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1 hr ago | Canada.com
Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Roy Halladay throws against the Seattle Mariners during first inning AL baseball game action in Toronto September 25, 2009.Halladay is retiring as a Toronto Blue Jay.The Blue Jays announced Monday they've signed the veteran pitcher to a deal that will allow the right-hander to retire in Toronto colours.
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5 hrs ago | BleacherReport
With all the MLB moves that went down in the past week, it seemed like no one was going to have anything to do during the winter meetings.
9 hrs ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Former Seattle Mariners manager Eric Wedge, who left the team in September, lashed out at M's general manager Jack Zduriencik and the club's upper management, accusing them of meddling with the on-field product, making personnel decisions that weakened the organization's scouting abilities, and "total dysfunction and a lack of leadership."
11 hrs ago | FakeTeams
Ray updates his 2014 fantasy second base rankings after the news that Robinson Cano has sighed with the Seattle Mariners.
Every week, we'll take a look at some of the moments that made the Mariners memorable over the last 37 seasons.
Well, the big free-agent market has come down to Shin-Soo Choo and Nelson Cruz. As the last big-name hitting free agents left, their markets have likely been determined.
MLB will be hard-pressed to keep up with the pace of last week's offseason action, with a flurry of trades and free-agent signings reshaping the makeup of the entire league.
Has anyone else noticed the real lack of good right-handed outfielders available in trades/free agency? We have zero of them.
Interesting. The biggest free agent has come off the board, landing in a destination few had predicted.
Robinson Cano smiles after hitting a solo home run against the Tampa Bay Rays. The Seattle Mariners say that cannot confirm any details of a potential deal with the free agent second baseman.
The conventional wisdom, as news broke late Thursday night and was confirmed before noon Friday, was that the Seattle Mariners had lost their minds -- absolutely and completely.
During his recent introductory news conference at Safeco Field, new Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon said, "This is the golden age of Mariners baseball," leaving many wondering if he'd actually seen much Mariners baseball since 2004.
Owners and general managers from all 30 MLB teams will convene in Orlando, Fla., starting on Monday for the four-day winter meetings that could include more big deals.
The Seattle Mariners shook up baseball's free-agent market, reaching a rich deal with Robinson Cano on a day when Carlos Beltran, Curtis Granderson and other familiar names found new homes.
Hours after losing free agent second baseman Robinson Cano to the Seattle Mariners , the Yankees jumped right back up on the horse, agreeing to terms with veteran outfielder Carlos Beltran on a three-year, $45 million contract, CBSSports.com and WFAN baseball insider Jon Heyman reported Friday night.
The New York Yankees need Michael Pineda to produce in 2014. It has been nearly two years since the Yankees traded away highly talented prospect Jesus Montero to the Seattle Mariners for rookie pitcher Pineda.