The OFP Report with Jason A. Churchill and Alex Carson.
The free agent market isn’t deep but it does boast some intriguing names as the Seattle Mariners look to add to their starting lineup.
The leadoff position has been an issue with the club ever since Ichiro Suzuki was dealt to New York in 2012.
Aaron Harang was coming off consecutive strong starts that gave the Seattle Mariners optimism one spot in the back end of their rotation might be settled. Then came Thursday night when Harang couldn’t make it out of the third inning.
Ichiro Suzuki is looking forward to starting the baseball season the way he ended last season: as a member of the New York Yankees.
The Seattle Mariners officially announced their $2.75 million, one-year deal with outfielder Raul Ibanez on Wednesday, returning the veteran to where he began his major league career in 1996.
Ichiro Suzuki told Japanese baseball officials on Monday he has decided not to take part in next year’s World Baseball Classic.
PEORIA, Ariz. (AP) — The lineup change Seattle Mariners manager Eric Wedge hinted at during the offseason is going to become permanent. It won’t be Ichiro Suzuki at the top of the Mariners batting order […]