Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Tropicana Field
SEATTLE MARINERS (55-63) at TAMPA BAY RAYS (66-51)

Game #119 (55-63)
Road #56 (24-31)

TONIGHT’S GAME INFORMATION
Starting Pitchers: RHP Aaron Harang (5-10, 5.79) vs. LHP David Price (6-5, 3.17)
7:10 pm ET/4:10 pm PT • Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle / Mariners.com • TV: ROOT Sports
Day
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

Date
Aug. 15
Aug. 16
Aug. 17
Aug. 18

Opp.
@TB
@TEX
@TEX
@TEX

Time
4:10 pm
5:05 pm
5:05 pm
12:05 pm

Mariners Pitcher
LH Joe Saunders (10-11, 4.69)
at
RH Hisashi Iwakuma (10-6, 2.96)
at
RH Felix Hernandez (12-5, 2.28)
at
RH Erasmo Ramirez (4-0, 7.06)
at

Opposing Pitcher
RH Alex Cobb (6-2, 3.01)
LH Derek Holland (9-6, 3.07)
LH Martin Perez (5-3, 3.44)
RH Yu Darvish (12-5, 3.14)

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INSIDE THE NUMBERS

.328

Dustin Ackley is batting .328 (19x58)
with 5 2B, 1 3B since the All-Star break.

2.28

Felix Hernandez leads the American
League with a 2.28 ERA.

8

Leadoff home runs hit by the Mariners
(by 4 players) to lead the Majors and extend the club record.

10

Justin Smoak has hit 10 of his season
total 13 home run since coming off the
disabled list on June 18.

13.62

Danny Farquhar is averaging 13.62
K/9.0 IP to rank 3rd among AL relievers.

143

Home runs hit by the Mariners to rank
T3rd in the Majors behind BAL & TOR.

FELIX MEANS WAR
Felix Hernandez has the highest
WAR (wins above replacement) among
American League pitchers with a 5.9…
trails only Clayton Kershaw (6.2) for the
highest WAR by a pitcher in the Majors…
his WAR is 3rd in the AL (including
position players) behind Miguel Cabrera
(6.6) and Mike Trout (6.5)…here are the
top 6 AL WAR pitchers:
1.

3.
4.
5.
6.

Felix Hernandez
Chris Sale
Max Scherzer
Hiroki Kuroda
Yu Darvish
Hisashi Iwakuma

SEA
CWS
DET
NYY
TEX
SEA

5.9
5.9
5.0
5.0
4.8
4.2

VS. THE RAYS
Tonight is the second of 6 games vs.
the Rays this season, the only trip to
Tropicana Field…host TB in a 3-game
series at Safeco Field Sept. 6-8…
Mariners went 4-6 vs. the Rays last
season, going 2-5 at Tropicana Field…
Seattle has dropped 4 of last 5 season
series vs. TB dating back to 2008…
Seattle has won 3 straight games at
Tropicana Field (5 of 6 overall), and leads
all-time series 74-62 (35-30 at The Trop).

TONIGHT’S TILT…the Mariners continue a 3-team, 9-game road trip tonight with the second of
three games vs. the Tampa Bay Rays (1-0)…also face the Rangers (3 games) and A’s (3 games)
during this cross-country road trip…the Mariners are 12-11 since the All-Star break and 20-16 since
July 1…tonight’s game will be televised on ROOT Sports in high definition & broadcast live on 710
ESPN Seattle & the Mariners Radio Network.
ODDS AND ENDS…current 2-game win streak after opening road trip with 5-4 win last night vs. the
Rays…still dropped 10 of last 16 games, and are 7-11 following season-high 8-game winning streak
(July 12-23)…27-24 vs. the AL West, 12-15 vs. AL East, 9-14 vs. AL Central and 7-10 in Interleague
play…54 of 118 games have been decided by 2-or-fewer runs (28-26 record)…are 31-32 at Safeco
Field and 24-31 on the road (won 10 of last 16 road games).

• CCS ­– Mariners catchers have thrown out 6 of the last 10 attempted base stealers (since 7/12).
• Series Wins – Mariners own a 15-17-6 series record, including 6-4-1 since 7/1.
• Extra, Extra ­– Seattle is T2nd in AL playing 16 extra-inning games (6-10 record)…Mariners have 5
games that are 12 innings or longer (1-4 record), the most in the Majors.
• Early & Late Homers – Mariners have hit 48 HR in 7th inning or later, most in MLB…also hit a MLBbest 24 home runs in the first inning this season (8 leadoff) and 6 home runs in extra innings.
• Shutouts – Mariners rank 3rd in the AL with 11 shutouts this season (CLE - 15, TB - 13).
• Road Warrior – Kendrys Morales is batting .463 (19x41) in 10 road games since the All-Star break.
• Southpaws – The Mariners will face a left-handed starter in 3 of next 4 games (18-19 vs. LH starters).
• Multi-HR Games – Mariners players have recorded 13 multi-HR games this season (by 7 different
players) to lead the Majors…most since recording 18 multi-HR performances in 1999.
• Tough Trip – On this 9-G road trip the Rays/Rangers/A’s have a combined record of 202-153 (.569).

TROPICANA WINNING STREAK…the Mariners have won their last three games at Tropicana Field,
tying for the longest winning streak in club history in St. Petersburg…this is the 5th 3-game winning
streak for Seattle at Tropicana Field…had lost 8 straight (and 12 of 13) prior to current win streak.
2-JACK CITY…Brad Miller doesn’t always hit home runs, but when he does, apparently he hits two
of them…playing in his first MLB game in his home state of Florida last night, Miller recorded his 3rd &
4th career home runs (including his first leadoff HR), and second multi-HR game (also: 7/19 at HOU)…
Miller became the 3rd player during the divisional era (since 1969) to record his first four career home
runs via a pair of multi-home run games…he joins the Blue Jays J.P. Arencibia (8/7/10 & 4/1/11) and
the White Sox Carlos May (4/9/69 & 4/16/69).
NICE TO MEET YOU MR. PRICE…Rays ace David Price has made has made 142 appearances/137
starts since his MLB debut on Sept. 14, 2008, but this is his first time facing the Mariners…since Price
became a Major Leaguer, the Rays and Mariners have met 38 times (16-22 record) with the Rays using
10 different starting pitchers (none with the last name Price).
AGAINST CY WINNERS…the Mariners will face a former Cy Young award winner for the 8th time
tonight against Rays LHP David Price (2012 AL Cy Young winner)…faced 2012 NL Cy Young winner
R.A. Dickey on Aug. 5…the Mariners are 3-4 in games started by former Cy Young award winners,
defeating Justin Verlander, Jake Peavy and Dickey, and losing games started by Dickey, CC Sabathia
and Bartolo Colon (2x).
SMOAKIN’…Justin Smoak has recorded a hit in 11 of his last 12 games, batting .364 (16x44) with
3 doubles, 4 home runs and 10 RBI during this stretch…since coming off the DL on June 18 he has
a quad-slash (avg/obp/slg/ops) of .306/.388/.554/.942 with 10 of his 13 home runs…here is a hitting
breakdown of Smoak’s first 43 and last 46 games this season:

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
.704
Last 46 G (5/24-current)
.303
165 26 50 9 10 19 20 44
.382
.539
.921

MOST HR, AGE 41 SEASON

HOME RUN DERBY…the Mariners are tied for 3rd in the Majors with 143 home runs (BAL-160,
TOR-146, SEA-143, ATL-143, DET-138)…Seattle is the only team with 8 players with 10+ home
runs…also lead the Majors in percent of runs scored via the home run…Seattle has scored 478 runs
this season, including 226 via the homer; that’s 47.3% of its runs via homers, tops in the Majors…
Baltimore is 2nd having scored 252 of its 567 runs via HR (44.4%).
LEADING OFF…Brad Miller hit his first career leadoff home run last night, extending the Mariners
single-season club record to 8 leadoff HR (old record was 5 in 2012, 2005, 2002)…4 players have
combined for the leadoff homers (Gutierrez – 3, Saunders – 2, Bay – 2, Miller – 1), becoming the first
team since the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2009 to have 4 players hit leadoff home runs in a season.
LORD FARQUHAR…Danny Farquhar has recorded a save in each of his last 5 appearances, the
first 5 saves of his Major League career…the native of Pembroke Pines, FL has retired 28 of his last
30 batters faced (14.2 IP)…Farquhar ranks 3rd amongst American League relief pitchers averaging
13.62 strikeouts per 9.0 innings pitched (58 SO, 38.1 IP).

Rk Player
HR Year Age Tm
1. Ted Williams 29 1960 41 BOS
2. Barry Bonds 28 2007 42 SFG
3. Barry Bonds 26 2006 41 SFG
4. Raul Ibañez 24 2013 41 SEA
5. Darrell Evans 22 1988 41 DET

AS YOU KNOW…Brad Miller and Ben Zobrist each hit leadoff home runs and recorded a multi-HR
game last night…BUT DID YOU KNOW?…it marked the third time in MLB history that each team’s
starting leadoff hitter hit multiple home runs in the same game, and the second time where both hit
a leadoff HR (also 1994 game below)?…this also happened July 8, 1965 – Felipe Alou (Milwaukee)
& Joe Morgan (Houston) and June 5, 1994 – Tony Phillips (Detroit) & Chuck Knoblauch (Minnesota).

Year
Home Road Totals
2012
2-1 2-5 4-6
2013
0-0 1-0 1-0
All-Time 39-32 35-30 74-62

2013 Mariners Game Notes • WEDNESDAY • August 14, 2013 • AT TAMPA BAY RAYS • Page 2
TONIGHT’S MARINERS STARTER
RHP AARON HARANG
2013 Breakdown:

W-L ERA GS
IP H R ER BB SO HR
Overall 5-10 5.79 19 102.2 112 70 66 23 72 19
Home 4-5 5.16 12 66.1 62 38 38 13 44 10
Road
1-5 6.94 7 36.1 50 32 28 7 28 9
vs. TB - - - - - - - - - -

Career Breakdown:

W-L ERA GS
IP H R ER BB SO HR
Overall 110-114 4.28 318/312 1904.2 2000 968 905 573 1532 250
Home 54-59 4.07
168/166 1020.1 1009 494 461 311 806 145
Safeco 5-6 4.05 15/15 84.2 69 40 39 22 61 10
Road 56-55 4.47
150/146 884.1 991 474 444 262 726 105
vs. TB 1-0
0.00 1/1 7.0 3 0 0 3 10 0

HARANG’S 2013 STARTS

scr
DT OPP SCR W-L
IP H R ER BB SO HR left PC-K
4/16 DET 2-6 L (0-1) 5.0 7 3 3 0 6 1 2-3
95-68
4/21
@TEX
3-11 L (0-2) 4.2 8 8 8 2 5 3 2-8
105-63
4/26 LAA 3-6 L (0-3) 3.0 6 5 5 2 1 2 0-6
58-34
APRIL: 3 GS, 0-3, 11.37

12.2 21 16 16 4
12 6
5/1 BAL 8-3 W (1-3) 6.0 4 2 2 1 5 0 8-2
96-60
5/7 @PIT 1-4 L (1-4) 6.0 5 2 2 0 6 0 1-2
97-71
5/21
@LAA
0-12 L (1-5) 3.2 9 7 7 0 4 2 0-7
70-46
5/27 SD 9-0 W (2-5) 9.0 4 0 0 2 8 0 CG
122-80
MAY: 4 GS, 2-2, 4.01

