MARINERS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Padres, Mariners set for Memorial Day matinee

It hasn't been an enjoyable holiday weekend for the Seattle Mariners, and if it ends on a similar note, they're going to be looking at their longest losing streak since the first eight games of the season.Home struggles are complicating their otherwise promising year in the AL West, which they'll try to begin correcting Monday in the first of four games against the San Diego Padres...
Via Fox Sports
2 hours ago  |  Discuss

 Reaction: How the Heck did that Happen? Mariners swept by Twins

Had anyone told me that the Seattle Mariners (28-20) would get swept and handily defeated by the Minnesota Twins (14-24) this weekend against Felix Hernandez, Wade Miley, and Taijuan Walker I would have thought that you weren’t aware of how dominant the M’s have been and there was no way that was going to happen. But, that is exactly what happened. The feckless Twins came into...
Via Seattle Side Up!
3 hours ago

Mariners unable to reverse trend at home

There's no big mystery why the Mariners got swept in a three-game series by the previously struggling Twins this weekend. Seattle's starting pitchers combined for a 10.05 ERA and allowed seven home runs in the three losses.
Via Mariners.com
4 hours ago

28-21: The Mariners didn't beat the Twins, because there was only one of them

Taijuan had a rough Sunday, and the M's lost to the Twins, 5-4. Cano hit #15, and Vidal Nuno looked...fine. Lloyd McClendon's hat: Robinson Cano (.070 WPA) Eric Wedge's 'stache: Taijuan Walker (-.380 WPA) Jerry's: (1 M's hitter BB + 8 M's pitcher K) - (2 Twins BB + 9 Twins pitcher K) = -2? Well the Mariners did not, in fact, win today. That means they just got swept, at home...
Via Lookout Landing
7 hours ago

Rangers trade Patrick Kivlehan back to Mariners

American League West rivals Seattle and Texas collaborated on a trade on Sunday, one that will send infielder Patrick Kivlehan back to the Mariners for cash considerations or a player to be named later, according to the Mariners. To clear space for Kivlehan on their 40-man roster, the Mariners also transferred right-hander Evan Scribner to the 60-day disabled list. The Rangers...
Via Today's Knuckleball
9 hours ago

Mariners bring back Kivlehan from Texas

The Mariners reacquired Minor League infielder Patrick Kivlehan from the Rangers on Sunday in a trade for a player to be named or cash. Right-hander Evan Scribner was transferred to the 60-day disabled list to make room on the 40-man roster.
Via Mariners.com
9 hours ago

Marte ready for rehab stint at Triple-A

After a week on the disabled list, Mariners shortstop Ketel Marte said his sprained left thumb feels fully recovered, and he'll play rehab games for Triple-A Tacoma from Tuesday through Friday before rejoining the club.
Via Mariners.com
10 hours ago

M's lose a weirdo game on totally normal double play, whatever, don't worry about it

The Twins beat the Mariners on Saturday, 6-5 Well, the Mariners of Seattle again did not win a baseball game against the worst team in the game. They did not win this here baseball game because Wade Miley had himself one of them games, and also they did not win the game because of this: M's had runner on third with less than two outs for six hitters and got two runs: one on Clevenger...
Via Lookout Landing
15 hours ago

28-20: Chart

The Seattle Mariners remain in first place Well Isn't This: Kyle Seager (0.28 WPA) Ironic: Shawn O'Malley (-0.59 WPA) The Seattle Mariners gave away a game for all nine innings and the Twins, despite their best efforts, eventually took the gift. Minnesota Nice only goes so far. You'll get a recap in the morning, because I'm sure you're ready for that.
Via Lookout Landing
1 day ago

Dean outshines Hernandez as Twins down Mariners

SEATTLE (AP) Pat Dean was making his second big league start, pitching for a Twins team that had four road victories and was facing Seattle ace Felix Hernandez before a revved-up Mariners crowd of more than 40,000. The rookie left-hander was up to the challenge. Robbie Grossman's bases-loaded double keyed a five-run third and Dean pitched effectively for seven innings for his first...
Via Associated Press
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Robinson Cano Takes 150 Kids to the Movies

