In sports briefs from Thursday, the French Open schedule is pushed back a week due to the coronavirus pandemic, and Paul George's 33 points lead the Clippers past the Suns in a matchup of two of the Western Conference's top teams.
In the pregame media session Monday, the subject of vaccinations for players and staff came up for the third consecutive day, and Mariners manager Scott Servais announced there would be nurses on site following the Mariners' homestand finale against the Dodgers on Tuesday afternoon.
Julio Urías threw seven dominant innings of one-hit ball, striking out a career-high 11 and leading the Los Angeles Dodgers to a 1-0 win over the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday, April 20.
The last time Dylan Moore played third base against a team that was the defending World Series champions was way back on March 30, 2019 at Safeco Field.
Rookie Taylor Trammell homered and added a key RBI double, third baseman Dylan Moore thwarted a Dodgers rally with a terrific defensive play in the seventh and the Seattle Mariners beat Los Angeles 4-3 on Monday night in a matchup of early season division leaders.
The Mariners had meetings for the coaching staff, one for the players and staff at the alternate training site and another for players on the active roster, about education and science, definitely not big subjects in a typical MLB clubhouse. Specifically, the meeting was held for players to learn about the COVID-19 vaccines and the real information about them.
Jeff Raikes, who is heading the search, gave an update on the process Friday at T-Mobile Park before the Mariners played the Astros.
For the fifth time, the Mariners came from behind to win, beating Houston in the bottom of the ninth Friday, 6-5.
When Jimmy Rollins made his first All-Star team as a rookie with the Philadelphia Phillies 20 years ago, the percentage of Black players in the majors was 13.
Justin Dunn allowed only one run — a solo homer to Freddy Galvis — on two hits with six strikeouts over five-plus innings in the Mariners' 2-1 victory in Game 2. Mariners ace Marco Gonzales had a quality bounce-back start in Game 1 to help the Mariners to a 4-2 victory.
The Mariners were scheduled to play the Orioles for four nine-inning games over four days at Camden Yards. Instead, spring rain showers have forced them into their second doubleheader of two scheduled seven-inning games for the second time in the series.
After watching Orioles closer Rafael Montero blow his third save of the season, failing to protect a one-run lead in Game 1 of a doubleheader, Kyle Seager gave the Mariners a lead they didn't lose again in a 4-3 victory. In the second game, Baltimore rallied late for a 7-6 home victory at Camden Yards.
Tuesday morning from Camden Yards in Baltimore, Mariners manager Scott Servais announced in his video pregame session that James Paxton will indeed have season-ending surgery on his left elbow.
With steady rain falling at Camden Yards in Baltimore and an unfavorable forecast for the remainder of Monday evening, April 12, the opening game of the four-game series between the Mariners and Orioles was postponed.
We know this about these Mariners nine games into the 2021 season — they ain’t giving up.
Mitch Haniger homered and hit the go-ahead sacrifice fly in the 10th inning to give the Seattle Mariners a 4-3 victory Saturday over the Minnesota Twins.
On a day when reports that James Paxton, one of their two proven starting pitchers in their rotation, likely needs season-ending surgery, the Mariners got a second straight suboptimal outing from their other proven pitcher, Marco Gonzales.
A report from MLB Network, likely getting the information from James Paxton’s agent, Scott Boras, said that doctors have recommended Tommy John surgery for the big lefty, which could be a reason for the multiple opinions. It would end Paxton’s season.
Kyle Seager slapped an opposite-field, bases clearing double for the big blow in Seattle’s seven-run sixth inning, and the Mariners avoided a sweep with an 8-4 win over the Chicago White Sox on Wednesday.
Seattle exploded for seven runs in the sixth inning, erasing a three-run deficit and rallying for an 8-4 win over Chicago, avoiding a series sweep. The Mariners finished their opening homestand with a 3-3 record.
Jose Abreu hammered a grand slam into the second deck for his 200th career home run, Luis Robert and Zack Collins both went deep for the first time this season and the Chicago White Sox beat the Seattle Mariners 10-4 on Tuesday night.
SEATTLE (AP) — Left-hander James Paxton departed the first start of his second stint with Seattle after throwing just 24 pitches against the White Sox on Tuesday night.
When James Paxton jogs to the mound Tuesday night, the homecoming will be complete. The last time Paxton was on the mound in T-Mobile Park in a Mariners' uniform was Sept. 29, 2018, and back then it was still known as Safeco Field.
From pitching a shutout in their previous game to being shut out in a dominant fashion Monday night, the Mariners had the harsh reminder they were facing better competition in this three-game series metaphorically shoved down their throats by a series of unhittable fastballs from the Chicago White Sox and their crew of flame-throwing pitchers.
