Seattle manager Scott Servais, left; second baseman Robinson Cano, center, and hitting coach Edgar Martinez watch Sunday’s loss to Minnesota. Cano’s solo homer in the first inning was one of the few bright spots for the Mariners.
Seattle manager Scott Servais, left; second baseman Robinson Cano, center, and hitting coach Edgar Martinez watch Sunday’s loss to Minnesota. Cano’s solo homer in the first inning was one of the few bright spots for the Mariners. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press
Seattle manager Scott Servais, left; second baseman Robinson Cano, center, and hitting coach Edgar Martinez watch Sunday’s loss to Minnesota. Cano’s solo homer in the first inning was one of the few bright spots for the Mariners. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press

Twins beat Mariners, 5-4, to sweep weekend series at Safeco Field

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