Mariners' Losing Streak ContinuesGarrett Jones and Mark Teixeira homered, Masahiro Tanaka gave up one run over seven innings in his return from the disabled list and the New York Yankees completed a three-game sweep of Seattle Mariners with a 3-1 victory Wednesday.
American League Mid-Season Team MVPsSometimes a team's best players don't make the All-Star team. Here are the American League's mid-season team MVPs.
Mariners Fall To Yankees In 4-2 Loss Seattle lost consecutive games for the first time since late May and the news didn't get any better postgame
Prospect Insider's American League Impact RookiesProspect Insider's Steve Simas presents the top rookie candidates to make a splash in 2014.
Prospect Insider: 2014 Cy Young CandidatesProspect Insider's Adam H. Wong presents the top Cy Young candidates in each league.
Would Kershaw Extension Put L.A. Out Of Tanaka Sweepstakes?The Los Angeles Dodgers are reportedly on the verge of giving their ace Clayton Kershaw a record-setting extension. Should it go through, the Dodgers might be done spending this offseason, which would take them out of the running to land Japanese pitcher Masahiro Tanaka.
Odds Of Tanaka Becoming A MarinerSeattle might have to outbid a dozen teams for the right-handed ace.
The Seattle Mariners Are Not Out Of MoneyAfter 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.
Mariners Should Stay Committed, Go For TanakaAcquiring Tanaka could cost $80-100 million in total, and the club still has other needs on top of starting pitching, but signing Japan’s best available arm would be another huge step away from the bowels of mediocrity and toward the light of winning baseball, even in the competitive American League West.
Making Sense Of the Hart, Morrison AcquisitionsThe Seattle Mariners acquired two first basemen Wednesday. Why?
The M's, Bartolo Colon And David Price The best part about the idea of adding Colon for a team like Seattle? His contract, even if he were to get Hudson money, doesn't impact the attempts to add <em>two</em> more hitters, nor does it prevent the club from making a play for Garza, Jimenez or Santana, too.