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  • Mariners Spring Training Game Rained Out

    Mariners Spring Training Game Rained Out
    Shortstop Jack Wilson and center fielder Franklin Gutierrez are expected to be back in the lineup when the Seattle Mariners play a pair of spring games Monday. Wilson left Seattle's 9-3 loss to San Diego on Friday when he felt tightness in his right...
  • Rockies Beat Mariners, 9-2

    Rockies Beat Mariners, 9-2
    Carlos Gonzalez, Ryan Spilborghs and Eric Young had two hits each, and Colorado starter Jason Hammel tossed five strong innings to lead the Rockies past the Seattle Mariners 9-2 on Thursday. Gonzalez and Cole Garner each drove in two runs for the...
  • Mariners Lose to Angels in 10

    Mariners Lose to Angels in 10
    More than 90 feet after the game ended, Erick Aybar was still sprinting around second base with his arms flapping. Running away from some celebrating teammates and toward another pack, he looked like a striker who had just scored a World Cup-winning goal....
  • Ichiro Comes Thru Again in the Clutch

    Ichiro Comes Thru Again in the Clutch
    This time, there was no where for Ichiro Suzuki to run and hide. A day after scurrying away from his Seattle teammates in the outfield following a game-winning hit, Suzuki had no choice but to face the mob waiting at home plate. The pounding was worth...
  • Ichro Tossed for 1st Time in Career

    Ichro Tossed for 1st Time in Career
    Adam Lind had self-preservation on his mind as he rounded the bases after his game-ending solo drive in the 10th inning Saturday. Lind's second homer of the game gave the Toronto Blue Jays a 5-4 victory over the Mariners that included Seattle star Ichiro...
  • Mariners Lose Again to Jays, 5-4

    Mariners Lose Again to Jays, 5-4
    The Seattle Mariners have recorded a major league-high 33 one-run victories this year. As the season draws to an end, they're starting to pile up one-run losses, too. Pinch-hitter Adam Lind had a tying RBI single in the eighth inning and Rod Barajas...
  • Mariners Sweep A's

    Mariners Sweep A's
    Mike Sweeney followed a two-out error with a tiebreaking two-run single in the fifth inning, and the Seattle Mariners beat the Oakland Athletics 4-2 Thursday night. Doug Fister (3-4) went seven innings, allowing five hits and a run for his first win...
  • Mariners' Lowe Chosen As Finalist For Hutch Award

    Mariners' Lowe Chosen As Finalist For Hutch Award
    Ten Major League Baseball players have just learned they're in the running for the 2009 Hutch Award®. A national committee has released a list of 10 players, one of whom will go on to receive the prestigious Hutch Award and visit Fred Hutchinson Cancer...
  • Ichiro Plays, A.L. Perfect in All-Star Games

    Ichiro Plays, A.L. Perfect in All-Star Games
    Ichiro Suzuki's 10 consecutive All-Star selections is the longest current streak in the Majors and ties the club record also held by Ken Griffey Jr. (1990-99) and the 13-game hitting streak he carries into the second half is the 35th double-digit...
  • Mariners Struggles Continue, Beaten Down by White Sox 11-0

    Mariners Struggles Continue, Beaten Down by White Sox 11-0
    Alexei Ramirez loves these warm summer nights, when it feels like a sauna outside. It takes him back to his native Cuba. It's no coincidence that the White Sox infielder is beginning to heat up at the plate. Ramirez, Andruw Jones and Paul Konerko...
  • Mariners Lose Again To White Sox

    Mariners Lose Again To White Sox
    Ramon Castro homered twice and Paul Konerko went deep for the fourth straight game Thursday night, leading the Chicago White Sox to their 11th consecutive home victory, 9-5 over the Seattle Mariners. Carlos Quentin also homered for the White Sox, whose...