Below is an advertisement.

News Archive

Search:  News and Features Press Releases 

For date:   

News and Features | Returned : 138 results
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | Next >


7/28/2015 | Seeking sweep, D-backs must conquer King Felix

If the D-backs want to notch their first sweep in a three-game series since June 12-14, they'll have to conquer one of the game's elite pitchers in Felix Hernandez during Wednesday's series finale at Safeco Field.


7/28/2015 | Soccer star Lloyd to throw out first pitch

Carli Lloyd, a two-time Olympic gold medalist and hero of the U.S. Women's World Cup soccer championship team, will throw out the ceremonial first pitch before the Mariners-Orioles game on Tuesday, Aug. 11, at Safeco Field.


7/28/2015 | Nuno proving to be vital cog in bullpen

In a bullpen searching for solutions in recent weeks, Mariners left-hander Vidal Nuno is becoming a name to remember.


7/28/2015 | Montgomery takes big step forward

While the Mariners' bullpen continues to spring leaks, Seattle got a much-needed solid start from rookie southpaw Mike Montgomery on Monday in a 4-3, 10-inning loss to the D-backs.


7/28/2015 | Godley looks to build on debut as D-backs face Mariners

Arizona right-hander Zack Godley makes his second Major League start on Tuesday as the Mariners face the D-backs in the second game of a three-game series at Safeco Field.


7/28/2015 | D-backs use native son to burn Mariners

Jake Lamb, a Seattle native playing his first Major League game back in his hometown, hit the game-winning sacrifice fly in the 10th as the D-backs knocked off the Mariners, 4-3, in Monday night's opener of a three-game Interleague series at Safeco Field.


7/27/2015 | Seattle native Lamb is a homecoming hero

D-backs third baseman and Seattle native Jake Lamb delivered the game-winning sacrifice fly in his first Major League game at Safeco Field.


7/27/2015 | Mariners acquire reliever Ramirez from D-backs

Right-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.


7/27/2015 | Edgar helping Mariners' bats get turned around

A 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.


7/27/2015 | Is Rodney tipping his pitches?

Mariners 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.


7/26/2015 | Umpire Joyce exits after being struck by foul ball

Third-base umpire Jim Joyce exited with a leg injury in the 10th inning of the Mariners' 6-5 win over the Blue Jays on Sunday at Safeco Field.


7/26/2015 | Gutierrez's HR the culmination of a long road back

It was a long road back, but Franklin Gutierrez said days like Sunday, when he launched a walk-off home run in the 10th inning to lift the Mariners to a 6-5 win over the Blue Jays, are his reward.


7/26/2015 | Lefties face off as Montgomery, Ray open series

The Mariners host the D-backs for the first time since 2009, as Monday begins a three-game series at Safeco Field with a battle of left-handed starters.


7/26/2015 | Johnson tips cap to Mariners during Hall speech

Though Randy Johnson entered the National Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday as a Diamondback, an emotional Big Unit gave plenty of credit to the Mariners as well during his induction speech in Cooperstown, N.Y.


7/26/2015 | Mariners turn wacky triple play vs. Toronto

In a truly wacky series of events, the Mariners turned their 11th triple play in franchise history in the fourth inning of Sunday's game and their first since Aug. 9, 2010. It was the first time the Blue Jays hit into a triple play since June 6, 2014 against the Cardinals.


7/26/2015 | McClendon aims to lighten Smith's workload

Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon said after Saturday's game that he saw, in Carson Smith's performance, a young reliever whose workload has been too heavy in recent days.


7/26/2015 | Historic group of greats inducted into Hall of Fame

The Class of 2015 was dominated by three of the greatest pitchers of their era, plus a versatile position player who ended his 20-year career, all with Houston, with 3,060 hits -- Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez, John Smoltz and Craig Biggio.


7/25/2015 | Stand-up Happ calls early exit an 'anomaly'

J.A. Happ needed just nine pitches to retire the Blue Jays in order during the first inning. Just two outs and 43 pitches later, however, his afternoon was done.


7/25/2015 | Fortunes differing for starters with series on line

Left-hander Mark Buehrle will look to continue his recent string of success when the Blue Jays take on the Mariners in Sunday afternoon's rubber game at Safeco Field.


7/25/2015 | Late rally gives Blue Jays final say in Seattle

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.


7/25/2015 | How sweet it is: Sucre belts first MLB homer

It took 116 at-bats and nearly three seasons, but Mariners catcher Jesus Sucre finally has his first Major League home run.


7/25/2015 | Extended hitting work paying off for Zunino

Five games make a small sample size, but the Mariners' five most recent games have seen catcher Mike Zunino stringing together some of his most productive at-bats of the season.


7/25/2015 | Felix limits powerful Blue Jays' lineup

Felix Hernandez paid for two mistakes in the Mariners' 5-2 win over the Blue Jays on Friday night, one in the first inning and one in the sixth. But over a seven-inning, two-run performance, one that tied Hernandez with the Astros' Dallas Keuchel for the American League lead with 12 victories, the AL's most prolific offense managed little else against Seattle's ace.


7/24/2015 | Nuno performing well as 'pen swingman

Vidal Nuno has been a man of many roles out of the bullpen this season. In 18 games with the D-backs and Mariners, he has appeared in both long relief spots and brief lefty-on-lefty situations. Recently, however, in the absence of Seattle reliever Charlie Furbush, who has been on the disabled list since July 9 with left biceps tendinitis, Nuno has been more of a setup man.


7/24/2015 | Happ faces former team as Mariners battle Blue Jays

Left-hander J.A. Happ will face his former team when the Mariners host the Blue Jays on Saturday afternoon at Safeco Field.




More Results >