The Seattle Mariners got so close in 2021 - how can they build on that in the offseason?
The AL wildcard race is set to go to the last few games of the season.
Whit Merrifield could be on the market at the deadline.
If the Twins go for a full rebuild, Max Kepler is going to have a lot of suitors.
An at the fence catch last week drew comparisons to Ken Griffey Jr. While those may be premature, there’s no doubt Kyle Lewis is well in the mix for American League Rookie of the Year.
Another 2020 MLB season preview, another team deep in a rebuild: It's the Seattle Mariners.
Tonight, on the evening of September 26th, Seattle will witness the probable end of a Mariners career which fits that description perhaps better than anyone. Felix Hernandez will forever be an idol in the eyes of Mariners fans, yet perhaps it is common that people forget the extent of his dominance early in his career as a consequence of his struggles over recent seasons.
Philadelphia Phillies have traded with the Seattle Mariners, acquiring left-handed outfielder Jay Bruce.
The Mariners' offense is off to a flying start and maybe we should not be so surprised if they are competetive this year.
Seattle Mariners won 89 games in 2018, but Jerry Dipoto overhauled the roster in the offseason. A retool, if not rebuild, is beginning.
The Reds sent second base prospect Shed Long and a competitive balance draft pick for the upcoming 2019 draft to New York in exchange for Gray and minor-leaguer Reiver Sanmartin.
Carlos Santana, Edwin Encarnacion, Jake Bauers and Yandy Diaz all changed teams on Thursday as the Mariners, Rays and Indians made a big trade.
The Philadelphia Phillies are in prime position for a big offseason after acquiring Jean Segura, James Pazos and Juan Nicasio.
J.P. Crawford still has a very high ceiling, which might make all the difference for Seattle.