The Seattle Mariners put up a three-spot in the 8th inning today (May 26) but it wasn't enough to overcome a six-run hole that they had dug themselves into in an effort to sweep the Oakland A's at Rickey Henderson Field for the first time since 2016
The Seattle Mariners batters were stymied once again tonight (May 17) mustering just 4 hits and a lone run at the hand of starting pitcher Casey Mize and the Detroit Tigers in the first of a three-game home series at T-Mobile Park in Seattle.
The Seattle Mariners took their first glimpse into a hopefully brighter future on Thursday (May 13) night when they opened a four-game series at T-Mobile Park in Seattle against the Cleveland Indians with the Major League debuts of top prospects Jarred Kelenic and Logan Gilbert.
The Seattle Mariners anemic offense still managed to take a lead late into their series opening game against the Baltimore Orioles tonight (May 3) before surrendering 5 runs in the 8th inning before succumbing to the O's by a final tally of 5-3 at T-Mobile Park in Seattle.
The Seattle Mariners finally got some offense out of their much-maligned 5-9 batters and got another sterling performance from the arms in the bullpen en route to a 7-4 series-opening victory over the Los Angeles Angels at T-Mobile Park tonight (April 30).
The Seattle Mariners had a couple of rarities today. First, they were able to rough up Zack Greinke. Second, their thus-reliable bullpen imploded in the 8th inning giving up 5 runs en route to 7-5 loss to the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park.
Last night, the Mariners simply didn't have enough Kyles to keep up with the Houston Astros in a 5-2 loss as both namesakes Seager and Lewis both hit home runs. Tonight (April 27) only one Kyle collected the measly two hits.