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Original Seattle Mariners owner dead at 93

Les Smith, one of the Seattle Mariners original owners who was responsible from bringing to team to Seattle in 1977, has died. He was 93.

Brendan Ryan wins 2012 Fielding Bible Award

Seattle Mariners shortstop Brendan Ryan was named the best defensive shortstop in baseball for 2012 by The Fielding Bible.

Pirates DFA Jeff Clement, former Mariners top pick

The Mariners' former No. 3 pick was released by the Pirates today. The players Seattle could have drafted instead will make your head hurt.

M's send Jimenez to Triple-A, free up roster spot

Luis Jimenez struggled in limited duty with the Mariners after spending most of the year in the minors.

Mariners release Kawasaki, decline Olivo's option

The Seattle Mariners announced the release of Munenori Kawasaki and declined Miguel Olivo's option on Wednesday.

Mariners' ticket prices to go up in 2013

Seattle Mariners tickets will cost more in 2013, and it's creating some controversy.

Michael Saunders not a Super 2, remains very cheap

The Mariners outfielder missed out on being eligible for arbitration one year early by one day according to MLB's cutoff date released today.

Kyle Seager, Michael Saunders: 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.

The Mariners look for a permanent radio announcer

Rick Rizzs is sticking around, but the Mariners hope to have a permanent play-by-play announcer to join him for the next season.

Mike Zunino tearing up the Arizona Fall League

Mariners minor league catcher Mike Zunino has proven why he was the third overall pick in the 2012 draft in his short time in the AFL so far.

Whats new with Felix Hernandez's contract?

Lookout Landing takes a look at the latest in King Felix's contract extension talks.

M's season review part II: A moment to remember

The M's did not have their best season in franchise history, but they did improve and have some crazy unforgettable moments. Including one moment that rivals anything of the last 15 years.

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All your news on the Seattle Mariners offseason

Just because the Mariners season is over doesn't mean the happenings of the club are.

M's working on extension for Felix Hernandez

Could the Mariners sign Felix Hernandez to an extension? They reportedly are working on it.

James Paxton shines in Arizona Fall League debut

One of the Mariners "Big 3" pitching prospects shut down his opposition in his Arizona Fall League debut.

Mike Zunino the top Mariners prospect?

Seattle Mariners prospects Mike Zunino, Nick Franklin and Brad Miller are among the top 50 minor league hitting prospects in Minor League Ball's list.

2012: the good, the bad, and the Mariners

2012 has closed on the Seattle Mariners with a last place finish in the AL West for the third year running. Lets take a look to see what went right and what went wrong.

Chris Chambliss out as Mariners hitting coach

Hitting coach Chris Chambliss is the only Mariners coach that will not be retained for the 2013 season.

The wild events of the Mariners' 2012 season

The Mariners were mostly what everyone expected them to be, even if they did a lot of unexpected things.

Jack Z says M's need more offense

In one of the least surprising statements possible, the Mariners GM said the team's No. 1 priority in the offseason would be acquiring more offense.

Mariners hope to end season on a high note

After losing the first game in the series to the Angels, the only thing the Mariners have left to play for is ending 2012 with a winning series in hand.

Mariners players react to Safeco fence news

Hitters respond in typical fashion. Pitcher Jason Vargas does not.

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Mariners to move fences in at Safeco

The Seattle Mariners will move in the fence at Safeco Field, and the biggest change will be the left field power alley being brought in as much as 17 feet.

Gutierrez remains sidelined with groin soreness

Seattle Mariners outfielder Franklin Gutierrez is day to day with a left groin muscle and will not play against the Los Angeles Angels on Monday.

Mariners to move fences in at Safeco

The Seattle Mariners will move in the fence at Safeco Field, and the biggest change will be the left field power alley being brought in as much as 17 feet.

Felix Hernandez's AL Cy Young Award hopes dashed

Felix Hernandez didn't finish his season on a high note.

Is Justin Smoak's September for real?

Justin Smoak has gone nuts in September. The real question is whether it is a streak or a change. Coach Eric Wedge thinks its the latter.

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Bats come to life as Seattle evens final series

The Mariners have a chance to win their final series of the season. They'll host their last 2012 game on Wednesday.

King Felix can play King Spoiler

The Seattle Mariners have a chance to eliminate the Angels from the postseason. Felix Hernandez takes the mound in the final series of the season.

How'd John Hicks do?

Catcher John Hicks had a good season at the plate for the Mavericks

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Mariners decide not to spoil things, get swept

The Mariners were trying to play spoiler in the East Bay. They instead got swept by the homer-happy A's.

Seattle tangles with Oakland one last time

The Mariners will have one last chance to spoil Oakland's season as they meet up with their old nemeses in the East Bay. Can they knock the A's out of the Wild Card?