Mariners NewsFelix Hernandez signs 7-year deal with Mariners
2/13/13, 7:48 pmHis hands trembled, his breath quickened and his eyes began to fill with tears. Felix Hernandez looked down at the piece of paper containing details of the largest contract ever placed in front of a pitcher and emotion took over.
Agency says no connection with Florida clinic
2/6/13, 7:52 pmThe agents who represent Seattle Mariners catcher Jesus Montero and Toronto outfielder Melky Cabrera say no one at their agency has ever heard of or knows anyone at the Florida anti-aging clinic currently under investigation by Major League Baseball.
AP source: Ibanez, Mariners agree to $2.75M deal
12/22/12, 8:07 pmRaul Ibanez and the Seattle Mariners have agreed to a $2.75 million, one-year contract, a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press on Saturday night.
Angels trade 1B-DH Morales to Seattle for Vargas
12/19/12, 8:27 pmThe Los Angeles Angels got the pitching depth they wanted. The Seattle Mariners got the power-bat they so desperately needed.
Rick Rizzs keeps the Niehaus memory alive in the booth
4/1/11, 4:49 pmAs the Mariners get ready to take to the field for the season opener at Oakland, announcer Rick Rizzs is getting set to do his first regular season broadcast without longtime friend and voice of the Mariners Dave Niehaus.
Sports reporter learning Spanish to talk to Mariners players
4/1/11, 12:57 pmA Seattle Times Sports Columnist says he's decided to learn Spanish to help him communicate better with Mariners players in Seattle.
Cust, Langerhans help Mariners beat Rockies
3/29/11, 5:49 pmDoug Fister picked the perfect time for his first scoreless outing of the spring.
Cust homers as Mariners beat Rockies
3/29/11, 5:34 pmDoug Fister picked the perfect time for his first scoreless outing of the spring.
Ichiro donates $1.2 million to Japanese Red Cross
3/18/11, 7:41 amIchiro has donated 100 million yen or just over $1.2 million to the Japanese Red Cross Society.
710 ESPN Seattle: Spring Training Broadcast Schedule
3/1/11, 6:34 pmThe Seattle Mariners Spring Training Broadcast Schedule for 710 ESPN Seattle.
Who will replace M's broadcaster Dave Niehaus?
1/5/11, 6:57 pmHard to believe, but spring training is just around the corner and the Mariners say they're still trying to figure out how to handle the gaping hole left in the broadcast booth by Dave Niehaus's unexpected death.
Mariners sign Bedard to one-year deal
12/2/10, 6:19 pmThe Mariners have signed free agent pitcher Erik Bedard to a one-year, non-guaranteed contract, the team announced on Thursday.
Report: Upton has Mariners on no-trade list
11/22/10, 11:42 amThe Mariners have reportedly expressed interest in acquiring Diamondbacks outfielder Justin Upton. But according to FOXSports.com's Ken Rosenthal, the 23-year-old Upton has no interest in coming to Seattle.
Ackley wins Arizona Fall League MVP
11/21/10, 9:34 amMariners prospect Dustin Ackley was named MVP of the Arizona Fall League on Saturday.
Felix Hernandez wins AL Cy Young
11/18/10, 10:06 amThe Mariners ace won the American League Cy Young Award on Thursday, becoming the first starting pitcher ever to capture the honor with fewer than 14 wins.
Safeco Field plans for celebration of Dave Niehaus
11/16/10, 3:09 pmSafeco Field plans to open its doors once again to the public to celebrate the life of Mariners broadcaster Dave Niehaus.
Donating in honor of Dave Niehaus
11/13/10, 7:51 pmMany Dave Niehaus fans have asked the Mariners office which charities they can donate in honor of the broadcast legend.
Safeco Field opens for fans Saturday
11/11/10, 5:13 pmSafeco Field will be open on Saturday so fans can gather and share memories of Seattle Mariners announcer Dave Niehaus.
97.3 KIRO FM and 710 ESPN present "My Oh My - A Tribute to Dave Niehaus"
11/11/10, 2:44 pmAs a tribute to Dave Niehaus, who passed away Wednesday, 97.3 KIRO FM and 710 ESPN Seattle will replay a special broadcast of one the Mariners' most memorable games.
Former Mariners remember Dave Niehaus
11/11/10, 11:38 amFormer Mariners Jay Buhner, Harold Reynolds, Edgar Martinez and Gaylord Perry share their memories of Dave Niehaus, who called every high and low in the team's 34-year history.