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Mariners tab Joey Cora to throw out Opening Day first pitch

Mariners tab Joey Cora to throw out Opening Day first pitch The best season of Cora's 11-year MLB career came in a Seattle uniform, as Cora hit .300 as a 32-year old in 1997 and was named to the American League All-Star team. That year, he had a career-high 11 home runs and 54 RBIs, […]

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The Seattle Mariners Actually Could Be the AL's Best Team Entering 2015

The Seattle Mariners Actually Could Be the AL's Best Team Entering 2015 Now this question: How many teams did you ponder before even considering the Seattle Mariners? Did you stop before getting to Seattle? Or did the M's quickly flash across your mind, only to be dismissed just as quickly? Blame the East-Coast-bias element. Read […]

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Seattle Mariners spring training: Week 1 in GIFs

Seattle Mariners spring training: Week 1 in GIFs @Jose8bs is back with a look of all the action during the very first week of Spring Training — with GIFs, GIFs, GIFs!  Tweet Share on Twitter Share Share on Facebook Pin Pinterest 8 Comments ⋆ Rec Recommend this Post 4. Baseball's back! Well, at … […]

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Mariners rank No. 15 in MLB (uniform) power rankings

Mariners rank No. 15 in MLB (uniform) power rankings A surprising 2014 campaign that left them just one game out of the playoffs coupled with an active offseason has Seattle Mariners among the preseason contenders for the American League crown in 2015. But as far as their uniforms go, the M's are just in … […]

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Mariners adding new alternate uniform for 2015 season

Mariners adding new alternate uniform for 2015 season The Mariners will have a new alternate uniform for Sunday games at Safeco Field beginning next season, the team announced on Tuesday. The team's press release didn't provide any details of the new threads, which will be unveiled Friday. The Mariners … Read more on MyNorthwest.com

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3 Things Seattle Mariners Still Need to Do Before the Start of Spring Training

3 Things Seattle Mariners Still Need to Do Before the Start of Spring Training With the additions of Nelson Cruz, Justin Ruggiano and Seth Smith, the 2015 Seattle Mariners roster is nearly complete. Seattle did a nice job of addressing its major needs while only adding payroll and trading marginal prospects. At the very least […]

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Seattle Mariners trade for San Diego Padres outfielder Seth Smith

Seattle Mariners trade for San Diego Padres outfielder Seth Smith On Tuesday CBS Sports' Jon Heyman confirmed a report by the Times' Ryan Divish that Seattle has shown interest in bringing the 32-year-old to Seattle, while San Diego desires a bullpen help in return, which USA Today's Bob Nightengale identified as … Read more on seattlepi.com […]

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Mariners have MLB's fourth-best odds to win World Series

Mariners have MLB's fourth-best odds to win World Series Now that the Mariners have landed a bona fide slugger in Nelson Cruz, Seattle's odds in Las Vegas to win next season's World Series have improved to the fourth-best in baseball. The M's have 14-to-1 odds to win the franchise's first national … Read more on […]

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Would Seattle Mariners ignore PED past and go all in on Nelson Cruz?

Would Seattle Mariners ignore PED past and go all in on Nelson Cruz? The Seattle Mariners, in desperate need of right-handed power, appear in many ways to be a perfect fit for free-agent outfielder Nelson Cruz. Cruz led the majors with 40 home runs this year. The Mariners hit only 28 homers against left-handed pitching […]

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Final grades for the 2014 Seattle Mariners

Final grades for the 2014 Seattle Mariners In 2014, the Seattle Mariners exceeded all expectations, coming agonizingly close to the team's first playoff appearance in more than a decade. The club finished 12 games over .500 at 87-75 — its best season since 2007 — and thrilled fans from March … Read more on seattlepi.com (blog)

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For Mariners fans, moral victories don't cut it anymore

For Mariners fans, moral victories don't cut it anymore The following guest post was written by Tim Haywood, a Seattle graphic designer, writer and Mariners fan since the era of stirrup socks and $ 3.50 King Beers. He writes a blog, “Reflections of a Shallow Pond,” on the experiences and perspectives of a … Read more […]

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Seattle Mariners Season Finale: Game Recap

Seattle Mariners Season Finale: Game Recap But at the close, when the city of Seattle seemed poised to explode were Felix Hernandez and the M's to win and A's lose, thereby forcing a one-game playoff for the second AL Wild Card spot, it all came to naught. The Mariners finished off 2014 with a … […]

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Fight the Notion That the Seattle Mariners Are Done

Fight the Notion That the Seattle Mariners Are Done Sep 19, 2014; Houston, TX, USA; Seattle Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano (22) singles during the sixth inning against the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports. Seattle Mariners … Read more on Emerald City Swagger

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Where's the playoff hype for the Seattle Mariners?

Where's the playoff hype for the Seattle Mariners? I can't read the minds of millions of Seattle sports fans — only a few dozen at a time — and I can't talk to every one of them, but that seems to be the reality. Finally, Seattleites have gotten a taste of true athletic success. The […]

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Mariners News: Score Four Runs, Make Playoffs

Mariners News: Score Four Runs, Make Playoffs If the Seattle Mariners score four runs per game, they will make the playoffs. Easy enough, right? We love statistics in sports, particularly a baseball culture that has fallen in love with sabermetrics over the last few years. Analysts and experts are … Read more on Emerald City […]

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