Defensive lineman Michael Bennett chose to stay with the Seahawks, agreeing to a deal with Seattle before he became eligible to sign with other teams.
Former Mariners star Ken Griffey Jr. sauntered into camp in Arizona this week the way he always does — on his terms. Griffey, unlike other stars of his era, can show up with no regrets, and no shame.
New Mariners 1B/OF Logan Morrison is healthy, which is a nice change, after a couple of seasons hindered by knee injuries. Now he’s just looking to find a spot in the Seattle lineup.
If there’s one thing Dustin Ackley’s frustrating struggles as a pro have taught him, it’s that the connection between his mental state and his performance is acute.
Mariners’ spring training can lull you into hoping better days are ahead. But Larry Stone pledges to stand strong this time and be realistic about the makeup of the roster.
Scott Baker, two years after undergoing Tommy John elbow surgery, believes he healthy enough to challenge for a spot in the middle of the Mariners’ pitching rotation.
The M’s are at best an afterthought, at worst the whipping boys of a frustrated fan base.
“There’s 240 reasons why I wouldn’t play second (base),’’ Franklin says — as in the $240 million the Mariners are paying Robinson Cano.
Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon blasts comments by Yankees hitting coach Kevin Long about Robinson Cano’s perceived lack of hustle. McClendon also said he expects all of his players to “give me a fair effort down the line.”
Not only did winning the Super Bowl give Seahawks fans something to brag about, studies find winning and even being a fan can be beneficial in myriad ways from eating better to feeling better.
After a few years, few will remember any commotion of Missouri defensive end possibly becoming the first openly gay player in the NFL