24.2 22 11 11 3
23 2
6/1 @MIN
4-5 ND
6.0 4 2 2 2 4 0 2-2
62-36
6/6 NYY 1-6 L (2-6) 2.1 8 6 6 0 3 2 0-6
56-31
6/11 HOU 4-0 W (3-6) 9.0 2 0 0 0 10 0 CG
114-78
6/17
@LAA
3-11 L (3-7) 5.0 11 4 1 0 4 1 2-4
87-57
6/22 OAK 7-5 ND
5.0 6 3 3 2 3 0 2-3
95-60
6/29 CHI 3-5 ND
8.0 5 3 3 0 1 1 2-3
105-71
JUNE: 6 GS, 1-2, 3.57
35.1 36 18 14 4
25 4
7/5 @CIN
4-2 W (4-7) 6.0 6 2 2 1 4 1 4-2
91-60
7/10 BOS 11-4 L (4-8) 5.0 8 7 7 3 0 1 0-5
93-58
7/22 CLE 2-1 W (5-8) 7.0 4 1 1 1 2 1 2-1
99-67
7/27 MIN 0-4 L (5-9) 5.0 3 1 1 2 5 0 0-1
107-66
JULY: 4 GS, 2-2, 4.30
23.0 21 11 11 7
11 3
8/2 @BAL
8-11 L (5-10) 5.0 7 7 7 2 1 2 4-7
91-58
8/7 TOR 9-7 ND
2.0+ 5 7 7 3 0 2 2-7
53-31
AUGUST: 2 GS, 0-1, 18.00
7.0 12 14 14 5
1
4

ABOUT HARANG…35-year-old right-hander is making his
20th start of the season and 319th appearance (313th start)
of his career tonight vs. the Rays.
• Acquired by Seattle from Colorado April 11, 2013 in exchange for AAA right-hander Steven Hensley.
• Originally selected by Texas in the 6th round of 1999 June
Draft out of San Diego State University.
• Made MLB debut for Oakland 5/25/02, tossing 7.0 ShO IP
for his first big league win in a 6-0 victory over Tampa Bay.
• Made 5 straight Opening Day starts for Reds (2006-10).
• Cincinnati’s nominee for the Roberto Clemente Award in 2007 and 2009,
the Branch Rickey Award in 2007 and the Marvin Miller Man of the Year
Award from 2007-09.
• Established Dodger franchise record 4/13/12 at Dodger Stadium by
striking out nine consecutive Padres hitters.
• Is 22-21, 4.42 ERA (156 ER, 317.2 IP) in 54G/53 GS in August.

LAST TIME OUT…ND in Mariners 9-7 win over Toronto on August 7…
allowed back-to-back home runs to begin the 3rd inning before being
removed…overall allowed 7 runs on 5 hits, while walking 3 and striking
out 0 in 2.0+ innings…is the 8th time in his career to toss 2.0 innings or
less in a start (last: 10/3/10 vs. MIL)…marked his 2nd consecutive start
to allow 7 runs after allowing only 2 runs in his previous 2 starts.
WELCOME TO THE TROP…Harang will make his first career start at
Tropicana Field tonight…it marks the 33rd different ballpark, but just
the 26th different road city, as he pitched in two ballparks in Minnesota,
Philadelphia, New York (NL), St. Louis, Cincinnati and San Diego.
20 STARTS…Harang will make his 20th start of the season tonight vs. Tampa Bay…he will become the 13th active player to make at least 20 starts
in each of the last 10 seasons.
GETTING THROUGH THE TOP OF THE ORDER…Opponent’s 1-3 hitters
are batting .342 (52x152) with 10 doubles, 2 triples and 7 home runs
off Harang this season…he has fared much better vs. batters 4-9 in the
lineup, limiting them to a .231 (60x260) average.
K/BB…Harang has only walked 5.1 percent of batters he has faced this
year (23/447), a career low, while striking out 16.1 percent of batters he
has faced (72/447)…that combination has led to his highest K/BB ratio
since 2009 (3.13 in 2013).

LAST TIME
LAST START/ND: 8/7, 9-7 vs. TOR (2.0,5,7,7,2,1,2HR)
LAST WIN: 7/22, 2-1 vs. CLE (7.0,4,1,1,1,2,HR)
LAST LOSS: 8/2, 8-11 at BAL (5.0,7,7,7,2,1,2HR)
LAST CG: 15x, last: 4-0, 6/11 vs. HOU (9.0,2,0,0,0,10)
LAST ShO: 8x, last: 4-0, 6/11 vs. HOU (9.0,2,0,0,0,10)
CAREER HIGHS
INNINGS: 10.0, 7/23/07 vs. MIL w/CIN
HITS: 14, 9/28/05 at MIL w/CIN
RUNS: 9, 4/03/06 vs. CHI w/CIN
STRIKEOUTS: 13, 2x, last: 7/29/07 vs. CHI w/CIN
WALKS: 6, 6/19/12 at OAK w/LAD
LOW-HIT GAME (CG): 2, twice, last: 6/11/13 vs. HOU
LONGEST WIN STREAK: 5: 9/16/06-4/07/07
LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 5, 7/12-8/3/09
HARANG vs. RAYS
Making only his 2nd career start vs. the Rays and first since 2002…
recorded the win in 6-0 A’s victory vs. the Rays on May 25, 2002
(7.0,3,0,0,3,10)…making first start at Tropicana Field.

AVG AB H HR RBI BB SO
S. Duncan
1.000 1 1 0 0 0 0
Y. Escobar
.000 4 0 0 0 0 0
S. Fuld .000 3 0 0 0 0 2
R. Hernandez
.000 3 0 0 0 0 1
K. Johnson
.143 7 1 0 0 1 2
J. Loney .222 18 4 0 1 1 2
J. Molina 1.000 1 1 0 0 0 0
R. Roberts
.143 7 1 0 0 1 1
L. Scott .263 19 5 1 4 2 2
J. Wright .000 3 0 0 0 0 3
W. Wright .000 1 0 0 0 0 1

PIN POINT CONTROL…Harang has walked 0 batters in 7 of his 19 starts
this season…he currently ranks 14th amongst starters in the American League averaging 2.02 walks per 9.0 innings (23 BB, 102.2 IP)…Harang
did not allow a walk a season-high 21.1 innings (3rd inning on 6/1 at MIN-6/22)…longest stretch by a Mariners starter since Blake Beavan
tossed 24.1 consecutive walkless innings, Sept. 4-27, 2011.
2 IS BETTER THAN 1…Harang tossed his 2nd complete game shutout of the season on June 11 in Mariners 4-0 win over Houston (previous
two-hitter was 8/29/07 at PIT)…matched a career low with 2 hits, while striking out 10 and walking 0…was his 15th career CG, 8th career
shutout…1 of 5 AL pitchers to record at least 2 shutouts this season…has 2 shutouts in a single season for the 2nd time in his career (also:
2006 w/CIN).
WHAT A START…recorded his 14th career complete game and first since June 4, 2009 at STL w/CIN (9.0,3,0,0,0,9,HB) and his 7th career complete game shutout (last: 4/12/09 vs. PIT w/CIN) on May 27 vs. San Diego (9.0,4,0,0,2,8)…Harang became the 2nd Mariners starter to record a
complete game this season (also: Joe Saunders, 4/29/13 vs. BAL)…he is also the first Mariners starter to recorded a complete game shutout
since Felix Hernandez on Aug. 27, 2012 at MIN.
2013 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS…

• Walked 23 batters, the fewest of the Mariners starters (min. 11 GS)…has walked 12 batters over his last 6 starts, after walking only
11 in first 13 starts.
• Thrown 8 quality starts on the year and allowed 2 or fewer runs 8 times.
• Went 2-2 over 5-start stretch from May 1-June 1, posting a 3.52 ERA (12 ER, 30.2 IP) with 27 strikeouts.
• Over final 6 starts of the first half (since June 11), went 2-2 with a 3.79 ERA (16 ER, 38.0 IP), 6 walks and 22 strikeouts.
• Acquired on April 11 from Colorado in exchange for AAA RHP Steven Hensley.
• W #1 in Mariners 8-3 victory over BAL 5/1…tossed 5.0 ShO IP before allowing 2 runs in 6th…allowed just 4 H while striking out 5.
CAREER…Owns a career record of 110-114 with a 4.28 ERA in 318 games (312 GS)…earned his 100th career win on June 7, 2012 in Dodgers
8-3 win over Philadelphia at Citizen’s Bank Park…from 2004-2012, ranked among the NL leaders in wins (95, T-5th) strikeouts (1,354, 2nd),
innings (1,647.1, 2nd), starts (263, 1st) and complete games (13, T-8th).

TOMORROW’S STARTER: RHP JOE SAUNDERS (10-11, 4.69)

32-year-old left-hander will make his 25th start of the year vs. Tampa Bay tomorrow…L#11 in Mariners 5-10 loss vs. MIL on Aug. 9
(4.1,7,9,4,2,4,HR)…had 3 straight QS during a 4-start win streak 7/2-19 (26.0,30,6,5,6,18,HR)…W#5 in Mariners 3-2 win at Oakland on 6/14
(7.0,5,1,1,2,4) was his first road win…W#2 in CG 4/29 vs. BAL (9.0,4,2,2,1,2,HR)…W#1 on 4/8 vs. HOU (6.0,6,0,0,1,5)…L#1 in Mariners debut
4/3 at OAK (4.0,7,4,4,4,3)…HOME/ROAD Splits - is 5-5, 3.94 ERA (28 ER, 64.0 IP) in 11 starts at Safeco Field this season…compares to 5-6,
5.33 (45 ER, 76.0 IP) in 13 road starts…is 11-5, 3.10 ERA (41 ER, 119.0 IP) in 20 career starts in Seattle…Career - is 88-76 with a 4.20 ERA
(608 ER, 1301.1 IP) with 744 strikeouts in 213 starts with Los Angeles-AL (2005-10), Arizona (2010-12), Baltimore (2012) and Seattle (2013)…
vs. TB - Making only 3 career start vs. the Tampa Bay and first since 2008…is 0-2, 7.59 (9 ER, 10.2 IP) in 2 career starts vs. the Rays.

2013 Mariners Game Notes • Wednesday • August 14, 2013 • at Tampa Bay Rays • Page 3

Season Totals
Starters
Relievers
Safeco
Road
April
May
June
July
August

TEAM PITCHING

W-L ERA CG/SV IP
H
R ER BB-I SO HR
55-63 4.26 4/32
1071.1
1073 548 507
326-33 941 139
44-43 4.17 4/0 710.2 728 358 329
173-8 556 95
11-20 4.44 0/32
360.2 345 190 178
153-25 385 44
31-32 3.85 3/17
592.0 560 275 253
169-18 546 66
24-31 4.77 1/15
479.1 513 273 254
157-15 395 73
12-17 4.23 1/8 259.1 245 128 122 73-8 225 39
12-14 4.00 1/4 231.2 224 108 103 68-7 222 27
11-16 4.19 2/6 249.1 256 127 116
72-11 208 32
15-10 4.20 0/9 233.2 241 119 109 76-7 204 27
5-6
5.27
0/5 97.1
107 66 57
37-0 82 14

MARINERS STARTING PITCHERS BREAKDOWN

Pitcher
Last Start (IP,H,R,ER,BB,K)
Result Streak GS
IP/GS P/GS SB/CS K/9
BB/9 QS
GIDP
34-Hernandez, rhp 8/11 vs. MIL (8.0,4,0,0,1,9)
W
W1
25
6.9
104.0
10/4 9.22
1.71
19
22
18-Iwakuma rhp
8/10 vs. MIL (6.2,9,6,6,1,3,HR)
L
L2
25
6.6
92.5
3/1 7.57
1.54
16
15
23-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
39-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
50-Ramirez, rhp
8/13 at TB (5.1,7,4,4,1,7,HR-2)
W
W4
5
5.5
98.0
0/0 8.78
2.93
0
2
45-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
49-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
37-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
32-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

