The Baseball Report: Cano Suspended 80 Games, Cardinals Reliever Hits 105 On Radar GunA busy week in Major League baseball saw the Mariners second baseman suspended and a new king of the fastest pitch crowned.
Colon Dominant As Rangers Beat Mariners 5-1Bartolo Colon put together arguably his best performance of the season on Wednesday, allowing four hits in 7 2/3 shutout innings and giving the Rangers a win.
Heredia's 11th Inning RBI Single Lifts Mariners Past Rangers 9-8Guillermo Heredia's single to left-center drove in Ryon Healy from second base in the 11th inning to lift the Mariners to a 9-8 victory over the Rangers on Tuesday night.
Mariners All-Star Cano Suspended 80 Games For Drug ViolationSeattle Mariners All-Star second baseman Robinson Cano was suspended 80 games for violating baseball's joint drug agreement.
Mariners' Paxton Pitches No-Hitter In TorontoJames Paxton joined Dick Fowler of the 1945 Philadelphia Athletics as the only Canadians to throw a no-hitter.
Ichiro Takes New Role With Mariners & Won't Play Again In 2018Before the first pitch on Thursday, Ichiro Suzuki was prepping for another game. Except there was no game to get ready for. He wouldn't be in the lineup that night, or again in the 2018 season, or maybe ever.
Rangers Avoid Series Sweep With 7-4 Win Over MarinersNomar Mazara and Joey Gallo hit impressive home runs in the same inning, and the Texas Rangers avoided a series sweep with a 7-4 win over the Seattle Mariners on Sunday.
Mariners Turn Unlikely Triple Play Against Astros On "Ugly Play"The Mariners turned a triple play against the Astros that is more likely to be seen in a little league game than in the majors. "That was an ugly play," Houston manager A.J. Hinch said.
The Eagle Has Landed... On James Paxton's ShoulderThe pageantry and patriotism accompanying the buildup to the Minnesota Twins' home opener forced a pause for James Paxton in his warmup routine, leaving the Seattle starting pitcher standing alone in left field while a giant flag was unfurled nearby.
Mariners Bringing Back 44-Year-Old Outfielder Ichiro SuzukiThe Mariners are bringing back Ichiro Suzuki. He spent his first 11 major league seasons with Seattle, earning the 2001 AL Rookie of the Year and MVP honors.
Martinez Rockets Up Hall Of Fame Ballot As DHs Gain RespectEdgar Martinez is rocketing up the Hall of Fame ballot, boosted 13 years after his final swing by new-age statistical analyses and campaigning.
Rangers Among 7 Teams Ohtani To Consider Signing WithShohei Ohtani has cut the field of teams he's considering to five clubs on the West Coast plus the Chicago Cubs and Texas Rangers.