Seattle's Cruz Leaves Game With Wrist SorenessCruz, who hit two home runs in the game, appeared to hurt himself on a sixth inning swing.
Cruz Homers Twice, Mariners Beat Twins 4-3Cruz homered twice before leaving with left wrist soreness
Cruz's Big Homer Not Enough As Mariners Lose 3-2 To TwinsCruz's homer was estimated by MLB's Statcast as 493 feet, the second-longest home run in the majors this season behind a 504-foot strike by Miami's Giancarlo Stanton in Colorado's Coors Field.
Cruz's Big Homer Not Enough As Mariners Lose 3-2 To TwinsCruz tied Saturday's game against Minnesota at 2-all but the last-place Twins recovered for a 3-2 win Saturday night.
Trio Of Solo Homers Lead To Mariners Win Over Red Sox 3-1Nelson Cruz hit his 27th homer of the season leading off the second inning
Walker Tames Orioles In Mariners 5-3 VictorySeth Smith had the key hit for the Mariners, a two-run home run in the fifth.
Nelson Cruz Hits 20th Homer, Seattle Beats Pittsburgh 5-2Nelson Cruz reached another home run milestone, this time with a shot that left no doubt where it was going to land.
Mariners Lose On Bases-Loaded Walk In 13thA two-run homer by Nelson Cruz in the fourth inning Wednesday night gave the Mariners an early lead, but they couldn't get anything going after that before falling 3-2 to the Tampa Bay Rays in 13 innings.
Cruz, Miley End Indians StreakNelson Cruz homered twice and an almost-clean shaven Miley pitched seven scoreless innings
Cruz, Seager Go Deep To Power Mariners Past Orioles, 10-0Nelson Cruz homered and drove in five runs, Kyle Seager hit a three-run drive and Seattle cruised past the Baltimore Orioles 10-0 Tuesday night.
Mariners Rally Against A's Bullpen For First Sweep Of SeasonDae-Ho Lee hit a go-ahead two-run homer in the seventh after an earlier solo shot for his first career multi-homer game, and the Seattle Mariners rallied for a back-and-forth 9-8 win over the Oakland Athletics on Wednesday and their first 2016 series sweep.
Mariners Drop 4th Straight, Lose to Rangers 7-3"We struggled to put consistent quality at-bats together," Mariners manager Scott Servais said.