2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
Ichiro is a god and idol in Japanese baseball (3:29)
10h

BBTN: Boras' Tough Winter, Correa, Semien, Sciambi

Before hearing from Carlos Correa (36:42) & Marcus Semien (43:17), Buster & Boog Sciambi discuss the video game epidemic, Scott Boras' rough winter, Clayton Kershaw & more (4:38). Plus, Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" (30:16).

Ichiro still has his cannon right arm (0:16)
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1d

Ichiro will be in lineup for opener in Tokyo

Ichiro Suzuki struggled at the plate this spring and went hitless in two exhibition games in Tokyo, but he will start against the A's Wednesday in the league's opening game.

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5dDavid Schoenfield

Predicting the next top-100 player for all 30 teams

From top prospects and rising young stars to bounce-back candidates, which players who missed the MLB Rank cut could soon find a place on the list?

5d

BBTN: Labor Progress, Numbers Game, Eduardo Perez

Buster welcomes David Schoenfield to discuss the latest agreement between MLB & the players, Ronald Acuna Jr.'s hot spring and more (4:51). Plus, Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" (28:43) and Eduardo Perez on his biggest takeaways from the spring thus far (34:00).

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9d

Mariners' Seager awaits MRI results on wrist

Mariners third baseman Kyle Seager, who rolled over his left wrist during a spring training game Friday, is awaiting MRI results. Manager Scott Servais said Seager wouldn't do any physical activities Sunday.

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11d

Seager to see hand specialist after rolling wrist

The Mariners say third baseman Kyle Seager was removed for precautionary reasons and didn't need medical treatment after rolling over his glove hand diving for a ground ball Friday night against the Cubs. Seager left the game in the fourth inning.

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11dMarly Rivera

Gonzales, not King Felix, to start opener for M's

For the first time since 2008, Felix Hernandez will not be the Mariners' Opening Day starter. Instead, Marco Gonzales will be on the mound vs. the A's on March 20 in Japan.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

King Félix told ESPN that he was informed that he will NOT be pitching on Opening Day for the Mariners. Last year, Félix Hernández became the seventh pitcher in MLB history to make 10 straight Opening Day starts. Hernández told ESPN that he was "extremely disappointed" by the news but that he understood the decision after the poor season he had in 2018. Mariners' manager Scott Servais told him that he will be pitching in one of the exhibition games in Japan and is slated to start the first game against the Angels on April 1st.

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21d

Dipoto getting back to normal after health scare

Seattle Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto ran 3 1/2 miles Tuesday, the first time he has run more than a mile without stopping since being hospitalized with blood clots in his lungs during the winter meetings in December.

21d

No Time To Panic

Buster talks with Mark Teixeira about Bryce Harper's free agency, Clayton Kershaw's shoulder, as well as a new idea to implement a pitch clock (4:27). Plus, David Schoenfield weighs in on Noah Syndergaard and Byron Buxton (16:50) and Sarah Langs delivers the Numbers Game (37:04)

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22d

Nervous Kikuchi solid in debut with Mariners

While admittedly nervous in his first appearance with the Seattle Mariners, Yusei Kikuchi felt good after throwing two innings against the Cincinnati Reds on Monday. He yielded two unearned runs, striking out one with one walk.

Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average4.9820th
Quality Starts0Tied-1st
WHIP1.4824th
BAA.26518th
Runs10427th
Batting Average.2728th
On Base Percentage.3593rd
Slugging Percentage.44813th