The Seattle Mariners will attempt to upgrade their outfield and DH spots this winter. Who’s most likely?
Prospect Insider’s Tyler Carmont discusses the free agent hitters that play up the middle.
Despite recording his most-successful season in the big leagues, Felix Hernandez isn’t walking away with another Cy Young award today.
It wasn’t just the city of Seattle that took notice of Lloyd McClendon’s work in 2014 — the Baseball Writers’ Association of America thought he was one of the American League’s best skippers.
As expected, the Seattle Mariners have been linked to free agent Hanley Ramirez. He’s a player the club has had some level of interest in for a few years, and understandably so, he hits. He’s also right-handed and plays shortstop, so on the surface he sounds like a fantastic fit for any team that doesn’t have a present-and-future stalwart at the position.
The Seattle Mariners’ pursuit of offense and perhaps a few key ancillary pieces is likely to come from three distinct avenues; free agency, of course, in-house progress and trades.
The free agent market isn’t deep but it does boast some intriguing names as the Seattle Mariners look to add to their starting lineup.
With Felix Hernandez locked-up long term and Hisashi Iwakuma’s 2015 option vested, the Mariners have a secure one-two punch at the top of the rotation. On paper the other three spots will be filled by […]
There are several important dates and deadlines to keep an eye on this offseason.
The Seattle Mariners have a sore need for offense. But where might that new bat or bats fit best?
The Seattle Mariners have signed slugger Nelson Cruz to a four-year deal, adding a needed right-handed power hitter to their lineup.
Scenes from the final Mariners game of the 2014 season.
Russell Wilson takes the field with the Texas Rangers at Surprise Stadium on March 03, 2014 in Surprise, Arizona.
Shots of your 2014 Seattle Mariners.
It’s tough to keep up with all the action in MLB. Here’s your recap for the week ending September 9, 2013.