Seattle Mariners

Seattle Mariners

AL West
Stadium
T-Mobile Park
Roster
# Name POS BAT THW HT WT DOB (Age)
43 RP R R 6' 3" 230 03/23/1993 (27)
RP R R 6' 3" 225 05/05/1991 (28)
RP R R 6' 4" 220 07/06/1991 (28)
RP R R 6' 3" 170 09/03/1991 (28)
53 RP R R 5' 11" 200 09/08/1992 (27)
RP R R 6' 3" 195 05/31/1995 (24)
RP L L 6' 0" 200 05/13/1996 (23)
RP R R 6' 3" 210 11/10/1989 (30)
RP R L 5' 11" 210 12/10/1994 (25)
26 RP R R 6' 3" 225 10/19/1992 (27)
45 RP L L 6' 4" 180 05/12/1993 (26)
73 RP S R 5' 11" 195 07/21/1991 (28)
RP R R 6' 4" 190 05/06/1995 (24)
RP R R 6' 1" 185 03/08/1984 (36)
SP
50 SP R R 6' 3" 235 09/04/1993 (26)
SP R R 6' 2" 185 09/22/1995 (24)
SP R R 6' 2" 200 12/21/1990 (29)
SP L L 6' 1" 195 02/16/1992 (28)
SP 05/22/1996 (23)
SP 05/28/1996 (23)
52 SP L L 6' 5" 220 06/18/1996 (23)
SP 09/23/1993 (26)
SP R R 6' 4" 235 08/13/1992 (27)
18 SP L L 6' 0" 194 06/17/1991 (28)
37 SP R R 6' 1" 195 02/17/1993 (27)
5 CF R R 6' 1" 190 08/22/1993 (26)
36 CF R R 6' 2" 175 07/22/1995 (24)
CF R R 6' 4" 210 07/13/1995 (24)
CF L R 5' 10" 180 05/06/1993 (26)
8 RF L L 6' 0" 195 05/25/1995 (24)
RF R R 6' 2" 215 12/23/1990 (29)
1B L R 6' 0" 250 12/17/1992 (27)
1B R L 6' 3" 205 04/26/1996 (23)
2B L R 5' 11" 170 04/22/1988 (31)
2B S R 5' 11" 175 05/26/1994 (25)
4 2B L R 5' 8" 184 08/22/1995 (24)
10 2B R R 5' 11" 180 06/24/1994 (25)
31 3B L R 5' 10" 184 05/25/1994 (25)
3B L R 6' 0" 210 11/03/1987 (32)
22 3B R R 6' 2" 210 08/27/1991 (28)
C R R 6' 0" 195 12/28/1989 (30)
C R R 6' 1" 218 04/03/1991 (29)
25 SS R R 6' 0" 200 08/02/1992 (27)
3 SS L R 6' 2" 180 01/11/1995 (25)
97 SS R R 12/27/1996 (23)
DH 11/11/1999 (20)
84 R R 05/13/1996 (23)
Team News
Mitch Haniger Rehabbing At Home

Seattle Mariners outfielder Mitch Haniger (back, core) has been doing core exercises for strength and mobility at home after having back and core surgeries in January. Haniger has been the walking wounded the past year, as his 2019 season was ruined by injuries. He played in just 63 games for the Mariners and had a disappointing .220 average with 15 home runs and 32 RBI after being selected to the All-Star team for the first time in 2018. The delayed MLB season is good news for players like Haniger, but there's still no timetable on when he will be able to return to game action. The 29-year-old might still be worth a stash in deep mixed leagues and AL-only formats, but you can ignore him for now in shallow leagues until we have a better idea on when he'll be ready.

yesterday
Marco Gonzales To Get Opening Day Nod

Seattle Mariners manager Scott Servais said that starting pitcher Marco Gonzales will be on the mound for Opening Day, whenever that may be. Major League Baseball has pushed back the start of the regular season at least two weeks due to concerns over the coronavirus, but Gonzales will be on the mound for the first game. In his second full season as a starter for Seattle, Gonzales was 16-13 with a 3.99 ERA, 1.31 WHIP and 147 strikeouts in 203 innings over a career-high 34 starts. The southpaw is at the top of the M's rotation, but his low strikeout upside give him a limited fantasy ceiling, and he should be targeted late in mixed league drafts as you round out your rotation. Seattle was originally scheduled to face the Rangers at home on Opening Day on March 26.

20 days ago
Dylan Moore Suffers Bone Bruise After Hit By Pitch

Seattle Mariners outfielder Dylan Moore (wrist) suffered a deep bone bruise after being hit by a pitch in the right wrist in Cactus League action on Tuesday. X-rays came back negative on his wrist. It's good news for a player trying to win a bench spot as a utility infielder and outfielder on the team's Opening Day roster. Moore made his major league debut with Seattle in 2019 and slashed .206/.302/.389 with nine home runs, 28 RBI and 11 stolen bases in 113 games. The 27-year-old will likely only come into fantasy relevant in AL-only leagues if an injury opens up playing time for him.

22 days ago
Logan Gilbert Gets The Win On Tuesday

Seattle Mariners starting pitcher Logan Gilbert pitched two innings in the win over the Angels on Tuesday, finishing the afternoon with three strikeouts, which included fanning Shohei Ohtani and prospect Jo Adell. The 2018 first-round pick out of Stetson has made the most of his invite to spring training, allowing just one hit in four innings of work, while striking out four batters. The 23-year-old will likely start the season in the minors but could get the call-up at some point in 2020, especially if he continues to play well.

22 days ago
Kyle Seager Picks Up An RBI In Win

Seattle Mariners third baseman Kyle Seager went 0-for-2 with an RBI during the Cactus League win over the Angels on Tuesday. The veteran went down in his first two at-bats, which included striking out in the bottom of the third, but he made amends by bringing home Jake Fraley in the sixth via a sacrifice fly. The 32-year-old, who missed 53 games in 2019 due to a hand injury, finished with a slash line of .239/.321/.468 throughout 106 games, an improvement from his 2018 season. He should have a place on some fantasy rosters this season, mostly in AL-only formats.

22 days ago