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HOUSTON — The 2021 season has ended for Kyle Lewis. On Monday, manager Scott Servais ended any speculation or hope that the reigning American League Rookie of the Year might return to help … more
When Seattle traded budding catcher Austin Nola to the Padres one year ago, it was never the plan to acquire the best defensive first baseman in the American League. The Mariners weren't on a … more
What's a baseball manager worth? It's not an easy question to answer. They don't navigate intricate schemes the way football coaches do. They don't have the ego-management duties of basketball … more
Less than two months after the return of full-capacity crowds at Seattle-area sporting events, the rise of the COVID-19 delta variant has forced the return of restrictions to arenas and … more
OAKLAND, Calif. — While the Mariners have been away from T-Mobile Park, outfielder Kyle Lewis, who is recovering from surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee, has been diligently … more
NEW YORK — As he talked about finding his identity as a hitter, believing he has a better understanding of who he is and isn't at the plate, J.P. Crawford said: "I've finally realized the type … more
PETERSBURG, Fla. — Even though they'd been away from their old teams only since Saturday, the hugs and greetings seemed like they had been gone months if not years. Right-hander JT Chargois, … more
As the trade deadline neared, Seattle Mariners General Manager Jerry Dipoto made one final move to bolster the team's near-top-of-the-league bullpen, trading for Rays reliever Diego Castillo. The … more
They have to go for it. Doesn't matter that they came into Monday night's game with a minus-52 run differential and a 23-8 record in one-run contests. Doesn't matter that Lady Luck has been on … more
In so many seasons past, most recently since the Mariners started their rebuilding plan, when the annual Major League Baseball trade deadline would near, the speculation centered on which established … more
While the Mariners' success thus far in the 2021 season was unexpected to everyone but to those in their clubhouse, they now must find a way to sustain it in the "second half." It means overcoming … more
The energy and emotion felt palpable. The highs, the lows, the anger, the ecstasy, the bitterness of looming defeat, the joyful chaos of a late-inning rally followed by the anxiety of a potential … more
Julio Rodriguez has moved another step closer to the big leagues. The Mariners' prized outfield prospect, who is rated as one of the top five prospects in all of baseball by multiple outlets, was … more
With Gov. Jay Inslee recently changing the guidelines for outdoor professional sporting events based on COVID-19 vaccination rates, the Mariners have added sections of seating for fully-vaccinated … more
SEATTLE — From a historical perspective, 1989 was a significant year for the Mariners as a franchise. In May, after months of trade speculation, the Mariners dealt Mark Langston, their ace … more
PEORIA, Ariz. — When April 1 finally arrives and T-Mobile Park is adorned with the traditional red, white and blue bunting that signifies the unrecognized holiday that is opening day of the … more
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