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 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.
Hisashi Iwakuma Agrees To Terms With DodgersThe deal is reportedly $45 million over three years.
Dipoto Not Stopping In Overhauling Mariners RosterIt's been non-stop for Dipoto since November 5
Seattle Re-Signs Gutierrez To 1-Year ContractGutierrez sat out 2014 but last season showed what he can do when healthy
More And Earlier Trade Talk As MLB General Managers GatherJust eight days after the World Series, the offseason trade and signings season intensified with the start of the four-day session, usually a warmup to the larger winter meetings in December.
Rays, Mariners Swap 6 Players In 1st Notable Offseason TradeThe Seattle Mariners and Tampa Bay Rays didn't wait long to pull off the first significant trade of the offseason.
Seattle Mariners Introduce New Manager Scott ServaisServais, who has no previous experience as manager or coach, previously served as assistant general manager for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, where he worked closely with Dipoto.
Mariners Hire Scott Servais As ManagerThe Seattle Mariners hired former big league catcher Scott Servais as their manager Friday, giving the job to someone with ties to the new front office but no experience running a team.