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10/9/2015 | Dipoto has strong potential pool to consider for manager

With Lloyd McClendon officially out as Mariners manager on Friday, the focus now turns to who new general manager Jerry Dipoto will turn to as the 17th full-time manager in the franchise's history.

10/9/2015 | Edgar to return as Mariners' hitting coach

After making a significant impact on the Mariners offense in his three and a half months as the club's hitting coach, Edgar Martinez has been asked to remain in that position going forward, even in the wake of manager Lloyd McClendon's dismissal.

10/9/2015 | Mariners dismiss manager McClendon

Citing a desire for a new energy and vision, Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto dismissed manager Lloyd McClendon and much of his coaching staff on Friday as the GM continued changing the club's power structure in the opening weeks of his tenure.

10/8/2015 | Gwynn resigns from post on Mariners staff

Chris Gwynn, who oversaw the Mariners' Minor League system the past four years as the club's director of player development, resigned Thursday as the team continues remaking its front office under new general manager Jerry Dipoto.

10/5/2015 | New GM Dipoto begins to restructure front office

Joe McIlvaine and Pete Vuckovich, two special assistants to former general manager Jack Zduriencik, were informed Monday their contracts would not be renewed, as new Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto began restructuring his front office, according to a Major League source.

10/5/2015 | Despite highs, Mariners undone by inconsistency

A season of high expectations for the Mariners was waylaid by first-half offensive struggles and bullpen woes that cost general manager Jack Zduriencik his job and proved too much to overcome despite a September surge. Most frustrating for the Mariners, the American League West and AL Wild Card battles appeared open for the taking, but Seattle wasn't able to take the next step after falling just one win shy of a postseason berth in 2014.

10/4/2015 | Mariners ready to pick themselves up, rebuild

A disappointing Mariners season came to an end with Sunday's 3-2 victory over the A's, and now comes an offseason that begins with some significant questions swirling overhead.

10/4/2015 | Smith's homer lifts Mariners over A's in finale

Seth Smith launched a home run to center field with two out in the bottom of the eight to lift the Mariners to a season-ending, 3-2 victory over the A's on Sunday at Safeco Field.

10/4/2015 | Semien's homer in 13th lifts A's over Mariners

Marcus Semien's two-run homer in the 13th inning lifted the A's to a 7-5 victory over the Mariners on Saturday night at Safeco Field.

10/4/2015 | Cruz exits in 12th inning with tweaked groin

Nelson Cruz exited before his scheduled at-bat in the 12th inning of the Mariners' 7-5, 13-inning loss to the A's Saturday night with what Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon said was a tweaked right groin.

10/4/2015 | Strained groin derails Cruz's quest for HR title

Nelson Cruz was out of the lineup for Sunday's season finale, a 3-2 win over the A's, after tweaking his groin on Saturday night, meaning he will finish with a batting average above .300 [.302] for the first time since 2010.

10/4/2015 | Zych bails out Elias with solid relief

On a day Roenis Elias threw out a clunker, right-handed rookie reliever Tony Zych stepped up Saturday night in a 7-5, 13-inning loss to the A's and put another notch in his belt as a September callup looking to make an impression with the Mariners.

10/3/2015 | Mariners honor Minor League award winners

Drew Jackson, who hit .358 in his first year of professional baseball with the Class A Short Season Everett AquaSox and was named Northwest League Player of the Year, will be a student of the game Saturday as he and several other Mariners Minor League players are recognized before the Mariners' game against the A's.

10/3/2015 | Bassitt, Nuno face off to close out season

Seattle's Vidal Nuno and Oakland's Chris Bassitt, each pitcher in search of his second win, square off Sunday to close out the regular season at 12:10 p.m. PT at Safeco Field.

10/3/2015 | Iwakuma uncertain of future with Mariners

Hisashi Iwakuma, who has quietly been one of the American League's top right-handed starters over the past four seasons, did his job again Friday night in a 4-2 loss to the A's. But the question now is whether or not it was the last start for the 34-year-old in a Mariners uniform.

10/3/2015 | Valencia flirts with cycle to lift A's over Seattle

Danny Valencia capped a three-hit night with a two-run homer off reliever Danny Farquhar in the eighth inning Friday night to lift the A's to a 4-2 victory over the Mariners in the opening game of the season-ending series at Safeco Field.

10/2/2015 | Cruz, Felix, Miller receive BBWAA awards

Nelson Cruz was named Mariners MVP, Felix Hernandez earned Mariners Pitcher of the Year honors and Brad Miller was selected as the Unsung Hero when the team's annual Baseball Writers Association of America awards were presented in a pregame ceremony at Safeco Field on Friday.

10/2/2015 | Cano to have surgery to repair sports hernia

Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano will undergo surgery to repair a sports hernia Oct. 13 in Philadelphia, Mariners Medical Director Dr. Edward Khalfayan announced Friday.

10/2/2015 | Lefties face off at Safeco in penultimate game

Left-handers Roenis Elias and Sean Nolin square off Saturday as the Mariners host the A's in the second game of a three-game, season-ending series at 6:10 p.m. PT at Safeco Field.

10/1/2015 | Peers nominate Cruz among AL's top players

Mariners right fielder Nelson Cruz, who is headed down to the wire in the race for the Major League home run crown, was one of three players named Thursday as finalists for the Players Choice Award's American League Outstanding Player.

10/1/2015 | Youth being served at Mariners instructs

After years of graduating top prospects to the Major Leagues, the Seattle Mariners' farm system has become thin on upper-level talent. The Mariners' lower levels, however, are stacked with high-ceiling prospects, many of whom are currently participating in the club's instructional league in Peoria, Ariz.

10/1/2015 | Sucre sprays 3 hits in career night at plate

Hits have been hard to come by for Mariners catchers. Over 159 games, the Mariners have used five different catchers, and just one -- Mike Zunino -- has managed a batting average higher than .170. Entering Wednesday's 7-6 loss to the Astros, Mariners catchers had amassed just 80 hits this season for a combined .152 batting average and 178 strikeouts.