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The New York Yankees are getting healthy. [Read More]
The Seattle Mariners could find themselves peeking at the scoreboard and hoping the New York Yankees can take care of the Oakland Athletics. [Read More]
The Seattle Mariners are trying to juggle their present and future as they head into a matchup versus the Houston Astros. [Read More]
Seattle Mariners pitcher Felix Hernandez's banishment to the bullpen did not last long. [Read More]
The Los Angeles Dodgers and Seattle Mariners both had Thursday off entering their three-game series at Safeco Field. [Read More]
Felix Hernandez is scheduled to start Thursday night. [Read More]
The defending World Series champion Houston Astros aren't used to struggling. [Read More]
The Seattle Mariners plan to activate left-hander James Paxton off the 10-day disabled list to start their next game against the Houston Astros. [Read More]
The Seattle Mariners did not exactly head into the All-Star break with momentum. [Read More]
To say Kole Calhoun was struggling would be an understatement. [Read More]
With apologies to Little Orphan Annie, the sun'll come out today. [Read More]
Robinson, who? [Read More]
Kyle Seager was asked before Thursday's series opener against the Boston Red Sox what it's like to face a knuckleball pitcher. [Read More]
Nelson Cruz was suffering from migraines when the Seattle Mariners were in Tampa Bay last weekend. He certainly has been causing headaches for opposing pitchers... [Read More]
The good King or the bad King? [Read More]
Los Angeles Angels star Mike Trout entered his team's three-game series against the Seattle Mariners mired in a 2-for-19 slump with no extra-base hits. [Read More]
When Tampa Bay traded reliever Alex Colome to the Seattle Mariners last week in a four-player deal that included outfielder Denard Span, Rays manager Kevin... [Read More]
It's not often a team gets to add an All-Star and a Gold Glove winner to its lineup. [Read More]
When James Paxton gets in a groove, he really gets in a groove. [Read More]
Nelson Cruz looked into his locker and pointed at an array of foot and shin guards the Seattle Mariners' designated hitter planned to choose from. [Read More]
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