Ryan Divish, The Seattle Times

Ryan Divish

The Seattle Times

Tacoma, WA, United States

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Recent articles by Ryan:

Marco Gonzales gets roughed up as Mariners lose to Angels

Marco Gonzales got the start for the Mariners and gave up four runs in his two innings in a 5-1 loss to the Angels. → Read More

Mariners’ Julio Rodriguez wins Players Choice Award as AL’s top rookie

Seattle's Julio Rodriguez won a Players Choice Award as the Outstanding American League Rookie over fellow finalists Adley Rutschman and Bobby Witt Jr. → Read More

Mariners clinch first postseason berth since 2001 on walk-off home run

After 21 long years of frustration and failures, the Seattle Mariners are finally returning to the playoffs. → Read More

Mariners outlast Rangers, drop magic number to one to end postseason drought

With the Mariners' 10-9 victory over the Rangers in 11 innings, the postseason is within their grasp. Just a win Friday, or an Orioles loss, and the Mariners are in the playoffs. → Read More

Mitch Haniger homers, Marco Gonzales works six innings in Mariners’ win over Guardians

On an usually warm and sun-drenched Thursday afternoon, Marco Gonzales and Mitch Haniger delivered for a team in need of a victory. → Read More

Mariners place Julio Rodriguez on the injured list as injuries start to become an issue for the lineup

Julio Rodriguez was hit in the right hand by a 97-mph fastball in the eighth inning on Saturday. → Read More

Mariners sweep Nationals in doubleheader to run win streak to 10 games

After rolling to a 6-4 victory that only got close in the final inning of the opener, the Mariners completed the sweep with a 2-1 win in the sparsely attended nightcap. → Read More

Jesse Winker gets a day off from the Mariners lineup. Are there more to come?

Though Jesse Winker has proven to be able to draw walks, the Mariners didn't acquire him from the Reds to walk. They need him to hit. → Read More

Mariners fall into last place in the AL West after dropping home series to A’s

The Mariners dropped two of three to the A's and have found themselves in last place in the American League West with an 18-27 record. → Read More

Kyle Lewis returns to Mariners lineup as designated hitter

After missing almost all of last season due to right knee issues, Kyle Lewis was back in uniform Tuesday for the Mariners as the designated hitter and batting seventh. → Read More

Mariners season opener postponed due to inclement weather in Minneapolis

Forecasts were calling for rain and snow along with wind and temperatures in the mid-30s in Minneapolis. → Read More

Mariners shut down reliever Ken Giles with finger issue; injury updates on Kyle Lewis, Roenis Elias

The veteran reliever has been shut down due to a tendon strain in the middle finger of his throwing hand. Manager Scott Servais said he will not need surgery. → Read More

‘All business’ Robbie Ray has Mariners buzzing during spring training

The reigning AL Cy Young Award winner brings "a different level of intensity" to the Mariners' spring training. → Read More

Baseball is back. So who will the Mariners go after once free agency resumes?

The Mariners president of baseball operations can finally resume his offseason plans of adding impact hitters to a lineup that struggled to hit or score runs consistently. → Read More

Kyle Seager announces retirement from baseball after 11 seasons with Mariners

Kyle Seager's tearful farewell to Mariners fans at T-Mobile Park was also a goodbye to baseball. On Wednesday, Seager's wife, Julie, posted a message from her husband on Twitter announcing... → Read More

Kyle Seager hits pair of three-run homers as Mariners hold off Diamondbacks

The Mariners needed all the offense as Marco Gonzales struggled, but they held on to beat the Diamondbacks 8-5. → Read More

After disappointing series vs. Rangers, Mariners head to Tampa Bay looking to stay in playoff race

Sunday's loss dropped the Mariners to 3.5 games behind the A’s for the second wild card spot in the American League → Read More

Analysis: Has recent success moved Mariners toward being buyers at baseball’s trade deadline?

After taking 3 of 4 games against the A's, the Mariners may have forced general manager Jerry Dipoto and team ownership into being buyers in the days leading up to Friday’s deadline at 2 p.m. PDT. → Read More

Re-opening of T-Mobile Park turns into emotional 5-4 walkoff win for Mariners in 10 innings

The Mariners returned home with no restrictions at T-Mobile Park, and 28,638 saw a wild win in extra innings. → Read More

Mariners demote struggling rookie Jarred Kelenic to Class AAA Tacoma

Jarred Kelenic was batting .096 at the MLB level with just eight hits in 92 plate appearances with eight walks and 26 strikeouts, and he was mired in an 0-for-39 slump that included five walks and 17 strikeouts. → Read More