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08.07.14 Game Notes

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Thursday, August 7, 2014 Game #114 (59-54) Safeco Field
CHICAGO WHITE SOX (55-60) vs. SEATTLE MARINERS (59-54)
 
Home #60 (28-31)
TONIGHT’S TILT
…the Mariners continue a 3-team, 9-game homestand tonight with the first of four games vs. the Chicago White Sox…also host the Toronto Blue Jays (3 games) this homestand…Seattle is 2-0 on this homestand after sweeping Atlanta to begin the ‘stand…went 3-3 on just-completed road trip to Cleveland (2-1) and Baltimore (1-2)…tonight’s game will be televised on
ROOT SPORTS
 in HD & broadcast live on
KTTH 770 AM
,
KVI 570 AM
 & Mariners Radio Network.
ODDS AND ENDS
…have won 2 straight and 5 of the last 8 games…6-8 over last 14 games and 8-10 since the All-Star break…are 10-14 over the last 24 games after going 15-6 from June 15-July 7…14-21 in one-run games and 3-5 in extra innings.
• Dominating
 –
Felix Hernandez
is 1st in the AL in ERA (1.97), 2nd in strikeouts (186), T3rd in wins (12), 1st in quality starts (22), 2nd in innings pitched (173.1) and 1st in WHIP (0.88).
The Big 3
 – The Mariners top 3 starters (Felix, Iwakuma, Young) have combined to go 31-15 with a 2.66 ERA (128 ER, 433.1 IP) in 65 G/64 GS…
lowest ERA by a starting trio in the American League
.
30 Saves
Fernando Rodney
is 2nd in the AL with 31 saves (31-for-34 in save opps).
Run Differential
– Mariners have the 3rd-best run differential (+60, 432-372) in the American League.
Hits Leader
 –
Robinson Cano
 is 2nd in the AL in batting average (.332) and 3rd in hits (139).
Maurer Power
 –
Brandon Maurer
 has allowed 1 run in 13 games in relief (0.50 ERA, 18.0 IP, 22 K).
Mix and Match
 – Mariners have used 103 different starting lineups (batting) this season.
Looking for the Slam
 – Mariners and the Dodgers are the only teams without a grand slam.
The Zunino Ratio
 –
Mike Zunino
 has more extra-base hits (34, HR-17, 2B-16, 3B-1) than singles (32).
LoMo Streaking
 –
Logan Morrison
 has hit safely in 7 straight games, batting .304 (7x23).
DOUBLE THE FUN
Robinson Cano
 collected a pair of doubles yesterday vs. the Braves; it was his first multi extra-base hit game since May 21 at TEX (when he had a double and home run)…that snapped a string of 62 straight games without multiple extra-base hits, which, according to the
Elias Sports Bureau
, was his longest stretch of that kind since he failed to record more than one double, triple or homer in 84 consecutive games spanning the 2005 and 2006 seasons.
7? HEAVEN!
…Seattle won 7-3 yesterday…scored 7 (or more) runs for the first time since July 1 (13 runs @HOU)…have scored 7 or more runs 18 times this season…Seattle is 6-4 in its last 10 games: have averaged 5.33 runs per game in the 6 wins (32 total runs), but just 0.75 runs per game in the 4 losses (3 total runs).
PITCHERS BEST FRIEND
Roenis Elias
 has induced 18 grounded into double plays this season, 3rd most in the AL (1. D. Keuchel, HOU, 25; 2. R. Porcello, DET, 22).
STARTING OFF RIGHT
…the Mariners starters have a 2.35 ERA (18 ER, 69.0 IP) with 69 strikeouts over the last 11 games (since July 25) and have allowed two earned run or less in 9 of those 11 games…over the last 12
 home
 games, starters have a 2.51 ERA (22 ER, 79.0 IP) and have allowed two earned runs or less in 9 of those 12 games…over the last 21 games (2.58 ERA/39 ER, 136.0 IP), the starters have lowered their season ERA from 3.55 to 3.36, which ranks 2nd in the American League (Oakland, 3.35).
TAYLOR MADE
…shortstop
Chris Taylor
 has hit safely in each of his 8 starts this season, batting .393 (11x28) with 3 runs, 4 doubles and 3 RBI with three multi-hit games (he’s 0-for-2 as a pinch-hitter).
HOMER FOR THE WIN
…when the Mariners hit at least one home run the club is 38-16, compared to a 21-38 when not clearing the outfield fences…when recording a multi-homer game the Mariners are 23-5.
RECORD HOLDER
Felix Hernandez
 extended his Major League record with a current streak of 15 consecutive starts where he has pitched at least 7.0 innings and allowed 2 or fewer
runs
…broke the record of 13 straight by Tom Seaver from July 17-Sept. 16, 1971…Felix also tied MLB record of a 15-start streak of 7.0 or more IP and 2 or fewer
earned runs
 set by Gaylord Perry with Cleveland in 1974:
Streaks of consecutive starts with 7+ IP, 2 or fewer runs allowed, since 1900:
Felix Hernandez
 
