All parts and little union is how the team looked, losing this past weekend to San Jose. But they will be a very good team when some injured players return and coach Sigi stops tinkering with normal.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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Jon Wells writes well and has thoroughly documented the repeated bumbling and cavalier disregard for achieving a championship among the leadership of a franchise that is mediocre or worse. But can fans take the pain of remembering?READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The baseball had its ups and down. But the Seattle team was dazzled by Japan and one player became engaged atop a skyscraper.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
A good pitching performance by Seattle's Justin Vargas goes to waste as the M's batters manage only 3 hits. At age 38, Oakland starter Bartolo Colon breezes through 6 innings, holding the M's hitless until the fifth.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The promising young slugger has a shoulder sprain.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The presence of survivors and families provided far more meaning than the game between Seattle and Oakland. Among those honored at the game were the parents of a young American woman, Taylor Anderson, who was teaching in Japan and died after taking her students to high ground.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Art Thiel in Japan: Opening Day shows the star's ability to manage a situation and the potential for the Seattle Mariners' offense to improve with him batting third.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The No. 3 hitter in the batting order knocked out four base hits as the M's won 3-1 to take a one-day lead in the AL West standings.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Art Thiel in Japan: Members of the Mariners and Oakland A's come to the devastated community of Ishinomaki and saw how shocking the toll remains. A small gesture, the visit was far better than doing nothing.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
Art Thiel in Japan: On a hurried trip, the Seattle Mariners' manager and several players made time to visit Little Leaguers in a city devastated by both earthquake and tsunami. Update: Mariners release full roster.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Art Thiel in Tokyo: Japan's game is improving as some stars, like ex-Mariner Kenji Johjima, return to Japan. And living in a new culture remains challenging for young people just as it was for the first Japanese player in the majors.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Seattle Manager Eric Wedge is looking forward to a day off before the M's start the regular season in Tokyo with two games against the Oakland Athletics.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Art Thiel reports from Tokyo on Ichiro: He's a historical player, but carrying him to more history could be hard for a struggling team.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
Munenori Kawasaki is an extrovert with a sense of humor who came across the Pacific on a Minor League contract and has apparently made the Mariners' roster for the coming year.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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