Seattle Mariners Transactions
Shoutout to local newspapers.
RHP Bryan Woo hits the 15-day IL with forearm inflammation, Mariners call up RHP Ryder Ryan, DFA Matt Festa, claim RHP Ryan Jensen
Heavy shuffling of the pitching staff.
Seattle’s highest draft pick since Alex Jackson has arrived.
The end of an era.
A crostini appetizer? Or an avant-garde main course?
Shuffling the depth chairs.
AJ Pollock hits the IL with hamstring strain as Mariners recall RHP Isaiah Campbell, OF Taylor Trammell, option Prelander Berroa
The outfield thins, the bullpen shuffles
OF Cade Marlowe has been recalled for his potential MLB debut.
The bullpen pile has added a stache.
Mariners trade Chris Flexen and Trevor Gott to da Mets in exchange for Zach Muckenhirn and the right to not pay Chris Flexen
Start the Prelander Hug Watch in Arkansas
Fare thee well, Flexmaster General.
For the second straight year, early May includes the M’s top farm arm debuting.
The Mariners continue to navigate bullpen volatility in advance of series with Cubs
Another M’s player joins the extension wave.
Celesten’s contract is the largest for an IFA in club history
The Mariners once again dip into the Rule-5 Draft in search of a bullpen arm.
The M’s go to the trade market once again to fill their 2B hole.
The first major trade of the winter belongs to Seattle and Toronto.
12 pitchers, 14 position players.
When it rains it pours, and when it pours it ain’t a drought.
Jarred Kelenic returns at last, Mariners recall Luis Torrens as well, option Taylor Trammell, DFA Jake Lamb
Seattle shuffles its bench(?) bats as it prepares for the home stretch
Luis Torrens is DFA’d and Jarred Kelenic is returned to Triple-A Tacoma.
This blurb will be updated as details emerge.
Some pre-suspension preparation
Another catcher hits the IL.
Jerry Dipoto breaks the seal on trade season.