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Latest Mariners News
Sat, Jan 24 11:23 PM
Hall of Famer Ernie Banks, one of baseball’s most ebullient and optimistic ambassadors, died Friday, his wife, Liz, confirmed. “Mr. Cub” was 83.The Seattle Times: Mariners
Sat, Jan 24 10:38 PM
Former Mariners superstar Ichiro and the Miami Marlins have agreed to a $2 million, one-year contract, pending a physical, a person with knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press.The Seattle Times: Mariners
Sat, Jan 24 09:31 PM
Bud Selig’s last day as baseball commissioner was Saturday; he served for more than 22 years. Rob Manfred takes over as the sport’s 10th commissioner.The Seattle Times: Mariners
Sat, Jan 24 06:45 PM
The uniforms, which will be worn during Sunday home games, are a light-cream color with royal blue lettering and numbering and gold highlights. The Seattle Times: Mariners
Sat, Jan 24 04:27 PM
Nelson Cruz insists he's still a kid at heart, so the new Mariners slugger fit right in during his first public appearance with his new club on Saturday at Safeco Field.SEA Homepage News
Fri, Jan 23 11:12 PM
%%%695d68e14e3c24b832bf678efcc55d3b%%%The Seattle Times: Mariners
Fri, Jan 23 12:52 PM
Japanese star outfielder Ichiro Suzuki has agreed terms on a one-year Major League Baseball contract with the Miami Marlins worth $2 million, according to reports Friday. Major League Baseball's website and the Miami Herald, citing unnamed sources, reported the deal was complete and will make the 10-time All-Star the Marlins' top reserve outfielder. Suzuki is only 156 base hits shy of the milestone 3,000 hits mark for his North American career and will be a strong left-handed pinch hitter off the bench for the Marlins, who have never before had a Japanese player on the roster.Yahoo Sports - MLB - Seattle Mariners News
Fri, Jan 23 12:20 PM
Trainer Rick Griffin says the one-time top hitting prospect is down to 235 pounds after reporting to spring training last year closer to 265.The Seattle Times: Mariners
Fri, Jan 23 11:37 AM
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Fri, Jan 23 11:24 AM
Ichiro Suzuki has decided to play for the Miami Marlins. Suzuki and the team have agreed to a $2 million, one-year contract, pending a physical, a person with knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press. Suzuki's signing is just one of many eye-catching moves by the Marlins in this offseason, starting with the record $325 million, 13-year contract given in November to slugger Giancarlo Stanton. He topped the 200-hit mark in his first 10 major league seasons and has 2,844 MLB hits in his 14 seasons with the Yankees and Seattle Mariners.Yahoo Sports - MLB - Seattle Mariners News
Fri, Jan 23 11:22 AM
The Mariners unveiled a fresh look with some old-school trimmings on Friday, as new slugger Nelson Cruz and pitchers James Paxton, Taijuan Walker and Charlie Furbush served as models introducing the club's new alternate uniforms.SEA Homepage News
Thu, Jan 22 08:01 PM
1. Expectations? The Seattle Times: Mariners
Thu, Jan 22 03:22 PM
With the Mariners sitting less than a month from pitchers and catchers reporting to Spring Training, expectations continue to climb as the club is being mentioned in many quarters as a strong contender in the American League West.SEA Homepage News
Thu, Jan 22 02:13 PM
Shawn O'Malley, a 27-year-old utility infielder who played 11 games for the Angels last season, signed a Minor League deal with the Mariners on Thursday with an invitation to Major League camp. O'Malley graduated from Southridge High in Kennewick, Wash., in 2006 and was a fifth-round Draft pick of the Rays.SEA Homepage News
Thu, Jan 22 01:53 PM
Jesus Montero might not have a definite spot in the Mariners' plans at the moment, but the former top hitting prospect still has a place in the organization and an opportunity to compete for a job starting this spring.SEA Homepage News
Thu, Jan 22 11:06 AM
J.A. Happ's velocity went up last year. So did the expectations for the Seattle Mariners. So now that the Mariners have traded for the veteran left-hander to fill out their rotation, Happ finds himself in a new situation for a team on the rise.SEA Homepage News
Thu, Jan 22 10:29 AM
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Wed, Jan 21 06:59 PM
The already bright future of the Seattle Mariners just got a little brighter with the installation of a brand new, ahead-of-the-curve lighting system at Safeco Field. According to , the Mariners will become the first MLB franchise to illuminate their stadium with LED (light emitting diode), which they say will reduce glare and shadows on the field and create a better all-around experience for everybody concerned, including home viewers. "Thus far, our experience has indicated that the Mariners new LED technology at Safeco Field will be better for our players, fans in the ballpark and viewers watching at home," said Joe Garagiola, Jr., senior vice president of standards and on-field operations for Major League Baseball. "We applaud the Mariners for an innovative step that promises to improve efficiency and the fan experience in numerous ways, all while serving as a welcome addition to our overall greening efforts." The Mariners and MLB lighting experts have spent the past 48 hours testing the new lighting and measuring its impact on the field. Obviously, the results have been satisfying, with the league adding that the LED system meets or exceeds all league standards. In other words, it's a full go for the 2015 season, which could provide a glimmer of hope for batters trying to read the spin on Felix Hernandez's curveball. Just don't expect miracles, non-Mariners fans. Here are a few more details on the system courtesy of KING5 in Seattle : The Mariners benched some 600 high intensity discharge (HID) lights in favor of an LED system designed by the Federal Way-based company Planled, which has already converted several buildings for Boeing and other companies. Founder and CEO John Hwang uses human studies and economics to convince companies that LED can improve their productivity and control costs. Studies show LED can incorporate a fuller spectrum of light and mimic the blue and red components of natural light. It can improve energy levels, moods and performance of athletes and other workers. Better lighting in addition to controlled costs? That works. Of course, the Mariners were one of the first MLB teams to go green at the ballpark and bring awareness to the process of conserving energy and recycling. It should come as no surprise that they're continuing those efforts on this level. Moving forward, it will be interesting to see how many other teams follow suit, and whether or not the league becomes active in encouraging the change.   More MLB coverage from Yahoo Sports: - - - - - - - Mark Townsend is a writer for Big League Stew on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at or follow him on Twitter! Follow @Townie813Yahoo Sports - MLB - Seattle Mariners News
Wed, Jan 21 12:32 PM
New slugger Nelson Cruz and All-Star closer Fernando Rodney highlight the players lineup for the 17th annual Mariners FanFest this Saturday and Sunday, and there will be some interesting new attractions at this year's Safeco Field event as well.SEA Homepage News
Wed, Jan 21 11:12 AM
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Wed, Jan 21 09:56 AM
Today we'll get ready for the 2015 MLB season with a team-by-team bullpen audit.Yahoo Sports - MLB - Seattle Mariners News
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