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The Seattle Mariners finished the 2016 MLB season 9 games out of first place in the American League West. With a 86 game winning season the Mariners are looking to rebound for the 2017 MLB season and make a push at the MLB Playoffs.

About the Seattle Mariners
In 1977, the Seattle Mariners joined Major League Baseball (MLB) as an expansion team. The play in the American League West with tough competition like the Los Angeles Angels, Oakland Athletics, and Texas Rangers. They go by the nickname “The M’s” which was a prominent part of their uniforms and logo in the '90s.

In 1999, the Mariners moved into their new home, Safeco Field. The field is located in the SoDo (South of Downtown) neighborhood and site around 48,000 on game day.

The Seattle Mariners are one of eight teams to have not won a MLB World Series or American League Pennant. However, the Mariners have had success throughout the years by winning the American League West titles in 1995, 1997, and 2001. The team currently has six members in its Hall of Fame, including Griffey, Jr. and Randy Johnson. 

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Mariners sign Waldrop to Minor League deal
Kyle Waldrop, a 25-year-old outfielder who played 15 games with the Reds last season, has signed a Minor League contract with the Mariners that includes an invitation to the Major League camp in February.
Sporcle Friday: Mariners longest home runs
Can you name the Mariners hitters who’ve mashed the 50 longest home runs over the past decade? Happy Friday and happy holidays, y’all. I wanted today’s quiz to be extra fun to try and match the festive mood of the season... and what could be more fun than DINGERS? Your task today is to try and recall a bunch of players who hit super long moonshots while wearing a Mariners uniform. Specifically, which M’s have been responsible for blasting the 50 longest taters over the past 10 years. For the distance values, I used the “True Distance”, as calculated over at ESPN’s home run tracker (link!). It’s a pretty fun little site; after you’re done with this quiz (not before, cheaters), I encourage you to go over there and click around a bit if you’ve never done so before. In today’s quiz, there are actually 53 entries because four long balls were tied for 50th longest (440 feet!). Although one player is responsible for about a quarter of the bombs on this list, 25 different hitters have sma...
The Seattle Mariners’ aging core and mediocre future
The Mariners were a good team last season, and might be again in 2017, but they don’t the flexibility needed to improve themselves anytime soon. Robinson Cano’s 10-year, $240-million contract with the Seattle Mariners in 2013 turned heads across the baseball world. This contract wasn’t just normal-ridiculously large; it was even too expensive for the New York Yankees (a seemingly paradoxical phrase before that date). Seattle was clearly hoping to secure present value from the 31-year-old Cano before his skills began to deteriorate with age, and maximize those early years of the deal with multiple playoff appearances. Three years later, the Mariners are still staring at a lengthy playoff drought (15 years at this point), and have an aging core that, in all likelihood, will decline over the next few years. With little flexibility—and no immediate help on the way from their farm system—the Mariners’ status of “fringe playoff contender” is unlikely to improve soon. The 2016 Seattle Ma...
Mariners Moose Tracks, 12/22/16: Trader Jerry, Sunday Night Baseball, and Angels Studs
Your daily dose of all things baseball. Good morning everyone! This is some fairly old news, but Greg Johns wrote about how Jerry Dipoto prefers to trade for players than them to sign in free agency. You should read the whole thing, but here’s a little snippet of his reasoning: "With trades, you're acquiring players that fit your roster," he said. "It gives you the ability to fit a puzzle piece in with some degree of precision, because you identify the pieces and move forward. With free agents, you're in the market competing with 29 other teams. You have to fit the puzzle piece, but also sell your team, stadium, manager, city, the money. Each step gets more complicated." I understand Dipoto’s logic, but I’m surprised that anyone would prefer trades to free agency as a main route of filling holes in a roster. When you trade for a player, you have to give up tangible talent in return. If you sign a player, the only asset you sacrifice is money, which doesn’t get the team more wins o...
Jeff Gordon to take first laps in Rolex 24 car at Daytona
Four-time NASCAR Premier Series champion and FOX NASCAR analyst Jeff Gordon spent Tuesday morning preparing to take laps in the sports car he'll be racing in the Rolex 24 at Daytona International Speedway.Gordon will hit the road course in the Wayne Taylor Racing No. 10 Konica Minolta Cadillac DPi-V.R as December testing kicks off for IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship drivers and teams.He'll split time with brothers and American drivers Jordan and Ricky Taylor, along with Italian driver Max Angelelli during the 24-hour race Jan. 28-29 on FS1.Check out Gordon's morning at Daytona below.
