Jerry Dipoto


Jerry Dipoto cheers on son Jonah ... against his own team!

PEORIA, Ariz. -- Jerry Dipoto had to halt the interview. He couldn’t hold back the waterworks. Moments prior, sitting in a booth atop the Peoria Sports Complex for a Royals-Mariners matinee, Seattle’s president of baseball operations watched his son, Jonah, pitch a perfect eighth inning for Kansas City. With his wife, Tamie, seated to his left, Jerry stood with his trademark “scout” look -- right hand under left elbow, chin down, glasses on and biting his thumb -- but he looked far more anxious, and for good reason.

Jerry Dipoto: Mariners intent on adding at least one bat to lineup

General manager Jerry Dipoto said that the Seattle Mariners are still intent on adding at least one significant offensive piece to their lineup as spring training gets underway in Arizona. "We want to add some impact to our offense and believe that, minimally, we want to go get one impact...
The Spokesman-Review

Mariners’ GM Jerry Dipoto is on the clock with baseball’s return. Which free agents could make their way to Seattle?

After 99 excruciating days of waiting and wondering when or if it would return, watching the back and forth of the pugilistic negotiations between the Major League Baseball owners and the MLB Players Association play out on social media, one of the most anticipated seasons in recent Mariners history can restart with the same sense of urgency that was felt when the 2021 season ended.