The Mariners are swept by the Dodgers at home, leading to genuine doubts about if they have what it takes to qualify for the playoffs.
Scott Servais and trainer Kyle Torgerson both receive the honor of being included in the AL staff for this year’s All-Star game in Seattle.
The situation is beginning to look seriously worrying for the Seattle Mariners, as they drop back below the .500 mark on the season.
Bryce Miller continues sterling start to his career, pitching a six-inning gem to help the Mariners clinch another win versus the Athletics.
Logan Gilbert flirts with perfection in arguably the best start of his career, but the Mariners bats don’t step up in a loss to the Rangers.
After recovering from a four-run deficit, the Mariners lose to the Astros in the ninth inning, in part due to a very dubious umpire call.
Easton McGee flirts with a no-hitter in his first Major League start, but it is all for nothing as the Mariners struggle on offense.
George Kirby couldn’t have done much more for the Mariners, as his one-run complete game is nullified by listless bats in rubber-match loss.
While Chris Flexen was the main culprit in Sunday’s loss, there was plenty of blame to go around as Mariners fail to complete series sweep.
Teoscar Hernandez continues his recent resurgence while Jarred Kelenic once again thrives for the Mariners in 5-4 win over Cardinals.
The Seattle Mariners waste a strong outing from Marco Gonzales as the Milwaukee Brewers win finale to complete series sweep.
The Mariners continue to struggle in close games and ultimately come up short on Tuesday night in 6-5 loss, as the Brewers win the series.