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AL West Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
106-56 7-3 W2
90-72 7-3 W3
73-89 7-3 L3
68-94 3-7 W2
60-102 4-6 W4

Top Mariners News

  • Mariners' Chris Clarke: Heading to Seattle

    Clarke was selected by the Mariners during the Rule 5 draft Wednesday.

    The 24-year-old drafted in the fourth round by the Cubs in 2019, but the club didn't add him to the 40-man roster, and he'll now move on to the Mariners. Clarke spent most of 2022 at the Double-A level and had a 4.93 ERA, 1.51 WHIP and 87:20 K:BB over 96.2 innings.

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  • Mariners' Casey Sadler: Back with M's on MiLB pact

    Sadler (shoulder) and the Mariners agreed Wednesday on a minor-league contract, Jon Heyman of the New York Post reports.

    Seattle non-tendered Sadler earlier this offseason, with the 32-year-old reliever choosing to elect free agency soon thereafter. He'll rejoin the Mariners on a deal that presumably includes an invitation to spring training, but it's unclear if Sadler will be ready to go by the time pitchers report to camp in February. After he was one of the majors' top setup men in 2021 with an 0.67 ERA, 0.72 WHIP and 37:10 K:BB over 40.1 innings, Sadler missed the entire 2022 campaign while recovering from the right shoulder surgery he underwent in late March. Sadler isn't a safe bet to reclaim the velocity and command he displayed pre-surgery and may not resurface as a viable MLB reliever.

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  • Mariners' Paul Sewald: Requires elbow, heel surgeries

    The Mariners announced Tuesday that Sewald recently underwent procedures on his elbow and heel, and he's expected to be healthy for the start of spring training, Corey Brock of The Athletic reports.

    The elbow surgery was a clean-up procedure, so there shouldn't be any concern regarding Sewald's availability to open 2023. The right-hander led Seattle's closer committee with 20 saves last season and had a 2.67 ERA, 0.77 WHIP and 72:17 K:BB across 64 innings.

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  • Mariners' Kolten Wong: Traded to Seattle

    Wong was traded to the Mariners from the Brewers on Friday in exchange for Jesse Winker and Abraham Toro, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports.

    Wong will almost certainly serve as Seattle's everyday second-baseman in 2023 after Adam Frazier became a free agent this offseason. Wong slashed .251/.339/.430 last season while playing his home games in hitter-friendly American Family Field. Seattle's Safeco Field has a reputation for favoring pitchers, so it's possible his output in 2023 will decline as a result.

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  • Mariners' Trevor Gott: Latches on with Seattle

    Gott signed a one-year contract with the Mariners on Monday, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports.

    Gott will head to the West Coast after spending the 2022 campaign with Milwaukee. He served as one of the Brewers' most dependable arms during the 2022 season, finishing with a 4.14 ERA and 1.03 WHIP to go with a 44:12 K:BB across 45.2 innings. Gott is a much-needed addition for the Mariners, who have little veteran experience in the bullpen outside of Paul Sewald, Andrew Munoz and Diego Castillo.

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  • Mariners' Cooper Hummel: Traded to Mariners

    Hummel was traded from the Diamondbacks to the Mariners in exchange for Kyle Lewis on Thursday, Jeff Passan of reports.

    Hummel made his major-league debut in 2022 and slashed .176/.274/.307 with three homers, 20 runs, 17 RBI and four stolen bases over 66 games with the Diamondbacks. The 27-year-old has displayed some promise in the minors and has the ability to serve as a catcher, outfielder and designated hitter. If Hummel makes the Mariners' Opening Day roster in 2023, he'll likely be forced to settle for a depth role since Seattle has plenty of talent behind the dish and in the outfield.

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  • Mariners' Teoscar Hernandez: Sent to Seattle

    Hernandez was traded from the Blue Jays to the Mariners on Wednesday in exchange for reliever Erik Swanson and pitching prospect Adam Macko, Ryan Divish of The Seattle Times reports.

    After a couple days of speculation that Hernandez would be shipped off to Seattle, the rumors came to fruition Wednesday. With the Mariners letting Mitch Haniger go this offseason, Hernandez will fill the vacancy that he left in the outfield. Over 131 games with Toronto in 2022, the 30-year-old produced a .267 average with 25 homers, 77 RBI, 71 runs and six stolen bases. He'll look to bring additional power to Seattle's lineup as his .519 slugging percentage since 2020 ranks 13th in the league over batters with at least 1000 plate appearances during that stretch, according to Joel Sherman of the New York Post.

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  • Mariners' Prelander Berroa: Shielded from Rule 5 draft

    Berroa was added to Seattle's 40-man roster Tuesday.

    The move means Berroa won't be available in the Rule 5 draft. While Berroa is now a step closer to his big-league debut, it's unlikely he pushes for a spot on the Opening Day roster. He's yet to reach the Triple-A level, and while he struck out 35.6 percent of opposing batters in nine starts for Double-A Arkansas, he also walked 16.8 percent, more than double the major-league average.

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  • Mariners' Isaiah Campbell: Protected from Rule 5 draft

    Campbell was added to Seattle's 40-man roster Tuesday.

    A 25-year-old righty who has not yet pitched above Double-A, Campbell is a quality reliever prospect who could move quickly. He logged 11 saves and 59 strikeouts in 46 innings across High-A and Double-A.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Team .230


Player Injury
P. Sewald RP Paul Sewald RP Elbow
C. Raleigh C Cal Raleigh C Thumb
A. Munoz RP Andres Munoz RP Foot
T. Murphy C Tom Murphy C Shoulder
E. White 1B Evan White 1B Hip