The Seattle Mariners promoted Kevin Mather to team president and chief operating officer on Friday, replacing Chuck Armstrong, who is retiring at the end of the month.
The Mariners actually did it — something Howard Lincoln, baseball experts and many Mariners fans say they shouldn’t. But really, what do they have to lose?
Seattle Mariners general manager Jack Zduriencik is defending his involvement in the daily operation of the ballclub after pointed remarks by former manager Eric Wedge.
With unofficial word coming out Friday that the Seattle Mariners and free agent second baseman Robinson Cano have come to terms at 10 years and $240 million, the M’s have one job: Make it count.
The Seattle Mariners are now in search of a new team president.
Another offseason. Another Seattle Mariners managerial search.
Airing frustrations can be complicated. Some of us punch holes in the wall, some of us drink copious amounts of beer, and some of us bottle it all up and mutter, “serenity now.”
The Mariners sent a formal letter to the city of Seattle and King County officials on Tuesday opposing the idea of a new multipurpose arena in the same neighborhood as the Mariners home of Safeco Field. The letter was signed by Mariners chairman Howard Lincoln (pictured).