10 Biggest Offseason Additions to the AL West in 2014

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Expecting 145 Games from Corey Hart is Crazy for Seattle Mariners in 2014

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Last week, manager Lloyd McClendon said that the “best-case” scenario for Corey Hart with the Seattle Mariners in 2014 would be for the newly signed free agent to play 145 games in right field. Hart backed up those expectations by […]

2014 AL West Lineup Power Rankings Heading into Spring Training

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MLB Rumors: Chris Capuano Targeted as Stop-Gap for Seattle Mariners

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The Seattle Mariners just opened Spring Training and they have already got a reason to worry about their starting rotation. Hisashi Iwakuma, who finished No. 3 in the Cy Young voting last season and was entrenched as the No. 2 […]

Justin Smoak Must Prove Himself for the Seattle Mariners in 2014

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The Seattle Mariners avoided arbitration with first baseman Justin Smoak on Saturday, agreeing to a deal that could be worth over $8 million over the next two seasons. While Smoak has been largely disappointing during his time with Seattle, the […]

Seattle Mariners 2014 Spring Training Profile: Brad Miller

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When Brad Miller came up as a midseason call-up in 2013, he provided a spark to the lineup for the Seattle Mariners. While he faded significantly down the stretch, Miller will be expected to be a cornerstone of the lineup […]

Seattle Mariners 2014 Spring Training Profile: Mike Zunino

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The Seattle Mariners are opening up Spring Training with high hopes for 2014 but will need major contributions from some young stars to get it done. Most important among those young stars is the team’s “catcher of the future” Mike […]

Jesus Montero Becoming a Disappointment for Seattle Mariners

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When the Seattle Mariners traded for Jesus Montero from the New York Yankees, the hope was that he would add some pop to the lineup and develop into a serviceable defensive catcher for the team. When Michael Pineda, the player […]

Seattle Mariners Must Move On With Franklin Gutierrez Done in 2014

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Franklin Gutierrez has struggled to stay healthy in recent years while the Seattle Mariners have stood by his side and waited patiently for him to return to the form that made him one of the best defensive center fielders in […]

Nick Franklin Doomed to Demotion with Seattle Mariners in 2014?

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With the Seattle Mariners getting set to open Spring Training, new manager Lloyd McClendon has plenty of questions to answer before the 2014 season gets under way. One of the biggest questions may be what the team will do with […]

Health of Scott Baker Could be Key to Rotation for Seattle Mariners

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With Felix Hernandez and Hisashi Iwakuma locked in at the top of the rotation, the Seattle Mariners have one of the best one-two combinations in all of baseball heading into 2014. But the team must find arms to fill out […]

Will Corey Hart Disappoint Seattle Mariners in 2014?

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The Seattle Mariners have been extremely active this offseason in an attempt to add some pop to their lineup heading into the 2014 season. They made headlines when they signed second baseman Robinson Cano to a huge deal and have […]