The biggest offseason investment ever made by the Seattle Mariners is finally going to make his debut at home.
Mariners starting pitcher James Paxton has left Seattle's home opener against the Los Angeles Angels after straining a muscle in his left side.
Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon walked toward shortstop and his right foot sunk some two inches, causing him to turn his right ankle. That was minor, yet everybody involved in the postponed game between the Seattle Mariners and Oakland Athletics on Friday night feared the worst if they had tried to play on a rain-soaked field.
Coco Crisp altered his batting approach and tried to muscle up in his last at-bat. It couldn't have worked out any better for the Athletics' leadoff hitter.
Cuban rookie Roenis Elias has earned a spot in the Seattle Mariners' starting rotation.
Colorado Rockies starter Tyler Chatwood was injured running out a triple Friday night in a 3-2 loss to the Seattle Mariners.
The Seattle Mariners are hoping Chris Young can solidify the back of their rotation until their staff gets completely healthy.
Robinson Cano was just the start. The Seattle Mariners didn't stop with one major splash in trying to catch up with the best in the AL West.
Robinson Cano had two more hits and Erasmo Ramirez pitched four-hit ball for six innings Thursday, enhancing his chance of earning a spot in the Mariners' rotation and helping Seattle beat the Chicago Cubs 3-0.
Felix Hernandez pitched five strong innings and rookie outfielder Stefen Romero homered and drove in three runs and the Seattle Mariners beat the Kansas City Royals 9-6 Tuesday night.
Robinson Cano got two more hits and drove in two runs Thursday to help the Seattle Mariners top the Arizona Diamondbacks 6-3 Thursday.
Randy Wolf pitched four scoreless innings as the Seattle Mariners and San Diego Padres played to a 5-5 tie Tuesday night.
Seattle ace Felix Hernandez allowed two hits and an unearned run in four innings and the Mariners tied a Colorado Rockies split squad 2-2 in 10 innings Friday night.
Top prospect Javier Baez homered and roster hopeful Mike Olt homered twice and drove in three runs, but the Chicago Cubs fell to the Seattle Mariners 8-7 in 10 innings Wednesday night.
Felix Hernandez channels history’s greatest kings. Kyle Seager shows us why he’s an old school baseball player. Hisashi Iwakuma demonstrates his hidden talents. And Robinson Cano is so good, he has his own soundtrack and special effects.