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  • Mariners Rally Falls Short to Padres

    Mariners Rally Falls Short to Padres
    A rough outing by Felix Hernandez proved to be too much on Tuesday, as the Mariners' rally in the ninth inning fell just short and the Padres escaped with a 5-4 victory at Safeco Field. Pitching on five extra days' rest after dealing with a minor back...
  • Smoak Comes Thru in 9th as Mariners Take Series Against Giants

    Smoak Comes Thru in 9th as Mariners Take Series Against Giants
    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...
  • No Walk-off for Mariners, Lose Late to Red Sox

    No Walk-off for Mariners, Lose Late to Red Sox
    The Mariners' walk-off wonders ended on Sunday as missed opportunities early cost them in a 2-1, 10-inning loss to the Red Sox that wasted a strong start by Jason Vargas. Seattle beat Boston two of the first three games of the series in the final at-...
  • Randy Johnson, Dan Wilson to be inducted into M's HOF

    Randy Johnson, Dan Wilson to be inducted into M's HOF
    One of the best defensive catchers and one of the most dominant pitchers in the history of Major League Baseball will be inducted into the Seattle Mariners Hall of Fame this year. Dan Wilson and Randy Johnson will become the fifth and sixth members of the...
  • Atop MLB's most-wanted list

    Carlos Beltran is a carpe diem sort of guy. He's on center stage again, and he's soaking it up. No player is being pursued as widely as Beltran with baseball's non-waiver trade deadline a week away. And he's doing his part to make sure the Mets get a...
  • Mariners set franchise record with 15th consecutive loss

    Mariners set franchise record with 15th consecutive loss
    Seattle skipper Eric Wedge tried shaving the mustache. He tried lightening the mood. But on Sunday at Fenway Park, the Red Sox lit up a Seattle rookie barely old enough to shave as the harried Mariners lost, 12-8, for their franchise-record 15th...
  • Bedard struggles in return as Mariners blanked

    Bedard struggles in return as Mariners blanked
     If there were scouts at Safeco Field to watch Erik Bedard on Friday, they didn't catch him on his best night. Bedard has been impressive this season, and as a left-hander who is under a one-year contract, he's been the topic of trade rumors as Sunday'...
  • Mariners Win Behind Ackley, Beavan

    Mariners Win Behind Ackley, Beavan
    Some in the Mariners organization compare rookie Blake Beavan to the just-traded Doug Fister, as both are 6-foot-8 right-handers who rely more on excellent command than raw power. But Beavan had something Fister rarely enjoyed Monday, some welcome run...
  • Youngsters key Mariners' win over Halos

    Youngsters key Mariners' win over Halos
    A Mariners season looking more and more toward the club's future showed continued signs for optimism on Saturday, as rookie Blake Beavan pitched his club-rookie-record sixth straight quality start, and new arrival Trayvon Robinson hit a home run, as...
  • Putting their faith in Montero

    PEORIA, Ariz. — Jack Zduriencik had a fitful night's sleep in the hours before making a trade that could have a major impact on two franchises for many years to come. "It was (3 a.m.) and I'm lying on my back, staring at the ceiling and wondering...
  • 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...