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7/3/2015 | Bloomquist sees himself as a future coach

When Edgar Martinez signed on as hitting coach of the Mariners two weeks ago, the questions started coming at Willie Bloomquist as well. Would he consider getting into coaching when his playing days ended?


7/3/2015 | Graveman, Felix set for Independence Day showdown

Saturday's Fourth of July showdown between the A's and Mariners at 1:05 p.m. PT will be the only time in the four-game set Oakland doesn't have to face a left-hander. Instead, the A's are up against Felix Hernandez.


7/3/2015 | Mariners crush four homers to sink A's

A quartet of two-run home runs from Logan Morrison, Seth Smith, Nelson Cruz and Brad Miller carried the Mariners to a 9-5 victory over the A's at the Coliseum on Friday night.


7/3/2015 | Chavez leads A's vs. Mariners' Happ

The A's will look for their third straight win when they host the Mariners at the Coliseum on Friday in a 6:05 p.m. PT matchup between American League West rivals.


7/3/2015 | Elias pitching for his rotation spot

Roenis Elias didn't pitch well enough to win on Thursday night, though he only allowed three hits and three runs over six innings in the Mariners' 4-0 loss to the A's. But the question for the young southpaw now is whether he pitched well enough to keep his spot in Seattle's rotation with Hisashi Iwakuma's return looming.


7/3/2015 | Kazmir leads A's two-hit shutout vs. Mariners

Scott Kazmir held the Mariners to two hits over eight innings, leading the A's to a 4-0 victory in Thursday night's opener of a four-game series at the Coliseum. It was Oakland's American League-leading 10th shutout of the season.


7/2/2015 | Taylor recalled to fill backup role with Mariners

Chris Taylor was recalled from Triple-A Tacoma on Thursday for his second stint with the Mariners this season, but this time the infielder from Virginia will be used more in a part-time role rather than replacing Brad Miller at shortstop.


7/2/2015 | Bloomquist isn't ready to hang up spikes

Willie Bloomquist has come full circle in his Major League days, returning the past two years to the Mariners club with whom he began his career in 2002. But the veteran utility man isn't ready to let it end that way after being designated for assignment by Seattle on Thursday to open a roster spot for young infielder Chris Taylor.


7/1/2015 | Walker yields 1 hit in 6 scoreless innings

With Taijuan Walker cruising through six innings on just one hit with a 1-0 lead, manager Lloyd McClendon chose to lift the 22-year-old for a pinch-hitter in the top of the seventh in what turned into a 7-0 victory for the Mariners over the Padres.


7/1/2015 | Cruz takes the cake with birthday blast

Nelson Cruz didn't want to wait for the cake, so the Mariners slugger sliced his own gift -- a two-run homer in the top of the ninth -- in Seattle's 7-0 victory over the Padres in Wednesday's Interleague series finale at Petco Park.


7/1/2015 | Mariners facing decision on Iwakuma's return

With Hisashi Iwakuma completing his third Minor League rehab start on Tuesday in Tacoma, the Mariners have a decision looming.


7/1/2015 | Cano's big game, Walker shut down Padres

Taijuan Walker and four relievers combined to shut out the Padres on three hits Wednesday as the Mariners took both games of the series at Petco Park with a 7-0 Interleague victory.


7/1/2015 | A's, Mariners set for AL West clash in Oakland

The Mariners and A's meet will begin a four-game series at the Coliseum on Thursday, with Roenis Elias and Scott Kazmir squaring off in the opener.


7/1/2015 | Fill-in Montgomery now part of Seattle history

Since being called up four weeks ago to fill in for the injured James Paxton, rookie southpaw Mike Montgomery has opened eyes for the Mariners. But the 25-year-old took it to another level on Tuesday as he allowed just one hit and threw his second straight shutout, this one a 5-0 blanking of the Padres at Petco Park.


7/1/2015 | Jackson swats his first home run of the year

The Mariners' No. 1 prospect finally broke through on Tuesday night. That'd be Alex Jackson, baseball's No. 22 overall prospect.