May-July 2014
 
15
Tom Seaver July-Sept 1971 13Dwight Gooden Sept 1985-May 1986 12Chief Bender June-August 1907 12Mike Scott May-July 1986 12Ferdie Schupp Sept 1916-May 1917 12
HISTORIC PITCHING
…the Mariners pitching staff leads the Majors with a 3.04 ERA (344 ER, 1019.0 IP)…current mark is on pace to shatter the current club record of 3.54 set in 2001…the last American League team to finish a season with a sub 3.10 ERA was the 1989 World Series Champion Oakland A’s.
 ACK ATTACK 
Dustin Ackley 
 is batting .360 (27x75) with 12 runs scored, 8 doubles, 3 home runs and 9 RBI in 18 games since the All-Star break…
among American League leaders since the break ranks 11th in batting average and tied for T2nd in doubles
…overall is tied for the team lead with eight 3-hit games (with Cano), with 6 of those coming since July 1 (.346/37x107, 10 2B, 3 HR since 7/1).
SINCE JULY 1
…the Mariners have three players in the top 15 in the AL since the start of July:
Robinson Cano
 (1st, .363/41x113),
Dustin Ackley 
 (5th, .346/37x107) and
 Austin Jackson
 (11th, .326/42x129)…Jose Abreu (.361) and Adam Eaton (.358) of the White Sox rank 2nd and 3rd.
3 (OR 4) IS THE MAGIC NUMBER
…when scoring 3 or more runs, the Mariners are 54-17 (.761)…when scoring 4 or more runs, the Mariners are 43-10 (.811)…on the flip side, the Mariners are 14th in the American League averaging 3.82 runs per game…scored 2 or fewer runs in 42 of 113 games (5-37).
BUT DID YOU KNOW
…that
Robinson Cano
 has hit in 23 of his last 26 games vs. the White Sox?…since Aug. 28, 2010, Robinson is hitting .340 (35x103) vs. the ChiSox, and has reached base safely in 24 of 26 games, 23 times via a base hit…he has a current 10-game home hitting streak vs. the Sox (4/26/2011-current: 15x41/.366 w/2 2B, 5 HR and 12 RBI).
TONIGHT’S GAME INFORMATION
Starting Pitchers: RHP Scott Carroll (4-6, 4.36) vs. LHP Roenis Elias (8-9, 4.19)
7:10 pm
 Radio: 770 KTTH & KVI 570 / Mariners.com
 TV:
 ROOT SPORTS
Day Date Opp. Time Mariners Pitcher Opposing Pitcher RADIO
Friday Aug. 8 CWS 7:10 pm RH
Hisashi Iwakuma
 (9-6, 2.94) vs. LH Jose Quintana (6-7, 3.04) 710 ESPNSaturday Aug. 9 CWS 6:10 pm LH
James Paxton
 (2-0, 2.76) vs. RH Hector Noesi (6-8, 4.97) 710 ESPNSunday Aug. 10 CWS 1:10 pm TBA vs. LH John Danks (9-7, 4.93) 710 ESPN
 All games televised on ROOT SPORTS with home games on Spanish Audio (TV SAP and ESPN Deportes radio)
 AL WILD CARD RACE
The Mariners enter play today 1.0 game back of the second AL Wild card spot:
TEAM W-L Pct. GB
 Angels 67-46 .593 +7.0Blue Jays 61-54 .530 --Royals 59-53 .527 -0.5
Mariners 59-54 .522 -1.0
Yankees 59-54 .522 -1.0Indians 57-57 .500 -3.5
BACKSTOP HOMERS
Mike Zunino
 leads the team with 17 home runs, most among American League catchers (T2nd in MLB)…the club record for HR by a catcher is 19 by Miguel Olivo in 2011:
MLB Catcher Team HR
1. D. Mesoraco CIN 18
2. M. Zunino SEA 17
 E. Gattis ATL 174. Y. Gomes CLE 15
INSIDE THE NUMBERS
.500
Completed two-game sweep of Atlanta yesterday, and returned to .500 in Interleague Games this season (7-7).
8
Robinson Cano
 has an active 8-game hitting streak, batting .379 (11x29) with 4 runs, 3 doubles, 1 home run and 4 RBI.
8
Roenis Elias
 is tied for 2nd among AL Rookie starters with 8 wins.
10
Robinson Cano
 leads the team with 10 GWRBI, tied for 7th-most in the AL.
22
Felix Hernandez
 has recorded an MLB-high 22 quality starts this season.
 AL ERA LEADERS
RK TEAM (overall) ERA 1. Seattle
 ............................................
3.04
2. Oakland ..........................................3.163. Kansas City ....................................3.64
RK TEAM (bullpen) ERA 1. Seattle
 ............................................
2.36
2. Oakland ..........................................2.773. Cleveland ........................................2.91
RK TEAM (starters) ERA 
1. Oakland ..........................................3.35
2. Seattle
 ............................................
3.36
3. Tampa Bay ......................................3.68
 VS. THE WHITE SOX 
The Mariners and White Sox play the 4th of 7 games this season…Seattle lost 2 of 3 in Chicago July 4-6 (are 5-23 in Chicago since the start of the 2008 sea-son)…won 2 of 3 in Seattle last season to snap an 8-game home losing streak to the Sox…are still 35-27 all-time vs. ChiSox in Safeco Field.
 Year Home Road Totals
2014 0-0 1-2 1-22013 2-1 1-2 3-32012 0-3 1-5 1-8
 All-Time 106-96 82-129 188-225
 
