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07.20.14 Game Notes

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Sunday, July 20, 2014 Game #98 (52-45)  Angel Stadium
SEATTLE MARINERS (52-45) vs. LOS ANGELES ANGELS (58-38)
Road #48 (28-19)
TODAY’S TILT
…the Mariners conclude the opening series of the second half with the final game of a brief three-game series/road trip vs. the Los Angeles Angels (1-1)…return home following today’s game for a 7-game homestand starting Monday vs. the New York Mets (3 games) and Baltimore Orioles (4 games)…today’s game will be televised on
ROOT SPORTS
 in HD & broadcast live on 710 ESPN Seattle & Mariners Radio Network.
ODDS AND ENDS
…won in 12 inning last night...have won 9 of 16, 15 of 24 and 18 of last 29 games...are 3rd in the AL West, 8.0 games back of 1st-place OAK and 6.5 back of 2nd-place LAA…hold the second wild card spot 2.0 games up on Cleveland...the Mariners reached the All-Star break with a 51-44 (.537) record, the 5th-best winning percentage in the AL.
Dominating
 –
Felix Hernandez
leads the AL in ERA (2.02), ranks 2nd in strikeouts (163), T3rd in wins (11), 1st in quality starts (19), 2nd in innings pitched (151.1) and 1st in WHIP (0.90).
The Closer
Fernando Rodney 
 is 1st in the AL with 27 saves (27-for-29 in save opps).
Multi-Hit Special
 –
Robinson Cano
 is 2nd in the AL with 38 multi-hit games…
2nd with 122 hits
.
Maurer Power
 –
Brandon Maurer
 has not allowed a run in 8 games in relief (12.2 IP, 5 H, 16 K, 2 BB).
 AL West
 – Seattle is 27-22 against the American League West division, including winning 7 of last 9 G.
J.J.
James Jones
 has a current a 9-G hitting streak (.317/13x41)…batting .285 (73x256) overall.
The Mariners have the 2nd-best road winning percentage in the Majors with a 28-19 mark (.596), trailing only the Tigers (28-16/.636).
DAYLIGHT
…Seattle is 20-12 (.625) in day games, the 2nd-best winning percentage among American League teams, trailing only the Oakland Athletics (24-13/.649)…
won 13 of the last 16 day games
the Mariners pitching staff rank 2nd in the AL (3rd in Majors) in ERA during the day (2.79).
HE’S A MORNING PERSON
Robinson Cano
 has hit safely in 27 of 31 day games this season, batting .347 (42x121) with 22 runs scored, 7 doubles, 1 triple, 4 home runs and 22 RBI...his .347 batting average is 7th in the American League during day games.
RUBBER-GAME RECORDS
…the Mariners are 4-4 in rubber games this season (game to decide outcome of a 3-game series)…have won 4 of last 6 rubber games, with the last coming in a series win over the Cleveland Indians (June 27-29).
MR. CONSISTENT
Felix Hernandez
 has recorded
12
 consecutive starts where he has pitched at least 7.0 innings and allowed 2 or fewer runs (7-1, 1.48 ERA, 94 SO, 13 BB)…that is the longest streak in the Majors since Mike Scott put together 12 straight games of 7.0 IP, 2 or less runs for the Astros in 1986, and also matched the American Leauge record set by Hall of Famer Chief Bender, pitching for Connie Mack’s Philadelphia Athletics, held opponents to two-or-fewer runs while pitching at least 7.0 innings in 12 consecutive starts back in 1907...Felix is the fifth pitcher in the Major Leagues to record such a streak,  joining Tom Seaver (13 - July-Sept 1971), Dwight Gooden (12 - Sept 1985-May 1986), Chief Bender (12 - June-August 1907) and Mike Scott (12 - May-July 1986).
PLAYING THE TOUGH GUYS TOUGH
…Seattle is 26-15 (.634) against teams with a .500-or-better record (at the time they played) and 26-30 (.464) against teams that are below .500…Seattle is 16-11 (.593) against American League teams that are currently in playoff position: 7-6 vs. Oakland, 7-4 vs. Los Angeles & 2-1 vs. Detroit…have yet to play against Baltimore this season.
BEST IS YET TO COME
Robinson Cano
 is tied for the American League with a .335 (122x364) batting average…his .334 average pre-ASG was the 2nd-best average he has taken into the All-Star Break in his career…he hit .336 (115x342) in 2010 and .325 (88x271) in 2006…in his career before the break is hitting .302 (981x3243)…in the 2nd half is a career .322 (790x2457) hitter.
RODNEY APPROACHING 200 SAVES
Fernando Rodney 
 is 1 save away from 200 for his career after recording his 199th career save on July 11 vs. OAK, with his AL leading 27th save of the season…since the start of the 2012 season Rodney has recorded 112 saves, 2nd-most in the Majors (most in AL) behind Atlanta’s Craig Kimbrel (122)…Rodney’s 199 career saves are 6th-most among active pitchers: J. Nathan (360), F. Rodriguez (332), J. Papelbon (309), J. Valverde (288) & H. Street (258).
1-2-3 PUNCH
Felix Hernandez
 (1st, 2.02),
Hisashi Iwakuma
 (10th, 2.95) and
Chris Young
