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.
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.
The Seattle Mariners And The Winter MeetingsThis 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.
Mariners Must Make Cano Signing CountWith unofficial word coming out Friday that the Seattle Mariners and free agent second baseman Robinson Cano have come to terms at 10 years and $240 million, the M's have one job: Make it count.