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11/20/2014 | Mariners acquire Gaviglio from Cards for Kelly

Mariners infielder Ty Kelly, who spent all of last season with Triple-A Tacoma, was traded to the Cardinals on Thursday for right-handed pitcher Sam Gaviglio.

11/20/2014 | Mariners protect three from Rule 5 Draft

The Mariners added three of their top Minor League prospects -- reliever Mayckol Guaipe, catcher John Hicks and infielder Ketel Marte -- to their 40-man roster on Thursday to protect them from the upcoming Rule 5 Draft.

11/20/2014 | Mariners claim lefty reliever Olmos from Marlins

Edgar Olmos, a left-handed reliever in the Marlins' organization, was claimed off waivers Thursday by the Mariners.

11/20/2014 | Mariners recognized for philanthropic initiatives

The Mariners' "Refuse to Abuse" campaign against domestic violence has earned the franchise its first Commissioner Award for Philanthropic Excellence, a prestigious honor that was announced Thursday at the Major League Baseball Owners Meetings in Kansas City.

11/19/2014 | Mariners earn second 'Retailer of Year' award

On Wednesday night, Major League Baseball Properties announced that the Mariners had become the first two-time winner of the "Club Retailer of the Year" award, based on the club's commitment to driving merchandise sales through creative marketing and merchandising efforts.

11/19/2014 | Inbox: How could Felix not win AL Cy Young Award?

How surprising was it for Felix Hernandez to not win the Cy Young? Why not let the players vote? Will Seattle trade for a DH? Beat reporter Greg Johns opens up the Inbox.

11/18/2014 | Listach hired to manage Mariners' Triple-A club

Former Major League shortstop Pat Listach, who worked last season as the Astros' third-base coach, has been hired by the Mariners to manage Triple-A Tacoma in 2015, the clubs announced Tuesday.

11/17/2014 | Several Mariners prospects stand out in AFL action

Among the Mariners' prospects in the just-completed Arizona Fall League, hot-hitting first baseman Patrick Kivlehan and 2013 first-round Draft pick D.J. Peterson got most of the publicity. But catcher John Hicks opened some eyes as well with his play the past six weeks.

11/17/2014 | Mariners sign lefty Siverio to Minor League deal

The Mariners have signed Misael Siverio, a 25-year-old left-hander from Cuba, to a Minor League deal.

11/16/2014 | Cano staying positive after fracturing toe in Japan

Sporting a boot on his right foot and a cane in his left hand, Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano walked gingerly up the Tokyo Dome's dugout steps. A night earlier, Cano had taken a Yuki Nishi pitch off his right pinkie toe, fracturing the bone and ending his time as an active player on Major League Baseball's Japan All-Star Series.

11/15/2014 | Top performances, prospects from 2014 Fall League

The Arizona Fall League is known as baseball's finishing school because it has graduated a ton of talent to the Major Leagues since it began play in 1992. Here are the development highlights from the AFL's 23rd season for all 30 big league organizations.

11/15/2014 | Mariners' Kivlehan wins AFL's Stenson Award

Mariners prospect Patrick Kivlehan was honored with the Dernell Stenson Sportsmanship Award, which is annually distributed to the Arizona Fall League player who best exemplifies teamwork and leadership.

11/15/2014 | Cano out of Japan Series with toe fracture

Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano suffered a broken right pinkie toe when he was hit by a Yuki Nishi pitch during the seventh inning of Saturday's All-Star Series Game against Samurai Japan. He will miss the remainder of the Japan Series.

11/14/2014 | Respect trumps results for Iwakuma and Wada

Mariners righty Hisashi Iwakuma and Cubs lefty Tsuyoshi Wada were touched up for seven runs on Friday in their return to baseball in Japan, but they were nonetheless honored by the reception they received from their countrymen at the Tokyo Dome during Game 2 of the Japan All-Star Series.

11/14/2014 | Japan knocks around MLB countrymen

The MLB squad surrendered six runs with two outs and mustered just six hits while dropping Game 2 of the Japan All-Star Series to Samurai Japan, 8-4, on Friday at the Tokyo Dome.

11/13/2014 | Kivlehan's four-RBI day fuels Surprise in rout

Mariners prospect Patrick Kivlehan led the Saguaros to an 8-0 victory over Scottsdale on Wednesday, and Surprise can win its division with a victory over Peoria on Thursday in the regular-season finale of Arizona Fall League action.

11/12/2014 | Felix comes up short as Kluber wins AL Cy Young

After putting together what he called the best season of his 10-year career, Mariners ace Felix Hernandez finished second to Indians right-hander Corey Kluber on Wednesday when the American League Cy Young Award was handed out by the Baseball Writers' Association of America.

11/12/2014 | Japan Series start an honor for Iwakuma

After the MLB All-Stars break for a travel day on Thursday, touring the historic city of Kyoto on their way north to Tokyo, Hisashi Iwakuma will start against Samurai Japan in Game 2 of the All-Star Series (6 p.m. JT, 4 a.m. ET on MLB Network and MLB.TV).

11/11/2014 | McClendon fourth in AL Manager of Year race

Lloyd McClendon, who led the Mariners to a 16-win improvement in his first year as Seattle's skipper, finished fourth in the American League Manager of the Year Award race on Tuesday.

11/11/2014 | Mariners eyeing top bats on free-agent market

There's no question the Mariners are in the hunt for offensive help this offseason and general manager Jack Zduriencik acknowledged on Tuesday that his club will be looking into every available free agent, including the top names on the market.

11/11/2014 | King Felix likely to wear AL Cy Young Award crown again

Unlike Felix Hernandez's American League Cy Young Award-winning 2010 season, the Baseball Writers' Association of America voters don't have to look past a mediocre win-loss record this year, with both a strong 15-6 record and the preponderance of numerical evidence pointing to Seattle's ace as the best of a strong group of AL contenders.

11/11/2014 | All-Stars flock to 'fabulous' Osaka Castle in Japan

The pathway to Osaka Castle winds through a large park situated at the eastern edge of town. It is part-paved, part-dirt, and on Tuesday played host to a significant contingent of Major League Baseball players.

11/10/2014 | Ackley hopes to piece it all together in 2015

Dustin Ackley looms as a key factor in the Mariners' offseason again, as the club ponders whether its 2009 first-round Draft pick can be one of its best hitters or if he's destined to deal with the inconsistency that has often plagued him at the plate.

11/10/2014 | Iwakuma excited to be part of MLB rotation in Japan

Manager John Farrell's Japan All-Star Series rotation features a New Englander who has played for six different big league clubs, a Midwesterner who is brand new to international competition, and an American of Japanese descent. It also features Hisashi Iwakuma, the main attraction for many local fans in the Kansai region. Iwakuma will make his only All-Star Series appearance Friday at the Tokyo Dome, in Game 2 of the five-game set.

11/7/2014 | Cano, Puig, Altuve head Japan All-Star Series roster

A collection of the game's top talent will represent Major League Baseball next week when the Japan All-Star Series begins on Tuesday, and the roster for the MLB team was revealed on Friday.

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