W/L
After Loss
5-6
6-3
7-2
2-8
2-1
0-0
0-1
2-3
2-2

Team
Record
13-12
14-11
10-14
7-12
4-1
1-0
1-1
2-8
3-4

Team No.
INNINGS
(Team Rec.)
0.0-4.2
18 (2-16)
5.0-5.2
27 (6-21)
6.0-6.2
32 (20-12)
7.0-7.2
22 (15-7)
8.0-9.0
18 (11-7)
Total Starts
118 (55-63)
Runs scored/start:
4.05 (478 R)
Team’s record when starting: 55-63

Hernandez
Iwakuma
Saunders
(Starter’s Rec.)
0 (0-0)
1 (0-0)
5 (0-5)
4 (0-3)
3 (0-2)
6 (1-4)
5 (2-2)
8 (3-2)
6 (5-1)
8 (4-0)
9 (7-2)
5 (3-0)
8 (6-0)
4 (0-0)
2 (1-1)
25 (12-5)
25 (10-6)
24 (10-11)
4.24 (106 R) 4.48 (112 R) 3.63 (87 R)
13-12
14-11
10-14

Harang

Ramirez

Noesi

Beavan

Mauer

Bonderman

5 (0-4)
5 (0-4)
5 (2-2)
1 (1-0)
3 (2-0)
19 (5-10)
3.79 (72 R)
7-12

1 (0-0)
2 (2-0)
2 (2-0)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
5 (4-0)
6.00 (30 R)
4-1

1 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
1 (0-0)
3.00 (3 R)
1-0

0 (0-0)
2 (0-1)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
2 (0-1)
5.50 (11 R)
1-1

3 (0-3)
2 (0-2)
5 (2-2)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
10 (2-7)
3.10 (31 R)
2-7

2 (0-2)
2 (0-1)
2 (1-0)
0 (0-0)
1 (0-0)
7 (1-3)
3.43 (24 R)
3-4

MARINERS BULLPEN BRIEFS
PITCHER
58-Capps, rhp
40-Farquhar, rhp
41-Furbush, lhp
44-Luetge, lhp
31-Medina, rhp
37-Maurer, rhp
59-Perez, lhp
^relief only

LAST APP.
IP,H,R,ER,BB,K
LAST WIN
8/10 vs. MIL
0.2,1,0,0,0,0
4/28 vs. LAA
8/13 at TB (S)
1.0,0,0,0,0,2 (S) None
8/7 vs. TOR
0.2,0,0,0,0,1 (H) 7/3 at TEX
8/10 vs. MIL
0.2,6,4,4,0,1
9/15/12 at TEX
8/13 at TB
1.2,0,0,0,2,1 (H) 6/28 vs. CHI
8/7 vs. TOR
3.1,3,0,0,5,2 (W) 8/7 vs. TOR
8/13 at TB
1.0,0,0,0,2,2 (H) 6/23 vs. OAK
*as a starter

LAST SAVE
None
8/13 at TB
None
8/21/12 vs. CLE
6/18 at LAA
none
7/5 at CIN

LAST LOSS
6/20 at LAA
None
6/26 vs. PIT
7/31 at BOS
7/26 vs. MIN
5/28 vs. SD*
6/29 vs. CHI
Team Bullpen Totals

#58 - CARTER CAPPS, RHP
2013: 36 G, 2-2, 5.63 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)

#44 - LUCAS LUETGE, LHP

















Stranded 13 of 15 runners he has inherited this season.
Averaging 10.35 K/9.0 IP (46 K, 40.0 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 from AAA Tacoma on Aug. 6 (Wilhelmsen optioned)...went 0-0, 1.64
ERA (2 ER, 11.0 IP) w/4 BB, 9 K, 3 HB in 7 G w/Rainiers...0 ER & 6 K’s in last 7.0
IP (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 of 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: 27 G, 0-0, 4.70 ERA, 5-7 SV, 2 HLD

2013/Career-High IP: 3.0: 7/31 at BOS



















Retired 18 of 27 first batters faced…stranded 9 of 15 inherited runners.
Averaging 13.62 K/9.0 IP (58 K, 38.1 IP) to rank 3rd amongst AL relievers.
0 runs allowed in last 10 G (14.2 IP) since 7/21.
Has converted 5 consec. save opps since moving into closer role.
Retired 21 consec. BF, 7/28-8/7, T4th-longest amongst relievers in club history.
SV #5 8/13 at TB w/1-2-3 9th...SV #4 8/11 vs. MIL...SV#3 8/7 vs. TOR.
SV#2 8/4 at BAL, after 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 for 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 perfect IP in Mariners debut 5/18 at CLE (5 strikeouts).
Selected from 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 final 11 G before 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 12th 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 after runner left 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).

SV/OPP
0/1 (.000)
5/7 (.714)
0/3 (.000)
0/0 (---)
1/2 (.500)
0/0 (---)
2/3 (.667)
32/46 (.696)

1st BF/RETIRED
36/27 (.750)
27/18 (.667)
50/33 (.666)
21/12 (.571)
45/27 (.600)
3/2 (.667)
46/28 (.609)
308/201 (.653)

RI/STRANDED
15/13 (.867)
15/9 (.600)
35/22 (.629)
14/8 (.571)
41/25 (.610)
0/0 (1.000)
29/22 (.759)
184/119 (.647)

2013: 21 G, 0-2, 5.70 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.
Allowed 4 R on 6 H in 0.2 IP 8/10 vs. MIL
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-off 1B to S. Drew in B15.
12 of 18 appearances this season have been scoreless.
Tied career-high 2 times this season with 3.0 IP (last: 5/21 vs. LAA).
Recalled from AAA Tacoma July 8 for 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 relief...2-7, 6.93 as starter (10 GS, 49.1 IP, 38 ER).
• W#1 in relief 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) then
retired 9 of 10 w/only BF to reach getting to 1B via error.
• Made 1st career relief appearance 7/30 at BOS, allowing a 2R HR in 3.0 IP.
• Recalled from 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: 45 G, 3-3, 2.59 ERA, 1-2 SV, 10 HLD
2013/Career-High IP: 2.1 (2x, last: 6/22 vs. OAK)













Pronunciation: yo-EHR-vis meh-DEE-nah.
Among AL rookie relievers, 2nd in holds (10) and 3rd in appearances (45).
1.2 ShO IP 8/13 at Tampa.
1 K in 1.0 ShO IP 8/10 vs. MIL..struck out 4 in 2.0 hitless innings 8/4 at BAL.
Struck out 2 in 2.0 perfect innings 7/31 at BOS, stranded 1 runner on base.
L#3 7/26 vs. MIN, allowed a 2-R HR in T13th, first home run allowed in career.
Allowed 4 ER in 24 G (26.1 IP / 1.37 ERA) May 22-July 23, including 11.0
scoreless 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 from AAA 4/16.
Was 0-1 with a 1.50 ERA (1 ER, 6.0 IP) in 4 relief appearances for Tacoma.

#59 - OLIVER PEREZ, LHP
2013: 46 G, 2-3, 3.02 ERA, 2-3 SV, 7 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 37 of 46 appearances…allowed 19 H, 12 R in last 15 G.
Averaging 12.74 K/9.0 IP (59 SO, 41.2 IP) 9th in AL...K’d at least 1 BF in 34 of 46 G.
L #3 8/1 at BOS when 2 runners he left scored in B9th (0.1,2,2,2,0,1).
Retired the final batter in the 6th inning to strand 2 runners on base, but allowed
2 runs on 3 H (1 HR) in B7th IP w/o recording an out 7/31 at BOS.
SV #2 (of 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 consecutive
scoreless 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 first MLB save 6/14 at OAK (1.0 IP, 1 H).
Struck out 7 consecutive batters 5/10-15.
Played for Team Mexico in the 2013 WBC, appearing in 1 game in relief.

2013 Mariners Game Notes • WEDNESDAY • August 14, 2013 • at Tampa bay rays • Page 4
SEATTLE HITTERS vs. TAMPA BAY RAYS

2013
CAREER

HR@

AVG
AB
H
HR
RBI
AVG
AB
H
HR
RBI
TB
D. Ackley
.750
4 3 0 1
.250 60
15
1 3
0
H. Blanco
-- -- -- -- --
.387 31 12 2 5
0
E. Chavez
-- -- -- -- --
.196 51 10 2 4
2
N. Franklin
.000
5 0 0 0
.000 5 0 0 0
0
R. Ibañez
.667
3 2 0 0
.248 234
58
12
40 4
B. Miller
.400
5 2 2 2
.400 5 2 2 2
2
K. Morales
.250
4 1 0 0
.215 79
17
3 7
1
M. Morse
.500
4 2 0 0
.259 27
7 1 4
0
H. Quintero
.000
4 0 0 0
.111 18
2 0 0
0
B. Ryan
-- -- -- -- --
.091 55 5 0 2
0
M. Saunders
-- -- -- -- --
.200 55 11 1 6
1
K. Seager
.000
4 0 0 0
.296 54
16
3 5
3
J. Smoak
.500
4 2 0 2
.237 76
18
3 10 0

#13 - DUSTIN ACKLEY, OF/INF
Last Game: 3x4, 3B, RBI, GDP yest. at TB
Road Trip: 3x4, 3B, RBI, GDP

vs. Price: Never Faced
Current Streak: 5 G (9x18)
Last HR: 5/4 at TOR (#1)

Season-Highs: streak: 10 (4/20-30)…hits: 3-5x (8/13 at TB)…RBI: 4 (5/4 at TOR)

• Mariners are 16-6 in his 22 starts in center field...first career GS in LF 8/1 at BOS.
• Matched season-high w/3 hits 8/13 at TB (3x4, 3B, RBI), including GWRBI 3B.
• Batting .328 (19x58) since the All-Star break (16 G)…is hitting .275 (28x102) with
.691 OPS since recall from AAA Tacoma June 25.
• Missed one game (6/30) w/sprained left thumb; injured in 9th 6/29 on dive in OF.
• Made first career start in the outfield (CF) 6/28 vs. CHI.
• At AAA Tacoma 5/27-6/25; hit .365 (38x104), 21 R, 8 2B, 2 HR, 14 RBI.
• First career grand slam HR 5/4 at TOR (2-out blast off Dickey).
#33 - HENRY BLANCO, C
Last Game: 1x3, 8/11 vs. MIL
Road Trip: ---

vs. Price: .333 (1x3), K
Current Streak: 1 G (1x3)
Last HR: 8/4 at BAL (#3)

Season-Highs: streak: 3 (7/30-8/4)…hits: 1-17x (8/11 vs. MIL)…RBI: 4-2x (8/1 at BOS)

• Is 6-for-last-26/.231 w/2B, 2 HR, 4 R, 8 RBI in past 9 games.
• Hit go-ahead/game-winning 2-run HR (on 0-2 pitch) 8/4 at BAL (7th inning).
• Hit HR #2, his 2nd GSHR, 8/1 at BOS...is 2nd-oldest catcher in MLB history to
hit a slam (behind C. Fisk)...both slams have come in F. Hernandez starts.
• Hit GW GS HR in M’s debut on 6/15 at OAK…2nd player to homer in SEA debut
(also: Leon Roberts, 4/9/78 at MIN)…oldest Mariner to hit a GS in franchise history.
• Signed as ML free agent June 14…released by TOR June 10.
• Hit .184 (7x38) w/3 2B, 4 BB, 10 K in 15 games (13 GS) w/TOR.
#9 - ENDY CHAVEZ, OF
Last Game: 0x3, 8/11 vs. MIL
Road Trip: ---

vs. Price: Never Faced
Current Streak: 0 G (0x3)
Last HR: 5/29 at SD (#2)

Season-Highs: streak: 8-2x (6/9-18)…hits: 3 (4/25 vs. LAA)…RBI: 2-3x (7/11 vs. BOS)





Recorded a hit in 43 of 55 starts (starts by POS: CF-20, LF-3, RF-32).
Made pair of HR saving plays in RF 7/28 vs. MIN, incl. bringing back 3R homer.
2x3 w/2 RBI before leaving game (sore right groin) 7/11 vs. BOS.
Tied career-high (9th time, 2nd in ‘13) with 2 doubles 6/30 vs. CHI.
Hit Mariners first pinch-hit HR of the season 5/20 at CLE (1x2, R, HR, RBI) and
the first since 6/20/12 by Franklin Gutierrez at ARI.

