Mariners Magazine & 2014 Yearbook

The first edition of Mariners Magazine (Volume 25, Issue 1) featuring Robinson Cano is now available for purchase throughout Safeco Field and at any of the five Mariners Team Stores. You can also subscribe to Mariners Magazine and have it delivered to your home.

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The 2014 edition of the Mariners Yearbook featuring cover boys Felix Hernandez and Robinson Cano has also been published and is available at Safeco Field and Mariners Team Stores.

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Be sure to pick up your copies of both publications, as well as the 2014 Information Guide, starting at tonight’s home opener vs. the Angels.

Mariners Game Central – April 6

Game #6: Seattle Mariners (4-1) at Oakland Athletics (2-3) | 1:05 pm | O.co Coliseum
Pitching Match-Ups: RHP Erasmo Ramirez vs. RHP Sonny Gray
Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle and the Mariners Radio Network…also on Mariners.com (for subscribers to MLB.tv)
TV: The game will be televised on ROOT SPORTS…also via MLB.tv (outside Mariners TV territory)
Live Stats: MLB Gameday will provide a live box score with pitch-by-pitch data
Starting Lineups: Starting lineups will be posted on MarinersMedia.com and Twitter when they become available
Game Information: Mariners | Athletics | Mariners-Athletics History

Roster | 2014 Media Guide | Mariners Game Notes | 2014 Schedule | MarinersMedia.com
Social Media: From the Corner of Edgar & Dave | Instagram | @Mariners | @LosMarineros | Facebook | Tumblr | Pinterest

 04.06.14 Lineup

Mariners Game Central – April 5

Game #5: Seattle Mariners (3-1) at Oakland Athletics (2-2) | 1:05 pm | O.co Coliseum
Pitching Match-Ups: RHP Felix Hernandez vs. RHP Dan Straily
Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle and the Mariners Radio Network…also on Mariners.com (for subscribers to MLB.tv)
TV: The game will be televised on ROOT SPORTS…also via MLB.tv (outside Mariners TV territory)
Live Stats: MLB Gameday will provide a live box score with pitch-by-pitch data
Starting Lineups: Starting lineups will be posted on MarinersMedia.com and Twitter when they become available
Game Information: Mariners | Athletics | Mariners-Athletics History

Roster | 2014 Media Guide | Mariners Game Notes | 2014 Schedule | MarinersMedia.com
04.05.14 Lineup

Mariners Game Central – April 4

Game #5: Seattle Mariners (3-1) at Oakland Athletics (2-2) | 7:05 pm | O.co Coliseum
Pitching Match-Ups: RHP Chris Young vs. RHP Dan Straily
Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle and the Mariners Radio Network…also on Mariners.com (for subscribers to MLB.tv)
TV: The game will be televised on ROOT SPORTS…also via MLB.tv (outside Mariners TV territory)
Live Stats: MLB Gameday will provide a live box score with pitch-by-pitch data
Starting Lineups: Starting lineups will be posted on MarinersMedia.com and Twitter when they become available
Game Information: Mariners | Athletics | Mariners-Athletics History

Roster | 2014 Media Guide | Mariners Game Notes | 2014 Schedule | MarinersMedia.com
Social Media: From the Corner of Edgar & Dave | Instagram | @Mariners | @LosMarineros | Facebook | Tumblr | Pinterest

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Mariners Game Central – April 3

Game #4: Seattle Mariners (3-0) at Oakland Athletics (1-2) | 7:05 pm | O.co Coliseum

Pitching Match-Ups: LHP Roenis Elias vs. RHP Jesse Chavez
Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle and the Mariners Radio Network…also on Mariners.com (for subscribers to MLB.tv)
TV: The game will be televised on ROOT SPORTS…also via MLB.tv (outside Mariners TV territory)
Live Stats: MLB Gameday will provide a live box score with pitch-by-pitch data
Starting Lineups: Starting lineups will be posted on MarinersMedia.com and Twitter when they become available
Game Information: Mariners | Athletics | Mariners-Athletics History

Roster | 2014 Media Guide | Mariners Game Notes | 2014 Schedule | MarinersMedia.com
Social Media: From the Corner of Edgar & Dave | Instagram | @Mariners | @LosMarineros | Facebook | Tumblr | Pinterest

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Video Rewind – Paxton’s Strong Season Debut

James Paxton allowed 2 hits and struck out 9 in 7.0 shutout innings last night.

James Paxton allowed 2 hits and struck out 9 in 7.0 shutout innings last night.

Mariners LHP James Paxton had a strong season debut last night, allowing only 2 hits and striking out 9 batters in 7.0 shutout innings vs. the Angels. If you combine his starts from the end of the 2013 season, James is now 4-0 with a 1.16 ERA (4 ER, 31.0 IP) with 30 strikeouts in his first 5 career starts. The Elias Sports Bureau notes that this is a pretty notable start to a career:

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Here are some video highlights of his start last night:

Countdown to Minor League Opening Day: 1 Day Left!

