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  • Paxton, Mariners target 'complete season'
    One of the critical questions facing the Mariners this offseason isn't new, but it does loom large. Can James Paxton stay healthy enough to anchor Seattle's rotation going forward?
  • Mariners working to fix Griffey statue
    Ken Griffey Jr. dealt with numerous broken bats during his 22-year playing career, but the Mariners vowed the bronze statue of their Hall of Fame center fielder at the front gate of Safeco Field will be repaired and returned to its original state.
  • Servais looks to improve Mariners' baserunning
    There may be four months between now and the start of Spring Training, but that hasn't stopped Mariners manager Scott Servais from beginning to plot ways to improve one of his team's major weaknesses last year: baserunning.
  • Top prospect Lewis continues to rehab knee
    Mariners top prospect Kyle Lewis hasn't played in the first six games of the Arizona Fall League as he works to strengthen his surgically repaired right knee, but the young outfielder is expected to begin seeing action for the Peoria Javelinas next week.
  • #AwardWorthy: Vote for Cruz
    Vote for Nelson Cruz (Personality of the Year) and for Best Fan Catch in the 2017 Esurance MLB Awards, baseball's ultimate honors.
  • Inbox: What will Paxton's status be in 2018?
    Will James Paxton get the Opening Day start? Will Hisashi Iwakuma return? Beat reporter Greg Johns answers these questions and more in the latest Inbox.
  • Alonso would welcome return to Mariners
    After a breakout season in 2017, Yonder Alonso isn't sure where he's headed as he hits free agency for the first time this offseason. But the 30-year-old first baseman certainly would welcome the chance to return to the Mariners after playing the final seven weeks of the season in Seattle.
  • Mariners' Top 30 prospects list
    Who do the Mariners have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Seattle's Top 30 Prospects on's Prospect Watch.
  • Dipoto, Servais get CEO's vote of confidence
    John Stanton describes his first full season as the CEO of the Mariners as a "roller coaster." But the man who heads the club's ownership group remains fully behind the efforts of general manager Jerry Dipoto and manager Scott Servais despite a disappointing finish in 2017.
  • Shoring up rotation a priority for 2018
    General manager Jerry Dipoto likely won't make quite as many moves this winter as he did the past two offseasons, but that doesn't mean the Mariners won't find themselves in the middle of numerous Hot Stove scenarios as they look to improve a club that fell short of expectations in 2017.
  • Heredia undergoes surgery on right shoulder
    Mariners outfielder Guillermo Heredia underwent surgery on his right shoulder in Miami on Monday and is expected to be ready for Spring Training in February.
  • Neidert, Vogelbach named top prospects
    Nick Neidert has been selected as the Mariner's top pitching prospect, with Daniel Vogelbach taking home hitting prospect of the year honors.
  • King Felix realizes adjustments are necessary
    While the nucleus of the Mariners' roster figures to remain in place next year as general manager Jerry Dipoto continues building around a core of established players returning, one change appears inevitable.
  • Mariners part ways with Bogar, Candaele
    Bench coach Tim Bogar and first-base coach Casey Candaele will not return to the Mariners' coaching staff next season, the club announced Tuesday.
  • Safeco Field to get playing surface upgrades
    The Safeco Field playing surface will be getting a complete makeover this offseason for the first time since the stadium opened in 1999, with work scheduled to get underway Thursday.
  • Dipoto says club needs 'wolf pack' pitching plan
    Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto noted Tuesday that the Major League game is changing for pitchers' usage and more of a "wolf pack" mentality is needed when it comes to accumulating a larger group of quality starters as well as a bullpen capable of covering additional innings.
  • High expectations dashed in September
    The Mariners made more roster moves and used more players than any other team in the Majors in 2017. But in the end, all that churn didn't help Seattle get where it wanted, as it missed the postseason for a 16th straight year, the longest drought in baseball.
  • Injury woes too much for Mariners to overcome
    In the end, the Mariners' 2017 season wound up being about a club that carried high expectations and looked good at times but couldn't quite put everything together.
  • Paxton K's 9, but 'pen allows 6-run 7th in finale
    The Angels' offense erupted for six runs in the seventh against the Mariners' bullpen, leading to a 6-2 victory in Sunday's regular-season finale at Angel Stadium.
  • Hannemann, Marjama notch first MLB homers
    While Nelson Cruz and Robinson Cano both hit their 300th career home runs this season, outfielder Jacob Hannemann and catcher Mike Marjama are at the other end of the spectrum.
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