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Sunday, September 8, 2013

Safeco Field
TAMPA BAY RAYS (77-64) vs. SEATTLE MARINERS (65-77)

Game #143 (65-77)


Home #72 (33-38)

TODAYS GAME INFORMATION


Starting Pitchers: LHP Matt Moore (14-3, 3.41) vs. RHP Erasmo Ramirez (5-1, 5.07)
1:10 pm Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle / Mariners.com TV: ROOT SPORTS
Day
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday

Date
Sept. 9
Sept. 10
Sept. 11

Opp.
HOU
HOU
HOU

Time
7:10 pm
7:10 pm
7:10 pm

Mariners Pitcher
RH Taijuan Walker (1-0 3.60)
vs.
LH Joe Saunders (11-13, 4.95)
vs.
RH Felix Hernandez (12-9, 3.01)
vs.

Opposing Pitcher
RH Jarred Cosart (1-1, 2.13)
RH Jordan Lyles (6-7, 5.08)
RH Brad Peacock (4-5, 5.62)

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HOMESTAND HIGHLIGHTS
Featured events during the upcoming
6-game homestand include:
TODAY - Kids Eat Free / Felix Hernandez
Kids Cape / Run Around the Bases
Monday - BECU Family Night
Wednesday - BECU Family Night

BROADCAST REMINDER
Todays game vs. Tampa Bay will be
broadcast on 770 AM (KTTH) due to a
conflict with Seahawks football on 710
ESPN Seattle.

INSIDE THE NUMBERS

.309

Dustin Ackley is batting .309 (51x165)


with 18 R, 13 2B, 2 3B, 2 HR, 18 RBI in
49 games as an outfielder this season.

.625

Winning percentage (20-12) in Mike Zuninos starts behind the plate this season.

11

Mariners have had 11 different players


make their MLB debuts this season (including 3 starting pitchers); 11 is T5th
most in club history.

22

Home runs hit by Kyle Seager; hes the


first Mariners player since Raul Ibaez
(2005-08) & Adrian Beltre (2006-08) to hit
20+ HR in back-to-back seasons.

98

Career home runs by Kendrys Morales.

298

Career home runs by Raul Ibaez.

VS. THE RAYS


Today is the 6th of 6 games vs. the Rays
this season (3-2)Mariners went 4-6
vs. the Rays last season, going 2-1 at
Safeco FieldSeattle has dropped 4 of
last 5 season series vs. TB dating back
to 2008have won 4 straight home
games vs. the Rays.
Year
Home Road Totals
2012
2-1 2-5 4-6
2013
2-0 1-2 3-2
All-Time 41-32 35-32 76-64

MOST HR, AGE 41 SEASON


Rk Player
HR Year Age Tm
1. Ted Williams 29 1960 41 BOS
2. Barry Bonds 28 2007 42 SFG
3. Raul Ibaez 27 2013 41 SEA
4. Barry Bonds 26 2006 41 SFG
5. Darrell Evans 22 1988 41 DET

FAN APPRECIATION MONTH


As part of Fan Appreciation Month, Kids
Eat Free on the weekends, Season Ticket Holders receive a $10 credit (good for
concessions & merchandise) on each ticket & moresee Mariners.com for details.

TODAYS TILTMariners continue a 6-game homestand with the third (2-0) of 3 games vs. the
Tampa Bay Rays todaythe penultimate homestand of the 2013 season also includes 3 games
vs. HoustonSeattle was 4-4 on its recently completed trip to Houston (3-1) and Kansas City (1-3)
Seattle is 22-25 since the All-Star breaktodays game will be televised on ROOT SPORTS in high
definition & broadcast live on KTTH 770 Seattle & the Mariners Radio Network.
ODDS AND ENDSwon 2 straight after a 6-game home losing streakare 3-4 over last 7 games, but
won 6 of 10 following a 6-game losing streak (2nd-longest losing streak this season)34-33 vs. the AL
West, 14-17 vs. AL East, 10-17 vs. AL Central and 7-10 in Interleague playare 33-38 at Safeco Field
and 32-39 on the road (18-14 over last 32 road games).

Nothing Extra Seattle is 6-12 in extra innings this season, tying club-record for x-inn defeats (82).
In a Pinch Mariners pinch-hitters are batting .310 (18x58, 3 HR), best in the Majors.
K/9.0 IP Mariners relievers lead the Majors averaging 9.71 K/9.0 IPDanny Farquhar (5th, 13.14),
Oliver Perez (7th, 12.73) and Charlie Furbush (12th, 11.68) are among AL leaders.
Early & Late Homers Mariners have hit 52 HR in 7th inning or later, 2nd in the AL (BAL - 55)lead
MLB with 26 HR in the first inning (8 leadoff)rank 2nd in AL with 6 HR in extra innings.
Brad Miller has 5 extra base hits (2B - 2, 3B - 2, HR -1) as the first batter of the game (home or road).
20 Straight -- today is day 17 (6-10) of 20 straight days with a game for Seattle, Aug. 23-Sept. 11.
Ibaez Safeco HR Raul Ibaez is all-time Safeco Field HR leader with 83 HR, including 78 hit in a
Mariners uniformhe has hit 17 of 27 home runs this season at home.

MORALES GWRBI IN BUNCHES...Kendrys Morales recorded his team-leading 14th gamewinning RBI last night...Morales is tied for 5th in the AL in GWRBI and tied for 13th-most in singleseason club history...Morales has plated the eventual game-winning run in 3 of the Mariners last 4
victories (and 4 of last 8).
KIDS TABLE (FOR 3) PLEASEJames Paxton (born 11/6/88) made his MLB debut last night; he joins
Erasmo Ramirez (5/2/90) and Taijuan Walker (8/13/92) in the Mariners rotation...Taijuan is 21 years, 26 days
old today; Erasmo is 23.135 today and James is 24.312...makes Felix Hernandez (27.160) a graybeard.
SWEEP STAKESa Mariners win today would give Seattle a 3-game sweep in this series...have
recorded just two 3-game series sweeps this season: vs. LAA July 12-14 (heading into the ASB) and at
HOU July 19-21 (coming out of the ASB)...have not swept Tampa since Aug. 7-9, 2006 (in Safeco Field).
STREAKERAbraham Almonte has recorded a hit in each of his first 6 games (w/an AB) in the Majors
(6x24/.250, 3 R, 2 2B, 3 RBI)hes the first Mariner since Alvin Davis set the club record in 1984 to
record a hit in at least each of the first 6 games of a MLB careerDavis (9G, 4/11/21/84) holds the club
record, trailed by Paul Serna (8G in 1981), Rod Craig (7G in 1979), Spike Owen (6G in 1983).
ABOUT LAST NIGHTJames Paxton became the third Mariners starting pitcher to throw at least
6.0 innings while allowing 1 ER or less in a Major League debuthe joins Blake Beavan (7.0 IP, 1 ER
7/3/11 vs. SD) and Erik Hanson (7.1 IP, 2 R, 0 ER 9/5/88 at MIN).
AGELESSRaul Ibaez hit his 27th home run of the season Friday, giving him homers in back-toback gamesRaul has 37 home runs since turning 40 on June 2, 2012 (last season), including 18
homers in 74 games as a 41-year-old (since 6/2/13)Raul hit only 28 home runs in 371 games prior
to turning 30APPROACHING 300Raul has recorded 298 career home runs, 2 short of 300 for his
career (154 hit in a Mariners uniform)his 27 home runs this season (T10th in AL) are 3rd-most in his
18-season MLB career (34 in 09 w/PHI & 33 in 06 w/SEA).
SPEED AND POWERKyle Seager collected his 30th double of the season Thursday to go with his
22 home runs19 different Mariners have put together seasons of at least 30 doubles and 20 homers,
including Kyle last season (35 doubles, 20 homers in 2012)the 19 players, including Kyle, have done
it 44 different timesKyle is just the 11th Mariners player to have more than one such seasonEdgar
Martinez did it 7 times, the most of any Seattle player.
EVERYDAY PLAYERKyle Seager has started 95 consecutive team games at third base (every
Seattle game since May 24)the 95 consecutive starts is a team record for 3B; previous was 86 by
Adrian Beltre, 8/16/05-5/17/06 Seagers streak is currently the 5th longest in MLB over the past 5
seasons, and the 2nd-longest active streak: Manny Machado (BAL) has started 192 (8/9/12-current).
HEY LEFTYKyle Seager has 22 home runs this season, including 10 home runs off left-handed
pitchingSeager is 2nd in the Majors for home runs by a left-handed batter off a left-handed pitcher,
trailing only Chris Davis (BAL, 13 of 48 HR vs. LHP)the 10 HR by a LH batter off a LH pitcher are
the most by a Mariners player since Russell Branyan also hit 10 in 2009Ken Griffey Jr. is the only
Mariners LH batter to hit more than 10 HR off a LHP in a season (6x, last: 21 HR in 1998).
LORD FARQUHARsince recording his first career save Aug. 3 at Baltimore, Danny Farquhar is 13for-14 in save opportunities and posted a 1.62 ERA (3 ER, 16.1 IP)since his first save, Farquhar leads
all MLB relievers with 13 saves.
2-OUT RBI LEADERSthe Mariners have 4 players with 20 or more 2-out RBI this seasonKendrys
Morales has the team lead with 24 2-out RBI and Justin Smoak has 22, while Raul Ibaez (21) and
Kyle Seager (20) each have 20+ 2-out RBI.
AS YOU KNOWthe Mariners swiped two bases on Friday, and another one last night, butBUT DID
YOU KNOW?Seattle has only swiped bases in 3 consecutive games once this season?...Seattle
stole exactly one base in each game May 7-10 (off on 5/9)...current streak is the 7th time this season
with steals in two or more consecutive games.

