Seattle Mariners GM Jack Zduriencik announced Friday that options for the 2014 season on outfielder Franklin Gutierrez and pitcher Joe Saunders have been declined.
The process of finding a new manager for the Seattle Mariners probably won’t get rolling for another week to 10 days, general manager Jack Zduriencik said Friday.
Zduriencik says the Mariners will try to be a player in the free agent market. He also stated they have to consider other things, meaning other than free agency. He told us he will be wide open in terms of trade possibilities. It’s what he said next that pushed my brows north.
The Seattle Mariners’ 2013 campaign is in the books after a 71-91 finish. And, the offseason starts with an all-too-familiar managerial hunt.
Another offseason. Another Seattle Mariners managerial search.
Unhappy with the lack of clarity on his future, Seattle Mariners manager Eric Wedge popped off on Wednesday saying he feels like he’s left “hanging out there” by the organization regarding his status for 2014.
Seattle Mariners highly-touted pitching prospect Taijuan Walker is getting the call.
The Mariners’ recent play makes it hard to say whether the team should push for a playoff spot by buying or build for the future by selling…or stay the course and not do anything at all.
Two teams have checked in on the availability of some of the Mariners’ players and were told that the team is not selling at this time, according to CBS Sports’ Jon Heyman.
Mariners manager Eric Wedge will miss his second straight game, a day after suffering a dizzy spell during batting practice that landed him in the hospital.