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  • Pipeline names Mariners' Prospects of the Year
    First baseman Evan White and right-handed reliever Matt Festa have been named the Mariners' Prospects of the Year by MLB Pipeline.
  • White drives in 3 more runs in Fall League
    Here's a team-by-team breakdown of how all 30 teams' prospects fared in Arizona Fall League action on Thursday.
  • The Mariners' greatest postseason moment
    To kick off the first week of postseason play, this week we take a look at the greatest postseason moments of the division era. Even if your team isn't a postseason team, you can remember your great October moments … and if it is, you can dream of maybe having another one this month that's even better.
  • Inbox: Who was the MVP of the Mariners?
    Who do you think was the Mariners' Most Valuable Player this year? -- Ron J., Lake Tapps, Wash.
  • Dee's fit on defense key question for Mariners
    One of the big questions facing the Mariners this offseason will be figuring out where Dee Gordon fits in defensively. He started the year in center field, but moved back to his natural second-base position when Robinson Cano was suspended in mid-May.
  • First baseman White wins Minors Gold Glove
    Evan White's defensive prowess at first base was recognized again on Monday as the promising Mariners prospect was named a 2018 Minor League Rawlings Gold Glove Award winner, the first Seattle farmhand to win the award since it was reinstituted in 2011.
  • Answers to key FAQs about Mariners' offseason
    For the Mariners, the upcoming offseason looms as a busy and intriguing time with numerous roster questions and decisions hanging overhead for general manager Jerry Dipoto and his baseball operations staff. Here are some of the key questions and the timing of how things will play out this winter.
  • 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.
  • Dipoto: Ichiro will be on Japan Series roster
    While Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto says there are many questions to be answered as the upcoming offseason plays out, one answer is already known. Ichiro Suzuki will be on the Major League roster when Seattle opens its regular season in Tokyo against the A's in the Japan Series next March, as long as he is healthy.
  • 30 top prospects in the AFL -- 1 from each team
    Seven clubs are sending their No. 1 prospect to the Arizona Fall League this year, and each team is sending an impressive array of up-and-coming talent. Here is a list of the top prospect from each organization that fans can check out in AFL action next week.
  • Stottlemyre won't return as M's pitching coach
    Mel Stottlemyre Jr., the Mariners pitching coach under manager Scott Servais for the past three seasons, will not be back with the team next year, Servais said Monday. Stottlemyre, 54, is the only member of the eight-man coaching staff not being asked to return in the wake of Seattle's 89-73 season in which their pitchers posted the 17th-best ERA out of the 30 Major League teams at 4.13.
  • White continues hot start in Fall League
    Here's a team-by-team breakdown of how all 30 teams' prospects fared in Arizona Fall League action on Wednesday.
  • Dipoto looking to build around young All-Stars
    Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto said some reassessment and restructuring of his club's roster is in order this offseason, but coming off an 89-win season with some good young pieces in place he won't be looking to tear down and start over.
  • Biggest questions facing Mariners going into '19
    The Mariners completed one of their better seasons in franchise history Sunday, finishing with the sixth-most wins in the team's 42-year history. Yet a frustrating second-half slide and missed playoff opportunity raises a multitude of offseason questions.
  • Cruz exits to ovation as Mariners end '18 with W
    The Mariners defeated the Rangers, 3-1, on Sunday at Safeco Field to close out the 2018 season. A pair of veterans may have played their final games with their respective clubs in third baseman Adrian Beltre and designated hitter Nelson Cruz. Both received standing ovations when they were removed from the game. Seattle starter Roenis Elias delivered five scoreless innings of one-hit ball, as Cameron Maybin and Guillermo Heredia collected multi-hit games. Drew Robinson supplied the power for Texas, cranking his third home run of the season.
  • Haniger to join MLB All-Star Tour in Japan
    There won't be much rest for Mitch Haniger this winter as the Mariners' right fielder said Sunday he's accepted an invitation to play for the MLB team in its November All-Star Tour in Japan.
  • 2019 Draft order set: Mariners have 20th pick
    Unlike in 2017, when the race for the No. 1 overall pick in the next year's Draft came down to a walk-off homer on the final day of the season, there was no such drama this summer. The Orioles, whose 115 losses were the fourth-most in modern big league history, clinched the top choice in 2019 with nine games remaining.
  • Paxton fans 9, reaches 200 K's in Mariners win
    James Paxton struck out nine in six sharp innings, reaching 200 strikeouts for the first time in his career, as the Mariners beat the Rangers, 4-1, on Saturday. Edwin Diaz locked down his 57th save to tie Bobby Thigpen for the second-most saves in a season in Major League history. Adrian Sampson allowed two earned runs in 6 2/3 innings for the Rangers.
  • Diaz gets No. 57, ties for second on saves list
    It took an 11-day wait, but Mariners closer Edwin Diaz racked his 57th save of the season in Saturday's 4-1 win over the Rangers to move into a tie for the second-most saves in a season in Major League history.
  • Cano's 4 hits, Maybin's 4 RBIs power Mariners
    Cameron Maybin drove in four runs, and Robinson Cano had four hits as the Mariners doubled up the Rangers, 12-6, on Friday to even the series. The Mariners' bullpen pitched four scoreless innings to keep the Rangers' comeback hopes at bay. Adrian Beltre drove in two runs and passed Frank Thomas for 21st on the all-time RBI list for the Rangers.
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