Mariners Will Start 45-Year-Old Ichiro Suzuki in Opening Season Series

As speculated last year, 45-year-old Ichiro Suzuki will start for the Seattle Mariners when the 2019 MLB season starts Wednesday in Tokyo, Japan. Mariners manager Scott Servais confirmed the news Monday, telling reporters that the plan is for Ichiro to start both games against the Oakland Athletics on March 20th and the 21st. This isContinue reading “Mariners Will Start 45-Year-Old Ichiro Suzuki in Opening Season Series”

VIDEO: Mariners OF Mitch Haniger Connects on Walk-Off HR vs. Angels

For the second-time this month, Mitch Haniger sent Seattle Mariners fans happy. In a 6-6 game in the bottom of the 9th inning against the Los Angeles Angels on Wednesday afternoon, the 27-year-old outfielder blasted a two-run walk-off home run off of  right-handed pitcher Oliver Drake  to score Jean Segura and give the Mariners aContinue reading “VIDEO: Mariners OF Mitch Haniger Connects on Walk-Off HR vs. Angels”

Felix Hernandez to Miss 3-4 Weeks With Shoulder Bursitis

For the second time this season, the Seattle Mariners have received unfortunate news about star pitcher Felix Hernandez. After placing Hernandez on the 10-day disabled list on Saturday, the Mariners announced today that for the second time this season, Hernandez has right shoulder bursitis and is expected to be out 3-4 weeks. Seattle previously placedContinue reading “Felix Hernandez to Miss 3-4 Weeks With Shoulder Bursitis”

Mariners Expected to Revisit Trade Talks Involving Reds’ SS Zack Cozart

Cincinnati Reds shortstop Zack Cozart was nearly dealt to the Seattle Mariners prior to MLB’s August 1st non-waiver trade deadline for two minor league prospects, but the two sides just simply ran out of time to complete the deal. The trade was largely unable to be completed because the Reds were busy drawing up additionalContinue reading “Mariners Expected to Revisit Trade Talks Involving Reds’ SS Zack Cozart”

Brewers Trade Infielder Luis Sardinas to Mariners for Ramon Flores

The Brewers are at it again with their 3rd trade in three days, as the team has traded infielder Luis Sardinas to the Seattle Mariners in-exchange for outfielder Ramon Flores. The #Brewers have acquired OF Ramon Flores from Seattle in exchange for INF Luis Sardiñas. — Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) November 20, 2015 Sardinas, 22, wasContinue reading “Brewers Trade Infielder Luis Sardinas to Mariners for Ramon Flores”

Mariners Slugger Nelson Cruz (Quad) Returns to Lineup vs. Rangers

Seattle Mariners slugger Nelson Cruz had been battling a quad injury that had kept him out of the lineup since September 2nd, which is a little over a week without him. The good news is, he is back in the lineup today, versus the Rangers, his former team, batting third. .@ncboomstick23 returns to the lineupContinue reading “Mariners Slugger Nelson Cruz (Quad) Returns to Lineup vs. Rangers”

WATCH: Robinson Cano Homers Twice in Win vs. Yankees

Seattle Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano always enjoys playing in New York, especially since signing a ten-year $240 million dollar contract with the Seattle Mariners to leave the New York Yankees, who the Mariners played today in the Bronx. Cano is on record for saying that he uses Yankees’ fans boos to ‘motivate him’. HeContinue reading “WATCH: Robinson Cano Homers Twice in Win vs. Yankees”

VIDEO: Felix Hernandez Notches His Two Thousandth Career Strikeout

Seattle Mariners pitcher Felix Hernandez is one good pitcher. He has done everything from throwing a perfect game, winning the Cy Young Award, being an all-star, and now he has one of the most impressive feats in Major League Baseball history. In today’s Athletics-Mariners game, Hernandez stuck out Sam Fuld for his two thousandth careerContinue reading “VIDEO: Felix Hernandez Notches His Two Thousandth Career Strikeout”

One Reason to Watch Every MLB Team This Season

The 2015 MLB season is rapidly approaching. If you don’t feel much excitement around the game of baseball this season or very much never, we’re here to change that opinion of your’s as we give you one reason to watch every Major League Baseball team this season in the following. Arizona Diamondbacks: Yasmany Tomas  TomasContinue reading “One Reason to Watch Every MLB Team This Season”

Mariners Sign Rickie Weeks to One Year Deal

After the Milwaukee Brewers chose not to pick up Rickie Weeks’ option for the 2015 MLB season, he has been sitting at home waiting for a team to sign him. He has finally found a team according to ESPN’s Jim Bowden, the Seattle Mariners have signed Weeks to a one year deal worth 2 millionContinue reading “Mariners Sign Rickie Weeks to One Year Deal”

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