Here's what every MLB team should do this winter -- and they would if we were running things.
Ohtani, Harper, Burnes, Ray -- did the voters get it right? Picks, results and analysis from MLB awards week
From Jonathan India's rookie title to Shohei Ohtani's unanimous MVP win -- and everything in between -- we broke down every award handed out during baseball's 2021 ceremonies.
The Seattle Mariners will induct Ichiro Suzuki into the team's Hall of Fame during a game on Aug. 27 next season.
The Mariners have filled out their coaching staff for the 2022 season, adding minor-league director Andy McKay and Triple-A manager Kristopher Negron to the major league staff.
Scherzer to St. Louis? Stroman to Mets AND Yankees? Where MLB's top 25 free agents would land if money didn't matter
We imagine a world in which free agents picked a team not for the paycheck, but for their own happiness -- and for the good of the game.
Remember what we said about your team going into the season? It's time to see what worked out, what didn't -- and what it means for 2022.
Which shortstop could get $300 million? Rankings and contract projections for top 50 MLB free agents
There's a lot of talent available in MLB free agency this offseason. How do the biggest stars stack up, and what can they expect to make?
Left-handed pitcher Yusei Kikuchi could have remained with the Mariners on a player option, but he instead has chosen free agency after the team declined its option.
The 2021 champions have just been crowned -- but we're already thinking ahead to next year.
Seattle Mariners legend Ken Griffey Jr. is joining the team's ownership group. The team announced Griffey has purchased a stake in the club that drafted him in 1987 and watched him grow into a Hall of Famer.
What's in store this postseason? Who has locked up awards voting? And which non-playoff team is best set up for 2022? Jeff Passan answers 20 burning questions for October and beyond.
On the last day of the season, we had the dream of chaos and multiple tiebreaker games. Although the reality looks different, the topsy-turvy nature of Game 162 still should be celebrated.
October isn't in the cards, but there's still plenty of work to do. Here's what each non-playoff team needs to ask itself first.
— During Kyle Seager’s decade as the starting third baseman in Seattle, his overwhelming desire was finding a way to end the Mariners' long postseason drought.
Aaron Judge and Rafael Devers came up clutch to set up Tuesday's Yankees at Red Sox matchup in the American League Wild Card Game.
Entering the final day of the season, both AL wild-card spots and the NL West title are still up for grabs. Here's everything you need to know before the games start at 3 p.m. ET.
— Mitch Haniger refused to let the Seattle Mariners unlikely run at postseason contention end with thud.
— After all the one-run games they've played this season, the Seattle Mariners were waiting for their next late-game hero to emerge.
The Baltimore Orioles are dead last in the AL East. They aren't sniffing the expanded air of the 2021 MLB playoffs. But, beware, they're trying to wreck playoff hopes and let you know about it.
Who is rising and falling with the end of the season mere days away?
— Jarred Kelenic stood outside the Seattle Mariners dugout with the crowd roaring and holding a placard with a phrase borrowed from a popular television show.
Angels manager Joe Maddon said Wednesday that he spoke with Shohei Ohtani recently and the two decided he would not make his next scheduled start in Sunday's season finale against the Mariners.
Yes, there's still a month of playoff baseball before the offseason begins. But we couldn't wait to look ahead at one of the deepest classes in years.
— Mitch Haniger hit his 100th home run and third in two games, and the Seattle Mariners pulled within a half-game of the second AL wild card berth by beating the Oakland Athletics 4-2 on Tuesday night.
With five teams still in it during the final days, the AL wild-card race has a little bit of everything.