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4/17/2015 | Gallardo shines in 6 scoreless, Mariners drop 4th straight

Rangers ace Yovani Gallardo twirled six scoreless innings and Robinson Chirinos slugged a solo home run as the Mariners offense failed to get key hits to support a solid outing from J.A. Happ in Seattle's fourth straight loss.


4/17/2015 | Mariners to honor military Sunday with Armed Forces Day

The Mariners will pay tribute to the men and women serving in the U.S. military on Sunday with the 14th annual Boeing Salute to Armed Forces Day. The ceremonies, which will take place prior to the game against the Texas Rangers at 1:10 p.m. PT, will be streamed live on MLB.com.


4/17/2015 | Hernandez aims to reverse fortunes against Rangers

Mariners pitcher Felix Hernandez will be taking on his toughest opponent when he faces off against Colby Lewis and the Rangers on Saturday night at Safeco Field.


4/17/2015 | McClendon: Early adversity will help Mariners 'build character'

Seattle manager Lloyd McClendon says the team's early struggles in close games against tough teams would be good for his club in what is expected to be a banner year.


4/17/2015 | Rodney not dwelling on early season struggles

Mariners closer Fernando Rodney says he's confident he'll bounce back after some rocky appearances early in the season.


4/16/2015 | Mariners determined to overcome pitching struggles

A Mariners team expected to contend for its first playoff berth since 2001 has struggled out of the gate with a 3-6 start and it's not hard to point a finger at the problem. Pitching, expected to be the bread and butter of the club, has been more like toast as Seattle ranks 29th out of 30 Major League teams in ERA at 5.16 heading into Thursday's off-day.


4/16/2015 | Mariners at forefront of establishing Jackie Robinson Day

Ken Griffey Jr. flipped his number 24 to Robinson's 42 when the Mariners played the Indians on Jackie Robinson Day in '97, then suggested to former Commissioner Bud Selig that all players wear that number in future celebrations. Selig liked the idea so much that Griffey's plan went into place in 1999 and the tradition continued Tuesday when all players, coaches and managers in baseball again donned 42.


4/16/2015 | Dodgers sweep Seattle as Cruz homers in fifth straight

The Dodgers roughed up Seattle starting pitcher Taijuan Walker for five runs in four innings and ran their win streak to four games with a 5-2 victory in the 2015 Civil Rights Game on Jackie Robinson Night at Dodger Stadium.


4/16/2015 | Cano embarrassed after mental lapse on basepaths

Robinson Cano made a mental error he'll have a hard time forgetting in Wednesday's game against the Dodgers when he got thrown out after walking toward home plate following a one-out walk to Mariners teammate Logan Morrison.


4/15/2015 | Cruz goes deep in fifth straight game

Nelson Cruz continued his home-run barrage Wednesday by going deep for a fifth straight game as the Mariners slugger hit a solo shot in the fourth inning off Dodgers lefty Brett Anderson in the Civil Rights Game.


4/15/2015 | Felix cleared to make next start on schedule

Mariners ace Felix Hernandez will make his next start on schedule Saturday against the Rangers at Safeco Field, despite a sore quadriceps muscle in his right leg that cut short his last outing.


4/15/2015 | Cruz faces former Rangers mates in Seattle

Seattle Mariners slugger Nelson Cruz meets up with his former teammates from the Texas Rangers on Friday in the series opener at Safeco Field.


4/15/2015 | Rodney eager to move on from early struggles

Mariners closer Fernando Rodney had his second straight rough outing on Tuesday night, and this time it cost his team a win as the Dodgers scored twice in the ninth for a 6-5 walk-off win at Dodger Stadium.


4/15/2015 | Cruz's homer streak reaches 4 games

Nelson Cruz continued his home run tear on Tuesday, and this time Robinson Cano joined in the fun as the Mariners again flexed some early muscle at Dodger Stadium, but for a second straight night, the Dodgers rallied late for a 6-5 win.


4/15/2015 | Dodgers stun Mariners on Kendrick's walk-off single

Howie Kendrick's two-run broken-bat single with one out in the ninth inning rallied the Dodgers to their second walk-off win in as many nights, 6-5, over the Mariners on Tuesday at Dodger Stadium.


4/15/2015 | MLB head of youth sports Reagins discusses game's future

Tony Reagins has spent decades in the game of baseball, and he's worked in everything from marketing to baseball operations. Reagins, formerly the general manager of the Angels, has taken on a new assignment with Major League Baseball as the senior vice president of youth programs, and he took some time Tuesday to discuss his plans for the future.


4/14/2015 | Cruz's homer streak reaches 4 games

Nelson Cruz went deep in the first inning of Tuesday night's 6-5 loss at Dodger Stadium, giving the Mariners slugger a home run in four straight games and five in his last 11 at-bats.


4/14/2015 | McClendon honored to follow in footsteps of Frank Robinson

Lloyd McClendon, set to lead the Mariners in the Civil Rights Game against the Dodgers on Wednesday -- Jackie Robinson Day around Major League Baseball -- is honored to follow in the footsteps Frank Robinson, who became MLB's first African-American manager 40 years ago this month.


4/14/2015 | Felix plans to start Saturday, but McClendon waits to commit

Felix Hernandez is on schedule to start on Saturday, but manager Lloyd McClendon will wait to see how his ace's tender right quadriceps muscle feels in a throwing session on Wednesday before finalizing the Mariners' weekend pitching plans.


4/14/2015 | Interleague action still shines bright

Interleague Play has become a daily staple of the Major League schedule, but that does not mean that it has descended to the level of the routine or the predictable. Monday night at Dodger Stadium we saw proof of the fact that this phenomenon still has the ability to grab the baseball imagination and hold it. This was a fine early-season Interleague match between the Dodgers and the Mariners, two teams with postseason aspirations and the ability to achieve that lofty level.


4/14/2015 | Guerrero delivers in 10th as LA survives Seattle's 4 homers

Alex Guerrero's bases-loaded single off rookie reliever Tyler Olson cashed in Andre Ethier's leadoff double with two outs in the 10th inning on Monday night as the Dodgers overcame four Mariners home runs for a 6-5 walk-off win at Dodger Stadium.


4/13/2015 | Huff set for Dodgers debut against Mariners' Iwakuma

Left-hander David Huff will make his Dodgers debut on Tuesday against the Mariners' Hisashi Iwakuma in the middle game of a three-game Interleague series at Dodger Stadium.


4/13/2015 | Rodney's night off isn't performance-related

Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon gave closer Fernando Rodney the day off Monday, making him unavailable for the series opener against the Dodgers, but that had nothing to do with the veteran's shaky performance in Sunday's 8-7, 10-inning win in Oakland.


4/13/2015 | Mariners put Wilhelmsen on DL, recall Leone

Mariners reliever Tom Wilhelmsen was placed on the 15-day disabled list on Monday with a hyperextended right elbow, with fellow right-hander Dominic Leone recalled from Triple-A Tacoma to take Wilhelmsen's place in the bullpen.


4/12/2015 | Cruz, Weeks paying quick dividends for Mariners

When the Mariners signed Nelson Cruz and Rickie Weeks to add right-handed power in the offseason, this is pretty much what they had in mind. Weeks slugged a three-run, pinch-hit homer in the seventh inning on Sunday and then Cruz poked the game-winning shot over the left-field fence in the top of the 10th as the Mariners beat the A's 8-7 in a wild win at the Coliseum.




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