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Mariners opt to slow Haniger's rehab routine

After initially hoping to send right fielder Mitch Haniger out to start a Minor League stint with Class A Advanced Modesto on Friday, the Mariners backed off that plan and will keep the standout rookie..

Mariners push back Mitch Haniger’s rehab stint a few days to avoid a setback

Yet more injury updates on Mitch Haniger and James Paxton and when they might return from the disabled list.
Seattle Times

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Haniger could rejoin Mariners for next road trip

Right fielder Mitch Haniger, who was among the team's best offensive players when he went on the disabled list April 26 with a strained right oblique, hit in the cage and played light catch at Safeco..

Mariners injury updates: Robinson Cano scratched from lineup; James Paxton, Mitch Haniger progressing; Steve Cishek activated

Cano will miss his fifth consecutive game with a sore quadriceps.
Seattle Times

Some mixed results in the recoveries of the injured Mariners players

Felix Hernandez feels "so-so" after playing catch, but James Paxton, Steve Cishek and Mitch Haniger are making progress in their recoveries.
Seattle Times

Robinson Cano scratched from the Mariners lineup before batting practice, injury updates on James Paxton, Mitch Haniger

Cano suffered a strained quad in Philadelphia. Paxton has been cleared to start playing catch.
Seattle Times

Lack of a designated hitter keeps Nelson Cruz out of the Mariners lineup in Philadelphia

Mariners don't want to test Cruz's tender hamstring, plus injury updates on Felix Hernandez, James Paxton, Mitch Haniger, Shawn O'Malley and Steve Cishek
Seattle Times

Mariners reliever Steve Cishek hopes two bullpen sessions with pitching coach Mel Stottlemyre will fix mechanical issues

Also injury updates on Felix Hernandez, Mitch Haniger and Hisashi Iwakuma
Seattle Times

Mariners learn they will be without Felix Hernandez and Mitch Haniger for a while

Both players are on the 10-day disabled list but will be out much longer than the minimum
CBS Sports

Mariners medical update: Felix Hernandez and Mitch Haniger expected to miss 3-4 weeks

Both players were injured in Tuesday's loss to the Tigers.
Seattle Times

Statcast of the Day: Paxton looks like an ace

James Paxton proved to be just what the doctor ordered for the ailing Mariners on Wednesday. For starters, he didn't need any medical help, which was a welcome change for a Seattle club that has lost..

MLB: Seattle puts Felix Hernandez, Mitch Haniger on the DL

Right-handed ace Felix Hernandez was put on the 10-day disabled list by the Seattle Mariners on Wednesday because of right shoulder inflammation. Hernandez lasted only two innings in Seattle’s..
L.A. Times

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