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Final Report Card Grades for Mariners Prospects at the Arizona Fall League

Seven Seattle Mariners prospects concluded play at the Arizona Fall League last weekend.

The Mariners sent three position players and four pitchers to the league, which lasted nearly a month-and-a-half and attracted some of the top prospects in baseball.

Among those representing Seattle were Taijuan Walker and D.J. Peterson, two of the top young players in the club's system.

Hanley Ramirez to the Mariners Would Shift AL's Balance of Power

When the Seattle Mariners signed Robinson Cano last winter, a prevailing train of thought was that they were probably more than one star away from being a contender.

Except not, as it turned out. With Cano in tow, the Mariners improved from 71 wins to 87 wins and barely missed the postseason in 2014. Since one star was good enough to take them that far, you wonder what one more star could do.

Robinson Cano Injury: Updates on Mariners Star's Toe and Return

Seattle Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano admirably decided to represent Major League Baseball in the MLB Japan All-Star Series, but the 32-year-old veteran wasn't exactly rewarded for his commitment.

Bargain Free Agents the Seattle Mariners Should Keep on Their Radar

With a top-heavy free-agent class and some obvious holes to fill, the Seattle Mariners figure to be interested in some of the premier players available on the market.

Felix Hernandez vs. Corey Kluber: The Numbers Say Lots, but Not Everything

The race for the American League Cy Young Award appears to be so tight it might force even the staunchest of baseball traditionalists to dig deep into the statistics that normally make them cringe.

3 Dream Free-Agent Pickups for the Seattle Mariners

With MLB free agency beginning Monday night, the Seattle Mariners can officially start signing players in an attempt to upgrade their offense.

Seattle Mariners: Failed Trades with the Detroit Tigers

Awful baseball teams tend to deal away veteran talent. Such is common practice in Major League Baseball.

The Seattle Mariners, until recently, fit the bill of one of those awful baseball teams. Only twice did they surpass the 75-win plateau from 2004 to 2013. The M’s, like any other dreadful team in their situation, dealt away most players of worth. Out the door went Cliff Lee, Michael Morse, Ichiro Suzuki, et al.

The 5 Biggest Decisions the Seattle Mariners Have to Make This Offseason

Prior to a year in which they are expected to contend, the Seattle Mariners have a few key decisions to make during the offseason.

Seattle finds itself in the rare position of trying to win now rather than building toward the future. The last two times the Mariners were coming off a winning season (2007 and 2009), they made disastrous signings and trades that resulted in poor records the following year.

Seattle Mariners' Top 10 Moments of the 2014 Season

Despite falling just short of making the postseason, the Seattle Mariners had an exciting 2014 season.

The Mariners were in contention for the AL Wild Card until Game 162 of the year and were relevant well into September for the first time in several seasons. The wild-card race provided several thrilling moments for a fanbase that hasn't had much to cheer for in quite some time.

Seattle Mariners Find Silver Lining on Disastrous Road Trip

A disappointing 4-7 road trip has left the Seattle Mariners on the brink of playoff elimination.


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