 (13th, 3.15) have helped lead the Mariners to a 3.47 starters ERA…rank 2nd in the AL (7th in MLB) and recorded the 2nd-lowest starters ERA in club history prior to the All-Star break (3.14 in 2011).
 ALL ABOUT THE PEN
…the Mariners hold the lowest bullpen ERA in the Majors at 2.34 (74 ER, 285.0 IP)…also have the lowest opponents batting average in the American League at .211 (216x1026) and the lowest opponent OPS (.594)…tossed a season-high 13.2 innings over the last two nights...the bullpen has tossed at least 5.0 innings in a game 15 times this season and in those games have a 1.67 ERA (16 ER, 86.0 IP) while limiting opponents to .203 batting average.
STREAKING STARTERS
...the Mariners starting pitching staff has recorded a quality start in each of the last 5 games, games 2-1 with a 2.21 ERA (9 ER, 36.2 IP)...since June 13, the starting staff is 13-9 with a 2.70 ERA (58 ER, 193.0 IP) in 31 games, including going 6-2 with a 1.99 ERA (17 ER, 77.0 IP) in 11 games vs. the AL West opponents during this stretch.
 AS YOU KNOW...
the Mariners played back-to-back extra-innings games for the 42nd time in club history on Friday and Saturday night...
BUT DID YOU KNOW
…it was the first time since July 19-20, 1995 at Milwaukee that the Mariners played back-to-back games of at least 12 innings?...the Mariners have played at least 3 consecutive extra inning games 5 times in franchise history, including a club record 4 straight from Sept. 16-19, 2002...also played 3 consecutive extra-inning games: Sept, 16-18/1991, Aug. 10-12, 1989, Sept. 10-12, 1986 and June 8-11, 1982.
TODAY’S GAME INFORMATION
Starting Pitchers: RHP Chris Young (8-6, 3.15) vs. LHP Tyler Skaggs (5-5, 4.50)
12:35 pm
 Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle / Mariners.com
 TV:
 ROOT SPORTS
Day Date Opp. Time Mariners Pitcher Opposing Pitcher TELEVISION
Monday July 21 NYM 7:10 pm LH
 Roenis Elias
(8-6, 3.15) vs. TBA
ROOT SPORTS
Tuesday July 22 NYM 7:10 pm TBA vs. RH Jacob deGrom (3-5, 3.18)
ROOT SPORTS
Wednesday July 23 NYM 12:40 pm RH
 Hisashi Iwakuma
(8-4, 2.95) vs. RH Bartolo Colon (8-8, 4.12)
ROOT SPORTS
 All games broadcast on 710 ESPN Seattle & Mariners Radio Network…home games feature SAP in Spanish on ROOT SPORTS & ESPN Deportes
PLAYING GOOD BALL
Since April 23, starting with
Kyle Seager’s
 walk-off 3-run home run vs. Houston to snap an 8-game losing streak, the Mariners are 45-32,the 3rd-best winning percentage in the Majors (and AL West) during this stretch:
Rk Team Record since 4/23
1. LA Angels ...........................48-28 (.632)2. Oakland ..............................47-30 (.610)
3. Seattle
 ................................
45-32 (.584)
4. Baltimore ............................43-33 (.571)5. Detroit .................................43-34 (.558)
INSIDE THE NUMBERS
.418
Robinson Cano
 is batting .418 (28x67) with 10 R, 5 2B, 3 HR, 14 RBI over his last 16 games (since 6/29).
2.13
Chris Young
 has a 2.13 ERA (9 ER, 38.0 IP) over his last 6 starts (since 6/16)...his 2.13 ERA during this stretch ranks 8th in the American League.
14.0
Felix Hernandez
has not allowed an earned run over his last 14.0 innings over his last 2 starts
16.1
 Yoervis Medina
 has not allowed a run in 16.1 innings, longest active scoreless inning streak in the Majors.
MLB RUN DIFFERENTIAL
Three of the top 4 run differentials in the Majors belong to AL West teams:
RK TEAM MLB RUN DIFFERENTIAL
1. Oakland ............................+142 (475-333)2. LA Angels ...........................+89 (483-394)3. Washingon ........................ +64 (397-333)
4. Seattle
 ..............................
+57 (383-326)
 AL ERA LEADERS
RK TEAM (overall) ERA 1. Seattle
 ............................................
3.10
2. Oakland ..........................................3.143. Kansas City ....................................3.74
RK TEAM (bullpen) ERA 1. Seattle
 ............................................
2.34
2. Oakland ..........................................2.993. Cleveland ........................................3.00
RK TEAM (starters) ERA 
1. Oakland ..........................................3.22
2. Seattle
 ............................................
3.47
3. LA Angels .......................................3.76
 VS. THE ANGELS
Today is the 12th of 19 games betweenthe Mariners and Angels this season...Seattle is 7-4 vs. the Angels this season, sweeping a season-opening 3-game series March 31-April 2 in Anaheim and going 3-3 over 2 series at Safeco (April 8-9 and May 26-29)…Mariners have won 5 of last 6 games at Angel Stadi-um…the Mariners have not won a sea-son series over the Angels since going 11-8 in 2003.
 Year Home Road Totals
2014 3-3 4-1 7-42013 6-4 2-7 8-112012 3-7 5-4 8-11
 All-Time 132-153 121-158 253-311
 
