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Mariners are 'going to keep talking' to Hamilton

Hamilton finished 2012 with a .285 average, 128 runs batted in and a career-best 43 home runs.

Mariners considering three-year deal with Hamilton

Hamilton could earn in the range of $20 to $25 million in the coming years, according to a report.

Mariners are ready for Winter Meetings

Seattle Mariners general manager Jack Zduriencik is preparing for the Baseball Winter Meetings which begin on Monday, Dec. 3. in Nashville, Tenn.

Edgar Martinez returns to HOF ballot for 2012

The former Mariners slugger needs to be present on 75 percent of the ballots to gain entrance into Cooperstown.

Mariners hope closer fences bring in free agents

Safeco Field is undergoing changes. Could it lure some big-name hitters to Seattle?

M's see biggest attendance drop in major sports

Mariners attendance has fallen more than any other major North American sports team since 2002.

Mariners announce that it's baseball season again!

Or in roughly two and a half months the Mariners will head down to Peoria, Ariz to begin prepping for spring training.

Mariners have two top-10 prospects

Mike Zunino and Nick Franklin were two of the top 10 prospects in the Arizona Fall League according to

Mariners add 5 minor leaguers to roster

The Seattle Mariners added five players to their 40-man roster to protect them from the Rule 5 draft.

Robert Andino reacts to Mariners trade

Seattle Mariners infielder Robert Andino reacts to being traded from the Baltimore Orioles.

FINALLY! Chone Figgins DFA'd

The Seattle Mariners cut ties with infielder Chone Figgins, ending one of their higher-costing debacles in team history.

Zunino one of top AFL prospects

The Mariners catching prospect earned high accolades with his playing during the Arizona Fall League.

Mariners trade for veteran infielder Robert Andino

The Seattle Mariners added depth to their infield by dealing outfielder Trayvon Robinson to the Baltimore Orioles for Robert Andino.

Mariners legend Ichiro out for 2013 WBC

Having led Japan to two World Baseball Classic titles, Ichiro Suzuki has decided to not join Team Japan for a third.

M's pitcher has emergency brain surgery

Anthony Vasquez, who last pitched for the Mariners in 2011, underwent brain surgery over the weekend to clear up a life-threatening issue.

Jack Z: Don't expect Josh Hamilton here

The Mariners general manager got the head start on trying to quell any Josh Hamilton in a Mariners uniform hype.

King Felix finishes 4th in AL Cy Young vote

Seattle Mariners ace Felix Hernandez finished fourth in the race for the AL Cy Young Award as voted on by members of the Baseball Writers' Association of America.

Mariners interested in Billy Butler?

The Seattle Mariners are reportedly interested in Kansas City Royals first baseman/designated hitter Billy Butler, according to a report.

Mariners installing huge video display at Safeco

The new display over the center field bleachers will be the largest in MLB.

MLB Free Agency and the truth of $100,000,000

Will the Mariners shake that money maker?

Erasmo Ramirez on Nicaragua's team for WBC

The young pitching prospect is one of five Mariners prospects to play in the upcoming World Baseball Classic qualifying games.

Nick Swisher a possible target for Mariners

The Mariners are interested in bringing a proven veteran outfielder to Seattle. Free agent Nick Swisher could be a fit.

Mariners expected to be finalists for Hamilton

General managers across baseball expect Seattle to make a serious run at the Texas slugger.

Hisashi Iwakuma happy to be a Mariner

The recently extended pitcher reflects upon his time as a starter and his enthusiasm for next year.

M's claim player off waivers who broke Posey's leg

The Mariners claimed Scott Cousins off of waivers on Monday, the player most famous for breaking Buster Posey's leg in 2011.

Mariners: The Best and Worst of Montero and Jaso

The M's might have traded for their catcher of the future, they just didn't know it would be the other guy.

Oliver Perez re-signs with Seattle

The Seattle Mariners rewarded Oliver Perez for his surprising contributions last season with a new contract over the weekend.

M's sign RHP Iwakuma through 2014

The Seattle Mariners signed right-hander Hisashi Iwakuma to a two-year contract extension that will keep the 31-year-old with the team through 2014.

Hardy wins Gold Glove at SS, Ryan snubbed?

The Gold Glove voters snub Mariners' shortstop Brendan Ryan, opting to go with first-time winner J.J. Hardy.

Ryan and Ackley named Gold Glove finalists

The two members of the Mariners infield might bring home some accolades for the Mariners when the winners are announced on Tuesday evening.

Dustin Ackley and Justin Smoak, the best and worst

Breaking down a hitter into even smaller sample sizes can be dangerous, but sometimes I need to be encouraged or suppress my excitement to bring me closer to reality.

Mariners season ticket base down 61% since 2002

A decade of losing has turned the Mariners from one of MLB's best supported teams into one of its worst.