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Former Mariners President, Longtime Baseball Executive Dan O'Brien Sr. Dies at 87O'brien began his baseball career in 1955 as a minor league general manager and spent 10 years in the minors before joining the Rangers. He left Texas to become president and later general manager of the Seattle Mariners.
Mariners Avoid Arbitration With Smyly, DysonMariners reach deals with all arbitration-eligible players.
Jean Segura Agrees To $6.2 Million Contract With MarinersSegura was acquired from Arizona in late November and is projected to play shortstop and hit leadoff.
Mariners Acquire OF Jarrod Dyson For RHP Nathan KarnsThe addition of Dyson gives Seattle one of the quickest outfields in baseball.
Mariners Acquire RHP Yovani Gallardo For OF Seth Smith"Gallardo gives us the veteran presence that we have been searching for," Seattle general manager Jerry Dipoto said.
Mariners Aquire RHP Chris HestonOne year after pitching a no-hitter, right-hander Chris Heston was traded from the San Francisco Giants to the Seattle Mariners on Wednesday for a player to be named.
Rzepczynski Guaranteed $11M In 2-year Contract With MarinersThe 31-year-old left-hander will receive $5.5 million in each for the next two seasons under the deal announced Saturday.
Mariners Agree To Terms With Catcher Jesus SucreSucre appeared in a total of 9 games in the Mariners 2016 season, hitting .480 with 4 runs, 2 doubles, 1 home run and 5 RBI.
Mariners Sign LHP RzepczynskiMariners signed free agent lefty reliever Marc Rzepczynski to a two-year contract.
Mariners Acquire Right-Handers Whalen, PovseMariners acquired right-handers Rob Whalen and Max Povse from the Atlanta Braves on Monday night for outfield prospect Alex Jackson and a player to be named.
Mariners Deal Walker to D-Backs In 5-Player TradeSeattle and Arizona pulled off a five-player trade Wednesday night, with the Mariners acquiring speedy infielder Jean Segura and the Diamondbacks getting right-hander Taijuan Walker as the centerpieces of the deal.
Seattle Exercises Seth Smith Option, Declines Chris Iannetta The Seattle Mariners decided to exercise their $7 million option on outfielder Seth Smith

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