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10/25/2016 | Mariners sign righty Owings to Minors deal

Micah Owings, a 34-year-old right-hander with six seasons of Major League experience, has agreed to terms on a Minor League deal with the Mariners and will be invited to Spring Training this February.

10/24/2016 | Martin, Mariners prove ideal pairing in first year

Of the multitude of moves made last year by Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto, perhaps the best was the acquisition of Leonys Martin from the Rangers to solidify Seattle's center-field situation.

10/21/2016 | Marlette, Ciuffo power Peoria to victory

On a 94-degree day at Peoria Sports Complex on Friday, it was a pair of catchers who were heating up as the Peoria Javelinas defeated the Glendale Desert Dogs, 8-2.

10/20/2016 | Mariners add Brosius to Servais' coaching staff

All six Major League coaches on manager Scott Servais' staff will return next season, the club announced Thursday, while Triple-A Tacoma hitting coach Scott Brosius will be added as a seventh assistant coach.

10/19/2016 | Stats all! Mariners' 2016 by the numbers

Here's a look back at the Mariners' 2016 season through some interesting numbers.

10/19/2016 | Seattle trio propels Javelinas with late rally

Mariners No. 2 prospect Tyler O'Neill hit his AFL-leading third homer, Luiz Gohara hurled a scoreless frame and Tyler Marlette went 1-for-3 with an RBI for Peoria in an Arizona Fall League win.

10/17/2016 | Walker undergoes minor ankle surgery

Mariners right-hander Taijuan Walker underwent surgery to remove a bone fragment in his right ankle Monday but is expected to be ready for the start of Spring Training, according to GM Jerry Dipoto.

10/17/2016 | Acta to receive Brooks Robinson Community Service Award

Mariners third-base coach Manny Acta will receive the Brooks Robinson Community Service Award next month at the 17th annual Legends for Youth Dinner in New York, the MLB Players Alumni Association announced on Monday.

10/17/2016 | O'Neill continues to rake with second AFL homer

Mariners No. 2 prospect Tyler O'Neill ripped a long home run and went 2-for-4 in a Fall League win for Peoria.

10/14/2016 | Mariners raise more than $2 million for charities

Through their Mariners Care non-profit foundation, the Mariners and their corporate partners raised more than $2 million in the past year for a variety of charities throughout the Northwest, according to a statement released by the club on Friday.

10/13/2016 | Seager was quietly dominant for Mariners in 2016

While Robinson Cano will garner votes among the top MVP Award candidates in the American League, and Nelson Cruz drew considerable recognition again as one of baseball's top sluggers, Kyle Seager quietly went about putting together one of the best seasons in baseball in 2016.

10/11/2016 | Vogelbach eyeing Mariners' 2017 first-base job

One of the looming questions facing the Mariners as they plot their offseason plans is this: Who will man first base in 2017 with both Adam Lind and Dae-Ho Lee heading into free agency? Daniel Vogelbach knows the situation. And he'd like to be that answer.

10/10/2016 | MLB Pipeline names O'Neill, Littell Mariners' Prospects of the Year selected outfielder Tyler O'Neill and right-hander Zack Littell as the Mariners prospects of the year.

10/7/2016 | Seasoned prospects, young arms developing at M's mini camps

As a whole, the Mariners' stateside teams lead organized baseball with a cumulative .572 winning percentage, and two of those teams, the Rookie-level AZL Mariners and Double-A Jackson, won their league's titles. In fact, of all Seattle's affiliates, only its big league club failed to qualify for a postseason. In the wake of their system-wide success, the Mariners have decided not to field a team in the fall instructional league in Arizona this year and will instead host a series of mini-camp for players throughout the offseason.

10/5/2016 | Dipoto foresees less active winter in Year 2

Now that general manager Jerry Dipoto made his mark in Year 1 with the Mariners, will this winter be a little calmer?

10/4/2016 | Mariners hire new VP of ballpark operations

Trevor Gooby, who had been working for the Pirates as their senior director of operations in Florida and the Dominican Republic, was introduced on Tuesday by the Mariners as their new vice president of ballpark operations.

10/3/2016 | Walker weighing whether to undergo foot surgery

For Taijuan Walker, the just-completed season was a tale of the good, the bad and the painful. Which is why the 24-year-old right-hander will be consulting with Mariners doctor Ed Khalfayan on Tuesday to determine whether to have surgery on his right foot.

10/3/2016 | Selig, Steinbrenner among 10 up for Hall of Fame consideration

The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum announced Monday that 10 individuals have been named to the Today's Game Era ballot, to be voted on during the Winter Meetings in December.

10/2/2016 | Seattle's resurgent '16 ends just short of playoffs

A Mariners team that underwent a major overhaul under new general manager Jerry Dipoto couldn't quite close the deal in its push for the playoffs, falling just short of a Wild Card berth despite a double-digit win improvement from 2015.

10/2/2016 | Strong core simplifies offseason agenda

Jerry Dipoto has built a deserved reputation as a general manager who likes to wheel and deal, but even he admits this offseason shouldn't be quite as busy as last year, when the Mariners made more moves than any team in baseball in restructuring their roster.

10/2/2016 | Mariners go separate ways, future uncertain for some

As the Mariners packed their bags to depart for homes and families across the country following Sunday's season-ending 3-2 loss to the A's, hugs and handshakes were exchanged with the knowledge that not all will be back next year.

10/2/2016 | A's edge Mariners to close out 2016 campaign

There were no postseason aspirations or playoff dramatics on the line, but Oakland rookie left-hander Sean Manaea put on a nice pitching performance as the A's and Mariners played out the string in Sunday's season finale at Safeco Field. Manaea pitched six innings of two-run ball in Oakland's 3-2 win, allowing five hits with five strikeouts.

10/2/2016 | Felix vows to return to King status next season

This wasn't the season Felix Hernandez wanted and certainly not the ending he envisioned. But the 30-year-old says he plans to work hard this offseason to get back on track for what will be his 13th season with the Mariners.

10/2/2016 | After heartbreaker, Seattle sees bright future

Scott Servais has seemingly been prepared for every moment, every step of his first season as Mariners manager. But not this. Not the abrupt ending to what he'd hoped would be a magical run to a playoff berth.

10/1/2016 | Felix, Manaea duel to wrap regular season

The Mariners will turn to Felix Hernandez in their final regular-season game opposite lefty Sean Manaea and the A's on Sunday afternoon.

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