 2014 MARINERS GAME NOTES • THURSDAY • AUGUST 7, 2014 • VS. CHICAGO WHITE SOX • PAGE 2
TONIGHT’S MARINERS STARTER LHP ROENIS ELIAS
2014/Career MLB Breakdown:
 W-L ERA G/GS IP H R ER BB SO HR
Overall 8-9 4.19 22/22 129.0 119 66 60 46 117 14Home 3-5 4.61 12/12 66.1 63 37 34 24 61 6Road 5-4 3.73 10/10 62.2 56 29 26 22 56 8vs. CWS 0-1 9.00 1/1 5.0 7 5 5 1 6 2
2013 AA Breakdown (Jackson Generals):
 W-L ERA G/GS IP H R ER BB SO HR
Overall 6-11 3.18 22/22 130.0 112 57 46 50 121 9Home 1-7 3.60 11/11 65.0 63 37 26 25 59 3Road 5-4 2.77 11/11 65.0 49 20 20 25 62 6
Career MiLB Breakdown:
 W-L ERA G/GS IP H R ER BB SO HR
Overall 22-19 3.61 59/56 326.2 301 165 131 112 290 35Home 8-11 3.92 28/26 154.0 155 93 67 57 136 16Road 14-8 3.34 31/30 172.2 146 72 64 55 154 19Start 15-19 3.69 56/56 319.2 293 162 130 111 286 35Relief 0-0 1.29 3/0 7.0 8 3 1 1 4 0
 ABOUT ELIAS
Pronounced: Roenis (roh-EN-ees) Elias (ehl-LEE-us)
25-year-old left-hander is making his 22nd career start to-day and his 2nd vs. the Orioles.
Has spent entire career in the Mariners organization af-ter signing as a minor league free agent on May 3, 2011.Defected from Cuba to Mexico in late 2010 after playing with Guantanamo in Serie Nacional.Owns a career MiL record of 22-19, 3.61 ERA (131 ER, 326.2 IP) in 59 games/56 starts over 3 seasons. • Made his US professional debut in 2011 with the AZL Mariners…also appeared in games with Pulaski and Clinton during his rookie campaign.
LAST TIME OUT
…L#9 on Aug. 1 at Baltimore…faced the minimum over the first two innings…run in 3rd inning scored after leadoff double and back-to-back singles to score Delmon Young…allowed unearned run with two outs in the 6th inning (E6)…was the third straight start to allow  just one earned run…struck out 7 which is the 4th-highest total of the season.
BACK ON TRACK 
…is 1-1 with a 1.69 ERA (3 ER, 16.0 IP) over his last three starts…over his previous 7 starts (June 7-July 9) was 3-4 with a 6.46 ERA (28 ER, 39.0 IP)…began the season with a 3.53 ERA (29 ER, 74.0 IP) over his first 12 starts.
LIMITING DAMAGE
…has recorded 8 starts where he has allowed just one run or less (last: 7/27 vs. BAL)…has won 5 of those 8 starts and the Mar-iners have won 6 of those 8 games…ranks 2nd on the team behind Felix Hernandez (11) in starts allowing one run or less.
RACKING UP FRAMES
…Elias has 129.0 innings pitched this season and amongst Major League rookies, only New York’s Masahiro Tanaka (129.1) has more…his 129.0 innings ranks 12th-most all time in club history
Randy Johnson
, 131.0 in 1989 &
Rick Honeycutt
, 134.1 in 1978 are next on the list).
FIRST HALF IN REVIEW
…Elias made 19 starts in the first half of the sea-son, the most in club history by a rookie pitcher prior to the All-Star break…in Pre-ASG club ranking Elias is 2nd in strikeouts (next: 1. Pi-neda: 113 in 2011), T4th in wins (next: 3. Pineda: 8 in 2011) and T3rd in innings pitched (next: 3. Pineda: 113.0 in 2011; 2. Young: 116.1 in 1983; 1. Fleming: 118.0 in 1992).