TODAY’S MARINERS STARTER RHP CHRIS YOUNG
2014 MLB Breakdown:
 W-L ERA G/GS IP H R ER BB SO HR
Overall 8-6 3.08 19/18 111.1 84 40 39 38 63 16Home 5-3 2.45 10/10 62.1 42 17 17 19 42 6Road 3-3 4.04 9/8 49.0 42 23 22 19 21 10Starter 8-6 3.21 18/18 109.1 84 40 39 38 61 16Reliever 0-0 0.00 1/0 2.0 0 0 0 0 2 0vs. LAA 1-0 1.42 1/1 6.1 2 1 1 3 5 1
Career MLB Breakdown:
 W-L ERA G IP H R ER BB SO HR
Overall 61-49 3.72 178 1002.0 829 441 414 380 818 125Home 30-25 3.33 84 492.1 390 197 182 165 426 57Road 31-24 4.10 94 509.2 439 244 232 215 392 68Safeco 8-3 2.93 14 86.0 64 28 28 27 61 11Starter 61-49 3.73 177 1000.0 829 441 414 380 816 125Reliever 0-0 0.00 1 2.0 0 0 0 0 2 0vs. LAA 4-3 5.65 9 43.0 47 30 27 19 33 7
 ABOUT YOUNG
35-year-old right-hander is making his 20th appear-ance, 19th start, of the season today vs. the Angels.
Prior to this season, last pitched in the Majors with the New York Mets in 2012 (20 starts).
Was an All-Star in 2007 with the San Diego Padres.
Has one career postseason start, picking up the win in G#3 of the 2006 NLDS for the Padres at St. Louis.
 At 6-foot-10 is tied for the tallest player in Mariners history with LHP Randy Johnson.
Originally selected by Pittsburg in the 3rd round of the 2000 June Draft out of Princeton University.
Played basketball and baseball at Princeton, and was All-Ivy in both.
Has played in the Pirates, Expos, Rangers, Padres, Mets, Nationals and now Mariners organizations.
#53 is the fourth jersey number he has worn in a MLB game…#49 with Texas, #32 with San Diego, #55 with New York Mets.
Signed with the Mariners as a free agent on March 27 after being re-leased by Washington…was a non-roster invitee in the Nationals.
LAST TIME OUT
…L#6 in Mariners 1-4 loss vs. the A’s on July 13...tossed 4.0 shutout inning before allowing a pair of 2-out runs in the 5th, and a solo HR in the 6th...passed the 1,000 innings mark as a MLB pitcher.
GETTING STRONGER
…over his last 6 starts is 3-2 with a 2.13 ERA (9 ER, 38.0 IP) and 28 strikeouts while limiting opponents to .180 batting average (5 of the 9 runs allowed have been home runs)…since May 26, is 5-4 with a 2.83 ERA (19 ER, 60.1 IP) in 10 starts.
LOOKING FOR SOME SUPPORT
…the Mariners have scored 24 runs in Young’s last 9 starts, and just 17 runs while he is in the game…enter’s today’s start with a 3.62 run support average (runs scored while he is in the game), 6th-lowest among AL starting pitchers.
NO HITS FOR YOU
…limited opponents to a .208 batting average (84x403) this season, which is the 4th-lowest opponents average among American League starting pitchers this season…Young has re-corded 6 starts this season allowing 3 hits of less, while tossing at least 6.0 innings, which is tied for 2nd-most in the Majors (J. Cueto, 7)…in his career he has 29 such starts, going 20-3 in those game.
EVEN STINGIER AT SAFECO
…holding opponents to a .188 batting av-erage (42x223) in 10 starts at Safeco Field…ranks 3rd in the AL (5th in MLB) in home opp avg among starters…lowest single-season oppo-nent batting average in home games is currently held by Randy Johnson (.176 in 1997) and the lowest Safeco Field mark was recorded by Michael Pineda in 2011 (.182/50x275, 12 GS).
STRONG OUT OF THE GATES
…has held opponents to a .178 batting average (26x146) the first time through the batting order and .221 (32x145) the second time through…during the third time through the order has been touched for a .252 avg (26x103) with 6 home runs.
BITTEN BY THE HOME RUN
…leads the team having allowed 16 home runs this season (T5th in the AL)…20 of 40 runs allowed this season have come via the home run (Solo HR: 13, 2-Run HR: 2, 3-Run HR: 1).
LOOKING FOR CLOUD NINE
…is looking for his 9th win of the season…would be the first time to win at least 9 games in a season since winning 9 games with San Diego in 2007…won 4 in 2009 (14 GS), 2 in 2010 (4 GS), 1 in 2011 (4 GS), 4 in 2012 (20 GS) & 0 in 2013.
HOME SWEET HOME
…ranks 7th in the American League with a 2.45 home ERA (Felix Herandez is 6th at 2.17)…is 5-3 with a 2.45 ERA (18 ER, 74.2 IP) with 42 strikeouts while limiting opponents to a .188 (42x223) opponents batting average in 10 starts at Safeco Field this season…
home opponent batting average is 4th-lowest among AL starters (Sale-CWS, .167; Kazmir-OAK, .183; McHugh,-HOU, .187)
…in his career, is 8-3 with a 2.93 ERA (28 ER, 86.0 IP) with 61 strikeouts in 14 career starts at Safeco Field…prior to his loss vs. the Yankees on June 11, Young was the only pitcher in the history of Safeco Field to make at least 7 starts without recording a loss.
FUN UNDER THE SUN
…is 18-9 with 2.91 ERA (99 ER, 305.2 IP) w/ 222 strikeouts in 53 games including 52 starts in day games during his career…is 2-2 with a 2.64 ERA (14 ER, 47.2 IP) in 8 games, 7 starts in day games this season.
 2014 MARINERS GAME NOTES • SUNDAY • JULY 20, 2014 • AT LOS ANGELES ANGELS • PAGE 2
 YOUNG’s 2014 GAME-BY-GAME
 
