The Kansas City Royals and veteran slugger Kendrys Morales agreed to a $17 million, two-year contract, a person familiar with the negotiations told the Associated Press on Thursday.
The Seattle Mariners have signed slugger Nelson Cruz to a four-year deal, adding a needed right-handed power hitter to their lineup.
The Seattle Mariners have traded outfielder Michael Saunders to the Toronto Blue Jays in exchange for veteran left-handed pitcher J.A. Happ.
Nearly six years later, selecting Seager in the third round might be the best draft pick of Zduriencik's tenure in Seattle.
The Seattle Mariners have officially announced a seven-year contract with third baseman Kyle Seager that will keep him with the club through at least the 2021 season.
Two people with knowledge of the deal say the Mariners and free agent slugger Nelson Cruz are nearing agreement on a contact that would give Seattle the right-handed bat it has sought.
Kyle Seager has cashed in on the best season of his young career, becoming the third Seattle Mariners player to reach the $100 million threshold.
If he needed any extra incentive going forward, Seattle Mariners ace Felix Hernandez found some on Wednesday when he finished second in the AL Cy Young voting.
Seattle Mariners third baseman Kyle Seager won his first Gold Glove on Tuesday.
The Toronto Blue Jays claimed Seattle Mariners first baseman Justin Smoak off waivers Tuesday.
For the first time in a long time, the Seattle Mariners head into the offseason with hope. The goal is to take the next step in 2015, and the M's know adding offense will be a big part of that.
From April to September, from Boston to Seattle, people sat down night after night after night to watch their hometown baseball team more than everything else on television.
Lloyd McClendon's words after wrapping up his first season as manager in Seattle laid the foundation that just being in postseason contention until the final day won't be acceptable for the Mariners going forward.
Seattle's Felix Hernandez won his second AL ERA title, pitching 5 1-3 scoreless innings against the Los Angeles Angels and leaving about 10 minutes after the Mariners were eliminated from playoff contention by Oakland's win at Texas.
Felix Hernandez threw five shutout innings to secure the American League ERA title, but the Mariners were eliminated from the postseason despite a 4-1 win over the Los Angeles Angels on Sunday.