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  • Entering the season, the Seattle Mariners were one of the most highly anticipated teams in Major League Baseball. With the addition of Nelson Cruz to an almost-there 2014 squad featuring Felix Hernandez, Robinson Cano, Kyle Seager and Fernando Rodney, baseball pundits chose the M’s to make a real push for Seattle’s first postseason appearance since […] read more...
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  • Roenis Elias vs. Joe Kelly, 7:10pm Ah, the Red Sox. Some of my favorite memories of Safeco have come from games against the Red Sox, including a sweep-clinching victory in 2007 wherein Ryan Feierabend gave up about a dozen 390′ fly balls that Ichiro managed to track down. Of course, most memories of Red Sox series in Safeco aren’t all sunshine and rainb... read more...
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  • The Baltimore Orioles (18-20) edged the Seattle Mariners (18-22) on Thursday afternoon, winning 5-4 in the series finale. Today’s game took nearly 6 hours to complete after a 2 hour rain delay int he 3rd inning. Because of this, neither J.A. Happ or Chris Tillman made it past 3 innings. Tommy Hunter (2-1, 4.41 ERA) […] ... read more...
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  • With their bullpen still scuffling a bit nearly two months into the 2015 season, the Seattle Mariners signed veteran reliever Kevin Gregg to a minor-league deal on Wednesday. Gregg, 36, was released by the Cincinnati Reds last week after allowing 12 earned runs in his first 10.2 innings this season. In 2014, Gregg had a […] read more...
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  • JA Happ vs. Chris Tillman, 9:35am It’s early. Very nice win yesterday, as Roenis Elias continued to pitch far, far better in the bigs than his minor league track record would indicate. A reminder: When Elias was called up, he’d made 3 starts in Tacoma and had an ERA over 8 – he’d given up 15 runs in just shy of 16 innings. In the m... read more...
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  • The Seattle Mariners (18-21) will look to take the series this afternoon in the rubber match of their 3-game series against the Baltimore Orioles (17-20). First pitch is scheduled for 9:35 am PT Thursday morning from Oriole Park at Camden Yards. J.A. Happ (3-1, 2.98 ERA) will look of this 4th win of the young […] ... read more...
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  • We’re three weeks into the Seattle Mariners’ 2015 season, and the excitement level certainly isn’t what it was before Opening Day. The panic level, however, is another story. The Mariners have limped out of the gates to a 7-11 record as of Monday morning, the same mark they had through 18 games a year ago. […] read more...
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  • Taijuan Walker vs. James Shields, 7:10pm After tieing a club record with six HRs yesterday against a HR-challenged Padre Starter (and their HR-challenged bullpen), the M’s face a guy who’s having even more trouble with the long ball this year. James Shields has yielded seven HRs in his last two starts. His season total of 11 leads MLB, and he’s fa... read more...
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  • The Seattle Mariners could be one of several teams vying for the Colorado Rockies’ four-time All-Star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki, according to a Tuesday report — though the potential fit seems strained the more you look at it. The M’s early season struggles are well documented after entering 2015 as presumed contenders, but a four-game winning […] read more...
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  • Seattle Mariners designated hitter/right fielder Nelson Cruz has 14 home runs through his first 26 games, tying a Major League Baseball record and more than proving his worth as an offseason free-agent pickup. He continued swatting long balls over the past week, hitting five home runs in seven games as the Mariners prevailed and then […] read more...
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  • The Seattle Mariners (18-21) took down the Baltimore Orioles (17-20) on Wednesday at Camden Yards, evening the series after losing the opener last night. Roenis Elias (1-1, 2.76 ERA) shut down the O’s tonight en route to his 1st victory of the season. Bruce Chen (1-3, 2.90 ERA) was credited with all 4 Mariners’ runs, and saddled […] ... read more...
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  • Roenis Elias vs. Wei-Yin Chen, 4:05pm Soooo, with the Angels pushing a game over .500, they’ve overtaken the M’s in Fangraphs playoff odds, albeit fractionally. It just reaffirms BP’s pre-season opinion that the Angels were the class of the division, as the Angels and Astros ... read more...
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  • The Mariners have announced the signing of veteran reliever Kevin Gregg to a minor league contract on May 20th. This move comes on the heels of the Yoervis Medina for Welington Castillo trade, and this signing now has me completely scratching my head. M's have signed Kevin Gregg to a minor league deal. — Ryan […] ... read more...
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