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  • • Nationals place All-Star Sean Doolittle on DL
    The Nationals announced that closer Sean Doolittle is hitting the shelf with left toe inflammation. His placement is retroactive to July 7, meaning he’ll be eligible to return immediately after the break. The roster will get two fresh arms in Wander Suero and Austin Voth, while fellow right-hander Jefry Rodriguez was optioned after his start yester...
  • • AL West Notes: M’s, Cano, Cruz, A’s, Astros, Tucker
    Speaking with reporters (including Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times) on Saturday, Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano was apologetic about the 80-game suspension he has been serving since mid-May. Cano tested positive for Furosemide, which is a diuretic that masks the effects of PEDs, though he suggested that he didn’t knowingly take a bann...
  • • Robinson Cano apologizes about suspension, could play first upon return
    Speaking with reporters (including Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times) on Saturday, Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano was apologetic about the 80-game suspension he has been serving since mid-May. Cano tested positive for Furosemide, which is a diuretic that masks the effects of PEDs, though he suggested that he didn’t knowingly take a banned sub...
  • • Mike Marjama Retires
    Mariners catcher Mike Marjama has retired, according to a team announcement (h/t Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times, on Twitter). That leaves the team with three openings on its 40-man roster. Marjama, who’ll turn 29 later this month, was originally a 23rd-round pick in the 2011 draft. He overcame the odds to make it to…...
  • • Mariners Release Ariel Miranda To Pursue Opportunity In Japan
    The Mariners have released lefty Ariel Miranda, as reflected on the MLB.com transactions page. The move was made to enable Miranda to pursue an opportunity with an organization in Japan, Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times reports on Twitter. While the 29-year-old Miranda spent all of 2017 in the Seattle rotation, he managed only a…...
  • • Mariners release Ariel Miranda to pursue opportunity in Japan
    The Mariners have released lefty Ariel Miranda, as reflected on the MLB.com transactions page. The move was made to enable Miranda to pursue an opportunity with an organization in Japan, Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times reports on Twitter.While the 29-year-old Miranda spent all of 2017 in the Seattle rotation, he managed only a 5.12 ERA in 160 fram...
  • • Seahawks: Chancellor's retirement won't affect discussions with Thomas
    Kam Chancellor announced yesterday that he’d be hanging up his cleats, but his unofficial retirement likely won’t influence the Seahawks’ talks with Earl Thomas. Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times writes that the loss of Chancellor won’t impact the team’s handling of their disgruntled free safety. The Thomas saga has been ongoing for the past three ...
  • • Carson
    The Seahawks have struggled not just to replace offensive linemen from the Marshawn Lynch era but to replace Lynch himself. Last season, they went through several running backs but saw none emerge as a surefire answer. Five backs — Eddie Lacy, Mike Davis, Thomas Rawls, Chris Carson, J.D. McKissic — received more than 45 carries, but none surpassed ...
  • • Carson has been closest to what Seahawks need since "Beast Mode"
    The Seahawks have struggled not just to replace offensive linemen from the Marshawn Lynch era but to replace Lynch himself. Last season, they went through several running backs but saw none emerge as a surefire answer. Five backs — Eddie Lacy, Mike Davis, Thomas Rawls, Chris Carson, J.D. McKissic — received more than 45 carries, but none surpassed ...
  • • Report: Nelson Cruz could get David Ortiz-like deal from Mariners for final years
    The Seattle Mariners seem to have an idea of how to approach the future with their aging but still productive slugger Nelson Cruz.According to a report by Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times on Sunday, the Mariners have approached Cruz about the possibility of a contract setup similar to what retired Boston Red Sox legend David Ortiz got in his final ...
  • • Seahawks being cautious with Brandon Marshall
    The Seahawks signed Brandon Marshall only two weeks before their minicamp, but they will have to wait until training camp to see how much the 34-year-old wide receiver has left. Due to a hamstring injury, Marshall did not participate in any team drills at the remaining Seattle OTA sessions nor at the team’s minicamp. Marshall was already coming off...
  • • Report: 'Certainly a chance' Earl Thomas is done in Seattle
    Earl Thomas says he’s staying away from the Seattle Seahawks until he gets a new long-term deal, and according to one report that could mean he’s done with the team.Former NFL agent turned journalist Joel Corry penned a column looking into whether Thomas might have already played his last game for the Seahawks.Responding to that, Bob Condotta of Th...
  • • K.J. Wright quietly hoping for extension from Seahawks
    Seahawks linebacker K.J. Wright is entering the final year of his contract and is quietly hoping for an extension.“I want to be here, of course,’’ Wright said (via Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times). “The Seahawks know that. Whatever they want to do, they’ll do. It’s my job to be the best that I could be, to make sure that K.J. and this defense is ...
  • • Sehawks to hire former Colts GM Ryan Grigson
    Former Colts GM Ryan Grigson is back in the NFL. The Seahawks have hired him to join their front office, according to an announcement from his agent.Grigson, 46, was the Colts’ GM for five years until he was fired after the 2016 season. Outside of landing Andrew Luck, T.Y. Hilton, Coby Fleener and Dwayne Allen his first draft, the rest of Grigson’s...
  • • C.J. Prosise fighting for a spot with the Seahawks
    One look at the Seahawks depth chart would lead anyone to infer that running back C.J. Prosise is on the roster bubble. However, it makes it a whole lot easier when the head coach comes out and says it. Talking to reports this week, Pete Carroll said the former Seattle draft pick is fighting for a spot on the team.“C.J. has really jumped out, too,”...

