Below is an advertisement.

News Archive

Search:  News and Features Press Releases 

For date:   

News and Features | Returned : 141 results
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | Next >

9/29/2014 | Mariners activate Montero off suspended list

Veteran designated hitter Corey Hart was designated for assignment by the Mariners on Monday in a move necessitated by the activation of first baseman Jesus Montero off the suspended list.

9/29/2014 | Fans can vote for Aaron Award nominee Cano

Six-time All-Star second baseman Robinson Cano has been selected as the Mariners nominee for the 2014 Hank Aaron Award and fans are able to vote through Sunday on for the 16th annual honor.

9/29/2014 | Mariners set sights on postseason run in 2015

After achieving just their third winning season in the past 11 years, the Mariners have raised the stakes for 2015. And that's exactly what manager Lloyd McClendon hoped to accomplish when he took over as Seattle's skipper last winter and set about changing the franchise's direction.

9/29/2014 | Cano, Felix lead impressive Mariners turnaround

After the Mariners signed Robinson Cano in December, the questions began ringing out. Why would Cano go to Seattle? What difference will one star make for a franchise that hadn't been to the postseason since 2001?

9/28/2014 | Felix bolsters Cy credentials with ERA crown

In the season finale, in what was arguably the most important start of Felix Hernandez's career, he retired 16 of 17 hitters before exiting after just 68 pitches and taking the AL ERA crown with him.

9/28/2014 | McClendon: 'Our future is very bright'

Despite the disappointment of falling just short, Lloyd McClendon and the Mariners know that a foundation was laid this season for future success.

9/28/2014 | Mariners victorious but fall shy of Wild Card berth

The Mariners topped the Angels, 4-1, with Felix Hernandez winning both the game and the AL ERA title by throwing 5 1/3 scoreless innings. But the A's, despite losing 16 of their final 25 games, hung on to the final playoff spot by beating the Rangers, 4-0, in Arlington to finish 88-74.

9/28/2014 | Walker likely to start Game 163 if needed

Lloyd McClendon didn't want to talk about his potential pitching plan for Monday if Seattle forces a Game 163 tiebreaker with Oakland when he met with the media prior to Sunday's regular-season finale, but by all logic, that start would fall to Taijuan Walker.

9/28/2014 | Safeco a-buzz in final days of regular season

On Saturday night, Safeco Field attendance passed the 2 million mark for the season for the first time since 2010 as fans continued getting behind the club's first winning season since 2009.

9/28/2014 | Mariners' second walk-off of '14 came at perfect time

The Mariners had to dig deep for Saturday's stay-alive 4-3 victory over the Angels, recording just their second walk-off win of the season when Austin Jackson drove in Brad Miller from third base on a fielder's-choice grounder.

9/28/2014 | Start times announced for potential tiebreaker game

Major League Baseball on Sunday announced the start time for a potential tiebreaker games to be played on Monday, Sept. 29, as well as the 2014 Wild Card Games.

9/28/2014 | It all comes down to Game 162 for Mariners

The Mariners enter the final day of the regular season trailing the Athletics by one game for the second American League Wild Card spot. With a win over the Angels at Safeco Field and an Oakland loss to Texas on Sunday, Seattle forces an AL Wild Card play-in game vs. the A's on Monday at home. They'll have their ace, Felix Hernandez, on the hill. The Angels counter with Cory Rasmus.

9/28/2014 | Mariners keep dream alive with walk-off win

Seattle, gunning for its first playoff berth since 2001, kept hope alive with a 2-1 victory over Los Angeles, as Austin Jackson drove in Brad Miller from third with a fielder's-choice grounder in the bottom of the 11th inning.

9/27/2014 | Iwakuma OK after discomfort causes early exit

Hisashi Iwakuma won't have another start this season unless the Mariners sneak into the playoffs, but Lloyd McClendon said that the veteran right-hander was feeling fine on Saturday after being removed from Friday's game after feeling some discomfort in his right lat muscle.

9/27/2014 | Scoring change boosts Felix's chances for ERA title

A scoring change by Major League Baseball giving an error to Felix Hernandez on a dropped bunt in the fifth inning in his last start in Toronto has given the Mariners ace a chance at the American League ERA title.

9/27/2014 | No pressure, kid: Mariners turn to rookie Paxton

After their 4-3 win over the Angels on Friday, the Mariners remain two games behind the A's for the second American League Wild Card spot. Each team has two games remaining, and one A's win or Mariners loss would eliminate Seattle. Thus a victory over C.J. Wilson and the Angels on Saturday is essential, and with their season on the line, the Mariners turn to rookie James Paxton.

9/27/2014 | Three homers keep Mariners in Wild Card hunt

With their playoff hopes fading, Seattle held on for a 4-3 win over Los Angeles at Safeco Field on Friday night behind a home run barrage and a bounceback performance from Hisashi Iwakuma.

9/26/2014 | Mixed results in challenges in Mariners-Angels

An out call on Austin Jackson's steal attempt was overturned via instant replay in the first inning of Friday's series opener between the Mariners and Angels, but a review of possible fan interference later in the game did not change the on-field ruling.

9/26/2014 | Mariners announce Minor League Awards

Double-A Jackson third baseman D.J. Peterson and first baseman/outfielder Jordy Lara are the 2014 Mariners' Minor League Co-Players of the Year, the club announced on Friday.

9/26/2014 | Cano, Hernandez, Young honored

A few Mariners were honored in a ceremony staged by the Baseball Writers' Association of America minutes before Friday night's series opener against the Angels. Robinson Cano was named the Player of the Year, Felix Hernandez earned Pitcher of the Year honors and Chris Young was given the Unsung Hero Award.

9/26/2014 | Morrison may be solidifying his future with Seattle

It took Logan Morrison more than half the season to warm up, but he has hit his stride -- and a couple of huge game-winning home runs -- down the stretch and could be solidifying his place in the team's future plans in the process.

9/25/2014 | LoMo's two blasts keep Mariners' playoff hopes alive

Logan Morrison's strong stretch run continued Thursday as the big left fielder ripped a pair of home runs in the Mariners' 7-5 victory over the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre, helping Seattle snap a five-game skid to keep its slim playoff hopes afloat.

9/25/2014 | Mariners to give Seager Heart and Hustle Award on Friday

Third baseman Kyle Seager will be presented with this year's Mariners Heart and Hustle Award on Friday as part of the pregame ceremonies prior to the opener of a three-game series against the Angels at Safeco Field.

9/25/2014 | McClendon wants to see rookie duo pitch in offseason

Rookie starters Taijuan Walker and James Paxton are finishing their seasons strong for Seattle, but Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon would like the two youngsters to continue getting more work with some offseason starts either in the Arizona Fall League or the Venezuelan Winter League after missing considerable time this year with shoulder issues.

9/25/2014 | Tough road trip has taken its toll on Mariners

For most of the season, the Mariners were the best road team in the American League, a fact that gave hope as they set off on an 11-game cross-country trek to close out their away schedule while pushing for a postseason berth. But things didn't go as well on the final journey, a tough trip with no off-days to help ease the challenge of playing in three different time zones in two different countries.

More Results >