#20 - NICK FRANKLIN, INF
Last Game: 0x5, 2 K yest.
Road Trip: 0x5, 2 K

vs. Price: Never Faced
Current Streak: 0 G (0x5)
Last HR: 7/28 vs. MIN 2 (#9 & #10)

Season-Highs: streak: 7 (6/11-18)…hits: 4x (7/26 vs. MIN)…RBI: 4, 2x (last: 7/28 vs. MIN)

• Snapped 0-for-27 with 1st-inning RBI 3B 8/7 vs. TOR; is 3x12 w/2R, 3B, 2 RBI since.
• 2nd among AL rookies w/ 24 extra base hits, T1st in HR (10), T2nd with 13 doubles.
• Since July 1, has 48 strikeouts in 31 games (is 25x128/.195 over same stretch).
• Was 9-for-25 (.360) w/3 HR, 8 RBI in 6 games July 24-30; is 3-for-36 since.
• Second 2-HR game (3R, solo) of season/career 7/28 vs. MIN (3x4, 4 RBI).
• Mariners are 29-29 in his starts this season (all at 2B).
• Drilled 1st career GSHR (HR #7) @HOU Lyles 7/21 to cap 7-run inning.
• Named to Baseball America Midseason All-Rookie Team.
• Hit 1st and 2nd career HR 5/30 at SD (2x4, 2 R, 2 HR, 2 RBI)…became the
3rd-youngest Mariners player to record a multi-HR game at 22 years, 89 days.
• First MLB hit (1B) off E. Stults on 5/29 at SD…1st MLB GS (0x4) 5/28 vs. SD.
• Made MLB debut as DR at 2B 5/27 vs. SD; walked in only PA…Selected from
AAA Tacoma 5/27…Hit .324 (46x142) in 39 G w/Rainiers (9 2B, 4 HR, 20 RBI).
#28 - RAUL IBAÑEZ, OF
Last Game: 2x3, R, BB, K yest.
Road Trip: 2x3, R, BB, K

vs. Price: Never Faced
Current Streak: 1 G (2x3)
Last HR: 7/12 vs. LAA (#23/24)

Season-Highs: streak: 13 (6/22-7/8)…hits: 4 (7/4 at TEX)…RBI: 6 (5/15 at NYY)

• Has not homered in 19 G (82 PA) since the All-Star break.
• T9th in AL with 24 HR & 10th with a .506 slugging percentage.
• 13 consecutive seasons (since 2001) w/ at least 10 HR...recorded 8th career
20+ HR season, first since 2011 (20 w/PHI)...1st player in MLB history to record
20 home runs before the ASG in an age 40-or-older season.
• Ranked 2nd in AL w/10 HR in June (C. Davis - 12)…tied monthly high (May ‘09).
• Had 19th career multi-HR game 7/12 vs. LAA (last: 6/23 vs. OAK)...passed Bret
Boone for 6th on the Mariners all-time HR list (9 behind Alvin Davis for 5th).
• 2 HR, 6 RBI, & 11th career GS HR (7th w/SEA) 5/15 at NYY…T6th in M’s history:
Griffey Jr.–12; Buhner/A. Davis/Martinez–9; Sexson–8; A. Rodriguez/Ibañez–7.
• Safeco Field all-time HR leader with 82 HR, including 77 as a Mariner.
#5 - BRAD MILLER, INF
Last Game: 2x5, 2 R, 2 HR, 2 RBI yest.
Road Trip: 2x5, 2 R, 2 HR, 2 RBI

vs. Price: Never Faced
Current Streak: 1 G (2x5)
Last HR: 8/13 at TB, 2 (#3 & #4)

Season-His: streak: 4-2x (last: 8/5-8/9)…hits: 3-4x (last: 8/9 vs. MIL)…RBI: 5 (7/19 vs. HOU)

• Recorded 2nd multl-HR game and first leadoff HR in first MLB game in native state
of Florida 8/13 at TB.
• First 4 career home runs have come via multi-HR games (3rd player since ‘69).
• Mariners are 18-14 in his 32 starts batting leadoff…18-13 in 31 starts at SS.
• Leads team and 1st amongst AL rookies with 4 triples.
• Is 13-for-his-last-39 (.333) w/4 R, 2 2B, 3B, 2 HR, 5 RBI over past 9 games.
• Named AL Player of the Week 7/22; 1st Mariners rookie POW since Griffey in ‘89.
• Recorded first 2 HR of MLB career 7/19 at HOU (3x5, 2 HR, 5 RBI).
• Had pair of games with 4+ RBI in his first 17 career games (first Mariner).
• Was 8x19/.421 w/3 R, 3 2B, 6 RBI in 4G series vs. BOS 7/8-11.
• Had 2 triples in 1st game in leadoff spot 7/5 at CIN, incl. a 3B to leadoff game.
• Recorded first 2 hits of MLB career (both doubles off E. Jackson), 6/30 vs. CHI.
• 2nd player in franchise history to record a SB in first 2 career games (also: Guillen).
• Selected from AAA Tacoma 6/28…made MLB that night vs. CHI (0x3,RBI,BB,SB).
• Hit .356 (37x104) w/26 R, 5 2B, 3B, 6 HR, 28 RBI & finished w/active 22 G hit

streak at AAA Tacoma after being promoted from AA Jackson on May 25.
#8 - KENDRYS MORALES, DH/1B
vs. Price: .167 (1x6), K
Last Game: 1x4, 2B, BB, K yest.
Current Streak: 1 G (1x4)
Road Trip: 1x4, 2B, BB, K
Last HR: 8/2 at BAL (#17)
Season-Highs: streak: 8-3x (5/30-6/6)…hits: 4-2x (8/2 at BAL)...RBI: 6 (7/2 at TEX)






Tied for team lead with 46 extra base hits & 1st with 35 multi-hit games.
Had hits in 8 consecutive plate appearances (8/1-8/2); club record is 9.
Batting .337 (31x92) w/7 2B, 3 HR, 10 RBI since the All-Star break.
11th carer multi-HR game 7/9 vs. BOS (2nd this month; also 7/2 at TEX).
.337 (35x104) w/10 2B, 4 HR, 47 RBI w/RISP…T10th in the AL w/10 GWRBI.
Hit PH walk-off HR 6/23 vs. OAK (4th career walk-off hit)…walk-off HR was
the first by a Mariners player since Luis Rodriguez (9/14/11 vs. NYY)…2nd
pinch-hit walk-off home run in club history (also: Ken Phelps, 9/3/86 vs. DET).

#38 - MICHAEL MORSE, OF/1B
Last Game: 2x4, R, 2B, 2 K yest.
Road Trip: 2x4, R, 2B, 2 K

vs. Price: .667 (2x3), HR
Current Streak: 2 G (3x8)
Last HR: 8/2 at BAL (#12)

Season-Highs: streak: 7 (4/1-7)…hits: 3 (5/14 at NYY)…RBI: 4 (4/2 at OAK)





25 of 61 H have gone for extra-bases (13 2B, 12 HR).
Batting .291 (23x79) vs. LHP, compared to .221 (38x172) vs. RHP.
2x4 on 8/2 snapped 0x15 stretch dating back to 6/17; HR was 1st since 5/27 at SD.
Recalled from rehab and activated from DL July 29.
On 15-day DL 6/22 (retro to 6/21)-July 28 w/strained right quad...included rehab
assignment with AAA Tacoma: 6x24/.250, 3R, 2B, HR, 2 RBI, 2 BB.

#35 - HUMBERTO QUINTERO, C
Last Game: 0x4, K, GDP yest.
Road Trip: 0x4, K, GDP

vs. Price: .000 (0x2), 2 K
Current Streak: 0 G (0x11)
Last HR: 8/7 vs. TOR (#2/#4)

Season-Highs: streak: 5 (7/31-8/7)…hits: 2-5x (8/5 vs. TOR)…RBI: 3-2x (8/7 vs. TOR)







Tied his career-high with 4 HR (2 w/SEA); also 2009-2010 w/HOU.
Hits in 5 of 9 starts w/SEA (.286/8x28).
First HR w/SEA 8/2 at BAL...caught all 15 innings 7/31 at BOS, and was 2x6 w/R.
Signed as a ML Free Agent on July 26 after Zunino was placed on DL.
DFA by PHI on July 24...cleared waivers and became ML free agent on July 26.
Hit .250 (16x64) w/3 R, 4 2B, 2 HR, 9 RBI, HBP, 3 BB in 24 games with PHI.
Is an 11-year Major League veteran, playing with San Diego (2003-2004), Houston (2005-2011), Kansas City (2012) and Philadelphia (2013) in his career.

#26 - BRENDAN RYAN, SS
Last Game: 1x3, 8/11 vs. MIL
Road Trip: ---

vs. Price: Never Faced
Current Streak: 1 G (1x3)
Last HR: 7/10 vs. BOS (#3)

Season-Highs: streak: 6 (5/20-27)…hits: 3 (6/5 vs. CWS)…RBI: 2-2x (5/24 vs TEX)







8-for-70 (.114) over his last 25 games (since 6/11)...HR #3 7/10 vs. BOS.
Hit safely in 14 of 17 G from 5/14-6/1 (.339/21x62, 6 R, 4 2B, 2 HR, 7 RBI).
Season-high 3 hits 6/5 vs. CWS…22x in career w/3+ hits (prev: 8/28/12 at MIN).
Season-high 6-G hit streak, 5/20-27 (.409/9x22 w/3 R, 3 2B, 3 RBI, SB, 2 BB).
3 straight multi-hit games (5/16-18)…one off career-high multi-hit streak.
Won Fielding Bible Award as top defensive SS in 2012; was Gold Glove finalist.
Over 2011-2012 seasons, led MLB with 45 defensive runs saved.

#55 - MICHAEL SAUNDERS, OF
Last Game: DNB as PR-LF yest.
Road Trip: ---

vs. Price: Never Faced
Current Streak: 0 G (0x5)
Last HR: 8/3 at BAL, 2 (#9 & #10)

Season-Highs: streak: 10 G (7/8-21)…hits: 3-2x (5/4 at TOR)…RBI: 5 (8/3 at BAL)











Hit 4 HR in last 13 games (5 HR in last 21 G), 0 in last 6 G w/AB
Hit in 21 of last 27 G w/AB (26x93/.280) since 7/8 w/7 2B, 3B, 5 HR, 21 RBI.
5th career 2-HR game 8/3 at BAL; also matched career-high (2x) w/5 RBI.
2R HR to halve BAL lead in 3rd 8/2...hit GT HR (#7) 7/28 vs. MIN.
Threw out GW run in B14th 7/31 at BOS for team-high 7th OF assist.
Drove in GW runs with Mariners only hit 7/20 at HOU in 4-2 win (2B in 7th).
Career-high 10-game hitting streak (.351/13x37) July 8-21.
3x5, 2 HR, 2B, 3 RBI 5/4 at TOR…4th career 2-HR game (1st in 2013).
Hit first career leadoff HR 4/29 vs. BAL in first PA after returning from DL.
On 15-day DL 4/10-28 with sprained right AC joint (shoulder).
Named to METLIFE All-WBC Team (Canada: .727 AVG, 7 RBI).