ROOKIE SHUTOUT
…Elias tossed the first complete game and shutout of his career on June 1 against the Tigers…allowed just three hits, all singles…after V. Martinez reached second base in the 2nd inning, no Tigers player got past first base…he is the first Mariners rookie to record a shutout since
Freddy Garcia
 on Aug. 24, 1999 vs. Detroit…it is the only complete game by a Mariners pitcher this season.
ROOKIE RANKINGS
…among Major League rookie pitchers, ranks 4th in wins (8), 3rd in strikeouts (117), 2nd innings pitched (129.0), T1st with 22 starts and T1st in shutouts (1).
DOUBLE TROUBLE
…has induced 16 double plays this season…his 18 opponent GDIP currently rank 3rd in the AL…is 1 of 3 Mariners pitchers to record at least 18 double plays during rookie campaign…currently 3rd behind John Halama (25 in 1999) & Hisashi Iwakuma (19 in 2012).
ROOKIE STRIKEOUTS
…with his 10 strikeout performance vs. the Yankees, Elias became the 12th Mariners rookie pitcher (21st time) to record-ed a double-digit strikeout game (last: James Paxton, 9/24/13 vs. KC)…he is the fifth different Mariners rookie to strike out 10 or more batters in one game over the last four seasons (Pineda - 2011, Ramirez - 2012, Iwakuma - 2012, Paxton - 2013).
MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT
…recorded no decision in Major League debut April 3 at OAK, despite leaving game with 2-1 lead…allowed 1 run on 2 hits, while walking 3 & striking out 3 in 5.0 innings…is 1 of only 5 Mariners starting pitchers to toss at least 5.0 innings, allowing 1 run or less in ML debut, joining Taijuan Walker (8/30/13 at HOU), Blake Beavan (7/31/11 vs. SD), Pat Rice (5/18/91 at NYY) & Rich DeLucia (9/8/90 at BOS).
WHAT A JUMP
Elias
 is the Mariners fourth starting pitcher since 1993 to jump from Double-A to a starting spot in the Major League rotation,  joining
Brandon Maurer
 in 2013, Mike Hampton and John Cummings, who both did it out of Class A back in 1993…Mark Langston also made the jump from Double-A in 1984 after previously pitching in AA Chattanooga.
MINOR LEAGUE CAREER
…went 22-19 with a 3.61 ERA (131 ER, 326.2 IP) in 59 games/56 career starts over 3 seasons in the minor leagues…went 11-6 with a 3.76 ERA (62 ER, 148.1 IP) in 26 starts with High Desert in 2012…Elias was only the 4th pitcher in franchise history to start at least 25 games and have an ERA under 4.00 in a single season…joined John Patterson (2.83) and Brad Penny (2.96) in 1998 and Luis Galindez (3.87) in 1992…recorded his first career double digit strikeout game with a career-high 11 K’s in 7.2 innings on July 21 at Stockton…made pro-fessional debut w/ AZL Mariners on July 17, 2011 (1.0,1,0,0,0,0)…recorded first career win on July 24 at Danville w/Pulaski (4.0,3,0,0,0,1,HB).
ELIAS’ 2014 MLB STARTS
 
