After sitting out the first two weeks of Arizona Fall League action to work on strengthening his surgically repaired right knee, Mariners top prospect Kyle Lewis wasted no time making an impact in his Monday debut for the Peoria Javelinas.
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After 42 years in Major League Baseball, including the last 20 with the Mariners, executive vice president of business operations Bob Aylward announced on Monday that he's retiring.
One of the critical questions facing the Mariners this offseason isn't new, but it does loom large. Can James Paxton stay healthy enough to anchor Seattle's rotation going forward?
Kyle Lewis and Braden Bishop hope to soon become annual Spring Training regulars at the Peoria Sports Complex. The pair of Seattle Mariners prospects did their part in getting the home crowd used to their names, helping key the Peoria Javelinas to an Arizona Fall League victory on Monday afternoon.
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Mariners top prospect Kyle Lewis hasn't played in the first six games of the Arizona Fall League as he works to strengthen his surgically repaired right knee, but the young outfielder is expected to begin seeing action for the Peoria Javelinas next week.
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After a breakout season in 2017, Yonder Alonso isn't sure where he's headed as he hits free agency for the first time this offseason. But the 30-year-old first baseman certainly would welcome the chance to return to the Mariners after playing the final seven weeks of the season in Seattle.
John Stanton describes his first full season as the CEO of the Mariners as a "roller coaster." But the man who heads the club's ownership group remains fully behind the efforts of general manager Jerry Dipoto and manager Scott Servais despite a disappointing finish in 2017.
General manager Jerry Dipoto likely won't make quite as many moves this winter as he did the past two offseasons, but that doesn't mean the Mariners won't find themselves in the middle of numerous Hot Stove scenarios as they look to improve a club that fell short of expectations in 2017.
Mariners outfielder Guillermo Heredia underwent surgery on his right shoulder in Miami on Monday and is expected to be ready for Spring Training in February.
Nick Neidert has been selected as the Mariner's top pitching prospect, with Daniel Vogelbach taking home hitting prospect of the year honors.
While the nucleus of the Mariners' roster figures to remain in place next year as general manager Jerry Dipoto continues building around a core of established players returning, one change appears inevitable.
Bench coach Tim Bogar and first-base coach Casey Candaele will not return to the Mariners' coaching staff next season, the club announced Tuesday.
The Safeco Field playing surface will be getting a complete makeover this offseason for the first time since the stadium opened in 1999, with work scheduled to get underway Thursday.
Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto noted Tuesday that the Major League game is changing for pitchers' usage and more of a "wolf pack" mentality is needed when it comes to accumulating a larger group of quality starters as well as a bullpen capable of covering additional innings.
The Mariners made more roster moves and used more players than any other team in the Majors in 2017. But in the end, all that churn didn't help Seattle get where it wanted, as it missed the postseason for a 16th straight year, the longest drought in baseball.
In the end, the Mariners' 2017 season wound up being about a club that carried high expectations and looked good at times but couldn't quite put everything together.
The Angels' offense erupted for six runs in the seventh against the Mariners' bullpen, leading to a 6-2 victory in Sunday's regular-season finale at Angel Stadium.
While Nelson Cruz and Robinson Cano both hit their 300th career home runs this season, outfielder Jacob Hannemann and catcher Mike Marjama are at the other end of the spectrum.
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Kyle Seager and Yonder Alonso launched back-to-back home runs to highlight a five-run eighth inning that propelled the Mariners to a 6-4 comeback win over the Angels on Saturday night at Angel Stadium.
Mitch Haniger seems intent on finishing what he started this year, which is to say, a really strong rookie campaign.
As a handful of players are loosening up on the field, getting in some early running four hours before game time, Kevin Cremin is busily setting up the gear and testing the equipment for the Mariners' radio crew in the visitors' broadcast booth at Angel Stadium.
Veteran right-hander Hisashi Iwakuma underwent surgery to repair the right shoulder issue that sidelined him most of the season on Wednesday, the Mariners announced Friday.
Mike Trout's second homer of the game and Luis Valbuena's pinch-hit, two-run double led a four-run eighth inning that vaulted the Angels to a 6-5 comeback victory over the Mariners in Friday night's series opener at Angel Stadium.
Gordon Beckham has played nearly a thousand games in his nine-year Major League career, most of them with the White Sox team that drafted him with the eighth overall selection in 2008. But Beckham took a little extra pride in his one and only start so far with the Mariners on Tuesday.
Erasmo Ramirez wasn't as sharp in his final start of the season on Wednesday in a 6-5 walk-off loss to the A's, but the newly re-acquired right-hander clearly has pushed himself into the Mariners' rotation picture going into next year.
Mariners outfielder Guillermo Heredia is going to need surgery on his right shoulder, manager Scott Servais said Wednesday, but the expectation is he'll be ready for the start of Spring Training in February.
Mark Canha hit a solo homer in the ninth to give the A's their 11th walk-off win of the season, a 6-5 victory over the Mariners on Wednesday afternoon at Oakland Coliseum.
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If this was James Paxton's swan song for 2017, he ended as Felix Hernandez did the night before with a solid showing and a bittersweet reminder of what might have been had Seattle's top two pitchers stayed healthy through a frustrating season.