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  • Cruz Homers Twice, Mariners Beat Twins 4-3

    Cruz Homers Twice, Mariners Beat Twins 4-3

    nytimes.com Updated 5 hours ago
    Nelson Cruz homered twice before leaving with left wrist soreness, Jesus Sucre homered for the first time in 14 months and the Seattle Mariners beat the Minnesota Twins 4-3 on Sunday.
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  • Sano, Duffey Lead Twins to 3-2 Win Over Mariners

    Sano, Duffey Lead Twins to 3-2 Win Over Mariners

    nytimes.com Sep 24 (yesterday)
    Nelson Cruz's towering two-run home run seemed to give the Seattle Mariners the jolt they needed Saturday night, tying the score with the second-longest homer in the majors this season.
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  • Paxton sharp as Mariners erupt to keep pace

    Paxton sharp as Mariners erupt to keep pace

    MLB.com nytimes.com Sep 24 (yesterday)
    Mariners lefty James Paxton took matters into his own hands on Friday with a powerful seven-inning outing, and he got plenty of help from his offense as Seattle topped the Twins, 10-1, to stay in pursuit of an American League Wild Card.
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  • Steve Clevenger Suspended by Mariners for Tweets on Charlotte P…

    Steve Clevenger Suspended by Mariners for Tweets on Charlotte Protests

    Clevenger, a backup catcher, will not be paid for the rest of the season after posting messages criticizing the Black Lives Matter movement and President Obama.
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  • Mariners Catcher Barfs Out Some Thoughts About Protestors, Comp…

    Mariners Catcher Barfs Out Some Thoughts About Protestors, Compares Them To Animals

    deadspin.com Sep 22 (3 days ago)
    Steve Clevenger is an oft-injured backup catcher for the Seattle Mariners, who is hitting .221 this season in 68 at-bats. This afternoon, he weighed in on the protests sweeping through Charlotte with all the subtlety of an elephant playing the piano.Rea…
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  • Blue Jays and Orioles lose critical games thanks to crushing er…

    Blue Jays and Orioles lose critical games thanks to crushing errors

    yahoo.com Sep 22 (4 days ago)
    Welcome to The Walk Off, the nightly MLB recap from Big League Stew. Here we’ll look at the top performers of the night, show you a must-see highlight and rundown the scoreboard. First, we start with a game you need to know about. The atmosphere for thi…
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  • Freeman's grab highlight for unexpected heroes

    Freeman's grab highlight for unexpected heroes

    MLB.com Sep 21 (4 days ago)
    In a crucial game where the Mariners' big three of Robinson Cano, Nelson Cruz and Kyle Seager were a combined 0-for-12 until Cano's game-winning sacrifice fly in the 12th inning, a number of lesser-known heroes stepped up to facilitate Wednesday's 2-1 w…
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  • Cano delivers in 12th for Wild walk-off vs. Jays

    Cano delivers in 12th for Wild walk-off vs. Jays

    MLB.com Sep 21 (4 days ago)
    Needing an ace performance to keep their playoff hopes alive, the Mariners got seven scoreless innings from Felix Hernandez on Wednesday and Robinson Cano drove in Guillermo Heredia with a walk-off sacrifice fly in the 12th as Seattle avoided being swep…
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  • Restless in Seattle: Mariners eager to break postseason drought

    Restless in Seattle: Mariners eager to break postseason drought

    yahoo.com Sep 21 (4 days ago)
    SEATTLE — On Fridays in Seattle, it’s impossible to walk down the street without seeing fans wearing sports jerseys. It’s the easiest way to tell a local from someone who moved to town. The tradition, known as Blue Friday, started as a one-time thing a …
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  • Blue Jays alone atop Wild Card after 4-homer rout

    Blue Jays alone atop Wild Card after 4-homer rout

    MLB.com nytimes.com Sep 21 (5 days ago)
    J.A. Happ became Toronto's first 20-game winner since 2008 on Tuesday night and delivered a blow to his former Mariners teammates' playoff chances in the process, while the Blue Jays smacked four home runs in a 10-2 runaway at Safeco Field.
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  • Estrada's Gem Leads Blue Jays Past Mariners 3-2

    Estrada's Gem Leads Blue Jays Past Mariners 3-2

    nytimes.com MLB.com Sep 20 (6 days ago)
    After weeks of mostly poor performances, Marco Estrada once again flirted with a no-hitter for Toronto.
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  • 2 homers from Smith help Mariners in WC chase

    2 homers from Smith help Mariners in WC chase

    MLB.com Sep 18 (7 days ago)
    Seth Smith revived the Mariners' offense -- not to mention their postseason aspirations -- with two home runs and four RBIs and southpaw Ariel Miranda did the rest as Seattle salvaged the final game of its series against the Astros with a 7-3 win on Sun…
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  • Paxton Strong Outing Not Enough as Mariners Lose to Astros

    Paxton Strong Outing Not Enough as Mariners Lose to Astros

    nytimes.com Sep 18
    James Paxton was perfect through five innings against the Houston Astros on Saturday night. It wasn't enough for the Seattle starter.
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  • Fiers Bounces Back, Astros Beat Seattle 2-1

    Fiers Bounces Back, Astros Beat Seattle 2-1

    nytimes.com Sep 18
    Yuli Gurriel hit a two-run single and Mike Fiers pitched six scoreless innings to lead the Houston Astros to a 2-1 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Saturday night.
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  • Video - Cano On Turning The Perfect Double Play 03:47

    Cano On Turning The Perfect Double Play

    Feb 28
    Mariners 2B Robinson Cano demonstrates why he is one of the best in the world at turning double plays.
  • Video - King Felix Ready To Lead Mariners To Postseason 02:56

    King Felix Ready To Lead Mariners To Postseason

    Feb 27
    2010 AL Cy Young winner Felix Hernandez talks about Seattle's improved starting rotation, the acquisition of Nelson Cruz and their playoff hopes.
  • Video - Mariners Questions In Spring Training 02:18

    Mariners Questions In Spring Training

    Feb 27
    Whether Austin Jackson can bounce back and improve the Mariners' attack is one of the most important questions for the team this spring.
  • Video - A-Rod: A Pariah's Return 05:50

    A-Rod: A Pariah's Return

    Feb 21
    At age 39, Alex Rodriguez is back on the Yankees' roster after a record-setting 162-game suspension. T.J. Quinn reports on the troubling memories and burning questions that surround Rodriguez's return from season-long exile, even among some allies.