Hisashi Iwakuma is looking to bounce back from a sub par outing last week.
The homer-happy Seattle Mariners hit four against Los Angeles Dodgers right-hander Brandon McCarthy on Monday night, and it still wasn’t enough to win.
The Mariners will partake in their first Interleague game of the young 2015 season Monday as they visit Dodger Stadium for a three-game series. Both Seattle and Los Angeles stand at 3-3 entering Monday’s game.
Iwakuma (0-1) worked six innings, allowing nine hits, five runs, striking out three and walking none
The performance by C.J. Wilson overshadowed a solid debut by Seattle lefty James Paxton
Mike Zunino’s first full season with the Mariners was an intriguing one, as the young catcher showed off some of the skills that prompted Seattle to take him third overall in the 2012 draft. But he also showed a lot of his inexperience and a continued lack of plate discipline over the course of 131 games.
While starting the season strong isn’t necessary, it’s much preferred to the alternative — a loss on Opening Day. At home. With your ace on the mound. Amidst a bevy of high expectations from across the baseball landscape.
Jason A. Churchill, Alex Carson and Steve Silver make their predictions for the 2015 Seattle Mariners and the entire Major League Baseball season, including playoff and World Series picks, MVPs and CY Youngs in each circuit and categorical leaders for the Mariners.
In this week’s episode of The OFP Report, Jason A. Churchill, Alex Carson and Steve Silver discuss the Mariners’ roster moves, rotation and the leadoff spot for the upcoming season and your questions via the T-Bag.
(1090 The Fan) — With the Seattle Mariners home opener just around the corner, General Manager Jack Zduriencik joined The Steve Sandmeyer Show on Seattle’s 1090 The Fan Friday to talk about the state of the organization heading […]