scr DT OPP SCR W-L IP H R ER BB SO HR left PC-K 
4/3 @OAK 2-3 ND 5.0 2 1 1 3 3 0 2-1 80-464/9 LAA 0-2 L (0-1) 5.0 4 2 2 1 2 1 0-2 91-544/14 @TEX 7-1 W (1-1) 6.2 5 1 1 2 5 0 7-1 104-704/19 @MIA 0-7 L (1-2) 5.2 8 6 4 5 5 1 0-6 111-644/25 TEX 6-5 ND 5.2 5 3 3 3 6 0 2-2 96-62
APRIL: 5 GS, 1-2, 3.54 28.0 24 13 11 14 21 2
5/1 @NYY 4-2 W (2-2) 7.0 6 2 2 2 10 1 4-2 110-735/6 @OAK 8-3 W (3-2) 6.1 5 3 3 3 6 1 4-3 107-645/11 KC 7-9 ND 5.0 9 5 3 1 5 1 7-4 87-615/17 @MIN 3-4 L (3-3) 7.0 6 4 4 1 4 1 2-4 92-625/22 HOU 3-1 ND 5.1 3 1 1 4 6 1 1-1 100-535/27 LAA 4-6 L (3-4) 6.1 8 5 5 1 5 0 4-3 92-60
MAY: 6 GS, 2-2, 4.38 37.0 37 20 18 12 36 5
6/1 DET 4-0 W (4-4) 9.0 3 0 0 1 8 0 4-0 111-726/7 @TB 7-4 W (5-4) 7.2 5 4 4 2 5 2 7-4 99-606/12 NYY 3-6 L (5-5) 3.1 6 6 6 3 4 1 1-4 70-396/17 SD 6-1 W (6-5) 7.0 3 1 1 0 6 1 6-1 87-606/22 @KC 2-1 W (7-5) 6.2 5 1 1 2 5 0 2-1 92-596/28 CLE 0-5 L (7-6) 6.0 6 5 5 2 2 1 0-5 100-58
JUNE: 6 GS, 4-2, 3.86 39.2 28 17 17 10 30 5
7/4 @CWS 1-7 L (7-7) 5.0 7 5 5 1 6 2 0-5 87-557/9 MIN 1-8 L (7-8) 3.1 7 7 6 3 3 0 0-6 83-517/21 NYM 5-2 W (8-8) 5.1 5 1 1 2 8 0 4-1 90-577/27 BAL 2-3 ND 5.0 4 1 1 3 6 0 1-1 85-52
JULY: 4 GS, 1-2, 6.27 18.2 23 14 13 9 23 2
8/1 @BAL 1-2 L (8-9) 5.2 7 2 1 1 7 0 1-2 87-58
AUG.: 1 GS, 0-1, 1.59 5.2 7 2 1 1 7 0
LAST TIMELAST START/LOSS:
8/1 at BAL (5.2,7,2,1,1,7)
LAST WIN:
7/21 vs. NYM (5.1,5,1,1,2,8)
LAST ND:
7/27 vs. BAL (5.0,4,1,1,3,6)
LAST CG:
 6/1 vs. DET (9.0,3,0,0,1,8)
LAST ShO:
 6/1 vs. DET (9.0,3,0,0,1,8)
CAREER HIGHS (as starter)INNINGS:
 9.0: 6/1/14 vs. DET
HITS:
 9, 5/11/14 vs. KC
RUNS:
 6, 4/19/14 at MIA 
STRIKEOUTS:
10, 5/1/14 at NYY
WALKS:
 5, 4/19/14 at MIA 
HOME RUNS
: 2, 2x, last: 7/4/14 at CWS
LOW-HIT GAME (CG):
 3, 6/1/14 vs. DET
LONGEST WIN STREAK:
 2, 3x, last: 6/17-6/22
LONGEST LOSING STREAK:
 3, June 28-July 9, 2014
ELIAS vs. WHITE SOX 
Making his 2nd career appearance against the White Sox…got the loss July 4 at Chicago (5.0 IP, 7 H, 5 R, 5 ER, 1 BB, 6 K, 2 HR). 
 AVG AB H HR RBI BB SO
J. Abreu .333 3 1 1 2 0 1
G. Beckham .000 2 0 0 1 0 1
 A. Eaton .500 2 1 0 1 1 0
T. Flowers .000 1 0 0 0 0 0
C. Gillaspie .000 2 0 0 0 0 2
P. Konerko .000 3 0 0 0 0 2
 A. Ramirez .333 3 1 0 0 0 0
M. Sierra .500 2 1 0 0 0 0
D. Viciedo 1.000 3 3 1 1 0 0
TOMORROW’S STARTING PITCHER: RHP HISASHI IWAKUMA (9-6, 2.94)
33-year-old right-hander is scheduled to make his 19th start of the season and 68th career MLB start tomorrow vs. the White Sox…L#6 in last start 8/3 at BAL (7.2,5,1,1,2,7,HR)…W #9 7/29 at CLE, allowing 2 ER in 7. IP; walked 1 batter, his first BB in 6 games…gave up 4 runs in the 3rd inning en route to 0-4 loss 7/24 vs. BAL (7.0,7,4,4,0,5)…W#8 on July 12 vs. OAK (8.2,5,2,2,0,8)…opened the season on the disabled list (3/29-5/3) with a torn extensor tendon in his right middle finger…made one rehab start with AAA Tacoma 4/27 at Las Vegas, allowing 3 runs (2 ER) on 6 hits in 4.0 innings…injured his finger while working out in Southern California in preparation for spring training…
CAREER:
 Is 32-17 with a 2.87 ERA (150 ER, 470.1 IP) in 81 G/67 starts in his career, including going 31-16, 2.74 ERA (134 ER, 440.0 IP) in 67 career starts (7/2/12-current)…
vs. CWS
: Making 5th appearance, 3rd start…is 0-0 with a 1.71 ERA (4 ER, 21.0 IP) with 11 strikeouts…in two 2013 starts had a 1.69 ERA (3 ER, 16.0 IP) including 8.0 ShO IP on June 5.
 
