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08.10.13 SEA Notes

08.10.13 SEA Notes

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TONIGHT’S TILT
…the Mariners continue a 2-team, 6-game homestand with game #2 o 3 vs.Milwaukee tonight…Mariners opened homestand against Toronto (1-2)…team travels Mondayand begins a 3-city, 9-game trip at Tampa Bay (3 G), Texas (3 G) and Oakland (3 G) Tuesday…Mariners are 10-10 since the All-Star break…tonight’s game will be televised on
 ROOT Sports
inhigh defnition & broadcast live on 710 ESPN Seattle & the Mariners Radio Network.
ODDS AND ENDS
…dropped series opener last night to all to 1-3 during current homestand…lost 9o last 13 games…are 5-10 ollowing season-high 8-game winning streak (July 12-23)…27-24 vs. the AL West, 11-15 vs. AL East, 9-14 vs. AL Central and 6-9 in Interleague play…52 o 115 games havebeen decided by 2-or-ewer runs (26-26)…are 30-31 at Saeco Field and 23-31 on the road.
Miller Time
Brad Miller
is batting .407 (11x27) w/2 2B, 3B, 3 RBI over his last 6 games.
Series Wins
– Mariners own a 15-16-6 series record, including 6-3-1 since 7/1.
Extra, Extra
– Seattle is 2nd in MLB playing 16 extra-inning games (6-10 record)…Mariners have 5games that are 12 innings (1-4) or longer, the most in the Majors.
Early & Late Homers
– Mariners have hit 48 HR in 7th inning or later, most in MLB…also hit a MLB-best 23 home runs in the frst inning this season and 6 home runs in extra innings.
Danny Farquhar
has retired 22 o his last 23 batters aced (12.2 IP) and has not allowed a run (3 SV).
THE KID
Ken Griey Jr.
will be inducted into the Mariners Hall o Fame during a pregame ceremonyprior to tonight’s game vs. the Brewers…Griey will join
 Alvin Davis
(1997),
Dave Niehaus
(2000),
Jay Buhner
(2004),
Edgar Martinez
(2007),
Randy Johnson
(2012) and
Dan Wilson
(2012) in theMariners Hall o Fame.
SEATTLE CHILDREN’S TO BENEFIT
…this weekend’s Hall o Fame events (yesterday’s breakast,luncheon and auction), as well as the sale o 1,000 specially-produced bats autographed by Ken,and a substantial donation rom Mariners Care will all go to help und
The
 
Ken Griey Jr. Family Endowment or Pediatric Cancer Research
at Seattle Children’s…this is an extension o the
Ken Griey Jr. Family Foundation
, which supports children’s hospitals in Seattle, Cincinnati andFlorida, as well as Boys & Girls Clubs o America…the endowment will help und clinical researchand trials o innovative treatment o pediatric cancers at Seattle Children’s.
SMOAKIN’
Justin Smoak
has hit in 9 straight games, posting a .394 average (13x33, w/9 R,3 2B, 3 HR, 7 RBI and 5 BB)…since July 1, he’s batting .321 (36x112) with 19 runs scored, 9doubles, 6 homers, 17 RBI and 15 walks with a .406 on-base percentage (.969 OPS)…here is ahitting breakdown o Smoak’s frst 43 and last 43 games:
AVG AB R H 2B HR XBH BB SO OBP SLG OPS
First 43 G (4/1-5/22) .240 146 15 35 7 3 10 25 39 .355 .349 .704Last 43 G (5/23-8/9) .305 154 24 47 9 9 18 20 40 .389 .539 .928
ROUGH LEATHER
…the Mariners have made 12 errors over their last 10 games, and 7 in the last 3games (3 last night vs. MIL, 4 Tuesday vs. TOR)…recorded only 1 game with 3+ errors in the frst 101games o the season, but have 3 games with 3+ errors in last 14 games (since 7/25).
SOUTHPAWS
…the Mariners are 18-18 in games vs. let-handed starting pitchers, including winning3 o last 5 and 6 o last 10.
NICE TO SEE YOU, STRANGER
…this is the Brewers frst trip to Saeco Field or
 regular season
game, but actually made a 24-hour stop in Seattle on April 1, 2000 or an exhibition game (9-6 MILwin)…the Brewers became the fnal Major League Baseball team to play a regular season game atSaeco Field…prior to last night, Milwaukee’s last regular-season game in Seattle was Aug. 12, 1997at the Kingdome, when Milwaukee was still a member o the American League.
INTERLEAGUE PLAY 
…tonight is the Mariners 16th (6-9) Interleague game o the season, and 300thall-time Interleague game…are 159-140 (.532) all-time in Interleague Play…were 8-10 in 2012, snappinga string o 12 consecutive .500 or better years…are 138-111 (.554) in IL play since the start o the 2000season, 6th best mark in the Majors.
