Reading Time: 4 minutes According to Mark Feinsand of, momentum is developing towards a possible deal between the Seattle Mariners and free agent outfielder Jon Jay. This shouldn’t come as a surprise considering Seattle needs a replacement for Jarrod Dyson; also a free agent.FULL STORY

Reading Time: 6 minutes Twenty-six months have passed since Jerry Dipoto became general manager of the Seattle Mariners; a job he eagerly accepted with eyes wide open. Dipoto knew he was inheriting a flawed roster with some of its best players approaching decline. Moreover, itFULL STORY

Reading Time: 3 minutes Every MLB organization could use a player like Shohei Ohtani of the Nippon Ham Fighters. But, the Seattle Mariners could use him more than most. The Mariners need Ohtani to regain relevance in their hometown; Seattle needs the planet’s mostFULL STORY

Reading Time: 11 minutes About a year ago, Seattle Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto provided a straightforward assessment of his team’s rotation when talking to Brock and Salk of 710 ESPN Seattle. “I do believe we have created the depth that is required toFULL STORY

Reading Time: 8 minutes With Jarrod Dyson testing free agency, the Seattle Mariners need center field help. As with the club’s first baseman search, how general manager Jerry Dipoto fills the void isn’t clear. Keeping in mind Dipoto could address Dyson’s departure several different ways,FULL STORY

Reading Time: 7 minutes The Seattle Mariners need help at first base. That’s not a surprise. Incumbents Yonder Alonso and Danny Valencia are free agents and prospect Daniel Vogelbach remains an enigma. How the club tackles the situation isn’t clear at the moment. Since joiningFULL STORY

Reading Time: 4 minutes Whenever queried about his team’s payroll, Seattle Mariners CEO John Stanton conveys a similar message. His team committed a historical amount of money to salaries last season and there’s room for growth. Another recurring theme; general manager Jerry Dipoto hasFULL STORY

Reading Time: 5 minutes There were plenty of good news stories for the 2017 Seattle Mariners. In the end though, misfortune prevailed. The team’s most notable dilemma; an injury-ravaged rotation slogging through a disappointing year with 17 different starters. Trouble initially surfaced when Drew SmylyFULL STORY

Reading Time: 5 minutes Last week, we learned the Seattle Mariners began their offseason by reshuffling their field staff. Among the casualties, first base coach and base running mentor Casey Candaele. Media reports suggest the Mariners’ lackluster performance on the bases factored into theFULL STORY

Reading Time: 5 minutes The emergence of Mike Zunino as a hitter qualifies as a one of several good news stories from an otherwise disappointing season for the Seattle Mariners. After being an offensive liability for the majority of his career, Zunino was oneFULL STORY

Reading Time: 9 minutes Just one year ago, the Seattle Mariners propelled themselves into wild card contention with a torrid 18-9 win-loss record in September. The club fell short of a playoff berth, but their strong finish energized baseball fans throughout the Pacific Northwest.FULL STORY

Reading Time: 4 minutes It’s been a tough five weeks for the Seattle Mariners. Since the beginning of August, the club has a 15-18 win-loss record and continues to descend in the AL wild card standings. Entering today’s action, Seattle is four games behindFULL STORY

Reading Time: 3 minutes When news broke the Houston Astros were getting Detroit Tigers ace Justin Verlander late Thursday night, reaction from Seattle baseball fans could be summed up in one word. Frustration. Not only did the pitching-deprived Mariners fail to acquire Verlander, aFULL STORY

Reading Time: 5 minutes For the second time in as many months, Seattle Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto brokered a deal with the St. Louis Cardinals to help his club contend now and in the future. This time, the organization snagged a veteran pieceFULL STORY

Reading Time: 7 minutes September is just days away and the Seattle Mariners are doing something that was unimaginable to many fans in May — contend for the postseason. You see, the Mariners were eight games under the .500-mark on May 27 and hadFULL STORY

Reading Time: 7 minutes With just five weeks remaining in the regular season, it’s conceivable the victors of the AL wild card race won’t emerge until the last day of the season — perhaps later. Entering today, five teams are within two games ofFULL STORY