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Nationals pound Mariners in third straight blowout loss

Washington rocks Mariners starter Christian Bergman for 10 runs in four innings. Anthony Rendon leads the Nationals’ assault with two homers and five RBIs. Mariners have been outscored 34-3 in their last three games.

Mariners weather late storm, defeated Oakland Athletics 6-5

Sean Manaea, the Oakland A’s lefty starter, walked four batters in the first inning – including two with the bases loaded – and yielded a towering, two-run home run to Nelson Cruz in the second that helped the Mariners claim a 6-5 victory on Monday night.

Taylor Motter, Ben Gamel lead Mariners to big comeback at Philadelphia

One was a utility player with no real track record of big-league success. The other was ticketed for Triple-A Tacoma to start the season, having been outplayed by Guillermo Heredia. The fact that he was on the Mariners’ roster was a product of the Yankees not seeing him as part of their future.

Odor delivers knockout as Texas beats Seattle 3-1 in 13th

A stellar performance by the Texas bullpen gave the Rangers enough time for Rougned Odor to come through with the missing big hit. Odor hit a two-run home run in the 13th inning and the Rangers got six innings of shutout relief pitching to beat the Seattle Mariners 3-1 early Saturday.