The Indians showed how dangerous their offense can be with an eight-run outburst in the third inning on Sunday at Progressive Field, powering their way to an 12-4 win over the Mariners in the series finale. Francisco Lindor and Michael Brantley each launched home runs to help ignite Cleveland's onslaught.
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After recording the first two outs of Saturday's game, it only took Indians' right-hander Danny Salazar three pitches to see just how dangerous the Mariners' heart of the lineup can be on any given day.
After a 10-game road trip through Oakland, Detroit and Cleveland, the Mariners will return to Safeco Field in Seattle for the first time since April 19, as they will play host to the Angels on Tuesday.
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Before he made his first pitch of the game, Yovani Gallardo was handed a 3-0 lead. Nelson Cruz and Kyle Seager hit back-to-back home runs in the top half of the first inning off Indians starter Danny Salazar to give the Mariners right-hander an early cushion to work with.
Jose Ramirez delivered a two-run double in the first inning, and Lonnie Chisenhall followed with a two-run single later in the frame, leading the Indians to a 4-3 win over the Mariners on Saturday afternoon.
A Mariners team that has already used 10 rookies this year added another to the mix on Saturday, as outfielder Boog Powell was called up from Triple-A Tacoma for the first time to join the club in Cleveland.
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Robinson Cano hit a two-run homer and Ben Gamel added a solo shot and scored twice, powering the Seattle Mariners to a 3-1 victory over the Cleveland Indians on Friday night.
Mariners ace Felix Hernandez was diagnosed with bursitis in his right shoulder and is expected to miss three to four weeks, the club announced on Friday. Hernandez, a six-time All-Star, is 2-2 with a 4.73 ERA in five starts this season after allowing four runs on six hits in his most recent start, an abbreviated outing against Detroit.
During a Spring Training game on March 8 between the Mariners and the Indians, Mariners reliever James Pazos got ahead of Edwin Encarnacion 0-2. The next pitch the left-hander threw was a fastball in the middle of the zone, resulting in an RBI double that nearly went over the center-field fence.
Nelson Cruz was scheduled to hit clean-up on Friday in the series opener in Cleveland, but Mariners manager Scott Servais scratched him from the lineup a few hours before the game.
A Tigers-Mariners series that began with two one-sided affairs ended with Detroit and Seattle putting on a pitching duel. Ben Gamel's ninth-inning RBI single off Francisco Rodriguez scored Kyle Seager to put the Mariners on top for a 2-1 win, taking a series that began with Seattle giving up 19 runs in the opener.
Taylor Motter has turned into a bit of a rock star in the early going this year for the Mariners as the new super utility man who keeps providing timely hits, but the versatile rookie with the flowing hair added his glove to the equation Thursday.
Ben Gamel isn't trying to be Mitch Haniger. Gamel just wants to be himself, and that turned out to be plenty good on Thursday as the 24-year-old rookie drove in the game-winning run in the top of the ninth in the Mariners' 2-1 victory over the Tigers in his second game filling in for his injured teammate.
Center fielder Leonys Martin will remain in the Mariners' organization after clearing waivers and being outrighted to Triple-A Tacoma on Thursday.
Rehabbing reliever Steve Cishek threw a perfect seventh inning in Double-A Arkansas' 6-5 loss at Tulsa on Wednesday night and appears close to rejoining the Mariners as he works back from microfracture hip surgery.
James Paxton shut down a Tigers offense that put up 32 runs over its previous two games, allowing Guillermo Heredia's two-run homer in a three-run second inning to put Seattle in command for an 8-0 win on Wednesday at Comerica Park.
James Paxton proved to be just what the doctor ordered for the ailing Mariners on Wednesday. For starters, he didn't need any medical help, which was a welcome change for a Seattle club that has lost Felix Hernandez, Mitch Haniger, Drew Smyly, Jean Segura and Kyle Seager for various amounts of time.
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The Tigers teed off for four home runs and 24 hits Tuesday in a 19-9 runaway over the Mariners, knocking Felix Hernandez out after just two innings in the process as they rolled to their third consecutive win.
The Mariners returned their lineup to full strength on Tuesday, as shortstop Jean Segura was activated from the 10-day disabled list after being sidelined the past two weeks with a strained right hamstring.
Kyle Seager missed his third consecutive start due to a sore right hip on Tuesday, but the Mariners third baseman continued to say the issue isn't serious and the club is just being careful at this early juncture in the season.
Posting zeroes has become the norm for Class A Kane County's Jon Duplantier in the first month of the Minor League season. On Monday, the D-backs' No. 8 prospect fired five dominant frames to extend his scoreless innings streak to 20 1/3 to begin the season.
Mariners utility infielder Mike Freeman, who started the past two games in place of the injured Kyle Seager, was optioned to Triple-A Tacoma on Monday.
Taylor Motter has drawn considerable attention for his long, flowing hair, but the Mariners utility man is making a name for himself with his bat as the 27-year-old ripped his fifth home run in the past 11 games in Sunday's 11-1 win over the A's.
The Mariners' dormant bats came alive in a big way Sunday, and veteran right-hander Yovani Gallardo made it count with 6 1/3 innings of one-run ball for his first win of the year as Seattle snapped the A's five-game win streak in an 11-1 runaway at the Coliseum.
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Hoping to spark their struggling offense, the Mariners recalled rookie first baseman Daniel Vogelbach from Triple-A Tacoma on Sunday and designated Leonys Martin for assignment, a surprising move given that Martin was the starting center fielder until being benched the last two games.
The homer-happy A's were at it again Saturday, belting two in the first inning in support of right-hander Jharel Cotton in a 4-3 series-clinching victory over Seattle for their fifth consecutive win.
The A's used the long ball to beat Hisashi Iwakuma and the Mariners on Friday night, getting homers from Trevor Plouffe and Yonder Alonso in a 3-1 victory at the Coliseum that extended their win streak to four games.
The Mariners aren't hitting -- or winning -- on the road. And that has been bad news in the early going in 2017, as Seattle fell to 1-8 away from Safeco Field with Friday night's 3-1 loss to the A's at the Coliseum.
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The A's became the first team to score against Mariners starter James Paxton this season, tallying five runs against the lefty in a 9-6 series-opening victory at the Coliseum to extend their win streak to three games.
It had to end sometime, right? James Paxton's scoreless streak to open the season for the Mariners was snapped at 23 innings when the A's jumped on the lefty for three runs on four hits in the third inning Thursday night en route to handing Seattle a 9-6 loss at the Coliseum.