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Mariners acquire LHP Tyler Anderson from Pittsburgh Pirates

After taking the good vibes from last night and short-circuiting them by dropping them in a vat of Astros-colored Gatorade, Jerry Dipoto appears to be making good part of his “more moves yet to come” promise, as reportedly the Seattle Mariners are in talks to acquire LHP Tyler Anderson from the Pirates. The Pirates and Phillies were supposedly to have agreed to a deal earlier today, but that apparently fell through after there was a medical issue with one of the players headed back in the return to Pittsburgh, offering Dipoto an opportunity to pounce.
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MLB rumors: Mariners going after Whit Merrifield; Byron Buxton, Twins can't agree to extension

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Three Seattle Mariners Trades for Zach Davies

Arguably the best part about the MLB trade deadline is speculating what players could move and what players actually will move. There are likely 15 teams currently in the market for starting pitching, among them our beloved Seattle Mariners (55-46, 1.0G behind Oakland). It’s easy to list off the household names that could be on the move before July 30th (Scherzer, Berrios, Gibson, Means, Marquez, etc.), but a lesser-known name that is potentially a perfect fit for the Mariners is Zach Davies of the Chicago Cubs.
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Trea Turner Would Be the Perfect Trade Deadline Acquisition for the Mariners

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Breaking down FanGraphs’ Seattle Mariners prospect rankings

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Mariners lose, but don’t lose the way you thought they would

On the heels of the most thrilling victory of the season, perhaps the last few years, one that dug comparisons to ‘95 out of the grave and propelled playoff hopes to a fever pitch, the Mariners were cast into turmoil. The loss of a teammate to a trade is always difficult, but the factors compounding the case of Kendall Graveman were additive and threatened to spiral if left uncontrolled.
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Mariners Rumors: Trading with the Diamondbacks for Eduardo Escobar

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The 2021 Mariners are the most clutch team in MLB - and franchise history

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