3/8/2014 | Saunders nets three RBIs in Mariners' rout of Giants
Brad Miller and Michael Saunders launched two-run home runs in the first inning, setting the stage for a huge offensive day for the Mariners, who knocked off the Giants, 18-3, on Saturday at Scottsdale Stadium.
3/8/2014 | Wolf saddened by passing of surgeon Jobe
As a veteran of two Tommy John surgeries that have extended his pitching career now into a 15th season in the Major Leagues, Mariners left-hander Randy Wolf believes he owes a debt of gratitude to Dr. Frank Jobe, the man who invented the procedure in which a torn ligament in the elbow is replaced with a tendon.
3/8/2014 | LoMo helps promote 'Strike Out Cancer' fundraiser
When Cardinals reliever Jason Motte began recruiting Major League players to help promote his "Strike Out Cancer" T-shirt fundraiser this spring, new Mariners first baseman Logan Morrison didn't need to think twice.
3/8/2014 | Cano out again following root canal surgery
New Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano got off to a fast start this spring, but the club's prize free-agent signee missed his third straight game on Saturday as he continues recovering from root canal surgery.
3/7/2014 | Veteran Wolf downplays tough outing
As a 14-year Major League veteran, Randy Wolf knows Cactus League games aren't a make-or-break test of a pitcher's progress. But he also knows this spring isn't like most for him.
3/7/2014 | Peterson homers as rallying Mariners outslugged
Right fielder Chris Heisey ripped two home runs, and Brandon Phillips added another Friday as a Reds split-squad team topped the Mariners, 10-9, at Peoria Stadium. Led by 2013 first-round Draft pick D.J. Peterson's first home run, Seattle's backups rallied from an 8-0 deficit to tie the game in the sixth before the Reds regained the lead with a pair of runs in the eighth.
3/7/2014 | Beimel making strong bid for bullpen spot
Though he hasn't pitched in the Majors since 2011, veteran left-handed reliever Joe Beimel is making a strong bid this spring for a job with the Mariners as a non-roster invitee.
3/7/2014 | 'Blessed' Bloomquist back at home in Seattle
As a guy coming full circle, playing again for the Mariners' organization that drafted him 15 years ago, Willie Bloomquist has been down this road before. At 36, he realizes there aren't endless baseball games left to play. And pulling on the Mariners jersey once again is a perfect reminder of how fortunate he's been in a 12-year Major League career.
3/7/2014 | Citing recovery, Stearns resigns as third-base coach
Dealing with a difficult recovery from hiatal hernia surgery for the past two weeks, Mariners third-base coach John Stearns stepped down from his position Friday. He will be replaced for the upcoming season by Triple-A Tacoma manager Rich Donnelly.
3/6/2014 | Rodney tips cap to good spring debut
New Mariners closer Fernando Rodney took the mound for the first time in Cactus League action on Thursday, gave up a run in his debut and then explained both his late start and his tilted cap.
3/6/2014 | Peterson enjoys big league experience, first hit
Young Mariners third baseman D.J. Peterson got a shot in Thursday's Cactus League game against the White Sox, and made the most of it.
3/6/2014 | Baker solid for three innings in Mariners' victory
Scott Baker, Fernando Rodney and Kyle Seager each delivered solid performances in the Mariners' 7-4 victory over the White Sox on Thursday.
3/6/2014 | Walker plays light catch, feels good
Mariners right-hander Taijuan Walker, the No. 6 ranked prospect in baseball by MLB.com, returned from a week-long layoff to rest his sore shoulder by playing some light catch on Thursday.
3/6/2014 | Jones relishing opportunity to be part of camp
Three weeks into his first Major League camp, Mariners prospect James Jones still grins at the thought of his new clubhouse neighbors -- Felix Hernandez and Robinson Cano. But it's his play on the field that is drawing manager Lloyd McClendon's attention.
3/5/2014 | September experience built Paxton's confidence
With Hisashi Iwakuma and Taijuan Walker sidelined for at least the first few weeks of the regular season by injures, James Paxton might wind up earning a rotation berth with the Mariners this spring by default. But the young left-hander looks more like a guy ready to claim a job outright in the early going of Cactus League play.
3/5/2014 | Paxton continues to impress with scoreless outing
Mariners southpaw James Paxton continued his push for a starting job as he threw three scoreless innings on Wednesday, but the Indians rallied to pull out an 8-5 victory at Peoria Stadium. Paxton, 25, looked very good in four starts as a September callup last season and has picked up where he left off with five shutout innings in two outings this spring.
3/5/2014 | Pryor feels strong after fourth bullpen session
For right-handed reliever Stephen Pryor, the toughest part about Mariners camp so far is pacing himself and not pushing too fast as he returns from a difficult tendon-repair surgery behind his right shoulder.
3/5/2014 | Solid behind plate, Zunino gaining confidence with bat
Aside from Corey Hart and switch-hitting first baseman Justin Smoak, the only sure right-handed option in Seattle's lineup at this point is catcher Mike Zunino. Which is why rather than an afterthought when it comes to offense, the 23-year-old backstop could loom large as he develops both at the plate and behind it.
3/5/2014 | Mariners trim camp roster to 55 with 13 cuts
With Minor League camp opening Wednesday, the Mariners cut 13 players from their Major League camp as they began the process of weeding down to an eventual 25-man roster.
3/4/2014 | Like Seahawks, Mariners look to thrill Seattle fans
Following the Seattle Seahawks' Super Bowl victory in February will be difficult, but the Seattle Mariners don't believe the success at CenturyLink Field affects much within their clubhouse.
3/4/2014 | Felix only certainty in Seattle's rotation this spring
Two batters into Seattle right-hander Felix Hernandez's spring debut Tuesday afternoon, he had given up a double to Yaisel Puig and walked Carl Crawford. Concerned? Not the Mariners. Not about Hernandez. If manager Lloyd McClendon could feel half as confident about the rest of his rotation, Seattle would be in good shape.
3/4/2014 | Felix not satisfied with effort in first spring start
Felix Hernandez threw two scoreless innings with two hits in his Cactus League debut on Tuesday in the Mariners' 4-1 victory over the Dodgers, but said he's got some work to do as he moves forward this spring.
3/4/2014 | Young prospect Marte gets his shot
With Mariners skipper Lloyd McClendon looking to give many of his veterans a day off in the wake of Monday's split-squad games, young Minor League prospect Ketel Marte got the start at second base in Tuesday's 4-1 victory over the Dodgers and delivered a solid performance.
3/4/2014 | Felix blanks Dodgers for two innings in debut
Felix Hernandez pitched two scoreless innings in his spring debut while James Jones and Mike Zunino had a pair of hits each as the Mariners beat the Dodgers on Tuesday afternoon, 4-1, at Camelback Ranch.
3/4/2014 | Mariners invite fans to Safeco to watch road opener
Mariners fans who want to watch the Opening Day game against the Angels in Anaheim on March 31 will be able to view the game on the big screen at Safeco Field.
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