Seattle Mariners Game Recaps
A 3-2 win over the Royals, or, How to Get a Divisional Lead in 11 Days
The Mariners are a supreme power of Major League Baseball right now, even if strange pitchers lying in parks distributing swords is no basis for a system of government.
A sloppy dud at the end of a triumphant road trip.
The first time the M’s have won eight in a row since...11 days ago
The Mariners start coming and they don’t stop coming, feed White Sox to the sharks as they hit the ground running
they’re good m’s Brent
A recap fit for a king
Mariners play fourth straight do-or-die game, finally win one, stop losing skid at three games
Or: The Seattle Josh Rojas lose to the Baltimore Cedric Mullins
Showing Félix the same Mariners he’s always known.
Julio, Cal, and Ty hit a trio of moonshots as Mariners romp over Orioles
Some things are new (Emerson Hancock), some things never change (Big Dumper)
One week after the trade deadline, Logan Gilbert authors a love letter of a start to his adopted city
In a series that felt like the most important of the season, in a game that felt as close as a game can possibly feel, the Seattle Mariners take one more step towards destiny and thoroughly silence the Angels with a four game sweep.
Gotta chase this feeling
That’s Shohei the cookie crumbles.
Gilbert keeps it close, offense comes alive late in the game, and the Mariners win yet another series
Welcome to the team, and also we’re sorry
Cal Raleigh homers twice, rookies come up big, defensive mistakes do not haunt
As questions about this team’s season and roster construction remain, the Mariners continue their July streak of resurgence with another series win.
Another one-run loss dooms the Mariners
A blowout-turned-nailbiter nonetheless bends the Mariners way
Julio has a two-homer day and Cade Marlowe has his best game (yet) as a big-leaguer as Mariners win, 9-7
Kolten Wong’s redemption arc snapped in half by Mariners extra-inning loss
That’s Baseball, Suzyn: Mariners hit ball hard with little to show for it, drop series finale to Blue Jays
Some days it’s just not your day at the yard
in which I entreat you to play my new favorite board game