On a team with a few big-time stars in Robinson Cano, Nelson Cruz and Felix Hernandez, he's not the first name that pops up when people talk about Mariners baseball. But don't underestimate the impact of Kyle Seager on Seattle's club and its chances in 2017.
Seattle Mariners Schedule
About Seattle Mariners
Why Buy Seattle Mariners Tickets from SeatSmart?
Same tickets. Lower prices. Guaranteed.
When you buy Seattle Mariners tickets from SeatSmart, we guarantee that you are getting the lowest price available on the web. No other site can sell Seattle Mariners tickets at a lower price than the one you see for our Preferred Inventory.
SeatSmart connects you directly to professional sellers. That means that not only are you getting the lowest available price, but you're buying Seattle Mariners tickets that are 100% guaranteed to be authentic. Click here to learn more about our Authenticity Guarantee.
No Hidden Fees
You'll never be surprised by hidden fees when you buy Seattle Mariners tickets from SeatSmart. You deserve to know the final price of your tickets right from the get-go.
SEA Homepage News
MLB.TV is back, and it's better than ever. Watch live out-of-market games -- including almost 300 Spring Training games and the World Baseball Classic (in U.S.) without blackouts -- on more than 400 devices.
Kevin Mather is beginning his third season as Mariners president, which puts him in perfect position to pass on a Presidents Day message for Seattle baseball fans.
Spring Training is almost here! Check out the latest ticket deals, gear up at the shop and get ready for the 2017 season with complete Mariners coverage.
After a rainy weekend slowed the start of Mariners camp, the team took the field for its first full-squad workout on Monday under mostly sunny skies as the action heated up quickly at the club's Peoria Sports Complex.
Nelson Cruz had only been back at Mariners camp for a day, but the slugger has already adopted manager Scott Servais' new slogan for 2017: "Whatever it takes."
A busy offseason for a team that just missed the playoffs last year has raised expectations and pressure on a Mariners club that hasn't made the postseason since 2001.
Felix Hernandez, who normally starts spring on a slower schedule, looked sharp again in his second bullpen outing on Sunday, as the Mariners ace continued impressing teammates after some rigorous offseason training.
Who do the Mariners have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Seattle's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
No, he's not going to come out of retirement and don a Mariners uniform, general manager Jerry Dipoto insisted. And no, he's not looking to trade himself. But baseball's most active GM -- having made a Major League-high 38 trades in 17 months since taking over Seattle's front office -- ditched the deals for a day. He donned his glove and played catch in the bullpen.
Coming off one of the best seasons of his impressive 12-year career, Robinson Cano has two things in mind this spring. No. 1, do it all again. And No. 2, this time help get his team into the postseason.
Gear up for Spring Training with updated authentic caps, jerseys, socks and more, and wear what your favorite Mariners are wearing.
If Thyago Vieira continues to throw strikes consistently, it might not be long before the 24-year-old from Brazil gets a shot in the Mariners bullpen.
Mariners position players reported to camp for their physical exams on Saturday, but center fielder Leonys Martin remained at home in Miami with an excused absence. He will likely be a few days late, according to manager Scott Servais.
From baseball's brightest stars to the next great fantasy steal lurking on the Mariners depth chart, everything you need to know is one click away.
As one of 14 pitchers who are new to the organization this offseason, Shae Simmons wasted little time introducing himself to the Mariners. All it took was the sound of his explosive fastball popping into the catcher's glove during his first bullpen session this week to capture the attention of everyone watching.
The first week of Spring Training is all about pitching, but things are about to heat up at Mariners camp -- even with rain expected Saturday -- when position players are due to report for their physical exams.
Drew Smyly saw the text message from Team USA general manager Joe Torre last month, asking if he'd be interested in pitching for his country in the upcoming World Baseball Classic, and immediately raised an eyebrow.
His nickname is "Scrabble," which is easier to say than Marc Rzepczynski. But the Mariners are mostly hoping their new lefty helps spell relief for a bullpen that lacked a southpaw specialist last season.
For what Mariners want to achieve this season, a lot depends on their starting pitching. And all five projected rotation members were on the mound for the first time this spring on Thursday during the second day of pitchers and catchers workouts.
The Mariners need Hisashi Iwakuma to be consistent as they challenge for the American League West title behind a rotation that is looking for a strong season from Felix Hernandez,
Manager Scott Servais installed a drill where his hurlers field ground balls back to the mound, then throw into a net with a bull's-eye in the middle at first or second base instead of to a fielder with a glove.
Felix Hernandez has heard the words. He has sensed the whispers. He knows some are wondering if his career is on the downswing as he approaches his 31st birthday and comes off a season in which he had some struggles.
While most of the 35 pitchers in Mariners camp will take the mound soon to begin ramping up for Cactus League games, relievers Steve Cishek and Tony Zych are on a slower track as they return from offseason surgeries.
Scott Servais likes to put a theme to his team at the start of Spring Training. And this year the motto he's rolling out for the 2017 Mariners is "Whatever It Takes."
Beat reporter Greg Johns takes a look at the Mariners' potential Opening Day lineup, the club's farm system, Felix Hernandez and more.
Dave Sims is going into his 11th season as the TV voice of the Mariners for Root Sports. He is one of two African-Americans -- Astros radio broadcaster Robert Ford is the other -- doing play-by-play for a Major League team.
With Spring Training fast approaching, MLB.com will take a look at a different aspect of this year's Mariners squad each day this week. Today's topic: Spring Training is here.
With Spring Training fast approaching, MLB.com takes a look at a different aspect of this year's Mariners squad each day this week. Today's topic: Predicting the 25-man roster.
The Mariners appear poised to make a legitimate run at the playoffs this season with a club that GM Jerry Dipoto has worked feverishly to upgrade since taking over following a 76-86 season in 2015.
With a well-paid veteran nucleus in place, GM Jerry Dipoto proceeded to implement a plan to improve the roster by adding players who better fit his vision of what it would take to succeed in Safeco Field.
In Jerry Dipoto's estimation, if Seattle is going to have any chance of ending the game's longest postseason drought in 2017, it had to be this way, with a dizzying series of swaps that made him the Most Interesting -- or at least Most Active -- Man in Baseball this Hot Stove season.
Six members of the Mariners' 40-man roster, as well as another five from the club's Minor League system, were among the players named to World Baseball Classic squads on Wednesday when the tournament's teams were officially announced.