scr DT OPP SCR W-L IP H R ER BB SO HR left PC-K 
4/6 @OAK 3-6 ND 2.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 rel. 22-134/13 OAK 0-3 ND 6.0 4 0 0 3 2 0 0-0 97-60 4/18 @MIA 4-8 ND 3.0 7 4 4 3 0 1 2-4 73-384/23 HOU 5-3 ND 7.0 4 3 3 5 6 1 2-3 113-634/29 @NYY 6-3 W (1-0) 5.2 3 2 1 3 3 1 4-2 105-63
APRIL: 5 G/4 GS, 1-0, 3.04 23.2 18 9 8 14 13 3
5/5 @OAK 4-2 W (2-0) 6.0 3 2 2 2 2 1 4-2 82-575/10 KC 3-1 W (3-0) 8.0 3 1 1 0 3 0 3-1 93-605/16 @MIN 4-5 L (3-1) 7.0 10 5 5 1 0 2 4-5 101-675/21 @TEX 3-4 L (3-2) 6.1 7 4 4 3 1 2 3-4 99-585/26 LAA 5-1 W (4-2) 6.1 2 1 1 3 5 1 5-1 98-595/31 DET 3-2 W (5-2) 6.0+ 3 2 2 2 6 1 3-1 106-69
MAY: 6 GS, 4-2, 3.40 39.2 28 15 15 11 17 1
6/6 @TB 0-4 L (5-3) 5.0 7 3 3 5 3 0 0-3 102-616/11 NYY 2-4 L (5-4) 5.0 7 4 4 2 2 1 0-4 96-596/16 SD 5-1 W (6-4) 6.0 4 0 0 1 6 0 5-0 88-566/21 @KC 2-1 ND 7.0 3 1 1 1 2 1 1-1 99-726/27 CLE 3-2 W (7-4) 5.0 4 1 1 1 4 0 2-1 91-61
JUNE: 5 GS, 2-2, 2.89 28.0 25 9 9 10 17 2
7/2 @HOU 5-2 W (8-4) 7.0 2 2 2 1 8 2 5-2 99-707/8 MIN 0-2 L (8-5) 7.0 6 2 2 1 6 1 0-2 102-707/13 OAK 1-4 L (8-6) 6.0 5 3 3 1 2 1 1-3 90-56
JULY: 3 GS, 1-2, 3.15 20.0 13 7 7 3 16 4
LAST TIME (as starter)LAST START/LOSS:
 7/13, 1-4 vs. OAK (6.0,5,3,3,1,2,HR)
LAST WIN:
7/2, 5-2 at HOU (7.0,2,2,2,1,8,2 HR)
LAST ND:
 6/21, 2-1 at KC (7.0,3,1,1,1,2, HR)
LAST CG:
 9/7/08 at MIL (9.0,2,1,1,0,5,HR) - with SD
LAST ShO:
 None
CAREER HIGHS (as starter)INNINGS:
 9.0, 9/7/08 at MIL (with SD)
HITS:
 10, twice, last: 5/16/14 at MIN
RUNS:
 8, 4/27/09 at COL (with SD)
STRIKEOUTS:
12, 6/9/06 vs. FLA (with SD)
WALKS:
 6, 3x, last: 5/29/09 at COL (with SD)
HOME RUNS
: 4, 2x, last: 6/9/09 at LAD (with SD)
LOW-HIT GAME (CG):
 2, 9/7/08 at MIL (with SD)
LONGEST WIN STREAK:
 6, 8/7/05-4/17/06 (with TEX)
LONGEST LOSING STREAK:
 5, 8/9/07-9/24/07 (with SD)
 YOUNG vs. Angels
Young is making his 10th career start vs. the Angels, his 2nd this sea-son...is 4-3, 5.65 in 9 career starts vs. LAA...won 5-1 vs. LAA May 26 (6/1,2,1,1,3,5,HR)…is 1-2, 6.45 in 5 career starts in the Big A.
 AVG AB H HR RBI BB SO
E. Aybar .000 2 0 0 0 1 0
K. Calhoun 1.000 1 1 0 0 1 0
H. Conger .000 2 0 0 0 0 1
C.J. Cron .000 2 0 0 0 0 0
D. Freese .000 2 0 0 0 1 0
C. Iannetta .000 3 0 0 0 3 2
H. Kendrick .000 3 0 0 0 0 0
J. McDonald .500 2 1 0 0 0 0
 A. Pujols .214 14 3 1 2 1 3
I. Stewart .500 4 2 0 3 0 0
M. Trout .000 3 0 0 0 0 1
TOMORROW’S PROBABLE STARTER: LHP ROENIS ELIAS (7-8, 4.54)
25-year-old left-hander is scheduled to make his 20th start of the season (and career) tomorrow vs. the Mets…L #8 8-1 vs. MIN July 9 (3.1,7,7,6,3,3)…W#7 at KC 6/22 (6.2,5,1,1,2,5)…2nd on the team in starts (19, Felix has 20) and innings pitched (113.0, Felix has 144.1)…among MLB rookie starters ranks T1st in starts, 2nd in innings (Tanaka - 129.1 IP) and 3rd in strikeouts…
2014 Season:
is the third native Cuban to pitch in a Mariners uniform joining Diego Segui (40 G in 1977) and Tony Fossas (23 games in 1998)…ND in his MLB debut, 4/3 at OAK; tossed 4.2 IP of no-hit ball, and finished 5.0 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 3 BB, 3 K…tossed a 9.0-inning 3-hit shutout 6/1 vs. DET (9.0,3,0,0,1,8,HB); was the 14th complete game shutout by a Mariners rookie and the first since Freddy Garcia blanked Detroit on Aug. 24, 1999…W#2 5/1 at NYY (7.0,6,2,1,2,10,HR); became the 5th different Seattle rookie to record a 10K game over the past 4 seasons, joining Michael Pineda (2011), Erasmo Ramirez (2012), Hisashi Iwakuma (2012) and James Paxton (2013)…
MiLB Career:
 Combined to go 22-19 with a 3.61 ERA in 59 career minor league appearances (56 starts)…was an All-Star in 2012 (California League) and 2013 (Southern League)…signed by Seattle as a minor league free agent on May 3, 2011 while playing in Monterray, Mexico…
vs. NYM
: Making 1st career start vs. the Mets; is 1-1 in a pair of Interleague Starts this season, losing at Miami April 19 and winning vs. San Diego June 17.
THE AIR UP THERE
Young is one of 6 pitchers in MLB history listed at 6-foot-10 or taller, with RHP Jon Rauch listed at 6-foot-11…here is a listing of the tallest players in Mariners history according to the SABR and STATS Inc databases:
Rk Player Ht
1 Randy Johnson 6-10
 Chris Young 6-10
3 Kameron Loe 6-8 Doug Fister 6-8 Jeff Nelson 6-8 Lee Guetterman 6-8 Aaron Taylor 6-8 Richie Sexson 6-8
 