The Seattle Mariners weren’t scheduled to play Thursday and Robinson Cano did what any of us would do with a day off from work. He took in a movie. However, what separates me and you going to the local multiplex from what the All-Star second baseman did is easy…dude partnered up with Seattle Seahawks rookie running back C.J. Prosise to treat 150 kids to an advance screening of...
Via Hall of Very Good
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Mariners recall Stefen Romero; place Leonys Martin on 15-day DL

The Seattle Mariners have placed outfielder Leonys Martin on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left hamstring; the club will recall outfielder Stefen Romero from Triple-A Tacoma. OF Stefen Romero has been recalled from AAA Tacoma. OF Leonys Martin has been placed on the 15-day disabled list (strained left hamstring). — MarinersPR (@MarinersPR) May 28, 2016 The Mariners...
Via Today's Knuckleball
2 days ago

Martin homers in 9th, Mariners rally to beat A's 6-5

SEATTLE (AP) Leonys Martin hit a game-ending, two-run homer in the ninth inning to give the Seattle Mariners a 6-5 comeback victory over the Oakland Athletics on Tuesday night. Seattle trailed 5-2 after seven innings but got a two-run homer from Robinson Cano in the eighth inning. Oakland closer Ryan Madson (2-1) came on in the ninth and got two quick outs before Norichika Aoki...
Via Associated Press
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Leonys Martin Stopped Being a Slap Hitter

I keep a little notebook next to my computer, so I can keep track of potential things to write about. Generally, topics break down into two categories: there are the topics that practically need to be written about, and there are the possible topics to monitor. Maybe those need bigger sample sizes; maybe those just need to become more interesting. Some of those topics turn into posts...
Via Fangraphs
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Three reasons for the Seattle Mariners’ hot start

The Major League Baseball season is a quarter over already, and the Seattle Mariners find themselves not only on the right side of .500 but in first place in the A.L. West.  At 26-17, the Seattle Mariners are ½ game behind the Baltimore Orioles for the best record in the entire American League.  They’ve done it unusually by being monsters on the road.  The Mariners are the...
Via isportsweb.com
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Mariners place Marte on 15-day DL, recall Taylor

CINCINNATI (AP) The Seattle Mariners placed shortstop Ketel Marte on the 15-day disabled list with a sprained left thumb and recalled infielder Chris Taylor from Triple-A Tacoma before Sunday's game in Cincinnati. Taylor, 25, hit .294 with two home runs and 14 RBIs over 39 games, 33 at shortstop, with Tacoma. Taylor played for Seattle in both 2014 and 2015, hitting a combined...
Via Associated Press
7 days ago  |  Discuss

DPD: Walker, Tillman; a Limited Selection

We got a bit of a late start today, but it’s also an awfully thin group to select from on this baseball Wednesday. Check ’em out! Aces in Isolation Taijuan Walker (SEA) versus Baltimore’s Chris Tillman Of course we profile Walker after he’s coming off allowing the most earned runs he has in a start this season, but he’s been the quintessential post-hype sleeper through...
Via The Sports Post
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Seattle Mariners: tough weekend is nothing to worry about

I was at all three games this weekend, so I experienced the first-hand pain of a sweep that featured two blown saves at home. It’s really easy to get caught up in every loss the Seattle Mariners endure over the upcoming months, but I’m here to calm your nerves. First of all, how great is it that this fanbase is actually disappointed by losing? For literally over a decade, losing...
Via isportsweb.com
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Are things crumbling in Seattle?

The weekend was something else in Seattle. Coming into a 3-game series against the hapless Los Angeles Angels, things were looking great. Seattle was 4 games off of its 2001 record-setting wins pace. They had just swept Tampa and were looking to continue rolling. The first game was just rough across the board for Seattle. They carried a lead into the ninth and lights-out Steve Cishek...
Via Hot Stove MLB
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Seattle Mariners: A 1st-place team not without flaws

We’re entering mid-May, and the Seattle Mariners are still in first place. The strong start has been fun for sure, but the more I watch this team, the more readily visible their biggest flaws become. This article will highlight their two current biggest flaws. Corner outfield defense The Mariners’ corner outfielders consist of Nori Aoki, Seth Smith, Franklin Gutierrez, and...
Via isportsweb.com
15 days ago  |  Discuss
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