MULTI-HIT MORALES
Kendrys Morales
is 20-or-his-last-42 (.476) over the past 10 games,including back-to-back season-high 4-hit games Aug. 1-2 (and recording a hit in 8 straight plateappearances); has multi-hits in 7 o last 10 games…
Morales is batting .370 (30x81) since the All-Star break; 30 hits are 3rd in the American League and his average ranks T7th.
FUNK BLASTS
…Seattle ranks 4th in the Majors (3rd in AL) with 140 home runs (BAL-153; TOR-143; ATL-141; SEA-140; TEX-134)…are on pace or 197 home runs this season, ater hitting only 148 all lastyear…the Mariners have hit 64 home runs at Saeco Field, most since hitting 76 in 2009.
HOME RUN DERBY 
…the Mariners lead the Majors in percent o runs scored via the home run…Seattle has scored 471 runs this season, including 223 via the homer; that’s 47.3% o its runs viahomers, tops in the Majors…Baltimore is second having scored 241 o its 546 runs via HR (44.1%).
 YOUNG UP THE MIDDLE
Brad Miller
(SS) and
Nick Franklin
(2B), both rookies, have made
28
starts together this season in the middle infeld…marks the 3rd-most starts by a rookie 2B/SScombination in club history, and most since the club’s inaugural season in 1977 (Jose Baez-2B,Craig Reynolds-SS; 54 games & Julio Cruz-2B, Craig Reynolds-SS; 35 games).
 YOU ALREADY KNOW
…that
Ken Griffey Jr.
ranks 6th in baseball history, and 3rd-most by a let-handed batter, with 630 career home runs…
BUT DID YOU KNOW?
…Junior hit 542 o his home runsas a center felder, second-most in MLB history by a CF trailing only Hall o Famer Willie Mays (640).
TONIGHT’S GAME INFORMATION
Starting Pitchers: LHP Tom Gorzelanny (2-4, 2.78) vs. RHP Hisashi Iwakuma (10-5, 2.75)
6:20 pm Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle / Mariners.com • TV:
 ROOT Sports
 
Day Date Opp. Time Mariners Pitcher Opposing Pitcher TELEVISION
Sunday Aug. 11 MIL 1:10 pm RH
Felix Hernandez
(11-5, 2.39) vs. RH Wily Peralta (8-11, 4.42)
ROOT  All games broadcast on 710 ESPN Seattle & the Mariners Radio Network & home games in Spanish on ESPN Deportes Local Radio GroupSpanish Audio available for all remaining home games, presented by ROOT Sports via SAP (where available)
HOMESTAND HIGHLIGHTS
Featured events during the remainder othis 6-game homestand include:
Tonight
-
Ken Griey Jr. Mariners HOF Day
Ken Griey Jr. HOF Bobblehead
Sunday 
- Run Around the Bases
MARINERS HALL OF FAMEINSIDE THE NUMBERS 
6
Dan Wilson
11
Edgar Martinez
19
Jay Buhner
21
 Alvin Davis
24
Ken Griey Jr.
51
Randy JohnsonDave Niehaus
 VS. THE BREWERS
Tonight is the 2nd o 3 games betweenthe Mariners and the Brewers…this isthe frst meeting between the teamssince 2010 when Seattle dropped 2 o3 at Miller Park…this is the Brewers frstregular season series at Saeco Field,and the team’s frst trip to Seattle since1997, the Brewers fnal year as an ALteam…Mariners are 114-120 vs. MILall-time, 61-55 in Seattle (0-1 in SaecoField)…are 2-5 vs. Brew Crew since theymoved to NL.
 Year Home Road Totals
2010 0-0 1-2 1-22013 0-1 0-0 0-1
 All-Time 61-55 53-65 114-120
MOST HR, AGE 41 SEASON
Rk Player HR Year Age Tm
1 Ted Williams 29 1960 41 BOS2 Barry Bonds 28 2007 42 SFG3 Barry Bonds 26 2006 41 SFG
4 Raul
Ibañez
24 2013 41 SEA 
5 Darrell Evans 22 1988 41 DET
INTERLEAGUE SHUTOUTS
The Mariners have recorded 31 shutoutsin Interleague play, the most by anyteam during the history o Interleagueplay (since 1997):
1. Seattle
.......................................
