Archive for Seattle Mariners

  • Final Report Card Grades for Mariners Prospects at the Arizona Fall League

    Seven Seattle Mariners prospects concluded play at the Arizona Fall League last weekend. The Mariners sent three position players and four pitchers to the league, which lasted nearly a month-and-a-half and attracted some of the top prospects in baseball. Among those representing Seattle were Taijuan...

  • Robinson Cano Injury: Updates on Mariners Star’s Toe and Return

    Seattle Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano admirably decided to represent Major League Baseball in the MLB Japan All-Star Series, but the 32-year-old veteran wasn't exactly rewarded for his commitment. According to MLB.com's Anthony DiComo, the six-time All-Star suffered a fractured right pinkie&...

  • Felix Hernandez vs. Corey Kluber: The Numbers Say Lots, but Not Everything

    The race for the American League Cy Young Award appears to be so tight it might force even the staunchest of baseball traditionalists to dig deep into the statistics that normally make them cringe. Seattle Mariners ace Felix Hernandez is the mainstay, perennially one of the best pitchers in his leag...

  • Bargain Free Agents the Seattle Mariners Should Keep on Their Radar

    With a top-heavy free-agent class and some obvious holes to fill, the Seattle Mariners figure to be interested in some of the premier players available on the market. The Mariners need some help on offense to complement a strong pitching staff that nearly led Seattle to the postseason in 2014. Accor...

  • Seattle Mariners: Failed Trades with the Detroit Tigers

    Awful baseball teams tend to deal away veteran talent. Such is common practice in Major League Baseball. The Seattle Mariners, until recently, fit the bill of one of those awful baseball teams. Only twice did they surpass the 75-win plateau from 2004 to 2013. The M’s, like any other dreadful ...

  • 3 Dream Free-Agent Pickups for the Seattle Mariners

    With MLB free agency beginning Monday night, the Seattle Mariners can officially start signing players in an attempt to upgrade their offense. One of the best pitching staffs in baseball wasn't enough to get the Mariners into the playoffs, as Seattle ranked 11th in runs scored in the American L...

  • Seattle Mariners: M’s Offense Must Improve for Team to Progress

    The Seattle Mariners are coming off of a highly successful 2014 MLB season. They not only posted their best win total in seven years, but they also added several players— via promotion, trades and free agency— who will be integral parts of the Mariners’ nucleus for years to come. I...

  • Seattle Mariners Offseason Tracker: Hottest Free Agency News, Trade Rumors

    Seattle's first season with Robinson Cano at second base and Lloyd McClendon leading the way in the dugout produced terrific results, with the Mariners posting their first winning season (87-75) since 2009. While the playoffs remain elusive, that Seattle was able to succeed more than it failed witho...

  • Seattle Mariners’ 5 Most Tradeable Assets for the 2014-15 Offseason

    While the MLB offseason is impossible to predict, the Seattle Mariners promise to be active over the winter months to try and put the finishing touches on a contending team. The Mariners ended the season just one game behind the Oakland Athletics for the second AL wild card spot. With one of the bes...

  • 5 Potential Under-the-Radar Seattle Mariners Free-Agent Targets

    It's no secret who the Seattle Mariners will be targeting this winter in free agency. With a talented pitching staff in place, Jack Zduriencik will be looking to upgrade Seattle's offense enough to break a 14-year playoff drought. The Mariners need a designated hitter and will likely prioritize play...