Felix Hernandez will try to win his third game in as many starts Friday in front of a sea of bright yellow t-shirts as Safeco Field will be honoring “King Felix” for his first home start of the young 2014 campaign.
Sarah tries out Safeco’s newest indulgence for beer aficionados- cask ale.
Roenis Elias, the Mariners’ 25-year-old lefty who was pitching for Double-A Jackson in 2013, is looking to follow up his impressive Major League debut on Wednesday against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
Lost in the hoopla of Robinson Cano making his debut at Safeco Field as a member of the Seattle Mariners is the fact that James Paxton will be making arguably the most important start of his young career Tuesday night.
The newest Mariners starter Chris Young will get his first start since 2012 on Friday when Seattle continues a four-game series with the Athletics in Oakland.
The Seattle Mariners are on fire, which means the pressure is on the Oakland Athletics’ Thursday night starter Jesse Chavez to put out the flames.
The Seattle Mariners could pull off something they haven’t done since June 11, 2006: sweep the Angels in Anaheim.
Erasmo Ramirez just saw what his offense is capable of after viewing a ten-run win against a good Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim pitching staff. Ramirez also has a lifetime 2.41 ERA in three starts over the American League West rival.
Listen to the 2014 season debut!
King Felix gets the start tonight as the Mariners begin a new season against their American League West rivals, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. And if the King whips out one of his old recipes for the Halos, the Mariner faithful will be completely satisfied.