Drew Smyly

Not-So Smiley
Not-So Smiley
SEATTLE (AP) — Mariners' left-hander Drew Smyly will undergo Tommy John surgery after being diagnosed with a torn ulnar collateral ligament. Seattle announced the diagnosis on Wednesday, ending Smyly's hopes of returning this season...
M's Get Not-So-Smyly News
M's Get Not-So-Smyly News
ESPN.com is reporting that Seattle Mariners left-handed pitcher Drew Smyly is suffering from a "soggy" arm after club's projected #4 starter was scratched from what was to be his final start of the spring scheduled for this Friday. Smyly, 27, competed for Team USA in this year's recently completed World Baseball Classic and has complained recently of discomfort in his throwing arm... Rea
Seattle Acquires Drew Smyly as it Makes Pair of Trades
Seattle Acquires Drew Smyly as it Makes Pair of Trades
SEATTLE (AP) — The Mariners have made a pair of trades, landing left-handed starter Drew Smyly from the Tampa Bay Rays and right-hander reliever Shae Simmons from the Atlanta Braves. Seattle completed the two deals on Wednesday. The Mariners acquired outfielder Mallex Smith from Atlanta, but then sent him to Tampa Bay along with infielder Carlos Vargas and left-hander Ryan Yarbrough...