The Seattle Mariners have been hot and cold at the plate this season. Jason A. Churchill warns about small sample sizes and overreactions, but offers a partial solution, confidence in three young hitters and what to watch for with Justin Smoak the rest of the season.
The Seattle Mariners are on fire, which means the pressure is on the Oakland Athletics’ Thursday night starter Jesse Chavez to put out the flames.
James Paxton pitched seven scoreless innings of two-hit ball and Cano drove in his first run for the Mariners on Wednesday night in an 8-2 victory over the Los Angeles Angels, completing a three-game sweep in the team’s first series under new manager Lloyd McClendon.
The Seattle Mariners could pull off something they haven’t done since June 11, 2006: sweep the Angels in Anaheim.
Brad Miller hit two homers, Erasmo Ramirez pitched seven innings of six-hit ball, and the Mariners beat Los Angeles 8-3 Tuesday night for their second win of the season.
The Seattle Mariners’ roster leaves questions to be answered, whether by incumbents or prospects.
While it may seem the Mariners have plenty of options when it comes to picking a first baseman for the 2014 season, manager Lloyd McClendon already has his mind made up.
Fernando Rodney gave up a run and two hits in his debut with the Seattle but Jesus Montero had two singles and an RBI to help the Mariners beat a Chicago White Sox split-squad 7-4 Thursday.
(1090 The Fan) — The Seattle Mariners have added Robinson Cano, Corey Hart and Logan Morrison to the lineup, but the club’s 2014 offense may be up to the likes of Justin Smoak and Michael Saunders. […]
The leadoff position has been an issue with the club ever since Ichiro Suzuki was dealt to New York in 2012.