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By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
Topic - Seattle Mariners
The ace pitchers were out of the game, and the Seattle Mariners had the lead with two outs in the ninth inning.
Less than three weeks into the season, the Seattle Mariners' starting rotation is pretty banged up.
When Kevin Kouzmanoff was riding the buses in Double-A two seasons ago, he kept his focus on returning to the majors and providing the kind of production that he is now delivering for the Texas Rangers.
The Seattle Mariners came out of another shutout loss with another ailing pitcher.
While manager Lloyd McClendon is no fan of the transfer rule, he certainly has no problem challenging the application of it to get the Seattle Mariners a run.
Another well-pitched game for the Oakland Athletics came with a price.
Roenis Elias made one mistake in the second start of his major league career.
Now the Los Angeles Angels are more concerned about Josh Hamilton's aching thumb than their inability to solve the Seattle Mariners early this season.
James Paxton is the latest arm in the Seattle Mariners' rotation to find his way to the disabled list.
Corey Hart saw everyone around him contributing something to the Seattle Mariners' strong start. After a lackluster spring and sluggish first week, he desperately wanted to be a part of it.
Russell Wilson, Malcolm Smith and coach Pete Carroll walked out from behind the center field fence to an ovation that rivaled anything heard across the street at CenturyLink Field.
The biggest offseason investment ever made by the Seattle Mariners is finally going to make his debut at home.
Dan Straily last appeared in a game over two weeks ago. His final spring training start was rained out.
Felix Hernandez has never felt better at the beginning of a season. That certainly bodes well for the former Cy Young Award winner.
Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon walked toward shortstop and his right foot sunk some two inches, causing him to turn his right ankle. That was minor, yet everybody involved in the postponed game between the Seattle Mariners and Oakland Athletics on Friday night feared the worst if they had tried to play on a rain-soaked field.