31
2. New York (NL) ............................243. Atlanta / New York (AL) ..............22
Saturday, August 10, 2013 Game #116 (53-62)Saeco Field
MILWAUKEE BREWERS (50-66) vs. SEATTLE MARINERS (53-62)
Home #62 (30-31)
 
2013 Mariners GaMe notes satUrDaY aUGUst 10, 2013 Vs. MiLWaUKee BreWers PaGe 2
TONIGHT’S MARINERS STARTERRHP HISASHI IWAKUMA 
2013 Breakdown:
W-L ERA G/GS IP H R ER BB SO HR
Overall 10-5 2.75 24/24 157.1 126 53 48 27 135 21Home 5-2 2.48 13/13 87.0 60 26 24 8 78 11Road 5-3 3.07 11/11 70.1 66 27 24 19 57 10vs. MIL --- ---- --- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Career MLB Breakdown:
W-L-S ERA G/GS IP H R ER BB SO HR
Overall 19-10-2 2.93 54/40 282.2 243 102 92 70 236 38Home 11-5-0 2.48 30/23 163.0 124 49 45 34 145 19Road 8-5-2 3.53 24/17 119.2 119 53 47 36 91 19Starter 18-9-0 2.71 40/40 252.1 215 86 76 55 213 32Reliever 1-1-2 4.75 14/0 30.1 28 16 16 15 23 6vs. MIL --- ---- --- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
 ABOUT IWAKUMA 
Pronounced: he-sash-ee ee-wah-ku-mahMaking his 25th 2013 start and 55th career MLB ap-pearance/41st start tonight vs. the Brewers.107-69, 3.25 ERA (557 ER, 1,541.0 IP) in 226 G/225GS w/Kintetsu (2001-04) & Rakuten (2005-2011) inthe Japan Lg.Pitched in the 2004 Athens Olympics as a member othe Japan national team (bronze medal)…also part ogold medal-winning Japan squad in the 2009 WBC.
• Named 2008 Pacifc League MVP & winner o EijiSawamura Award (Cy Young equivalent) going 21-4,1.87 ERA (42ER, 201.2 IP) in 28 GS.
Signed by Seattle as a ree agent Jan. 5, 2012.1 o 5 Mariners pitchers born in Japan, but is only the 2nd to make astart…the only other Japan-born pitcher to make a start or the Mar-iners was Mac Suzuki (9 GS, last: 5/17/99 vs. MIN).Named to frst career All-Star Team July 6 along with teammate FelixHernandez, but did not pitch due to starts fnal Sunday o frst hal.
 AL LEADERS
…heading into tonight’s start is among the AL leaders in:WHIP (2nd, 0.97), ERA (5th, 2.75/48 ER, 157.1 IP), strikeouts-to-walkratio (T3rd, 5.00), walks/9.0 IP (3rd, 1.54), opponent average (4th,.216/126x582), games started (T1st, 24), innings pitched (6th, 157.1),home ERA (6th, 2.48), quality starts (T9th, 16) and strikeouts (9th, 135).
LAST OUTING
…L#5 in Mariners 1-3 loss vs. Toronto on Aug. 5…tossed6.0 scoreless inning beore being charged with 2 runs in the 7th in-ning…overall allowed 2 runs on only 4 hits, while walking 3 and strik-ing out 2 in 7.1 innings…5th time this season to walk 5 batters in agame.
 VS. THE NL
…Iwakuma is making his 2nd career START vs. the NationalLeague, but his 8th career appearance…is 1-0, 5.16 (9 ER, 15.2 IP) inappearances vs. the senior circuit…recorded the win in Mariners 5-4victory over the Cubs on June 28 (8.0,6,4,4,0,5,2HR).
TURNING IT AROUND
…ater going 0-3, 6.83 ERA (22 ER, 29.0 IP) in5 GS (6/16-7/9), Iwakuma is 3-1, 1.91 ERA (7 ER, 33.0 IP) over hislast 5 starts…during this stretch he has limited opponents to a .225average (29x129), while walking 9 and striking out 29…he has alsoallowed only 1 home in the past 5 starts, ater allowing 10 in his pre-vious 5 starts.
PIN POINT CONTROL
…Iwakuma has walked 0 batters in 10 o his 24starts this season, which tied or the Major League lead with Barto-lo Colon (min. 3.0 IP in GS)…his 10 starts with 0 walks is currentlyT2nd-most in ranchise history (Moyer, 11 in 2002)…opened the sea-son with 18.0 consecutive innings pitched without allowing a walk.
BIT BY THE HR
…has allowed 21 home runs this season, most on theteam this year…27 o 53 runs allowed this season (51%), including21 o 41 runs in last 16 starts, have come via HR…11 o 21 home runsallowed have come at home…has not allowed home run in the last 4games, ater allowing 11 home run over a 5-game stretch, June 21-July 14.
STILL A GOOD STREAK 
Iwakuma
allowed an earned run in the bottom o the 4th inning on June 17, snapping his streak o not allow-ing an EARNED run at 31.2 innings…it is the 2nd-longest streak in Mariners history, ranking behind Mark Langston’s 34.0 consecutiveinnings without an earned run in 1988…prior to his June 17 start, Kuma had not allowed an earned run since the 2nd inning o hisstart on May 26 vs. Rangers.
