2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
Mariners turn nifty triple play (0:29)
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William Weinbaum ESPN 

With Wed.'s announcement of an Atlantic Lg. team in Charleston (an ex-M's affil), the 4 West Virginia MiLB teams are newly placed for 2021, with Princeton (ex-Rays affil) & Bluefield (ex-Jays affil) in the new collegiate wood bat Appalachian Lg. & Morgantown (ex-Pitt affil) in the new MLB Draft Lg. for top prospects. "I am thrilled that baseball will rightfully be back in Charleston," Sen. Shelley Capito said Wed., adding, "America's pastime is West Virginia's, too."

AP Photo/Elaine Thompson
11d

Prospect says M's manipulating his service time

Prospect Jarred Kelenic and one of his agents told USA Today that it was "crystal clear" that the Mariners' decision to not call him up to the majors in 2020 was based on service time after he turned down a guaranteed contract in 2019.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Yankees manager Aaron Boone spoke out strongly against service time manipulation in light of the comments made by now former Mariners president and CEO, Kevin Mather: “I don't think that's a good thing. I'm fortunate to be in an organization where we don't do that or play that. When guys are ready, or we feel like they're ready to impact the club, that's that. And that's how we treat things around here. If somebody is truly being held down, I think that's terrible.”

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12d

Mariners GM 'embarrassed' by exec's comments

Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto and manager Scott Servais expressed their anger at former executive Kevin Mather's comments and are doing damage control with players who were directly mentioned or referenced.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Gerrit Cole said that he hopes the comments made by Mariners former president and CEO Kevin Mather are a wake up call for MLB players: "Every player should wake up and read the news on the guy in the Mariners. That's the kind of way a lot of clubs are acting. That's just not productive for anyone. This guy's talking about players that are making him money. It's tired, man, and I think players are over it. And if they haven't been awakened to that type of behavior, that's what goes on."

Why Kevin Mather resigned from the Mariners (1:10)
12d
AP Photo/Ted S. Warren
12d

Mariners president/CEO resigns after comments

Mariners president and CEO Kevin Mather resigned Monday following the emergence of video in which he expressed opinions about organizational strategy and his views on some players.

Mariners president/CEO Kevin Mather resigns (2:40)
12d

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Statement from the MLBPA regarding the remarks made by Mariners President and CEO Kevin Mather

AP Photo/Elaine Thompson
13d

Mariners president Mather apologizes for remarks

Mariners president and CEO Kevin Mather apologized Sunday night after his comments to a rotary club earlier this month surfaced, including his calling the English-speaking capabilities of two members of the organization "terrible" and "not tremendous."

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15d

Giles, out for '21, reaches 2-year deal with M's

Free-agent reliever Ken Giles, who will not pitch during the 2021 season while he recovers from Tommy John surgery, has reached a two-year, $7 million deal with the Mariners.

Jeff Passan ESPN 

Left-handed James Paxton and the Seattle Mariners are in agreement on a one-year deal for $8.5 million. Has some reachable bonuses that could take it to $10 million.

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Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average5.5721st
Quality Starts0Tied-1st
WHIP1.6423rd
BAA.30727th
Runs25Tied-16th
Batting Average.3012nd
On Base Percentage.3924th
Slugging Percentage.4903rd