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Ken Griffey Jr.'s Number to Be Retired by the Mariners

Ken Griffey Jr. will go into the Hall of Fame as a Seattle Mariners legend, and no Mariners player will ever wear No. 24 again.

On Friday, the Mariners announced they will retire the number Griffey wore during his entire tenure in Seattle at some point in the upcoming season.

Seattle tweeted the news:

Ken Griffey Jr.'s Number Flies Above Seattle on Space Needle After HOF Induction

Seattle wasted no time celebrating Ken Griffey Jr.'s record-setting Hall of Fame induction on Wednesday.

Hisashi Iwakuma's Surprise Return Caps Mariners' Surge Back to AL West Relevance

For a time, it looked like the Seattle Mariners had lost Hisashi Iwakuma. During that time, they had the look of a solid yet flawed team.

But then Iwakuma fell back into their laps. And now, well, surprise! What was a solid but flawed team now looks like a plain ol' solid team.

Hisashi Iwakuma to Mariners: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

Hisashi Iwakuma is staying in Washington, after all.

After originally agreeing to leave the Seattle Mariners for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Iwakuma signed a new deal with the Mariners on Thursday for 2016 with options for 2017 and 2018, per Shannon Drayer of ESPN Radio in Seattle.

The Mariners posted a video of general manager Jerry Dipoto announcing the re-signing of Iwakuma:

Nori Aoki to Mariners: Latest Contract Details, Comments, Reaction

After a magnificent start to 2015 for the San Francisco Giants, outfielder Nori Aoki suffered a concussion and was unable to return to action for a prolonged period of time.  

Steve Clevenger to Mariners: Latest Trade Details and Scouting Report

In a deal that sent Mark Trumbo to the Baltimore Orioles, the Seattle Mariners acquired utility man Steve Clevenger on Tuesday, per CBS Sports' Jon Heyman

Robinson Cano Is Still Good, but His $240M Megadeal Is Becoming an Albatross

From the sound of things, you'd think Robinson Cano is the worst baseball player, the biggest whiner and the most despicable human being ever.

In reality, he's not that bad of a guy. Or that bad of a player, really.

But if ever there was a time to acknowledge the honeymoon phase of his 10-year, $240 million contract with the Seattle Mariners is over, it sure seems like now.

Chris Iannetta to Mariners: Latest Contract Details, Comments, Reaction

The Seattle Mariners announced on Monday they have signed veteran catcher Chris Iannetta to a one-year deal.

Contract terms weren’t disclosed, though Greg Johns of indicated it's a major league deal:

Leonys Martin to Mariners in 5-Player Deal: Latest Trade Details, Reaction

After their center fielders finished 26th in WAR in 2015, per FanGraphs, the Seattle Mariners decided to upgrade their available options.

Scott Servais Reportedly to Be Named Mariners Manager: Latest Details, Reaction

Jerry Dipoto continues to put his stamp on the Seattle Mariners organization, as the new general manager is reportedly set to hire Scott Servais to succeed Lloyd McClendon as manager.  


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