Mariners Sign Korean Slugger Dae-Ho Lee To Minor League DealPrior to playing in Japan, the 33-year-old Lee spent 11 seasons playing in Korea and was a Korean Baseball Organization MVP in 2010
Mariners Sign Furbush, Scribner, Avoid ArbitrationThe Mariners reached agreement on one-year contracts with pitchers Charlie Furbush and Evan Scribner on Friday, averting salary arbitration with both players.
Mariners Agree To $4.15M, 1-Year Deal With Leonys MartinThe Mariners and outfielder Leonys Martin have agreed to a $4.15 million contract for the 2016 season and avoided salary arbitration.
Mariners Name Donovan Assistant Director Of Player PersonnelTodd Donovan will be active in all parts of the Mariners' scouting operations
New HOFers Griffey Jr, Piazza Talks About Their Dads"As I got older, I finally understood, you know, what I've accomplished and what I had a potential to be. Now it's paid off."
Griffey Jr Goes To Hall With Mariners CapThe announcement was made at a press conference Thursday
Griffey Elected To Hall With Highest PercentageKen Griffey Jr. has been elected to the baseball Hall of Fame with the highest voting percentage ever, and Mike Piazza also is headed to Cooperstown.
Great Players Who Are Not In The Hall Of FameWe baseball fans, and Mariners fans in particular, eagerly await the announcement of Ken Griffey, Jr.’s election to the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Griffey, A Favorite Son Of Pacific Northwest, Awaits HallThe perfect swing that we could never emulate. The diving, leaping catches we only dared to copy with the protection of pillows and couch cushions on the floor. The smile that told us baseball could be fun for even the best player of our generation.
Former Outfielder Dave Henderson Dies Of Heart Attack at 57Henderson died early Sunday morning at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, according to a statement from the Mariners
Mariners Hire Female Scout, Believed To Be 1st Since 1950sThe Seattle Mariners have hired Amanda Hopkins as an area scout, and the team says she is believed to be the first woman hired as a fulltime scout by a major league club since the 1950s.
Iwakuma Stays With Mariners After Dodgers' Deal CollapsesThe Mariners didn't wait long to bring back Hisashi Iwakuma after his agreement with the Los Angeles Dodgers failed to get finalized