#15 - KYLE SEAGER, 3B
Last Game: 0x4, HBP, 3 K yest.
Road Trip: 0x4, HBP, 3 K

vs. Price: Never Faced
Current Streak: 0 G (0x12)
Last HR: 7/31 at BOS (#17)

Season-Highs: streak: 16 (4/11-27)…hits: 4 (6/20 at LAA)…RBI: 4 (6/5 vs. CWS)










Leads team with 130 hits (13th in AL) and 2nd w/27 doubles (T16th in AL).
Batting .331 (45x136) since 7/1...hit .396 (38x96) in July (5 2B, 5 HR, 14 RBI).
15-game hitting streak (.421/24x57) w/2 2B, 6 HR, 12 RBI, 8 BB 6/30-7/19.
46 extra base hits (HR - 17, 2B - 27, 3B - 2) are 6th-most by AL 3B.
Hit 2-out, 2R HR in T10 to snap 2-2 tie in SEA 4-2 win 7/3 at TEX.
Was 4x5 w/HR, 2 2B, 3 RBI 6/20 at LAA; 1st 4-hit G by a Mariner this season.
Hit .373 (19x51) w/6 R, 2 2B, 2 HR, 6 RBI during 13-G hit streak (5/28-6/9).
Game-tying GS HR in 14th inning 6/5 vs. CWS 1st in MLB history)
Career-high 16G hitting streak, 4/11-27 (23x59/.390, 9 R, 7 2B, 3 HR, 11 RBI).
Brother, Justin, was Seattle’s 12th round draft pick in 2013 Draft.

#17 - JUSTIN SMOAK, 1B
Last Game: 2x4, R, 2 RBI, K yest.
Road Trip: 2x4, R, 2 RBI, K

vs. Price: Never Faced
Current Streak: 2 G (3x7)
Last HR: 8/11 vs. MIL (#13)

Season-Highs: streak: 9 (7/30-8/9)…hits: 3-3x (8/3 at BAL)…RBI: 4 (7/13 vs. LAA)








Batting .317 (39x123) w/21 R, 9 2B, 7 HR, 20 RBI, 15 BB since July 1 (33 G).
H in 11 of last 12 G (since 7/30); batting .364 (16x44) w/3 2B, 4 HR, 10 RBI.
Batting .382 with RISP (13x34) since 7/1; .122 (5x41) from 4/1-6/30 w/RISP.
2-run game-tying double 8/7 vs. TOR; 2nd & 3rd RBI batting RH this season.
Reached base safely career-high 5 times (3 H, 2 BB) 8/3 at BAL.
10 of 13 HR in 43 G since coming off DL 6/18 (right oblique strain).
Returned from DL 6/18…hit HR #4 as backend of back-to-back HR w/Ibañez.
Placed on 15-day disabled list, retroactive to May 30 (right oblique strain).

2013 Mariners Game Notes • WEDNESDAY • August 14, 2013 • AT TAMPA BAY RAYS • Page 5
SCORE BY INNINGS

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 X
Total
Mariners 62 50 53 59 59 61 50 44 22 18
478
Opponent 58 76 41 55 78 72 54 48 42 24
548

MARINER HOME RUNS
RECORD BY HOME RUN… 0 1 2 3 4 5 6

7-26 24-25 13-6 8-5 2-1 1-0 0-0
HOME RUNS BY POSITION… Total C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF DH PH P

143 13 16 11 17 7 30 12 16 19 2 0
Grand Slams (6): Dustin Ackley (5/4 @TOR), Raul Ibañez (5/15 @NYY), Kyle Seager (6/5 vs. CWS),
Henry Blanco, 2 (6/15 @OAK & 8/1 @BOS), Nick Franklin (7/21 @HOU).
Back-to-Back (5): Ibañez & Morse (4/9 vs. HOU, 8th inning), Ibañez & Smoak (5/18 @CLE, 9th
inning); Bay & Seager (6/1 @MIN, 1st inning), Ibañez & Smoak (6/18 @LAA, 2nd inning), Ibañez &
Morales (7/2 @TEX, 1st inning), Ibañez & Morales (7/1 vs. LAA, 7th inning)
Inside-the-Park (0): None
Pinch-Hit (2): Endy Chavez (5/20 @CLE), Kendrys Morales (6/23 vs. OAK)
Leadoff (8): Franklin Gutierrez, 3 (4/3 @OAK, 4/5 @CWS, 4/11 vs. TEX); Michael Saunders, 2 (4/29
vs. BAL, 5/3 @TOR); Jason Bay, 2 (5/27 vs. SD, 7/3 @TEX); Brad Miller (8/13 @TB)
Game-Ending (1): Kendrys Morales (6/23 vs. OAK)
Game-Winning in Last AB on Road (1): Kyle Seager (7/3 at TEX)
Multi (13): M. Morse, 2 (4/2 @OAK); M. Saunders, 2x, 2 (5/4 @TOR & 8/3 at BAL); R. Ibañez, 3x, 2
(5/15 @NYY, 6/23 vs. OAK & 7/12 vs. BOS); N. Franklin, 2x, 2 (5/30 @SD, 7/28 vs. MIN); J. Bay, 2
(6/1 @MIN), K. Morales, 2x, 2 (7/2 @TEX & 7/9 vs. BOS), B. Miller, 2x, 2 (7/19 @HOU & 8/13 @TB)

Player
Solo 2R 3R GS Total
Ackley
-- -- -- 1 1
Bay
11 -- -- -- 11
Blanco
1 -- -- 2 3
Chavez
1 1 -- -- 2
Franklin
4 2 3 1 10
Gutierrez
5 -- -- -- 5
Ibañez
14 7 2 1 24
Miller
2 1 1
-- 4
Montero
1 2 -- -- 3
Morales 11 3 3 -- 17
Morse
8 2 2 -- 12
Peguero
1 -- -- -- 1
Quintero
1 1 -- -- 2
Ryan
2 1 -- -- 3
Saunders 5 4 1 -- 10
Seager
7 8 1 1 17
Shoppach 2 1 -- -- 3
Smoak
9 3 1 -- 13
Zunino
2 -- -- -- 2
Team
86 37 14 6 143

Runs via HR:
226

DISABLED LIST
Name
Mike Zunino-c
Franklin Gutierrez-of
Jesus Sucre-c
Stephen Pryor-rhp
Michael Morse-of
Franklin Gutierrez-of
Michael Saunders-of
Justin Smoak-1b
Josh Kinney-rhp

TYPE
15-Day
15-Day
15-Day
60-Day
15-Day
60-Day
15-Day
15-Day
60-Day

DL Dates
Date Eligible
July 26-current
Aug. 10
June 25 (retro to 6/24)-cur. July 8
June 8 (retro to 6/6)-cur.
June 21
April 15-current
June 14
June 22 (retro to 6/21)-July 29
April 23-June 21
---
April 11-28
---
June 2 (retro to 5/30)-6/17 ---
April 1-June 28
---

STARTS BY POSITION (Team Record)

Injury
Broken hamate bone, left wrist
Right hamstring strain
Left wrist bone contusion
Tear in right latissimus dorsi muscle
Right quad strain
Right hamstring strain
Sprained AC joint, right shoulder
Strained right oblique
Stress reaction in the third rib on his left side

G Missed
16
41
58
104
31
54
17
18
79

Team Record
6-10
30-20
29-29
49-55
18-13
24-30
7-10
9-9
34-45

STARTS BY BATTING ORDER (Team Record)

1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF C DH

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Ackley
--
19-23
-- --
1-2
16-6 -- -- -Ackley
-- 2-5 --
-- 2-0 1-1 10-11 15-12 6-2
Andino
-- 2-6 6-5 1-2 -- -- -- -- -Andino
-- -- -- -- -- -- 0-1 4-7 5-5
Bantz
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- 0-1 -Bantz
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 0-1
Bay
-- -- -- --
14-17
-- 9-10
-- -Bay
4-9 10-9 -- -- 2-3 2-2 3-3 2-1 -Blanco
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- 6-10 -Blanco
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- 2-3 4-8
Chavez
-- -- -- --
2-1
9-11
16-16
-- -Chavez
19-19
1-3 -- -- -- 1-0 4-3 2-3 -Franklin
--
29-29
-- -- -- -- -- -- -Franklin
--
23-22
-- --
0-1
4-4
2-2 -- -Gutierrez -- -- -- -- --
6-9 -- -- -Gutierrez 3-7
1-2 -- --
1-0
1-0 -- -- -Ibañez
-- -- -- --
32-40
-- 0-1 --
10-6
Ibañez
--
-- 15-10 5-3 17-20 4-13 1-1 --
-Liddi
1-3
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -Liddi
-- -- -- -- --
0-1 -- 0-1
1-1
Miller
--
3-3
18-13
-- -- -- -- -- -Miller
18-14
0-1 -- -- -- -- -- 0-1 3-0
Montero
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
15-10
1-0
Montero
-- -- -- --
2-1
2-2
9-4
3-3 -Morales 17-10
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
34-50
Morales
-- --
18-20
33-40
-- -- -- -- -Morse
2-4 -- -- -- 4-2 -- 16-31 -- 5-2
Morse
-- -- 0-2
16-20
7-12
4-5 -- -- -Peguero
-- -- -- -- -- -- 2-0 -- -Peguero
-- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0 1-0 -Quintero
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- 3-6 -Quintero
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- 0-1 3-5
Ryan
-- -- 31-43 -- -- -- -- -- -Ryan
-- 1-0 -- -- -- -- -- 4-6
26-37
Saunders -- -- -- --
2-1
24-37
12-5
-- -Saunders
11-14 3-2 --
-- 1-2 4-5 13-11 4-9 2-0
Seager
-- -- --
54-61
-- -- -- -- -Seager
-- 14-19 22-31 -- 14-8 4-2 0-1 --
-Shoppach -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 9-23 -Shoppach -- -- -- --
1-1
5-5
1-8
2-9 -Smoak 35-46
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-2
Smoak
-- -- -- 1-0
8-15
22-21
5-12
-- -Sucre
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- 5-3 -Sucre
-- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0 4-3 -Triunfel
--
2-2
0-2 -- -- -- -- -- -Triunfel
-- -- -- -- -- -- 0-1 1-1 1-2
Zunino
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- 17-10 -Zunino
-- -- -- -- --
1-2
5-5
11-3
--
STARTING PITCHER - Hernandez (13-12), Iwakuma (14-11), J. Saunders (10-14), Maurer (2-8), Beavan (1-1), Harang (7-12), Noesi (1-0), Bonderman (3-4), Ramirez (4-1)

MARINERS MULTI-HIT GAMES:

MARINERS MULTI-RBI GAMES:

Player
Ackley
Andino
Bay
Blanco
Chavez
Franklin
Gutierrez
Ibañez
Miller
Montero
Morales
Morse
Peguero
Quintero
Ryan
Saunders
Seager
Smoak
Sucre
Triunfel
Zunino
Team

Player
Ackley
Andino
Bay
Blanco
Chavez
Franklin
Gutierrez
Ibañez
Miller
Montero
Morales
Morse
Peguero
Quintero
Ryan
Saunders
Seager
Smoak
Sucre
Triunfel
Zunino
Team

2 3 4 5 Total
6 5 -- -- 11
3 -- -- -- 3
7 1 -- -- 8
-- -- -- -- 0
16 1 -- -- 17
9 5 -- -- 14
2 1 -- -- 3
20 2 1 -- 23
11 4 -- -- 15
5 -- -- -- 5
23 10 2 -- 35
15 2 -- -- 17
-- -- -- -- 0
3 -- -- -- 3
8 1 -- -- 9
12 2 -- -- 14
21 10 1 -- 32
18 3 -- -- 21
1 -- -- -- 1
-- -- -- -- 0
4 1 -- -- 5
186 50 4 0 240

OUTFIELD ASSISTS:

Player A
Saunders......................................................7
Ibañez...........................................................5
Chavez..........................................................4
Bay...............................................................2
Ackley...........................................................1

