ESPN Insider Jim Bowden makes a special guest appearance to discuss five rookies he can't wait to see in spring training.
Well, they did it. The Seattle Mariners have reportedly agreed to a 10-year, $240 million deal with Robinson Cano, the first big-time free agent the Mariners have signed since snagging Adrian Beltre after his 48-homer season in 2004.
NEW YORK -- Quick thoughts on Sunday's Futures Game at Citi Field, where a good time was had by all, except those fans who missed three innings standing in line at the Shake Shack.
Sources say Justin Upton rejected a trade to the Seattle Mariners -- one of four such designated teams in his contract, along with the Boston Red Sox, Toronto Blue Jays and Chicago Cubs.
We've heard the rumors and seen the tweets and gone to bed dreaming: The Miami Marlins will listen to offers for Giancarlo Stanton. Now, listening to offers isn't the same thing as actively looking to make a deal, and assistant GM Dan Jennings told Jim Bowden yesterday on MLB Radio that they aren't shopping their young outfielder.
Felix Hernandez made his debut for the Seattle Marines when he was 19 years old. It’s easy to fall in love with the kids, of course, especially ones who throw fastballs from heaven and curveballs that opposing hitters would suggest were from hell.
In 2011, the Seattle Mariners finished 29 wins behind the Texas Rangers. They finished 19 wins behind the Los Angeles Angels.Mariners general manager Jack Zduriencik has adamantly refused to listen to offers for ace right-hander Felix Hernandez, no matter the desire of the New York media to stir up trade rumors.