Looking Back: Royals vs. Mariners series rewind

Kuma was as dominant as ever in his final start of the season. (Elaine Thompson/Seattle PI)

NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson recaps Seattle’s latest series against the Kansas City Royals. Far out of any playoff race, the Mariners made sure to leave their effort on the field as they took 2-of-3 from a team still looking to contend for a postseason berth. James Paxton was stellar, Justin Smoak came through in the clutch, and Hisashi Iwakuma was better than ever. Nice to see Mike Zunino and Michael Saunders swinging the bat right now too.

Mariners extend win streak to two whole games!

Raul Ibanez hit his second 2-run home run in as many days

NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners’ blogger gives you his love ‘em and hate ‘em from the second game of the series vs. the White Sox. Raul Ibanez hit his second 2-run home run in as many days. Good to see the M’s play well for a week straight, hopefully Hisashi Iwakuma can put the White Sox to bed early today.

Felix gets downright Franklin against the Padres

Felix gets win number 100 in Houston on Monday night

NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners’ blogger gives you his love ‘em and hate ‘em from the final game of the brief series down in San Diego. With the Mariners coming away with a 7-1 triumph that saw Seattle crush five home runs, there was clearly plenty of love to give. Not only does Nick Franklin deserve praise for blasting two home runs in the game, Brendan Ryan found the home run swing as well!

Mariners win their first series of the year over the Angels

Morse should be back and ready to help the M's (Photo: Getty Images)

NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson talks about Seattle’s first series win of the season. It certainly wasn’t pretty, but the Mariners finally decided to put together a quality performance and win their first series of the year. Taking 3-of-4 from the Angels, Seattle capped the series by using two late home runs, one by Jason Bay and one by Michael Morse, to propel them to a 2-1 victory. Late heroics of Bay and Morse is nice, but how about the pitching of Hisashi Iwakuma.