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9/26/2016 | Cano powers Seattle to 2 back in Wild Card

Robinson Cano continued his assault on Astros pitching, edging the Mariners closer in the American League Wild Card chase in the process while pushing Houston towards elimination.


9/26/2016 | Felix, Fiers lead showdown of WC hopefuls

As they fight to keep their postseason dreams afloat, the Astros and Mariners continue their three-game series Tuesday night at Minute Maid Park with a pair of right-handers on the mound.


9/26/2016 | Mariners promote Hunter to director of scouting

Scott Hunter, a Mariners scout for the past three seasons, was promoted to director of amateur scouting on Monday by general manager Jerry Dipoto.


9/26/2016 | Cruz hopes to play through nagging wrist pain

Nelson Cruz likely will be dealing with a sore left wrist for the remainder of the season, but the Mariners' designated hitter was back in the lineup for Monday's series opener against the Astros and hopes to play through the issue.


9/26/2016 | Sucre's surge an inspiration for Seattle's run

If you're a Mariners fan looking to believe, searching for reminders that anything can happen in the game of baseball, look no further than the improbable tale of third-string catcher Jesus Sucre.


9/25/2016 | Walker gets win with heavy heart for Fernandez

Like the rest of Major League Baseball, Taijuan Walker competed with a heavy heart on Sunday, battling through a 4-3 win over the Twins just hours after learning that Marlins ace Jose Fernandez had died in a boating accident in Miami.


9/25/2016 | Mariners keep pace in WC race, beat Twins

Time may be running out on the Mariners playoff chances, but they kept hope alive with a 4-3 victory over the Twins on Sunday behind a trio of home runs by Nelson Cruz and Jesus Sucre at Target Field.


9/25/2016 | Cruz slugs 2 HRs, leaves with sore left wrist

Mariners slugger Nelson Cruz put the hurt on the Twins again in Sunday's 4-3 win with two more home runs, but had to leave the ballgame in the eighth inning after injuring his left wrist.


9/25/2016 | Umpire Layne leaves game with concussion-like symptoms

The first inning of the Twins' game against the Mariners was delayed after home-plate umpire Jerry Layne was hit in the facemask and left shoulder by a foul tip from Robinson Cano.


9/25/2016 | Cishek, Mariners reflect on life of Fernandez

Like the entire baseball world, the Mariners clubhouse was quieted Sunday morning by the shocking news of the death of Marlins pitching standout Jose Fernandez. And no one was hit harder then former Marlins closer Steve Cishek, who was a teammate and friend for the past five years.


9/24/2016 | Twins snap skid, slow Seattle's Wild Card chase

Other than a prodigious blast by Nelson Cruz, right-hander Tyler Duffey shut down the Mariners for seven innings Saturday as the Twins snapped a seven-game losing streak and dented Seattle's Wild Card pursuits with a 3-2 victory at Target Field.


9/24/2016 | Statcast of the Day: Cruz's mammoth blast

Nelson Cruz seems to be warming up for the stretch run, judging by his latest home run -- the second-longest blast in the Major Leagues this season, according to Statcast™ projections. Cruz launched a two-run shot a projected 493 feet into the upper deck at Target Field in the fourth inning of the Mariners' 3-2 loss to the Twins.


9/24/2016 | Walker, Santiago face off in Twins' last home game

With the Mariners still alive in the chase for an American League Wild Card spot, they'll turn to right-hander Taijuan Walker in the final game of a three-game series against the Twins on Sunday in the season finale at Target Field. Walker, who will start opposite lefty Hector Santiago, is looking to replicate his only previous outing at Target Field, when he threw a complete game and allowed just one hit -- a solo homer -- with one walk and 11 strikeouts on July 31 of last season.


9/24/2016 | Marte working hard to regain timing at plate

At first, Ketel Marte was just looking for the 22 pounds he lost while dealing with an untimely bout with mononucleosis. But now, the Mariners young shortstop is searching for the hitting stroke he seemed to misplace as well during his two-week stint on the disabled list last month.


9/24/2016 | Heart of lineup pounds away in blowout win

If the Mariners are going to do damage down the stretch, they're going to need their stars to lead the way. And the big boys -- Robinson Cano, Nelson Cruz and Kyle Seager -- certainly muscled up in a 10-1 win over the Twins on Friday as Seattle kicked off a critical season-ending road trip in fine fashion.


9/23/2016 | Paxton sharp as Mariners erupt to keep pace

Mariners lefty James Paxton took matters into his own hands on Friday with a powerful seven-inning outing, and he got plenty of help from his offense as Seattle topped the Twins, 10-1, to stay in pursuit of an American League Wild Card.


9/23/2016 | Mariners turn to rookie Miranda in Wild race

Rookie left-hander Ariel Miranda will make a critical start for the Mariners on Saturday against the Twins, who will turn to righty Tyler Duffey in the second game of the final 2016 series at Target Field.


9/23/2016 | Mariners hire director of baseball operations

Justin Hollander, the current director of player personnel with the Angels, has been hired as the Mariners' director of baseball operations, the club announced Friday.


9/23/2016 | Smith hitting September stride for Seattle

While much of the Mariners' offensive focus understandably circles around the heart-of-the-order trio of Robinson Cano, Nelson Cruz and Kyle Seager, veteran right fielder Seth Smith has quietly been playing a key role in the stretch run.


9/23/2016 | Start of Mariners-Twins delayed by rain

The Twins and Mariners opened Friday night's game (7:10 CT) in a rain delay, but were aiming for a 7:45 start.


9/22/2016 | Mariners disappointed in Clevenger for tweets

The Mariners issued a statement expressing their disappointment following a series of racially charged tweets by catcher Steve Clevenger on Thursday.


9/22/2016 | Mariners realize urgency of remaining series

Ten games. One road trip. One homestand. And a chance. That's what remains for the Mariners as them embark on their final trek of the season, with a three-game series against the Twins starting Friday, then three games at Houston and four final Safeco Field appearances against the A's.


9/21/2016 | King Felix silences invaders to his court

The King's Court was the smallest Felix Hernandez had ever seen it. A sea of Toronto blue pushed it back into just one small yellow triangle crammed behind the left-field foul pole. The King didn't like that.


9/21/2016 | Freeman's grab highlight for unexpected heroes

In a crucial game where the Mariners' big three of Robinson Cano, Nelson Cruz and Kyle Seager were a combined 0-for-12 until Cano's game-winning sacrifice fly in the 12th inning, a number of lesser-known heroes stepped up to facilitate Wednesday's 2-1 win over the Blue Jays at Safeco Field.


9/21/2016 | Cano delivers in 12th for Wild walk-off vs. Jays

Needing an ace performance to keep their playoff hopes alive, the Mariners got seven scoreless innings from Felix Hernandez on Wednesday and Robinson Cano drove in Guillermo Heredia with a walk-off sacrifice fly in the 12th as Seattle avoided being swept at Safeco Field with a dramatic 2-1 win over the Blue Jays.




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