Chicago Cubs Give Taijuan Walker A Tryout Ahead Of Spring Training

The Chicago Cubs are turning over rock and boulder in order to find players to help them compete in 2020. To that end, the club gave a brief tryout to pitcher Taijuan Walker on Monday afternoon.’s Jordan Bastion tweeted out the pitcher threw a bullpen session in front of Cubs personnel at the team’s […]

MLB Player Mike Marjama Suspended For Using Performance-Enhancing Drugs — Except He Retired Last year

Former Seattle Mariners catcher has been suspended by Major League Baseball (MLB) for 80 games after testing positive for performance-enhancing drugs (PED’s), Yahoo Sports is reporting. That’s all well and good, except Marjama retired last season. In a situation that seems not unlike that of your boss retroactively suspending you from work long after you’ve […]

Watch Boston Red Sox Vs. Seattle Mariners Live Stream: Start Time, Preview, Sox Begin Defense Of Championship

The 2018 World Series Champion Boston Red Sox, winners of 108 regular season games last year, begin the defense of their title on Thursday when they play their Opening Day game, facing the Mariners in Seattle. But for the home team, Thursday’s game will not actually be Opening Day. In fact, the Mariners come in […]

Watch Seattle Mariners Vs Oakland Athletics Live Stream: Start Time, Preview, MLB Opening Day Live From Tokyo

Baseball is back — more or less. The 2019 Major league Baseball season officially opens on Wednesday with the first of a two-game set matching the Seattle Mariners against last season’s American League second Wild Card team, the Oakland Athletics. But as notes, for the first time since 2012, the season opener with a […]

MLB News: Giants Pitcher Believes Bryce Harper Is Part Of The Reason Free Agency Is So Bad

Manny Machado had the luxury of waiting as long as he needed to wait for a good deal from the right Major League Baseball team. Spring Training is about to begin in 2019 and Bryce Harper is still without a home as he’s waiting for the right deal, the right time, and the right team. […]

New York Mets Acquire Robinson Cano, Edwin Diaz In Trade With Seattle Mariners

Following days of reports on New York and Seattle being in discussion over a potential blockbuster deal, the Mets finally got what they had been hoping for when they agreed on Saturday, December 1, to send outfielder Jay Bruce, reliever Anthony Swarzak, and a trio of minor leaguers over to the Mariners for eight-time All-Star […]

Seattle Mariners Looking To Trade Robinson Cano

In the winter before the 2014 season, the Seattle Mariners signed free agent second baseman Robinson Cano, formerly of the New York Yankees, to a 10-year, $240 million contract. With that deal, Cano became one of the first star players to leave the Yankees in his prime to sign a big free agent deal with […]

New York Yankees Acquire James Paxton From The Seattle Mariners

In what is expected to be the first of a number of big off-season signings for New York, the Yankees acquired James Paxton from the Seattle Mariners on Monday, November 19. ESPN reports that in the interest of pooling young talent to focus a rebuild around, Seattle was willing to part with Paxton if they […]

MLB Trade Rumors: Seattle Mariners Discussing Cole Hamels Trade With Texas Rangers

Cole Hamels is going to be one of the most talked about starting pitching options ahead of the MLB trade deadline this year. After a few good seasons with the Texas Rangers, it appears that he could be on his way out of town if the right suitor came along. There is reportedly one team […]

Robinson Cano Suspended For 80 Games Without Pay Following Positive Drug Test

Seattle Mariners infielder Robinson Cano was levied an 80-game suspension on Tuesday afternoon for violating Major League Baseball’s drug policy. The news of Cano’s suspension has caught everyone by surprise. According to the New York Post, Robinson Cano was banned from baseball after testing positive for Furosemide. The diuretic is not necessarily considered a performance-enhancing […]

Seattle Mariners News: Mike Zunino Injury Update Provided By Team

Seattle Mariners news about Mike Zunino is pretty good for fans and fantasy baseball owners. A Zunino injury update was provided by the team on April 16, noting that the catcher will begin a rehab assignment. This is a huge step in the right direction, as it indicates that Zunino isn’t far from joining the […]

Seattle Mariners Rumors: Injury Updates For Ben Gamel, Nelson Cruz, And Mike Zunino, Reported By Greg Johns

Seattle Mariners rumors about Nelson Cruz, Mike Zunino, and Ben Gamel continue on April 13. The three Mariners players are on the disabled list, but there had been rumors that all of them could return to the 25-man roster by this weekend. As Friday has arrived, there has still been no official word from the […]

Eagle Confusion On Baseball Field, James Paxton Stands Fearless As Bird Lands On Him

