Paxton Shines, Bats Come Alive In Mariners Home OpenerWith a crowd of 44,856 in attendance, Seattle topped the Astros 6-0, as the Mariners finally delivered with runners in scoring position and James Paxton picked up his first win of the season.
UPDATE: Proposed Law Would Allow Fans To Carry Guns Into StadiumsCurrently, Seattle’s major stadiums prohibit all weapons. However, House Bill 1015 would keep a public facilities district (like a sports stadium) from banning guns if the owner has a valid concealed carry permit.
Zunino Hits 2 Of Seattle's 5 HRs In 12-6 Win Over OriolesZunino homered twice in his first game of the season, Nelson Cruz and Seth Smith both hit three-run home runs, and the Mariners slugged past the Baltimore Orioles 12-6 on Saturday nig
Lee's 2 Home Runs Lead M's Past Rangers 7-5Dae-Ho Lee handed out silver-colored necklaces from his native South Korea before Friday night's game against the Texas Rangers.
Seattle Uses 5 Home Runs To Pummel San Diego 16-4Seattle scored 13 of its 16 runs with two outs, including three of the five home runs.
Hernandez Ties Mariners Win Record; Beat Royals 1-0Felix Hernandez tied Jamie Moyer for the most wins in Seattle Mariners history, accomplishing it with just one hit of support in a 1-0 victory over the Kansas City Royals on Friday night.
Mariners Continue Slide, Lose To Rangers 8-0The Mariners offense struggled against Rangers pitching for the second straight night
Mariners Drop 4th Straight, Lose to Rangers 7-3"We struggled to put consistent quality at-bats together," Mariners manager Scott Servais said.

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