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Wed Sep 21
W 2 - 1TOR
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Fri Sep 23
W 10 - 1at MIN
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Sat Sep 24
L 3 - 2at MIN
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Sun Sep 25
W 4 - 3at MIN
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Mon Sep 26
W 4 - 3at HOU
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Tue Sep 27
L 8 - 4at HOU
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Wed Sep 28
W 12 - 4at HOU
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Thu Sep 29
W 3 - 2OAK
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Fri Sep 30
W 5 - 1OAK
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Sat Oct 1
L 9 - 8OAK
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Sun Oct 2
L 3 - 2OAK
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Texas82-6095-67
Seattle73-6986-76
Houston73-6984-78
Los Angeles65-7774-88
Oakland62-8069-93
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Mariners' Ariel Miranda: Will act as starting pitcher during spring training
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Miranda will operate as a starting pitcher during spring training, Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times reports.

With the offseason additions of Drew Smyly and Yovani Gallardo, Miranda became the odd man out in the Mariners' starting rotation. The fact that he'll operate as a starter during spring training suggests that the 27-year-old will be utilized as the team's primary replacement starter heading into the 2017 season.

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Mariners' Shae Simmons: Could be prominent part of bullpen
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Simmons, who arrived in Seattle in a Jan. 11 trade with the Braves, feels fully healthy following 2015 Tommy John surgery and is looking to be a prominent part of the Mariners bullpen, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports. "You could say it's a new beginning, I guess, especially since I was out of the game for a year and a half or so," he said. "Now it's going to be nice to be around a new crew and learn more and develop my game mentally and physically. It'll be nice to just finally play a full season."

The 26-year-old feels that his arm is "stronger than ever" now almost two years removed from the procedure, and was impressive in his initial bullpen session of spring training Thursday. Simmons saw live game action in almost two years last September with the Braves, generating an impressive 1.35 ERA and 0.90 WHIP over a small sample of 6.2 innings and just as important, demonstrating the ability to once again fire a mid-90s fastball. The hard-throwing righty was once a closer candidate in Atlanta following a 2014 rookie campaign in which he compiled nine holds and a 2.91 ERA along with 23 whiffs in just under 22.0 innings. However, with Edwin Diaz in possession of that role in Seattle, Simmons will look to slot in alongside the likes of former closer Steve Chisek, Nick Vincent, Evan Scribner and Dan Altavilla as right-handed relief options for manager Scott Servais.

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Mariners' Jean Machi: Reports to camp
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Machi reported to spring training camp Saturday after being delayed by a visa issue, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.

Machi will take a physical Saturday, but should return to normal spring training activities shortly. The 35-year-old signed a minor league deal with Seattle in January and will likely serve as organizational depth to begin the season.

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Mariners' Leonys Martin: Will be late to camp
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Martin will be late to camp as he deals with some personal issues, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.

It's probably nothing to worry about from a fantasy standpoint. Martin is coming off a productive first season with the Mariners in which he hit a career-high 15 home runs and slashed .247/.306/.378 over 143 games. He'll presumably enter camp as the Mariners' everyday center fielder.

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Mariners' Dan Altavilla: Impressive in first throwing session Friday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Altavilla, who was outstanding as a late-season call-up in 2016, was impressive in his first throwing session of spring training Friday, Greg Johns of MLB.com reports.

The 24-year-old right-hander made a seamless leap from Double-A Jackson to the big leagues last season, posting an 0.73 ERA and 0.93 WHIP over 12.1 innings. That followed Altavilla's best minor league campaign to date, during which he went 7-3 with a 1.91 ERA and .196 average against over 56.2 frames. Altavilla's fastball has topped out at 100 mph, so he could certainly serve as a formidable late-inning option behind closer Edwin Diaz in 2017.

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2016 Team Leaders
AVGRobinson Cano , 2B.298
HRNelson Cruz , DH43
RBINelson Cruz , DH105
OBPNelson Cruz , DH.360
SLGNelson Cruz , DH.555
RRobinson Cano , 2B107
SBLeonys Martin , CF24
WHisashi Iwakuma , SP16
ERAHisashi Iwakuma , SP4.12
WHIPHisashi Iwakuma , SP1.33
KHisashi Iwakuma , SP147
SVSteve Cishek , RP25

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