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  • Mets down M's, 3-1

    SEATTLE Erasmo Ramirez finished folding his clothes into his bags. A trip to Tacoma awaited him, but not for the reasons that have previously earned him a demotion to the minor leagues. Ramirez pitched his best game of the season Wednesday night. He...
  • Mets stop M's, 3-1

    SEATTLE Erasmo Ramirez did his part. That was the underlying concern entering Wednesday's game against the New York Mets, and rightfully so. Would Ramirez give the Seattle Mariners enough? Would he at least keep them in the game? But Ramirez wasn't...
  • O's blank M's, 4-0

    SEATTLE On a day when they traded for a designated hitter presumably to bolster their tepid offense, the Seattle Mariners served up another frustrating reminder of why they made the deal to acquire Kendrys Morales and why they may need to make one or...
  • M's crush White Sox, 13-3

    SEATTLE The Seattle Mariners used the long ball to open up a floodgate of runs the most in a game this season while rolling to a third straight victory on Thursday night at Safeco Field. Long ball? Yes, you know a home run where a pitched ball is hit...
  • Larry Stone: Piniella a worthy entrant of Mariners Hall of Fame

    Over and over, at a Safeco Field ceremony Friday to honor Lou Piniella's induction into the Mariners' Hall of Fame, the same topic resurfaced. No, it wasn't Piniella's legendary managerial tantrums, though that was certainly part of the narrative....
  • Jerry Brewer: Piniella motivational speaker once more during speech

    Near the end of his Mariners' Hall of Fame acceptance speech, Lou Piniella transformed from gracious retired legend to motivational skipper once more. He had reminisced Saturday for the bulk of his 25-minute speech about the good ol' days, telling...
  • Mariners snap out of offensive slumber, end losing streak with 4-3 win over Orioles

    For some teams, four runs is an average night of production. For the Mariners in the past 30 games, that's an offensive explosion. Saturday afternoon, Seattle scored four runs and it felt like 40 considering its recent stretch of struggles. Couple the...
  • Austin Jackson leads Mariners to 4-2 win over White Sox

    Austin Jackson's rips into left field were all the Mariners needed to produce a 4-2 win over the Chicago White Sox on Sunday afternoon in front of 27,236 at Safeco Field. Off nearly identical base hits in the second and seventh innings, Jackson drove...
  • Cano, Hernandez lead Mariners to win over Blue Jays

    SEATTLE In the closest thing to playoff baseball to be played at Safeco Field in more than a decade, the Seattle Mariners a team that has been relegated to playing meaningless games in the final months of those miserable 10 seasons didn't shy away from...
  • Mariners' Elias shines in win over Mets before cramping forces exit

    SEATTLE At the very least, Roenis Elias' previous three starts had to cause a hint of concern among Seattle Mariners' brass. The left-handed rookie from Cuba had allowed 16 earned runs in 14 1/3 innings over the past month, with the Mariners going...
  • Playing again with razor-thin margin, Orioles slip in 6-3 loss to Mariners

    Playing again with razor-thin margin, Orioles slip in 6-3 loss to Mariners
    The Orioles’ margin for error this season has been razor thin. They know it, and the statistics back it up. One mistake or one break has often has been the difference in a season of close calls. Entering Saturday night’s game against the...