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Mariners Fight Back to Take Series Finale Against the Nationals

The Seattle Mariners (73-62) once again proved the doubters wrong, battling back from a 2-run deficit to win 5-3 in the series finale against the Washington Nationals (77-58). 790 more words


The Home Stretch

By Michael Cummings

The Mariners have a chance to do something this year that they haven’t done for a long time-make the playoffs. Thanks to some strong hitting in the second half, and absolutely deadly pitching, the beloved M’s could very well make a case for a deep playoffs run. 331 more words


Do the Seattle Mariners Have the Best Pitching Staff in Baseball?

Dependent on how you measure “the best” will determine which pitching staff you believe is above all others.

In the simplest way of looking at it, the Seattle Mariners are the best. 337 more words

Current Events

Mariners Complete Sweep Of Red Sox

BOSTON (AP) — Dustin Ackley sure loved facing the Red Sox pitching.

Ackley had three hits and scored three runs, Seattle’s bullpen was sharp for the second straight day and the Mariners beat Boston 8-6 on Sunday for the Red Sox’s eighth straight loss. 721 more words


Beantown Beatdown Continues; Mariners Sweep Sox

The Seattle Mariners (71-58) completed their three game sweep of the Boston Red Sox (56-74) at Fenway Sunday winning 8-6. The Mariners accomplished something they have never done in the history of the franchise Sunday, sweeping the BoSox in Boston. 952 more words


Refuse to Lose; Mariners Pull Off Miracle Comeback in Boston

The Seattle Mariners (69-58) overcame a 3-run 9th inning deficit to win 5-3 Friday night against the Boston Red Sox (56-72). The Mariners kicked off the weekend set against the Sox the right way, and in the process snapped a 9 game losing streak at Fenway Park with the win tonight. 747 more words


Iwakuma Fans Season-High 11, M's Top Phillies 5-2

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Mariners gave Hisashi Iwakuma an early lead and the pitcher took it from there.

Iwakuma struck out a season-high 11 batters in eight scoreless innings and Kyle Seager homered to lead the Seattle Mariners to a 5-2 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Tuesday night. 579 more words