Robinson Cano Optimistic About Mariners' SeasonThere's reason for Cano's sunny disposition, despite the rain that fell Saturday in the greater Phoenix area. The Mariners came up just short of a wild-card playoff spot last season, one that saw Cano hit a career high 39 home runs. They've also made a number of major acquisitions in hopes of getting to the postseason for the first time since 2001.
Mariners Manager Servais Expects Plenty From Lefty PaxtonServais believes starting pitcher James Paxton cleared that bar last season, and the Mariners are expecting the 28-year-old left-hander to be a major contributor in 2017 for a team that looks to end Major League Baseball's longest current postseason drought.
Mariners Adopt 'Whatever It Takes' MantraIt's a sign of raised expectations for the Mariners after coming close to a wild-card spot and finishing 86-76 last season.
Mariners' Iwakuma Ready To Shoulder Load Again If NeededHisashi Iwakuma was a major reason the Seattle Mariners stayed in the race for an American League wild-card playoff spot until the second-to-last day of the 2016 season.
Raines, Bagwell, Rodriguez Headline MLB 2017 Hall Of Fame ClassThree players earned induction into the Hall including one first ballot selection.
Jean Segura Agrees To $6.2 Million Contract With MarinersSegura was acquired from Arizona in late November and is projected to play shortstop and hit leadoff.
5 Bold MLB Predictions For 2017As the calendar changes to a new year, we make a couple of predictions for the upcoming year in Major League Baseball.
5 Biggest Surprises In MLB From 20162016 gave us some break out stars, one huge drop in performance and a franchise dubbed the "lovable losers" finally winning the big one.
Rzepczynski Guaranteed $11M In 2-year Contract With MarinersThe 31-year-old left-hander will receive $5.5 million in each for the next two seasons under the deal announced Saturday.
Seattle Exercises Seth Smith Option, Declines Chris Iannetta The Seattle Mariners decided to exercise their $7 million option on outfielder Seth Smith
Five Things: Cubs Win World SeriesThe 108 year drought is over. The Chicago Cubs are champions once again.
Five Things: Cubs Rout Indians To Force Game 7The Cubs jumped out to a 7-0 lead and held on to win 9-3 to force a Game 7.

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