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Promising young outfielders Braden Bishop and Ian Miller and right-handed relievers Art Warren and Matt Festa are among the 22 non-roster players invited to the Mariners' big league camp when Spring Training opens next month, the club announced Tuesday.
Jim Callis asked numerous front-office executives to identify baseball's best defensive prospect to help determine MLB Pipeline's 2018 All-Defense Team.
The Mariners came to contract agreements with all five of their remaining arbitration-eligible players prior to Friday's deadline to exchange contract figures, making this the fourth consecutive year the club avoided any arbitration hearings.
Jerry Dipoto has built a reputation as the most prolific trader in the Major Leagues in his 28 months as Mariners general manager, so it's probably not surprising that some of his 62 deals have come under unusual circumstances.
Daniel Vogelbach doesn't have nearly as clear a path to making the Mariners' Opening Day roster this spring, but the first-base prospect does appear to have a clearer mind as to how to make that happen as Spring Training nears.
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Who do the Mariners have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Seattle's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
Christian Bergman, who made eight fill-in starts for an injury-plagued Mariners rotation last year, has re-signed with Seattle on a Minor League deal that includes an invitation to Major League camp next month.
While almost all of their Minor League coaching staffs will return intact next season, the Mariners on Wednesday announced the hiring of several new Minor League coordinators, including hitting coordinator Hugh Quattlebaum and organization pitching coach Cody Buckel.
Outfielder Eric Filia, one of the Mariners' fast-rising prospects, was suspended for 50 games without pay on Friday following a second positive test for a drug of abuse, in violation of the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.
New Era unveiled the new PROLIGHT 59FIFTY that players will be wearing this spring, a fitted cap featuring a new featherweight polyester material that is the lightest on-field fabric in MLB history.
While questions remain regarding their starting rotation, the Mariners appear to have one of their deepest and most-talented bullpens in years lined up for 2018.
Gordon's switch to CF may be quite successful
A Mariners team that needed a club-record 17 starting pitchers to get through an injury-plagued 2017 season has plenty of rotation options returning for the upcoming season.
While it's early to be talking lineup construction with Spring Training still five weeks away, putting together a likely Opening Day nine for the Mariners is not only possible, but probably accurate given the offseason work of general manager Jerry Dipoto.
Wayne Norton was a baseball lifer. Norton, a driving force behind the development of baseball in his native Canada, passed away Saturday at the age of 75, nearly three years after being diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease).
While the Mariners are taking a cautious approach with top prospect Kyle Lewis as he works his way back from major knee surgery that slowed the start of his pro career, the 22-year-old outfielder said Friday he's feeling strong and ready for the start of Spring Training next month.
Wayne Norton, a highly respected international scout who covered Canada for the past 17 years for the Mariners, has died at age 75, the club confirmed on Saturday.
The Mariners are once again taking to the road for three weeks in January to meet fans and sign autographs on the annual Mariners Caravan across the state of Washington.
Cruz, Seager celebrate their HRs with bear hugs
Jerry Dipoto is well aware of the fan perception that the Mariners need to add to their starting rotation in the current free-agency period, but Seattle's general manager noted on his latest Wheelhouse Podcast on Wednesday that last year's late-season additions already have greatly boosted the pitching staff.
Flash back to when Seattle signed Ichiro
Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto had success converting hard-throwing starters Edwin Diaz and Dan Altavilla to relief roles in the past two years, but he admits that a similar path with 6-foot-8 right-hander Max Povse didn't pan out last season.
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Jamie Moyer had an amazing, perhaps even unique, talent for being underrated. No matter how many times people called him underrated -- and that word was used countless times in his 7,000-season career -- he remained underrated. No matter how much credit you want to give him, he was probably still better than you remember.
"Consistent" is a commonly used compliment in the baseball world, but rarely is consistency actually measured or recognized. Of course, consistency only matters if a player is consistently good, but those who fit that description offer their teams a reliable producer who can be counted on to perform every year. That's enormously valuable, even for a player whose ceiling might not be as high as some others. But who is the most consistent hitter in the Majors?
Here are the five biggest questions facing the Mariners going into 2018.
Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto and manager Scott Servais are big believers in analytics. They crunch the numbers as much as any front office in baseball. But a couple numbers wound up crunching the Mariners in 2017.