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  • Mariners erupt with 4-run 9th to end slide
    Jean Segura's two-run double fueled the Mariners' go-ahead rally, an inning after Mitch Haniger tied things up with a solo homer in the season series opener between these AL West rivals. Before the late fireworks, Felix Hernandez and Mike Minor each worked 5 1/3 innings in a defensive-minded affair at Globe Life Park.
  • Zunino makes season debut after DL stint
    Opening Day came three weeks late for Mike Zunino, who had a strong spring but was injured just one day before the season began. The Mariners' primary catcher was activated from the disabled list Friday and in the lineup against the Rangers.
  • Paxton to square off with Colon in Texas
    The Mariners will send lefty James Paxton to the mound Saturday at 5:05 p.m. PT against Bartolo Colon, who threw seven perfect innings in his last outing at Houston. Paxton got his first win the last time out against the Astros, tossing six innings and allowing one run on three hits. Paxton is 0-2 with a 6.16 ERA in four career starts at Globe Life Park.
  • That's 1 way to turn a triple play: Mariners alert
    Evan Gattis said he knew how many outs there were, he just was mad at himself for grounding into a double play. Seconds later, the Astros' veteran designated hitter realized he'd instead wound up wandering into the first triple play in the Majors this season when he was tagged off first base by the Mariners in the fourth inning of Houston's 9-2 victory Thursday at Safeco Field.
  • Let's appreciate how long Ichiro's been playing
    Let's appreciate how long Ichiro's been playing
  • Bradford carving niche in Mariners' bullpen
    While Chasen Bradford could be sent down at some point as the 25-man roster tightens with the return of injured players, the 28-year-old sinkerballer has made a case for his place in the relief mix by being one of the more dependable relievers in the early going.
  • Gonzales piles up K's, but bats limited in loss
    The Mariners turned an unusual triple play and got a season-high eight strikeouts in a short start from Marco Gonzales on Thursday, but Seattle's offense was quiet for a fifth straight game as the Astros rolled to a 9-2 victory 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.
  • Checking in on AL West new guys: Gordon
    The American League West has several new high-profile faces this season, with a mix of established stars and young phenoms highlighting the crop of newcomers to the division.
  • Mariners come undone in 7th, fall to Astros
    A promising start by Mariners right-hander Mike Leake went south in a hurry on Wednesday as the Astros pulled away for a 7-1 win behind some stellar defense and strong pitching by Gerrit Cole.
  • Gamel activated; Miranda optioned to Triple-A
    Left fielder Ben Gamel, who had been sidelined for six weeks with a strained right oblique muscle, was activated off the 10-day disabled list by the Mariners on Wednesday. Left-hander Ariel Miranda was optioned to Triple-A Tacoma to make room on the 25-man roster.
  • Mariners silenced after Cano's early homer
    Outside of a first-inning home run by Robinson Cano, Lance McCullers Jr. put the clamps on the Mariners' offense Tuesday night, as the Astros snapped a three-game losing skid with a 4-1 victory at Safeco Field.
  • Paxton outduels Keuchel as Mariners stay hot
    James Paxton gave up a homer to George Springer leading off the game, but the big left-hander settled in and blanked the Astros for the rest of his six innings, outdueling Dallas Keuchel. Keuchel went the distance for Houston, but the world champs still dropped their third straight. Seattle, meanwhile, won for the fifth time in six games, thanks in part to Nelson Cruz's first home run since coming off the DL.
  • Cruz launches first homer since coming off DL
    Nelson Cruz still isn't running very well after returning from a sprained right ankle over the weekend, but the Mariners' slugger wasn't worried about sprint speed as he launched his first home run since coming off the disabled list -- a solo shot off the Astros' Dallas Keuchel -- during Monday night's 2-1 win at Safeco Field.
  • A's, Mariners honored to celebrate Jackie
    The A's and Mariners joined the baseball community in celebrating Jackie Robinson Day on Sunday, collectively sporting No. 42 as part of a special tradition that dates to 2009.
  • Felix's stellar outing not enough for Mariners
    One day after the Mariners won a seven-homer slugfest, the Athletics avoided a weekend sweep Sunday when Sean Manaea outpitched Felix Hernandez in a 2-1 victory at Safeco Field.
  • Homer-happy Mariners outslug Athletics
    Daniel Vogelbach launched a 433-foot homer Saturday night that highlighted the Mariners' 10-8 slugfest victory over the Athletics at Safeco Field. It was his second homer in as many nights. The Mariners also got homers from Jean Segura, Kyle Seager and Mitch Haniger in extending their winning streak to four games. They built leads of 3-0, 5-3 and 9-4 before the Athletics stormed back against the Mariners' bullpen.
  • Vogelbach crushes HR over 'Hit it Here' sign
    Vogelbach crushes HR over 'Hit it Here' sign
  • Cruz (ankle) back from DL; Lawrence optioned
    The Mariners, as expected, activated Nelson Cruz from the 10-day disabled list prior to Saturday's game against Oakland. He missed nine games after suffering a sprained right ankle March 31 on a misstep on the dugout steps.
  • Mariners mash past A's in 7th, win 3rd straight
    Even with several of their power bats sidelined by injuries, the Mariners continue getting offensive production, and Friday it was Mitch Haniger and Daniel Vogelbach providing the punch as Seattle won its third straight with a 7-4 victory over the A's at Safeco Field. Haniger's three-run homer in the seventh put the Mariners in the lead and Vogelbach followed with a two-run shot -- the first of his career -- to provide some cushion as Seattle improved to 7-4 on the season.
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