2013 Mariners Game Notes SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 8, 2013 VS. TAMPA BAY RAYS Page 2
TODAYS MARINERS STARTER
RHP ERASMO RAMIREZ
2013 Breakdown:


W-L ERA G/GS
IP H R ER BB SO HR
Overall 5-1 5.07 10/9 55.0 58 33 31 17 45 11
Home 2-1 6.20 5/4 24.2 31 18 17 10 20 4
Road
3-0 4.15 5/5 30.1 27 15 14 7 25 7
Starter 5-1 5.06 9/9 53.1 55 32 30 17 44 1 1
Reliever 0-0 5.40 1/0 1.2 3 1 1 0 1 0
vs. TB 1-0 6.75 1/1 5.1 7 4 4 1 7 2

Career Breakdown:


W-L ERA G/GS
IP H R ER BB SO HR
Overall 6-4 4.18 26/17 114.0 105 59 53 29 93 17
Home 2-3 4.36 12/8 53.2 48 28 26 14 44 5
Road
4-1 4.03 14/9 60.1 57 31 27 15 49 12
Starter 6-4 4.40 17/17 100.1 93 55 49 25 85 16
Reliever 0-0 2.63 9/0 13.2 12 4 4 4 8 1
vs. TB 1-0 6.00 2/1 6.0 8 4 4 1 7 2

RAMIREZs 2013 MLB APPEARANCES


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DT OPP SCR W-L
IP H R ER BB SO HR left PC-K
7/11 BOS 7-8 (10)
ND
4.2 6 7 7 4 4 1 7-5
101-54
7/23 CLE 4-3 W (1-0) 5.2 8 3 3 2 4 1 4-3
101-63
7/28 MIN 6-4 W (2-0) 6.0 7 4 4 2 6 1 5-4
106-65
JULY: 3 GS, 2-0, 7.71
16.1 21 14 14 8
14 3
8/3 @BAL
8-4 W (3-0) 6.0 4 4 4 0 6 2 6-2
96.63
8/9 MIL 5-10 ND
1.2 3 1 1 0 1 0 relief
31-20
8/13
@TB 5-4 W (4-0) 5.1 7 4 4 1 7 2 5-4
86-61
8/18
@TEX
4-3 ND
7.0 4 2 1 1 2 0 2-2
102-66
8/24 LAA 1-5 L (4-1) 6.2 7 3 2 2 5 1 0-3
112-75
8/29
@HOU
3-2 W (5-1) 5.2 5 2 2 2 7 1 3-2
104-71
AUGUST: 6 G/5 GS, 3-1, 3.90
32.1 30 16 14 6
28 6
9/3 @KC 3-4 ND
6.1 7 3 3 3 3 2 3-3
101-57
SEPTEMBER: 1G/GS, 0-0, 4.26
6.1 7 3 3 3 3 2

RAMIREZs 2013 SHORT-A MiLB STARTS


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DT OPP SCR W-L
IP H R ER BB SO HR left PC-K
7/17 VAN 7-6 ND
5.1 6 2 1 1 10 0 1-1
--JULY: 1 GS, 0-0, 1.69
5.1 6
2
1
1
10 0

ABOUT RAMIREZ
Pronounced: eh-RAS-moh ruh-MEER-ehz.
23-year-old right-hander is making his 11th appearance/10th start of the season (18th career MLB start),
RAMIREZs 2013 AAA MiLB STARTS
and 27th overall appearance today in the series finale
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vs. the Tampa Bay Rays.
DT OPP SCR W-L
IP H R ER BB SO HR left PC-K
Made his Major League debut 4/9/12 at Texas
6/2 SAC 2-9 L (0-1) 5.2 6 2 2 3 4 1 0-1
92-62
(3.0,2,1,1,1,3,HR)allowed a solo HR to J. Hamilton.
6/8 LAS 11-0 W (1-1) 7.0 5 0 0 1 7 0 11-0
92-67
Listed by Baseball America as the Mariners No. 13
6/13
@LAS
11-0 W (2-1) 8.0 5 0 0 0 7 0 9-0
86-64
prospect heading into the 2012 season.
6/18
@COL
1-4 L (2-2) 6.0 5 4 3 1 5 0 1-4
88-65
Signed by as a non-drafted free agent on 9/1/07
6/23 FRE 5-4 ND
5.2 5 4 3 2 10 1 2-3
104-65
6/29 LAS 1-4 L (2-3) 6.0 10 4 4 1 5 2 1-4
101-72
signed by scouts Ubaldo Heredia and Bob Engle.
JUNE: 6 GS, 2-3, 2.82
38.1 36 14 12 8
38 4
Named the 2011 Nicaragua Athlete of the Year by the
7/5 @SLC
7-5 W (3-3) 5.1 7 3 3 6 4 0 7-2
104-60
Instituto Nacional de Deportes (Institute of Sport).
JULY: 1 GS, 1-0, 5.28
5.1 7 3 3 6 4 0
One of 12 players born in Nicaragua to play in MLB
(9th pitcher).
RAMIREZs 2013 AA MiLB STARTS
Named Mariners MiL Pitcher of the Year in 2009 after
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going 11-1, 0.51 in 14 G (13 GS) with VSL Mariners.
DT OPP SCR W-L
IP H R ER BB SO HR left PC-K
Recorded first career win on Sept. 11, 2012 at TOR
5/28 HUN 5-4 ND
5.0 3 2 1 2 3 0 4-2
71-41
(7.0,6,2,2,1,6).
MAY: 1 GS, 0-0, 1.80
5.0 3
2
1
2
3
0
LAST TIME OUTrecorded a no-decision Sept. 3 at
Kansas City in the Mariners 4-3 lossleft the game with the score
LAST TIME (as starter)
tied 3-3allowed 7 hits and 3 runs, and matched his season-high LAST START/ND: 9/3, 3-4 at KC (6.1,7,3,3,3,3,2 HR)
allowing 2 home runs.
LAST WIN: 8/29, 3-2 at HOU (5.2,5,2,2,2,7,HR)
HOME RUN BUGhas been hurt by the home run this year, allowing at LAST LOSS: 8/24, 1-5 vs. LAA (6.2,7,3,2,2,5,HR)
least one HR in 8 of his 9 starts (11 total HR allowed)allowed only 6 LAST CG: None
home runs in 16 G/8 GS as a rookie in 201215 of 33 runs allowed LAST ShO: None
this season have come via the home run.
CAREER HIGHS (starter & relief)
STRIKEOUTStied his season high with 7 strikeouts 8/29 at Hous- INNINGS: 8.0, 2x, last: 9/18/12 vs. BAL
tonalso recorded 7 strikeouts in his start Aug. 13 at Tampa Bay HITS: 8, 7/23 vs. CLE
averaging 7.36 K/9.0 IP (45 Ks, 55.0 IP)only higher strikeout per- RUNS: 7, 7/11 vs. BOS
formance was a career-high 10 strikeouts June 25, 2012 vs. Oakland. STRIKEOUTS: 10, 6/25/12 vs. OAK
UNCHARACTERISTIC WALKSaveraging 2.78 BB/9.0 IP this season WALKS: 4, 2x, last: 7/11 vs. BOS
(17 BB, 55.0 IP)walked only 12 batters in 59.0 innings last season HOME RUNS: 2, 5x, last: 9/3 at KC
LOW-HIT GAME (CG): None
(1.83 BB/9.0 IP).
LONGEST WIN STREAK: 4, 7/23-8/13
A LITTLE HELP FROM HIS FRIENDSRamirez is the 5th Mariners LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 2, 6/14-25/12
pitcher ever to win 3 straight starts despite not having a quality start
during the streak, July 23-Aug. 3 (last: Jamie Moyer, 4/12-22/02)he
RAMIREZ vs. RAYS
is 5-1 and in each of his 5 wins has not recorded a quality startis Making his third career appearance and second start against the
averaging 6.08 runs of support per game in his 9 starts , which is the Raysis 1-0 with a 6.00 ERA vs. the Rays, earning a win 8/13 at
highest amongst all Mariners starters this season.
Tropicana Field (5.1,7,4,4,1,7,2 HR).
AS A STARTERis 6-4, 4.40 (49 ER, 100.1 IP) in 17 career starts
AVG AB H HR RBI BB SO
Y. Escobar .600 5 3 0 1 1 1
holds a 2.63 ERA (4 ER, 13.2 IP) in 9 career relief appearances.
D. Jennings .000 1 0 0 0 0 0
IN THE MINORSmade 1 start with AA Jackson on May 28 K. Johnson .200 5 1 0 0 0 2
(5.0,3,2,1,2,3) before being transferred to AAA Tacoma on June 1 M. Joyce .333 3 1 0 0 0 0
went 3-3 with a 3.09 ERA (15 ER, 43.2 IP) in 7 starts with Tacoma. J. Lobaton .000 2 0 0 0 0 1
stuck out a season-high 10 batters in 5.2 IP on June 23 vs. Fresno.
J. Loney .333 3 1 0 1 0 1
RETURN TO EVERETToptioned to Short-A Everett and made 1 start E. Longoria .333 3 1 0 0 0 1
during the All-Star break before being recalled to the Mariners on July J. Molina .000 1 0 0 0 0 0
W. Myers .000 3 0 0 0 0 1
23Ramirez made one start with the AquaSox to stay on normal rest S. Rodriguez
.000 1 0 0 0 0 0
through the All-Star break, allowing 2 runs (1 ER) and striking out 10 in L. Scott
.000 2 0 0 0 0 1
5.1 innings July 17 vs. the Vancouver Canadians.
D. Young .000 1 0 0 0 0 0
MINOR LEAGUE CAREERin 6 minor league seasons, is 44-20 (103 B. Zobrist .750 4 3 2 3 0 0
G/97 GS) with a 3.16 ERA (206 ER, 587.2 IP)has a career strikeout-walk ratio of 4.63 (472 K, 102 BB), and a 1.15 WHIP (walks+hits/innings pitched)played for the VSL Mariners in 2008 & 2009,
going 15-2 in 2 seasonsmade US debut with Clinton in 2010 going 10-4 and named the LumberKings Pitcher of the Year.
NICARAGUANborn 5/2/90 in Rivas, Nicaragua, Ramirez is one of three active MLB players born in Nicaraguaothers are Everth
Cabrera (SD) and Wilton Lopez (COL)J.C. Ramirez (PHI) spent time in the majors this year, but ended the season in AAA.
TOMORROWs STARTER: RHP TAIJUAN WALKER (1-0, 3.60)

