5 Things: A Week Of Walk-Off Wins In MLBEverywhere Major League Baseball fans turned last week, a team was winning a game with a walk-off plate appearance. The Chicago White Sox won two games via the walk off last week, yet they also lost two games via the walk off. The Oakland Athletics won two straight games over the Tampa Bay Rays, and at the Coliseum, that means pies in the face for the player that just won the game. The St. Louis Cardinals won a big game against the Los Angeles Dodgers with a walk-off home run this week, too.
Sluggin' Seattle: Lind's 6 RBIs Lead Mariners Past A's 13-3Adam Lind hit home runs in his first two at-bats and had a season-best six RBIs while the Seattle Mariners scored a season-high in runs in a 13-3 rout of the Oakland Athletics on Wednesday night.
Hill Wins Again, A's End Skid With 5-0 Victory Vs MarinersRich Hill pitched eight innings to win his fourth straight start, Stephen Vogt hit a leadoff homer in the seventh inning to snap a scoreless tie.
Mariners Rally Against A's Bullpen For First Sweep Of SeasonSeattle Mariners rallied for a back-and-forth 9-8 win over the Oakland Athletics on Wednesday and their first 2016 series sweep.
30 Players: Taijuan Walker Close To Following King Felix As Mariners’ AceThe Mariners hope their young pitcher can find more consistency after and up and down 2015 campaign.
Nori Aoki, Mariners Finalize $5.5 Million DealThe Mariners kept up their offseason makeover on Thursday by finalizing a $5.5 million, one-year contract with free agent outfielder Nori Aoki, a deal that includes a $6 million conditional option for the 2017 season.
Bassitt, A's Bullpen Knocked Around In 8-2 Loss To Mariners
Bassitt, A's To Face King Felix
A's Blow 5-Run Lead In 6-5 Loss To Mariners
Chavez, A's Look To Continue Streak Against Mariners
Iwakuma Tagged For 7 Runs In 5th, Mariners Lose 11-5 To A's
A's Seek End Of Road Skid In Seattle