Robinson Cano flew to Seattle and met with Mariners officials in person on Thursday, according to Enrique Rojas of ESPNDeportes.com.
Utility player Willie Bloomquist has officially signed a two-year contract with the Seattle Mariners, bringing him back to the team he started his major league career with.
Two-time Cy Young winner and former Washington Huskies pitcher Tim Lincecum has put his downtown Seattle luxury condo up for sale.
According to Kevin Kernan of the New York Post, Cano’s representatives met with Mariners front office officials Tuesday. And, according to Kernan’s source, the meeting between the five-time All-Star and Mariners officials went “very well.”
Churchill: “I have no doubt that the Mariners have the kind of interest in every significant free agent to pay the market rate. With Cano, that likely means $200 million guaranteed, maybe more. I believe the Mariners are willing to pay that. What I don’t believe is that Cano would take it.”
Multiple reports claim the Mariners are putting their money where their mouth is when it comes to giving free agent Robinson Cano a contract,
A baseball official with knowledge of the deal says the Seattle Mariners are on the verge of bringing back utility man Willie Bloomquist.
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The Seattle Mariners are now in search of a new team president.
Seattle Mariners President and Chief Operating Officer Chuck Armstrong will retire at the end of January 2014, according to the team.
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