Jones and Romero represent the in-house options

With Cabrera gone, what are M's options?

Melky Cabrera was definitely on Seattle's radar to fill their right field vacancy, but now that he is on his way to the Chicago White Sox, the Mariners need to change their focus. What options are left? We take a look.

The Melk Man could lock down right for M's

Seattle said to be hot on Cabrera's trail

Seattle continues to look to add offense, and are reportedly high on adding the 30-year-old switch-hitter

Scout Spotlight: America's Top Prospects

Scout Spotlight: America's Top Prospects

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Mariners reportedly land big bat in Cruz

Mariners reportedly land big bat in Cruz

According to reports, Seattle has landed their coveted right-handed power hitter by reaching agreement in principle on a 4-year deal with free agent slugger Nelson Cruz, who led MLB in home runs in 2014 with 40.

Craig's bat has been comparable to Cespedes'

The Red Sox, Mariners and a right-handed bat

Boston and Seattle could match up in a trade, but that doesn't mean it has to be Yoenis Cespedes that the M's land. We take a look at another option.

Mariners add lefty Rollins in Rule 5 Draft

Mariners trade Michael Saunders for J.A. Happ

Seager and M's agree on extension

Seager and Mariners agree to huge extension

Seager represents perhaps the best player in the past decade-plus in Seattle's rarest of rare categories: a home-grown hitter.

Hicks follows through for Tacoma

Mariners add three to the 40-man roster

Seattle added three of their minor league players to the 40-man roster on Thursday, protecting those three from the upcoming Rule 5 Draft and bringing their 40-man total to 39.

Cano needs help on offense

The M's goal in 2015: Capitalizing with Cano

Having just missed the playoffs in his first season, Seattle is very likely to pull out all stops to try and get there in the second year of Robinson Cano's tenure with the Mariners. Who are some of the free agents or possible trade pieces that could fit and what are the roadblocks in Seattle's way? We cover some of the possibilities in preparation for what is sure to be a frantic off-season.

M's land Ruggiano in deal with Cubs

M's land Ruggiano in deal with Cubs

Seattle added a right-handed hitting outfielder with pop this morning by acquiring Justin Ruggiano from the Cubs. And although he may not be the big name splash that many had hoped for, he looks to be a great fit for this Mariners' roster.

Van Slyke could be a great fit for Seattle

Van Slyke an intriguing target

Still searching for right-handed outfield help, Seattle could call the Dodgers even with Matt Kemp already gone.

Paolini has pop and patience

SeattleClubhouse Top-50: 50-46

For the next 10 weeks, SeattleClubhouse gives our readers an inside look at the Top-50 prospects in the organization for the Seattle Mariners prior to the 2015 season. Each player review is complete with scouting notes, quotes from various sources and extended player info. Check inside for the first group of five players in our fourth annual countdown. Rankings are the opinion of SeattleClubhouse.