21-year-old right-hander is making his 3rd Major League start tomorrow in the series opener vs. Houstonrecorded a ND in his last start 9/4
at Kansas City (5.0,4,4,4,2,2); all 4 runs allowed came in the 4th inningMariners are 2-0 in his first two MLB startsmade his MLB debut and
earned the win allowing 1 unearned run in 5.0 innings 8/30 at Houstonbecame the 3rd Mariners starting pitcher to not allow an earned run
in a MLB debut2013: Began this year at AA Jackson, where he was 4-7, 2.46 (23 ER, 84.0 IP) in 14 startsmade 11 starts at AAA Tacoma,
compiling a 5-3 mark with a 3.61 ERA (23 ER, 57.1 IP) in 11 startsallowed a total of 1 ER in last two GS, 8/20 vs. Colorado Springs and
8/25 at Tucson: 2-0, 0.82 (11.0 IP, 9 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 6 BB, 15 SO)Futures Game: Pitched for the US squad in the All-Star Futures Game 7/14
at Citi Field in New Yorkworked a scoreless 2nd inning, walking one batteralso pitched in the minor-league showcase in 2012, allowing
1 hit and striking out 1 batter in a scoreless inning in Kansas CityTop Prospect: Rated as the No. 5 prospect in MLB, and the top prospect
in the Mariners organizationYoung Hurler: Walker was 21 years, 17 days old when he made his Major League debut.

2013 Mariners Game Notes Sunday September 8, 2013 VS. TAMPA BAY RAYS Page 3

Season Totals
Starters
Relievers
Safeco
Road
April
May
June
July
August
September

TEAM PITCHING

W-L ERA CG/SV IP


H
R ER BB-I SO HR
65-77 4.28 4/40
1284.2
1290 656 611
402-39
1123 161
50-51 4.26 4/0 850.2 882 435 403
220-12 655 112
15-26 4.31 0/40
434.0 408 221 208
182-27 468 49
33-38 4.02 3/18
665.0 644 319 297
193-22 618 76
32-39 4.56 1/22
619.2 646 337 314
209-17 505 85
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
12-16 4.94 0/11
247.2 260 148 136 92-5 218 30
3-4
3.57
0/2 63.0 64 26 25
21-1 46 6

STARTING PITCHING BREAKDOWN CAN BE FOUND ON PAGE 9 OF GAME NOTES


MARINERS BULLPEN BRIEFS
PITCHER
58-Capps, rhp
40-Farquhar, rhp
41-Furbush, lhp
30-LaFromboise, lhp
44-Luetge, lhp
31-Medina, rhp
37-Maurer, rhp
45-Noesi, rhp^
59-Perez, lhp
57-Ruffin, rhp
54-Wilhelmsen, rhp
^relief only

LAST APP.
IP,H,R,ER,BB,K
LAST WIN
9/6 vs. TB
1.0,2,1,1,2,0 (W) 9/6 vs. TB
9/7 vs. TB
1.0,0,0,0,1,1
None
9/5 at KC
2.0,1,0,0,0,3
7/3 at TEX
7/21 at HOU
0.2,3,4,3,1,1
None
9/7 vs. TB
0.1,0,0,0,0,0
9/4 at KC
9/6 vs. TB
1.1,1,0,0,1,1 (H) 8/18 at TEX
9/5 at KC
1.1,4,3,3,0,1
8/20 at OAK
7/24 vs. CLE
2.1,2,3,3,2,1,HR-2 5/6/12 vs. MIN (GS)
9/6 vs. TB
0.0,0,0,0,1,0
6/23 vs. OAK
9/7 vs. TB
0.2,1,0,0,0,2
8/22/11 at CLE
9/7 vs. TB
1.0,0,0,0,2,0
8/18/12 vs. MIN
*as a starter

LAST SAVE
None
9/6 vs. TB
None
None
8/21/12 vs. CLE
6/18 at LAA
None
None
7/5 at CIN
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7/28 vs. MIN

LAST LOSS
8/19 at OAK
8/27 vs. TEX
9/1 at HOU
None
7/31 at BOS
9/3 at KC
5/28 vs. SD*
6/5/13 vs. CWS
6/29 vs. CHI
9/5 at KC
7/11 vs. BOS
Team Bullpen Totals

SV/OPP
0/2 (.000)
13/16 (.800)
0/3 (.000)
0/0 (---)
0/0 (---)
1/3 (.333)
0/0 (---)
0/0 (---)
2/3 (.667)
0/0 (---)
24/29 (.828)
40/57 (.702)

1st BF/RETIRED
45/33 (.733)
39/27 (.692)
61/41 (.672)
4/2 (.500)
28/16 (.571)
55/34 (.618)
8/5 (.625)
8/2 (.250)
53/31 (.585)
2/1 (.500)
50/35 (.700)
376/243 (.646)

RI/STRANDED
23/21 (.909)
15/9 (.600)
47/30 (.638)
1/1 (1.000)
18/10 (.556)
48/32 (.667)
5/4 (.800)
7/1 (.143)
34/23 (.676)
1/1 (1.000)
6/4 (.667)
224/151 (.674)

#58 - CARTER CAPPS, RHP


2013: 45 G, 3-3, 5.23 ERA, 0-2 SV, 7 HLD
Career-High IP: 2.1 (9/8/12 vs. OAK) 2013-High IP: 2.0-6x (last: 8/30 at HOU)

#37 - BRANDON MAURER, RHP

Stranded 21 of 23 runners he has inherited, currently 3rd-lowest inherited runners


scored percentage in franchise history (min. 20 IR).
Averaging 10.10 K/9.0 IP (58 K, 51.2 IP)...his 58 Ks are 12th-most in a single
season by a Mariners rookie reliever.
W#2 9/6 vs. TB, allowing 1 R on 2 H and 2 BB in 8th inning.
0 runs allowed over 5 G (8/23-9/4) 7.2 IP, 6 H, 10 K.
Matched season-high (6th time) w/2.0 IP 8/30 at HOU (1 H, 1 K).
L #3 8/19 at OAK, allowing a solo HR in B9th for walkoff loss (0.1 IP, 1 H, 1 ER).
In Tacoma July 11-Aug. 6 (0-0, 1.64 / 11.0 IP, 2 ER, 9 K, in 7 G w/Rainiers).
MLB W#1 4/18 vs. DETtossed 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: 39 G, 0-2, 4.20 ERA, 13-16 SV, 2 HLD

Pronunciation: yo-EHR-vis meh-DEE-nah.


