8/28/2015 | Pair of solo homers boost Mariners in Chicago
Taijuan Walker limited the White Sox to three hits over 6 1/3 innings and the Seattle bullpen held the rest of the way during a 2-0 Mariners victory Friday night at U.S. Cellular Field. Walker exited on a 3-2 count to Adam LaRoche in the seventh with what was diagnosed as a cramp in his right hip flexor.
8/28/2015 | Walker in fine form prior to injury
Mariners right-hander Taijuan Walker exited in the seventh inning of Friday's 2-0 victory over the White Sox with a cramp in his right hip flexor.
8/28/2015 | Iwakuma, Samardzija square off in Chicago
Already in the midst of one of his longest slumps, Jeff Samardzija aims to avoid a winless August when he faces the Mariners on Saturday night on Chicago's South Side. The right-hander has lost five straight starts in the month, and could finish a month without a win for the first time since April 2014.
8/28/2015 | Players understand role in Zduriencik's dismissal
Former Mariners general manager Jack Zduriencik was described as a hands-on leader, someone who spent time in the clubhouse before games and got to know his players. He asked players how they were doing or if they needed anything to make their days easier.
8/28/2015 | Zunino sent to Triple-A to ease pressure
The Mariners optioned struggling catcher Mike Zunino to Triple-A Tacoma and purchased the contract of John Hicks from Tacoma on Friday.
8/28/2015 | Mariners make GM change at necessary time
Mariners president Kevin Mather kept waiting for the team's sudden surge. It never came. And with time running out, the time came for the Mariners to make a change. Mariners general manager Jack Zduriencik, in his seventh year on the job, was dismissed Friday.
8/28/2015 | New GM will make call on McClendon's future
Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon is under contract through next season and has the support of team president Kevin Mather, but McClendon's future with the club will lie with whomever is hired to replace Jack Zduriencik as the franchise's general manager.
8/28/2015 | Zduriencik's 5 biggest moves, Draft history
Jack Zduriencik was relieved of his duties Friday after nearly seven years as the Mariners' general manager. Below are the five biggest moves of his tenure, as well as recaps of the team's drafts under Zduriencik.
8/28/2015 | Mariners dismiss Zduriencik from GM post
Jack Zduriencik, who has been unable to get the Seattle Mariners into the playoffs during his seven years as their general manager, was relieved of his duties on Friday.
8/28/2015 | Elias flashes potential in uneven return
The results were mixed for Roenis Elias, who awaited his chance to return to the Majors and showed what he could do. Elias called his performance "inconsistent." His catcher, Mike Zunino, said he settled in "great," and manager Lloyd McClendon said he was "OK."
8/27/2015 | Cruz has found a home and taking a liking to it
Nelson Cruz, who was traded three times before his 27th birthday, learned long ago about the beauty of the glass half full. So here he is at 35, continuing to raise his level with the Mariners, despite them being his third team in three years.
8/27/2015 | Walker, Danks to duel for 2nd time this week
Taijuan Walker and John Danks face each other for the second time this week when the White Sox host the Seattle Mariners Friday night at U.S. Cellular Field. Both pitchers are hoping this meeting goes better than the previous game on Sunday.
8/27/2015 | Seager hopes he's on verge of snapping slump
Kyle Seager said he felt improved at the plate after he homered on Wednesday and drove multiple balls to center field. But he also admitted that he has a ways to go to return to where he was only a month ago.
8/27/2015 | Cubs acquire Rodney in deal with Mariners
The Cubs added another arm to the bullpen mix Thursday, acquiring right-hander Fernando Rodney from the Mariners for a player to be named or cash considerations. Rodney is expected to join the Cubs on Friday in Los Angeles.
8/26/2015 | Felix finds fix in rare bullpen session
Although he's won 15 games, tied for the most in the American League, for a team that is 15 games under .500 on days he hasn't pitched, there had been concerns about Felix Hernandez in recent days.
8/26/2015 | Back in Chicago, Rodon gets rematch with Mariners
Lefty Roenis Elias makes his first start since July 2 as the Mariners open a four-game series with Carlos Rodon and the White Sox on Thursday at U.S. Cellular Field.
8/26/2015 | Elias replaces Nuno in Mariners' rotation
Roenis Elias will return to the Mariners' rotation on Thursday for the first time in two months, replacing Vidal Nuno for the opener of a four-game series against the White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field, manager Lloyd McClendon said Wednesday.
8/26/2015 | Olmos earns first win with brilliant relief outing
On a night when the Mariners' bullpen provided an improbable boost, rookie southpaw Edgar Olmos proved to be the unexpected hero.
8/26/2015 | Mariners overcome early 5-run deficit, beat A's
Robinson Cano became the first player in Major League history to open his career with 11 straight seasons with 30 doubles, and the Mariners came from behind to top the A's, 6-5, on Tuesday at Safeco Field.
8/26/2015 | Cano sets MLB record with 30-double season
With a bloop double to left in the seventh inning of the Mariners' game against the A's on Tuesday night, Robinson Cano became the first player in Major League history to record 30 doubles in his first 11 Major League seasons.
8/25/2015 | Marte's newest first: facing a switch pitcher
Ketel Marte has dealt with a lot of new things in his first month in the big leagues, but not much could prepare him for something few hitters have ever faced in Major League history.
8/25/2015 | With new perspective, Kensing thrilled to be back in bigs
Logan Kensing has added a veteran right-handed presence to the Mariners bullpen after being promoted from Triple-A Tacoma on Sunday. But beyond that, the 33-year-old brought something else. Something called perspective.
8/25/2015 | Facing A's, Hernandez looks to find his form
Felix Hernandez looks for his third win in August Wednesday as the Mariners take on the A's to close out a six-game homestand at Safeco Field.
8/25/2015 | Fifth inning gets out of hand for Iwakuma
When last seen in Safeco Field, Hisashi Iwakuma was twirling the first no-hitter of his career and celebrating his finest moment in the Major Leagues. But things can change in a hurry in baseball and Iwakuma was roughed up for seven runs in the fifth inning Monday as the A's rallied for an 11-5 victory in his first home appearance since that historic gem.
8/25/2015 | A's spoil Iwakuma's no-hitter homecoming
In his first Safeco Field start since his no-hitter, Mariners right-hander Hisashi Iwakuma gave up seven runs in the fifth inning as the A's stormed from behind for an 11-5 win Monday night to snap an eight-game road losing streak.
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