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Seattle Times 5 hours ago

2014 Mariners minor league season in review

Minor league baseball information Kelly Munro guru and her buddies in the Mariners baseball information department have released the season in review publication for the Seattle minor league system.
Seattle Times 5 hours ago

2014 Mariners season in review

The good, hard-working folks of the Mariners' baseball information office have released their season in review publication. It's lots of information from the 2014 season on the team and players, featuring interesting nuggets of information.
Mariners notebook: Is there a spot for Young in 2015 rotation?

Mariners notebook: Is there a spot for Young in 2015 rotation?

SEATTLE — Since the Mariners are looking to add at least one starting pitcher before next season, and since pending free agent Chris Young wants to return…well, it’s not quite that simple. The Mariners, as their roster currently stands, can’t guarantee Young or any acquisition target, a spot in their rotation — not with the way right-hander Taijuan Walker, their top prospect, finished the season. “We’ll see what happens,” Young said, “(and) if it’s beneficial for both parties. I understand this is a business, and that there’s a lot of very good talent with the...
Tacoma News-Tribune Oct 23, 2014

Hernandez, Cano and Seager among finalists for AL Gold Gloves

No Mariner has won a Gold Glove since 2010…

Three Mariners – Robinson Cano, Felix Hernandez, Kyle Seager – named Gold Glove finalists

Seattle Mariners All-Stars Robinson Cano, Felix Hernandez and Kyle Seager are all finalists at their respective positions for A.L. Gold Glove Awards, the MLB announced Thursday. Cano is one of three American League finalists at second base, joining Ian Kinsler of the Detroit Tigers and Dustin Pedroia of the Boston Red Sox. Cano, who previously […]
Tacoma News-Tribune Oct 23, 2014

Mariners' Hernandez, Cano and Seager among finalists for AL Gold Gloves

Three Mariners are looking to mine some off-season gold for their in-season gems.

Hernandez, Cano and Seager among finalists for AL Gold Gloves

Three Mariners are looking to mine some off-season gold for their in-season gems. Pitcher Felix Hernandez, second baseman Robinson Cano and third baseman Kyle Seager were identified Thursday as finalists at their positions for a Gold Glove award, which recognizes defensive excellence. Hernandez is a finalist for the first time in his 10-year career. The other pitching finalists are Toronto’s Mark Buehrle, a four-time winner, and Houston’s Dallas Keuchel. Cano was a 2010 and 2012 recipient while playing for the New York Yankees. The other second base finalists are Boston’s Dustin...
Seattle Times Oct 23, 2014

Robinson Cano, Kyle Seager and Felix Hernandez named finalists for Rawlings' Gold Glove awards

The finalists for the Rawlings Gold Glove awards were announced on Thursday morning. The Mariners had two finalist - both of whom have legitimate chances to win the award. The company created the awards in 1957. Winners are chosen by a survey a player and managers.
Seattle Times Oct 22, 2014

Mariners fans can look at Royals’ ride and be jealous

“Everyone in this organization I’ve talked to, players and staff, watch (Kansas City) and think what coulda, woulda, shoulda,’’ Mariners general manager Jack Zduriencik says.
Tacoma News-Tribune Oct 22, 2014

Mariners notebook: Hernandez picked as top AL pitcher by league execs

Club’s ace is only Mariner on AL all-star team, as chosen by the general managers and assistant general managers…
Mariners’ Hernandez picked as top AL pitcher by league execs

Mariners’ Hernandez picked as top AL pitcher by league execs

SEATTLE — Whether it’s a harbinger of the Cy Young Award won’t be known until Nov. 12, but Mariners right-hander Felix Hernandez was picked Wednesday as the American League’s top pitcher by league executives. The Sporting News polled 22 AL general managers and assistant general managers in determining an all-star team — one player at each position, one starting pitcher and one relief pitcher. Hernandez was the only Mariners’ player selected. The poll of execs picked Houston’s Jose Altuve over Robinson Cano at second base, Texas’ Adrian Beltre over Kyle Seager at third base...
Tacoma News-Tribune Oct 21, 2014

Mariners notebook: 2015 ticket prices again to be determined by demand

Prices generally going up (with some exceptions); Also Jordy Lara makes a splash in his winter-ball debut in the Dominican Republic…

Mariners notebook: 2015 ticket prices again to be determined by demand

SEATTLE — Wondering how much it’s going to cost to see the Mariners next season at Safeco Field? Keep wondering. The club distributed pricing information Tuesday to its season-ticket and partial-plan holders that confirmed it intends to continue using “variable pricing” along with “demand-based pricing” determined by seat location. Pricing for single-game tickets will be announced in January, but the Mariners contend season-ticketholders will “continue to save” from 10-to-60 percent over the cost of single-game purchases to all 81 home games. Account renewals will be priced...

Mariners announce 2015 season ticket structure plans

Confession: I don't know anything about this ticket stuff for obvious reasons. The Mariners released their season ticket pricing structures. Here's the info ....  The Seattle Mariners today announced plans and pricing structure for 2015 season tickets, both renewals and new accounts. A new partial plan, the 20-Game Plan, is being introduced, and “variable pricing” (based on the game) will be used again next season along with demand-based pricing determined by seat location.  Season ticket holders will continue to save from 10% to as much as 60% off the cost of single-game tickets and...

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