Among AL rookie relievers, 1st in holds (17), 3rd in appearances (56), 3rd in
strikeouts (65) and 5th in K/9.0 IP (9.59).
56 G are T6th-most in club history by a rookie, along with Bill Wilkinson (1987)/Eric
OFlaherty (2007)...next: Brandon Morrow, 60 (2007).
Allowed 4 R (stranded 10 of 12 inherited runners) in last 18 G (21.0 IP/1.71 ERA).
MLB SV #1 6/18 at LAA w/1-2-3 10th (retired Pujols, Trumbo, Kendrick).
MLB W#1 5/26 vs. TEX; worked 1.2 ShO IP (12th/13th) in 4-3 win.
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.

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

13-of-14 save opps since moving into closer role, including 13 of last 15 wins.
Retired 61 of last 76 BF (30 Ks) since 7/28, including 16 straight (8/16-27).
Averaging 13.14 K/9.0 IP (72 K, 49.1 IP) to rank 5th among AL relievers.
SV#13 9/6 vs. TB, allowing 1 H in scoreless 9th inning.
Earned SV#12 9/4 at KC with perfect 9th inning.
L #2 8/27 vs. TEX (1.0 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 1 K); winning run scored on 2-out balk in 10th.
Recorded first loss of season and blown save with walk-off loss 8/14 at TB.
Had 10-game streak (14.2 IP) snapped of not allowing a run (7/21-8/13).
Retired 21 consec. BF, 7/28-8/7, T4th-longest amongst relievers in club history.
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).
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).

#41 - CHARLIE FURBUSH, LHP 2013: 61 G, 2-5, 3.16 ERA, 0-3 SV, 16 HLD
Career-High IP: 5.0 IP (5/27/11 vs. BOS)

2013-High IP: 3.0 (5/22 at LAA)

Leads team and T16th in AL with 61 relief appearances.


Averaging 11.68 K/9.0 IP (74 K, 57.0 IP) to rank 12th among AL relievers.
Stranded 30 of 47 inherited runners; stranded 11 of last 15 runners.
Allowed 5 ER over last 21 appearances (22.0 IP, 6 BB, 25 K/2.05 ERA).
L #5 9/1 at HOU; allowed 2 ER in 0.2 IP...team-leading 16th hold 8/29 at HOU.
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; Kd 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.
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).

#30 - BOBBY LAFROMBOISE, LHP 2013: 4 G, 0-0, 16.88 ERA, 0-0 SV, 1 HLD
2013/Career-High IP: 1.0 (2x, last: 4/16 vs. DET)



Last name pronunciation: lah-frahm-BOYCE


Making his third stint with the Mariners this season (April 10-18 & July 12-23
In 4 appearances with Seattle he has posted allowed 5 ER (16.88 ERA).
Made Major League debut 4/10 vs. HOU, tossing 1-2-3 9th inning, including
striking out the first 2 BF (Chris Carter and Carlos Pena).
Spent most of the season with AAA Tacoma, going 6-0 with 5 saves and a
3.39 ERA (23 ER, 61.0 IP) in 45 relief appearances.
#44 - LUCAS LUETGE, LHP

2013: 28 G, 1-2, 4.31 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.


20 of 28 appearances this season have been scoreless.
Has not allowed a R in last 7 appearances (7.2 IP)over last 4 G, 6.1 IP, 1 H.
W#1 of 2013, and first since 9/15/12 at TEX with 2.0 perfect IP 9/4 at KC.
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.
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.

2013: 17 G/10 GS, 4-7, 6.59 ERA, 0-0 SV, 0 HLD

2013-High IP (rel): 4.0 IP (8/28 vs. TEX) 2013-High IP (starter): 6.2 (4/20 at TEX)

Is 2-0, 5.68 in 7 appearances in relief...2-7, 6.93 as starter (10 GS, 49.1 IP, 38 ER).
W#2 in relief on 8/20 at OAK, tossing a scoreless 7th inning (H, HB, K).
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).
Began season in Mariners rotation; was 2-7, 6.93 in 10 GS w/Seattle.

#31 - YOERVIS MEDINA, RHP


2013: 56 G, 4-4, 2.56 ERA, 1-3 SV, 17 HLD
2013/Career-High IP: 2.1 (2x, last: 6/22 vs. OAK)

#45 - HECTOR NOESI, RHP

2013: 9 G/1 GS, 0-1, 5.64 ERA, 0-0 SV, 0 HLD

Career-High IP (rel): 6.0, 6/7/11 vs. BOS 2013-High IP: 3.1-2x (last: 4/26 vs. LAA)

Recalled from AAA Tacoma 9/3optioned to AAA on 7/26 (post-game).


In recent stint with Tacoma went 1-2, 4.62 ERA (19 ER, 37.0 IP) in 7 GS.
Allowed 2 HR (including GS to M. Bourn) in 2.1 IP 7/24 vs. CLE.
This is his 4th stint with SEA (4/18-5/17 & 5/27-6/5, 7/12-26, 9/3-current).
Recorded loss in 16-inning game 6/5 vs. CWS allowing 7 H, 3 R in 3.0 IP.
Worked season-high 4.1 IP (1 R/0 ER) as spot starter 4/16 at NYY.
Made 13 debut 4/21 at Texas with 3.1 scoreless IP (1 H, 2 K)retired final 10
batters he faced after leadoff double to I. Kinsler.
Was 1-0, 0.00 in 2 GS with AA Jackson (11.0 IP, 5 H, 0 R, 3 BB, 12 SO).
#59 - OLIVER PEREZ, LHP
2013: 53 G, 2-3, 3.86 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)







Retired 13 of 15 BF in last 3 outings (6 strikeouts).


Averaging 12.73 K/9.0 IP (66 SO, 46.2 IP) 7th in AL...Kd at least 1 BF in 38 of 53 G.
Has not allowed a run in 9 of last 10 appearances (8/5-current).
Was 0-1, 12.50 in 8 G 7/8-8/5 (6.2 IP, 13 H, 9 ER, 2 HR, 3 BB, 8 SO).
L #3 8/1 at BOS when 2 runners he left scored in B9th (0.1,2,2,2,0,1).
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.

#57 - CHANCE RUFFIN, RHP


2013: 2 G, 0-1, 3.86 ERA, 0-0 SV, 0 HLD
Career-High IP: 2.0-3x, last: 9/28/11 vs. OAK 2013-High IP: 1.2 (9/5 at KC)



L#1 of career/season 9/5 at KC allowing walk-off HR to M. Moustakas.


Appearance 9/5 at KC was first MLB appearance since 9/28/11 vs. OAK.
Recalled from AAA Tacoma on 9/3.
Split MiL season between AA Jackson (4-4, 3.90, 16 GS) and AAA Tacoma
(1-2, 3.94, 15 G/2 GS).
After moving back to bullpen w/Tacoma, posted 1.74 ERA in 13 appearances.
Father, Bruce, pitched 12 years in the Major Leagues.
#54 - TOM WILHELMSEN, RHP 2013: 50 G, 0-3, 4.22 ERA, 24-29 SV, 0 HLD
Career-High IP: 3.0 (6/12/12 at CWS) 2013-High IP: 2.0-2x (5/26 vs. TEX)
1.2 scoreless innings (3 G) since recall 9/1, allowing 1 H, 2 BB.
Recalled from AAA Tacoma 9/1...optioned to AAA Tacoma 8/5...was 0-1,
10.50 in 8 G, 2 GS, w/TAC (12.0 IP, 19 H, 14 R, 14 ER, 5 BB, 15 K, 3 HR).
53rd career save (#24 of 13) 7/28 vs. MIN (1.0,1,0,0,0,0) in 6-4 win.
Recorded 2nd straight 20-save season11th in AL w/24 saves.
8th in Mariners club history with 53 saves (7th is 56 saves).
Right-handed batters are 11-for-85/.129 this season (10 BB, 21 K).
SV#20 7/19 at HOU (1.1,2,1,1,0,2)3rd career save of more than 1.0 IP.
Converted 4 consec. SV ops, 6/3-6/10, after going 1x4 in save ops 5/20-6/1
(6 G, 0-1-1, 5.68)...in first 17 G allowed 1 run and was 11-for-11 in save opps.
BS #3/L #1 (3rd BS in last 4 save ops) 6/1 at MIN; allowed 3 R on 3 BB, SF, 3B.

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#13 - DUSTIN ACKLEY, OF/INF
Last Game: 1x2, BB, 9/6 vs. TB
Homestand: 1x2, BB

vs. Moore: .500 (3x26), K


Current Streak: 3 G (4x10)
Last HR: 8/28 vs. TEX (#3)

Season-Highs: streak: 10 (4/20-30)hits: 4 (8/30 at HOU)RBI: 4 (8/30 at HOU)

Career-high 4 hits and career-high-tying 4 RBI 8/30 at HOU.


