Mariners left-hander James Paxton and pitching coach Mel Stottlemyre Jr. will be guests on the “Hot Stove Show” tonight from 7-9 on 710 ESPN Seattle and on 710Sports.com.
The Mariners have agreed to contracts with all of their arbitration eligible players, including James Paxton, Jean Segura and Drew Smyly. The deadline to do so was 11 a.m. Friday.
The acquisition of Drew Smyly on Wednesday filled two needs for the Mariners, giving them five proven starting pitchers and likely pushing lefty Ariel Miranda to the bullpen.
Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto was a gust on he first “Hot Stove Show” of the new year aired Tuesday night and discussed, among other topics, the outlook for Seattle’s pitching staff in 2017.
After two trades on Friday, including one for Jarrod Dyson, Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto is excited for the team’s ability to steal bases and track down fly balls in the outfield.
The Mariners have acquired speedy outfielder Jarrod Dyson for pitcher Nathan Karns in general manager Jerry Dipoto’s second significant trade of Friday.
New Mariners pitcher Yovani Gallardo has a proven track record of providing innings as a starter, something general manager Jerry Dipoto has been pursuing for some time.
It has been rather quiet in Marinersland, but at last check there is a baseball season approaching. Pitchers and catchers will report to Peoria in just over a month, so fear not, baseball is on the horizon. In the meantime, there are a number of items on the January schedule that may be of interest. […]
The Mariners’ two biggest stars, Felix Hernandez and Robinson Cano, are set for their winter ball debuts in their respective home countries on Thursday.
Shannon Drayer collects the news and notes from the Mariners over the last week, including a sign that general manager Jerry Dipoto could add another bullpen arm soon.