The eagle has landed! But on James Paxton? The Seattle Mariners pitcher was just minding his own business as he was standing on the field before the home opener against the Twins. He clearly wasn’t expecting the massive bird to single him out and land on his shoulder, but that’s exactly what happened. Sports Illustrated […]

Mike Zunino Injury Update: Seattle Mariners Catcher To Miss Opening Day

A Mike Zunino injury update is not what the Seattle Mariners wanted to provide fans with on Opening Day. Zunino had already been in the lineup for the Mariners, but manager Scott Servais had some bad news as the team got ready to open against the Cleveland Indians. A report by MLB analyst Greg Johns […]

Seattle Mariners Opening Day Lineup: Felix Hernandez On Mound, Ichiro Suzuki Gets Start

The Seattle Mariners’ Opening Day lineup has been revealed. In addition to Felix Hernandez taking the mound, Ichiro Suzuki will again be roaming the outfield of Safeco Field. The Mariners begin the 2018 MLB season against the Cleveland Indians on Thursday night (March 29), touching off a campaign to finally make it back to the […]

Seattle Mariners Rumors: Who Is Opening Day Starter, Question Partially Addressed By ‘MLB’ Report

Seattle Mariners rumors about the opening day starter still persist. Even with spring training winding down for the Mariners, manager Scott Servais still hasn’t announced who will take the mound on opening day. Over the weekend, things got even more interesting as it was hinted that Felix Hernandez could be ready to pitch that game […]

Jose Bautista Rumors: Slugger Receives Offers, Not Retiring, According To Report By Jeff Passan

Jose Bautista rumors have taken another interesting turn. Prior reports had suggested Bautista was ready to retire from Major League Baseball, but a new report by Jeff Passan for Yahoo Sports hints at something different. It’s just another odd story from an offseason that has been everything but typical. Following the news of Mike Moustakas […]

Seattle Mariners Rumors: Jon Jay To Mariners Possible With Ben Gamel Injury, According To MLB Report

A recent MLB report has indicated that those Jon Jay-Seattle Mariners rumors may gain some strength due to a recent injury. On Monday, the team gave the latest injury update on outfielder Ben Gamel, which could mean they’ll be looking to add Jay or another player to fill the void. Here are the latest details […]

Seattle Mariners Rumors: Ichiro Suzuki Signing Close, According To Report By Bob Nightengale

Seattle Mariners rumors reveal some huge news about Ichiro Suzuki. Information coming out of Spring Training states that the Mariners are close to signing Ichiro to a one-year Major League contract. This would mean that Ichiro would be in line for a spot on the 25-man roster and could open the season as a backup […]

Felix Hernandez Injury Update: Good News For Seattle Mariners

A Felix Hernandez injury update has come in from the Seattle Mariners. Pitching against the Chicago Cubs in his first start of Spring Training, Hernandez was hit on the forearm by a line drive. He had to immediately leave the game and was in obvious pain. Now, an injury update has been provided by Mariners […]

Seattle Mariners Injury Updates: Dan Vogelbach, Ryon Healy, And Mitch Haniger Dealing With Injuries

Seattle Mariners injury updates are already needed, and they have only been playing spring training games for two days. The Mariners still had a hole at first base following the 2017 MLB season and looked to address it during the offseason. A trade with the Oakland Athletics landed the team Ryon Healy, who was penciled […]

Seattle Mariners News: Erasmo Ramirez Injury Update Frustrates Fans

Seattle Mariners news from Spring Training is already turning negative. An Erasmo Ramirez injury update has come from the Mariners, and though it appears to be a minor ding, it is one of those injuries that has fans worried about the future. A report by baseball writer Ryan Divish states that Ramirez has a minor […]

Seattle Mariners Starting Rotation Projections Released

Projections for the Seattle Mariners starting rotation have been released by one of the top fantasy baseball sites. The Mariners bring back most of the 2017 rotation for the 2018 MLB season, which has caused a number of baseball experts to question the front office in Seattle. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Mariners fans […]

Seattle Mariners Rumors: Marco Gonzales Expected To Be A Star

The Seattle Mariners rumors about Marco Gonzales have been intriguing to fans this offseason. The Mariners need Gonzales to become a reliable starting pitcher for the team and it appears that the front office already feels this will take place during the 2018 MLB season. Though it’s a lot of pressure for the young player, […]

Edgar Martinez Won’t Make The Hall Of Fame This Year

Edgar Martinez is going to come up short in the vote to join the Baseball Hall of Fame this year. Martinez will have to wait on Cooperstown, as it appears the Baseball Writers Association of America isn’t ready to induct him yet. Though a lot of BBWAA voters who made their ballots public early on […]

Edgar Martinez Hall Of Fame Vote: Update On BBWAA Public Ballot Count

The Edgar Martinez Hall of Fame vote is starting to give Seattle Mariners fans hope that this will be the year that Cooperstown finally sends an invite. The Baseball Writers Association of America is starting to give heavy hints that the current vote is going to be in favor of Martinez as well if the […]

Seattle Mariners Cancel FanFest 2018

The Seattle Mariners have canceled FanFest 2018. In a press release, a post on Twitter, and a note to season ticket holders, the team revealed that Safeco Field won’t be able to handle the yearly event. The team has stated that, due to the replacement of the playing surface at Safeco Field, FanFest will not […]

Seattle Mariners Trade Rumors: Zack Greinke The Answer?

