The Seattle Mariners have made big improvements to the club this offseason, but it still might not be enough to make it to the postseason in 2016.
The Seattle Mariners had a disappointing season in 2015, but there is one moment fans shouldn’t forget.
Of the 30 MLB teams, the Seattle Mariners are one of three to have not retired somebody’s number. The time for that honor to be given is now.
The Seattle Mariners have plenty of options for the last spot in their rotation, but James Paxton gives them the best chance of winning.
Edgar Martinez of the Seattle Mariners has seen a big increase in support for the Hall of Fame -- it’s about time.
Boog Powell has the chance to be an everyday outfielder next season, and Seattle Mariners fans should be excited about it.
There is doubt that Ken Griffey Jr. will make the Hall of Fame, but with the way voting is going, he could receive the highest percentage of votes ever.
The Seattle Mariners finally have their shortstop of the future in Ketel Marte, who could be the best shortstop the Mariners have had in 15 years.
Seth Smith could be a nice addition for a lot of teams, but his place on the Mariners doesn’t make much sense.
The miracle of the Seattle Mariners signing Hisashi Iwakuma last night gives them options, but it is clear starting pitching is not a problem anymore.