It was a welcome return to T-Mobile Park for the Seattle Mariners, and a very unwelcome introduction to the major leagues for Texas starter Taylor Hearn.
Ryon Healy hit two doubles and drove in three runs and Marco Gonzales pitched seven scoreless innings as the Seattle Mariners defeated the visiting Texas Rangers 14-2 Thursday night.
Rookie Chris Paddack shut down baseball’s highest-scoring offense for his first victory, holding Seattle to one hit in seven innings and retiring his final 19 batters, as the San Diego Padres beat the AL West-leading Mariners 1-0.
Austin Hedges’ two-run homer bounced out of center fielder Mallex Smith’s glove and over the fence, Franmil Reyes homered twice and had three RBIs, and the San Diego Padres beat the AL West-leading Seattle Mariners 6-3. The Padres have won five straight in the interleague series. They won all four games last year after the teams didn’t play each other in 2017. This was the first time since June 2007 that the Mariners and Padres have met with winning records.
Franmil Reyes hit two home runs as the San Diego Padres defeated the visiting Mariners 6-3 Tuesday night.
For eight innings Sunday, the Mariners weren’t the team hitting homers. They were the team giving them up. It was a reversal of the previous three games at Angels Stadium, when Seattle hitters pummeled Angels pitchers with dingers.
Tommy La Stella hit two home runs and the Los Angeles Angels held on to avoid a four-game sweep with an 8-6 victory against the Mariners on Sunday afternoon.
Four relievers combined to work the final four innings to secure a 6-5 victory for Seattle and Yusei Kikuchi’s first big-league win.
The Mariners’ offense has been potent – at least, when not at T-Mobile Park – with a major-league leading 53 home runs, and the starting rotation has been solid. M’s starters are a combined 10-4 with a 4.02 ERA and 13 quality starts, the latter tied for the third most in the majors, one behind Houston and Pittsburgh. But the bullpen? That’s another story.
The Mariners hit four home runs and Yusei Kikuchi earned his first major-league victory as Seattle defeated the host Los Angeles Angels 6-5 Saturday night.
Tim Beckham and Omar Narvaez hit back-to-back solo homers to start the ninth inning off Angels closer Cody Allen, providing the difference in a 5-3 win.
Tim Beckham and Omar Narvaez hit back-to-back home runs leading off the ninth inning as the Mariners defeated the host Los Angeles Angels 5-3 Friday night.