Seattle Mariners

Mariners Add Kristopher Negron To Player Development Staff

The Mariners announced Tuesday that they’ve hired recently retired infielder/outfielder Kristopher Negron as an assistant to director of player development Andy McKay. In his new role, the 33-year-old Negron will assist “in all aspects...

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Mlb's Ryan Costello Dead At 23

Ryan Costello, a third baseman who was drafted by the Seattle Mariners and traded to the Minnesota Twins a year later, has been found dead at the age of 23. Ryan was in New Zealand to play for the Auckland Tuatara of the Australian Baseball League...

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Mariners Rumors: Haniger, Gonzales

Although he’s coming off a season filled with adversity, Mariners outfielder Mitch Haniger remains an appealing trade target around the league, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports (subscription link). The Mariners would consider trading...
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Payroll Notes: Diamondbacks, Cubs, Mariners

Zack Greinke is off the books. Ill-fated Cuban signee Yasmany Tomas will be off the books after next season. The Diamondbacks avoided doubling-down with pricey extensions for former core performers Paul Goldschmidt, Patrick Corbin, and A.J. Pollock....
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Mariners Announce Coaching Changes

The Mariners have unveiled their coaching staff for the 2020 season, with three new faces joining the crew.  Paul Woodward will replace Paul Davis as Seattle’s pitching coach, as Davis will take on a new position as the organization’s...

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Offseason Outlook: Seattle Mariners

MLBTR is publishing Offseason Outlooks for all 30 teams.  Click here to read the other entries in this series. The Seattle Mariners burst onto the scene in 2019, providing us with a valuable reminder about the importance of sample size as they...

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Mariners Claim Phillips Valdez

The Mariners announced today that they have claimed righty Phillips Valdez off waivers from the Rangers. He becomes the latest player to be pared from the Texas 40-man roster. Valdez, who’ll soon turn 28, cracked the majors briefly last year...

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Angels Acquire Parker Markel

The Angels announced that right-hander Parker Markel has been acquired from the Pirates in exchange for cash considerations. The 29-year-old Markel will change teams for the second time in 2019, after first going from the Mariners to the Pirates on...
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Ryon Healy, Keon Broxton Elect Free Agency

Mariners corner infielder Ryon Healy and outfielder Keon Broxton both elected free agency rather than accept an outright assignment, the team announced. Both players went unclaimed on waivers and will be free to sign with any club this...

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Al West Notes: Mariners, Maddon, Newhan, Andrus

The Mariners will be looking for veteran pitching this winter, The Athletic’s Corey Brock writes, though they’ll be focusing on relatively inexpensive hurlers on one-year deals as the rebuilding team will give priority to its younger...

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Mariners Shut Down Top Prospect Julio Rodriguez

Mariners outfield prospect Julio Rodriguez has been shut down for the final week of the Arizona Fall League season due to a minor lower back strain, according to Greg Johns of MLB.com. Evidently, the organization is handling Rodriguez much in the...

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Baseball’s Saddest Record Finally Belongs To Its Most Deserving Team

Getty Images The list of current MLB teams which have never won a World Series is fairly short: the Washington Nationals, Tampa Rays, Milwaukee Brewers, San Diego Padres, Colorado Rockies, Seattle Mariners and Texas Rangers have never tasted a...

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Mariners Rumors: Gordon, Mallex, Santana, Pitching

The Mariners were among the majors’ most active teams last offseason as general manager Jerry Dipoto began executing a plan to “re-imagine” his roster. With the club now on the heels of a 68-win season, Dipoto has indicated...
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Cameron Maybin Hopes To Re-sign With Yankees

Veteran outfielder Cameron Maybin went through a difficult few months leading up to the 2019 campaign. After Maybin didn’t produce enough with the Marlins or Mariners last year to merit a major league contract, he languished on the free-agent...
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Three Needs: Toronto Blue Jays

We’re continuing with our “Three Needs” series, in which we take a look at the chief issues to be addressed for clubs that have fallen out of contention. We’ve already focused on the Mariners, Tigers, White...
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Jerry Dipoto Discusses Mariners’ Offseason

It was four years ago today that Jerry Dipoto has hired as the Mariners’ general manager, and Dipoto has since become known for his trade-heavy style in his attempts to first build, and (in the last year) rebuild Seattle’s roster.  If...

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Felix Hernandez Becomes Emotional Leaving Mound In Likely Final Start As A Seattle Mariner

Felix Hernandez wore his heart on his sleeve in what was likely his final start in a Seattle Mariners uniform on Thursday night.       

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Al Notes: Orioles, Yandy, Bosox, Wilson, Mariners

Orioles executive VP John Angelos seemingly put an end to any speculation that the team could be moved, as he told a collection of Baltimore business leaders today that the O’s would remain in the city “as long as Fort McHenry is...

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Three Needs: Philadelphia Phillies

We’re continuing with our “Three Needs” series, in which we take a look at the chief issues to be addressed for clubs that have fallen out of contention. We’ve already focused on the Mariners, Tigers, White...
Related topics: Philadelphia Phillies, Detroit Tigers, Pittsburgh Pirates, Kansas City Royals

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John Smoltz Tells Great Story About His Failed No-hitter And A Zagnut Bar

John Smoltz on Wednesday night shared a great story about the closest he came to throwing a no-hitter. Smoltz was in MLB Network’s studios providing commentary as Zack Greinke took a no-hitter into the 9th inning against the Seattle Mariners....

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