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We start by putting our Bud Light Spotlight - for the first time since opening day - on the Seattle Mariners, who remind me of one thing. (ROLLERCOASTER VIDEO) The rollercoaster ride this season was expected, the twists and turns, defined by a seven-...
Whatever offensive momentum was gained by the Mariners on their recent road trip seemingly ground to a halt this weekend against the Dodgers, who pulled off a series victory with an 8-2 win on Sunday. The Mariners totaled just five hits on the day and...
Felix Hernandez knew Sunday was going to be a good day when teammates urged him to go out to the dugout before his start because he had to see something. Hernandez never disrupts his pregame clubhouse routine, but finally relented in time to go out and...
Ichiro Suzuki was back in the starting lineup on Tuesday night and blooped a single to center field in his first at-bat to lead off the game for his 2,500th hit since he came to U.S. and signed with the Mariners in 2001. He also pounded out 1,278 hits...
Tags: Chase Field, Arizona Diamondbacks, Ty Cobb, Casper Wells, Sports
The World Baseball Classic is coming back next spring, and it's time for the U.S. to remember who invented the game. While the chance to play against the best players in the world is a huge deal for the competitors and fans in places like Japan, Korea,...
Until Twins designated hitter Ryan Doumit ripped a solo home run off him in the seventh inning Sunday, it seemed the biggest challenge for Mariners starter Hector Noesi was presented by his own catcher John Jaso and home-plate umpire Mike Everitt in a...
Jason Vargas picked a bad night to roll out his first shaky start of the season Monday, when the Mariners' offense provided almost no help in a 6-1 loss to the Red Sox at Fenway Park. Boston southpaw Jon Lester held Seattle scoreless until Kyle Seager'...
Tags: Adrian Gonzalez, Dustin Ackley, Alex Liddi, Sports, Jason Vargas
It wasn't supposed to be like this. The Mariners limped into Denver at the end of a long, unwinding road trip with one win to show for their last 13 away games. They faced a Rockies club that has always been dominant at Coors Field, but was damaged from...
After winning by seven runs Saturday, Mariners manager Eric Wedge cautioned that "it's never over till it's over" at Coors Field. The Rockies proved him right Sunday afternoon, making a charge in the ninth to put the tying run on base with two out and...
Did Ozzie Guillen accidentally take Juan Pierre, Gordon Beckham, Mark Teahen, Brian Anderson and Josh Fields with him when he went to Florida? It must seem like it at times. The Marlins aren't scoring runs. If that trend continues, they won't join the...
TOKYO - Ichiro Suzuki came up empty in the finale of a two-game trip to Japan, and so did the Seattle Mariners. The Japanese star went 0 for 4 and the Mariners wasted a seventh-inning lead in a 4-1 loss to the Oakland Athletics on Thursday night that...
It took 11 days over two continents a half-world apart, but the Mariners found their offense against the A's this weekend, with an 8-7 victory Saturday that completed a two-game series sweep. Felix Hernandez was the beneficiary of the latest Mariners...
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