8/22/2014 | Red Sox have mixed results with replay vs. Mariners
The Red Sox nearly struck first Friday night against Felix Hernandez and the Mariners when Xander Bogaerts ripped an 0-2 inside fastball down the line, but well above the foul pole and Green Monster in left during the second inning.
8/22/2014 | Cano thrilled to participate in tour of Japan
Robinson Cano said that when he was asked to play in a five-game All-Star Series against Japan's national team this coming November, he didn't need to think twice.
8/22/2014 | McClendon says club officially entering stretch run
With 36 games remaining in their season as the Mariners open a three-game set against the Red Sox on Friday, manager Lloyd McClendon said his club is officially entering the stretch run.
8/22/2014 | Saunders to miss several more days with illness
Mariners right fielder Michael Saunders has been sidelined midway through his Minor League rehab stint with Triple-A Tacoma due to an illness that has already caused him to miss two games, Seattle manager Lloyd McClendon said Friday.
8/22/2014 | Revitalized Young looks to shut down Red Sox
Chris Young, who has had a strong comeback season, will try to shut down the Red Sox. Brandon Workman looks to end Boston's six-game losing streak on Saturday afternoon at Fenway Park.
8/22/2014 | Mariners' ninth-inning rally stuns Red Sox
A few hours after saying the stretch drive for the playoffs was now on, Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon watched in amazement as his club scored five times in the top of the ninth off All-Star closer Koji Uehara to pull out a 5-3 stunner over the Red Sox on Friday night.
8/21/2014 | Reborn Young helping key Mariners' hunt for October
If you're searching for one of the biggest reasons the Mariners are 10 games over .500 and thick in the hunt for their first postseason berth in 13 years as the calendar rolls toward late August, just look up. Then look a little higher. That's where you'll find Chris Young.
8/21/2014 | MLB stars commit to 'All-Star Series' in Japan
Robinson Cano, Adam Jones, Albert Pujols and Yasiel Puig will highlight a group of MLB stars, led by Rangers manager Ron Washington, who will travel to Japan in November to take part in a five-game All-Star Series against Japan's national team, Samurai Japan.
8/20/2014 | Paxton takes first loss as Mariners fall in Philly
James Paxton struggled with his command and the Mariners were stifled by the Phillies' bullpen in a 4-3 loss on Wednesday at Citizens Bank Park.
8/20/2014 | Mariners release potential playoff ticket information
With six weeks remaining in the regular season and the Mariners in contention for their first playoff berth since 2001, Major League Baseball has granted permission for the club to begin offering tickets to potential postseason games at Safeco Field.
8/20/2014 | Zunino proving adept at getting plunked
Mike Zunino goes up to the plate looking for hits, not looking to get hit. But that hasn't stopped the Mariners' catcher from getting plunked 14 times this season, the most in the American League entering Wednesday.
8/20/2014 | McClendon gives Ackley rest for finale
Though Dustin Ackley has been swinging a hot bat of late, Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon gave the outfielder a day off from the starting lineup on Wednesday to rest a sore back and also take advantage of Thursday's off-day.
8/20/2014 | Felix in search of more dominance vs. Red Sox
Felix Hernandez will return to the hill on Friday at Fenway Park as the Mariners open up a weekend series against Joe Kelly and the Red Sox.
8/20/2014 | MLB Notebook: Iwakuma follows King's lead
Hisashi Iwakuma fanned 11 in eight scoreless innings and picked up his 12th win on Tuesday. He and Felix Hernandez are on pace to become the third set of teammates in the live-ball era to each finish the year with a sub-1.00 WHIP.
8/19/2014 | Prospect Peterson drives in five in Double-A twin bill
Third baseman D.J. Peterson, the Mariners' No. 3 prospect, collected four hits and drove in five runs in two games Tuesday, helping Double-A Jackson split a doubleheader at Huntsville.
8/19/2014 | McClendon mastering art of bullpen management
Going with an eight-man bullpen for much of the last two months has provided Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon the luxury of having multiple choices and the ability to keep that group from being overused as the season stretches toward late August.
8/19/2014 | Mariners practice patience in Saunders' rehab
Right fielder Michael Saunders went 0-for-3 with two walks for Triple-A Tacoma in Monday's 6-2 victory at Round Rock in his ninth rehab start as he continues working back from a strained oblique muscle that landed him on the 15-day disabled list on July 11.
8/19/2014 | In Philly, Cano thanks Bowa with timely gift
Robinson Cano is one of baseball's biggest stars, but Seattle's $240 million man hasn't forgotten the people who've helped him get to where he's at now as a six-time All-Star.
8/19/2014 | Mariners stay in Wild Card tie on Iwakuma's gem
Hisashi Iwakuma showed once again the value of efficiency as the Mariners' starter chalked up eight shutout innings as Seattle topped the Phillies, 5-2, on Tuesday and stayed in a tie for the American League's second Wild Card spot.
8/19/2014 | Pipeline Perspectives: Jackson has immense potential
It's time for some new names in the discussion of baseball's top corner-outfield prospect, and they don't get much newer than Alex Jackson. Jim Callis says Jackson will provide more offense than any of his challengers.
8/18/2014 | Iwakuma set to lead Mariners against Phillies
The Phillies and Mariners square off in the second game of the three-game Interleague series, with Seattle's Hisashi Iwakuma facing Philadelphia's A.J. Burnett on Tuesday.
8/18/2014 | Mariners drop opener to fall into Wild Card tie
Rookie starter Roenis Elias got through just four innings in his first game back with the Mariners on Monday and Seattle's outstanding bullpen couldn't save the day this time as the Phillies rolled to a 4-1 victory in the opening game of an Interleague series at Citizens Bank Ballpark.
8/18/2014 | Felix good to go for Friday's start in Boston
Mariners ace Felix Hernandez said Monday his hip is fine after taking a one-hopper off the bat of Ian Kinsler in the fourth inning of his last start on Saturday in Detroit.
8/18/2014 | Mariners to mix up rotation order in Boston
Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon confirmed that veteran right-hander Hisashi Iwakuma will move ahead in the rotation later this week and start Sunday's series finale in Boston, which will push rookie Roenis Elias back a day.
8/18/2014 | Mariners bring back Elias, send Jones to Triple-A
Mariners left-hander Roenis Elias was recalled from Triple-A Tacoma as expected for Monday's start against the Phillies at Citizens Bank Park.
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