2014 MARINERS GAME NOTES SUNDAY JULY 20, 2014 AT LOS ANGELES ANGELS PAGE 3
TEAM PITCHING
 W-L ERA CG/SV IP H R ER BB-I SO HR
Season Totals 52-45 3.10 1/30 876.1 723 326 302 274-21 767 84Starters 39-31 3.47 1/0 591.1 507 245 228 170-8 488 67Relievers 13-14 2.34 0/30 285.0 216 81 74 104-13 279 17Safeco 24-26 3.16 1/13 450.0 367 169 158 136-5 388 40Road 28-19 3.04 0/17 426.1 356 157 144 138-16 379 42March/April 11-14 3.67 0/5 220.2 192 102 90 93-7 197 25May 16-14 3.56 0/10 268.0 246 113 106 76-3 211 29June 18-10 2.53 1/10 249.0 191 70 70 68-4 226 19July 7-7 2.34 0/5 1382.2 94 41 36 37-7 133 11
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
97-Beimel, lhp 7/19 at LAA 0.1,0,0,0,0,0 6/24 vs. BOS 6/11/09 vs. CIN w/WAS 4/17 at TEX 0/0 (---) 34/29 (.853) 19/15 (.789)40-Farquhar, rhp 7/18 at LAA 2.0,1,0,0,0,3 4/27 vs. TEX 5/4 at HOU 4/11 vs. KC 1/3 (.333) 39/29 (.744) 15/12 (.821)41-Furbush, lhp 7/19 at LAA 1.0,0,0,0,0,0 (SV) 6/20 at KC 7/19 at LAA 6/18 at SD 1/1 (1.000) 40/27 (.675) 28/23 (.815)52-Leone, rhp 7/19 at LAA 1.0,2,1,1,0,1,HR (W) 7/19 at LAA None 7/18 at LAA 0/2 (.000) 36/26 (.723) 18/8 (.444) 37-Maurer, rhp* 7/19 at LAA 1.0,1,0,0,0,2 8/20/13 at OAK None None 0/0 (---) 8/7 (.875) 1/1 (1.000) 31-Medina, rhp 7/19 at LAA 0.2,0,0,0,0,1 6/21 at KC 6/18/13 at LAA 4/18 at MIA 0/1 (.000) 39/30 (.769) 12/10 (.833)56-Rodney, rhp 7/19 at LAA 1.0,0,0,0,1,1 4/23 vs. HOU 7/11 vs. OAK 6/14 vs. TEX 27/29 (.931) 39/27 (.692) 7/6 (.857)54-Wilhelmsen, rhp* 7/18 at LAA 4.0,1,0,0,0,4 7/5 at CWS 6/30 at HOU 4/20 at MIA 1/3 (.333) 34/23 (.676) 12/8 (.667)53-Young, rhp* 4/6 at OAK 2.0,0,0,0,0,2 None None None 0/0 (---) 1/1 (1.000) 2/1 (.500)
*Relief appearances only 
 