2014 MARINERS GAME NOTES THURSDAY AUGUST 7, 2014 VS. CHICAGO WHITE SOX PAGE 3
TEAM PITCHING
 W-L ERA CG/SV IP H R ER BB-I SO HR
Season Totals 59-54 3.04 1/34 1019.0 845 372 344 318-24 912 93Starters 44-37 3.36 1/0 690.2 591 276 258 199-8 592 74Relievers 15-17 2.36 0/34 328.1 254 96 86 119-16 320 19Safeco 28-31 3.04 1/15 533.0 429 194 180 163-6 480 46Road 31-23 3.04 0/19 486.0 416 178 164 155-18 432 47March/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 11-14 2.57 0/8 238.1 197 76 68 71-10 236 18 August 3-2 2.09 0/1 43.0 37 11 10 10-0 42 2
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 8/6 vs. ATL 0.0,1,0,0,0,0 7/31 at CLE 6/11/09 vs. CIN w/WAS 4/17 at TEX 0/0 (---) 40/31 (.775) 25/19 (.760)40-Farquhar, rhp 8/3 at BAL 0.1,0,0,0,0,0 4/27 vs. TEX 5/4 at HOU 4/11 vs. KC 1/3 (.333) 45/33 (.733) 19/15 (.789)41-Furbush, lhp 8/6 vs. ATL 0.2,1,0,0,0,0 6/20 at KC 7/19 at LAA 7/25 vs. BAL 1/1 (1.000) 47/33 (.702) 30/25 (.833)52-Leone, rhp 8/6 at ATL 1.0,1,0,0,0,1 (H) 8/2 at BAL None 7/18 at LAA 0/2 (.000) 41/30 (.732) 23/12 (.522) 37-Maurer, rhp* 8/2 at BAL 1.0,1,0,0,0,1 (H) 8/20/13 at OAK None None 0/0 (---) 13/12 (.923) 2/2 (1.000) 31-Medina, rhp 8/6 vs. ATL 1.1,0,0,0,0,1 6/21 at KC 6/18/13 at LAA 7/27 at BAL 0/1 (.000) 46/34 (.739) 15/12 (.800)56-Rodney, rhp 8/5 vs. ATL 1.0,2,1,1,0,1 (S) 4/23 vs. HOU 8/5 vs. ATL 7/20 at LAA 31/34 (.912) 47/34 (.723) 9/8 (.889)54-Wilhelmsen, rhp* 8/6 vs. ATL 1.0,0,0,0,1,2 (H) 7/5 at CWS 6/30 at HOU 4/20 at MIA 1/3 (.333) 38/27 (.710) 15/11 (.733)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 34/44 (.773) 324/235 (.725) 145/108 (.745)
#97 - JOE BEIMEL, LHP 2014:
40 G, 3-1, 1.34 ERA, 0-0 SV, 7 HLD
 
