Seattle Mariners Rumors

Saying no to Kendrys Morales (still)

Someone once told me time is a flat circle. Everything we've every done or will do, we're going to do over and over and over again.

M's interested in making a bad move, shouldn't be

One of the rumors that made the rounds while I was out of town was a quintessential Mariners rumor - the team looking at yet another right-handed "power bat" with terrible plate patience and minus...

Sending Nick Franklin to (the other) New York

The Mariners are rumored to be scouting David Phelps - hey, wait a minute. While we're coming up with Nick Franklin trade proposals, why not talk about that other team from New York?

Mariners interested in Yankee pitcher David Phelps

The Mariners search for an arm continues, and this time the target is a potentially undervalued swingman.

Rays join in on Nick Franklin fun

Ever since I published the piece on Franklin and the Mets, things have started moving quickly. Jon Heyman reports that the Rays are (and have been) in on Nick Franklin, and that's a surprise to...

The Mets, Nick Franklin, and trade targets

Adam Rubin reports that the Mets are interested in upgrading shortstop with Nick Franklin. Who could the Mariners ask for in return?

M's sniffing around Chris Capuano

Jon Heyman says the Mariners are looking into Chris Capuano after missing out on Ubaldo Jimenez.

The potential dangers of Ervin Santana

Ervin Santana's contract year ERA looks shiny, but a closer look reveals some major question marks. The M's are reportedly interested, but is it a good idea?

M's "all-in" and still like Nelson Cruz

Bob Nightengale adds more intrigue towards what's to come.

Mariners willing to multiple years on Cruz

The team's very public courtship of Nelson Cruz continues, and something doesn't smell right.

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Jack Z opens up on the pitching market

Jack Z detailed the M's stance on remaining pitchers at the Mariners Fan Fest Sunday afternoon

Tanaka price escalating, M's a favorite for Baker

Tanaka isn't coming cheap, the Mariners still enjoy looking at pictures of Nelson Cruz, and Scott Baker may end up in Seattle. There's also a fairly large "football" game today.

Examining potential 40-man roster casualties

The Mariners are set to add John Buck and several other players, which means it's time for some 40-man roster casualties. Who's safe, who's in danger, and who's gone?

M's closing in on John Buck

Jon Morosi reports that the Mariners are close to a deal with free agent catcher John Buck.

Tanakaupdate: 1/13

A glance at the latest on the drama that is still waiting to unfold, and a brief request.

Justin Smoak is for sale, isn't for sale, whatever

Doug Melvin says the Mariners aren't interested in moving their guys, but c'mon.

M's the favorite for Tanaka?

Ben Badler of Baseball America calls the M's the "favorite" for Masahiro Tanaka. Good, but the M's must be careful.

M's "going to be a factor" in Tanaka sweepstakes

The New York Daily News has the first mainstream story legitimately linking the Mariners to Tanaka. It's yet another report going off a single anonymous source, but it's something.

Tanaka is coming, but are the M's even interested?

Rakuten's Christmas gift to Major League Baseball was the decision to let Masahiro Tanaka make the trek to the majors. He's a great fit for the Mariners are the right price, but are they even interested?

About those Nelson Cruz rumors

A report out of a Venezuelan newspaper claims Nelson Cruz is close to signing with the Mariners. Not so fast.

About that whole Mariners being out of money thing

Ken Rosenthal thinks the Mariners might be done spending, unless they're not, which they probably aren't.

Kemp won't be dealt, M's finalist for Corey Hart

Matt Kemp's agent says the Dodgers aren't going to move him, but Corey Hart is choosing between the Mariners and Brewers.

Wednesday morning rumor round-up

It's day three of the winter meetings.

The Mariners don't need a bat

It's all over Twitter: the Mariners need a bat. The Mariners need a right-handed outfielder. The Mariners need a closer, a lefty masher, a #2 starting pitcher. It's in practically all of the rumors... and it's a really dangerous way to think.

Tuesday morning rumor round-up

Here's the latest buzz surrounding the Mariners on the second day of the Winter Meetings in Orlando.

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