THE CATCHER’S BOX:
Catcher Record G/GS SB CCS CS% PB
Bantz
0-1 1/1 2 0 0.0 0
Blanco 6-10 18/16 3 3 50.0 2
Montero 15-10 26/25 23 1 4.2 3
Quintero 3-6 9/9 3 3 50.0 2
Shoppach
9-23
35/32
17
8
32.0
2
Sucre
5-3 8/8 2 0 0.0 0
Zunino 17-10 28/27 7
2 22.2 1
Team
55-63 118 57 17 23.0 10

GAME-WINNING/2-OUT RBI:

2 3 4 5+ Total Player GWRBI
3 -- 1 -- 4
Morales................................................................... 10
-- -- -- -- 0
Ibañez / Zunino......................................................... 5
4 -- --
-- 4
Franklin / Morse / Seager......................................... 4
1 -- 2 -- 3
Bay / Saunders / Ackley........................................... 3
3 -- --
-- 3
Ryan / Smoak / Blanco............................................ 2
4 3 2 -- 9
Andino/Gutierrez/Montero/Peguero/Quintero.......... 1
2 1 -- -- 3
6 5 1 1 13
Player
2-Out RBI
3 -- 1 1 5
Ibañez .................................................................... 19
1 1 -- -- 2
Morales................................................................... 18
9 4 -- 1 14
Seager.................................................................... 18
3 1 1 -- 5
Smoak.................................................................... 18
-- -- -- -- 0
Franklin .................................................................. 13
-- 1 --
-- 1
Morse / Saunders................................................... 10
3 -- --
-- 3
Blanco...................................................................... 9
6 3 -- 1 10
Bay / Miller............................................................... 7
10 4 1 -- 15
Ackley....................................................................... 6
7 -- 1 -- 8
Ryan / Chavez.......................................................... 5
-- -- -- -- 0
Zunino...................................................................... 3
-- -- -- -- 0
-- -- -- -- 0
Shoppach / Quintero................................................ 2
67 23 10 4 104
Andino / Montero / Sucre / Triunfel.......................... 1

LONGEST HITTING STREAKS (8+ Games):

Player
GM
Dates
Stats
Seager*
16
4/11-27
.390/23x59, 9 R, 7 2B, 3 HR, 11 RBI
Seager
15
6/30-7/19 .421/24x57, 17 R, 2 2B, 6 HR, 12 RBI, 8 BB, 2 HBP
Seager
13
5/28-6/9
.372/19x51, 6 R, 3 2B, 2 HR, 6 RBI, HB, SB
Ibañez
13
6/22-7/8
.364/20x55, 2B, 3B, 8 HR, 15 RBI, 12 R, 5 BB
Ackley
10
4/20-30
.417/15x36, 4 R, 2 2B
Saunders 10
7/8-21
.351/13x37, 10 R, 5 2B, 3B, HR, 11 RBI, HBP, SB
Smoak
9
7/30-8/9
.394/13x33, 9 R, 3 2B, 3 HR, 7 RBI, 5 BB
Chavez
8
6/9-18
.387/12x31, 5 R, 2 2B, 2 RBI
Morales
8
5/30-6/6
.371/13x35, 5 R, 2 2B, 6 RBI
Morales
8
5/20-28
.472/17x36, 6 R, 7 2B, HR, 9 RBI, BB
Morales
8
5/10-18
.312/10x32, 5 R, 2 2B, 2 HR, 6 RBI
Saunders 8
4/2-29
.321/9x28, 8 R, 2B, 3B, 2 HR, 3 SB
Chavez
8
4/21-28
.353/12x34, 3 R, 2 2B
* Career-high hitting streak

Bold = current hitting streak

2013 Mariners Game Notes • WEDNESDAY • August 14, 2013 • at Tampa bay rays • Page 6
MARINERS UPDATE
Overall Record.........................................55-63
Series Records.................................... 15-17-6
First Game of Series................................22-16
Second Game of Series..........................16-21
Third Game of Series..............................13-21
Fourth Game of Series................................4-5
Leading After 6..........................................44-5
Trailing After 6............................................4-44
Tied After 6.................................................7-14
Leading After 7..........................................49-4
Trailing After 7............................................1-48
Tied After 7.................................................5-11
Leading After 8..........................................49-4
Trailing After 8............................................0-49
Tied After 8.................................................6-10
Score First................................................39-20
Come-from-behind wins.............................. 22
Last at-bat W/L (walk-off)................ 8-17 (3-8)
Hit a home run.........................................48-37
No home runs............................................7-26
Scoring 4 or more runs...........................39-18
Scoring less than 4 runs.........................16-45
Score in 3 or more innings......................36-17
Out-hit opponent.....................................40-16
Out-hit by opponent................................11-41
Hits even.......................................................4-6
Lineups Used.............................................. 102
Players Used (Pitchers)......................... 43 (19)
Safeco Field Roof Open..........................23-27
Safeco Field Roof Closed...........................5-3
Safeco Field Roof Moved............................2-3
Northwest Green Jersey...........................10-7
Astro Navy Jersey........................................5-6
Safeco Field Sellouts..............................1 (1-0)
2012 after 118 games..............................54-64
2012 after 119 games..............................55-64
2012 after 120 games..............................56-64
Best ever after 118 games..............85-33 (‘01)
Best ever after 119 games..............86-33 (‘01)
Best ever after 120 games..............87-33 (‘01)
April...........................................................12-17
May...........................................................12-14
June..........................................................11-16
July............................................................15-10
August..........................................................5-6
September....................................................0-0
Monday.........................................................9-3
Tuesday......................................................7-12
Wednesday.................................................5-12
Thursday.......................................................5-8
Friday..........................................................11-8
Saturday.....................................................7-12
Sunday........................................................11-8
1-Run Games/2-Run Games......... 16-19/12-7
Extra Innings..............................................6-10
Average Time of Game (9-inn.)................. 2:56
Postponements............................................. --

2013 MARINERS HIGHS & LOWS
CLUB

LONGEST WINNING STREAK................................................................................................................8, July 12-23
LONGEST LOSING STREAK................................................................................................................. 8, May 17-25
MOST RUNS, GAME:
Mariners.......................................................................................................................12, 2x, last: July 21 at Houston
Opponents................................................................................................................................ 16, April 9 vs. Houston
MOST RUNS, INNING:
Mariners..................................................................................................... 7, 2x, last: July 21 at Houston (2nd inning)
Opponents................................................................................................. 7, June 17 at Los Angeles (AL) (6th inning)
MOST HITS, 9-INNING GAME:
Mariners........................................................................................................................... 16, May 15 at New York (AL)
Opponents................................................................................................................................ 22, April 9 vs. Houston
FEWEST HITS, 9-INNING GAME:
Mariners...................................................................................................................................... 1, July 20 at Houston
Opponents............................................................................................................................... 2, June 11 vs. Houston
MOST HITS, INNING:
Mariners.............................................................................................................. 7, July 25 vs. Minnesota (2nd inning)
Opponents......................................................................................................8, June 6 vs. New York (AL) (3rd inning)
MOST DOUBLES, GAME:
Mariners.................................................................................................................... 6, 2x, last: July 25 vs. Minnesota
Opponents...........................................................................................................6, 2x, last: June 30 vs. Chicago (NL)
MOST TRIPLES, GAME:
Mariners...................................................................................................................................... 2, July 5 at Cincinnati
Opponents.....................................................................................................................2, 2x, last: July 19 at Houston
MOST HOME RUNS, GAME:
Mariners................................................................................................................................... 5, May 30 at San Diego
Opponents....................................................................................................................... 5, 3x, last: July 9 vs. Boston
MOST STOLEN BASES, GAME:
Mariners...............................................................................................................2, 7x, last: June 29 vs. Chicago (NL)
Opponents..................................................................................................................................... 4, May 5 at Toronto
MOST ERRORS, GAME:
Mariners................................................................................................................................... 4, August 6 vs. Toronto
Opponents............................................................................................................. 3, 2x, last: August 9 vs. Milwaukee
MOST DOUBLE PLAYS TURNED, GAME:
Mariners.............................................................................................................................................4, July 2 at Texas
Opponents...........................................................................................................................6, June 5 vs. Chicago (AL)
MOST STRIKEOUTS, 9-INNING GAME:
Mariners hitters......................................................................................................................... 14, July 6 at Cincinnati
Opponents hitters...................................................................................................................... 16, April 16 vs. Detroit
MOST WALKS, 9-INNING GAME:
Mariners hitters..............................................................................................................8, 2x, last: July 19 at Houston
Opponents hitters...................................................................................................................8, July 27 vs. Minnesota
MOST LEFT ON BASE, 9-INNING GAME:
Mariners............................................................................................................................. 13, 2x, last: July 4 at Texas
Opponents................................................................................................................ 12, 2x, last: August 7 vs. Toronto
LARGEST DEFICIT OVERCOME IN WIN............................................ 5, August 7 vs. Toronto (trailed 7-2, won 9-7)
LARGEST LEAD GIVEN UP IN LOSS............................. 7, June 20 at Los Angeles (AL) (led 7-0 and 8-1, lost 9-10)
LARGEST WINNING MARGIN.............................................................................10, May 15 at New York (AL) (12-2)
LARGEST LOSING MARGIN.......................................................................... 12, May 21 at Los Angeles (AL) (0-12)
LONGEST GAME, INNINGS, HOME............................................................................16.0, June 5 vs. Chicago (AL)
LONGEST GAME, INNINGS, ROAD...................................................................................... 15.0, July 31 at Boston
SHORTEST GAME, 9-INNINGS, HOME.................................................................... 2:11, August 11 vs. Milwaukee
SHORTEST GAME, 9-INNINGS, ROAD................................................................................. 2:17, May 3 at Toronto
LONGEST GAME, 9-INNINGS, HOME................................................................................... 3:44, July 9 vs. Boston
LONGEST GAME, 9-INNINGS, ROAD................................................................................. 3:46, July 19 at Houston
LONGEST GAME, EXTRA-INNINGS, HOME...............................................................5:42, June 5 vs. Chicago (AL)
LONGEST GAME, EXTRA-INNINGS, ROAD......................................................................... 5:03, July 31 at Boston
LARGEST CROWD, HOME.................................................................................... 46,027, August 10 vs. Milwaukee
SMALLEST CROWD, HOME......................................................................................... 9,818, April 29 vs. Baltimore
LARGEST CROWD, ROAD.....................................................................................................46,476, July 4 at Texas
SMALLEST CROWD, ROAD............................................................................................11,686, April 24 at Houston

INDIVIDUAL BATTING

LONGEST HITTING STREAK...........................................................................................................................................................................16 games, Kyle Seager (April 11-27)
MOST HITS, GAME................................................................................................................................................................... 4, 4x, last: Kendrys Morales, August 2 at Baltimore
MOST RUNS, GAME............................................................................................................................................................................. 3, 5x, last: Mike Zunino, July 19 at Houston
MOST DOUBLES, GAME................................................................................................................................................................ 2, 16x, last: Raul Ibañez, August 4 at Baltimore
MOST TRIPLES, GAME........................................................................................................................................................................................ 2, Brad Miller, July 5 at Cincinnati
MOST HOME RUNS, GAME............................................................................................................................................................2, 13x, last: Brad Miller, August 13, at Houston
MOST EXTRA BASE HITS, GAME........................................................................................................................3, 3x, last: Raul Ibañez (2B, 2 HR), July 12 vs. Los Angeles (AL)
MOST RBI, 9-INNING GAME............................................................................................................................................................... 6, 2x, last: Kendrys Morales, July 2 at Texas
MOST RBI, EXTRA-INNING GAME.............................................................................................................................................................4, Kyle Seager, June 5 vs. Chicago (AL)
MOST STOLEN BASES, GAME................................................................................................................................................... 2, 4x, last: Nick Franklin, June 5 vs. Chicago (AL)
GRAND SLAMS (6)............ Dustin Ackley (May 4 at Toronto), Raul Ibañez (May 15 at New York-AL), Kyle Seager (June 5 vs. Chicago-AL), Henry Blanco (June 15 at Oakland),
............................................................................................................................................................... Nick Franklin (July 21 at Houston) and Henry Blanco (August 1 at Boston)

