Bill & Jason talk with Seattle Mariners GM Jack Zduriencik, USA Today NFL reporter Chris Chase, CBS Sports Eye on Baseball columnist Matt Snyder, and Executive Director of the Seattle Sports Commission Ralph Morton
Mariners GM Jack Zduriencik spoke with CBS Sports Radio’s TBD about expectations for Robinson Cano with Seattle.
The Seattle Mariners are reportedly talking with free-agent left-hander Chris Capuano about a possible deal.
Jason A. Churchill writes that the Seattle Mariners need a high-quality starting pitcher, regardless of Hisashi Iwakuma’s injury situation.
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.
Jack Zduriencik does not see the Seattle Mariners making another splash signing before the start of spring training after an offseason of big moves highlighted by the signing of second baseman Robinson Cano.
After splurging for the No. 1 free agent in Major League Baseball at the price of $240 million, there are indications that the Seattle Mariners are just about out of money.
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?
Cano, the newest Mariner, was introduced Thursday afternoon at Safeco Field after his ten-year, $240 million contract was finalized and made official.
The Seattle Mariners’ offseason continues to be action-packed with news coming Wednesday that the team has signed power-hitter Corey Hart to a one-year deal.