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3/5/2015 | Olmos returns to Mariners after Rangers' waiver claim voided

he on-again, off-again saga of Edgar Olmos with the Mariners continued Thursday as the left-handed pitcher was returned to Seattle's 40-man roster after Major League Baseball voided a Rangers waiver claim on him following a dispute over the health of his shoulder.

3/5/2015 | Mariners' offense shows potential for breakout season

The Mariners have long been known for stellar starting pitching, but the offense could break out in 2015 with Nelson Cruz and Robinson Cano anchoring their lineup.

3/5/2015 | Cruz homers, Cano gets off to hot start as lineup shows off strength

Nelson Cruz slugged a two-run homer and Robinson Cano went 2-for-3 with a double and two runs scored as the Mariners showed off the potential for their offense on Thursday against the Padres.

3/5/2015 | Montero goes all in to prove himself at first base

Former top prospect Jesus Montero has shed his catcher's mit and become fully dedicated to prove himself as an option at first base for the Mariners.

3/5/2015 | Choi to undergo surgery, will be out 4-6 months

Mariners first-base prospect Ji-Man Choi will undergo surgery on Thursday to repair a broken right leg after injuring himself leaping for a high throw in Wednesday's Cactus League opener against the Padres.

3/4/2015 | Mariners' Walker poised to turn potential into production

Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon's message to Taijuan Walker was brief. "We don't expect him to pitch like he's 21 or 22," McClendon said. Walker, who turned 22 in August, heard the manager loud and clear.

3/4/2015 | Peterson powers up in Mariners' spring opener

As the Mariners' first-round pick in the 2013 First-Year Player Draft, there are a lot of eyes on D.J. Peterson as he goes through his first Major League camp this spring. And the young third-base prospect didn't disappoint when he launched a home run on his initial at-bat in Seattle's 4-3 win in 10 innings over the Padres on Wednesday.

3/4/2015 | Mariners prospect Choi sustains broken fibula

Mariners first-base prospect Ji-Man Choi broke the fibula bone in his right leg on Wednesday after landing awkwardly trying to haul in an errant throw in the ninth inning of Seattle's 4-3 victory over the Padres in the Cactus League opener.

3/4/2015 | Walker sizzles in Cactus victory over Padres

Right-hander Taijuan Walker looked strong in his spring debut with two scoreless innings for the Mariners, while Patrick Kivlehan hit a walk-off single in a 4-3 win in 10 innings over the Padres on Wednesday at Peoria Stadium.

3/4/2015 | Felix excited to be part of new-look Mariners

Felix Hernandez remains the face of the Mariners, as evidenced by a large MLB camera crew that followed his every move on Wednesday shooting video for an upcoming 30-second promotional spot. But Seattle's ace isn't all on his own any more as the club has beefed up its roster with some noticeable veteran presence.

3/3/2015 | Seager teams up with friend to help fight cancer

Racking up hits has always been important to Kyle Seager, but that role will help another goal this season as the Mariners All-Star third baseman has hooked up with former North Carolina teammate Chase Jones on a charity to help fight children's cancer.

3/3/2015 | Hultzen feels good after throwing first live BP

Danny Hultzen took another step on the long road back from shoulder surgery Tuesday as the Mariners' 2011 first-round Draft pick threw his first live batting practice of the spring and pronounced everything good.

3/3/2015 | McClendon, Mariners ready to open Cactus League play

After nearly two weeks of fielding drills, bullpens and batting practice, manager Lloyd McClendon and his club are eager to get started with games. And the first "Play ball!" call comes Wednesday afternoon at a remodeled Peoria Stadium when the Mariners face the Padres in their Cactus League opener.

3/2/2015 | Ackley working in spring for fast start in April

After slow starts the past two seasons by Dustin Ackley, Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon plans to give the left fielder extra at-bats this spring with the hope he can hit the ground running when the season opens in April.

3/2/2015 | Rain wipes out Mariners' only scheduled intrasquad game

Rainy weather played a little havoc with the Mariners' plans for Monday, wiping out their only scheduled intrasquad game and putting a slight hiccup in some of the pitching plans. Manager Lloyd McClendon said he wasn't concerned about Mother Nature's interference.

3/2/2015 | Weeks likely to be part of corner-outfield platoon

Lloyd McClendon has never liked the word "platoon," but the Mariners' skipper acknowledged Monday that he'll likely be using that sort of split-time situation in both left and right field this season if things go as planned.

3/1/2015 | Rule 5 pick Rollins aims to nail down lefty role in 'pen

Seattle chose David Rollins in the Rule 5 Draft, hoping the southpaw can bring versatility to the Mariners bullpen.

3/1/2015 | Ramirez, Pries among arms to take mound in intrasquad game

Erasmo Ramirez and Jordan Pries are scheduled to start Monday's intrasquad game for the Mariners.

3/1/2015 | McClendon: Jackson key to 'jumpstart' Mariners offense

Seattle manager Lloyd McClendon said Austin Jackson will be the key spark plug to get the Mariners offense going at the top of the order.

3/1/2015 | Walker to start Cactus League opener vs. Padres

Seattle manager Lloyd McClendon named Taijuan Walker as the Mariners' starting pitcher for the Cactus League opener on Wednesday against the Padres.

3/1/2015 | One-time elite prospects set for breakout season in 2015

While we salivate at the release of the Top 100 prospect lists, the fact is that very few players become superstars. But some still manage to surprise you when most have stopped paying attention. Who could it be this season?