5/20/2015 | Early run support boosts Elias' confidence
Roenis Elias has pitched well all season, but that still has not translated into wins because the Mariners have struggled to get him runs. This time, Seattle got some early offense, and Elias did the rest, holding Baltimore scoreless into the eighth inning en route to a 4-1 victory.
5/20/2015 | Tillman, Happ set to face off in rubber match
Chris Tillman will make his first start since May 12 on Thursday after dealing with a slight strain in his lower back that caused him to miss his last start. The Mariners will counter with veteran left-hander J.A. Happ.
5/20/2015 | Castillo ready for new start with Mariners
Once Welington Castillo was able to process the news of his trade from the Cubs to the Mariners, he looked forward to a new beginning and having the opportunity to make an immediate impact. He will get that chance Thursday, as manager Lloyd McClendon named him the starter for the series finale against the Orioles.
5/20/2015 | Elias, Ruggiano top O's to even series
Roenis Elias was dominant over 7 2/3 innings, holding the Orioles to one run in Seattle's series-tying 4-2 win Wednesday night.
5/19/2015 | New uniform, same pop for Cruz in Baltimore
Back in a familiar spot as he approached the batter's box at Camden Yards, Nelson Cruz tried to take in the moment.
5/19/2015 | Smith belts shot, brings one back in big 1st
Mariners left fielder Seth Smith had a first inning to remember in Tuesday's series-opener against the Orioles, impressing with both his bat and his glove.
5/19/2015 | O's fans give Cruz warm welcome before HR
Nelson Cruz got nothing but love from Orioles fans on Tuesday night. Cruz, last year's Most Valuable Oriole who helped lead the club to its first American League East title since 1997, stepped to the plate in the first inning to loud cheers at Camden Yards.
5/19/2015 | Jackson progressing, but still few days away
Eligible to return from the 15-day disabled list on Tuesday, center fielder Austin Jackson remains a few days away from rejoining the Mariners, according to manager Lloyd McClendon.
5/19/2015 | Chen, Elias to duel as O's, Mariners continue set
Wei-Yin Chen will try to pick up his first home win of 2015 in his fourth appearance at Camden Yards when he takes the mound against Roenis Elias and the Mariners on Wednesday.
5/19/2015 | Mariners get Castillo to bolster catching depth
Looking to add depth at the catching position, the Mariners acquired six-year Major League veteran Welington Castillo from the Cubs on Tuesday in exchange for right-handed reliever Yoervis Medina.
5/18/2015 | Mariners awaiting rest of bats to click with Cruz
As the Mariners prepare to open a nine-game East Coast road swing Tuesday in Baltimore, they're looking at a familiar situation.
5/18/2015 | Slugging Miller named AL Player of Week
Mariners shortstop Brad Miller has been named the American League Player of the Week after leading the Majors in slugging percentage last week.
5/17/2015 | Miller takes control by breaking out with bat
Brad Miller has taken control of his own situation, providing a sudden burst of offense for a Mariners team that ranks 14th out of 15 American League teams in terms of runs per game.
5/17/2015 | Paxton keeps rolling in latest scoreless start
There was a time this season when James Paxton was lugging an ugly 8.40 ERA after three starts, still searching for his first win and looking little like the dominant young lefty expected to help the Mariners make a run at the postseason. But those days seemed far behind the 6-foot-4 southpaw on Sunday as he fired eight scoreless innings in a 5-0 victory over the Red Sox.
5/17/2015 | McClendon expects Felix to make next start
Felix Hernandez uncharacteristically walked three batters in the sixth inning of Saturday's 4-2 loss to the Red Sox after tweaking his left ankle, but manager Lloyd McClendon said Sunday his ace shouldn't have any problem making his next scheduled start Friday in Toronto.
5/17/2015 | Cruz makes return to Baltimore against Gonzalez
Major League home run leader Nelson Cruz returns to face his former Orioles club on Tuesday when the Mariners open a nine-game road trip on Tuesday at Camden Yards.
5/17/2015 | Paxton dominates Red Sox to lift Mariners
Mariners shortstop Brad Miller hit his third home run in the past two games and left-hander James Paxton extended his scoreless streak to 20 innings with eight shutout frames on Sunday as Seattle beat Boston, 5-0, at Safeco Field.
5/17/2015 | Ortiz enjoys challenge of facing King Felix
Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz isn't bragging. He is, however, smiling. As one of the game's premier hitters, Ortiz enjoys the challenge of facing the better pitchers. Few are as good, much less better, than Mariners right-hander Felix Hernandez.
5/16/2015 | Red Sox turn to knuckleballer Wright vs. Mariners
Steven Wright, the only knuckleballer in the Majors other than R.A. Dickey, will take the mound for the Red Sox in Sunday's finale of this four-game series. The Mariners will counter with lefty James Paxton.
5/16/2015 | Mariners, Sox pay tribute to Negro Leaguers
The Red Sox and Mariners paid tribute to Negro League players on Saturday night at Safeco Field, donning throwback uniforms for the Boston Royal Giants and Seattle Steelheads of 1946.
5/16/2015 | Miller continues hot stretch with two-HR game
Brad Miller may have lost his starting shortstop job earlier this month, but he's found a way to keep helping the Mariners, as the newly ordained utility player hit a pair of home runs in Seattle's 4-2 loss to the Red Sox on Saturday at Safeco Field.
5/16/2015 | McLendon: Cruz's offense not a surprise
Nelson Cruz entered Saturday's play leading the American League in all three Triple Crown categories -- home runs, batting average and tied for tops in RBIs -- but Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon believes the big right fielder hasn't even hit his hottest streak yet.
5/16/2015 | Mariners' Jackson begins rehab assignment
Center fielder Austin Jackson started a Minor League rehab stint on Saturday night with Triple-A Tacoma after being cleared by Mariners trainers to begin playing on the right ankle he sprained two weeks ago.
5/16/2015 | Cruz is Mariners' Mr. Clutch with walk-off
When the Mariners signed Nelson Cruz to a four-year, $57 million deal last December, they knew they were getting one of the game's better right-handed power bats. But what they've learned in the first six weeks of Cruz's first season in Seattle is about more than just big flies.
5/16/2015 | Happ, rotation keep Mariners hopeful
Okay, so the Mariners had their struggles in the opening month of the season. So they are three games below .500. So what.
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