Seattle Players We'd Like To See In The Hall Of Fame
Ken Griffey Jr. Inducted Into Hall Of Fame"I'm going to leave you with one thing. In 22 years I learned that one team will treat you the best, and that's your first team. I'm damn proud to be a Seattle Mariner."
Mariners Lose 2-0 To Blue JaysMound slip costs Miley.
Cruz Hits 2 Homers, Mariners Thump Blue Jays 14-5Cruz hit his slam off R.A. Dickey in the third, and had a three-run drive off Drew Storen in the eighth for his 20th career multi-homer game. He has 25 home runs this season, the fourth-highest total in the AL.
Mariners Beat Blue Jays 2-1
Cubs Acquire LHP Montgomery From Mariners For 1B VogelbachThe NL Central-leading Chicago Cubs added bullpen help Wednesday by acquiring left-hander Mike Montgomery from the Seattle Mariners for first baseman and designated hitter Dan Vogelbach.
Mariners First-Round Draft Pick To Miss Rest Of SeasonThe Seattle Mariners announced Wednesday that minor league outfielder Kyle Lewis, the team's first-round draft pick in 2016, injured his knee and is expected to miss the rest of the season.
Martin Hits 2 Home Runs To Lift Mariners Over White Sox In 11thMartin hit a two-run drive in the second inning. He then drove an 0-2 pitch from Dan Jennings (3-2) over the wall in right for his 13th homer
Hernandez Activated By Mariners, Starts Against White SoxFelix Hernandez was activated from the disabled list by the Seattle Mariners to start Wednesday against the Chicago White Sox.
Mariners Stumble In 6-1 Loss To White SoxThe Mariners again failed in two key situations with runners in scoring position on Tuesday night, stumbling to a 6-1 loss to the Chicago White Sox despite Robinson Cano's 22nd home run of the season.
Griffey, Piazza Hall of Fame Plaques Set For Road TripsThe Baseball Hall of Fame plaques of Ken Griffey Jr. and Mike Piazza will be hitting the road for visits to Seattle and New York City just a few days after they're installed in Cooperstown.
Lind's Pinch-Hit Homer In 9th Lifts Seattle Past White SoxOne swing by Mariners pinch-hitter Adam Lind erased a masterful performance by White Sox ace Chris Sale, who could only watch from the dugout.