30 Players: Athletics Hope Ryon Healy Is For RealThe A's are coming off a rough 2016 but there was a bright spot in young Ryon Healy. They hope that he is their third baseman of the future.
Sluggin' Seattle: Lind's 6 RBIs Lead Mariners Past A's 13-3Adam Lind felt he was building toward something after a sluggish start to his first season in Seattle.
Martin Homers In 9th, Mariners Rally To Beat A's 6-5Leonys Martin needed a few looks to figure out Ryan Madson's changeup, and then he solved the offspeed pitch in a big way.
Taylor Commits 2 Errors, A's Pull Away From Mariners 5-0Taijuan Walker made one bad pitch. Chris Taylor's two bad throws were even more costly for the Seattle Mariners.
Mariners Hit 3 Home Runs To Power Past The AthleticsHisashi Iwakuma felt the game was on the line when he faced a bases loaded situation in the second inning. After getting through it unscathed, the offense came alive to give him some breathing room.
Mariners Back Karns With Enough Offense In 4-3 Win Over A'sSteve Cishek's seventh consecutive save this season resembled many of the previous six — a few tense moments, a couple of baserunners and a perfect pitch to end it.
Hernandez Strikes Out 10 In Gem, But Mariners Fall To A'sHernandez struck out 10 over seven scoreless innings, allowing three hits and two walks.
Karns Struggles, Bats Quiet As Seattle Falls To Oakland 6-1Karns allowed four runs over five innings and Seattle struck out 10 times against left-hander Rich Hill while losing to the Oakland Athletics 6-1 Saturday night.
Cishek's Mistake In 9th Gives Oakland 3-2 Win Over SeattleThe largest regular season crowd ever at Safeco Field started Friday night by lauding to-be Hall of Famer Ken Griffey Jr. only to walk away three hours later after watching a late mistake from the Mariners closer.
30 Players: Billy Burns’ Legs A Valuable Asset To AthleticsAs the A's look to rebound from a rough season, they look to get a spark from their young outfielder.
Seattle Closes Season Rallying For 3-2 Win Over OaklandLloyd McClendon waved to the fans showing their appreciation behind the Seattle Mariners dugout then tossed his blue cap into the crowd.
Pitching Woes Strike Mariners In 7-5 Loss In 13 InningsWith one on and one out in the 13th inning, J.C. Ramirez wasn't expecting Marcus Semien to swing for the fences.