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Mariners' bats give Felix room to top Jays

Mariners' bats give Felix room to top Jays

MLB.com Updated 10 hours ago
Felix Hernandez had another dominating performance while Nelson Cruz homered and Logan Morrison added a two-run triple in the Mariners' 4-3 victory over the Blue Jays on Friday night at Rogers Centre.
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  • Mariners, Blue Jays await fruits of their labor

    Mariners, Blue Jays await fruits of their labor

    MLB.com 22 hours ago
    The Blue Jays and Mariners enter their weekend series in Toronto in similar states of frustration. Unwittingly, they have illustrated that you can get so many things right in the offseason and still have so much go wrong in the season itself.
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  • Pearce Slam, Hardy's RBI Lift Orioles Past Mariners 5-4

    Pearce Slam, Hardy's RBI Lift Orioles Past Mariners 5-4

    nytimes.com May 21 (yesterday)
    Steve Pearce hit his first career grand slam, J.J. Hardy singled in the tiebreaking run in the eighth inning and the Baltimore Orioles weathered a lengthy rain delay and a comeback by the Seattle Mariners in a 5-4 victory Thursday.
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  • Castillo ready for new start with Mariners

    Castillo ready for new start with Mariners

    MLB.com May 20 (3 days ago)
    Once Welington Castillo was able to process the news of his trade from the Cubs to the Mariners, he looked forward to a new beginning and having the opportunity to make an immediate impact. He will get that chance Thursday, as manager Lloyd McClendon na…
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  • Paredes' HR, 4 RBIs Power Orioles Past Mariners 9-4

    Paredes' HR, 4 RBIs Power Orioles Past Mariners 9-4

    nytimes.com May 19 (3 days ago)
    Jimmy Paredes homered and had a career-high four RBIs, and the Baltimore Orioles overcame a home run by former teammate Nelson Cruz in a 9-4 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday night.
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  • Smith belts shot, brings one back in big 1st

    Smith belts shot, brings one back in big 1st

    MLB.com May 19 (3 days ago)
    Mariners left fielder Seth Smith had a first inning to remember in Tuesday's series-opener against the Orioles, impressing with both his bat and his glove.
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  • Mariners awaiting rest of bats to click with Cruz

    Mariners awaiting rest of bats to click with Cruz

    MLB.com May 18 (5 days ago)
    As the Mariners prepare to open a nine-game East Coast road swing Tuesday in Baltimore, they're looking at a familiar situation.
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  • Slugging Miller named AL Player of Week

    Slugging Miller named AL Player of Week

    MLB.com May 18 (5 days ago)
    Mariners shortstop Brad Miller has been named the American League Player of the Week after leading the Majors in slugging percentage last week.
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  • Paxton dominates Red Sox to lift Mariners

    Paxton dominates Red Sox to lift Mariners

    MLB.com May 17 (5 days ago)
    Mariners shortstop Brad Miller hit his third home run in the past two games and left-hander James Paxton extended his scoreless streak to 20 innings with eight shutout frames on Sunday as Seattle beat Boston, 5-0, at Safeco Field.
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  • Ortiz, Sandoval Power Red Sox Past King Felix, Mariners 4-2

    Ortiz, Sandoval Power Red Sox Past King Felix, Mariners 4-2

    nytimes.com May 17 (6 days ago)
    David Ortiz and Pablo Sandoval each homered as the Boston Red Sox beat the Seattle Mariners 4-2 on Saturday night.
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  • Mariners walk off vs. Boston thanks to Cruz

    Mariners walk off vs. Boston thanks to Cruz

    Nelson Cruz continued his terrific start in Seattle with a walk-off single with two out in the bottom of the ninth on Friday to lift the Mariners to a 2-1 victory over the Red Sox.
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  • Boston skipper regrets pitching to Cruz

    Boston skipper regrets pitching to Cruz

    MLB.com May 16
    Red Sox manager John Farrell didn't sound like he was going to get much sleep once he got back to his hotel room late Friday night. Before a question could even be asked following a 2-1 loss to the Mariners, Farrell essentially blamed himself for the de…
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  • Dustin Pedroia alertly fields deflection for impressive 3-4-1 p…

    Dustin Pedroia alertly fields deflection for impressive 3-4-1 putout

    yahoo.com May 15
    After eight full big-league seasons and four Gold Gloves, we’ve come to expect impressive plays from Dustin Pedroia. So while a great play on Thursday night isn’t exactly surprising, it’s still worth watching and tipping your cap. The Red Sox were leadi…
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  • Kelly, Victorino lead way as Sox edge Mariners

    Kelly, Victorino lead way as Sox edge Mariners

    MLB.com May 15
    Mookie Betts drove in the go-ahead run on a ninth-inning sacrifice fly that turned into an error on a dropped ball by left fielder Rickie Weeks as the Red Sox pulled out a 2-1 victory over the Mariners in Thursday's series opener at Safeco Field.
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  • Boston Rallies in the 9th for 2-1 Victory Over Seattle

    Boston Rallies in the 9th for 2-1 Victory Over Seattle

    nytimes.com May 15
    Brock Holt doubled and scored the go ahead run on Rickie Weeks' error with one out in the ninth inning, Shane Victorino hit his first home run of the season and the Boston Red Sox beat the Seattle Mariners 2-1 on Thursday night for their fourth win in f…
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  • Jackson not yet ready for rehab assignment

    Jackson not yet ready for rehab assignment

    MLB.com May 13
    Mariners center fielder Austin Jackson will need a little more recovery time for his sprained right ankle before beginning a Minor League rehab stint, manager Lloyd McClendon said Wednesday.
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  • Zunino stands out on big night for offense

    Zunino stands out on big night for offense

    MLB.com May 13
    Hitting home runs has never been Mike Zunino's issue and the Mariners catcher knocked two more in Tuesday's 11-4 victory over the Padres. But Seattle's young backstop has begun lifting his average -- as well as homers -- and a 3-for-4 day with three RBI…
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  • With Felix Hernandez rolling, can the rest of the Mariners brea…

    With Felix Hernandez rolling, can the rest of the Mariners break out?

    yahoo.com May 12
    SEATTLE – Until last season Felix Hernandez's career with the Seattle Mariners could be summed up as such: Hernandez has been great. The team? Not so much. Then finally, after a decade of his brilliance resulting in little team success, the Mariners fin…
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  • Michael Pineda Is Finally Here

    Michael Pineda Is Finally Here

    deadspin.com May 11
    You probably remember when Michael Pineda was a blue-chip prospect in the Mariners’ organization, the guy who was supposed to develop into Felix Hernandez Jr. You probably also remember that all those plans went to hell when Pineda needed shoulder surge…
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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.

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