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2019 Schedule
68-94, 5th in AL West
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10d

Rockies 3B Arenado wins 7th straight Gold Glove

Rockies star Nolan Arenado won his seventh straight Gold Glove Award on Sunday, moving him into sole possession of fourth place among third basemen. The Diamondbacks had four Gold Glove winners on their team this season.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Here's James Paxton's answer when I asked about not making the playoffs in his 6 years with the Mariners, and appreciating the moment: "I feel very fortunate to be here. This is a team that commits itself to winning and making it to the postseason every year. That's a dream for all baseball players when we're young, to pitch in the postseason, pitch in the World Series. To get the opportunity and the chance to go out there and do this, I feel pretty lucky."

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44d

Mariners part with 2 coaches, reassign another

The Seattle Mariners will not be bringing back third base and outfield coach Chris Prieto and bullpen coach Jim Brower for the 2020 season, while pitching coach Paul Davis is being reassigned within the organization.

47d

A's clinch wild card spot, tied with Rays after loss to M's

The Oakland Athletics wrapped up a playoff spot before the first pitch, then missed a chance to move closer to hosting next week's AL wild-card game when closer Liam Hendriks gave up two runs in the ninth inning of a 4-3 loss to the Seattle Mariners...

48d

BBTN: Goodbyes, Unwritten Rules, Bochy

After a night in which two larger-than-life baseball figures said goodbye, Buster speaks to Karl Ravech (13:53) and Jon Sciambi (32:38) about an emotional night for Felix Hernandez and if his career resume is enough to get him in to the Hall of Fame. Plus, a new addition to baseball's unwritten rules, more stories from Bruce Bochy (28:41) and a heartfelt tribute to Reds broadcaster Marty Brennaman (52:30).

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

It's the end of an era. Felix Hernandez gets the first out of the top of the sixth and that's it. He gets hugs from his teammates at the mound, tears in his eyes. Kyle Seager has tears in his eyes. Felix cries as he walks off the mound and waves to the crowd. He heads to the dugout, more hugs, and comes back out one more time for a standing ovation. There aren't many dry eyes in Seattle.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

King Felix comes out for the top of the sixth inning -- and other than catcher Omar Narvaez, the rest of his teammates stay in the dugout as he warms up. Nice moment. Just Felix and a ballpark all his own.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Felix Hernandez has battled all night, but trailing 3-0 with the bases loaded and two outs in the fifth, Chad Pinder lined a ball to deep left field. It looked like a bases-clearing double, but Dylan Moore made a fantastic leaping grab for the third out on Felix's 101st pitch. The King pumps his fist in a big celebration, happy to escape the inning without more runs scoring. It could be the final pitch of his Mariners career -- and, who knows, maybe his major league career. He'll come out in the top of sixth but look for Scott Servais to pull him to a huge ovation.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Felix Hernandez, pitching his final game for the Mariners, gets his first strikeout of the game in the second inning and turns and points to the King's Court crowd -- all in their bright yellow T-shirts -- with a heartfelt "This one's for you acknowledgement." The crowd responds with a huge ovation. Thanks, King.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs758Tied-20th
Batting Average.23729th
On Base Percentage.31622nd
Slugging Percentage.42419th
Earned Run Average4.9923rd
Quality Starts51Tied-20th
WHIP1.3823rd
BAA.26323rd