The Mariners have been waiting for the return of some injured pitchers, but welcomed the arrival of some healthy hitting as well on Thursday as they rolled to a 10-4 win, their third straight blowout of the Rangers.
Mike Leake took a different path this time, but the end result was another Mariners win — an 8-1 victory over the Rangers — and that worked quite well for the newest Seattle starter on Wednesday night at Globe Life Park.
Right-handed ace Felix Hernandez returns to the Mariners’ rotation when he pitches against right-hander Andrew Cashner and the Rangers on Wednesday night at Globe Life Park.
Mike Zunino hit two home runs and the Mariners jumped back in front of the Rangers in the American League Wild Card standings with an 8-1 victory at Globe Life Park on Wednesday.
Every move by Japanese two-way star Shohei Ohtani figures to be monitored closely by Major League scouts and executives in the coming months. The Mariners, apparently, intend to be one of the interested parties, as general manager Jerry Dipoto was in Tokyo to watch Ohtani pitch on Tuesday morning.
Scott Servais has no idea where Japanese star Shohei Ohtani will land, but with word emerging Wednesday that the two-way standout is expected to enter the posting system and make himself available to Major League teams this winter, the Mariners manager is as curious as everyone about how he might be used by whichever team […]
Ben Gamel and Kyle Seager launched three-run home runs on Tuesday as the Mariners powered to a 10-3 victory over the Rangers at Globe Life Park to keep some air in their American League Wild Card hopes.
For Marco Gonzales, the best is almost certainly yet to come. But the promising southpaw picked up his first win for the Mariners in Tuesday’s 10-3 victory over the Rangers, and that’s a big step in the right direction.
Mariners center fielder Jarrod Dyson did not accompany the team on its seven-game road trip starting Monday against the Rangers, and instead, he will undergo season-ending surgery to repair a problem in his pelvic area that has plagued him the past three weeks.
For just the second time in the past 10 years, the Mariners will open their season at home in 2018, according to the tentative schedule released Tuesday by Major League Baseball.
Every move by Japanese two-way star Shohei Otani figures to be monitored closely by Major League scouts and executives in the coming months. The Mariners, apparently, intend to be one of the interested parties, as general manager Jerry Dipoto was in Tokyo to watch Otani pitch on Tuesday morning.