The Mariners are the latest team to show interest in free agent reliever Joakim Soria, MLB Network's Jon Morosi tweets. …
by: Chris Phillips — Pacific Northwest Sports 12h
There is top-tier talent available, but those players remain unsigned just weeks before Major League Baseball spring training begins.
by: Ryota Nishino — Fansided: SoDo Mojo 17h
Due to the pandemic, life has changed a lot for people. The MLB had to make drastic adjustments last year to make baseball happen and the Seattle Mariners ...
by: Brent Stecker — MY Northwest 19h
If you expected big moves by the Mariners, it's been a disappointing offseason. Brent Stecker explains why he's actually encouraged by it.
by: Kate Preusser — SB Nation: Lookout Landing 23h
And birbs. Because it’s Sunday.
by: Ryota Nishino — Fansided: SoDo Mojo 16 Jan
Kyle Lewis of the Seattle Mariners recently made MLB Network's Top 10 center fielders (right now) list, but other experts think otherwise. FanGraphs, a ver...
by: Anders Jorstad — SB Nation: Lookout Landing 16 Jan
One of the top free agent pitchers finds a new home.
by: Shannon Drayer — MY Northwest 16 Jan
Mariners insider Shannon Drayer details reported international signings the team made Friday as well a look at other AL West teams.
by: Ben Arthur, Seattle P-I — Seattle Post Intelligencer 16 Jan
Every Mariners' 40-man roster player is now under contract for 2021.
by: Willie Keeler — Fansided: SoDo Mojo 15 Jan
Today was the MLB deadline for teams to negotiate deals with arbitration-eligible players and the Seattle Mariners settled contracts with all three arbitra...
by: N/A — MLB: Mariners 15 Jan
Two hundred of baseball's top prospects, representing all 30 teams, participated in the 30th edition of the Rookie Program this week. The joint venture between Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association was held virtually after taking...
Mariners reach agreements with three arbitration eligible players — J.P. Crawford, Tom Murphy and Rafael Montero
by: Ryan Divish — The Seattle Times 15 Jan
The Mariners have all the players on their 40-man roster under contract or club control.
by: Kate Preusser — SB Nation: Lookout Landing 15 Jan
For the seventh straight season, the Mariners will not be going to arbitration with any of their players
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Special moment. Above all it’s about family and the bonds between competitors who love the game.As Tom Brady and Drew Brees hug and say goodbye after a long talk on the field, Brady throws a touchdown pass to Brees’ son. One walks off to play in the NFC championship, the other stays to play with his kids. https://t.co/wdWDro9YD4Player
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RT @BrentStecker: New column on the Mariners. My goal with this isn't to change the opinions of those who think the M's needed to do more than they have this offseason, which hasn't been much. I just have a different perspective on it that I wanted to voice. https://t.co/dH0XFbudaXTV / Radio Network
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