Career-High IP:
4.0 (9/13/05 vs. NYY w/TB)
 
2014-High IP:
2.0-2x (4/18 at MIA)
Allowed earned runs in only 3 of 40 appearances this season.Would be 3rd among AL relievers in ERA at 1.34 but is just shy on IP to qualify.Did not allow a run in 19.0 consecutive IP May 2 - July 10; streak was snapped by Punto solo HR July 13.W #3 7/31 at CLE...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:
45 G, 1-1, 2.66 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)
Has not allowed a run in 37 of 45 appearances...1 or less in 41 of 45 games.Allowed just 3 ER in last 17 games (6/17-current) in 16.1 IP (1.65 ERA).HR allowed 6/14 vs. TEX (Chirinos) was just 4th in his career. 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:
47 G, 1-5, 3.94 ERA, 1-1 SV, 14 HLD
 
Career-High IP:
5.0 IP (5/27/11 vs. BOS)
2014-High IP:
1.2 (6/10 vs. NYY)
Tied for team lead with 47 appearances...3rd straight season with 40+ apps.
Stranded 25 of 30 inherited runners (83.3%).
Boasts a 2.41 ERA (5 ER, 18.2 IP) in 24 appearances in Safeco Field.Since May 5 is 1-2-1, 2.38 (6 ER, 22.2 IP) in 33 G w/25 SO (3 BB).L#5 on 7/25 vs. BAL, allowing a leadoff HR in the 10th inning to C. Davis.Struck out all 3 BF 7/24 vs. BAL.First career SV on 7/19 at LAA...entered game after a HR to lead off the 12th inning; recorded the final 3 outs in order to record the save.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:
41 G, 4-2, 2.14 ERA, 0-2 SV, 7 HLD
 
2014/Career-High IP:
2.1 (5/14 vs. TB)
Averaging 9.71 K/9.0 IP (50 SO, 46.1 IP).Among AL rookie relievers ranks T3rd in appearances (41) and 2nd in K’s (50).Allowed runs in just 9 of 41 appearances this season (11 ER total).
W#4
8/2 at BAL (1.2,0,0,0,0,1) in Mariners 6-3 win.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:
20 G, 7 GS, 1-4, 5.01 ERA, 0-0 SV, 3 HLD
Career-High IP:
4.0 (8/28/13 vs. TEX)
 
2014-High IP:
2.2 (7/9 vs. MIN)
Is 0-0, 0.50 (1 ER, 18.0 IP) in 13 G in relief this season; 1-4, 7.52 in 7 GS.4 of his 12 relief appearances this season have been 2.0 IP or longer.Opponents are 10-for-64 (.156) w/22 strikeouts in his 13 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:
46 G, 4-2, 2.31 ERA, 0-1 SV, 17 HLD
 
Career-High IP:
2.1-3x (last: 7/23/13 vs. CLE)
 
2014-High IP:
1.1-3x (8/6 vs. ATL)
Leads team 17 holds (T4th in AL)…T3rd on team w/45 G...T8th in AL w/4 relief W.
Is 3-1, 1.07 (3 ER, 25.1 IP) in last 31 games (May 5-current) w/25 strikeouts.2 R, 11 H in last 22.0 IP, May 17-current (27 G) with 21 strikeouts.L #2 7/27 vs. BAL; allowed a run in 10th in 3-2 loss.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:
47 G, 1-4, 2.36 ERA, 31-34 SV, 0 HLD
 
