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Mariners Mondays – The Openers

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The New Year is upon us and Pitchers and Catchers report to Peoria, Arizona in a little over the month to kick off the 2015 season. To get you ready for baseball season, ROOT Sports begins its weekly Mariners Mondays show tonight from 7-10 pm (check your local listings).

The first installment of Mariners Mondays will focus on the 2014 season openers, both on the road in a 10-3 win over the Angels on March 31 and at home in a 5-3 win over the Angels on April 8 at Safeco Field.

In the 2014 opener, the Mariners fell behind early on a 2-run home run by Mike Trout in the first inning, but staged a comeback taking a 4-3 lead in the top of the 7th inning. Seattle added 6 runs in the 9th inning to reach double-digits in a season opener for the third time in club history. Felix Hernandez made his 7th career Opening Day start, earning the win to improve to 5-0 with a 1.52 ERA all-time on Opening Day.

Felix Hernandez struck out 11 batters in his Opening Day start vs. the Angels.

Felix Hernandez struck out 11 batters in his Opening Day start vs. the Angels.

In the home opener on April 8, the Mariners improved to 5-2 in the young season with a 5-3 win over the Angels. Rookie southpaw James Paxton earned the win allowing 4 hits and 3 runs in 5.0 innings and designated hitter Corey Hart hit a pair of home runs going 2-for-4 with 4 RBI.

Corey Hart belted a pair of home runs in the 2014 home opener.

Corey Hart belted a pair of home runs in the 2014 home opener.

The next edition of Mariners Mondays will air next Monday (Jan. 12) from 7-10 pm. The episode will chronicle the Mariners historic three-game sweep of the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park in late August.

Thank You For a Great FanFest Weekend!

Batting practice with one of the best hitters in baseball!

Batting practice with one of the best hitters in baseball!

Two days of bright blue skies, excited and engaging players and awesome attractions…and the BEST fans in baseball…made for a record-breaking FanFest weekend at Safeco Field.

Over 21,000 fans came out to Safeco Field for the two-day event to take part in the exciting event, getting autographs and photos taken with several Mariners players, riding zip lines and running around the bases.

Thank you for a great weekend, and we can’t wait for Opening Day on March 31 at the Los Angeles Angels, and the home opener April 8 vs. the Angels!

Here are some photos from FanFest weekend! Go Mariners!

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New Faces on Dave Niehaus Way

The next time you drive past Safeco Field on Dave Niehaus Way, you might notice a few new faces on the walls that line the street.

The Mariners newly-acquired trio of Robinson Cano, Logan Morrison and Corey Hart recently had their photos placed on the wall alongside Felix Hernandez, Hisashi Iwakuma and Kyle Seager among others.

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Hart & LoMo

The newest additions to the Seattle Mariners, Corey Hart and Logan Morrison.

The newest additions to the Seattle Mariners, Corey Hart and Logan Morrison.

Mariners add Hart, Morrison

Welcome to Seattle, Corey & Logan.

It has been a busy few days around Safeco Field. Less than 24 hours after introducing All-Star second baseman Robinson Cano, Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jack Zduriencik announced that the club has signed infielder/outfielder Corey Hart and acquired infielder/outfielder Logan Morrison from the Miami Marlins in exchange for relief pitcher Carter Capps.

Hart, 31, is a two-time All-Star (2008 & 2010) hitting .276 with 154 HR and 508 RBI in 945 games with the Brewers (2004-12). His 87 home runs between 2010-2012 ranked 6th-best in the National League and his .514 slugging percentage ranked 11th during that span.

Morrison, 26, hit .242 (71×293) with 32 runs, 13 doubles, 4 triples, 6 home runs and 36 RBI in 85 games last season after returning from the disabled list in June (right knee surgery). He appeared almost exclusively at first base, playing 79 games at first, starting 78. In parts of four Major League seasons, he has batted .249 (322×1295) with 159 runs scored, 73 runs, 16 triples, 42 home runs and 162 RBI in 363 games. He has appeared in 240 games in left field (238 starts) and 101 games at first base (95 starts).

Both players will be introduced in a news conference at 1 p.m. today, live on Mariners.com.

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