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Jays hand Mariners fifth straight loss

SEATTLE — Brett Cecil pitched into the seventh inning and Kevin Gregg hung on for the save Wednesday night as the Toronto Blue Jays beat Seattle 3-2, sending the Mariners to their fifth straight loss.

The Mariners put two runners on base with two outs in the ninth, but left fielder Fred Lewis ran down Mike Sweeney’s long fly into the alley to end it.

Milton Bradley returned to the Mariners and had his fourth two-hit game of the season. He was out for two weeks after asking the team for counseling help to deal with personal and emotional issues.



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