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Mark Trumbo

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  • Hernandez, Mariners outduel Bumgarner, Giants

    SEATTLE On this night, the King was just a little bit better than the World Series MVP. Though it's quite certain Felix Hernandez would trade his crown for any one of Madison Bumgarner's three World Series titles. The Seattle Mariners' Hernandez has...
  • Hernandez outpitches Bumgarner as Mariners beat Giants 2-0

    Felix Hernandez pitched eight innings of four-hit ball, Austin Jackson delivered a go-ahead RBI triple in the sixth, and the Seattle Mariners beat the San Francisco Giants 2-0 Wednesday night. Hernandez (10-4) allowed four hits, struck out five and...
  • Rays turn back Angels, 6-5, in 10 innings

    Rays turn back Angels, 6-5, in 10 innings
    KEY MOMENT: After the Angels rallied to tie the score in the ninth inning, they deployed closer Huston Street for the 10th. The first batter he faced, Kevin Kiermaier, hit a home run. The Angels, trying to win for the first time this season when...
  • Indians avoid sweep against Mariners, win 6-0

    CLEVELAND Indians rookie third baseman Giovanny Urshela had himself quite a day Thursday in the Indians' 6-0 win over the Mariners at Progressive Field, even if his family wasn't able to stay and see any of it. Urshela is from Colombia, and his family...
  • Seager powers Mariners' 9-3 romp over Indians

    CLEVELAND Entering Wednesday, the Mariners hadn't scored more than three runs in a game since May 27. The 13-game streak was the longest in team history, the most ignominious in the American League since the early 1970s, when the '72 Rangers made it 14....
  • Mariners can't muster enough offense to defeat Rays

    SEATTLE The expectation of runs being scarce for the Mariners on Sunday was followed by affirmation for such thinking. As has been the case in their previous outings against him, Seattle did little against Rays' starter Chris Archer. But unlike the...
  • Colon Gem Comes Undone Late As Diamondbacks Drop Mets

    Colon Gem Comes Undone Late As Diamondbacks Drop Mets
    PHOENIX (AP) — Bartolo Colon was as good as he's been all season, except for one pitch to the newest¬†member of the Arizona Diamondbacks. Welington Castillo hit a two-run homer with two outs in the seventh inning, and the Diamondbacks beat Colon...
  • Rays blank M's, 1-0

    SEATTLE This is not a reprint. It only feels that way. All the usual suspects were there: The Seattle Mariners wasted their few scoring chances with runners in scoring position, they wasted another excellent start from a starting pitcher and Fernando...
  • Mariners waste another solid start, fall to Rays

    SEATTLE It seemed all too familiar, and that's the problem. The Seattle Mariners got another perfectly good outing from a starting pitcher, but wasted it because their offense couldn't cash in. Roenis Elias pitched eight innings and gave up two runs, but...
  • Mark Trumbo back in AL West -- with Mariners, not Angels

    Mark Trumbo back in AL West -- with Mariners, not Angels
    The Angels' left fielders are batting .191 this season and have combined for four home runs. As a team, the Angels' slugging percentage ranks 13th in the American League, the lowest in the American League West. On Wednesday, the Angels passed on a...
  • Freddy Galvis leads Phillies to first three-game winning streak in win over Diamondbacks

    Freddy Galvis leads Phillies to first three-game winning streak in win over Diamondbacks
    PHILADELPHIA — All Freddy Galvis has been doing this season is hitting. Friday night, he continued to do so, this time in the clutch. With his team trailing 3-1, Galvis slapped a two-run double to center field. Then he scored the winning run to...