Mariners News

  • Slow offensive night offsets Elias' strong start

    Orioles left-hander Wei-Yin Chen shut down the Mariners for the second time in nine days, as Roenis Elias was outdueled in Seattle's 2-1 loss to Baltimore on Friday night at Camden Yards.

  • M's Paxton ready to make anticipated return

    It's been almost four months since James Paxton last stepped on the mound for the Mariners, so the rookie left-hander is ready and raring to make his return Saturday when Seattle will take him off the 60-day disabled list to start against the Orioles.

  • M's Jackson, Denorfia ready to contribute

    After being acquired in separate deals prior to the non-waiver Trade Deadline, Austin Jackson and Chris Denorfia joined the Mariners on Friday and were immediately inserted into the lineup for Seattle's series opener against the Orioles.

  • Paxton returns from DL to face Gonzalez, O's

    Don't expect Mariners left-hander James Paxton to throw much more than 100 pitches against Miguel Gonzalez and the Orioles on Saturday night in his first big league start in nearly four months.

  • Zunino's big blast clinches series for Seattle

    A pair of two-run home runs by Dustin Ackley and Mike Zunino supplied some needed offensive punch for the Mariners as Seattle topped the Indians, 6-5, to win Thursday's series finale at Progressive Field.

  • Zduriencik pleased with Seattle's trade returns

    Mariners general manager Jack Zduriencik added outfielders Austin Jackson from the Tigers and Chris Denorfia from the Padres, giving up a trio of Minor League players in infielder Nick Franklin, outfielder Abraham Almonte and reliever Stephen Kohlscheen.

  • Mariners get outfielder Jackson from Tigers

    Looking to upgrade their outfield and add some right-handed balance to their lineup, the Mariners accomplished both on Thursday with the acquisition of center fielder Austin Jackson as part of a three-way trade with the Tigers and Rays.

  • Farquhar OK after being hit by comebacker

    Mariners reliever Danny Farquhar was knocked out of Thursday's 6-5 win over the Indians when he took a line drive off his right arm in the seventh inning, but the right-hander said after the game that everything was fine and he doesn't expect to miss any time.

  • Mariners acquire outfielder Denorfia from Padres

    Looking for a right-handed bat to help their offense, the Mariners acquired Padres outfielder Chris Denorfia on Thursday in exchange for two Minor Leaguers about two hours before the non-waiver Trade Deadline.

  • Felix's continued excellence sets record as Seattle falls

    Felix Hernandez set a Major League record with yet another pitching gem Wednesday, but the Mariners ace lost a classic pitchers' duel as the Indians' Corey Kluber shut down Seattle, 2-0, at Progressive Field.

  • Mariners set to get Paxton back in rotation

    Rookie left-hander James Paxton threw a 45-pitch bullpen session on Wednesday at Progressive Field and appears poised to rejoin the Mariners to fill a rotation opening Saturday at Baltimore.

  • Mariners' Iwakuma in control with mastery of command

    Hisashi Iwakuma has 94 strikeouts with just nine walks in his 17 starts this season. That strikeout-to-walk ratio of 10.44 is the best in the Majors among starting pitchers, and Iwakuma also has been the most efficient starter in baseball with just 13.5 pitches per inning.

  • Castrovince: Seattle's postseason hunt fit for a King

    For the first time in a long time, the AL Wild Card-contending Mariners -- who have been exploring the trade market in advance of Thursday's Deadline -- have something to play for in the second half. It's a new feeling for ace Felix Hernandez.

  • Mariners' brass busy as Deadline approaches

    As Thursday's non-waiver Trade Deadline approaches, the Mariners remain in conversations on multiple fronts as general manager Jack Zduriencik looks at available options to help his club contend for a playoff berth.

  • Offense comes alive for Mariners in Cleveland

    After struggling to score runs in their last homestand, the Mariners broke out the bats Tuesday to open a six-game road trip with a 5-2 win over the Indians at Progressive Field.

  • Injured Mariners outfielder Saunders takes BP

    Right fielder Michael Saunders took batting practice with the Mariners on Tuesday for the first time since straining his left oblique muscle on July 10 as he gets closer to going out on a Minor League rehab assignment.

  • Home run by Zunino confirmed by review

    The Mariners tallied another run and chased Tribe starter Trevor Bauer on Tuesday thanks to Mike Zunino's home run being confirmed by crew chief review.

  • Ackley feeling confident due to strong July

    Mariners left fielder Dustin Ackley seems to make a habit of heating up as the weather warms and the 26-year-old has continued that trend with a strong July.