With several premium talents having graduated over the past 15 months, the Seattle Mariners’ farm system is looking a lot different. Here is my update on the system that has produced Kyle Lewis, Julio Rodriguez, Cal Raleigh, George Kirby, andFULL STORY

Julio Rodríguez has done something few Seattle Mariners prospects have accomplished this century. Live up to expectations. Sure, Kyle Lewis was the 2020 AL Rookie of the Year. But two-plus years after debuting in the majors, it remains unclear whetherFULL STORY

In this post, Curtis Christianson and Jason A. Churchill will note any changes in Jarred Kelenic‘s setup and swing. At least anything noticeable to the naked eye. In Kelenic’s last dozen games or so, he has been starting to turnFULL STORY

At the Summer Solstice, the Seattle Mariners appear better positioned to snag a top-10 pick in next year’s draft than earn a postseason berth this coming October. That’s not exactly what many Seattle fans expected from a franchise seemingly onFULL STORY

When the Seattle Mariners acquired Jesse Winker from the Cincinnati Reds in March, most baseball observers believed Winker was exactly what Seattle’s lineup needed. An established left-handed bat with a history of delivering outstanding results. Unfortunately, that player has yetFULL STORY

Every day is a fun day down in the minors (except Mondays), but some stick out a little more than others. Sunday was one of those days. Here are the highlights: Ken Giles Sunday, Giles made his fifth appearance sinceFULL STORY

A month ago it was all about Edwin Arroyo, and while the 19-year-old had a terrific May, he’s got company this time. Arroyo hit .300/.377/.539 with six homers last month, but his teammate had a monster month in the powerFULL STORY

Memorial Day has arrived and it’s readily apparent the Seattle Mariners are facing an uphill climb to have any chance of competing for a playoff berth in 2022. What will it take for the Mariners to get back on trackFULL STORY

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With Memorial Day upon us, it’s fair to say the 2022 season as a disappointment for the Seattle Mariners and its beleaguered fan base. Instead of battling at the top of the AL West division, Seattle is just a gameFULL STORY

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It’s Memorial Day and the Seattle Mariners aren’t living up to preseason expectations – far from it. The club that won 90 games last season is closer to the AL West division cellar than first place with approximately one-third ofFULL STORY

When Jarred Kelenic made his MLB debut in May 2021, expectations ran high for a prospect commonly viewed as one of the best in baseball. For many Seattle Mariners fans, Kelenic represented the future. A foundational piece capable of transformingFULL STORY

A lot happened in the minors Tuesday for the Seattle Mariners, including some season debuts… of sorts. Let’s dig. Modesto, A — California League Right-hander Sam Carlson made his season starting debut for the Nuts after starting 2022 in extendedFULL STORY

ÅFor a segment of frustrated Seattle Mariners fans, the 2022 season is slipping away. The team is unable to consistently score runs and is already falling behind in the AL West. In the eyes of the jaded, this is nothingFULL STORY