ONE OF THE BEST
…since the 2012 All-Star break, Iwakuma has the 2nd-best ERA amongst all AL starting pitchers (min. 20 GS)…his2.63 mark (73 ER, 247.1 IP) in 39 starts ranks 2nd behind
Felix Hernandez
(2.58) and just ahead o Bartolo Colon (2.72) and HirokiKuroda (2.75)…it is the 5th-best mark in the Majors since last year’s ASG.
PRETTY GOOD NUMBERS
…since moving into the starting rotation on July 2, 2012 vs. Baltimore, Iwakuma has gone 18-9 with a 2.71ERA (76 ER, 252.1 IP) in 40 starts…he has averaged 6 1/3 innings per start and recorded 25 quality starts.
IWAKUMA’s 2013 STARTS
 
scrDT OPP SCR W-L IP H R ER BB SO HR left PC-K 
4/2 @OAK 7-1 W (1-0) 6.0 2 1 1 0 7 1 4-1 88-534/7 @CWS 3-4 ND 8.0 4 3 3 0 3 2 3-3 89-624/12 TEX 3-1 W (2-0) 6.2 3 1 1 1 6 1 3-1 90-624/18 DET 2-0 ND 6.0 3 0 0 1 2 0 0-0 70-494/23 @HOU 2-3 L (2-1) 5.0 6 3 2 3 11 1 1-3 93-624/28 LAA 2-1 ND 6.0 3 1 0 0 8 0 0-1 92-66
APRIL 6 GS, 2-1, 1.67 37.2 21 9 7 5 37 5
5/4 @TOR 8-1 W (3-1) 7.0 5 1 1 3 5 0 7-1 108-745/10 OAK 6-3 W (4-1) 7.0 4 2 2 0 9 0 6-2 95-685/15 @NYY 12-2 W (5-1) 7.0 8 2 2 0 4 2 12-2 89-605/20 @CLE 8-10 ND 6.0 7 5 5 3 6 2 5-5 101-645/26 TEX 4-3(13) ND 8.0 5 2 2 0 8 1 2-2 96-745/31 @MIN 3-0 W (6-1) 7.2 7 0 0 2 5 0 3-0 98-65
MAY 6 GS, 4-0, 2.53 42.2 36 12 12 8 37 5
6/5 CWS 5-7 (16) ND 8.0 3 0 0 0 5 0 0-0 99-696/10 HOU 3-2 W (7-1) 7.0 4 1 0 1 8 0 3-1 105-726/15 @OAK 2-10 L (7-2) 5.0 8 4 4 3 3 0 2-4 92-656/21 OAK 3-6 L (7-3) 7.0 6 4 4 0 6 3 3-4 98-706/28 CHI 5-4 ND 8.0 6 4 4 0 5 2 4-4 90-69
JUNE 5 GS, 1-2, 3.09 35.0 27 13 12 4 27 5
7/4 @TEX 4-5 L (7-4) 6+ 5 4 4 1 2 2 4-2 88-547/9 BOS 8-11 ND 3.0 8 6 6 0 3 3 7-6 61-447/14 LAA 4-3 W (8-4) 7.0 7 3 3 1 7 1 4-3 96-687/20 @HOU 4-2 W (9-4) 7.0 7 2 2 2 7 0 4-2 87-607/25 MIN 8-2 W (10-4) 6.0 4 0 0 1 9 0 8-0 102-677/31 @BOS 4-5 ND 5.2 7 2 0 2 4 0 3-2 102-63
JULY 6 GS, 3-1, 3.89 34.2 38 17 15 5 32 7
8/5 TOR 1-3 L (10-5) 7.1 4 2 2 3 2 0 1-1 102-63
JULY 1 GS, 0-1, 2.45 7.1 4 2 2 3 2 0
LAST TIMELAST START/LOSS:
8/5, 1-3 vs. TOR (7.1,4,2,2,3,2)
LAST WIN:
7/25, 8-2 vs. MIN (6.0,4,0,0,1,9,HB)
LAST ND:
7/31, 4-5 at BOS (5.2,7,2,0,2,4)
LAST CG:
none
LAST ShO:
none
MLB CAREER HIGHSINNINGS:
8.0, 5x, last: 6/28/13 vs. CHI
HITS:
8, 3x-last: 7/9/13 vs. BOS
RUNS:
6, 7/9/13 vs. BOS
STRIKEOUTS:
13, 7/30/12 vs. TOR
WALKS:
4, 8/28/12 at MIN
LOW-HIT GAME (CG):
NA 
LONGEST WIN STREAK:
5, 2x, last: 5/46/10/13
LONGEST LOSING STREAK:
3, 6/15-7/4
IWAKUMA vs. BREWERS
Making his 1st career starts vs. the Milwaukee Brewers.
AVG AB H HR RBI BB SO
Iwkuma has not aced any o the Brewer batters.
