Jim Moore | July 30, 2014 8:11 amWho would the Seahawks miss more than Marshawn Lynch?
No offense: Hitting struggles have Mariners falling behind
Jim Moore | July 28, 2014 8:00 amThe Mariners scored seven runs while losing three of four to the Orioles, done in by the offensive ineptitude that have become all too familiar.
Exploring the Mariners' options to bolster their offense, rotation
Jim Moore | July 16, 2014 9:26 amA look at some of the moves general manager Jack Zduriencik could make -- both internal and via trade -- that would better position the Mariners for their second-half playoff run.
Morrison's hot bat gives the Mariners some options
Jim Moore | June 24, 2014 10:02 amLogan Morrison has been on a tear over the last six game, hitting .333 with three hone runs and seven RBIs. So how will the Mariners continue to work his bat into the lineup?
Mariners' Jesus Montero is on his road to redemption
Jim Moore | June 19, 2014 8:59 amJesus Montero isn't very athletic and has made a litany of mistakes, but the former highly-touted prospect has always been able to hit with power.
Fifth starter, another bat aren't Mariners' only needs
Jim Moore | June 11, 2014 11:02 amThe Mariners could use a fifth starter and another right-handed bat, but Jim Moore writes that they'll need to improve elsewhere if they want to remain in the wild-card race.
The 10 most pleasant Mariners surprises
Jim Moore | June 05, 2014 9:32 amNow that the Mariners have climbed to 31-28 thanks to a five-game winning streak, Jim Moore ranks the 10 players who have been the most pleasant surprises.
The Mariners still lack consistency at 50-game mark
Jim Moore | May 26, 2014 9:42 amManager Lloyd McClendon said we'd know what kind of team the Mariners are after 50 games. As the M's reach that number Monday, they're still plagued by inconsistency.
Ranking the Mariners from 1 to 25
Jim Moore | May 23, 2014 9:34 amWith the Mariners just past the quarter-pole of the season, Jim Moore takes stock of the roster and ranks the team from No. 1 to 25.
Heavy hitter: Montero could help Mariners' offense
Jim Moore | May 21, 2014 9:56 amCorey Hart's hamstring injury has left the Mariners in need of a designated hitter. While Kendrys Morales is still available, Jesus Montero would be a more cost-effective option.
Mariners need more power from Robinson Cano
Jim Moore | May 16, 2014 7:54 amWhile he leads the team in hitting through 40 games, Robinson Cano has yet to show the power the Mariners thought they were getting when they gave him a $240 million contract.