14 min ago | Marysville Globe
When Kyle Seager hit a grand slam into the stands of Safeco Field in a June 5 Mariners' game, Stilly Valley Little Leaguer Zac Wilch retrieved the ball and handed it to a toddler who had been knocked over in the shuffle to grab it - an act of kindness that would soon be rewarded.
12 hrs ago | Lexington Herald-Leader
Charlie Furbush faced only one batter to get the victory, striking out Josh Hamilton with runners at first and second to end the ninth.
12 hrs ago | Seattle Times
ANAHEIM, Calif. Navigating a bullpen minefield without his closer is something manager Eric Wedge had spent the past week dabbling in.
One of the reasons Twins starters are having more success of late and going deeper into games is their improved ability to keep the ball in play.
Mariners need Justin Smoak to start producing right away now that he's being activated today off the 15-day DL.
Jack deserves a short extension. Two years is plenty. Why? Because he's an above-average general manager who uses good process more often than not, who drafts extremely well, who makes more savvy trades than head-scratchers, whose hiring decisions are no worse than meh, and who has been the recipient of too much bad luck already.
ANAHEIM, Calif. - The education of Mike Zunino didn't stop the day the Seattle Mariners named him their starting catcher.
Albert Pujols had an RBI double among his four hits, Josh Hamilton hit a two-run homer, and the surging Los Angeles Angels pounded out a season-high 21 hits in an 11-3 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Monday night.
Fourth-round Draft choice Ryan Horstman and 11th-rounder Zack Littell both signed contracts with the Mariners on Monday as the club now has inked 10 of its top 12 picks.
Seems the Mariners weren't kidding when they said they were going to let Mike Zunino catch a little.
Seattle Mariners starting pitcher Hisashi Iwakuma throws against the Oakland Athletics in the first inning of their baseball game Sunday, June 16, 2013 in Oakland, Calif.
Normally, a two-run inning by the Mariners and a 2-0 lead would be a good thing.
Henry Blanco does the most improbable of things, and this time the Mariners don't let it go to waste.
Mariners catcher Mike Zunino, right, is congratulated after hitting his first career home run, against Oakland in the seventh inning.