Kendrys Morales remains a free agent. Which clubs may be in the market for his services and might be willing to pay the freight?
The Seattle Mariners’ lineup will have a different look in Texas.
Jason A. Churchill suggests there are a few roster tweaks that could help the Seattle Mariners out of their April funk.
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 have just over a week until they need to submit a final 25-man roster to Major League Baseball.
It was an extraordinarily busy winter for the five clubs in the American League West. Each organization made significant moves, with all but the Los Angeles Angels spending big dollars to improve their respective rosters. Let’s take a look at the details.
This year, it appears some teams are down in Florida looking to finish off deals they started this past week, or before that when the general managers meetings took place last month. The Seattle Mariners are one those teams.
The Kansas City Royals have signed left-handed pitcher Jason Vargas to a four-year, $2 million contract.
It’s apparent Seattle will be trying to land a power-hitting outfielder this offseason — and as the Winter Meetings get closer, we’re hearing all kinds of reports, speculations and rumors about who might be wearing a Mariners uniform in 2014.
The Seattle Mariners have made a qualifying offer to designated hitter Kendrys Morales that would pay him $14.1 million for next season.