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Franklin Gutierrez

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  • Mariners Lose to Rays, 8-1

    Mariners Lose to Rays, 8-1
    Maybe it was all the Trade Deadline commotion just before first pitch, or perhaps it was the second consecutive day game at home.   For whatever reason, the Mariners came out sluggish with their gloves Sunday afternoon, committing two errors in the game'...
  • Mariners Lose To Red Sox, Smoak Suffers Fractured Nose

    Mariners Lose To Red Sox, Smoak Suffers Fractured Nose
    Contrary to most of this season, the Mariners came out on Friday night firing on all cylinders at the plate. They were hitting. They were scoring. They put up two runs in the first inning and already had four runs by the end of the fourth. Only...
  • Mariners Use the Long Ball to Defeat Blue Jays, 5-4

    Mariners Use the Long Ball to Defeat Blue Jays, 5-4
    On a night when Michael Pineda didn't have his best stuff, fellow Mariners rookies Mike Carp and Casper Wells got their teammate off the hook with a power display at Safeco Field. Carp hit a pair of home runs and Wells smacked the go-ahead blast in the...
  • Mariners Rally in 9th to Beat Indians

    Mariners Rally in 9th to Beat Indians
    Miguel Olivo runs pretty well for a catcher, and the 225-pound veteran needed every bit of momentum he could generate as he slid home with the winning run on Franklin Gutierrez's sacrifice fly in the top of the ninth inning to put the Mariners in position...
  • Mariners Drop to Indians in First Game of Double-Header

    Mariners Drop to Indians in First Game of Double-Header
    While an earthquake rumbled through Progressive Field midway through the third inning of Tuesday's opening game of a doubleheader between the Mariners and Indians, the biggest tremors came in a wild ninth inning as Cleveland came from behind for a 7-5...
  • Missed opportunities doom Mariners in loss

    Missed opportunities doom Mariners in loss
    Safeco Field finally got the best of Charlie Furbush. The rookie southpaw sported a 2-0 record and 2.08 ERA in the Emerald City this season, but surrendered four runs in five innings of work as the Mariners fell, 4-2, to the White Sox on Friday night...
  • Mariners lose 8-5 to A's; Guttierez helped off the field

    Mariners lose 8-5 to A's; Guttierez helped off the field
    The season has been tough enough for the Seattle Mariners, who have now dropped four straight after losing to the Oakland Athletics, 8-5, in Sunday's series finale. Dustin Ackley continued his productive rookie season, hitting a two-run home run in the...
  • Franklin Gutierrez back in the Mariners lineup

    Franklin Gutierrez back in the Mariners lineup
    Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jack Zduriencik announced today that the club has recalled outfielder Franklin Gutierrez from his rehabilitation assignment at AAA Tacoma and activated him from the 15-...
  • Guti returns, Vargas and Mariners win

    Guti returns, Vargas and Mariners win
    Franklin Gutierrez started in center field and Jack Cust drove in two runs as Jason Vargas earned a victory in the M's 3-0 win over the Angels at Safeco Field Brandon League earned the save. MARINERS NOTES: • Jason Vargas has tossed at least 7.0...
  • Mariners Pitching Dominant Again, Beat Padres 6-1

    Mariners Pitching Dominant Again, Beat Padres 6-1
    Felix Hernandez sees something happening with the Mariners, something he didn't see a year ago in his Cy Young season. It's not hard to put your finger on the big difference, which is that these Mariners are stringing together wins in ways that didn't...
  • Mariners Win their Sixth Straight in Extra Innings

    Mariners Win their Sixth Straight in Extra  Innings
    It was bound to happen sooner or later, given Mariners pitchers had allowed just three runs over the past five games. But it was fitting that on the day the Twins honored the memory of Harmon Killebrew, the bats broke out at Target Field. The Mariners...