Seattle Mariners

Don’t let anybody tell you that you cannot do it. Look at my example, I’m really blessed for that. Rodriguez received a loud ovation for his heartfelt comments.
Author: The Seattle Times
Posted: January 30, 2023, 1:19 am
The Mariners rode a stellar pitching staff into their first postseason appearance in 20 years last season, and nobody had a better view of their pitchers than Cal Raleigh. In 2022, Raleigh blossomed into Seattle’s starting catcher, breaking out both behind and at the plate. He also cemented his named in Seattle sports history with an iconic tie-breaking blast against the Oakland Athletics that was the first pinch-hit, walk-off home run in MLB history to clinch a playoff berth.
Author: Seattle Sports
Posted: January 29, 2023, 8:18 pm
Jan. 28—Regis Jesuit alum Ty Blach and top prospects Zac Veen and Drew Romo are among the non-roster players who will attend Rockies spring training, the team announced Friday. There are 22 non-roster invites, including eight from other organizations: Fernando Abad (Mariners), Harold Castro (Tigers), Jeff Criswell (Athletics), Matt Koch (Mariners), Josh Rogers (Marlins), Cole Tucker …
Author: The Gazette (Colorado Springs, Colo.)
Posted: January 29, 2023, 4:49 am
Class AA Arkansas Manager: Mike Freeman Pitching coach: Michael Peoples Hitting coach: Shawn O’Malley Assistant hitting/catching coach: Jose Umbria Strength/conditioning coach: Brennan Mickelson Athletic trainer: Amanda Lee Freeman, a journeyman infielder, played for the Mariners in 2016-2017 along with five other organizations in six MLB seasons. I am excited to be back in the Mariners organization as the manager of the Arkansas Travelers,” Freeman said.
Author: The Seattle Times
Posted: January 28, 2023, 1:37 am
The Mariners had six jerseys last season — home white, home throwback cream, alternate “Northwest green” or teal to some, alternate navy blue, road gray and spring training power blue. Kevin Martinez, the Mariners senior vice president of marketing and communications, confirmed the decision and said the elimination of gray and power blue was based on feedback from players and fans.
Author: The Seattle Times
Posted: January 28, 2023, 12:12 am
Kelenic, 23, is entering his third MLB season and he’s had a lot of struggles at the big league level to date, resulting in multiple demotions Triple-A. All in all, Kelenic has slashed . with 21 home runs in 147 career games. I think end-to-end traction where it’s not a two- or three-day stretch, or it’s not an exciting homestand, and it’s not underlying information that you’re hopeful will turn into results, but actually taking the skills that he has and the big tools that he possesses and turn…
Author: Seattle Sports
Posted: January 27, 2023, 9:51 pm
Scott Rolen is a Hall of Famer and Mariner Thoughts with Ty Dane Gonzalez of Locked on Mariners
Author: fox61.com
Posted: January 27, 2023, 6:55 pm
When the Seattle Mariners first acquired Andrés Muñoz from the Padres he was easily the biggest unknown in the deal, still a long way off from returning from injury and with very little major league experience under his belt. In many ways, baseball is a sport of uncertainty, and of reading between the lines: of asking questions, and seeking answers. As the sport continues to evolve we’ve found more advanced ways of asking these questions, and of answering them.
Author: Lookout Landing
Posted: January 27, 2023, 5:00 pm
Don’t let the door hit you on the way out. MLB Trade Rumors reports the Seattle Mariners announced left-hander Justus Sheffield has cleared waivers and been outrighted to Triple-A Tacoma. BUY MLB TICKETS: STUBHUB, VIVID SEATS, TICKETSMARTER, TICKETMASTER The New York Yankees acquired Sheffield from the Guardians in the 2016 trade which sent reliever Andrew Miller to Cleveland.
Author: NJ.com
Posted: January 27, 2023, 10:15 am
But with spring training games quickly approaching, most of these players will take the fields in Arizona suited up for your Seattle Mariners, so it’s worth knowing who they are, both for spring training and the future Tacoma Rainiers/Arkansas Travelers/etc. And you never know: one year one of these players was one Paul Sewald, signed to a minors deal and making the leap from Tacoma’s Opening Day starter to fixture in the big-league bullpen.
Author: Lookout Landing
Posted: January 26, 2023, 11:19 pm
But as Winker butchered balls in the outfield, struggled at the plate to replicate his 2021 success and seemed miserable with the Mariners, Suarez exceeded expectations at the plate, showed significant improvement at third base and his “good vibes only” approach to the game blossomed into a cornerstone player and team leader. The good players — the great players — want to be coached,” manager Scott Servais said late last season. They always want to get better.
Author: The Seattle Times
Posted: January 25, 2023, 11:38 pm
I just found these really smart, interesting baseball people that I could argue with, and I would tell them what I heard on TV and that they didn’t know what they were talking about and they would tell me I was just a kid and I should go do my homework,” he said with a laugh. But I just found a group of older, really intense baseball fans to have baseball conversations with because I didn’t have other 12- or 13-year-old kids who wanted to talk baseball.
Author: Seattle Sports
Posted: January 25, 2023, 10:27 pm
I’m very grateful to be here – I’m so grateful to be here – and to call games for the team that I love in the city that I love. When it came down to it, the 39-year-old Goldsmith came to a realization that while he grew up in St. Louis, it’s Seattle, where he has called Mariners games for the past 10 years, that is now what he and his family call home.
Author: Seattle Sports
Posted: January 25, 2023, 8:13 pm
Mariners manager Scott Servais is certainly fired up about the addition of the 2021 All-Star and two-time Silver Slugger winner, as he shared Tuesday night with the Mariners Hot Stove on Seattle Sports 710 AM. He can hit homers, no doubt,” Servais said to hosts Gary Hill and Shannon Drayer. We saw it firsthand.
Author: Seattle Sports
Posted: January 25, 2023, 7:03 pm
Last year, the Mariners as a team saw an average of 3.94 pitches per plate appearance—second-highest in the AL behind only the Yankees, and tied with Atlanta for sixth-most in baseball. That’s a tick off where they were in 2021, when they were second-highest in all of baseball, again just trailing the Yankees, at 4 pitches/PA; in 2019, for as miserable as that Mariners team was in other areas, they led all of baseball at 4.11 pitches/PA.
Author: Lookout Landing
Posted: January 25, 2023, 5:00 pm