Batting .336 (44x131) since the All-Star break (37 G) & hit .390 (30x77) in August.
Raised season avg. from .200 to .257 over last 50 G (.310/53x171).
Batting .556 (5x9, 10 RBI) with bases loaded this season; career .593 (16x27).
Mariners are 22-16 in 38 starts in center fieldfirst career GS in LF 8/1 at BOS.
HR #3 8/28 vs. TEX; finished day 2x4 w/2B, HR, 2 RBI.
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).

#36 - ABRAHAM ALMONTE, OF


Last Game: 1x2, R, RBI, BB, SB, sac., 9/7 vs. TB
Homestand: 1x2, R, RBI, BB, SB, sac.

vs. Moore: Never Faced


Current Streak: 6 G (6x24)
Last HR: ---

Season-Highs: streak: 6 (8/30-c)hits: 1-6x (9/7 vs. TB)RBI: 2 (8/30 at HOU)

Made MLB debut 8/30 at HOU (1x5, 2 RBI)became 7th player in Mariners history with 2+ RBI in MLB debut...recorded first career hit (1B) off Philip Humber
in the top of the 8th inning.
Has hit safely in each of his first 6 games, 1 of 5 Mariners to hit safely in at least
6 straight games to begin ML career.
Combined to bat .300 (132x440) with 23 2B, 6 3B, 15 HR, 68 RBI and 26 SB in
123 games with AA Jackson and AAA Tacoma.
In 94 games at AAA hit .314 (106x338) with 17 2B, 5 3B, 11 HR, 50 RBI, 20 SB.
Acquired from New York (AL) on 2/13/13 in exchange for RHP Shawn Kelley.
#33 - HENRY BLANCO, C
Last Game: 0x3, 9/5 at KC
Homestand: ---

vs. Moore: Never Faced


Current Streak: 0 G (0x23)
Last HR: 8/4 at BAL (#3)

Season-Highs: streak: 3 (7/30-8/4)hits: 1-18x (8/20 at OAK)RBI: 4-2x (8/1 at BOS)

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Named AL Player of the Week 7/22; 1st SEA rookie POW since Griffey in 89.
Recorded first 2 HR of MLB career 7/19 at HOU (3x5, 2 HR, 5 RBI).
Recorded first 2 hits of MLB career (both doubles off E. Jackson), 6/30 vs. CHI.
Selected from AAA Tacoma 6/28made MLB that night vs. CHI (0x3,RBI,BB,SB).

#8 - KENDRYS MORALES, DH/1B


Last Game: 3x4, R, HR, 2 RBI, 9/7 vs. TB
Homestand: 3x7, R, HR, 2 RBI, BB, 2 K

vs. Moore: .333 (1x3), 2B


Current Streak: 1 G (3x4)
Last HR: 9/7 vs. TB (#19)

Season-Highs: streak: 8-3x (5/30-6/6)hits: 4-2x (8/2 at BAL)...RBI: 6 (7/2 at TEX)

Hit 2-R HR in T9th to give Mariners 6-4 lead over KC on 9/4.


Batting .421 (8x19) with 3 R, 3 XBH, 5 RBI over last 5 G (since 9/).
DNP 8/29, snapping string of 44 consec. games started (DH - 43, 1B - 1).
2nd on team with 50 extra base hits & 1st with 40 multi-hit games.
Had hits in 8 consecutive plate appearances (8/1-8/2); club record is 9.
11th carer multi-HR game 7/9 vs. BOS (2nd in July; also 7/2 at TEX).
Has 97 career home runs (18 this season; 3rd on team).

#35 - HUMBERTO QUINTERO, C


Last Game: 1x4, 8/31 at HOU
Homestand: ---

vs. Moore: Never Faced


Current Streak: 1 G (1x4)
Last HR: 8/7 vs. TOR (#2 SEA/#4 overall)

Season-Highs: streak: 5 (7/31-8/7)hits: 2-6x (8/18 at TEX)RBI: 3-2x (8/7 vs. TOR)

Tied his career-high with 4 HR (2 w/SEA); also 2009-2010 w/HOU.


Hits in 11 of 18 starts w/SEA (.238/15x63)...SEA is 7-11 in his 18 starts.
First HR w/SEA 8/2 at BAL...caught all 15 innings 7/31 at BOS, and was 2x6 w/R.
Signed as ML Free Agent 726 (Zunino DL)....DFA by PHI 7/24.
Hit .250 (16x64) w/3 R, 4 2B, 2 HR, 9 RBI, HBP, 3 BB in 24 games with PHI.

#26 - BRENDAN RYAN, SS


Last Game: 0x2 as SS, 9/3 at KC
Homestand: ---

vs. Moore: .143 (1x7), 2B, RBI, BB, 2 K


Current Streak: 0 G (0x5)
Last HR: 7/10 vs. BOS (#3)

Seattle is 9-17 in his 26 starts at catcher.


Is 1-for-last-30/.030 since 8/15 (10 G)...was 6x25/.240 in prev. 9 G (7/25-8/11).
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 Ms debut on 6/15 at OAK2nd 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 14released by TOR June 10.
Hit .184 (7x38) w/3 2B, 4 BB, 10 K in 15 games (13 GS) w/TOR.

Season-Highs: streak: 6 (5/20-27)hits: 3 (6/5 vs. CWS)RBI: 3 (8/21 at OAK)

#9 - ENDY CHAVEZ, OF
Last Game: DNB as DR/LF, 9/7 vs. TB
Homestand: ---

Season-Highs: streak: 10 G (7/8-21)hits: 3-3x (8/18 at TEX)RBI: 5 (8/3 at BAL)

vs. Moore: .000 (0x3)


Current Streak: 0 G (0x4)
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 45 of 59 starts (starts by POS: CF-20, LF-4, RF-35).


Scored game-winning run in 9th 8/18 at TEX (singled to leadoff 9th off Nathan).
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).

#20 - NICK FRANKLIN, 2B


Last Game: 2x4, R, 2 2B, RBI, K, 9/7 vs. TB
Homestand: 2x7, 2 R, 2 2B, RBI, K

vs. Moore: Never Faced


Current Streak: 1 G (2x4)
Last HR: 8/29 at HOU (#12)

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

Snapped 0-for-16 w/1st-inning HR 8/29 at HOU (HR#12)...is 6-for-last-51 (8/24-c).


12 HR are tied for most by a Mariners rookie middle infielder (B. Boone, 1993).
1st among AL rookies w/30 extra base hits, T1st in HR (12), T2nd with 17 doubles.
Batted leadoff for first time in MLB career 8/26 vs. TEX (0x4, K).
Since July 1, has 75 strikeouts in 52 games; is 36x201/.179 over same stretch.
Left game in the 8th w/a laceration on left knee that required 5 stitches 8/20 at OAK.
Second 2-HR game (3R, solo) of season/career 7/28 vs. MIN (3x4, 4 RBI).
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.
Made MLB debut as DR at 2B 5/27 vs. SD; walked in only PASelected from
AAA Tacoma 5/27Hit .324 (46x142) in 39 G w/Rainiers (9 2B, 4 HR, 20 RBI).







#21 - FRANKLIN GUTIERREZ, OF


Last Game: 2x4, R, RBI, K, SB, 9/6 vs. TB
Homestand: 2x4, R, RBI, K, SB

vs. Moore: Never Faced


Current Streak: 1 G (2x4)
Last HR: 8/29 HOU (#7)

Season-Highs: streak: 5 (4/1-4/5)hits: 3-2x (8/29 at HOU)RBI: 3 (4/5 at CWS)

Hit 7 HR in 26 games (99 PA) this season; averaging HR every 13.57 AB.
Went 3x4 w/R, 2B, HR (#7), 2 RBI 8/29 at HOU.
Returned from DL 8/26 vs. TEX after being sidelined since 6/24 w/tight hamstring.
Appeared in 47 games in rehab assignments w/AAA Tacoma (.211, 3 HR).
Reinstated from the 60-day DL on 6/22transferred to 60-day DL 6/5.
Placed on 15-day DL 4/23 strained rt. hamstringleft game 4/22 after 4th inning.

#28 - RAUL IBAEZ, OF


Last Game: 0x3, R, BB, K, 9/7 vs. TB
Homestand: 1x6, 2 R, HR, RBI, BB, 2 K

vs. Moore: Never Faced


Current Streak: 0 G (0x4)
Last HR: 9/6 vs. TB (#27)

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

HR #27 9/6 vs. TB; homers in back-to-back games (9/5 & 9/6).
Hit PH HR in T9th to tie game 6-6 on Sept. 5 at KC; 5th career PH HR.
Batting .228 (29x127) w/3 HR, 8 2B, 6 RBI in 36 G since All-Star break.
Hits in 8-of-last-10 games (.323/10x31, 6 R, 2 2B, 2 HR, 3 RBI, 5 BB).
Homered in 1st AB 8/15 at TB, snapping 90 PA streak w/no homer.
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 (8 behind Alvin Davis for 5th).
2 HR, 6 RBI, & 11th career GS HR (7th w/SEA) 5/15 at NYYT6th in Ms history:
Griffey Jr.12; Buhner/A. Davis/Martinez9; Sexson8; A. Rodriguez/Ibaez7.
Safeco Field all-time HR leader with 83 HR, including 78 as a Mariner (17 in 13).