FOLLOWING THE MARINERS MINOR LEAGUE AFFILIATIONS:

AAA — Tacoma Rainiers (19th yr.) – Pacific Coast League

Tacoma Rainiers

Cheney Stadium, 2502 South Tyler, Tacoma, WA 98405

Ashley Roth, Director of Operations

Roy Howell, Manager

Jaime Navarro, Pitching Coach

Cory Snyder, Coach

Tom Newberg, Athletic Trainer

BJ Downie, Athletic Trainer

Gabe Bourland, Performance Coach

Team Website: Tacomarainiers.com

Team Blog: rainierscurto.wordpress.com/ 

Facebook: TacomaRainiers

Twitter: @RainiersLand

 AA — Jackson Generals (8th yr.) – Southern League

Jackson Generals

The Ballpark at Jackson, 4 Fun Place, Jackson, TN 38305

Jason Compton, General Manager

James Horner, Manager

Lance Painter, Pitching Coach

Mike Kinkade, Coach

Eduardo Tamez, Athletic Trainer

Ryan White, Performance Coach

Team Website: www.jacksongeneralsbaseball.com

Team Blog: www.chrisharris.mlblogs.com/

Facebook: JacksonGenerals

Twitter: @JacksonGenerals

 A — High Desert Mavericks (8th yr.) - California League

High Desert Mavericks

Stater Bros Stadium, 12000 Stadium Way, Adelanto, CA 92301

760-246-6287

Ryan Cook, General Manager

Eriberto Menchaca, Manager

Andrew Lorraine, Pitching Coach

Max Venable, Coach

Tyler Moos, Athletic Trainer

Cory Ritter, Performance Coach

Team Website: http://www.milb.com/index.jsp?sid=t504

Facebook: HDMavs

Twitter: @HDMavs

A — Clinton LumberKings (5th yr.) – Midwest League

 Clinton LumberKings

Ashford University Field, 537 Ballpark Drive, Clinton, IA 52732

563-242-0727

Ted Tornow, General Manager

Scott Steinmann, Manager

Cibney Bello, Pitching Coach

Brent Johnson, Coach

Geoff Swanson, Athletic Trainer

Taylor Nakamura, Performance Coach

Team Website: http://www.milb.com/index.jsp?sid=t500

Facebook: Clinton LumberKings Baseball Club

Twitter: @lumberkings

 

Mariners Game Central – April 2

Game #3: Seattle Mariners (2-0) at Los Angeles Angels (0-2) | 7:05 pm | Angel Stadium

Pitching Match-Ups: LHP James Paxton vs. LHP Hector Santiago
Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle and the Mariners Radio Network…also on Mariners.com (for subscribers to MLB.tv)
TV: The game will be televised on ROOT SPORTS…also via MLB.tv (outside Mariners TV territory)
Live Stats: MLB Gameday will provide a live box score with pitch-by-pitch data
Starting Lineups: Starting lineups will be posted on MarinersMedia.com and Twitter when they become available
Game Information: Mariners | Angels | Mariners-Angels History

Roster | 2014 Media Guide | Mariners Game Notes | 2014 Schedule | MarinersMedia.com
Social Media: From the Corner of Edgar & Dave | Instagram | @Mariners | @LosMarineros | Facebook | Tumblr | Pinterest

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Brad Miller Makes History

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Mariners shortstop Brad Miller hit a pair of home runs in the Mariners 8-3 win over the Angels last night. Here is a video clip of his homers:

What is amazing is that this was the fourth multi-home run game of Miller’s relatively young career. In fact, Miller has hit 10 home runs in 78 career games, meaning 8 of those homers have come in multi-HR games. How does that stack up in baseball history you ask? Well, we’ve got your answer. In the awesome Baseball-Reference.com searchable era (dating back to 1916), Miller is just the third player in history to record as many as four multi-homer games in the first 80 games of a career, joining Bob Horner (ATL, 1978) and Jason Bay (PIT, 2003-2004). Here is that list, including the players that recorded three multi-HR games:

Countdown to Minor League Opening Day: 2 Days Left!

 

MiL Baseball

All four of the Mariners Minor League affiliates begin the 2014 season on Thursday, April 4. The Rainiers open the season with an 8-game homestand vs. Albuquerque and El Paso.  The Generals start the season on the road with a 5-game series at Chattanooga before returning home on Wednesday, April 9. The Mavericks open with a 7-game homestand vs. Inland Empire and Lake Elsinore, while the LumberKings begin the season on the road with a 4-game series at Cedar Rapids.  Here are the 2014 MiLB Opening Day Rosters and the 2014 Seattle Mariners MiL Staff.

Seattle Mariners Minor League By the Numbers:

2…Number of Minor League Championships the Mariners won in 2013. The Mariners had 4 minor league affiliations advance to the playoffs last season, but Pulaski (Appalachian League) and VLS Mariners (Venezuelan Summer League) each won a league championship.

11…The Mariners had 11 minor league players make their Major League debut in 2013, including 9 homegrown players (OF Abraham Almonte, C Brandon Bantz, INF Nick Franklin, LHP Bobby LaFromboise, RHP Brandon Maurer, INF Brad Miller, RHP Yoervis Medina, LHP James Paxton, C Jesus Sucre, RHP Taijuan Walker and C Mike Zunino), 4th-most in franchise history.

19…At age 19, RHP Victor Sanchez with the Jackson Generals is the youngest players on a Mariners minor league roster.

36…At age 36, outfielder Endy Chavez wit the Tacoma Rainiers is currently the oldest player on a Mariners minor league roster.  

49.3…Catcher John Hicks threw out 49.3 percent (35 CS, 36 SB) of attempted basestealers, which led the Southern Leauge amongst qualifying catchers during the 2013 season…in his first 3 professional seasons with the Mariners, Hicks has thrown out 50.5 percent (111 CS, 109 SB) of attempted base-stealers, along with a .993 fielding percentage.

461…The Mariners minor league affliliats combined for 461 wins in 213, ranking 5th-most amongst all farm systems.

827…the High Desert Mavericks scored 827 runs in 2013, which ranked 3rd-most in the minor leagues…the Tacoma Rainiers scored 762, ranking 6th-most in the minors last season.

9,000…the Jackson Generals will log over 9,000 of miles on a bus this season.

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