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  • Hernandez, Cruz help fuel Mariners' 5-2 win over Rangers

    ARLINGTON, Texas Logan Morrison has put on a good face through the first 20 games of the season. He came into Wednesday's game hitting an anemic .149 with just one extra-base hit. Admittedly, he's had his struggles and he refuses to make excuses for his...
  • Mariners matter-of-fact in 2-1 victory over Texas

    ARLINGTON, Texas The Mariners will have the chance to something on Wednesday that they've failed to do on three separate occasions this season win a third consecutive game. With a surprisingly undramatic 2-1 victory that featured a rare 1-2-3 save from...
  • Mariners hold off Ranger for 3-1 win

    ARLINGTON, Texas There were plenty of pitches that Taijuan Walker executed with great precision in the Mariners' 3-1 rain-delayed win over the Texas Rangers on Monday night. Of the 62 strikes he threw in seven innings, some were good, some were bad,...
  • NL teams experimenting with pitchers hitting 8th

    Amid a testy start to the season — looking at you, Bryan Price; also you, Royals, White Sox and Athletics — comes a bit of managerial creativity sure to put a smile on the face of any innovative Strat-O-Matic player. More National League...
  • Twins defeat Mariners in 11 innings, 4-2

    It was only the day before, after watching his team lose a game because of errors, that Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon said the most painful losses are the ones when a team beats itself. Less than 24 hours later, against the Twins on Sunday afternoon,...
  • Dodgers outfield adjusts to the information age

    Dodgers outfield adjusts to the information age
    Yasiel Puig thinks this could be the season he wins his first Gold Glove Award. If he doesn't, it won't be because he spent part of the season in the minor leagues, as he did as a rookie. Or because he was moved from right field to center in the...
  • Brett Anderson gets first win in Dodgers' 5-2 victory

    Brett Anderson gets first win in Dodgers' 5-2 victory
    ON THE MOUND: Brett Anderson earned his first win with the Dodgers, limiting the Mariners to two runs (one earned) and six hits over five innings. The only earned run charged to Anderson came on a fourth-inning solo home run by Nelson Cruz. The home run...
  • Howie Kendrick's walk-off hit lifts Dodgers after David Huff struggles

    Howie Kendrick's walk-off hit lifts Dodgers after David Huff struggles
    David Huff is a genuinely nice guy who grew up in Huntington Beach and played ball at UCLA. On Tuesday, for the first time, he took the mound for the hometown Dodgers. He had not started a major league game in almost two years. And, as two of the...
  • For change of pace, Dodgers lead all the way in 5-2 win

    For change of pace, Dodgers lead all the way in 5-2 win
    See, the Dodgers really are a versatile group. Don’t pigeonhole them. They can win games all sorts of ways. Wednesday they completed a three-game sweep of┬áthe Mariners with a 5-2 victory in the annual Jackie Robinson Day game before a Dodger...
  • Baseball manager's lifesaving legacy grows

    At the end of an island, in the back of a baseball field, on the fringe of obscurity, there is an unpretentious plaque dedicated to a man whose immeasurable legacy continues to grow. The small bronze marker honors Fred Hutchinson, once a big-league...
  • Anthony Vasquez has his health and perspective back in Philadelphia Phillies organization

    A year after struggling in his first — and to date, his only — Major League promotion, Anthony Vasquez had his 2012 season with Seattle's Triple-A affiliate in Tacoma, Washington, cut short by left rotator cuff inflammation. The 6-foot, 195-...