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With the already aces off the market, a lot of attention will be paid to relief pitching on MLB trade-deadline day. While we wait to see if the bigger names, such as Aroldis Chapman and Craig Kimbrel get moved, the Toronto Blue Jays got in on the action…Share Tweet
MLB.com 7 hours agoThe Blue Jays' made another move to solidify their bullpen on Friday afternoon by acquiring right-hander Mark Lowe from the Mariners in exchange for three Minor League pitchers.Share Tweetyahoo.com Jul 30 (yesterday)Somebody get Dustin Ackley a razor, he's been traded to the New York Yankees. Ackley, the very-much-bearded Seattle Mariners outfielder, will be headed to the Bronx in a three-player deal that Ackley confirmed himself to reporters Thursday outside the M…Share TweetMLB.com Jul 29 (2 days ago)Robinson Cano has a Grade 1 abdominal strain and will miss a few games and be relegated to designated hitter duty upon his immediate return, but the Mariners don't expect it to warrant a disabled list stay.Share Tweet
D-backs push winning streak to four gamesMLB.com Jul 29 (3 days ago)Rookie right-hander Zack Godley won his second straight start to open his D-backs career as Arizona topped the Mariners, 8-4, on Tuesday night at Safeco Field.Share Tweet
Castillo's 2 Homers Lead Arizona to 8-2 Win Over Seattlenytimes.com Jul 29 (3 days ago)Welington Castillo homered twice off Seattle ace Felix Hernandez, including a two-run shot in the first inning, and the Arizona Diamondbacks won their fifth straight beating the Mariners 8-2 on Wednesday.Share Tweet
Goldschmidt Homers, Scores Winning Run in Arizona's 4-3 Winnytimes.com Jul 28 (4 days ago)Paul Goldschmidt hit his 22nd homer of the season in the first inning and scored the go-ahead run in the 10th on Jake Lamb's sacrifice fly as the Arizona Diamondbacks beat the Seattle Mariners 4-3 on Monday night.Share Tweet
Mariners acquire reliever Ramirez from D-backsRight-handed reliever J.C. Ramirez was re-acquired by the Mariners on Monday in a cash deal with the D-backs and will be assigned to Triple-A Tacoma.Share Tweet
Edgar helping Mariners' bats get turned aroundA Mariners offense that struggled through a tough first half has awakened considerably since the All-Star break, and manager Lloyd McClendon is happy to point to new hitting coach Edgar Martinez as a big reason.Share TweetMariners manager Lloyd McClendon said Monday that former closer Fernando Rodney, who allowed four home runs over his last eight appearances, may have been tipping his pitches.Share TweetFranklin Gutierrez homered with one out in the bottom of the 10th inning Sunday to give Seattle a 6-5 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays, a game the Mariners kept close with the aid of a triple play.Share TweetMLB.com Jul 25 (6 days ago)Chris Colabello hit a go-ahead two-run single in the ninth inning as the Blue Jays came from behind to beat the Mariners, 8-6, in the second game of a three-game series Saturday afternoon at Safeco Field.Share Tweet
Sucre belts first Major League home runMLB.com Jul 25 (6 days ago)Mariners catcher Jesus Sucre drove a first-pitch fastball from Blue Jays starter Drew Hutchison 387 feet and over the left-center-field wall Saturday for his first career home run, with one out in the second inning.Share Tweet
Felix tames Toronto for AL-best 12th winMLB.com Jul 25 (7 days ago)Felix Hernandez forged a tie for the American League lead in wins with No. 12 as the Mariners beat the Blue Jays, 5-2, in Friday night's series opener at Safeco Field.Share Tweet
Hutchison scratched again due to fluMLB.com Jul 24Blue Jays right-hander Drew Hutchison was scratched from Friday's game against the Mariners, and the start instead went to Marco Estrada.Share Tweet
