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2017 Schedule
11-13, 3rd in AL West
Cano goes yard for 2-run homer (0:20)
Browns' first-round draft picks throw out first pitch (0:20)
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King Felix out 3-4 weeks with bum shoulder

Seattle Mariners ace Felix Hernandez, who had already been placed on the disabled list, is expected to miss 3-4 weeks due to right shoulder bursitis, the team announced.

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M's minor leaguer Gamboa banned 56 games

Seattle infielder Miguel Gamboa has been suspended for 56 games under baseball's minor league drug program after a positive test for a metabolite of nandrolone.


BBTN: Cespedes Pulls Up Lame, MLB "Dead or Alive"

Buster Olney talks to Stephania Bell about the severity of the injuries to Cespedes, Syndergaard & Bumgarner. Plus, Buster and Justin Havens play MLB "Dead or Alive" to predict the fate of the Pirates, Mariners, Royals and others.

Motter makes diving catch on tarp to end game (0:21)

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Nice win for the Mariners to beat the Tigers in a game started by Justin Verlander. Hisashi Iwakuma matched him on the scoreboard with his best outing of 2017, the M's pushed a run across in the ninth against Francisco Rodriguez, and first baseman Taylor Motter ended the game with a diving catch into the stands on a pop-up.

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3B Kyle Seager is back in the Mariners' starting lineup Thursday vs. the Tigers after not starting the last four games with a sore right hip.


BBTN: Concern For Felix, Buy or Sell On Early Trends

Buster Olney talks to Ryan Divish and Keith Law about Felix Hernandez's injury. Plus, Buster and Keith play "Buy or Sell" with early season trends and more. Later, Buster catches up with White Sox 3B Matt Davidson and ESPN 1000's David Kaplan answers the question of what will lead Theo Epstein's HOF plaque.

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DH Nelson Cruz has a thing for hitting long balls off Anibal Sanchez. Cruz hit his third homer off the Tigers pitcher on Wednesday.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Another great outing for James Paxton, with seven scoreless innings as the re-tooled Mariners -- eight transactions today -- shut out the Tigers. That's four scoreless starts in five outings, two more than any other starter. Most scoreless starts since 1995: Adam Wainwright had 12 in 2014 for the Cardinals.


Paxton dominant as Mariners blank Tigers 8-0

James Paxton struck out nine in seven outstanding innings, and Nelson Cruz and Guillermo Heredia homered to lift the Seattle Mariners to an 8-0 victory over the Detroit Tigers on Wednesday night.

Why Mitch Haniger is intriguing, despite injury (0:56)

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Felix Hernández made 30 starts each season from 2006 to 2015. His 322 starts in that span trailed only the 327 of Dan Haren. Lately, Hernández hasn't been up to his 2010 Cy Young Award-winning form. His strikeouts per nine innings dropped from 8.5 from 2005 to 2015 to 7.2 the last two seasons, and his WHIP has increased from 1.17 to 1.36.

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King Felix DL bound after shortened start

After a two-inning start on Tuesday was cut short by a "dead arm," Mariners ace Felix Hernandez is going on the 10-day disabled list with shoulder inflammation.

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Although the Mariners and Rockies lost on Tuesday, four of the six longest home runs were hit by their players.

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Dinged Felix? Hernandez exits with 'dead arm'

Mariners ace Felix Hernandez left Tuesday night's start after two innings with what the team is calling a "dead arm." He will return to Seattle to have his stiff shoulder checked by doctors.

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DH Nelson Cruz sent one way past center for 438 feet Tuesday night in Detroit for his third home run in April.

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Fresh off the 10-day disabled list, Jean Segura slammed one out of the park in Detroit on Tuesday to record his second homer of the season.


Tigers score 9 in 5th, rout Mariners 19-9

James McCann, Justin Upton and Alex Avila homered for Detroit -- and that was before the Tigers added nine runs in the fifth inning en route to a 19-9 rout of the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday.

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Mariners OF Haniger exits with oblique strain

Mariners outfielder Mitch Haniger left Tuesday night's game against the Tigers with a strained oblique, a blow to Seattle after it got shortstop Jean Segura back from the disabled list.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Bleak night so far for the Mariners as Felix Hernandez pitched two innings against the Tigers, just his third career starting lasting 2 IP or fewer. And then Mitch Haniger, who was tied with Mike Trout for the MLB lead in WAR, left with an oblique injury.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.24516th
On Base Percentage.32512th
Slugging Percentage.40316th
Earned Run Average4.4325th
Quality Starts10Tied-17th

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