TOMORROW’S STARTER: RHP FELIX HERNANDEZ (11-5, 2.39)
27-year-old right-hander is scheduled make his 25th start o the season tomorrow vs. the Brewers…L#5 in Mariners 2-7 loss vs. the Blue Jays on Aug. 6(5.0,9,6,3,3,3,HR)…
leads the AL with a 2.39 ERA 
and with 165.2 innings pitched, T2nd in quality starts (18) and 3rd in strikeouts (169) & T8th in wins…tossed ShO IP in All-Star Game…went 6-0 with a 2.11 ERA (20 ER, 85.1 IP) in 12 starts, May 30-Aug. 1…W#2
(#100 of his career
 ) 4/22 at HOU w/6.0IP o ShO ball (5 H, 9 SO)…W#1 on Opening Night at OAK, tossing 7.2 shutout innings in a 2-0 SEA win (7.2,3,0,0,1,8)…
CAREER:
Is 109-81 with a 3.14ERA in 262 career starts…109 career wins is 3rd on the Mariners all-time list, tops among RHP…ranks 1st in ranchise history in ERA (min. 30 GS)…since2009, is 70-45, 2.75 ERA (342 ER, 1119.2 IP) w/1063 SO in 158 starts…has 53 career starts 8.0 or more IP and 1 or ewer runs allowed…tossed the 23rd
PERFECT GAME
in MLB history on Aug. 15 vs. TB (9.0,0,0,0,0,12)…
INTERLEAGUE
: is 15-7 with a 2.73 (63 ER, 207.1 IP) in 29 career Interleague starts,including going 2-0 with a 1.57 ERA (4 ER, 23.0 IP) in 3 starts in 2013…is 7-5, 3.19 ERA (43 ER, 121.1 IP) in 17 career start vs. the NL at home…
vs. MIL:
 Making his frst career start vs. the Brewers.
SCORELESS STREAK 
Had his consecutive innings scoreless streak snapped at23.2 innings in his start June 10 vs. Houston (3rd inning)atthe time was T8th-longest in club history (Felix Hernadezrecently passed him with 24.0 scoreless IP)…here is a lookat the longest scoreless streaks in Mariners history:
Scoreless Innings Streak (Individual Pitcher):
Mark Langston 34.0 09/14/1988 - 09/29/1988Randy Johnson 31.0 05/23/1997 - 06/13/1997Randy Johnson 29.0 05/25/1994 - 06/10/1994Shigetoshi Hasegawa 28.2 06/03/2003 - 08/17/2003Felix Hernandez 24.0 07/08/2013 - 07/26/2013Tom Wilhelmsen 24.0 05/25/2012 - 07/20/2012Jamie Moyer 24.0 06/21/2002 - 07/06/2002Edwin Nunez 24.0 06/09/1985 - 07/09/1985
Hisashi Iwakuma 23.2 05/26/2013 - 06/10/2013
 
TEAM PITCHING
W-L ERA CG/SV IP H R ER BB-I SO HR
Season Totals 53-62 4.24 4/30 1044.1 1043 534 492 319-33 913 136Starters 42-42 4.14 4/0 690.2 707 348 318 170-8 537 92Relievers 11-20 4.43 0/30 353.2 336 186 174 149-25 376 44Saeco 30-31 3.81 3/16 574.0 539 265 243 166-18 530 65Road 23-31 4.76 1/14 470.1 504 269 249 153-15 383 71 April 12-17 4.23 1/8 259.1 245 128 122 73-8 225 39May 12-14 4.00 1/4 231.2 224 108 103 68-7 222 27June 11-16 4.19 2/6 249.1 256 127 116 72-11 208 32July 15-10 4.16 0/9 249.1 240 119 108 76-7 204 27 August 3-5 5.50 0/3 70.1 78 52 43 30-0 54 11
2013 Mariners GaMe notes satUrDaY aUGUst 10, 2013 Vs. MiLWaUKee BreWers PaGe 3
MARINERS BULLPEN BRIEFS
PITCHER LAST APP. IP,H,R,ER,BB,K LAST WIN LAST SAVE LAST LOSS SV/OPP 1st BF/RETIRED RI/STRANDED
58-Capps, rhp 8/9 vs. MIL 2.0,1,0,0,1,2 4/28 vs. LAA None 6/20 at LAA 0/1 (.000) 35/26 (.743) 13/12 (.923)40-Farquhar, rhp 8/7 vs. TOR (S) 1.0,1,0,0,0,2 (S) None 8/7 vs. TOR None 3/5 (.600) 25/16 (.640) 15/9 (.600)41-Furbush, lhp 8/7 vs. TOR 0.2,0,0,0,0,1 (H) 7/3 at TEX None 6/26 vs. PIT 0/3 (.000) 50/33 (.666) 35/22 (.629)44-Luetge, lhp 8/9 vs. MIL 1.0,0,0,0,0,2 9/15/12 at TEX 8/21/12 vs. CLE 7/31 at BOS 0/0 (---) 20/12 (.600) 14/8 (.571)31-Medina, rhp 8/7 vs. TOR 1.2,2,0,0,1,1 (H) 6/28 vs. CHI 6/18 at LAA 7/26 vs. MIN 1/2 (.500) 43/26 (.605) 39/23 (.590)37-Maurer, rhp 8/7 vs. TOR 3.1,3,0,0,5,2 (W) 8/7 vs. TOR none 5/28 vs. SD* 0/0 (---) 3/2 (.667) 0/0 (1.000)59-Perez, lhp 8/7 vs. TOR 0.1,0,0,0,0,0 (H) 6/23 vs. OAK 7/5 at CIN 6/29 vs. CHI 2/3 (.667) 45/28 (.622) 28/21 (.750)
^relief only *as a starter 
Team Bullpen Totals 30/44 (.682) 301/197 (.654) 179/115 (.642)
#58 - CARTER CAPPS, RHP 2013:
35 G, 2-2, 5.72 ERA, 0-1 SV, 6 HLD
 Career-High IP:
2.1 (9/8/12 vs. OAK)
2013-High IP:
2.0-4x (last: 8/9 vs. MIL)
Stranded 12 o 13 runners he has inherited this season.Averaging 10.53 K/9.0 IP (46 K, 39.1 IP).