Team Bullpen Totals 30/39 (.766) 277/198 (.715) 119/87 (.731)
#97 - JOE BEIMEL, LHP 2014:
34G, 2-1, 1.47 ERA, 0-0 SV, 6 HLD
 
Career-High IP:
4.0 (9/13/05 vs. NYY w/TB)
 
2014-High IP:
2.0-2x (4/18 at MIA)
Stranded 15 of 19 inherited runners…allowed runs in only 3 of 34 G.
Is T4th among AL relievers in ERA at 1.47.
Did not allow a run in 19.0 consecutive IP May 2 - July 10; streak was snapped by Punto solo HR July 13.
W#2 with 1.1 IP (0 R) 6/24 vs. BOS.
Did not allow an inherited runner to score until June 19 @SD.
W#1 on 6/9 at TB, retiring both BF; first win since 7/24/11 vs. STL w/PIT.
 Appearance on 4/1 was first appearances in 951 days (last: 8/22/11).
Signed by Seattle as a MiL free agent on Jan. 24, 2014.
#40 - DANNY FARQUHAR, RHP 2014:
39 G, 1-1, 2.74 ERA, 1-3 SV, 9 HLD
 
Career-High IP:
3.0 (7/31/13 at BOS)
 
2014-High IP:
2.0, 4x (last: 6/9 at TB)
T2nd on team lead with 39 appearances.
Has not allowed a run in 32 of 39 appearances...1 or less in 36 of 39 games.
 Allowed just 2R in last 11 games (6/17-current) in 11.2 IP (1.54 ERA).
HR allowed 6/14 vs. TEX (Chirinos) was just 4th in his career (87 G).
 Allowed only 1 R in 10.1 innings (11 G) May 13-June 13.
Tossed 2.0 ShO IP 6/9 at TB, tying his season-high in innings pitched.
Tossed 1.0 ShO IP (1 H) 6/3 at Atlanta to hold a 7-5 lead in the 8th.
Did not allow a run (1 H) in 6 G 5/13-26…1.0 ShO IP 5/26 vs. LAA.
1st MLB win
 4/27 vs. TEX (1.0 IP, 1 H, 1 K)...was career game #60.
#41 - CHARLIE FURBUSH, LHP 2014:
40 G, 1-4, 3.81 ERA, 1-1 SV, 11 HLD
 
Career-High IP:
5.0 IP (5/27/11 vs. BOS)
2014-High IP:
1.2 (6/10 vs. NYY)
Leads with 40 appearances.
First career SV on 7/19 at LAA...entered the game after a HR to lead off the inning; recorded the final 3 outs in order to record the save.
Stranded 23 of 28 inherited runners (81.5%).
Boasts a 2.20 ERA (4 ER, 16.1 IP) in 20 games in Safeco Field.
Since May 5 is 1-1-1, 1.89 (4 ER, 19.0 IP) in 26 G w/19 SO (2 BB).
 Allowed 2-run HR to Konerko 7/4 at CWS…had given up 2 R in previous 20 G (May 5-June 27).
W #1
 6/20 at KC; retired both BF, stranding 3 inherited runners in tie game in 8th.
L #4 6/18 at SD, allowed infield hit and bloop RBI single in 8th inning.
#52 - DOMINIC LEONE, RHP 2014:
36 G, 3-2, 2.20 ERA, 0-2 SV, 5 HLD
 
