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Despite never having played an MLB game, Evan White has a $24 million contract and locked up the Mariners’ first-base job. The former No. 1 pick plans to stick.
After a mostly miserable first year in MLB, Yusei Kikuchi is “a different guy,” said Mariners manager Scott Servais. Velocity, control, body mechanics all on an upgrade.
OF Mitch Haniger has had a brutal off-season that included three surgeries. He’s back at Mariners camp determined to return to full health and help lead baseball’s youngest outfit.
And so it begins, a celebration of youth for the 2020 Mariners. If you were looking for a season of competitiveness, you really haven’t been paying attention.
The Mountain West Conference coach of the year at Hawaii, Nick Rolovich takes over at Washington State with an apparent understanding of the Apple Cup drought.
As the Johnny Appleseed of MLB, the Mariners scattered 16 players throughout the postseason. Whether their turn comes is anyone’s guess.
No more Edgar. No more Ichiro. Now, no more Felix. Farewell for Hernandez Thursday at the end of a dismal season leaves Mariners to count on the future instead of the past.
In his first start since May, Felix Hernandez surprised many Saturday with a creditable 5.2 innings that held the Blue Jays to two runs. He says he isn’t done.
In the world of health care, the name Fred Hutchinson is synonymous with Seattle. On 100th anniversary of his birth, a look at the ballplayer and the man.