Saturday May 18
Morse sidelined Friday with eye irritation
Outfielder Michael Morse, who has been carrying a hot bat the last week, was scratched from the Mariners lineup about an hour before Friday's series opener with the Indians due to eye irritation.
Seattle Mariners: Why They're Better Than Their Record
As it goes for every MLB team, the middle of May is much too early to gauge the success or failure of the season.
M's Hernandez focuses on Yankees' Sabathia
This time when he travels to New York, Felix Hernandez hopefully won't have to answer the same old questions.
Injured Pryor continues to make progress
Mariners reliever Stephen Pryor played short catch from 45 feet on Saturday for the third time this week as he begins returning from a torn right latissimus dorsi muscle behind his right shoulder.
Mariners Notebook: Oliver, Bay have Pirates' heritage
A quick little piece of trivia: Prior to Tuesday's game, the Mariners last played at PNC Park on June 20, 2004.
Mariners' Carter Capps finds it a big relief to go to work
There have nights during this season when, because of his prior workload, he wasn't available to pitch no matter what the score.
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Seattle Mariners - TeamReport
MLB Team Report - Seattle Mariners - INSIDE PITCH The most electric member of the Mariners' bullpen went on the 15-day disabled list in mid-April, yet by the time flame-throwing right-hander Stephen Pryor was eligible to return to action Tuesday, his name didn't even come up in conversation.
Saunders targeted for Monday return
Mariners outfielder Michael Saunders is on a rehab assignment with Triple-A Tacoma in his recovery from a sprained right shoulder.