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The Seattle Mariners

Prospect watch: Seattle Mariners

LUKE WESTFALL, Evergreen sports co-editor April 17, 2024

Historically, the Seattle Mariners have had plenty to watch for in the minor leagues because of a lack of big-league talent. In 2024, the Mariners may be a different team at the big league level, but there...

J.P. Crawford points up after hitting a home run during an MLB Spring Training game, March 11 in Peoria, Arizona.

Seattle Mariners look to make teamwide leap in 2024

BRANDON WILLMAN, Multimedia editor March 28, 2024

PEORIA, Ariz. – In 2022, the Seattle Mariners snapped their offseason drought and even won a playoff series. But, in a disappointing 2023 season, they finished third in the AL West at 88-74 and missed...

Mariners prospect Cole Young at the teams big league Spring Training facility, March 11, in Peoria, Arizona.

Mariners mental investment key to team success

BRANDON WILLMAN, Multimedia editor March 25, 2024

PEORIA, Ariz. – When he played, the role he now holds did not exist. The biggest struggle of Adam Bernero’s MLB career may have been nonexistent if it had.  Bernero is the Seattle Mariners mental...

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COOVERT: Mariners compete for open bullpen, utility spots

LEVI COOVERT March 22, 2024

As Spring Training inches closer to the regular season every day, the Seattle Mariners are preparing to make their final roster cuts. While most of the team was already set in stone after the offseason,...

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WILLMAN: Mariners pitching staff best in MLB

BRANDON WILLMAN, Multimedia editor March 7, 2024

Last season, the Seattle Mariners may have disappointed fans as they fell short of the MLB postseason after snapping their two-decade-long hiatus from those playoffs.  But there should be a lot of...

Jorge Polanco fielding for the Twins in 2017, courtesy of Keith Allison via Wikimedia

Mariners Trade for Jorge Polanco

Levi Coovert February 3, 2024

News broke on the evening of Monday, January 29th that the Seattle Mariners would be acquiring former All-Star second baseman Jorge Polanco from the Minnesota Twins. ESPN insider Jeff Passan first reported...

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Where do the Mariners go from here

BRANDON WILLMAN, Multimedia editor October 8, 2023

The Seattle Mariners set their 2023 goal as “win it all,” trying to build off their drought-snapping 2022 playoff appearance. They were eliminated from playoff contention in the final week of the season.  Jerry...

The view inside the Mariners home Kingdome during the 1996 Season.
 Blake Handley via Wikimedia

For the Mariners, it may be 1996 all over again

SAM TAYLOR, Evergreen sports co-editor July 6, 2023

As I walked out of T-Mobile Park, June 27, I passed the Seattle Mariners clearance sale of 2022 Postseason merchandise. It was minutes after the Mariners failed to score a single run in the bottom of...

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Opening Day in Seattle

SETH STERN, Evergreen reporter/Copy Editor April 4, 2023

On Thursday night, the city of Seattle came together to watch the Mariners host the Cleveland Guardians at T-Mobile Park for Opening Day. Before the game, fans of all Seattle sports were given a treat...

J.P. Crawford is a leader for the Mariners and helps the infielders dance after each win.

Welcome back, baseball

SAM TAYLOR, Evergreen sports co-editor March 30, 2023

The crack of the bat as it meets the ball, the smell of a freshly cut lawn (about one month out for those in the Pacific Northwest) and the feeling of pure elation when one swing changes the entire course...

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Mariners Spring Training 2023: What we learned

LUKE WESTFALL, Evergreen sports co-editor March 30, 2023

There are plenty of negative speculations about Spring Training. Some say it is too long for batters and too short for pitchers. Some say it is for monetary value and not for the player's benefit. Regardless...

Mariners fans were overjoyed when they learned broadcaster Aaron Goldsmith would return to the team after he withdrew his name from a highly coveted play-by-play job with the St. Louis Cardinals.

In true demonstration of love, Aaron Goldsmith returns to the Mariners

SAM TAYLOR, Evergreen sports co-editor March 7, 2023

For Seattle Mariners fans in late January, the possibility of one of the organization’s most treasured broadcasters departing for what many believed to be his dream job of doing play-by-play broadcasting...

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