Mariners tie it with HR in 9th, walk off in 11th

After being handcuffed by Francisco Liriano on one hit for eight scoreless innings, the Mariners pulled out a 3-2, 11-inning win over the Tigers with some late fireworks on Sunday at Safeco Field. Dee Gordon singled off Tigers reliever Buck Farmer leading off the 11th, stole second and scored on Jean Segura's walk-off base hit down the first base line. The Mariners are 3-0 in extra-inning games this season.… Read More
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Cruz sits out series finale with sore elbow

Nelson Cruz's stop-and-start season was back on hold Sunday as the Mariners designated hitter sat out the series finale against the Tigers with a sore elbow after getting hit by a pitch in Saturday's 7-2 win.… Read More
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Haniger somersaults into stands on foul grab

Mitch Haniger made one of the best catches so far this season in the fifth inning of Saturday's game against the Tigers, tumbling over the short fence down the right-field line to haul in a foul ball by Jose Iglesias.… Read More
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Paxton goes the distance in victory over Tigers

James Paxton didn't have no-hit stuff, but the Mariners lefty had more than enough to stifle the Tigers on Saturday night as his teammates provided plenty of hits -- and some pretty good glove work -- in a 7-2 victory at Safeco Field.… Read More
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Five-run 7th fuels Mariners to comeback win

Felix Hernandez recovered from a rough first inning and the Mariners' offense recovered from its own slumber with a five-run rally in the seventh as Seattle pulled out a 5-4 victory Friday at Safeco Field. Ben Gamel's two-run base hit got Seattle's comeback started, Dee Gordon drove in a run with a bases-loaded sacrifice fly, Jean Segura tied it with a run-scoring single and Mitch Haniger doubled in the go-ahead run.… Read More
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Cruz back in lineup, looking to regain timing

Nelson Cruz admits it's been a very stop-and-start season so far, due to a series of nagging injuries and illnesses for the Mariners' big designated hitter. After sitting out two games, he was back in the lineup Friday against the Tigers, but once again he'll be trying to regain his timing while not quite yet being physically at 100 percent.… Read More
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Goeddel claimed off waivers by Dodgers

Right-handed reliever Erik Goeddel, designated for assignment by the Mariners on Wednesday, was claimed off waivers by the Dodgers on Friday. The move comes one day after Los Angeles signed his brother, outfielder Tyler Goeddel, to a Minor League contract.… Read More
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Heredia, Mariners walk off vs. Rangers in 11th

Replacing Robinson Cano's bat wasn't an issue for one night, as the Mariners outslugged the Rangers, 9-8, in 11 innings in the opener of a two-game series on Tuesday night at Safeco Field. Without Cano, who received an 80-game suspension earlier in the day, and Nelson Cruz, who left with a bruised right foot, Seattle pounded out 15 hits. Texas scored a run in the 9th to tie the game and eventually force extras.… Read More
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