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2017 Schedule
39-37, 2nd in AL West
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8hAlex Vigderman, Baseball Info Solutions

Ranking MLB defenses: Mariners

The M's offseason strategy to specifically improve their outfield defense has worked wonders. However, the second-worst group of catchers defensively this season is a problem area.

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Four hits the new norm for Valencia

Friday marked the fourth time Danny Valencia had at least four hits in a game this season, matching his career total in 656 games prior to this year. The last Seattle player with at least four four-hit games before the All-Star break was Ichiro Suzuki in 2006. (Elias Sports Bureau)

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16hMarly Rivera

Cruz: 'In the Dominican Republic, we live baseball'

Before he had four All-Star appearances, an ALCS MVP award and a home run title, Mariners slugger Nelson Cruz had to learn to adapt to a new culture. He tells Marly Rivera about the transition of moving to the U.S. two decades ago.


Mariners roll to 6th straight win, 13-3 over Astros

Felix Hernandez pitched six solid innings in his first start in nearly two months and was backed by home runs from Mike Zunino, Ben Gamel and Kyle Seager in the Seattle Mariners' 13-3 win over the Houston Astros on Friday night.

Mariners first-base coach takes a tumble (0:30)
Zunino sends no-doubter to left field (0:20)
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Has King Felix lost his magic touch?

Felix Hernandez (shoulder) is scheduled to make his first start since April 25 against the Astros on Friday. The right-hander hasn't been the same dominant pitcher he once was over the last two seasons.

Young Mariners fan draws praise from friends (0:18)

Cano HRs twice, Moore wins debut as Mariners top Tigers 9-6

Robinson Cano hit a grand slam and a two-run homer, Andrew Moore pitched seven effective innings to win in his big league debut and the Seattle Mariners held off the Detroit Tigers 9-6 on Thursday night for their fifth straight victory.

Miggy crushes two-run shot (0:22)
Cano powers Mariners with two homers (0:49)

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

It looks like the Mariners will climb over .500 for the first time all season as Robinson Cano cracks a grand slam off Francisco Rodriguez to give them a 9-3 lead. Cano actually shook his head on contact, thinking he had just missed it, but the ball sailed just over the fence. Did somebody say the balls might be full of rabbits?


BBTN: Hinch on shifts, Puig and Dyson buck unwritten rules

Before a conversation between Jessica Mendoza and Astros manager A.J. Hinch about defensive shifts, Buster Olney and Jerry Crasnick discuss the Matt Adams conundrum in Atlanta, the Mets' displeasure with Yasiel Puig and more. Plus, Bob Kendrick, president of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, talks about the importance of the partnership between the museum, MLB and its players association.

Sutcliffe: No problem with Dyson's bunt (1:19)

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Jarrod Dyson breaks up Justin Verlander's perfect game with a one-out bunt single in the sixth, perfectly placed past Verlander and too far for Miguel Cabrera to make a play. And, no, Dyson didn't break any sacred rules. You're trying to win a game here.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

We're seeing vintage Justin Verlander tonight at Safeco Field. He's perfect through five innings with nine strikeouts, hitting 97 mph and blowing his fastball past the Mariners on several occasions. He's at 76 pitches, so he'll run up a high pitch count if he keeps this going.

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Segura activated and starting Wednesday

The Seattle Mariners have activated SS Jean Segura off the disabled list and he will bat leadoff Wednesday night against the Tigers. Segura had been on the 10-day DL since suffering a high ankle sprain on June 1.

 Is Mike Zunino's hot streak for real? (0:56)

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2676th
On Base Percentage.3375th
Slugging Percentage.42019th
Earned Run Average4.6521st
Quality Starts2627th

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