#5 - BRAD MILLER, INF


Last Game: 0x4, R, 9/7 vs. TB
Homestand: 2x8, 2 R, 2B

vs. Moore: Never Faced


Current Streak: 0 G (0x5)
Last HR: 8/21 at TB (#5)

Season-Highs: streak: 7 (8/19-26)hits: 3-4x (last: 8/9 vs. MIL)RBI: 5 (7/19 vs. HOU)

Since the All-Star break, ranks 2nd amongst AL rookies with hits (51) and runs
scored (25) and 3rd in RBI (23).
Mariners are 29-26 in his 55 starts batting leadoff27-23 in 50 starts at SS.
Leads team and 1st among AL rookies with 6 triples (T4th in AL).
First 4 career home runs came via multi-HR games (3rd player since 69).
Recorded 2nd multi-HR game & 1st leadoff HR 8/13 at TB.

12-for-87 (.138) over his last 32 games (since 6/11)...HR #3 7/10 vs. BOS.
2x4 w/2B, season-high 3 RBI 8/21 at OAK in 5-3 win...2RBI 2B was GWRBI.
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. CWS22x 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).

#55 - MICHAEL SAUNDERS, OF


Last Game: 2x3, 2B, RBI, BB, 9/7 vs. TB
Homestand: 2x4, 2B, RBI, BB, K







vs. Moore: .400 (2x5), HR, RBI, 2 K


Current Streak: 1 G (2x3)
Last HR: 8/3 at BAL, 2 (#9 & #10)

Hit 4 HR in 6 games, 7/28-8/3, 0 in last 23 G w/AB (6 HR in last 46 G w/AB).


Hit in 31 of last 44 G w/AB (40x144/.278) since 7/8 w/11 2B, 3B, 5 HR, 23 RBI.
3rd career-hi 3 BB game 8/20 at OAK; all 3 games have come this season.
5th career 2-HR game 8/3 at BAL; also matched career-high (2x) w/5 RBI.
Threw out GW run in B14th 7/31 at BOS for team-high 7th OF assist.
Career-high 10-game hitting streak (.351/13x37) July 8-21.
3x5, 2 HR, 2B, 3 RBI 5/4 at TOR4th career 2-HR game (1st in 2013).
Hit first career leadoff HR 4/29 vs. BAL in first PA after returning from DL.

#15 - KYLE SEAGER, 3B


Last Game: 0x4, 2 K, 9/7 vs. TB
Homestand: 1x7, R, 2 RBI, 2 K

vs. Moore: .250 (2x8), GIDP


Current Streak: 0 G (0x6)
Last HR: 8/28 vs. TEX (#21)

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

Started 95 consecutive games at 3B (all team games since 5/24), the longest
streak by a 3B in club history2nd-longest active 3B streak (Machado, 192).
Leads team with 153 hits (15th in AL) & 2nd w/22 home runs (T18th in AL).
54 extra base hits (HR - 22, 2B - 30, 3B - 2) are 5th-most by AL 3B.
Snapped 0-for-21 with go-ahead 2-run HR in 8th inning 8/16 at TEX.
15-game hitting streak (.421/24x57) w/2 2B, 6 HR, 12 RBI, 8 BB 6/30-7/19.
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).
#17 - JUSTIN SMOAK, 1B
vs. Moore: .125 (1x8), 2B, BB, 2 K
Last Game: 2x4, R, HR, RBI, K, 9/7 vs. TB
Current Streak: 5 G (8x20)
Homestand: 3x7, R, 2B, HR, 3 RBI, BB, 3 K
Last HR: 9/7 vs. TB (#16)
Season-Highs: streak: 9 (7/30-8/9)hits: 3-3x (8/3 at BAL)RBI: 4 (7/13 vs. LAA)

Career-high 3 BB 8/30 at HOUleads team with 57 walks.


2-RBI 2B in B8th scored GW runs in 6-4 win vs. TB on 9/6.
Snapped 0-for-20 with 1B in 2nd inning 8/30 at HOU.
Batting .292 with RISP (14x48) 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.
13 of 16 HR in 67 G since coming off DL 6/18 (right oblique strain).
Returned from DL 6/18hit HR #4 as backend of back-to-back HR w/Ibaez.
Placed on 15-day disabled list, retroactive to May 30 (right oblique strain).

#1 - CARLOS TRIUNFEL, INF


Last Game: 1x3, RBI, K, 6/25 vs. PIT
Homestand: ---

vs. Moore: Never Faced


Current Streak: 1 G (1x3)
Last HR: None

Season-Highs: streak: 1-2x (6/25-c)hits: 1-2x (6/25 vs. PIT) RBI: 1 (6/25 vs. PIT)

Last name is pronounced TREE-uhn-fehl.


Recalled from AAA Tacoma Sept. 3...in 3rd stint with Seattle this season (5/246/5, 6/8-28 & 9/2-current).
Recorded first hit of 2013 season, snapping 0-for-13 streak, 6/10 vs. HOU.
Hit .282 (108x383) w/55 R, 22 2B, 3 3B, 5 HR and 31 RBI in 100 G w/AAA
Tacoma.
Appeared at 3 infield positions w/Tacoma: SS 84 G; 2B 13 G; 3B 2 G.
#3 - MIKE ZUNINO, C
vs. Moore: Never Faced
Last Game: 1x4, R, 2 K, 9/7 vs. TB
Current Streak: 1 G (1x4)
Homestand: 1x8, R, 3 K
Last HR: 7/22 vs. CLE (#2)
2013-Highs: streak: 3-3x (7/22-25)hits: 3 (7/12 vs. LAA)RBI: 1-10x (7/25 vs. MIN)
Recalled from rehab @AAA & activated from DL 9/1...played 5 G at Tacoma
on rehab assignment.
On 15-day DL with fractured hamate bone in left hand, 7/26-9/2.
Reached base safely (H or BB) in 12 straight games 7/11-7/4 (.306/11x36,
10 R, 2 2B, HR, 5 RBI, 8 BB).
Hit HR #2 (first at Safeco) for GWRBI 7/22 vs. CLE.
Started 6 straight games at catcher 7/11-20; 14 of 17 overall from 7/5-7/25.
Career-high 3 hits 7/12 vs. LAA (3x4, R, 2B, RBI)
Walk-off 1B in 10th inning 6/28 vs. CHI; was 2nd career RBI.
Hit 1st career HR 6/14 at OAK (solo HR to CF in 7th inning off Milone).
Made his MLB debut 6/12 vs. HOU; was 1x4 & threw out a basestealer.
First MLB hit was a 1B off HOUs Jordan Lyles 6/12.
1 of 6 players from 2012 Draft to reach the Majors, but first position player.

2013 Mariners Game Notes SunDAY September 8, 2013 vs. Tampa Bay Rays Page 5
SCORE BY INNINGS

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 X
Total
Mariners 75 54 66 69 69 69 53 57 29 18
559
Opponent 68 90 46 79 90 81 66 65 46 25
656

MARINER HOME RUNS


RECORD BY HOME RUN 0 1 2 3 4 5 6

10-31
28-31
16-8 8-5 2-1 1-0 0-0
HOME RUNS BY POSITION Total C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF DH PH P

164 13 19 14 22 7 32 14 19 21 3 0
Grand Slams (6): Dustin Ackley (5/4 @TOR), Raul Ibaez (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): Ibaez & Morse (4/9 vs. HOU, 8th inning), Ibaez & Smoak (5/18 @CLE, 9th
inning); Bay & Seager (6/1 @MIN, 1st inning), Ibaez & Smoak (6/18 @LAA, 2nd inning), Ibaez &
Morales (7/2 @TEX, 1st inning), Ibaez & Morales (7/1 vs. LAA, 7th inning)
Inside-the-Park (0): None
Pinch-Hit (3): Endy Chavez (5/20 @CLE), Kendrys Morales (6/23 vs. OAK); Raul Ibaez (9/5 at KC)
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), Kendrys Morales (9/4 at KC)
Multi (13): M. Morse, 2 (4/2 @OAK); M. Saunders, 2x, 2 (5/4 @TOR & 8/3 at BAL); R. Ibaez, 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
2 -- -- 1 3
Bay
11 -- -- -- 11
Blanco
-- 1 -- 2 3
Chavez
1 1 -- -- 2
Franklin
5 3 3 1 12
Gutierrez
6 1 -- -- 7
Ibaez
17 7 2 1 27
Miller
3 1 1
-- 5
Montero
1 2 -- -- 3
Morales 12 4 3 -- 19
Morse
9 2 2 -- 13
Peguero
1 -- -- -- 1
Quintero
1 1 -- -- 2
Ryan
2 1 -- -- 3
Saunders 5 4 1 -- 10
Seager
10 10 1 1 22
Shoppach 2 1 -- -- 3
Smoak
11 4 1 -- 16
Zunino
2 -- -- -- 2
Team
101 43 14 6 164

