The Mariners announced several front office promotions on Thursday.
Felix Hernandez has anchored the Mariners’ rotation as the ace of the staff for the past decade, serving as the club’s Opening Day starter for 10 of the past 11 years and establishing himself as one of the top right-handers in MLB.
Mariners manager Scott Servais won’t need introductions when first baseman Mike Ford arrives at Spring Training as the club’s new Rule 5 Draft selection out of the Yankees organization.
Jerry Dipoto’s search for a quality veteran setup man to bolster his team’s bullpen came to fruition on Wednesday as the Mariners landed free-agent right-hander Juan Nicasio with a two-year deal, according to multiple sources.
Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto made his first trades of the Winter Meetings on Wednesday, reacquiring lefty Anthony Misiewicz from the Rays and then dealing for hard-throwing Indians reliever Shawn Armstrong in exchange for international bonus pool money.
Jerry Dipoto has been relatively quiet about the process involving the recruitment of Shohei Ohtani since the two-way Japanese star opted to sign with the rival Angels, but the Mariners’ general manager acknowledged the disappointment of that decision on Wednesday in the latest edition of The Wheelhouse podcast, saying his club benefited from just going […]
Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto made his first trade of the Winter Meetings on Wednesday, reacquiring lefty Anthony Misiewicz from the Rays in exchange for international bonus pool money.
Among the priorities for the Mariners this coming season, converting newly acquired Dee Gordon into a quality — and willing — center fielder ranks high on the list.
Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto continued pushing for pitching Tuesday as the club zeroed in on the available free agents in a relief market that remained largely stalemated after the second day of the Winter Meetings.
Jerry Dipoto acknowledged the obvious disappointment of not landing top target Shohei Ohtani as the Winter Meetings opened on Monday, but the Mariners’ general manager never sits still for long and believes his club is now close to landing an impact pitcher — most likely a reliever — to bolster his staff.
Felix Hernandez is taking a different approach to his offseason training, general manager Jerry Dipoto said Monday, as the longtime Mariners standout attempts to bounce back from an injury-plagued 2017 campaign by working more on flexibility instead of bulk in his shoulders.
The Mariners are offering some unique items for the sixth annual online charity auction during the Winter Meetings. The event has raised more than $900,000 since its inception to aid various cancer causes, and this year’s auction supports the “Katharine Feeney Memorial Scholarship fund.”