ANAHEIM, Calif. — Edwin Encarnación paused at the plate and watched while his 400th homer flew toward the Mariners’ bullpen beyond left field. He pumped his fists as he circled the bases while his teammates went wild for the milestone.
TORONTO — The Toronto Blue Jays have found home runs are better when they happen together.
DETROIT — If only they could play the Tigers more than six or seven times in a season. After a one-night outlier of no offense and a defeat, the Mariners finalized a year’s worth of supremacy over the worst team in baseball with yet another win in the last game of the season series.
DETROIT – The Mariners’ run of “dominance” over the worst team in baseball ended Wednesday night at Comerica Park with their best pitcher on the mound.
DETROIT — A perfect storm of an upper body workout, too many pitches while warming up in an inning that wouldn’t end, previous shoulder issues and the Mariners’ desire to have a bullpen start Saturday in Toronto sent right-handed reliever Brandon Brennan back to the 10-day injured list today…
DETROIT – Many years from now, when Kyle Seager tells his son, Crue, about the time he hit three home runs in one game at Comerica Park, the description and distance of that magical third dinger will probably have grown with time. The fact that it wasn’t going over the fence and probably sho…
SEATTLE — Rays left-hander Ryan Yarbrough had mixed emotions following the most impressive start of his young career.
SEATTLE — In a season where so many games have been lost, and more than half of the games remaining could reach a similar result, the impetus for the Mariners has been development for those players that have been ordained as part of the future roster.
SEATTLE — Tim Beckham’s 2019 season is over.
SEATTLE — Tim Lopes didn’t remember much about his home-run swing, or his first major-league trot around the bases, and he didn’t know what to do when the T-Mobile Park crowd continued to roar while he celebrated with teammates in the home dugout.
HOUSTON – Based on what had transpired in the first two games of the series, including being no-hit for the second time this season on Saturday night, followed up with a matchup against Astros ace Justin Verlander on Sunday, well, not much was expected from the Mariners. The outlook seemed b…
HOUSTON — Now it’s only about baseball.
ARLINGTON, Texas — A trade that they tried to work out in the first week of June was revisited and finalized just before the Major League Baseball trade deadline.
ARLINGTON, Texas — In the hours before the 1 p.m. deadline to complete all trades, the Mariners sent a pair of their more experienced relievers to the Washington Nationals — a team that somehow had a worse bullpen than Seattle.
SEATTLE (AP) — The Seattle Mariners are making a habit out of late-game heroics.
SEATTLE — Far too often this season, a Mariners miscue in the field — and there have been so, so many — has led to unnecessary runs and more than a few losses. Their league-leading 99 errors have led to 76 unearned runs, both tops in all of Major League Baseball.
SEATTLE — The average fan might not have noticed them immediately.
SEATTLE — Tommy Milone’s first pitch of Tuesday night’s game was announced at 7:10 p.m. By 7:11 p.m., the scoreboard of T-Mobile Park had placed a “1” in the score column for the Texas Rangers.
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — He’d read and practiced the speech an estimated 50 times coming into Sunday, with an admitted 12 more times that morning, to the point it was almost memorized.
SEATTLE — Edgar Martinez is the first player to spend his entire career with the Mariners to get inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, but there are five others who played for the Mariners to precede him getting into Cooperstown.
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — After a mostly solid outing in his Oakland debut, Homer Bailey stood in front of his locker and grinned as a chorus boos from his new teammates broke out when a member of the media relations staffed turned down the volume on the postgame music blaring through the Athle…
Ken Griffey Jr. closed out one of the more memorable induction speeches in the history of the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2016 by pulling a cap out of the podium and putting it on backward in his trademark style.
SEATTLE — Edgar Martinez trained for every aspect of his career.
ANAHEIM, Calif. — Matt Thaiss hit the first homer of his major league career and rounded the bases into the arms of his overjoyed teammates. After the win was secured an inning later, the rookie gratefully accepted the dual dousing from the dugout drink coolers given to every hero of an Ange…
SEATTLE — By traditional baseball statistics, the bullpen cost the Mariners another game this season. But with advent of the “opener” in baseball, what is and what isn’t a bullpen failure has become skewed.
SEATTLE — After a scorching start to this season that inspired his own set of his T-shirts featuring the words: “Flip it like Beckham,” and a picture of him flipping his bat following a home run, there have been limited opportunities to play, let alone bat flip, for Tim Beckham.
MILWAUKEE — People continue to ask Daniel Vogelbach, and he still doesn’t have an answer.
MILWAUKEE (AP) — The Seattle Mariners felt right at home at Miller Park even though it had been nine years since their last visit.
SEATTLE — On the morning of the Mariners’ 82nd game of the season, sitting at the mathematical halfway point of the 162-game marathon, Mariners chairman and managing partner John Stanton sat in the suite belonging to team president and CEO Kevin Mather, reading the day’s in-house game notes …