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8 hrs ago | Seattle Weekly
No one knows what to call Felix Hernandez's out pitch. Calling it a changeup-a pitch that travels straight at 90 mph, then dives down toward a batter's feet-isn't quite right.
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14 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald
The names still haunt the dreams of Mariners fans: Jason Varitek. Derek Lowe. Shin-Soo Choo.
19 hrs ago | Sports Media 101
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23 hrs ago | CBS Local
After running his record to 9-1 on Monday night, White Sox ace Chris Sale put himself deeper into the conversation for a run at the American League Cy Young Award.
After making four starts in Tacoma, Ramirez was brought back to the big club in order to start Tuesday.
The Seattle Mariners are giving starters Hisashi Iwakuma and Felix Hernandez an extra day of rest and will start Erasmo Ramirez on Tuesday against the New York Mets.
Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Jon Lester heads to the bull pen before a baseball game against the Kansas City Royals in Boston, Sunday, July 20, 2014.
The 2014 MLB non-waiver trade deadline is scheduled for Thursday, July 31, but the rumors surrounding the biggest names in the league have already enveloped the sport and created a serious buzz.
Eric Wilbur is a Boston.com sports columnist who is still in awe of what Dana Kiecker pulled off that one time in Toronto.
Fernando Rodney all Hood and no Robin, as Mike Trout and Albert Pujols combine to skewer The Crooked Cap sending Seattle packing as series losers.
Second baseman Robinson Cano wasn't in the lineup because he was, in manager Lloyd McClendon's words, "tight and sore" in his hamstrings.
The future King of England, Prince George, is upright. Probably more upright than Prince Harry after a night on the town.
Associated Press The Mariners' Kyle Seager is greeted by teammate Corey Hart after scoring in the 12th inning of Saturday's game against the Angels in Anaheim, Calif.
Robinson Cano has been about the only reliable hitter in the Seattle Mariners' offense.
He was happy with how his shoulder felt. Unlike his previous rehab stint where he felt pain in his shoulder after the first outing, this time he had no soreness the following day.
Former A's pitcher Dave Stewart, who won two games in the 1989 World Series, sees traits of the champions in this year's team.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 10:54 pm
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