— Aaron Civale felt miserable the past few days, suffering with allergy symptoms. The Mariners didn't cause him any problems at all.
Seattle Mariners reliever Kendall Graveman is back with the team after being on the injured list after being quarantined for two weeks in San Diego.
— Jonathan Schoop homered and Isaac Paredes hit a go-ahead single as the Detroit Tigers rallied from a first-inning deficit and took advantage of three errors to beat the Seattle Mariners 8-3 Thursday.
Infielder/outfielder Jake Bauers, who had been designated for assignment by Cleveland, has been acquired by the Mariners. He has a .190 batting average this season.
The Padres' stay at the top of our list is over, with a surging American League squad taking their place.
— Jake Fraley made a game-saving catch in the ninth inning, then drove in the go-ahead run in the 11th to lead the Seattle Mariners over the Detroit Tigers 9-6 on Wednesday night.
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The Mariners have sent prized prospect Jarred Kelenic to Triple-A after his struggles at the plate have dropped his average to .096.
— Seattle's Logan Gilbert earned his first major league victory Sunday, but for Angels' starter Patrick Sandoval the torturous wait continues.
— Considering the Los Angeles Angels' struggles the first two months of the season, it would have been easy to write them off after Alex Cobb gave up a grand slam during the fourth inning Saturday night, giving the Seattle Mariners a four-run lead.
Mariners pitcher Yusei Kikuchi took a sharp ground ball off his right knee in the fifth inning and left Saturday's game against the Angels.
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— Shohei Ohtani gave up a leadoff homer on an underthrown fastball, and it didn't shake him. He maintained his mechanics, deployed his vicious splitter and mostly shut down the Seattle Mariners for six strong innings.
— Jake Fraley went from seeing double to hitting his first major league homer.
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— Sean Manaea pitched a four-hitter with eight strikeouts for his second shutout this season, and the Oakland Athletics beat the Seattle Mariners 6-0 on Wednesday night.
— Matt Olson hit his 14th homer of the season in the second inning and added a key two-run single as part of Oakland’s big seventh inning, to help the Athletics beat the Seattle Mariners 12-6 on Tuesday night.
Seattle manager Scott Servais said on Tuesday that outfielder Kyle Lewis has a "small tear" of the meniscus in his right knee, with the Mariners placing him on the 10-day injured list.
— Ty France hit a tying single and scored on Tom Murphy's sacrifice fly in the 10th inning as the Seattle Mariners rallied past the Oakland Athletics 6-5 Monday for their fifth straight win.
— Yusei Kikuchi took a no-hit bid into the sixth inning, Kyle Seager homered and the Seattle Mariners sent the Texas Rangers to their 12th straight road loss, 4-2 on Sunday.
— J.P. Crawford and Mitch Haniger homered late, and the Seattle Mariners sent the Texas Rangers to their 11th straight road loss with a 3-2 victory Saturday night.
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— Kyle Lewis doubled and scored Seattle’s first run, then hit a two-run opposite-field homer an inning later that proved to be the difference in the Mariners' 3-2 win over Texas on Friday night, the 10th straight road loss for the Rangers.
— Chris Flexen threw seven shutdown innings and was backed by home runs from Tom Murphy and Jacob Nottingham, and the Seattle Mariners beat the Texas Rangers 5-0 on Thursday night.