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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. 

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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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PEORIA, Ariz. (AP) On Sunday morning, Mariners newcomer Tyler O'Neill figured his Seattle teammates were intrigued by the performance he planned to give later in the day. Not with his bat - although that was a definite possibility, because the outfielder was the Southern League MVP last year when he hit .293 with 24 home runs and 102 RBIs for Double-A Jackson. Instead, O'Neill had another skill to show off. He's the Piano Man for the Mariners. Scheduled to go first in the team's rookie introductions, the power-hitting O'Neill planned to play classical music on the Yamaha keyboard in the Peoria Sports Complex clubhouse. He practiced earlier in the week - some saw him pounding the keys, but the sounds remained a mystery. ''They saw my fingers working pretty fast,'' said O'Neill, who began playing the piano when he was 7 years old. ''I'm sure some people were curious and want to hear it.'' Beyond the mini-recital, more introductions are in the future for O'Neill, a nonroster invite to Seattle camp. The
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It was just one game, but it’s hard not to catch the manager’s eye when you go 3 for 3 with two doubles and 3 RBI as Guillermo Heredia did in the Mariners Cactus League opener. In truth, attention has been on the 26-year-old all camp and those eyes are seeing something a little different than what they saw last year. “Totally different guy,â€* said Mariners Manager Scott Servais after the Mariners 13-3 win over the Padres Saturday. “You talk about just signing, showing up in this camp from Cuba having never spent a day in the United States to where he has come in a year? A really good day for him.â€* Stecker: Mike Blowers encouraged by added velocity in Mariners bullpen Heredia was a late signing last spring and hadn’t played competitive ball since the summer of 2014. Known for his speed and defense, there were questions about his offense. There were also questions about how he would hold up in a 162-game Major League season. That, for Heredia, was an eye opener. “It was really hard obviously,â€
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It was just one game but it is hard not to catch the manager’s eye when you go 3 for 3 with two doubles and 3 RBI as Guillermo Heredia did in the Mariners Cactus League opener. In truth, eyes have been on him all camp and those eyes are seeing something a little different than what they saw last year. “Totally different guy,” said Servais after the Mariners 13-3 win over the Padres Saturday. “You talk about just signing, showing up in this camp from Cuba having never spent a day in the United States to where he has come in a year? A really good day for him.” Heredia was a late sign last spring and hadn’t played competitive ball since the summer of 2014. Known for his speed and defense there were questions how his offense would play. There were also questions about how he would hold up in a Major League 162 games season. That for Heredia, was an eye opener. “It was really hard obviously,” Heredia said through an interpreter. “I didn’t play that many games and I passed the limit in Cub
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