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  • • Report: Jimmy Graham unlikely to return to Seattle
    Jimmy Graham’s Seattle Seahawks career may be over after just three years.Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reported on Monday that the former All-Pro tight end, who is a free agent this offseason, is “generally considered really unlikely” to return to the Seahawks.Graham, 31, defied the odds these last two seasons by returning to Pro Bowl form aft...
  • • Felix Hernandez Exits Game After Being Hit By Line Drive
    Mariners right-hander Felix Hernandez took a comebacker off his right arm during today’s Cactus League contest against the Cubs and exited the game without throwing another pitch. Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times has a video of the play in his initial column on the injury. Hernandez immediately drops his glove, does not try to pick…...
  • Jordan Morris ruled out for entire MLS season, Sounders GM says
    ESPN FC's Herculez Gomez thinks the Sounders are the MLS best chance to win CONCACAF Champions League, but losing Jordan Morris makes it an uphill battle. Seattle Sounders striker Jordan Morris will miss the entire MLS season with a suspected ACL tear in his right knee, general manager Garth Lagerwey told the Seattle Times. Morris was...
  • • West Notes: Mariners, A’s, Duensing, AJax, Giants
    Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto told Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times and other reporters this week that the club’s largely content with the work it has done this winter to improve its roster. While the Mariners haven’t addressed their rotation in any noteworthy way, Dipoto’s confident their starters are at least on par with...
  • • Free Agent Rumors: Lincecum, Hosmer, Siegrist, Tillman, Mets
    Tim Lincecum worked out for between 15 and 20 teams yesterday, per a pair of reports from Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times and Mark Feinsand of MLB.com. Both reports peg Lincecum’s fastball between 90 and 92 mph at the showcase, with Feinsand noting that he touched 93 mph at one point and Divish specifying…...
  • • Report: Seahawks hiring Brian Schottenheimer as offensive coordinator
    Brian Schottenheimer will reportedly be the new offensive coordinator for the Seattle Seahawks.ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Saturday that Schottenheimer, who spent 2017 as the Indianapolis Colts’ quarterback coach, had landed the job. Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times reported that the Seahawks had been impressed by his ability to work with a mobi...
  • • West Notes: Mariners content with roster, A’s struck out in winter, Giants' hitting coach battling cancer
    Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto told Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times and other reporters this week that the club’s largely content with the work it has done this winter to improve its roster. While the Mariners haven’t addressed their rotation in any noteworthy way, Dipoto’s confident their starters are at least on par with most AL rotations...
  • • Edgar Martinez on Hall of Fame: ‘It’s looking good for next year’
    Edgar Martinez has an optimistic outlook regarding his Hall of Fame future.The former Seattle Mariners DH did not make the Hall of Fame this year, but he was very close by receiving 70.4 percent of the needed 75 percent. He told Seattle Times Mariners reporter Ryan Divish that he thinks “it’s looking good for next year.” Just like Martinez says, it...
  • • Mariners need James Paxton to step up as staff ace
    Seattle Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto has built quite a reputation with regard to being aggressive on the trade market. And to a degree, it’s been more of the same story this winter.While this offseason has been historically slow, Dipoto was quick to acquire Ryon Healy and Dee Gordon to fortify the team’s offense. If he had his way, they al...
  • • Rodney Stuckey hopes to play two to three more seasons
    Veteran NBA guard Rodney Stuckey is sitting out the 2017-18 NBA campaign but sounds prepared to attempt a comeback next season, as Jayda Evans of The Seattle Times details.Stuckey, who suffered hamstring injuries and a strained patella tendon during the 2016-17 season, was waived by the Pacers last March. While a September report suggested he had v...
  • • Latest free agent rumors on Lincecum, Hosmer
    Tim Lincecum worked out for between 15 and 20 teams yesterday, per a pair of reports from Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times and Mark Feinsand of MLB.com. Both reports peg Lincecum’s fastball between 90 and 92 mph at the showcase, with Feinsand noting that he touched 93 mph at one point and Divish specifying that the pitch sat in the 91 mph range for...
  • • Felix Hernandez exits game after being hit by line drive
    Mariners right-hander Felix Hernandez took a comebacker off his right arm during today’s Cactus League contest against the Cubs and exited the game without throwing another pitch. Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times has a video of the play in his initial column on the injury. Hernandez immediately drops his glove, does not try to pick up the ball, and...
  • • John Schneider: No one on Seahawks’ roster is untouchable
    The Seattle Seahawks could be poised to make major changes this offseason, and general manager John Schneider is not hiding that fact.Schneider said the Seahawks will be aggressive this offseason, and that there would be no untouchables on the roster no matter what.“Not at this time of year,” Schneider said of untouchable players, via Bob Condotta ...
  • • Can Seattle replicate Vegas Golden Knights’ success?
    Seattle has been without NHL hockey since the Metropolitans folded in 1924, seven years after winning the Stanley Cup. But the would-be expansion city looks like it is more than ready, if 10,000 season-ticket deposits in 12 minutes means anything, writes Larry Stone of the Seattle Times....
  • • Report: Seahawks expected to release both Richard Sherman and Jeremy Lane
    The Seattle purge continues. On Wednesday, multiple reports emerged that the Seahawks would likely be releasing three-time First-Team All-Pro cornerback Richard Sherman to save $11 million in cap space entering the new league year.On Thursday, Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times once again confirmed this while adding that Seattle will also likely rel...

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