Roy Halladay Remembered For His Hard Work And GenerosityA fierce competitor on the mound, Roy Halladay was generous and gentle away from the field.
Gallardo and Iwakuma Options Declined By MarinersThe Mariners have declined 2018 options on right-handed pitchers Hisashi Iwakuma and Yovani Gallardo, making both eligible for free agency.
Who's Next? 7 MLB Teams Await Their 1st TitleThe Houston Astros won their first World Series crown on Wednesday night, which leaves seven of the 30 clubs remain without a title, all expansion teams.
Mariners CEO Optimistic Even as Playoff Drought Goes OnJohn Stanton's first full season as the CEO of the Mariners ended the same as the previous 15 seasons, yet he still believes in the future.
Mariners to Replace All the Grass and Dirt at Safeco FieldThe Mariners will replace all the grass and dirt at Safeco Field for the first time since the park opened in 1999.
Mariners To Handle Felix Hernandez Differently Going ForwardWhile much of the conversation surrounded Hernandez's health, the Mariners appear ready to take a different approach with their pitchers next season.
Mariners Won't Bring Back Bogar, Candaele To Coaching StaffSeattle announced the changes Tuesday for Bogar and Candaele, after two seasons with the Mariners.
Injuries Derail Mariners' Hopes Of Ending Playoff DroughtUntil Seattle is finally back in the playoffs, every season is going to be considered a failure.
Mariners Pitchers Duel With Angels, Ends In LossThe Angels and Mariners closed out the season with a pitchers' duel.
Canha's Walk-Off Homer Leads A's Past MarinersOakland outfielder Mark Canha hit a game-ending home run in the ninth inning to lead the Oakland Athletics past the Seattle Mariners 6-5 on Wednesday.
Valencia, Alonso Homer Against Former Club in Mariners WinSeattle's Danny Valencia hit a three-run homer against his former team and fellow ex-Oakland slugger Yonder Alonso added a two-run shot in the Mariners' 6-3 win over the Athletics on Tuesday night.
Mariners Lose Wildcard Race to AstrosMariners held a 1-0 lead until the fifth inning when Houston pulled ahead with a single and homer for a 2-1 lead.