As the Mariners celebrated their three-game series victory over the Giants with a weird off day on Easter Sunday, living the sequestered life that Major League Baseball demands of them during this time of COVID, it's instructive to not overreact to the first three games as indicative of this team and its potential for success or failure in 2021.
Evan Longoria and Buster Posey both homered for the second straight game, and the San Francisco Giants took advantage of the Seattle Mariners' bullpen issues for a 6-3 win Friday.
The boys of summer are back where they belong — selling footlongs on Occidental Avenue South. It has been a trying 13 months since Edgar Batiste and his business partners, Andre Goncalves and Aaron Byrd, last set up their hot dog stand, the Seattle Sausage 3, outside a local sporting event.
Jake Fraley walked with the bases loaded in the 10th inning to score Evan White with the winning run, and the Seattle Mariners rallied from a five-run deficit to beat the San Francisco Giants 8-7 on Thursday night.
The Seattle Mariners placed center fielder Kyle Lewis on the 10-day injured list Wednesday due to a bone bruise in his right knee, sidelining the reigning American League Rookie of the Year for opening day.
On perhaps the first day it truly felt like spring training weather with temperatures in the low 90s, the Mariners wrapped up their 2021 Cactus League schedule with a 5-5 tie against the Reds and now head home where temps are not in the low 90s or even low 60s.
The Mariners announced that the 2021 alternate training site will be held at T-Mobile Park. A year ago, the Mariners held their alternate training site, which ran from July through September, at Cheney Stadium in Tacoma.
The Mariners are allowed to host 9,000 fans inside T-Mobile Park for the team's first 11 games of the season, and the club announced it has already sold all 9,000 tickets for the April 1 season opener against the San Francisco Giants.
It's not an uncommon sight to see a baseball player talking to himself for a variety of reasons. There were times last season when Evan White would be in the batter's box trying to talk to himself about how to get a hit in that at-bat ... only he wouldn't get a response.
The echoing crack from the collision of Julio Rodriguez’s maple bat being unleashed on a baseball thrown at 98 mph could probably still be heard in the Phoenix Valley a day later.
With just over two weeks until pitchers and catchers are scheduled to report to spring training, Major League Baseball has offered a proposal to the Major League Baseball Players Association to delay the start of spring training by one month, which would push the opening day of the regular s…
The Seattle Mariners are giving fans unprecedented insider access to players and Front Office executives with a Virtual Baseball Bash, a series of online events and activities across all team digital platforms: Mariners.com, YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, and even Twitch, the…
The Mariners' weekend series slated in Seattle against the Padres has been moved to San Diego due to poor air quality from wildfire smoke.
Today's doubleheader between the Seattle Mariners and Oakland Athletics today at T-Mobile Park in Seattle is still scheduled to be played despite poor air quality from wildfire smoke.
SEATTLE — Even Charlie Blackmon staying hot at the plate was upstaged on this night by a foursome of Colorado Rockies pitchers, led by the debut of rookie Ryan Castellani.
Here's the thing about rallies in baseball or in any sport: They are never just a product of the offense, even though that's often what is most remembered.
Based on the agreed-upon guidelines for the 2020 MLB season, the Mariners trimmed their 30-man roster down to 28 on Thursday morning, optioning first baseman/outfielder Jose Marmolejos and right-handed reliever Bryan Shaw to the team’s alternative training site in Tacoma.
SEATTLE (AP) — Shohei Ohtani homered in his first plate appearance since being shut down as a pitcher, Dylan Bundy struck out 10 in the third complete game of his career and the Los Angeles Angels beat the Seattle Mariners 6-1 on Thursday.
In the first days of the season, Dylan Moore sat and watched others get the playing time he desperately craved.
SEATTLE — Scorching slugger Kyle Seager hit a three-run homer, rookie Kyle Lewis stayed hot with an RBI single, and the Seattle Mariners overcame two home runs by Mike Trout to beat the Los Angeles Angels 7-6 on Wednesday night.
SEATTLE (AP) — Pinch-hitter Robbie Grossman lined an RBI double to score Tony Kemp in the top of the 10th inning, and the Oakland Athletics rallied for a 3-2 win over the Seattle Mariners on Saturday night.
If only the cardboard cutouts of players' families, fans of all ages and backgrounds, a few dogs and someone dressed as a lucha libre professional wrestler could go from fastened to the forest green seats of T-Mobile Park to their feet for a standing ovation.
TACOMA, Wash. — As Jarred Kelenic walked to the plate for his first at-bat at Cheney Stadium, there was no walk-up music blasting. There were no fans to cheer with excitement for seeing their prized prospect make his debut at the Triple-A level. And there wasn’t a real opposing team looking …
For the sixth time in their only six games of the 2020 season, the Mariners allowed more than six runs in game -- numerology aside -- it's a dubious distinction to be certain. But given the limited pitch counts for their starting pitchers and some of their inexperience or past inconsistency,…