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M's clobber Rockies, 10-4

DENVER This time, there would be no drama. This time, there would be no anxiety-filled moments. The tying run wasn't on base and the winning run wasn't at the plate. Of course, having a six-run lead going into the bottom of the ninth can ease that tension somewhat. Fernando Rodney worked an uneventful 1-2-3 inning to close out a 10-4 win over the Rockies on Tuesday night. No worries, right? "Really?" manager Lloyd McClendon said with a chuckle. "You haven't been in this ballpark much have you, if you think six runs is enough. When (Kyle) Seager fielded that ball (for the final out of the game), then I was relaxed." It was the Mariners' third...

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