1 H, 2 K in season-high tying 2.0 IP 8/9 vs. MIL...also 2.0 IP 8/6 vs. TOR (1 UN ER).
Recalled rom AAA Tacoma on Aug. 6 (Wilhelmsen optioned)...went 0-0, 1.64ERA (2 ER, 11.0 IP) w/4 BB, 9 K, 3 HB in 7 G w/Rainiers...0 ER & 6 K’s in last 7.0IP (4 G)...optioned to Tacoma on July 11 (Ramirez recalled).
Allowed 16 hits & 14 ER (4 HR) in 6 games (6/16-7/10; 7.1 IP/17.18 ERA).
Matched season-high w/2.0 IP 7/6 at CIN (4 H, 3 ER, 0 K).Tied career-high allowing 2 HR in 2.0 IP 6/25 vs. PIT (Marte, G. Sanchez).Allowed a pair o solo HR 6/16 at OAK, 1st multi-run outing since May 7.W#2 with 2.0 ShO IP 4/28 vs. LAA (1 H, 3 K).
MLB W#1
4/18 vs. DET…tossed season-high 2.0 IP (2 H, 3 SO).L #1 4/13 vs. TEX on 2, 2-out runs (1.0 IP, 2 H, 2 R, 1 K).
#40 - DANNY FARQUHAR, RHP 2013:
25 G, 0-0, 4.95 ERA, 3-5 SV, 2 HLD
2013/Career-High IP:
3.0: 7/31 at BOS
Retired 16 o 25 frst batters aced…stranded 9 o 15 inherited runners.
Averaging 13.62 K/9.0 IP (55 K, 36.1 IP) to rank 3rd amongst AL relievers.
0 runs allowed in last 8 G (12.2 IP) since 7/21.
Retired 21 consec. BF, 7/28-8/7, T4th-longest amongst relievers in club history.
SV#3 8/7 vs. TOR, allowed 1 H in scoreless 9th inning.SV#2 8/4 at BAL, ater tossing 1-2-3 9th inning.MLB SV #1 8/3 at BAL; stranded tying runs on base in 8th, 1-2-3 9th (2 K).Struck out 4 in career-high 3.0 hitless innings 7/31 at BOS (innings 10-12).Struck out 5 in 2.0 ShO IP or hold vs. MIN 7/28 (7 BF).Worked 1.2 ShO IP 7/27 vs. MIN...2.0 ShO IP 7/25 vs. MIN (7 BF, 3 K).Allowed all 3 inherited runners to score in 9th inning 7/21 at HOU.Allowed 8 H, 9 R/7 ER in 3.1 IP over 4 appearances (July 6-19).Worked 2.2 IP 6/23 vs. OAK…allowed only a solo HR.2.2 perect IP in Mariners debut 5/18 at CLE (5 strikeouts).Selected rom AAA Tacoma on 5/17 (Noesi optioned, Pryor 60-day DL).Was 0-1, 6 SV, 2.25 ERA (5 ER, 20.0 IP) in 15 G w/AAA Tacoma.Posted 0.56 ERA (1 ER, 16.0 IP) in his fnal 11 G beore call-up.Made 3 appearances with the Toronto Blue Jays in 2011.
#41 - CHARLIE FURBUSH, LHP 2013:
50 G, 2-4, 3.30 ERA, 0-3 SV, 12 HLD
 
Career-High IP:
5.0 IP (5/27/11 vs. BOS)
2013-High IP:
3.0 (5/22 at LAA)
Averaging 12.43 K/9.0 IP (64 K, 46.1 IP) to rank 10th amongst AL relievers.Team-leading 112h hold working 0.2 IP 8/7 vs. TOR (1 K).W #2 7/3 at TEX, retired all 5 BF and stranded an inherited runner.L#4 6/26 vs. PIT, charged w/1 R ater runner let on base scored.
