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Mariners' Thin Bullpen Falters In 7-6 Loss To White SoxThe Seattle Mariners were forced to send a pitcher to the minors to add infield depth with Kyle Seager banged up.
Yankees Blank Mariners, 5-0Iwakuma lost his second straight start despite giving up just three earned runs
Mariners lose to YanksWalker (4-8), recalled earlier in the day from Triple-A Tacoma, allowed four runs — three earned — and six hits in 5 2/3 innings, with three walks and five strikeouts.
Mariners Rally To Beat Yankees 7-5Seattle remained one game behind Baltimore for the second American Leauge wild card.
Closer Diaz Rests While Mariners Blow Lead, Lose To BrewersMariners manager Scott Servais let young closer Edwin Diaz rest Sunday, and it was an easy call — Seattle led by three runs, and the Milwaukee Brewers entered 0-59 when trailing after eight innings.
Hernandez, Zunino Lead Mariners Past Brewers 8-2Hernandez (8-4) gave up two runs and seven hits, striking out eight and walking one to improve to 4-0 with a 3.80 ERA in seven starts since coming off the disabled list on July 20. Steve Cishek, who had lost his closer's role, pitched a perfect ninth.
Mariners Win 7th Straight At Home With 7-6 Win Over BrewersHome runs from Kyle Seager, Robinson Cano and Adam Lind were enough to hold off Milwaukee's rally in the ninth inning, and the Mariners won their seventh straight at home beating the Brewers 7-6 on Friday night.
Pujols, Escobar Lead Angels To 6-4 Win Over MarinersMatt Shoemaker (7-13) limited the Mariners to two earned runs — on solo homers to Robinson Cano and Nelson Cruz — and five hits. He struck out five and walked two.
Vincent Gives Up Big Hit To Pujols Again, Mariners Lose 6-4
MLB Owners Set To Approve Mariners SaleStanton said then the minority ownership group includes 17 investors, and there will be no majority owner among the group.
Reliable And Steady Fantasy Baseball Players Are Better Than Risky Rookies Right NowAs Major League Baseball teams approach the final 45 games of the season, almost all of them are giving playing time to rookies right now. It's always a risk to go with a rookie if your fantasy baseball team is challenging for the league championship in mid-August. While you may strike gold with a rookie, more often than not you're going to strike out with a first-year player. It's better instead to acquire non-flashy veteran players for the stretch drive, because wise fantasy baseball owners know they are reliable options.
Seager, Zunino Rally Mariners Past Tigers 6-5 in 15 Innings"He's got great stuff," Zunino said. "I was just fortunate enough to get a changeup. "

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