Left-hander Marco Gonzales faces the A's for the second time this season tonight, as he looks for his first win in more than three weeks. Gonzales allowed four runs in 3 1/3 innings against Oakland on April 14, but he had an effective outing against Detroit last time out.
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Jean Segura scored the go-ahead run from first base on Guillermo Heredia's one-out double into the right-center-field gap in the 10th inning, as the Mariners topped the A's, 3-2, in Tuesday night's series opener. Oakland starter Trevor Cahill tossed seven strong innings, but Seattle's Mike Zunino hit a game-tying two-run homer in the seventh. Edwin Diaz worked a perfect 10th to close out the win.
Mariners right fielder Mitch Haniger exited Tuesday night's 3-2 win over the A's in the bottom of the fifth inning, not long after he was hit on his right wrist by a pitch from Oakland starter Trevor Cahill.
The Mariners' search to fill their second-base position took another turn Tuesday as Dee Gordon was placed on the 10-day disabled list with a fractured right big toe.
Can James Paxton be a legitimate -- and much-needed -- ace? Mariners fans are curious in the latest Inbox.
After being handcuffed by Francisco Liriano on one hit for eight scoreless innings, the Mariners pulled out a 3-2, 11-inning win over the Tigers with some late fireworks on Sunday at Safeco Field. Dee Gordon singled off Tigers reliever Buck Farmer leading off the 11th, stole second and scored on Jean Segura's walk-off base hit down the first base line. The Mariners are 3-0 in extra-inning games this season.
Nelson Cruz's stop-and-start season was back on hold Sunday as the Mariners designated hitter sat out the series finale against the Tigers with a sore elbow after getting hit by a pitch in Saturday's 7-2 win.
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.
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James Paxton didn't have no-hit stuff, but the Mariners lefty had more than enough to stifle the Tigers on Saturday night as his teammates provided plenty of hits -- and some pretty good glove work -- in a 7-2 victory at Safeco Field.
Mitch Haniger made one of the best catches so far this season in the fifth inning of Saturday's game against the Tigers, tumbling over the short fence down the right-field line to haul in a foul ball by Jose Iglesias.
With Dee Gordon moving to second base, Ben Gamel is going to get more consistent playing time in left field going forward for the Mariners. And the 26-year-old from Florida is, conveniently, heating up at just the right time.
Felix Hernandez recovered from a rough first inning and the Mariners' offense recovered from its own slumber with a five-run rally in the seventh as Seattle pulled out a 5-4 victory Friday at Safeco Field. Ben Gamel's two-run base hit got Seattle's comeback started, Dee Gordon drove in a run with a bases-loaded sacrifice fly, Jean Segura tied it with a run-scoring single and Mitch Haniger doubled in the go-ahead run.
Right-handed reliever Erik Goeddel, designated for assignment by the Mariners on Wednesday, was claimed off waivers by the Dodgers on Friday. The move comes one day after Los Angeles signed his brother, outfielder Tyler Goeddel, to a Minor League contract.
Jose Iglesias is quickly becoming a thorn in the Mariners' side as the Tigers shortstop delivered a go-ahead two-run single in the eighth inning Thursday in Detroit's 3-2 win in the series opener at Safeco Field. Marco Gonzales (3-3, 4.66 ERA) allowed just an unearned run on five hits over 5 2/3 innings in one of his best outings of the year and was in position for the win until Detroit rallied in the eighth.
With the news that Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano will serve an 80-game suspension and not be eligible for the postseason for violating Major League Baseball's Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program, the club has several options to consider.
Leonys Martin said he's talked to Robinson Cano and that he believes in his friend and former teammate. Martin, the Tigers' center fielder, says there's no way the Mariners' superstar second baseman masked performance-enhancing drugs with a diuretic Cano said was prescribed by a doctor in the Dominican Republic. Major League Baseball suspended Cano 80 games on Tuesday.
The Mariners returned to an eight-man bullpen on Thursday by selecting veteran right-handed reliever Ryan Cook from Triple-A Tacoma and optioning Christian Bergman back to Tacoma.
Here's MLB Pipeline's roundup of the top prospect performances in the Minor Leagues on Thursday.
The Astros are rolling, but they have close company in the American League West, with the Angels and Mariners keeping pace through the first quarter of the 2018 season. The A's are putting up a fight, rallying to stay in the mix, while the Rangers are lagging. Here's a peek at how each club has fared thus far, with a look ahead at what's next.
Christian Bergman gave the Mariners everything they could have hoped for with seven scoreless innings in a spot start on Wednesday afternoon. Unfortunately for Bergman, Seattle's offense didn't give him much in return as the Rangers pulled out a 5-1 victory to split the two-game Safeco Field series.
For Jean Segura, the call felt like a kick in the gut. Robinson Cano, a man he considers a brother, was letting him know that he was going to be suspended later Tuesday by Major League Baseball.
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Replacing Robinson Cano's bat wasn't an issue for one night, as the Mariners outslugged the Rangers, 9-8, in 11 innings in the opener of a two-game series on Tuesday night at Safeco Field. Without Cano, who received an 80-game suspension earlier in the day, and Nelson Cruz, who left with a bruised right foot, Seattle pounded out 15 hits. Texas scored a run in the 9th to tie the game and eventually force extras.
Robinson Cano has been suspended 80 games after testing positive for a banned substance, Major League Baseball announced on Tuesday.
The transition to center field hasn't always been easy for Dee Gordon this season, but the Mariners' leadoff man never imagined he'd be headed back to second base this quickly.
Major League Baseball recognized last week's top performers on Monday by announcing Mariners left-hander James Paxton and Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor as the American League co-Players of the Week and the Reds' Scooter Gennett as the National League Player of the Week, presented by W.B. Mason.
Wade LeBlanc went six innings in a pitchers' duel, as the Mariners beat the Twins in an April 8 makeup. Jake Odorizzi kept pace with LeBlanc, striking out seven over six scoreless frames of his own. Dee Gordon led off the eighth with a double and scored the lone run on Logan Morrison's throwing error on a sacrifice bunt.
MLB Pipeline's Prospect Team of the Week honors the best performances from the previous seven days. Any Minor Leaguer currently on an organization Top 30 Prospects list on our Prospect Watch is eligible.
James Paxton lost his string of no-hit and scoreless innings. The Mariners lost Robinson Cano to a broken bone in his hand after getting hit by a pitch. And Seattle saw its streak of not having lost a road series this season snapped by a 5-4 gut punch by the Tigers on Sunday at Comerica Park.
Yvette Jones doesn't mind waiting a week before throwing out the first pitch as the Mariners' 2018 Honorary Bat Girl since Seattle was on the road on Mother's Day on Sunday. But Jones has a message for women of all ages: Don't wait to get a mammogram.
Gordon Beckham, a nine-year Major League veteran who spent the first four seasons of his career as the White Sox starting second baseman, was promoted from Triple-A Tacoma on Monday to fill the roster spot created by Robinson Cano being placed on the disabled list.
Johnny Vander Meer's standing as the only Major League pitcher to throw back-to-back no-hitters withstood another challenge Sunday as Mariners lefty James Paxton allowed three singles and a pair of runs in the third inning against the Tigers.