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5/4/2015 | Jackson lands on DL with sprained ankle

Mariners center fielder Austin Jackson was placed on the 15-day disabled list on Monday after spraining his right ankle in Sunday's 7-6 loss to the Astros in Houston. The move opened a roster spot for veteran reliever Mark Lowe to be added in time for Seattle's series opener in Anaheim.

5/4/2015 | Shortstop Taylor called up as Mariners tweak roster

Shortstop Chris Taylor and left-handed reliever Joe Beimel were called up from Triple-A Tacoma on Monday to take the place of relievers Yoervis Medina and Tyler Olson, who were optioned to Tacoma after the Mariners' 7-6 loss in Houston on Sunday.

5/4/2015 | Cruz powers way to AL Player of Month honors

It didn't take Nelson Cruz long to make his presence felt on the Mariners, as the club's new right fielder and designated hitter earned American League Player of the Month honors for his outstanding April on Monday.

5/4/2015 | MLB reveals 30 Honorary Bat Girl winners

Thirty winners were announced on Monday by Major League Baseball in the 2015 Honorary Bat Girl contest.

5/3/2015 | Smith allows run after long scoreless stretch

It had to happen sometime to Carson Smith, but he would have preferred not to have the first run allowed in his career be a game-winning home run by Astros designated hitter Evan Gattis in the eighth inning of a battle the Mariners were desperately trying to win Sunday.

5/3/2015 | Relievers Medina, Olson optioned to Triple-A

Relievers Yoervis Medina and Tyler Olson were optioned to Triple-A Tacoma by the Mariners after Sunday's 7-6 loss to the Astros as Seattle looks to make some changes in its bullpen.

5/3/2015 | Jackson suffers right ankle sprain

Mariners center fielder Austin Jackson was removed from Sunday's game against the Astros in the third inning after spraining his right ankle on a play at first base. He will be re-evaluated Monday.

5/3/2015 | McClendon: Walker enduring growing pains

Taijuan Walker has made two starts on the Mariners' 10-game road trip. One was outstanding. One not so much. And that's the way things likely will be for a while with the talented 22-year-old right-hander, manager Lloyd McClendon said, as he makes his way through his first full season in the Majors.

5/3/2015 | Wilhemsen feels good about bullpen session

Mariners reliever Tom Wilhelmsen threw about 35 pitches in a bullpen session Sunday at Minute Maid Park and will next throw a simulated inning Wednesday when the team is in Anaheim as he moves closer to coming off the 15-day disabled list with a hyperextended right elbow.

5/3/2015 | Astros edge Mariners for 10th straight victory

Designated hitter Evan Gattis clobbered two home runs Sunday afternoon, including a tiebreaking shot into the Crawford Boxes in the eighth inning, to send the Astros to their 10th consecutive win, 7-6, and complete a four-game sweep of the Mariners at Minute Maid Park.

5/3/2015 | Seeking first 5-0 start, Felix takes on Trout, Angels

Mariners ace Felix Hernandez resumes his long-running rivalry with the Angels on Monday in Anaheim as the American League West clubs open a three-game series at Angel Stadium. Both teams are competing for second place in the early division race, looking to stay within arm's length of the red-hot Astros.

5/3/2015 | Astros eye 10th straight win, club history vs. Mariners

The Astros will be seeking a 10th consecutive victory when they wrap up a four-game series against the Mariners in a Sunday matinee at Minute Maid Park. A victory would give the Astros an 18-7 mark, which would be their best start after 25 games in club history.

5/2/2015 | Blitz to 13 homers puts Cruz in elite company

Nelson Cruz is going where few sluggers have gone in Major League history, with 13 home runs through 24 games, but now the Mariners' right fielder needs to figure out how to bring his team along for the ride.

5/2/2015 | Astros outslug Mariners for 9th straight win

Not even two more blasts by Nelson Cruz on the Mariners' four-homer night could sidetrack the soaring Astros on Saturday, as Houston roared from behind at Minute Maid Park for an 11-4 victory, the ninth straight win for the American League West leaders.

5/2/2015 | Hultzen overcomes nerves in long-awaited return

After pitching in his first regular-season game in 20 months, Mariners left-hander Danny Hultzen said he was thrilled to be back on the mound for Double-A Jackson on Friday.

5/2/2015 | McClendon seeking better looks at the plate

The way Lloyd McClendon sees it, the solution is pretty simple. His Mariners seem to have squared away their early pitching problems. Now they just need to get the expected offensive production to support those arms.

5/2/2015 | McClendon hopes to see strides on offense

While Nelson Cruz has been sensational -- hitting his Major League-leading 11th home run on Friday -- the Mariners lost 4-3 to the Astros as their record fell to 10-13, six games behind the streaking Astros.

5/1/2015 | Hultzen looks sharp in return from surgery

Friday marked the first start for Mariners pitching prospect Danny Hultzen since 2013. The 2011 No. 2 overall Draft pick underwent did not play last season after undergoing surgery in 2013.

5/1/2015 | Three Clinton pitchers combine to throw no-no

Seattle Mariners Class A affiliate Clinton completed a team no-hitter on Friday night, its first no-no since 2013.

5/1/2015 | Astros aim to keep win streak alive against Mariners

The Astros and Mariners are fast becoming familiar foes this year, as Saturday marks the third matchup of a four-game set in Houston and their sixth meeting of 2015. Houston will try to continue their hot streak after picking up their eighth straight win on Friday.

5/1/2015 | Smith reflects on ongoing scoreless streak

Mariners reliever Carson Smith is working on the third-longest stretch of games in Major League history without allowing a run to start a career, a fact that couldn't be hidden from him too long when he returned to his home state this week to pitch against the Rangers and Astros.

5/1/2015 | Iwakuma still 3-4 weeks away from return

Hisashi Iwakuma has begun playing long toss back in Seattle, but remains three-to-four weeks away from rejoining the Mariners, manager Lloyd McClendon said on Friday.

5/1/2015 | Astros hit three homers to win eighth straight

Evan Gattis, Jake Marisnick and George Springer hit home runs and Samuel Deduno delivered an effective spot start on Friday as the Astros beat the Mariners, 4-3, for their eighth straight win.

5/1/2015 | Former All-Star Quentin announces retirement

Two-time American League All-Star Carlos Quentin asked for his release from the Mariners after five games with Triple-A Tacoma and announced his retirement from baseball on Friday.

5/1/2015 | Cameron reflects on four-homer performance

Mike Cameron recalls his historic night in Chicago 13 years ago, when he became one of 16 players to blast four home runs in one game.

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