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Settling the Score: Friday's results

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With two days remaining in the regular season, the Mariners are still alive. Kendrys Morales, Michael Saunders, and Dustin Ackley all homered as Seattle hung on for 4-3 win over the Angels last night in Anaheim. 202 more words

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2014 Mariners Award Winners

Prior to Friday’s Fan Appreciation Game, several players were recognized for their outstanding accomplishments during the 2014 season. Here are some photos of the players that were honored tonight: 77 more words

Mariners snap five-game losing streak, stay mathematically alive for now

It’s probably too little too late, but the Mariners snapped their five-game losing streak this afternoon with a 7-5 win over the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre in Toronto. 158 more words

Mariners Shift the LoMomentum!

The Seattle Mariners (82-70) won in dramatic fashion against the Los Angeles Angels (95-58) Thursday night at Angels Stadium in Anaheim. The M’s took the game by a final score of 3-1. 906 more words


Logan Morrison Keeps Mariners Pushing Towards Playoffs

Thursday night’s game felt familiar for the Seattle Mariners, and not in a good way. Felix Hernandez went seven scoreless innings against a AAA lineup, but he left the game in a 0-0 tie and – yet another – no decision. 373 more words


Athletics Survive The Weekend

The Oakland Athletics survived a weekend where they could have lost the lead in the A.L. Wild Card race.  Oakland took two out of three with the clinching win, a 4-0 shutout behind Jon Lester and Sean Doolittle on Sunday afternoon.   124 more words

It’s Still the Offense, Stupid

Last night, when Fernando Rodney walked his fourth batter, most Mariners fans thought what my wife said aloud— “I hate him!”. Why did manager Lloyd McClendon leave his closer in, whom was obviously struggling? 301 more words

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