W #1 6/18 at LAA; K’d only BF (Hamilton) to strand 2 runners in tie game.
Did not allow a run in 11 consecutive outings May 22-June 15 (10.2 IP, 2 H, 11 K).
Struck out 3 batters in a season-high 3.0 hitless innings 5/22 at LAA.L #3/BS #2 5/20 @CLE, allowing 2H, incl. 3R HR, in 10th inning.Retired 11 consecutive BF 5/17-5/19 @CLE.L#1 4/17 vs. DET, allowing 1 R on 1 H and 2 BB.Inherited bases loaded jam 4/6 at CWS; retired both BF (SF, KS).
#44 - LUCAS LUETGE, LHP 2013:
20 G, 0-2, 4.30 ERA, 0-0 SV, 0 HLD
Career-High IP:
3.0 (2x, last: 5/21 at LAA)
2013-High IP:
3.0 (2x, last: 5/21 at LAA)
Last name pronunciation: LIT-kee.1-2-3 9th 8/9 vs. MIL...tossed 2.0 hitless innings 8/6 vs. TOR.L#2 7/31 at BOS, allowed 2-out walk-o 1B to S. Drew in B15.Tossed ShO 9th 7/27 vs. MIN...allowed 1 R in 2.0 IP 7/24 vs. CLE.12 o 18 appearances this season have been scoreless.Tied career-high 2 times this season with 3.0 IP (last: 5/21 vs. LAA).Recalled rom AAA Tacoma July 8 or 3rd stint with Mariners.22 G with Tacoma, 0-0-1 w/45 K in 31.0 IP.
#37 - BRANDON MAURER, RHP 2013:
13 G/10 GS, 3-7, 6.75 ERA, 0-0 SV, 0 HLD
2013-High IP (rel):
3.1 IP (8/7 vs. TOR)
2013-High IP (starter):
6.2 (4/20 at TEX)
Is 1-0, 5.79 in 3 appearances in relie...2-7, 6.93 as starter (10 GS, 49.1 IP, 38 ER).W#1 in relie 8/7 vs. TOR, allowing 3 H in 3.1 scoreless IP (2 K, 5 BB).Allowed 4 R in 3.0 IP 8/2 at BAL; 1st 4 BF reached (1B, 1B, 1B, GSHR) thenretired 9 o 10 w/only BF to reach getting to 1B via error.Made 1st career relie appearance 7/30 at BOS, allowing a 2R HR in 3.0 IP.
Recalled rom AAA Tacoma July 27 (Noesi optioned).
Was 3-4, 5.21 in 10 GS with Rainiers...won in last outing, 7/24 at TUC (6.2 IP, 2 ER).
Optioned to Rainiers May 28.Began season in Mariners rotation; was 2-7, 6.93 in 10 GS w/Seattle.
#31 - YOERVIS MEDINA, RHP 2013:
43 G, 3-3, 2.74 ERA, 1-2 SV, 9 HLD
2013/Career-High IP:
2.1 (2x, last: 6/22 vs. OAK)Pronunciation: yo-EHR-vis meh-DEE-nah.Among AL rookie relievers, 3rd in holds (9) and in appearances (43).Struck out 4 in 2.0 hitless innings 8/4 at BAL.Struck out 2 in 2.0 perect innings 7/31 at BOS, stranded 1 runner on base.L#3 7/26 vs. MIN, allowed a 2-R HR in T13th, frst home run allowed in career.Allowed 4 ER in 24 G (26.1 IP / 1.37 ERA) May 22-July 23, including 11.0scoreless IP over 10 games (6/28-7/23).
MLB SV #1
6/18 at LAA w/1-2-3 10th (retired Pujols, Trumbo, Kendrick).L #2 6/9 vs. NYY, allowing a 2-out run scoring 1B in 9th (1.0 IP, 1 ER).
MLB W#1
5/26 vs. TEX; worked 1.2 ShO IP (12th/13th) in 4-3 win.Snapped 7.1 scoreless inning streak with a run on 5/14 at NYY (0.1,1,1,1,0,1).Season/career-high 2.1 IP 4/26 vs. LAA (1 H, 3 SO).• Made
MLB debut
4/16 vs. DET (1.1 IP, 2 BB, 3 K).Recalled rom AAA Tacoma on 4/16 (Pryor DL).Was 0-1 with a 1.50 ERA (1 ER, 6.0 IP) in 4 relie appearances or Tacoma.
