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Mariners Press Releases

  • Medical Update on Seattle Mariners Second Baseman Robinson Cano

    Robinson Canó underwent surgery today to repair both a right side and a left side core muscle injury. The surgery was performed in Philadelphia by Dr. William Meyers of the Vincera Institute.

  • Lloyd McClendon will not return as Mariners manager in 2016

    Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jerry Dipoto announced today that Lloyd McClendon will not be returning as Mariners manager in 2016.

  • Mariners announce 2015 minor league award winners

    Seattle Mariners Director of Player Development Chris Gwynn announced today the Mariners Minor League Awards for the 2015 season: INF/DH Jesus Montero (Tacoma/Seattle) and OF Tyler O'Neill (Bakersfield) were named Co-Players of the Year, RH Edwin Diaz (Bakersfield/Jackson) was named the Starting Pitcher of the Year, LH Paul Fry (Bakersfield/Jackson) was named Relief Pitcher of the Year and OF Jabari Blash (Jackson/Tacoma) received the Heart and Soul Award for his exemplary play and leadership.

  • Mariners Care raises over $1.2 million for Northwest charities in 2015

    Mariners Care, the Seattle Mariners non-profit foundation, and its corporate partners, helped provide $1,203,520 in 2015 for a variety of charitable programs throughout the Northwest. Since 2000, Mariners Care has helped raise over $17 million to benefit primarily youth-oriented community service programs.

  • Jerry Dipoto Named Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager

    Seattle Mariners President Kevin Mather announced today that Jerry Dipoto has been named the Mariners new Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations.

  • Seattle Mariners Homestand Highlights September 28-October 4

    The Seattle Mariners begin the final homestand of the 2015 season on Monday, September 28, with a three-game series against the Houston Astros, followed by a three game set against the Oakland Athletics. Here are some highlights of the upcoming games.

  • Charlie Furbush is Mariners nominee for the 2015 Roberto Clemente Award

    Major League Baseball and Chevrolet, the official vehicle of MLB, today announced that pitcher Charlie Furbush is the Seattle Mariners 2015 nominee for the prestigious Roberto Clemente Award presented by Chevrolet.

  • Mariners & AstraZeneca offer free cholesterol screenings at Sept. 15th game

    As part of the AstraZeneca "Make Your Move Across America" campaign, the Seattle Mariners will offer free lipid screenings and cholesterol education to baseball fans attending the home game at Safeco Field against the Angels on Tuesday, September 15.

  • Mariners add four players from AAA Tacoma

    The Seattle Mariners announced the following roster moves prior to tonight's game vs. the Texas Rangers. Jeff Kingston, the Mariners Assistant General Manager, made the announcement.

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