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76-86, 4th in AL West
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Robinson Canó inaugura escuela de lujo en San Pedro de Macorís

El estelar segunda base de los Marineros de Seattle no solo es ejemplo sobre el terreno, también se preocupa por los más pequeños de su tierra natal. Leer

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Robinson Canó está feliz en Seattle

El dominicano, de 33 años, desmintió los rumores sobre un posible regreso a su antiguo equipo, los Yankees de Nueva York. Leer

Jerry Crasnick MLB Sr. Writer 

Mariners GM Jerry Dipoto isn't pausing for the holiday. MLB sources said he's talked to the Marlins about a trade that would bring outfielder Marcell Ozuna to Seattle. Miami is seeking young, controllable starting pitching, and Roenis Elias and Nate Karns both fit that description. Taijuan Walker is almost certainly out of reach, and James Paxton's injury issues would make him a risky bet for Miami.

Mariners are on the right path

Seattle has been retooling since the start of the offseason and, if all goes well, could be a surprise contender in 2016. The M's are trending upward, Jim Bowden writes. MLB status check (Insider)

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Does Robinson Cano want out of Seattle?

A report on Monday said the second baseman is unhappy with the Mariners' new management, but GM Jerry Dipoto says the situation is "quite the opposite." Is Cano likely to be traded? MLB rumors roundup

Jerry Crasnick MLB Sr. Writer 

Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto has been ultra-aggressive in reshaping the team's roster this winter, and several MLB executives think he's likely to move righthanded slugger Mark Trumbo before spring training. For more on Trumbo and other offseason developments, check out MLB Hot Stove Daily.

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MLB Hot Stove Daily: Trumbo could be next Mariner to go

The MLB hot stove season is going strong, and speculation is heating up about whether Mariners GM Jerry Dipoto is done dealing in Seattle, among other things. Here's what our writers are hearing.

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Would Mariners gamble on Yasiel Puig?

They should, since they need another outfielder and are staring down the longest playoff drought in the majors. The problem is that the Mariners have about as much depth as a kiddie pool and a farm system in tatters, so who would they offer? Other possible destinations

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Servais adds Candaele, Hampton to M's staff

The Seattle Mariners have added Casey Candaele as first base coach and Mike Hampton as bullpen coach on the staff of first-time manager Scott Servais.

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McClendon to manage Tigers' Triple-A affiliate

It didn't take Lloyd McClendon long to find a new job as the former Mariners manager was hired by the Detroit Tigers to lead the Triple-A Toledo Mud Hens.

Jim Bowden ESPN Insider 

According to a source directly involved in talks between Mariners and Yankees there is NO truth to any Robinson Cano - Jacoby Ellsbury trade talks...none.


Brewers send Sardinas to Mariners for Flores

New Brewers general manager David Stearns made a trade for the third straight day, dealing infielder Luis Sardinas to the Seattle Mariners on Friday for outfielder Ramon Flores.

Jim Bowden ESPN Insider 

Here is a quick look at the Mariners - Brewers trade: what the Mariners get: Luis Sardinas - quick twitcher, +run, +defense, +throw. SH w/ limited pop, slash/spray offensive game. Has an option remaining. What the Brewers get: Ramon Flores - LH hitter w/ fringe to avg tools across the board. Plays either corner, a stretch in CF. 45 runner who broke his leg last August. Out of options.

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Mariners swap Wilhelmsen to Rangers for Martin

The Mariners have acquired outfielder Leonys Martin from Texas as part of a four-player trade that sent right-handed reliever Tom Wilhelmsen to the Rangers.

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Don't forget about Carson Smith

The race for AL Rookie of the Year is believed to be a toss-up between Carlos Correa and Francisco Lindor. However, one of ESPN's 24 baseball experts gave the Mariners reliever some love. ESPN ROY picks

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What's Iwakuma's projected worth?

Hisashi Iwakuma looks to have completely recovered from a lat strain that forced him to miss a chunk of the 2015 season. But how much can the 35-year-old mid-rotation starter sign for in the offseason? How much are top free agents worth? (Insider)

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Ocho latinos se llevan el codiciado Bate de Plata en Grandes Ligas

Tres venezolanos, dos cubanos, un arubeño, un dominicano y un jugador de ascendencia puertorriqueña y cubana, fueron galardonados con el premio que es otorgado a los jugadores que más se destacaron en la ofensiva desde sus respectivas posiciones. Leer

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15dDavid Schoenfield

2015 offseason preview: Seattle Mariners

The Mariners still need a lot of help to boost their everyday lineup, and the minor league system isn't likely to produce many answers.

Joaquin Benoit only the beginning

Even with the addition of Benoit, GM Jerry Dipoto isn't satisfied with the bullpen yet. What else does he have in mind? MLB rumors roundup

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.24923rd
On Base Percentage.31122nd
Slugging Percentage.41112th
Earned Run Average4.1622nd
Quality Starts88Tied-10th

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