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING

FEWEST HITS ALLOWED (CG):
Mariners.......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2, Aaron Harang, June 11 vs. Houston
Opponents...................................................................................................................................................................................................4, Wily Peralta, August 11 vs. Milwaukee
MOST STRIKEOUTS, GAME (Starter):
Mariners........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 12, Felix Hernandez, April 17 vs. Detroit
Opponents............................................................................................................................................................................................ 12, 3x, last: Eric Stults, May 29 at San Diego
MOST STRIKEOUTS, GAME (Reliever):
Mariners........................................................................................................................................................................................5, 3x, last: Danny Farquhar, July 28 vs. Minnesota
Opponents.........................................................................................................................................................................5, 3x, last: Garrett Richards, July 12 vs. Los Angeles (AL)
MOST WALKS, GAME:
Mariners......................................................................................................................................................................................... 5, 2x, last: Brandon Maurer, August 7 vs. Toronto
Opponents....................................................................................................................................................................................5, 2x, last: Dylan Axelrod, June 5 vs. Chicago (AL)
MOST INNINGS, GAME, STARTER:
Mariners.................................................................................................................................................................................... 9.0, 4x, last: Felix Hernandez, July 26 vs. Minnesota
Opponents.................................................................................................................................................................................. 8.0, 7x, last: Wily Peralta, August 11 vs. Milwaukee
MOST INNINGS, GAME, RELIEVER
Mariners.................................................................................................................................................................................................6.2, Blake Beavan, June 6 vs. New York (AL)
Opponents.........................................................................................................................................................................................5.2, 2x, last: Steven Wright, July 11 vs. Boston
LONGEST WINNING STREAK:......................................................................................................................................................................... 6, Felix Hernandez (May 30-July 21)
LONGEST LOSING STREAK:........................................................................................................................................................................4, Brandon Maurer (April 30-August 7)
MOST CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS INNINGS:
Overall.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................24.0, Felix Hernandez (July 8-26)
Starter......................................................................................................................................................................................................................24.0, Felix Hernandez (July 8-26)
Reliever...........................................................................................................................................................................................................16.0, Tom Wilhelmsen (April 8-May 16)
#Club Record

^Ties Club Record

2013 Mariners Game Notes • WEDNESDAY • August 14, 2013 • at Tampa bay rays • Page 7

2013 MARINERS DAY-BY-DAYS
G
D
D/N OPP   W  / L
SCORE WINNER/LOSER/SAVE
REC.
POS GA/GB CLUBS
TIME
1
4/1 N @OAK
W
2-0
Hernandez (1-0)/Anderson/Wilhelmsen (1)
1-0
T1
--
HOU/LAA 2:46
2
4/2 N @OAK
W
7-1
Iwakuma (1-0)/Parker
2-0
1
+0.5
--
3:16
3
4/3 N @OAK L
2-6
Milone/Saunders (0-1)
2-1
T1
--
TEX
2:50
4
4/4 D @OAK L
2-8
Griffin/Maurer (0-1)
2-2
T2
0.5
TEX
2:32
3-2
T2
0.5
TEX
3:42
5 4/5 N @CWS W 8-7 (10) Loe (1-0)/Jones/Wilhelmsen (2)
6
4/6 D @CWS L
3-4
Axelrod/Hernandez (1-1)/Reed
3-3
3
1.0
OAK
3:07
3-4
3
2.0
OAK
2:52
7 4/7 D @CWS L 3-4 (10) Reed/Loe (1-1)
8
4/8 N HOU
W
3-0
Saunders (1-1)/Humber/Wilhelmsen (3)
4-4
3
1.5
OAK/TEX 2:40
9
4/9 N HOU L
9-16
Clemens/Maurer (0-2)
4-5
3
2.5
OAK/TEX 3:36
10 4/10 N HOU L
3-8
Peacock/Beavan (0-1)
4-6
3
3.5
OAK
3:38
11 4/11 N TEX L
3-4
Ortiz/Hernandez (1-2)/Nathan
4-7
T3
4.5
OAK
3:11
12 4/12 N TEX
W
3-1
Iwakuma (2-0)/Darvish/Wilhelmsen (4)
5-7
T3
4.5
OAK
2:43
13 4/13 N TEX L
1-3
Ortiz/Capps (0-1)/Nathan
5-8
T3
4.5
OAK
2:55
14 4/14 D TEX
W
4-3
Maurer (1-2)/Tepesch/Wilhelmsen (5)
6-8
3
3.5
OAK
2:59

4/15
Off Day
6-8
3
4.0
OAK
15 4/16 N DET L
2-6
Fister/Harang (0-1)
6-9
3
5.0
OAK
3:11
6-10
3
6.0
OAK
4:27
16 4/17 N DET L 1-2 (14) Smyly/Furbush (0-1)/Benoit
17 4/18 D DET
W
2-0
Capps (1-0)/Verlander/Wilhelmsen (6)
7-10
3
5.5
OAK
2:52
18 4/19 N @TEX L
0-7
Darvish/Saunders (1-2)
7-11
3
5.5
OAK
2:44
19 4/20 N @TEX L
0-5
Lowe/Maurer (1-2)
7-12
4
5.5
OAK
2:32
20 4/21 D @TEX L
3-11
Grimm/Harang (0-2)/Kirkman
7-13
4
6.0
TEX
3:07
21 4/22 N @HOU
W
7-1
Hernandez (2-2)/Peacock
8-13
4
6.0
TEX
3:05
22 4/23 N @HOU L
2-3
Norris/Iwakuma (2-1)/Veras
8-14
4
6.0
TEX
3:13
23 4/24 D @HOU L
3-10
Harrell/Saunders (1-3)
8-15
T4
7.0
TEX
2:44
24 4/25 N LAA
W
6-0
Maurer (2-3)/Richards
9-15
4
7.0
TEX
2:29
25 4/26 N LAA L
3-6
Wilson/Harang (0-3)/Frieri
9-16
4
8.0
TEX
3:34
26 4/27 N LAA
W
3-2
Hernandez (3-2)/Blanton/Wilhelmsen (7)
10-16
4
7.0
TEX
2:37
27 4/28 D LAA
W
2-1
Capps (2-1)/VARGAS/Wilhelmsen (8)
11-16
3
6.0
TEX
2:31
28 4/29 N BAL
W
6-2
SAUNDERS (2-3)/Britton
12-16
3
5.5
TEX
2:12
29 4/30 N BAL L
2-7
Hammel/Maurer (2-4)
12-17
3
6.5
TEX
3:35
April (12-17)
Batting: .242 (236x975), 29 HR
Pitching: 12-17, 8 SV, 4.23 ERA (122 ER, 259.1 IP)
30 5/1 N BAL
W
8-3
Harang (1-3)/Chen
13-17
3
5.5
TEX
2:52

5/2
Off Day
3
5.0
TEX
31 5/3 N @TOR
W
4-0
Hernandez (4-2)/Romero
14-17
3
5.0
TEX
2:17
32 5/4 D @TOR
W
8-1
Iwakuma (3-1)/Dickey
15-17
3
5.0
TEX
2:28
33 5/5 D @TOR L
2-10
Morrow/Saunders (2-4)
15-18
3
6.0
TEX
2:27

5/6
Off Day
3
5.5
TEX
34 5/7 N @PIT L
1-4
Gomez/Harang (1-4)/Grilli
15-19
3
5.5
TEX
2:44
35 5/8 D @PIT
W
2-1
Hernandez (5-2)/Burnett/Wilhelmsen (9)
16-19
3
5.5
TEX
2:48

5/9
Off Day
3
5.5
TEX
36 5/10 N OAK
W
6-3
Iwakuma (4-1)/Straily/Wilhelmsen (10)
17-19
3
5.5
TEX
2:41
37 5/11 N OAK L
3-4
Parker /Maurer (2-5)/Balfour
17-20
3
6.5
TEX
3:12
38 5/12 D OAK
W
6-1
Saunders (3-4)/Milone
18-20
3
6.5
TEX
2:40

5/13
Off Day
3
6.0
TEX
39 5/14 N @NYY L
3-4
Kelley/Furbush (0-2)/Rivera
18-21
3
7.0
TEX
3:21
40 5/15 N @NYY
W
12-2
Iwakuma (5-1)/Hughes
19-21
T2
7.0
TEX
2:48
41 5/16 N @NYY
W
3-2
Perez (1-0)/Pettitte/Wilhelmsen (11)
20-21
2
7.0
TEX
3:26
20-22
3
7.0
TEX
3:37
42 5/17 N @CLE L 3-6 (10) Pestano/Luetge (0-1)
43 5/18 D @CLE L
4-5
C. Perez/O. Perez (1-1)
20-23
3
8.0
TEX
2:55
44 5/19 D @CLE L
0-6
Masterson/Hernandez (5-3)
20-24
3
9.0
TEX
2:39
20-25
3
9.0
TEX
3:48
45 5/20 D @CLE L 8-10 (10) Smith/Furbush (0-3)
46 5/21 N @LAA L
0-12
Williams/Harang (1-5)
20-26
3
9.0
TEX
2:47
47 5/22 D @LAA L
1-7
Wilson/Maurer (2-6)
20-27
3
10.0
TEX
2:44

5/23
Off Day
T3
10.0
TEX
48 5/24 N TEX L
5-9
Grimm/Saunders (3-5)/Nathan
20-28
4
11.0
TEX
3:08
49 5/25 N TEX L
2-5
Holland/Hernandez (5-4)/Nathan
20-29
4
12.0
TEX
3:27
21-29
4
11.0
TEX
4:09
50 5/26 D TEX
W 4-3 (13) Medina (1-0)/Kirkman
51 5/27 D SD
W
9-0
HARANG (2-5)/Richard
22-29
4
9.5
TEX
2:29
52 5/28 N SD L
1-6
Volquez/Maurer (2-7)
22-30
4
10.0
TEX
2:37
22-31
4
10.5
TEX
2:49
53 5/29 N @SD L 2-3 (10) Gregerson/Medina (1-1)
54 5/30 D @SD
W
7-1
Hernandez (6-4)/Cashner
23-31
4
10.5
TEX
2:34
55 5/31 N @MIN
W
3-0
Iwakuma (6-1)/Pelfrey/Wilhelmsen (12)
24-31
4
10.5
TEX
2:53
May (12-14)
Batting: .233 (207x890), 36 HR
Pitching: 12-14, 4 SV, 4.00 ERA (103 ER, 231.2 IP)
56 6/1 D @MIN L
4-5
Thielbar/Wilhelmsen (0-1)
24-32
4
10.5
TEX
3:05
57 6/2 D @MIN L
0-10
Diamond/Bonderman (0-1)
24-33
4
11.5
TEX
2:40
58 6/3 N CWS
W
4-2
Saunders (4-5)/Danks/Wilhelmsen (13)
25-33
T3
11.0
TEX
2:32
59 6/4 N CWS
W
7-4
Hernandez (7-4)/Peavy/Wilhelmsen (14)
26-33
T3
10.0
TEX
2:57
26-34
T3
11.0
TEX
5:42
60 6/5 D CWS L 5-7 (16) Reed/Noesi (0-1)
61 6/6 N NYY L
1-6
Hughes/Harang (2-6)
26-35
4
11.0
TEX
2:54
62 6/7 N NYY
W
4-1
Bonderman (1-1)/Kuroda/Wilhelmsen (15)
27-35
T3
10.5
OAK
3:06
63 6/8 D NYY L
1-3
Pettitte/Saunders (4-6)/Rivera
27-36
4
10.5
OAK
2:47
64 6/9 D NYY L
1-2
Robertson/Medina (1-2)/Rivera
27-37
4
11.0
TEX
3:12
65 6/10 N HOU
W
3-2
Iwakuma (7-1)/Keuchel/Wilhelmsen (16)
28-37
3
11.0
TEX
3:02
66 6/11 N HOU
W
4-0
HARANG (3-6)/Norris
29-37
3
10.0
OAK/TEX 2:15
67 6/12 N HOU L 1-6
Clemens/Wilhelmsen(0-2)
29-38
3
11.0
OAK
3:01

