Seattle Mariners Injury News
This blurb will be updated as details emerge.
Initial panic eventually gives way to cautious optimism
Hopefully he’s ready to pomme du tear it up
Some pre-suspension preparation
Another catcher hits the IL.
Seattle puts one of their most reliable relievers on the shelf.
Matt Festa hits the IL and we bid farewell to Nick Margevicius
That peskily vague "shoulder inflammation" strikes again
Fraley’s 2020 debut at last comes at the expense of Top-50 MLB player Dylan Moore.
Ljay Season cometh
The Mariners’ star outfielder will likely miss all of Spring Training and not be ready until a couple weeks into the season.
A Major League debut, another injury, and a DFA—all on a Tuesday
This post will be updated as new information arrives.
A King and a Bishop down, a former indy baller gets a shot, a second chance for Alt
Kyle Seager moves to the 60-day IL to create a spot for a $1 longshot.
Shawn Armstrong strains oblique, heads to 10-day IL w/rest of injured Mariners, Ichiro added to roster
Armstrong. Oblique troubled.
Seager will miss April and May, meaning lots of Ryon Healy.
The Mariners’ pitching staff rejoices.
The Mariners craft a move to ensure Marco Gonzales gets to bat in Colorado (maybe)
Mariners roster, Juan Nicasio’s knee suffer effusion. Dan Altavilla also to DL, Vogey & Mike Morin back
Some mysterious injuries befall the M’s bullpen as they look to weather the East Coast storms.
RHP Nick Rumbelow headed to Tacoma to continue rehab stint, minimum of one (1) LL writer is ecstatic
I just like his style, alright?
Sunday mornings are for a thousand roster moves
A bittersweet debut for Seattle’s 27-year-old rookie.