7/11/2014 | Smoak recalled as Mariners place Saunders on DL
First baseman Justin Smoak was recalled by the Mariners and inserted into Friday night's lineup against the A's after the club placed outfielder Michael Saunders on the 15-day disabled list.
7/11/2014 | Saunders exits game in eighth with side pain
Mariners right fielder Michael Saunders had to leave Thursday night's game when he felt a sharp pain in his side during a check swing.
7/10/2014 | Timely hitting absent behind all-reliever staff
Nearly emptying their bullpen to set the rotation for a weekend showdown with the Athletics, the Mariners on Thursday once again could not overcome their sputtering offense and lost, 4-2 to the Twins at Safeco Field.
7/10/2014 | Twins get Mariners' Jones out twice on replay
Twins manager Ron Gardenhire successfully issued two replay challenges involving Mariners center fielder James Jones in Thursday night's game against the Mariners.
7/10/2014 | Recalled to boost 'pen, Luetge savors chance
Reliever Lucas Luetge was recalled from Triple-A Tacoma to give the Mariners an extra arm in the bullpen for reliever Tom Wilhelmsen's spot start. Luetge, 27, is in his third stint with the Mariners this season and his first since early May.
7/10/2014 | McClendon seeking consistency from Ackley
Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon did not soften his message Thursday when asked about Dustin Ackley's struggles at the plate. McClendon wants his starting left fielder to be a more aggressive, consistent hitter.
7/10/2014 | Felix gets marquee matchup against Samardzija
On Sunday, Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon announced that he would push back ace right-hander Felix Hernandez from Thursday to Friday, allowing him to face the American League West-rival A's before the All-Star break. A's manager Bob Melvin saw it coming.
7/10/2014 | Elias gives up seven runs in shortest outing of season
Rookie Roenis Elias equaled his season's shortest outing with 3 1/3 innings while allowing seven runs (six earned) on seven hits while the Twins rolled to an 8-1 victory at Safeco Field.
7/9/2014 | Wilhelmsen to get spot start in all-bullpen finale
Mariners reliever Tom Wilhelmsen will make his first Major League start on Thursday against the Twins as manager Lloyd McClendon goes to an all-bullpen day in the series finale of the four-game series.
7/9/2014 | Mariners going with all-bullpen plan for finale
The Mariners will start reliever Tom Wilhelmsen against Twins rookie Yohan Pino in the series finale on Thursday.
7/9/2014 | Pryor called up and sent back down on same day
The Mariners optioned reliever Stephen Pryor back to Triple-A Tacoma and recalled left-hander Lucas Luetge on Wednesday after Seattle dropped an 8-1 decision to the Twins at Safeco Field.
7/8/2014 | McClendon successfully challenges out call at first
The Mariners got an out call at first base overturned using Major League Baseball's instant replay system in the third inning of their game against the Twins on Tuesday.
7/8/2014 | Seager returns to cleanup role as Hart moves down
After dropping Kyle Seager out of the cleanup spot for the first four games following Corey Hart's return from the disabled list, manager Lloyd McClendon had his All-Star third baseman back at No. 4 in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Twins.
7/8/2014 | Paxton throws sim game, inches toward rehab stint
James Paxton threw 33 pitches in a two-inning simulated game against Mariners teammates on Tuesday afternoon as he continued working his way back from shoulder issues.
7/8/2014 | Seattle teacher Zelko headed to All-Star Game
Kevin Zelko, a teacher at Kimball Elementary School in south Seattle, has been selected by fans to represent the Mariners at the All-Star Game as part of the "Target Presents People All-Star Teachers" campaign.
7/8/2014 | Gibson eyes return to form in matchup vs. Mariners
After evening the set on Tuesday, the Twins will look to Kyle Gibson on Wednesday to give the club a series lead over the Mariners, who will counter with Roenis Elias to set up a matchup of young guns.
7/8/2014 | Young caps off stellar first half, but Mariners fall
Mariners right-hander Chris Young pitched another Safeco Field gem on Tuesday, but Seattle's slumbering offense came up quiet again as the Twins pulled out a 2-0 victory.
7/8/2014 | Sucre called up from Triple-A to replace Buck
Jesus Sucre, a 26-year-old catcher who had a brief stint with the Mariners last season, was recalled from Triple-A Tacoma by the club on Tuesday to fill the roster opening created after veteran backup John Buck was designated for assignment Monday night.
7/8/2014 | Buck DFA'd; Mariners likely to call up Sucre
Backup catcher John Buck was designated for assignment by the Mariners on Monday after Seattle opened its seven-game homestand with a 2-0 win over the Twins.
7/8/2014 | Mariners' top pick Jackson blasts first career homer
Outfielder Alex Jackson, the sixth overall pick in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft, hit his first professional home run Monday in the Rookie-level Mariners' 8-6 defeat to the Reds in Arizona League action.
7/7/2014 | Maurer impressing, carving out steady role in 'pen
When the Mariners recalled pitcher Brandon Maurer from Triple-A Tacoma on June 25, he was a long shot to carve out a permanent spot on the big league roster. In four subsequent appearances out of the bullpen, Maurer has thrown seven scoreless innings.
7/7/2014 | McClendon undecided on Thursday starter
The Mariners haven't announced a starter for Thursday's series finale against the Twins after pushing ace Felix Hernandez's scheduled start back a day to Friday, when Seattle begins a set vs. the A's.
7/7/2014 | Young aims to keep surprise season rolling vs. Twins
After winning the series opener on Monday, the Mariners will turn to Chris Young on Tuesday in the second game of a four-game set against the Twins, who will counter with Phil Hughes to set up a matchup of veterans.
7/7/2014 | Iwakuma whiffs 10, extends mastery of Twins
Mariners right-hander Hisashi Iwakuma continued his dominance of the Twins with seven scoreless innings on Monday as Seattle rolled to a 2-0 victory at Safeco Field.
7/7/2014 | Seager 'honored' to replace Encarnacion on AL squad
Kyler Seager was listed on many of the "All-Snubbed" teams as a deserving candidate who didn't get one of the 33 spots on the initial American League ASG roster. But the Mariners had an idea that Seager was on the short list if anything opened up, and on Monday he was selected to replace the injured Edwin Encarnacion.
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