Watch: Mitch Haniger opens Mariners season with 411-ft blast

Mitch Haniger isn’t just talking the talk when it comes to the Mariners’ goal of ending their 20-year playoff drought. In his first opportunity of the 2022 season, he walked the walk. With Ty France on first base and two outs in the first inning, Haniger blasted an...
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Mariners' Ty France: On base thrice in win

France went 1-for-2 with two walks and a run in a win over the Twins on Friday. France was a thorn in the side of Minnesota pitching from his No. 2 spot in the order, helping make up for Adam Frazier's empty box score out of the leadoff spot. The 27-year-old is primed for a breakout season after already producing an impressive .291 average and .813 OPS across 152 games in 2021.
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Mariners' Jesse Winker: Multi-hit effort in debut

Winker went 2-for-4 with a walk in a win over the Twins on Friday. Winker had a noteworthy regular-season Mariners debut, as not only did he produce the only multi-hit effort of the day for Seattle, but he also made a game-ending catch at the left-field wall on a Gary Sanchez drive that initially looked like it had a chance to leave the yard. Winker operated out of the No. 3 spot in the order Friday and is slotted there again Saturday while starting at designated hitter.
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Game 2: Mariners at Twins

In the wake of a nail-biting return to baseball, I think I speak for all Twins fans when I say that I’m excited to see the Minnesota lineup face a pitcher other than the reigning Cy Young winner, and really show off what these nine bats can do. Facing...

Forgotten Mariners Friday: Outfielder Denard Span

For a considerable period of time during the 2018 season, it appeared the Seattle Mariners were on their way to ending their (at the time) 17-year playoff drought. Mitch Haniger, Jean Segura, Nelson Cruz, and Edwin Diaz were enjoying All-Star seasons, and breakout performances were underway from Ryon Healy, Marco Gonzales, and Wade LeBlanc.
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If it all goes wrong

Mayday Parade’s acoustic version of Three Cheers For Five Years is playing in a dark room, the light from a television splashing and diving across its features, casting long shadows. On the television is a baseball game, displaying a different kind of splashing and diving from a Detroit team and a Seattle team.

How to listen to Mariners radio broadcasts from Seattle Sports Station 710

The Seattle Mariners are back and looking to build on their 90-win 2021 season, and as the flagship station of the Mariners Radio Network, Seattle Sports Station 710 AM is the place to hear every game with broadcasters Rick Rizzs, Aaron Goldsmith, Dave Sims, Gary Hill and Shannon Drayer on the call.

Should Mariners Fans Be Concerned About Jesse Winker?

It’s never a good sign when the primary Spring Training highlight from your headlining offseason acquisition is a funny appearance on the team’s telecast. Unfortunately for the Seattle Mariners, that’s been the case so far for Jesse Winker. Winker’s Twitter-famous call of teammate Paul Sewald giving up...

Jarred Kelenic Was on Fire in Final Three Mariners Spring Training Games

Superstar prospect Julio Rodriguez getting called up by the Seattle Mariners on Monday may have been the highlight of the week, but Jarred Kelenic wasn’t willing to give up his fair share of the spotlight. Kelenic mashed a home run in three straight games to end Spring Training, leaving Mariners fans thrilled for what’s to come from their two young stars in 2022.

Mariners-Twins opener postponed, moved to Friday

The Seattle Mariners season-opening game at the Minnesota Twins, scheduled for tomorrow, Thursday, April 7, has been postponed due to a forecast of inclement weather in Minneapolis, the Twins announced today. The Mariners and Twins will instead play the season-opener on Friday, April 8 at 1:10 PM (PT). The four-game...
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If it all goes right

There are two things that I really like about baseball. The first is hard to put into words. It’s the something special that happens very occasionally during a game. For the majority of the three and a half hours of a baseball game, nothing happens and most people on the field are standing still.