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  • Gonzales starts opener vs. Yankees in Bronx
    Lefty Marco Gonzales will look to get the Mariners' 10-game East Coast road trip off on the right foot in a 4:05 p.m. PT start today at Yankee Stadium. The 26-year-old has gone 4-0 with a 1.41 ERA over his last six starts, though he gave up seven hits and three runs in a five-inning no-decision on Wednesday against the Angels. This will be his first time facing the Yankees.
  • Inbox: Who has had biggest impact this season?
    MLB.com beat reporter Greg Johns answers questions from Mariners fans, including which player has had the biggest impact on the club's success.
  • Nicasio, Herrmann come off disabled list
    As the Mariners gear up for a tough 10-day East Coast road trip that will test their recent hot streak, the club made two roster moves on Monday, activating reliever Juan Nicasio and backup catcher Chris Herrmann off the 10-day disabled list.
  • VOTE NOW: Camping World MLB All-Star Ballot
    Help get your Mariners into the AL All-Star Game starting lineup. Vote up to 5 times in any 24-hour period (max 35 votes) on the 2018 Camping World MLB All-Star Ballot. Plus, each vote gives you a chance to win a 2019 Freedom Elite Motorhome.
  • Dee can magically create runs out of thin air
    Dee can magically create runs out of thin air
  • Father's Day meaningful for Mariners, Red Sox
    Father's Day is an important day across Major League Baseball, and a sold-out Safeco Field crowd relished a sunny Sunday celebrating the occasion. The Mariners and Red Sox took time in their own ways to honor dads everywhere while wearing blue caps and wristbands and other reminders of the battle against prostate cancer.
  • Mariners can't keep pace in finale vs. Boston
    The Mariners got a big blast from Nelson Cruz and beautiful bunt from Dee Gordon, but that was no match for Boston's bats as the Red Sox rolled to a 9-3 win and pulled out a series split Sunday at Safeco Field.
  • 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 MLB Pipeline's Prospect Watch.
  • Vincent ready to begin rehab assignment
    Mariners reliever Nick Vincent, on the 10-day disabled list for the past three weeks with a strained right groin, will begin a Minor League rehab stint with Triple-A Tacoma on Monday and could be back with the team by next weekend in Boston.
  • Felix's son throws Father's Day first pitch
    Felix Hernandez's son throws Father's Day first pitch
  • Mariners edge Sox as LeBlanc retires 22 straight
    Between Red Sox knuckleballer Steven Wright and Mariners junkballer Wade LeBlanc, there wasn't a whole lot of heat at Safeco Field on Saturday, despite mid-70s temperatures on a nice Pacific Northwest evening. But the soft-tossing LeBlanc and his mid-80s fastball proved just a little more befuddling than the dancing array of 70-80 mph knucklers from Wright as the Mariners edged the Red Sox, 1-0, to take a 2-1 series lead in the four-game set. After a leadoff single, LeBlanc retired 22 straight Red Sox as he cruised through a season-high 7 2/3 innings before giving up a base hit to Eduardo Nunez.
  • Mariners' first-round Draft pick Gilbert signs
    The Mariners signed their top selection in the Draft, right-handed pitcher Logan Gilbert, on Saturday.
  • Injury updates: Nicasio, Vincent
    While the Mariners' bullpen has been very solid through the team's hot stretch over the last six weeks, more reinforcements are on the way as right-handed setup men Juan Nicasio and Nick Vincent both took positive steps toward coming off the 10-day disabled list on Saturday.
  • Fan uses melon to catch pop flies
    Fan uses melon to catch pop flies
  • Mariners rally past Sox for more 1-run magic
    On a night their best pitcher got bounced early, the Mariners still found a way to pull out another one-run win Friday as Denard Span's two-run double in the bottom of the eighth lifted Seattle to a 7-6 comeback over the Red Sox at Safeco Field. James Paxton lasted just 2 1/3 innings -- his shortest start of the season -- after giving up six runs in the third, with two errors not helping his cause. The Mariners climbed back from that 6-3 deficit as rookie right-hander Rob Whalen stemmed the tide with four scoreless innings of relief with just one hit in his season debut.
  • Whalen had best view of Gordon's diving play
    Whalen had best view of Gordon's diving play
  • Felix comes out on wrong end of pitchers' duel
    The Mariners got a very good outing from Felix Hernandez on Thursday. But the Red Sox got an even better one from David Price as Boston topped Seattle, 2-1, in a battle of former Cy Young Award winners at Safeco Field.
  • Mariners add Rumbelow, Whalen to fold
    As they prepare for a tough 10-game stretch against the best teams in the American League East, the Mariners moved to beef up their bullpen on Thursday by promoting right-handers Nick Rumbelow and Rob Whalen from Triple-A Tacoma.
  • Seager among those poised for turnaround
    The weeks that precede the July 31 Trade Deadline will be crucial for all involved. Some of the game's best talent resides in the AL West, but supporting casts could be the difference-maker, bringing attention to a handful of players who have unexpectedly been mired in slow starts.
  • Haniger's walk-off HR caps wild win for sweep
    The Mariners brought their boomstick and their broomsticks on Wednesday, topping the Angels, 8-6, on a walk-off two-run homer by Mitch Haniger in the ninth inning for a series sweep as the magic continued at Safeco Field. Haniger, who now has 16 homers and 52 RBIs, also doubled off pinch-runner Jabari Blash at first base on a fly out to right field to end the Halos' threat in the top of the ninth. The Angels went ahead by two runs in the seventh on Nolan Fontana and Chris Young's home runs, but the bullpen couldn't protect the lead in a wild game.
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