6/13
Off Day
3
11.5
OAK
68 6/14 N @OAK
W
3-2
Saunders (5-6)/Milone/Perez (1)
30-38
3
10.5
OAK
2:55
69 6/15 D @OAK
W
4-0
Hernandez (8-4)/Griffin
31-38
3
9.5
OAK
2:47
70 6/16 D @OAK L
2-10
Colon/Iwakuma (7-2)
31-39
3
10.5
OAK
2:59
71 6/17 N @LAA L
3-11
Vargas/Harang (3-7)
31-40
4
10.5
OAK
2:56
32-40
3
10.5
OAK
3:42
72 6/18 N @LAA W 3-2 (10) Furbush (1-3)/Richards/Medina (1)
73 6/19 N @LAA L
0-1
Wilson/Saunders (5-7)/Frieri
32-41
4
10.5
OAK
2:27
74 6/20 N @LAA L
9-10
Downs/Capps (2-2)/Frieri
32-42
4
10.5
OAK
3:36
75 6/21 N OAK L
3-6
Colon/Iwakuma (7-3)/Balfour
32-43
4
11.5
OAK
2:37
76 6/22 N OAK
W
7-5
Medina (2-2)/Cook
33-43
4
10.5
OAK/TEX 3:32
34-43
3
10.5
TEX
3:14
77 6/23 D OAK
W 6-3 (10) Perez (2-1)/Balfour

6/24
Off Day
34-43
3
10.5
TEX
78 6/25 N PIT L
4-9
Locke/Saunders (5-8)
34-44
4
10.5
TEX/OAK 3:00
79 6/26 D PIT L
2-4
Mazzaro/Furbush (1-4)/Melancon
34-45
4
11.5
TEX/OAK 2:56

6/27
Off Day
34-45
4
12.0
TEX
35-45
4
12.0
TEX
3:12
80 6/28 N CHI
W 5-4 (10) Medina (3-2)/Parker
35-46
4
12.0
TEX
3:32
81 6/29 D CHI L 3-5 (11) Villanueva/Perez (2-2)/Parker
82 6/30 D CHI L
6-7
Jackson/Bonderman (1-2)/Gregg
35-47
4
13.0
TEX
3:11
June (11-16)
Batting: .237 (220x938), 28 HR
Pitching: 11-16, 6 SV, 4.30 ERA (119 ER, 249.1 IP)

ATT
36,067
15,315
15,162
12,134
15,312
22,461
18,708
42,589
10,765
10,496
22,939
15,028
23,506
17,015
12,401
14,983
15,772
36,273
43,025
44,599
23,201
13,929
11,686
13,012
31,545
31,914
20,648
9,818
13,647
12,947
23,779
35,754
22,937
12,973
18,877
25,549
30,099
27,603
41,267
34,081
35,392
34,282
17,574
19,744
19,390
34,095
33,313
22,086
35,024
23,174
18,969
11,925
19,882
18,809
31,430
33,417
34,876
13,498
16,314
20,152
18,779
26,251
38,169
43,392
12,817
10,267
13,823
31,448
24,378
36,067
30,258
33,040
35,401
37,711
23,135
20,721
22,813
21,088
21,267
31,471
34,630
24,757

2013 Mariners Game Notes • WEDNESDAY • August 14, 2013 • at Tampa bay rays • Page 8
G
D
D/N OPP   W  / L
SCORE WINNER/LOSER/SAVE
REC.
POS GA/GB CLUBS
TIME

7/1
Off Day
35-47
4
13.0
TEX
83 7/2 N @TEX
W
9-2
Saunders (6-8)/Grimm
36-47
4
12.5
OAK
2:49
37-47
4
11.5
OAK
3:07
84 7/3 N @TEX W 4-2 (10) Furbush (2-4)/Ross/Wilhelmsen (17)
85 7/4 N @TEX L
4-5
Lindblom/Iwakuma (7-4)/Nathan
37-48
4
12.5
OAK
3:13
86 7/5 N @CIN
W
4-2
Harang (4-7)/Leake/Perez (2)
38-48
4
12.5
OAK
2:43
87 7/6 D @CIN L
4-13
Latos/Bonderman (1-3)
38-49
4
12.5
OAK
3:21
88 7/7 D @CIN
W
3-1
Saunders (7-8)/Arroyo/Wilhelmsen (18)
39-49
4
12.5
OAK
2:33
89 7/8 N BOS
W
11-4
Hernandez (9-4/Lester
40-49
4
12.5
OAK
3:21
90 7/9 N BOS L
8-11
Breslow/Beavan (0-2)/Uehara
40-50
4
13.5
OAK
3:44
91 7/10 N BOS L
4-11
Doubront/Harang (4-8)
40-51
4
13.5
OAK
3:23
40-52
4
14.0
OAK
4:04
92 7/11 D BOS L 7-8 (10) Wright/Wilhelmsen (0-3)/Uehara
93 7/12 N LAA
W
8-3
Saunders (8-8)/Williams
41-52
4
13.0
OAK
2:45
94 7/13 N LAA
W
6-0
Hernandez (10-4)/Weaver
42-52
4
13.0
OAK
2:57
95 7/14 D LAA
W
4-3
Iwakuma (8-4)/Blanton/Wilhelmsen (19)
43-52
4
13.0
OAK
2:51
7/15

7/16
All-Star Game at New York (NL)
AL 3, NL 0 (Felix Hernandez & Hisashi Iwakuma represented Seattle)
7/17
7/18
96 7/19 N @HOU
W
10-7
Saunders (9-8)/Norris/Wilhelmsen (20)
44-52
4
12.0
OAK
3:46
97 7/20 N @HOU
W
4-2
Iwakuma (9-4)/Bedard/Wilhelmsen (21)
45-52
4
11.0
OAK
2:58
98 7/21 D @HOU
W
12-5
Hernandez (11-4)/Lyles
46-52
4
11.0
OAK
3:29
99 7/22 N CLE
W
2-1
Harang (5-8/Jimenez/Wilhelmsen (22)
47-52
T3
11.0
OAK
2:45
100 7/23 N CLE
W
4-3
Ramirez (1-0)/McAllister/Wilhelmsen (23)
48-52
3
10.0
OAK
2:44
101 7/24 D CLE L
1-10
Kazmir/Saunders (9-9)
48-53
T3
11.0
OAK
2:49
102 7/25 N MIN
W
8-2
Iwakuma (10-4)/Correia
49-53
T3
10.0
OAK
3:03
49-54
T3
11.0
OAK
3:54
103 7/26 N MIN L 2-3 (13) Duensing/Medina (3-3)/Perkins
104 7/27 D MIN L
0-4
Deduno/Harang (5-9)
49-55
T3
12.0
OAK
3:15
105 7/28 D MIN
W
6-4
Ramirez (2-0)/Gibson/Wilhelmsen (24)
50-55
3
12.0
OAK
2:41

7/29
Off Day
50-55
3
12.5
OAK
106 7/30 N @BOS L
2-8
Workman/Saunders (9-10)
50-56
3
12.5
OAK
2:44
50-57
3
12.5
OAK
5:03
107 7/31 N @BOS L 4-5 (15) Britton/Luetge (0-2)
July (15-10)
Batting: .264 (238x902), 35 HR
Pitching: 15-10, 9 SV, 4.16 ERA (108 ER, 233.2 IP)
108 8/1 N @BOS L 7-8
Wright/Perez
50-58
3
13.0
OAK
3:17
109 8/2 N @BAL L
8-11
Tillman/Harang 5-10)/Johnson
50-59
4
13.0
OAK
2:45
110 8/3 N @BAL
W
8-4
Ramirez (3-0)/Feldman/Farquhar (1)
51-59
4
13.0
OAK
3:23
111 8/4 D @BAL
W
3-2
Saunders (10-10)/Chen/Farquhar (2)
52-59
3
12.0
OAK
2:50
112 8/5 N TOR L
1-3
Dickey/Iwakuma (10-5)/Janssen
52-60
3
12.5
OAK
2:43
113 8/6 N TOR L
2-7
Johnson/Hernandez (11-5)
52-61
3
12.5
OAK
2:56
114 8/7 D TOR
W
9-7
Maurer (3-7)/Loup/Farquhar (3)
53-61
3
11.5
OAK/TEX 3:35

8/8
Off Day
53-61
3
11.5
OAK/TEX
115 8/9 N MIL L
5-10
Lohse (8-7)/Saunders (10-11)
53-62
3
12.5
OAK/TEX 2:59
116 8/10 N MIL L
0-10
Gorzelanny/Iwakuma (10-6)
53-63
4
13.5
TEX
2:48
117 8/11 D MIL
W
2-0
Hernandez (12-5)/Peralta/Farquhar (4)
54-63
3
13.5
TEX
2:11

8/12
Off Day
3
14.0
TEX
118 8/13 N @TB
W
5-4
Ramirez (4-0)/Archer/Farquhar (5)
55-63
3
13.0
TEX
3:13
119 8/14 N @TB
RH Aaron Harang at LH David Price
120 8/15 N @TB
LH Joe Saunders at RH Alex Cobb
121 8/16 N @TEX
RH Hisashi Iwakuma vs. LH Derek Holland
122 8/17 N @TEX
RH Felix Hernandez vs. LH Martin Perez
123 8/18 D @TEX
RH Erasmo Ramirez vs. RH Yu Darvish
124 8/19 N @OAK
125 8/20 N @OAK
126 8/21 D @OAK

8/22
Off Day
127 8/23 N LAA
128 8/24 N LAA
129 8/25 D LAA
130 8/26 N TEX
131 8/27 N TEX
132 8/28 D TEX
133 8/29 N @HOU
134 8/30 N @HOU
135 8/31 N @HOU
August (5-6)
Batting: .262 (98x374), 15 HR
Pitching: 5-6, 5 SV, 5.27 ERA (57 ER, 97.1 IP)
136 9/1 D @HOU
137 9/2 D @KC
138 9/3 N @KC
139 9/4 N @KC
140 9/5 D @KC
141 9/6 N TB
142 9/7 N TB
143 9/8 D TB
144 9/9 N HOU
145 9/10 N HOU
146 9/11 N HOU

9/12
Off Day
147 9/13 N @STL
148 9/14 N @STL
149 9/15 D @STL
150 9/16 N @DET
151 9/17 N @DET
152 9/18 N @DET
153 9/19 D @DET
154 9/20 N @LAA
155 9/21 N @LAA
156 9/22 D @LAA
157 9/23 N KC
158 9/24 N KC
159 9/25 N KC

9/26
Off Day
160 9/27 N OAK
161 9/28 N OAK
162 9/29 D OAK
September (0-0)
Batting: .--- (---), 0 HR
Pitching: 0-0, 0 SV, -.-- ERA (-- ER, -- IP)

ATT
39,579
39,468
46,476
31,596
34,965
32,669
21,830
21,076
20,468
25,367
21,375
32,466
25,643

24,635
25,733
38,838
18,000
16,308
25,688
18,135
23,162
24,524
35,087
34,578
35,059
35,886
25,947
35,231
30,759
32,170
28,198
34,792
34,827
46,027
25,390
13,294

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