Runs via HR:
253

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

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

DL Dates
Date Eligible
April 15-current
June 14
July 26-Sept. 1
Aug. 10
June 25 (retro to 6/24)-Aug.25 July 8
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
---
June 8 (retro to 6/6)-8/16
---

STARTS BY POSITION (Team Record)

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

G Missed
128
34
52
31
54
17
18
79
61

Team Record
59-69
13-21
25-27
18-13
24-30
7-10
9-9
34-45
30-31

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
--
19-24
-- --
3-4
22-16
-- -- -Ackley
-- 2-5 --
-- 2-0 1-2 15-13 18-22 6-2
Almonte
-- -- -- --
1-0
1-3
1-0 -- -Almonte
-- 1-1 -- -- -- -- -- 2-2 0-1
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
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- 9-17 -Blanco
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- 2-3
7-15
Chavez
-- -- -- --
2-2
9-11
17-18
-- -Chavez
19-19
1-3 -- -- -- 1-1 4-5 3-3 -Franklin
--
38-38
-- -- -- -- -- -- -Franklin
0-1
28-29
-- -- 0-1
5-4 2-3 -- 3-0
Gutierrez -- -- -- -- --
6-9
4-4 -- -Gutierrez
3-7 4-4 0-1 -- 1-1 2-0 -- -- -Ibaez
-- -- -- --
38-46
-- 0-1 --
12-7
Ibaez
--
-- 15-10 6-4 23-26 5-13 1-1 --
-Liddi
1-3
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -Liddi
-- -- -- -- --
0-1 -- 0-1
1-1
Miller
--
4-7
27-23
-- -- -- -- -- -Miller
28-27
0-2 -- -- -- -- -- 0-1 3-0
Montero
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
15-10
1-0
Montero
-- -- -- --
2-1
2-2
9-4
3-3 -Morales 18-10
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
42-63
Morales
-- --
18-22
42-51
-- -- -- -- -Morse
2-4 -- -- -- 4-5 -- 19-34 -- 5-2
Morse
-- -- 0-2
16-22
8-13
5-7 1-1 -- -Peguero
-- -- -- -- -- -- 2-0 -- -Peguero
-- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0 1-0 -Quintero
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- 7-11 -Quintero
-- -- -- -- -- -- 0-1 0-2 7-8
Ryan
-- -- 32-47 -- -- -- -- -- -Ryan
-- 1-0 -- -- -- -- -- 5-7
26-40
Saunders -- -- -- --
3-3
27-38
13-10
-- -Saunders
11-14 4-3 --
-- 1-2 5-7 15-15 5-10 2-0
Seager
-- -- --
64-75
-- -- -- -- -Seager
-- 14-21 32-42 -- 14-9 4-2 0-1 --
-Shoppach -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 9-23 -Shoppach -- -- -- --
1-1
5-5
1-8
2-9 -Smoak 44-60
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-2
Smoak
-- -- -- 1-0
11-20
27-28
6-14
-- -Sucre
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- 5-3 -Sucre
-- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0 4-3 -Triunfel
--
2-2
0-2 -- -- -- -- -- -Triunfel
-- -- -- -- -- -- 0-1 1-1 1-2
Zunino
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- 20-12 -Zunino
-- -- -- -- --
1-3
6-6
13-3
--
PITCHER - Hernandez (13-16), Iwakuma (17-13), J. Saunders (12-17), Ramirez (6-3), Walker (2-0), Paxton (1-0), Maurer (2-8), Beavan (1-1), Harang (7-15), Noesi (1-0), Bonderman (3-4)

MARINERS MULTI-HIT GAMES:

MARINERS MULTI-RBI GAMES:

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

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

2 3 4 5 Total
11 7 1 -- 19
-- -- -- -- 0
3 -- -- -- 3
7 1 -- -- 8
-- -- -- -- 0
16 2 -- -- 18
12 5 -- -- 17
3 2 -- -- 5
23 2 1 -- 26
20 4 -- -- 24
5 -- -- -- 5
27 11 2 -- 40
16 2 -- -- 18
-- -- -- -- 0
4 -- -- -- 4
9 1 -- -- 10
14 3 -- -- 17
26 11 1 -- 38
22 3 -- -- 25
1 -- -- -- 1
-- -- -- -- 0
4 1 -- -- 5
225 57 5 0 287

OUTFIELD ASSISTS:

Player A
Saunders......................................................7
Ibaez...........................................................6
Chavez..........................................................4
Bay...............................................................2
Ackley / Morse..............................................1

THE CATCHERS BOX:


Catcher Record G/GS SB CCS CS% PB
Bantz
0-1 1/1 2 0 0.0 0
Blanco 9-17 28/26 8 4 33.3 2
Montero 15-10 26/25 23 1 4.2 3
Quintero 7-11 19/18 7 7 50.0 2
Shoppach
9-23
35/32
17
8
32.0
2
Sucre
5-3 8/8 2 0 0.0 0
Zunino 20-12 34/32 11 3 27.3 1
Team
65-77 142 70 23 24.7 10

GAME-WINNING/2-OUT RBI:

2 3 4 5+ Total Player GWRBI


Morales................................................................... 14
4 -- 2 -- 6
Seager...................................................................... 6
1 -- --
-- 1
Ibaez / Franklin / Zunino......................................... 5
-- -- -- -- 0
4 -- --
-- 4
Morse....................................................................... 4
1 -- 2 -- 3
Ackley / Bay / Ryan / Saunders / Smoak................. 3
3 -- --
-- 3
Blanco...................................................................... 2
4 4 2 -- 10
Gutierrez/Almonte/Quintero/ Andino/Montero/Peguero.1
3 1 -- -- 4
Player
2-Out RBI
6 5 1 1 13
Morales................................................................... 24
5 -- 1 1 7
Smoak.................................................................... 22
1 1 -- -- 2
Ibaez..................................................................... 21
11 4 -- 1 16
Seager.................................................................... 20
3 1 1 -- 5
Franklin .................................................................. 17
-- -- -- -- 0
Miller / Saunders.................................................... 11
-- 1 --
-- 1
3 1 -- -- 4
Ackley / Morse........................................................ 10
6 3 -- 1 10
Blanco / Ryan........................................................... 9
14 4 1 -- 19
Bay........................................................................... 7
9 -- 1 -- 10
Chavez...................................................................... 5
-- -- -- -- 0
Zunino...................................................................... 3
-- -- -- -- 0
Quintero / Shoppach................................................ 2
-- -- -- -- 0
Andino / Montero / Sucre / Triunfel / Gutierrez........ 1
80 25 11 4 120

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
Ibaez
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
Seager
8
8/30-9/6
.394/13x33, 5 R, 2 2B, HR, 5 RBI, 2 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 sunday September 8, 2013 vs. tampa bay rays Page 6
MARINERS UPDATE
Overall Record.........................................65-77
Series Records.................................... 19-21-6
First Game of Series................................25-20
Second Game of Series..........................19-26
Third Game of Series..............................17-24
Fourth Game of Series................................4-7
Leading After 6..........................................50-7
Trailing After 6............................................6-54
Tied After 6.................................................9-16
Leading After 7..........................................55-5
Trailing After 7............................................3-57
Tied After 7.................................................7-15
Leading After 8..........................................57-5
Trailing After 8............................................0-60
Tied After 8.................................................8-12
Score First................................................45-27
Come-from-behind wins.............................. 27
Last at-bat W/L (walk-off)............ 11-23 (3-11)
Hit a home run.........................................55-45
No home runs..........................................10-32
Scoring 4 or more runs...........................46-21
Scoring less than 4 runs.........................19-56
Score in 3 or more innings......................42-19
Out-hit opponent.....................................45-20
Out-hit by opponent................................14-51
Hits even.......................................................6-6
Lineups Used.............................................. 125
Players Used (Pitchers)......................... 47 (22)
Safeco Field Roof Open..........................26-30
Safeco Field Roof Closed...........................5-5
Safeco Field Roof Moved............................2-3
Northwest Green Jersey...........................11-9
Astro Navy Jersey........................................8-6
Safeco Field Sellouts..............................1 (1-0)
2012 after 142 games..............................68-74
2012 after 143 games..............................69-74
2012 after 144 games..............................69-75
Best ever after 142 games............102-40 (01)
Best ever after 143 games............103-40 (01)
Best ever after 144 games............104-40 (01)
April...........................................................12-17
May...........................................................12-14
June..........................................................11-16
July............................................................15-10
August......................................................12-16
September....................................................3-4
Monday.........................................................9-6
Tuesday......................................................8-14
Wednesday.................................................7-15
Thursday.......................................................6-9
Friday..........................................................14-9
Saturday.....................................................9-14
Sunday......................................................12-10
1-Run Games/2-Run Games....... 18-24/17-10
Extra Innings..............................................6-12
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............................................................................................................... 8, August 17 at Texas (8th 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, 3x, last: August 25 vs. Los Angeles (AL)
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, 9x, last: September 6 vs. Tampa Bay
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, 3x, last: September 6 vs. Tampa Bay
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, 2x, last: August 17 at Texas (3-15)
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.................................................................................... 46,032, 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........................................................................................11,112, August 19 at Oakland

