Alex Gordon threw out a runner at the plate in the 10th and scored on Salvador Perez’s two-out double in the 12th to lift the Kansas City Royals over Seattle 6-5 on Monday night.
The Seattle Mariners haven’t had much of a problem getting runners into scoring position. Getting them home has been a disaster.
The Mariners took two of three in Arlington last week and look to Joe Saunders on Monday to repeat the success.
Oakland’s Josh Donaldson and Nate Freiman each hit home runs in the first inning as the A’s scored four times. It all went downhill from there in a 7-4 loss to the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday night.
Throwing caution to the wind, Kyle Seager took a pitch that was nearly in the dirt down the right field line for a game-winning RBI double in the Mariners’ 4-3 win over the Rangers on Saturday.
Josh Johnson believed the mechanical changes he was attempting to make would finally lead to a successful outing and an end to his lengthy losing streak for the Toronto right-hander.
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Up 1-0 after a pair of hits off Red Sox rookie Brandon Workman, the Mariners were trailing 2-1 just four batters into the Boston lineup, with much more to come in an eventual 8-2 loss Tuesday night.
While the Mariners are not leading the pack in the AL West — nor are they within striking range of a playoff spot — the 2013 season thus far is not the disaster it was on pace to be.
Felix Hernandez had a three-run lead before he threw his first pitch, and Seattle’s ace was up 8-1 after three innings. King Felix and the Mariners still managed to lose to the Los Angeles Angels, and Seattle’s rocky season just might have reached a new low.