Seattle Mariners prospect Cade Marlowe had a great year. So much so, the team unexpectedly added him to its postseason taxi squad. Naturally, this surprising development has some fans thinking Marlowe could play a major role with the Mariners inFULL STORY

Until the Seattle Mariners find their next second baseman, expect a constant drumbeat of rumors connecting the Mariners to free agents and players currently on other teams. The latest salvo of speculation involves Gleyber Torres of the New York Yankees.FULL STORY

When we explored potential middle-infield trade targets for the Seattle Mariners, Kolten Wong of the Milwaukee Brewers wasn’t included. At the time, it was unclear whether Milwaukee would exercise its 2023 option on Wong. Since then, the club retained theFULL STORY

By trading for Teoscar Hernández, the Seattle Mariners made the first of several moves needed to improve an offense, which struggled to consistently score runs in 2022. Next up for the Mariners’ front office, acquire two more established bats. Preferably,FULL STORY

This offseason, the Seattle Mariners want to upgrade an offense that was average-ish in 2022. We’ve already suggested middle-infield trade targets for the team. But as the 40-man roster stands today, the Mariners also require two corner outfielders capable ofFULL STORY

When the Seattle Mariners look to upgrade its offense this offseason, the middle-infield unit is desperate need of attention. After all, Mariners second basemen and shortstops were collectively among the least productive in MLB this year. Other than reaching baseFULL STORY

The Seattle Mariners making the postseason this year isn’t a foregone conclusion. But with 25 games remaining in the season, Seattle appears well-positioned to experience playoff baseball for the first time since 2001. With this in mind, I thought it’dFULL STORY