Ryan Cook

Ryan Cook

Height/Weight: 6' 1"/215 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born: Clovis, California
College: USC
Draft: 2008 27th round by the
  • Lookout Landing

    The Beginning: Mariners vs. Guardians Series Preview

    Expectations are a funny thing. Mariners fans have 20 long reasons to hold our hopes close to our hearts, ensuring we're not too hurt when the inevitable frustration sets in during the summer. That guarded posture was blown out the window last year, with the dream of October baseball finally fulfilled. After two 90-win seasons in a row and a dramatic postseason run last year, the expectations have been raised through the roof. Julio is the face of the future of baseball, La Piedra is the foundation of a phenomenal pitching staff, and the rest of the roster is filled with resilient goons who are ready to take the next step forward. It's an exciting time to be a Mariners fan. Time to write our

  • Seattle Sports

    Drayer's Mariners Preview: What to watch as the 2023 season begins

    The 2023 Seattle Mariners arrived back to T-Mobile Park on Monday night and entered their newly remodeled clubhouse together for the first time. The spring training roster had been whittled from 76 to the 25 who got off the plane – George Kirby, still a week away from his first scheduled start of the season, stayed behind in Arizona to pitch Tuesday in a minor league game. At the top of the step on one side is the iconic scene at home plate after “The Double.” The other, the now iconic shot of Cal Raleigh holding his bat aloft after hitting the drought-ending home run. While in the last two years in particular I was much more concerned about what they did in the last three months of the season – there were young players such as Kirby, Raleigh, Julio Rodríguez and an Andrés Muñoz coming off injury that needed to get their feet wet – this year's group is much more established.

  • Tacoma News Tribune

    Meet the Mariners: Seattle announces 2023 Opening Day roster

    The Mariners open the 2023 season Thursday night in Seattle.