7/24/2016 | Hall of Family: Griffeys soak up induction
The only father who has ever hit back-to-back home runs in a Major League game with his son watched with pride Sunday as Ken Griffey Jr. was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
7/24/2016 | Slip costs Miley in otherwise strong start
Mariners starter Wade Miley made one mistake on Sunday afternoon, and it proved to be the difference in a 2-0 loss to the Blue Jays.
7/24/2016 | Felix hopes for better in 2nd start since return
Felix Hernandez takes the mound on Tuesday when the Mariners open a two-game set against the Pirates at PNC Park. It marks Hernandez's second start since missing nearly two months due to a right calf injury.
7/24/2016 | Blue Jays hold Mariners to 1 hit in shutout
J.A. Happ battled his way through six scoreless innings while Edwin Encarnacion reached another milestone on Sunday afternoon at Rogers Centre as the Blue Jays one-hit the Mariners in a 2-0 victory.
7/24/2016 | Griffey caps humbling day in own unique way
Ken Griffey Jr.'s Hall of Fame plaque shows a beaming Junior proudly wearing a Mariners cap. But leave it to The Kid to close out his speech at the National Baseball Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Sunday by pulling out a backward cap and flashing his trademark grin.
7/24/2016 | Hall-time greats: Piazza, Griffey enshrined
The National Baseball Hall of Fame inducted two legends of its grand game Sunday afternoon in Cooperstown, N.Y., as Ken Griffey Jr. and Mike Piazza become the newest members of one of the most iconic groups in the world.
7/24/2016 | Gutierrez (neck) a late scratch from lineup
Franklin Gutierrez was scheduled to start Sunday's game against the Blue Jays in right field, but a neck issue forced Mariners manager Scott Servais to make a late lineup change.
7/23/2016 | Pipeline preview: Newman carries hot bat into matchup
Pirates No. 11 prospect Kevin Newman will look to stay hot for Double-A Altoona when he faces Akron at 6 p.m. ET on MiLB.TV.
7/23/2016 | Mariners go on Cruz control vs. Blue Jays
With hitting coach Edgar Martinez away in Cooperstown for Ken Griffey Jr.'s induction, Nelson Cruz joked the Mariners wanted to show the coach how much he was missed.
7/23/2016 | Griffey ready to accept place in baseball history
For Ken Griffey Jr., reality sank in as he walked into the National Baseball Hall of Fame for the first time on Friday night for a personal tour.
7/23/2016 | Happ faces former team as Mariners eye sweep
Wade Miley will take his regular turn in the rotation on Sunday, as the Mariners conclude their three-game series in Toronto.
7/23/2016 | Cruz grand slam leads Mariners to blowout win
Nelson Cruz brought the big bat on Saturday afternoon at Rogers Centre, slamming a pair of home runs, including a grand slam, and driving in seven to help the Mariners clinch its weekend series with the Blue Jays and earn a 14-5 victory.
7/23/2016 | Marte placed on DL; lefty Rollins recalled
The Mariners officially placed infielder Ketel Marte on the 15-day disabled list with mononucleosis and recalled left-hander David Rollins from Triple-A Tacoma on Saturday.
7/23/2016 | Griffey's induction 'completes circle' for Rizzs
Mariners radio broadcaster Rick Rizzs was there when Ken Griffey Jr. broke into the Majors as a 19-year-old kid in 1989. He was there when Griffey grew into a superstar and the national face of baseball in the '90s. And he was there when Griffey played out his final games at Safeco Field in 2010 and rode off into the sunset.
7/23/2016 | Vogelbach, Berrios among top prospect performers Friday
Dan Vogelbach sure knows how to make an introduction. Playing in his first game with Triple-A Tacoma since being traded from the Cubs to the Mariners on Wednesday, Vogelbach went 3-for-3 with two RBIs.
7/22/2016 | Twister: Paxton spins big-time curveball, K's 9
James Paxton spent time between his starts with pitching coach Mel Stottlemyre tweaking the delivery of his curveball. The adjustments paid off Friday, as the left-hander kept the Blue Jays' potent offense in check over seven innings in Seattle's 2-1 win.
7/22/2016 | Paxton shines as Mariners edge Blue Jays
James Paxton stole the show and had a night to remember at Rogers Centre on Friday, as the left-hander struck out nine Blue Jays and helped the Mariners take the first game of their weekend series, 2-1.
7/22/2016 | Iwakuma eyes 4th straight win vs. Dickey, Jays
Hisashi Iwakuma will look for his fourth straight victory when he takes the mound on Saturday afternoon at Rogers Centre in the second game of the Mariners' three-game series against the Blue Jays.
7/22/2016 | Marte likely headed for DL with mononucleosis
Just when Scott Servais thought his team was nearing full health, the Mariners were dealt another blow. Seattle will be without the services of shortstop Ketel Marte, who was diagnosed with a form of mononucleosis, for an indefinite period.
7/22/2016 | Griffey Sr. proud of son before HOF enshrinement
Ken Griffey Sr. may have paved the way for his son's Major League Baseball career with 19 seasons of his own in the big leagues, but proud papa acknowledges Junior is on his own now as he prepares to enter the National Baseball Hall of Fame this weekend.
7/22/2016 | Mariners recall Sardinas from Triple-A Tacoma
The Mariners recalled infielder Luis Sardinas from Triple-A Tacoma on Friday in advance of this weekend's series in Toronto.
7/22/2016 | Peers share tales from Griffey's HOF career
There is a reason Ken Griffey Jr. was elected into the National Baseball Hall of Fame with the highest percentage of votes in the history of the Hall. Griffey played 13 seasons in Seattle and nine in Cincinnati, as well as a couple months with the White Sox, but his popularity far transcended those cities, as an entire generation of fans and players grew up watching and emulating "The Kid."
7/21/2016 | Pipeline preview: Dahl ready for more Triple-A exposure
Rockies No. 2 prospect David Dahl could continue to rake for Triple-A Albuquerque when he takes on Fresno at 10:05 p.m. ET on MiLB.TV.
7/21/2016 | Junior ready to mint his Hall of Fame status
Ken has come full circle, blossoming into one of baseball's biggest stars, and he's now ready to become the rookie again among the legends of the game. And while he undoubtedly will fit right in with those all-time greats, he does have one request as the first Mariners player inducted.
7/21/2016 | Reynolds knew Griffey was special from start
Harold Reynolds, now a lead analyst for MLB Network, was a 26-year-old second baseman at the time for the Mariners, fully established as a big league ballplayer and fresh off his first All-Star Game for Seattle. But he knew Ken Griffey Jr. was something different.
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