King Felix, M's hold off Rockies (1:00)

Cruz hits 30th homer, Mariners beat Rockies 8-7

Felix Hernandez pitched effectively into the seventh inning, Nelson Cruz homered in a fourth consecutive game to reach 30 for the season, and the Seattle Mariners beat the Colorado Rockies 8-7 on

Final: Mariners 8, Rockies 7

The Mariners walked away with the W, but not before an attempt by the Rockies to rally back by scoring three in the bottom of the ninth. Felix Hernandez struck out nine to help win the series opener. Box score

Mariners' early punch paying off

Seattle hit the ground running as it packed in a third HR in the third inning thanks to SS Brad Miller, who homered to left field to help put the Mariners up 7-1 over the Rockies. Follow live

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Looking for Jon Gray?

The Rockies top pitching prospect is expected to make his major league debut at some point tonight against the Mariners, who are currently up 6-1. Follow live

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An up week in Mariners' down season

Seattle was selling but managed to keep RHP Hisashi Iwakuma. On the field, RHP Taijuan Walker tossed a one-hitter at Minnesota. MLB Power Rankings

Mariners beat Twins in extras (0:46)

M's earn series split with 4-1 win

After trading solo homers with the Twins in the ninth to force extras, the Mariners posted a 3-run 11th on a Logan Morrison double and Austin Jackson single. Fernando Rodney picked up his fourth win. Box score

Dark days ahead in Seattle?

The dearth of quality prospects GM Jack Zduriencik and the Mariners picked up might doom their future. GM deadline grades (Insider)


Mariners, Twins headed to extras

The game was scoreless heading into the 9th, but a Nelson Cruz HR in the top of the inning then a Brian Dozier HR in the bottom of the frame has the game tied 1-1 heading into the 10th. Follow live

Seattle doesn’t get much value

The underwhelming Mariners continued to disappoint this July by getting nothing accomplished of value. They did little to make the 2016 team any better. Trade deadline rankings (Insider)

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MLB trade deadline odds and ends

Not every MLB trade deadline deal is of the earth-shattering variety. Here are several minor deals made Friday worthy of mention.


Walker rolls through Twins

Taijuan Walker went the full 9, giving up 1 hit (a homer by Miguel Sano) and 1 BB as the M's got a 6-1 win in Minnesota.

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Mariners recall Montero after deadline trades

The Seattle Mariners have recalled infielders Jesus Montero and Ketel Marte and pitchers Jose Ramirez and Rob Rasmussen following a busy trade deadline.

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Did deadline deals doom Seattle's future?

Neither Mark Lowe nor Dustin Ackley brought in quality prospects, and one player who could—Hisashi Iwakuma—didn't leave Seattle. It was a disappointing deadline on top of a sad season for the early favorites. Trade deadline winners and losers

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Trade deadline winners and losers

After a week that saw a good deal of movement, we sort out who made the most of the deadline and who didn't do enough.

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Szymborski: Ranking deadline performances

Teams such as the Blue Jays and Royals fulfilled their short- and long-term goals -- while others, such as the Padres, Red Sox and seemingly all of the NL Central, stood pat.

Bowden: Best remaining options

The Yankees and the Cubs are still shopping for starters. The Mariners' Hisashi Iwakuma is available, but will he get buried by the slew of arms available in San Diego? Potential fits (Insider)

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Busy Blue Jays add righty Lowe to bullpen mix

The Toronto Blue Jays continue to bolster their playoff chances, acquiring reliever Mark Lowe from the Seattle Mariners, the Blue Jays announced Friday.


Blue Jays acquire RHP Mark Lowe

The Mariners reliever is heading to Toronto for Nick Wells, Jacob Brentz and Rob Rasmussen. Lowe has a 1.00 ERA with 47 strikeouts in 36 innings this season.

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Eddie Rosario finishes a single shy of the cycle as Twins beat Mariners, 9-5. Minnesota snaps 4-game losing streak.

2015 Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.24027th
On Base Percentage.30028th
Slugging Percentage.39218th
Earned Run Average3.9217th
Quality Starts626th


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