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Report: Lloyd McClendon Will Not Return In 2016Recently appointed Mariners General Manger, Jerry Dipoto, reportedly considered the firing of McClendon carefully.
Dipoto's First Big Move As M's GM Is Deciding On McClendon
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.
Farquhar Gives Up Homer In 8th, Mariners Lose 4-2 To A'sDanny Farquhar threw the pitches he wanted in the eighth inning Friday night. He did not get the results he expected.
Mariners' Cano To Undergo Hernia Surgery Oct. 13Robinson Cano will undergo surgery to repair a sports hernia in two weeks and expects to be fully recovered by spring training.
Seattle's Bullpen Fail To Close, Lose 7-6 To AstrosMariners watched Houston rally from a three-run deficit
Seattle Shuts Down Ace Felix Hernandez For Final WeekendThe only way Felix Hernandez is seeing the field for the final weekend of the regular season is if Seattle manager Lloyd McClendon suddenly decides to let his ace right-hander be a hitter.
O'Malley's 2-run Single Helps Mariners Beat Astros 6-4Shawn O'Malley damaged Houston's playoff hopes with a two-run, bases-loaded single in the eighth inning that gave the Seattle Mariners a 6-4 comeback victory over the Astros on Tuesday.
Mariners CEO Says He'll Take Financial Hit For Losing Season"I certainly feel responsible for the performance of the team and the overall performance of the franchise ..."
Jerry Dipoto Gets Another Shot As New GM With MarinersDipoto said Seattle's core is solid with the likes of Felix Hernandez, Robinson Cano and Nelson Cruz but the challenge will be deepening the bench, pitching rotation and bullpen.
Mariners Drop 6th Straight, 3-2 To Playoff-Hopeful AstrosMariners reliever Danny Farquhar didn't miss by much, but it was more than enough for Chris Carter.