Seattle Mariners

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The Seattle Mariners began play as an expansion team in 1977. They've faced the Cubs two times in interleague play in 2002 and 2007.


[edit] The Cubs' Record versus Franchise

Regular Season: 4-2 (.667)
2000's: 4-2 (.667)
Playoffs: The two teams have never met in the playoffs.
At Wrigley Field: 2-1 (.667)
At Safeco: 2-1 (.667)

[edit] Transactions Involving the Chicago Cubs

(Format is players sent to Cubs followed by players received by this franchise in reverse chronological order)

[edit] 2009

December 18th: Traded RHP Carlos Silva and $9M for OF/DH Milton Bradley.
January 29th: Traded RHP Aaron Heilman for SS Ronny Cedeno and LHP Garrett Olson.

[edit] 2008

July: Received SS Joe Simokaitis(minors) from Cubs for future considerations.

[edit] 2002

June 18: Purchased LHP Mark Watson from the Cubs.

[edit] 1998

July 6: OF Glenallen Hill selected off waivers by the Chicago Cubs.

[edit] 1995

July 7: Selected OF Kevin Roberson off waivers from the Chicago Cubs.

[edit] 1987

July 11: Traded LHP Dave Hartnett (minors) for OF Gary Matthews.

[edit] 1982

December 9: Traded RHP Rich Bordi for OF Steve Henderson.

[edit] 1980

April 1: Sold 3B Lenny Randle to the Cubs.

[edit] 1979

March 20: Traded OF Puchy Delgado for C Larry Cox.

[edit] 1977

October 25: Traded C Larry Cox for LHP Steve Hamrick.
April 20: Traded RHP Pete Broberg for a player to be named later. The Cubs sent RHP Jim Todd over on October 25th, 1977 to complete the deal.

[edit] Rumored Deals Involving Chicago Cubs

2009: Mariners had some interest in Kosuke Fukudome before the 2009 season, potentially in a swap of bad contracts. [1]

[edit] Players that Played for Both Major League Franchises

(From Baseball Reference Multi-Franchise Tool)

55 players including 31 pitchers[2] have played for both the Cubs and Mariners major league franchises through the 2009 season.

[edit] External Links

Baseball Reference Team History [1]

  1. Rogers, Phil. "Cubs hope Kosuke Fukudome gets good start—in Japan". Chicago Tribune. February 2009.,0,1558196.column
  2. "Players who played for Chicago Cubs and Seattle Mariners"

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