2/5/2016 | TV voice Sims talks Black History Month
February is Black History Month, a time to celebrate the achievements of African Americans in U.S. history. Veteran journalist Dave Sims, who is preparing for his 10th season as the Mariners' television play-by-play announcer, took time this week to talk about the importance of Black History Month, as well as remembering the notable accomplishments of black Americans in Major League Baseball.
2/5/2016 | Inbox: Who is Mariners' top breakout candidate?
Who has the best breakout potential for the Mariners this season? What's the plan for Mike Zunino? Beat reporter Greg Johns fields these questions and more from readers.
2/4/2016 | Mariners expect big things from young Boog
When new Mariners skipper Scott Servais and general manager Jerry Dipoto preach to their players this season about the need to control the strike zone, work pitchers and ultimately do whatever to get on base more often, they'll find a ready pupil in Boog Powell.
2/3/2016 | Mariners ink Korean slugger Lee to Minors deal
General manager Jerry Dipoto's search for a right-handed hitting first baseman to platoon with Adam Lind has turned international, as the Mariners announced Wednesday that they have agreed to terms with Korean slugger Dae-Ho Lee on a one-year Minor League deal with an invitation to big league Spring Training.
2/2/2016 | Mariners scout Norton elected to Canadian HOF
Longtime Mariners scout Wayne Norton has been elected to join the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame in a ceremony that will take place June 18 in Ontario.
2/2/2016 | Sims on road to recovery following prostate cancer surgery
A familiar face was missing at last weekend's FanFest as veteran broadcaster Dave Sims, who has been the Mariners television play-by-play man the past nine years, remained home in New York recovering from prostate cancer surgery.
2/1/2016 | Cishek ready to return to closer's role
Of the many newcomers dotting the Mariners' roster for the upcoming season, the one with the most pressure to perform might be Steve Cishek. And that's just fine with the sidearming right-hander, who leaped at the chance to sign with Seattle once he heard it wanted him to fill the closer's role.