Wash. lawmakers introduce bill to allow firearms at stadiums
If three Republican Washington lawmakers have their way, fans attending Seattle Seahawks and Seattle Mariners games will be able to bring guns into the stadium with them. House Bill 1015 was prefiled on December 6, 2016. It aims to give citizens the right to carry firearms while attending games at CenturyLink Field and Safeco Field. As pointed out by Danny Westneat of The Seattle Times, both stadiums reside in Seattle but are run by private operators. These private operators have strict no-weapons policies, which only makes perfect sense. But that is being challenged by the authors of House Bill 1015, which sums up its argument with the following: “A local governmental entity may not, whether by law, ordinance, regulation, rule, policy, or contractual agreement, prohibit persons with a valid concealed pistol license from carrying a concealed pistol in any stadium, convention center, arena, or similar facility, or on the grounds of any such facility, that is owned, operated, 21 ...
Rzepczynski guaranteed $11M in 2-year contract with Mariners
SEATTLE (AP) Reliever Marc Rzepczynski is guaranteed $11 million in his two-year contract with the Seattle Mariners. The 31-year-old left-hander will receive $5.5 million in each for the next two seasons under the deal announced Saturday. Right-hander Casey Fien's one-year contract calls for a $1.1 million, which is not guaranteed. He would get a minimum of $175,000 in termination pay if released. Catcher Jesus Sucre's deal, announced Monday, calls for a salary of $630,000 in the major leagues and $315,000 in the minors. Rzepczynski was 1-0 with a 2.64 ERA in 70 games for Oakland and Washington this year and has made at least 70 appearances in each of the last three seasons. The 33-year-old Fien was 1-1 with a 5.49 ERA in 39 games for Minnesota and the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Seattle Mariners sign veteran relievers to bolster bullpen
The Seattle Mariners continue to make roster moves this offseason, the latest being a pair of free agent pitcher signings.  The first of the two to sign with the Mariners was situational southpaw Marc Rzepczynski, who agreed to a two-year deal worth $11 million. The Mariners will be the seventh Major League team for Rzepczynski, who brings a career 3.80 earned run average to the Mariner’s bullpen. Rzepczynski is a solid signing for the M’s, he had a tremendous bounce back season, lowering his earned run average from 5.66 in 2015 to 2.64 in 2016. He also increased his earned run average plus (which factors in the ballpark you pitch in as well as the League’s earned run average) from 74 in 2015 to 154 in 2016. Rzepczynski also pitched more innings than he had since 2011 when he worked 62.0 innings with the Toronto Blue Jays and St. Louis Cardinals. Rzepczynski gives the Mariners the situational lefty that they lacked last season. He averaged just 0.2 innings pitched per appearance, going more than one i
Taijuan Walker dealt with 10 bone spurs in his right foot last year
Arizona Diamondbacks right-hander Taijuan Walker had a painful 2016 campaign in more ways than one. According to Steve Gilbert of, Walker said that he had 10 bone spurs in his right foot last season that affected the use of his lower body. Walker also added that the biggest bone spur was 3/4 of an inch. #Dbacks Taijuan Walker said he had 10 bone spurs in his foot last year that impacted his ability to push off and use lower body. — Steve Gilbert (@SteveGilbertMLB) December 1, 2016 The 24-year-old Walker was all over the place in 2016 as a Seattle Mariner, going 8-11 with a 4.22 ERA and 119 strikeouts in 25 starts. He was demoted to the minor leagues in August and was ultimately traded to the Diamondbacks last month along with shortstop Ketel Marte for a package centered around infielder Jean Segura. A quantum leap probably shouldn’t be expected of Walker in 2017 with the move to a highly hitter-friendly ballpark in Chase Field. But hopefully a better bill of health can help the highly tale
Projecting Alex Jackson, Max Povse and Rob Whalen
Here are the prospects changing hands in last night’s deal between Seattle and Atlanta as evaluated by KATOH projection system. KATOH+ represents a player’s WAR projection over his first six years in the majors and includes said player’s Baseball America’s ranking as a variable. ***** Alex Jackson, RF, Atlanta Jackson has struggled to make contact ever since the Mariners popped him sixth overall back in 2014. He hit decently in his second crack at Low-A last year, but KATOH is alarmed by his 27% strikeout rate. The fact that he’s a right fielder who neither steals bases nor grades out well defensively also hurts his case. He’s hit for decent power, but the statistical negatives far outweigh the positives. Of course, Jackson was viewed as one of the best prospects in the country a mere two-and-a-half years ago, so it’s likely he still has some potential that isn’t showing up in his on-field performance. The traditional KATOH also projects him for 0.4 WAR. KATOH+ Projection for first ...

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