Career-High IP:
3.0 (9/18/12 vs. BAL)
2014-High IP:
1.1-2x (last: 7/20 at LAA)
2nd in the AL w/31 saves…allowed at least 1 base runner in 21 of 34 SV ops.
6 R in last 29.1 IP (1.84 ERA) with 20 SV in 30 G since 5/18.
Has converted 20 of last 21 save opps since 5/22 (13 H, 4 ER, 7 BB (2 IBB), 24 K).SV#31 8/5 vs. ATL.SV #28 /
#200 of his career
, 7/26 vs. BAL; final out was caught stealing 1-4.BS #3 7/20 at LAA snapped string of 16 straight converted save opps (5/22-7/11).
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 30-save seasons, (37 in 2009 w/DET, 48 in 2012 and 37 in 2013 w/TB and 31 {and counting} w/SEA in 2014)...has 116 saves since the start of the 2012 season; only Atlanta’s Craig Kimbrel has more (124).Has 2.84 ERA (4 ER, 12.2 IP) in non-save opps (13 G); in 34 save opps has a 2.18 ERA (8 ER, 33.0 IP).
#54-TOM WILHELMSEN, RHP 2014:
39 G, 1 GS, 1-2, 2.21 ERA, 1-3 SV, 5 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 61.0 innings pitched.Worked more than 1.0 IP in 20 of 39 games; 2.0+ IP in 16 of 38 games.Worked 2.0+ innings in 13 of last 18 G…1.69 ERA (7 ER, 37.1 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 8/1 at BAL (5.0,4,1,1,3,6) L L1 22 5.9 93.7 3/0 8.16 3.21 6 18 3-3 10-1234-Hernandez, rhp 8/5 vs. ATL (8.0,4,1,1,1,8) W W1 24 7.2 102.8 16/3 9.66 1.66 22 8 8-2 16-818-Iwakuma, rhp 8/3 at BAL (7.2,5,1,1,2,7,HR) L L1 18 7.0 94.5 0/7 7.25 0.93 12 11 5-3 10-837-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 8/2 at BAL (4.1,4,2,2,3,5,HR) ND W5 3 5.4 80.6 0/0 9.92 2.76 1 2 1-0 3-050-Ramirez, rhp 7/22 vs. NYM (7.0,5,2,2,2,10) L L5 12 5.0 87.4 6/2 7.80 4.65 5 3 0-1 4-832-Walker, rhp 7/23 vs. NYM (5.0,2,2,2,6,5) L L2 3 5.0 90.3 2/0 8.40 7.80 1 3 0-1 1-254-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 8/6 vs. ATL (5.0,7,3,3,1,6) W W2 22 6.0 96.9 6/3 5.63 2.98 13 6 5-2 13-9
 Team No. Hernandez Iwakuma Ramirez Paxton Elias Young Walker Beavan Maurer WilhelmsenINNINGS (Team Rec.) (Starter’s Rec.)
0.0-4.2 18 (5-13) 0 (0-0) 1 (0-1) 5 (0-1) 1 (0-0) 2 (0-2) 1 (0-0) 1 (0-1) 1 (0-1) 5 (0-3) 1 (0-1)5.0-5.2 23 (10-13) 1 (0-0) 1 (0-0) 2 (0-1) 1 (1-0) 9 (1-4) 6 (3-2) 1 (0-1) 0 (0-0) 1 (1-0) 0 (0-0)6.0-6.2 24 (13-11) 4 (2-0) 3 (2-1) 3 (0-2) 0 (0-0) 5 (3-2) 8 (4-2) 1 (1-0) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0)7.0-7.2 32 (17-15) 10 (3-2) 8 (3-4) 2 (1-1) 1 (1-0) 4 (3-1) 6 (2-2) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 1 (0-1) 0 (0-0)8.0-9.0 16 (14-2) 9 (7-1) 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 113 (59-54) 24 (12-3) 18 (9-6) 12 (1-5) 3 (2-0) 22 (8-9) 22 (10-6) 1 (1-0) 1 (0-1) 7 (1-4) 1 (0-1)
Runs scored/start: 3.82 (432 R) 4.58 (110 R) 3.83 (69 R) 3.58 (43 R) 6.33 (19 R) 3.54 (76 R) 3.50 (77 R) 4.00 (12 R) 0.00 (0 R) 3.71 (26 R) 2.00 (2 R)
Team Record: 59-54 16-8 10-8 4-8 3-0 10-12 13-9 1-2 0-1 2-5 0-1

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