The Mariners, with a new front office in place, now have a new manager for 2016.
The Mariners only missed the playoffs by one game last year and seemingly got better in the offseason by signing Nelson Cruz. And they got worse. Let's take a look backward and then forward.
Was Chris Coghlan's slide dirty? Not according to the rules or how all 30 teams play baseball, but that probably needs to change. Also, Weaver vs. Seager was pretty dumb.
Players like Kyle Seager and Charlie Blackmon have the stats of must-start players, but they are among a short list of players whom Al Melchior would drop before season's end. He explains why and makes recommendations on who else to drop and who to keep around.
Impending free-agent Jeff Samardzija should still find an acceptable deal after his down season. Here's a look at his year, as well as 24 other soon-to-be free agents. Plus, more MLB notes.
Seager kept calling for time, which he was granted, and Weaver seemed irritated by it.
David Wright returned with a bang Monday, but Kris Medlen's return might be more significant. Scott White also eyes rookies Ketel Marte and Rusney Castillo.
Third baseman Kyle Seager stole an out for Hisashi Iwakuma during his no-hitter Wednesday with a great catch on a pop-up in foul territory.
It's the fourth no-hitter in MLB in 2015, the ninth since the 2014 season began, and the 291st in history. It's also the fifth no-hitter in Mariners history and the third straight American League no-hitter by Mariners pitchers.
Putting aside Andrew Heaney outperforming Matt Harvey, Heath Cummings is going back to an expensive ace with Jacob deGrom plus less expensive Indians at Coors Field.

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