#59 - OLIVER PEREZ, LHP 2013:
45 G, 2-3, 3.10 ERA, 2-3 SV, 6 HLD
 
Career-High IP:
2.2-2x, last: 9/17/12 vs. BAL
 
2013-High IP:
2.0 (6/23 vs. OAK)
Has not allowed a run in 36 o 45 appearances…allowed 18 H, 12 R in last 14 G.
Averaging 12.61 K/9.0 IP (57 SO, 40.2 IP) 9th in AL...K’d at least 1 BF in 33 o 45 G.
L #3 8/1 at BOS when 2 runners he let scored in B9th (0.1,2,2,2,0,1).Retired the fnal batter in the 6th inning to strand 2 runners on base, but allowed2 runs on 3 H (1 HR) in B7th IP w/o recording an out 7/31 at BOS.
SV #2 (o season/career) 7/5 at CIN, striking out all 3 BF in 4-2 SEA win.L#2 6/29 vs. CHI, allowing 2 R in 11th inning...snapped 12.0 consecutivescoreless inning streak (5/20-6/28).
Struck out the side in 9th inning on 6/28 vs. CHI.
W#2 in season-high 2.0 IP 6/23 vs. OAK (2.0,1,0,0,1,2).
• Collected
frst MLB save
6/14 at OAK (1.0 IP, 1 H).Struck out 7 consecutive batters 5/10-15.Played or Team Mexico in the 2013 WBC, appearing in 1 game in relie.
MARINERS STARTING PITCHERS BREAKDOWN
W/L TeamPitcher Last Start (IP,H,R,ER,BB,K) Result Streak GS IP/GS P/GS SB/CS K/9 BB/9 QS GIDP After Loss Record
34-Hernandez, rhp 8/6 vs. TOR (7.0,6,1,1,2,8) L L1 24 7.0 103.8 10/3 9.18 1.74 18 21 4-6 12-1218-Iwakuma rhp 8/5 vs. TOR (7.1,4,2,2,3,2) L L1 24 6.6 93.0 3/1 7.72 1.54 16 15 6-2 14-923-Saunders, lhp 8/9 vs. MIL (4.1,7,9,4,2,4,HR) L L1 24 5.8 97.4 11/3 5.34 2.83 13 19 7-2 10-1439-Harang, rhp 8/7/ vs. TOR (2.0,5,7,7,3,0,2HR) ND L2 19 5.3 91.2 3/1 9.82 2.02 8 3 2-8 7-1250-Ramirez, rhp 8/3 at BAL (6.0,4,4,4,0,6,HR-2) W W3 4 5.6 101.0 0/0 8.06 3.22 0 2 2-1 3-145-Noesi, rhp 5/16 at NYY (4.1,3,1,0,1,4) ND ND 1 4.1 79.0 0/0 8.31 2.07 0 0 0-0 1-049-Beavan, rhp 4/10 vs. HOU (5.2,9,5,4,1,3,HR-2) L L1 2 5.1 93.0 2/1 5.06 0.84 0 0 0-1 1-137-Maurer, rhp 5/28 vs. SD (5.2,9,6,5,1,2,HR-2) L L4 10 5.0 82.4 3/4 5.84 3.10 4 7 2-3 2-832-Bonderman, rhp 7/6 at CIN (5.0,7,6,6,5,4) L L2 7 5.5 89.0 0/2 3.76 3.99 3 3 2-2 3-4
Team No. Hernandez Iwakuma Saunders Harang Ramirez Noesi Beavan Mauer BondermanINNINGS (Team Rec.) (Starter’s Rec.)
0.0-4.2 18 (2-16) 0 (0-0) 1 (0-0) 5 (0-5) 5 (0-4) 1 (0-0) 1 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 3 (0-3) 2 (0-2)5.0-5.2 26 (5-21) 4 (0-3) 3 (0-2) 6 (1-4) 5 (0-4) 1 (1-0) 0 (0-0) 2 (0-1) 2 (0-2) 2 (0-1)6.0-6.2 31 (20-11) 5 (2-2) 7 (3-1) 6 (5-1) 5 (2-2) 2 (2-0) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 5 (2-2) 2 (1-0)7.0-7.2 22 (15-7) 8 (4-0) 9 (7-2) 5 (3-0) 1 (1-0) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0)8.0-9.0 17 (10-7) 7 (5-0) 4 (0-0) 2 (1-1) 3 (2-0) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 1 (0-0)Total Starts 115 (53-62) 24 (11-5) 24 (10-5) 24 (10-11) 19 (5-10) 4 (3-0) 1 (0-0) 2 (0-1) 10 (2-7) 7 (1-3)
Runs scored/start: 4.10 (471 R) 4.33 (104 R) 4.67 (112 R) 3.63 (87 R) 3.79 (72 R) 6.25 (25 R) 3.00 (3 R) 5.50 (11 R) 3.10 (31 R) 3.43 (24 R)
Team’s record when starting: 53-62 12-12 14-10 10-14 7-12 3-1 1-0 1-1 2-7 3-4

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