2014/Career-High IP:
2.1 (5/14 vs. TB)
 Averaging 10.10 K/9.0 IP (46 SO, 41.0 IP).
 Allowed runs in just 8 of 36 appearances this season (10 ER total).
W#3 7/19 at LAA, tossed scoreless 8th inning before being removed at allowing a leadoff HR in the bottom of the 10th inning.
L#2 7/18 at LAA, allowing WO PH 1B in bottom of 16th innings with 2 outs.
Struck out 3 in 1.1 ShO IP July 9 vs. Minnesota.
BS #2 6/20 at KC; allowed 2 inherited runners to score in 6th to tie game at 5.
BS #1/ 
L#1
 on 6/19 at SD, charged with season-high 4 ER on 3 H in 0.1 IP.
W#2
 tossing 2.0 ShO innings while striking out 4 on June 3 at Atlanta.
MLB W #1
 5/22 vs. HOU w/1.2 ShO IP (1 H, 2 K), stranded 1 inherited runner.
Tossed season-high 2.1 ShO IP, striking out 5 and 5/14 vs. TB.
Made
ML debut
on 4/6 at OAK, allowing 1 H, 1 BB, 1 K in scoreless 7th.
Selected from AAA Tacoma 4/4; had reported to AAA, but did not pitch.
#37 - BRANDON MAURER, RHP 2014:
15 G, 7 GS, 1-4, 5.40 ERA, 0-0 SV, 0 HLD
Career-High IP:
4.0 (8/28/13 vs. TEX)
 
2014-High IP:
2.2 (7/9 vs. MIN)
Is 0-0, 0.00 (0 ER, 12.2 IP) in 8 G in relief this season; 1-4, 7.52 in 7 GS.
4 of his 8 relief appearances this season have been 2.0 IP or longer.
Opponents are 5-for-43 (.116) w/16 strikeouts in his 8 relief appearances.
Tossed career-high 2.2 innings as reliever on July 9 vs. MIN (2 K).
Worked 2.0 IP 7/6 at CWS (0 H, 1 BB, 2 K) & 7/1 at HOU (2 H, 1 BB, 1 K).
Struck out 4 Red Sox in 2.0 ShO innings on June 25 vs. BOS in 1st relief app.
Recalled from AAA Tacoma on June 25 (E. Ramirez optioned).
 AAA Tacoma: 1-0 with 2.79 ERA (6 ER, 19.1 IP) with 24 K in 12 G (1 start).
Made 7 starts with Seattle (April 20-May 29), going 1-4 with a 7.52 ERA (27 ER, 32.1 IP) with 17 strikeouts (failed to go 5.0 IP in 5 of 7 starts).
#31 - YOERVIS MEDINA, RHP 2014:
39 G, 4-1, 2.16 ERA, 0-1 SV, 13 HLD
 
Career-High IP:
2.1-3x (last: 7/23/13 vs. CLE)
 
2014-High IP:
1.1-2x (4/14 at TEX)
Leads team 13 holds…T2nd on team w/38 G...T5th in AL w/4 relief W.
 
Is 3-0, 0.46 (1 ER / 19.2 IP) in last 24 games (May 5-current) w/19 strikeouts.
0 R, 5 H in last 16.1 IP, May 17-current (20 G) with 15 strikeouts.
W #4 6/21 at KC; tossed 1-2-3 8th in 1-1 tie; Mariners scored 1 in 9th for win.
W #3 6/8 at TB; tossed scoreless 8th, keeping game tied 0-0.
Earned W#2 in G#1 of DH 5/7 at OAK (1.0,0,0,0,1,1,HBP).
#56 - FERNANDO RODNEY, RHP 2014:
39 G, 1-3, 1.93 ERA, 27-29 SV, 0 HLD
 
Career-High IP:
3.0 (9/18/12 vs. BAL)
 