Reyes OK after being struck by a ball in faceJose Reyes is expected to be available for this weekend's series against the Mariners despite being struck by a ball during the eighth inning of Thursday afternoon's 5-2 win over the A's.Share Tweetnytimes.com Jul 23Mike Zunino's RBI double in the top of the 12th inning gave the Seattle Mariners a 3-2 win over the Detroit Tigers on Thursday.Share Tweet
Slam fuels Tigers' 8-run 3rd to down MarinersNick Castellanos' first Major League grand slam fueled an eight-run third inning. The Tigers spent the next six innings trying to hold down the Mariners' offense, withstanding a pair of Nelson Cruz home runs for a 9-4 Detroit win Wednesday night at Come…Share Tweet
Soria notches milestone 200th saveSome players claim they don't focus on milestones. Not so for Tigers closer Joakim Soria, who tallied his 200th career save by recording the final four outs of Wednesday's 9-4 win over the Mariners.Share Tweet
Castellanos' Grand Slam Lifts Tigers to 9-4 Win Over Seattlenytimes.com Jul 22Nick Castellanos hit a grand slam off the brick facade in left-center field, part of an eight-run third inning for the Detroit Tigers in their 9-4 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Wednesday night.Share Tweet
Brad Ausmus Has His Ned Yost Momentdeadspin.com Jul 22It’s been a disappointing season for the Detroit Tigers, who won 90 games last year and expected to be a playoff team again this season. After blowing a late lead and losing 11-9 to the Mariners last night, the Tigers’ record sits at 46-47, and there is…Share Tweet
J.D. clubs longest HR at Comerica this yearMLB.com Jul 22While the Tigers suffered an 11-9 loss to the Mariners on Tuesday night at Comerica Park, you could hardly fault the offense -- which tallied 12 hits and rallied from a four-run deficit -- for the disappointing result.Share Tweet
Mariners hope to get stars Cruz, Cano alignedMLB.com Jul 22It seems to be the story of the Mariners' season. Fix one problem and another pops up. Robinson Cano was finally heating up, but Nelson Cruz started tailing off in the power department.Share TweetThe Tigers and Mariners celebrated Christmas in July at Comerica Park Tuesday night by exchanging tape-measure home runs and game-changing rallies. The last of the latter, a pinch-hit grand slam from Franklin Gutierrez in the eighth inning, sent Seattle…Share Tweet
Kinsler Homers Twice, Tigers Beat Mariners 5-4nytimes.com Jul 20The Tigers needed something big after falling below .500 and facing a double-digit deficit in the AL Central.Share Tweet
Cano On Turning The Perfect Double PlayFeb 28Mariners 2B Robinson Cano demonstrates why he is one of the best in the world at turning double plays.
King Felix Ready To Lead Mariners To PostseasonFeb 272010 AL Cy Young winner Felix Hernandez talks about Seattle's improved starting rotation, the acquisition of Nelson Cruz and their playoff hopes.
Mariners Questions In Spring TrainingFeb 27Whether Austin Jackson can bounce back and improve the Mariners' attack is one of the most important questions for the team this spring.
A-Rod: A Pariah's ReturnFeb 21At 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.
5-on-5: Biggest fallersJul 30After starting 24-8 last season, Toronto played .500 ball the rest of the way. With a planned transition to a new defensive identity this year, J.A. A...
5-on-5: Biggest risers, fallers for 2015-16 NBA seasonJul 28After a summer of deals, which teams are on the inside track to success next season and which are headed for a down year? Our 5-on-5 panel weighs in.
The MMQB MailbagJul 22Today is a good day for logic around the NFL. Because: • The Tennessee Titans on Tuesday signed the second pick in the draft, quarterback Marcus Mariota, meaning that five days before the first practice of the NFL preseason, all 32 first-round picks hav…
Adande: Jordan wouldn't let pride get in the wayJul 21The healthiest sign in DeAndre Jordan's return engagement with the Clippers is that the final decision was made for the right reasons, overcoming what would have been a prideful mistake.