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- Yan Gomes hit a three-run homer in the 10th inning and the Cleveland Indians, twice revived by Seattle's fielding errors, beat the Mariners 10-8 on Monday to complete a four-game sweep of the Mariners.
Seattle Mariners HEADLINES
The Cleveland Indians walked off in more dramatic fashion this time.
CLEVELAND — It wasn’t a typo.
Over the course of a baseball season, a team will suffer through a few lackluster losses. It's a product of playing 162 games.
Felix Hernandez was anything but sharp, the Mariners' defense was worse and their hitting was non-existent as Seattle slogged its way to a 6-0 loss against the Cleveland Indians on Sunday at Progressive Field.
Justin Masterson twirled a gem and struck out a season-high 11 batters and Michael Brantley drove in four runs as the Cleveland Indians downed the Seattle Mariners, 6-0, picking up a win for the third time in this four-game set.
In 2009 and 2010, David Aardsma racked up 69 saves over two seasons as the Seattle Mariners’ closer.
The walk-off miseries for the Seattle Mariners continue at Progressive Field. Less than 24 hours after watching the Cleveland Indians celebrate a winning homer in the 10th inning, the Mariners had to watch nearly the same thing again.
Danny Farquhars debut with the Seattle Mariners went slightly better than his major league debut in 2011 with the Toronto Blue Jays.
The highlight shows will feature Jason Kipnis walk-off, laser of a line-drive, three-run homer as the reason the Cleveland Indians beat the Seattle Mariners, 6-3 in 10 innings, on Friday night at Progressive Field.
Danny Farquhar was thinking about food, not his future. Farquhar was standing in line in the Cheney Stadium clubhouse ready to enjoy the postgame food spread after a disappointing 6-5 loss to Memphis in 10 innings on Thursday night.
Jason Kipnis hit a three-run homer in the bottom of the 10th inning to lift the Cleveland Indians over the Seattle Mariners, 6-3, in the opener of a four-game series.
Just about everything the Mariners could want happened Thursday night, as Seattle piecemealed together a grinding 3-2 win over the New York Yankees that came to a taut conclusion with the tying run on third base and an All-Star at the plate in the Bronx.
Jason Bay sat in the visitors dugout in Yankee Stadium with his Mariners uniform on, talking about the Mets.
Michael Morse clubbed a solo homer to help lift the Seattle Mariners to a 3-2 win over the New York Yankees in the rubber match of a three-game set.
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