits and drove in two runs to start the Mariners comeback, as they rallied from a […]
Felix Hernandez is expected to miss three to four weeks with bursitis in his right shoulder, the Mariners announced Tuesday, after the veteran right-hander underwent an MRI test on Monday.
Reliever David Phelps was placed on the 10-day disabled list by the Mariners on Tuesday, opening a roster spot for newly acquired first baseman Yonder Alonso.
Beat reporter Greg Johns answers’ fans questions in a new edition of the Mariners Inbox.
As the Mariners head to Oakland for two games with the A’s, they’ll pick up a new first baseman along the way. And manager Scott Servais says the addition of Yonder Alonso, acquired from the A’s on Sunday, is another sign the Mariners have a playoff berth directly in their sights.
Seattle’s new acquisition Yonder Alonso should be in the lineup against his former club and A’s right-hander Kendall Graveman when the American League West clubs open a two-game series Tuesday in Oakland. Ariel Miranda gets the start for Seattle.
The non-waiver Trade Deadline may have passed, but that hasn’t slowed Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto, as Seattle acquired right-handed reliever Ryan Garton and catcher Mike Marjama from the Rays on Sunday for Minor Leaguers Anthony Misiewicz and Luis Rengifo and a player to be named.
The Mariners acquired infielder Yonder Alonso from the Athletics in exchange for Minor League outfielder Boog Powell.
Mariners reliever David Phelps, one of the team’s significant non-waiver Trade Deadline acquisitions, came out of the first game of Sunday’s doubleheader with the Royals with discomfort in his right elbow after throwing seven pitches to the only batter he faced.
The Mariners hit four home runs, including two by designated hitter Nelson Cruz, to propel themselves to an 8-7 win over the Royals in the first game of a doubleheader on Sunday afternoon at Kauffman Stadium.