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SEATTLE — The doubters found reasons to try and couch the success of Bryce Miller’s first big-league start, saying domination came against the abysmal Oakland A’s, who might be one … more
If defying expectations is what defined the Mariners' season, they saw it to the very end. Because one would expect a team that just got swept in the American League Division Series to be mourning … more
Seattle's first taste of postseason baseball in 21 years was electric, exhilarating, excruciating, surreal, crushing and long. A city that had waited two decades for this game got the equivalent … more
In 2011, the baseball season wound down, and Ichiro, for the first time in his 11 years in the MLB, failed to reach 200 hits. Over an hour’s drive away from then-SafeCo Field, Matt King … more
HOUSTON — The Mariners made dark history Tuesday, and that's an ominous development, indeed. The two-out home run by Houston's Yordan Alvarez was the most impactful, game-changing at-bat … more
TORONTO — After colorfully lauding his Mariners for their resiliency and their ability to rally from a seven-run deficit in Saturday's preposterous 10-9 win over the Blue Jays, and just before … more
TORONTO — When the Blue Jays' Danny Jansen hit a soft double to right field to score another run in the bottom of the fifth inning, Toronto's chances of winning Game 2 of the American League … more
The Mariners' postseason run will continue in the American League Division Series. After ending a 21-year playoff drought on the final day of September in Seattle, the club entered October … more
TORONTO — How do you recover from an awful outing from your starting pitcher, a worse showing from one of your best relievers and a seven-run deficit with everything seemingly working against … more
At 8:34 p.m. Friday, Pete Fortune emerged from the laundry room in one corner of the Mariners clubhouse and began to pace the hallways. Nervous? "Of course," he said. "Everybody is." … more
After 21 long years of frustration and failures, of close calls and coming up just short, of spring trainings filled with hope and offseasons spent with regret, of entire careers without champagne … more
LOS ANGELES — As Ty France searched for an opening to get to his locker in the embarrassing closet that is the visitors clubhouse in Dodger Stadium, he understood that it wouldn't be simple given … more
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