2014-High IP:
1.1 (5/3 at HOU)
1st in the AL w/27 saves…allowed at least 1 base runner in 16 of 29 SV ops.
Perfect in last 16 save opportunities since 5/22 (6 H, 1 ER, 3 BB, 17 K).
2 R in last 21.0 IP (0.86 ERA) with 16 SV in 22 G since 5/18.
SV #27 7/11 vs. OAK, walking 1 and striking out 1 in 9th inning.
SV #26 7/7 vs. MIN, 2 K in 1-2-3 9th inning.
Has 4 career 25-save seasons, (37 in 2009 w/DET, 48 in 2012 and 37 in 2013 w/TB and 27 {and counting} w/SEA in 2014)...has 112 saves since the start of the 2012 season; only Atlanta’s Craig Kimbrel has more (122).
#54 - TOM WILHELMSEN, RHP 2014:
35 G, 1-2, 2.35 ERA, 1-3 SV, 4 HLD
 Career-High IP:
4.0 (7/18/14 at LAA)
2014-High IP:
4.0 (7/18/14 at LAA)
Leads Mariners relievers with 53.2 innings pitched.
Worked more than 1.0 IP in 17 of 35 games; 2.0+ IP in 13 of 35 games.
Worked 2.0+ innings in 10 of last 14 G…1.80 ERA (6 ER, 30.0 IP) since 5/27.
Tossed a career-high 4.0 innings in relief on July 18 at LAA, allowing only 1 hit and striking out 4.
L #2 as spot starter (1st MLB GS) 7/10 vs. MIN (2.2,1,2,1,3,3).
W #1
 7/5 at CWS working 2.0 perfect innings in 12th & 13th frames.
SV #1
 6/30 at HOU, allowing 1 R over 3.0 IP; 1st SV since 7/28/13 vs. MIN.
Career-high 3.0 ShO IP on 6/11 vs. NYY, 6/25 vs. BOS & 6/30 at HOU.
Streak of 13.2 consecutive scoreless innings 4/21-5/21.
 Allowed 7 H and 0 R over 11 appearances (12.2 IP) 4/26-5/21.
Ranks 8th in Mariners history with 54 career saves.
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
49-Beavan, rhp 4/15 at TEX (4.0,6,2,2,0,1,2HR) L L2 1 4.0 63.0 0/1 2.25 0.00 0 1 0-0 0-129-Elias, lhp 7/9 vs. MIN (3.1,7,7,6,3,3) L L3 19 6.0 94.7 3/0 7.65 3.19 6 15 2-3 9-1034-Hernandez, rhp 7/19 at LAA (7.0,2,1,0,4,9) ND W3 21 7.2 103.1 14/2 9.69 1.72 19 7 7-2 15-618-Iwakuma, rhp 7/18 at LAA (7.0,6,2,2,0,3) ND W3 15 7.0 93.1 0/6 7.21 0.69 10 10 4-2 9-637-Maurer, rhp 5/29 vs. LAA (4.0,6,5,5,4,2,HR) L L4 7 4.7 85.4 3/0 4.73 3.90 0 5 0-2 2-565-Paxton, lhp 4/8 vs. LAA (5.+,4,3,3,0,4) W W5 2 6.0 79.5 0/0 9.75 1.50 1 1 1-0 2-050-Ramirez, rhp 6/24 vs. BOS (4.1,5,2,2,5,2,HR) ND L4 11 4.8 85.0 5/2 7.13 4.92 4 2 0-1 4-732-Walker, rhp 7/6 at CWS (4.0,2,1,1,5,3,WP) L L1 2 5.0 88.5 1/0 8.10 6.30 1 2 0-0 1-154-Wilhelmsen, rhp 7/10 vs. MIN (2.2,1,2,1,3,3) L L1 1 2.2 54.0 2/0 10.13 10.13 0 0 0-1 0-153-Young, rhp 7/8 vs. MIN (7+,6,2,2,1,6,HR) L L2 18 6.1 96.3 5/3 5.02 3.13 11 4 4-2 10-8
 Team No. Hernandez Iwakuma Ramirez Paxton Elias Young Walker Beavan Maurer WilhelmsenINNINGS (Team Rec.) (Starter’s Rec.)
0.0-4.2 17 (4-13) 0 (0-0) 1 (0-1) 5 (0-1) 0 (0-0) 2 (0-2) 1 (0-0) 1 (0-1) 1 (0-1) 5 (0-3) 1 (0-1)5.0-5.2 17 (7-10) 1 (0-0) 1 (0-0) 2 (0-1) 1 (1-0) 7 (0-3) 4 (2-2) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 1 (1-0) 0 (0-0)6.0-6.2 23 (13-10) 4 (2-0) 3 (2-1) 3 (0-2) 0 (0-0) 5 (3-2) 7 (4-2) 1 (1-0) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0)7.0-7.2 25 (15-10) 8 (3-1) 5 (2-2) 1 (1-0) 1 (1-0) 4 (3-1) 5 (1-2) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 1 (0-1) 0 (0-0)8.0-9.0 15 (13-2) 8 (6-1) 5 (5-0) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 1 (1-0) 1 (1-0) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0)Total Starts 97 (52-45) 21 (11-2) 15 (8-4) 11 (1-4) 2 (2-0) 19 (7-8) 18 (8-6) 1 (1-0) 1 (0-1) 7 (1-4) 1 (0-1)
Runs scored/start: 3.95 (383 R) 5.00 (105 R) 4.27 (64 R) 3.82 (42 R) 6.50 (13 R) 3.58 (68 R) 3.06 (55 R) 5.00 (10 R) 0.00 (0 R) 3.71 (26 R) 2.00 (2 R)
Team Record: 51-45 15-6 9-6 4-7 2-0 9-10 10-8 1-1 0-1 2-5 0-1

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