Roenis Elias was untouchable for the first three innings against Kansas City on Wednesday 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
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.
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.
Robinson Cano drove in two runs, Roenis Elias threw six solid innings and the Seattle Mariners beat the Tampa Bay Rays 4-1 on Monday night.
The left-hander displayed solid control, stifled the opposing offense and kept his team in the game
Brock Holt doubled and scored the go ahead run on Weeks’ error with one out in the ninth inning, Shane Victorino hit his first home run of the season and the Boston Red Sox beat the Mariners 2-1 on Thursday night.
After Lloyd McClendon’s ejection, the Mariners lost 4-2 after the Twins Joe Mauer hit a two-run triple with two outs in the 11th inning Sunday.
In this week’s episode of The OFP Report, Jason A. Churchill, Alex Carson and Steve Silver discuss the Seattle Mariners’ rotation with Roenis Elias replacing Hisashi Iwakuma, the signing of Carlos Quentin, if and when Jesus Montero could get time in the big leagues, plus Man In The Box, Player of The Week and The T-Bag Segment, taking your questions.
Prospect Insider’s Luke Arkins demonstrates why the Seattle Mariners’ rotation depth is not only a good thing, but key to their potential success.