Taijuan Walker continued to command the strike zone and excel with runners in scoring position, which helps explain why the Seattle Mariners’ 22-year-old right-hander has reeled off four straight wins.
With two starters scratched from the lineup just before the game, an early three-run deficit proved insurmountable for a Mariners team that has been struggling offensively.
Kyle Seager hit his 11th home run with a solo shot in the eighth, Taijuan Walker struck out six in seven innings and the Mariners beat the San Francisco Giants 5-1 on Monday night.
Seattle starter Roenis Elias struggled and Seattle’s hitters didn’t fare any better to send the Mariners to their most lopsided loss of the season
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Robinson Cano hit two doubles and an RBI, while five pitchers held Cleveland in check, leading the Seattle Mariners to a 3-2 win over the Indians.
Cano’s unexpected struggles at the plate are just the tip of one of the biggest underachievers in baseball to date
Chris Archer made his share of history on Sunday, becoming the first pitcher in more than 100 years to reach double-digits in strikeouts without a walk in three straight starts, leading the Rays over the Mariners 3-1 Sunday.
If Ruggiano isn’t claimed off waivers or traded within ten days, Seattle can either assign the 33-year-old to Class-AAA Tacoma or release him
The Mariners, who have scored just 13 runs during their current six-game losing streak, were 1-of-11 with runners in scoring position and 7-of-40 during the losing streak. They are last in the league in hitting at .236 and have just a .219 average with runners in scoring position. They have scored 193 runs, third fewest in the majors.