Seattle Mariners trade rumors suggest the team is still looking for starting pitching. Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto pushed hard to sign Shohei Ohtani this offseason, but the team came up short in that quest. With a number of big names still available in free agency, like Jake Arrieta and Yu Darvish, it’s possible that […]

Seattle Mariners Trade For All-Star Dee Gordon

The Seattle Mariners have traded for All-Star second baseman Dee Gordon of the Miami Marlins. It’s an interesting move, to say the least, as the Mariners already have one of the best second basemen in baseball in Robinson Cano. A report by baseball analyst Ryan Divish states that the plan is to move Gordon to […]

MLB Free Agency 2017 Rumors: Free Agent Jay Bruce Has Interest From Mets, Mariners, & Rockies

With MLB free agency 2017 and all sorts of trade rumors swirling, outfielder Jay Bruce finds himself among the players receiving strong interest from several teams right now. While there have been recent free agency rumors of the New York Mets signing Bruce to play for them again, two other teams have emerged. A new […]

Seattle Mariners Rumors: GM Jerry Dipoto Confirms Pursuit Of Shohei Ohtani

Seattle Mariners rumors about possibly signing Shohei Ohtani have been addressed by general manager Jerry Dipoto. The pursuit of Ohtani has been confirmed, as the Mariners will try to sign him as soon as the posting option becomes available for the franchise. This is the news that Mariners fans have been waiting to hear, even […]

Seattle Mariners Rumors: Jay Bruce Contract Offer Amongst Chatter About Mariners Interest In Outfielder

Seattle Mariners rumors about a Jay Bruce contract offer have surfaced on social media. Could Bruce play first base for the Mariners and give the team a boost on offense for the 2018 MLB season? A report by baseball analyst Jon Heyman certainly indicates that the team could be in on the negotiations to land […]

Seattle Mariners Face Difficult Arbitration Choices, James Paxton Due For Big Raise

The Seattle Mariners have seven players eligible for arbitration during the MLB offseason. It’s slightly less than the eight players who were arbitration-eligible last year, but there are still some difficult decisions ahead for the front office. A lengthy list of offseason activities for the Mariners will also likely include replacing Manny Acta as the […]

Seattle Mariners Beat Up On Texas Rangers For Fourth Straight Victory, Edwin Diaz Named Reliever Of The Month

The Seattle Mariners beat the Texas Rangers again on Tuesday night (August 1), running their current winning streak to four games in the process. Now the Mariners have a chance to finish off a sweep of the Rangers in Game 3 on Wednesday night (August 2), possibly allowing the team to move one game closer […]

Seattle Mariners Beat New York Mets To Win Series

The Seattle Mariners took care of business against the New York Mets on Sunday (July 30), piling up the runs during a 9-1 victory in front of the Safeco Field crowd. The offense scored early and often, staking starter James Paxton to a 5-0 lead in the second inning. It was more than enough run […]

Seattle Mariners Rumors: Experts Make New MLB Playoff Predictions About Team

Seattle Mariners rumors about the 2017 MLB Playoffs might mirror what a lot of fans are thinking. As the All-Star break approaches, a lot of experts are weighing in on who they feel will make the postseason, which teams are treading water, and which ones have no chance at all to make the playoffs. A […]

Robinson Cano Snubbed: American League All-Star Team Leaves Off Mariners Star Second Baseman

Robinson Cano, snubbed by the American League All-Star team, could still be named as an injury replacement. The star second baseman of the Seattle Mariners has been putting up great numbers again this season and has been overlooked for the mid-summer classic. A report by ESPN breaks down the full AL roster, with Jose Altuve […]

Wild Card Standings 2017: Seattle Mariners Beat Los Angeles Angels Again, Move Closer To Wild Card Leaders

The 2017 Wild Card standings have the Seattle Mariners just one-and-a-half games behind the Tampa Bay Rays now. The Mariners beat the Los Angeles Angels (42-42) again on Sunday (July 2), improving to 41-42 on the same day that both American League Wild Card holders lost. The 5-3 victory was an important one, especially because […]

MLB Trade Rumors: Examining The Teams Pursuing The Oakland A’s Sonny Gray

With the Oakland Athletics basically out of postseason contention for the season, they’re going to be looking to be sellers at this summer’s July 31 MLB trade deadline. Certain players, including starting pitcher Sonny Gray, are going to be on the trading block. With the Athletics current youth movement in full swing, they’re bringing up […]

Seattle Mariners Beat Texas Rangers To Avoid Getting Swept On Road, Move Up Wild Card Standings

The Seattle Mariners beat the Texas Rangers 7-3 on Sunday (June 18), avoiding a sweep on the road to a divisional rival. After losing the first two games of the series in an ugly fashion, the Mariners called on Christian Bergman to stop the slide in the Wild Card standings. Bergman allowed just two runs […]

Wild Card Standings: Seattle Mariners Tumbling In American League Standings With Rough Stretch Of Losses

Wild Card standings in the American League are starting to look a bit rough for the Seattle Mariners. After another loss to the Texas Rangers on Saturday afternoon (June 17), the Mariners have tumbled to a 33-37 overall record in the updated MLB standings. That puts the Mariners 13.5 games behind the Houston Astros in […]

Seattle Mariners Rumors: Felix Hernandez Return Delayed, More Time In Tacoma For Cy Young Winner

Seattle Mariners rumors indicate the team is slowing down Felix Hernandez’s return and that he is going to spend some extra time with the Tacoma Rainiers. Following a really rough outing in his first rehab start, giving up five runs in just two innings of work, the Mariners decided to slow down the rehab stint […]

Seattle Mariners Blow Opportunity To Move Up In Wild Card Standings With Another Loss To Toronto Blue Jays

The Seattle Mariners had looked good in the Wild Card standings coming into the weekend, but two-straight losses to the Toronto Blue Jays have hurt the team a bit. If the Mariners had been able to sweep this series against the Blue Jays, they would currently be tied for the second American League Wild Card […]

Justin Smoak All-Star: Former Seattle Mariners First Baseman Comes Alive With Toronto Blue Jays

Justin Smoak is putting up All-Star numbers for the Toronto Blue Jays this season. The former first baseman for the Seattle Mariners has clearly turned a corner in his approach at the plate, and he is treating Blue Jays fans to a lot of home runs this season. Playing against those very Mariners at Safeco […]

Mitch Haniger Injury Update: Seattle Mariners Outfielder Ready For Return To Lineup

Mitch Haniger’s injury update reveals he is ready to return to the Seattle Mariners. Haniger will be the Mariners’ starting right fielder again, with the team prepared to take him off the disabled list this weekend. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Haniger was placed on the 10-day disabled list in late April with a […]

Seattle Mariners Move Up In Wild Card Standings, Send Toronto Blue Jays Fans Home In Disappointment

The Seattle Mariners beat the Toronto Blue Jays 4-2 on Friday night (June 9), continuing a recent trend of really good baseball from the club. Though the Mariners were hosting the game at Safeco Field, thousands of Blue Jays fans descended from Canada to take in the event. It meant that most of the crowd […]

Seattle Mariners Trade Rumors: Are Miami Marlins Pitchers A Good Fit In Seattle?

Seattle Mariners trade rumors have the team looking for more pitching, which is a response to injuries that have plagued them all season. Now a report by the Miami Herald states that the Miami Marlins are willing to start dealing pitchers. Could a Mariners trade take place with the Marlins that could help the team […]

Drew Smyly Injury Update: Seattle Mariners Pitcher Takes Mound, One Step Closer To Mariners Debut

A Drew Smyly injury update has finally come from the Seattle Mariners. Smyly, who the Mariners acquired from the Tampa Bay Rays during the MLB offseason, has yet to appear in a regular season game for his new team. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, the Mariners gave up a lot in the trade for […]

Mike Zunino Hits Game-Winning Home Run, Seattle Mariners Win Series Over Minnesota Twins

Mike Zunino earned his Gatorade bath on Wednesday night (June 7), hitting a 437-foot homer in the bottom of the ninth inning to win it for the Seattle Mariners. Zunino came to bat against Minnesota Twins closer Brandon Kintzler with the Mariners trailing 5-4. One batter earlier, outfielder Ben Gamel had connected on a two-out […]

Seattle Mariners Rumors: Jean Segura Contract In Place For Long-Term Extension To Stay In Seattle

Seattle Mariners rumors have had the team working hard on a Jean Segura contract extension that would keep the middle infielder playing at Safeco Field for many years to come. Locking up another key player on the roster could certainly help the long-term outlook for the team, especially if Segura can continue to hit as […]