INDIVIDUAL BATTING

LONGEST HITTING STREAK...........................................................................................................................................................................16 games, Kyle Seager (April 11-27)


MOST HITS, GAME........................................................................................................................................................................ 4, 5x, last: Dustin Ackley, August 30 at Houston
MOST RUNS, GAME............................................................................................................................................................................. 3, 5x, last: Mike Zunino, July 19 at Houston
MOST DOUBLES, GAME....................................................................................................................................................2, 18x, last: Nick Franklin, September 7 vs. Tampa Bay
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 Ibaez (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 Ibaez (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, 2x, last: Brett Oberholtzer, September 1 at Houston
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................................................................................................................................................................................................ 8, Will Smith, September 2 at Kansas City
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.......................................................................................................................................................................... 9.0, 2x, last: Brett Oberholtzer, September 1 at Houston
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, 2x, Brandon Maurer (April 30-August 7) and Felix Hernandez (August 17-current)
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 Sunday September 8, 2013 vs. Tampa bay rays Page 7

2013 MARINERS DAY-BY-DAYS


G
D
D/N OPP W / L
SCORE WINNER/LOSER/SAVE
1
4/1 N @OAK
W
2-0
Hernandez (1-0)/Anderson/Wilhelmsen (1)
2
4/2 N @OAK
W
7-1
Iwakuma (1-0)/Parker
3
4/3 N @OAK L
2-6
Milone/Saunders (0-1)
4
4/4 D @OAK L
2-8
Griffin/Maurer (0-1)
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
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)
9
4/9 N HOU L
9-16
Clemens/Maurer (0-2)
10 4/10 N HOU L
3-8
Peacock/Beavan (0-1)
11 4/11 N TEX L
3-4
Ortiz/Hernandez (1-2)/Nathan
12 4/12 N TEX
W
3-1
Iwakuma (2-0)/Darvish/Wilhelmsen (4)
13 4/13 N TEX L
1-3
Ortiz/Capps (0-1)/Nathan
14 4/14 D TEX
W
4-3
Maurer (1-2)/Tepesch/Wilhelmsen (5)

4/15
Off Day
15 4/16 N DET L
2-6
Fister/Harang (0-1)
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)
18 4/19 N @TEX L
0-7
Darvish/Saunders (1-2)
19 4/20 N @TEX L
0-5
Lowe/Maurer (1-2)
20 4/21 D @TEX L
3-11
Grimm/Harang (0-2)/Kirkman
21 4/22 N @HOU
W
7-1
Hernandez (2-2)/Peacock
22 4/23 N @HOU L
2-3
Norris/Iwakuma (2-1)/Veras
23 4/24 D @HOU L
3-10
Harrell/Saunders (1-3)
24 4/25 N LAA
W
6-0
Maurer (2-3)/Richards
25 4/26 N LAA L
3-6
Wilson/Harang (0-3)/Frieri
26 4/27 N LAA
W
3-2
Hernandez (3-2)/Blanton/Wilhelmsen (7)
27 4/28 D LAA
W
2-1
Capps (2-1)/VARGAS/Wilhelmsen (8)
28 4/29 N BAL
W
6-2
SAUNDERS (2-3)/Britton
29 4/30 N BAL L
2-7
Hammel/Maurer (2-4)
April (12-17)
Batting: .242 (236x975), 29 HR
30 5/1 N BAL
W
8-3
Harang (1-3)/Chen

5/2
Off Day
31 5/3 N @TOR
W
4-0
Hernandez (4-2)/Romero
32 5/4 D @TOR
W
8-1
Iwakuma (3-1)/Dickey
33 5/5 D @TOR L
2-10
Morrow/Saunders (2-4)

5/6
Off Day
34 5/7 N @PIT L
1-4
Gomez/Harang (1-4)/Grilli
35 5/8 D @PIT
W
2-1
Hernandez (5-2)/Burnett/Wilhelmsen (9)

5/9
Off Day
36 5/10 N OAK
W
6-3
Iwakuma (4-1)/Straily/Wilhelmsen (10)
37 5/11 N OAK L
3-4
Parker /Maurer (2-5)/Balfour
38 5/12 D OAK
W
6-1
Saunders (3-4)/Milone

5/13
Off Day
39 5/14 N @NYY L
3-4
Kelley/Furbush (0-2)/Rivera
40 5/15 N @NYY
W
12-2
Iwakuma (5-1)/Hughes
41 5/16 N @NYY
W
3-2
Perez (1-0)/Pettitte/Wilhelmsen (11)
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)
44 5/19 D @CLE L
0-6
Masterson/Hernandez (5-3)
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)
47 5/22 D @LAA L
1-7
Wilson/Maurer (2-6)

5/23
Off Day
48 5/24 N TEX L
5-9
Grimm/Saunders (3-5)/Nathan
49 5/25 N TEX L
2-5
Holland/Hernandez (5-4)/Nathan
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
52 5/28 N SD L
1-6
Volquez/Maurer (2-7)
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
55 5/31 N @MIN
W
3-0
Iwakuma (6-1)/Pelfrey/Wilhelmsen (12)
May (12-14)
Batting: .233 (207x890), 36 HR
56 6/1 D @MIN L
4-5
Thielbar/Wilhelmsen (0-1)
57 6/2 D @MIN L
0-10
Diamond/Bonderman (0-1)
58 6/3 N CWS
W
4-2
Saunders (4-5)/Danks/Wilhelmsen (13)
59 6/4 N CWS
W
7-4
Hernandez (7-4)/Peavy/Wilhelmsen (14)
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)
62 6/7 N NYY
W
4-1
Bonderman (1-1)/Kuroda/Wilhelmsen (15)
63 6/8 D NYY L
1-3
Pettitte/Saunders (4-6)/Rivera
64 6/9 D NYY L
1-2
Robertson/Medina (1-2)/Rivera
65 6/10 N HOU
W
3-2
Iwakuma (7-1)/Keuchel/Wilhelmsen (16)
66 6/11 N HOU
W
4-0
HARANG (3-6)/Norris
67 6/12 N HOU L 1-6
Clemens/Wilhelmsen(0-2)

6/13
Off Day
68 6/14 N @OAK
W
3-2
Saunders (5-6)/Milone/Perez (1)
69 6/15 D @OAK
W
4-0
Hernandez (8-4)/Griffin
70 6/16 D @OAK L
2-10
Colon/Iwakuma (7-2)
71 6/17 N @LAA L
3-11
Vargas/Harang (3-7)
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
74 6/20 N @LAA L
9-10
Downs/Capps (2-2)/Frieri
75 6/21 N OAK L
3-6
Colon/Iwakuma (7-3)/Balfour
76 6/22 N OAK
W
7-5
Medina (2-2)/Cook
77 6/23 D OAK
W 6-3 (10) Perez (2-1)/Balfour

6/24
Off Day
78 6/25 N PIT L
4-9
Locke/Saunders (5-8)
79 6/26 D PIT L
2-4
Mazzaro/Furbush (1-4)/Melancon

6/27
Off Day
80 6/28 N CHI
W 5-4 (10) Medina (3-2)/Parker
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
June (11-16)
Batting: .237 (220x938), 28 HR

REC.
POS GA/GB CLUBS
TIME
1-0
T1
--
HOU/LAA 2:46
2-0
1
+0.5
--
3:16
2-1
T1
--
TEX
2:50
2-2
T2
0.5
TEX
2:32
3-2
T2
0.5
TEX
3:42
3-3
3
1.0
OAK
3:07
3-4
3
2.0
OAK
2:52
4-4
3
1.5
OAK/TEX 2:40
4-5
3
2.5
OAK/TEX 3:36
4-6
3
3.5
OAK
3:38
4-7
T3
4.5
OAK
3:11
5-7
T3
4.5
OAK
2:43
5-8
T3
4.5
OAK
2:55
6-8
3
3.5
OAK
2:59
6-8
3
4.0
OAK
6-9
3
5.0
OAK
3:11
6-10
3
6.0
OAK
4:27
7-10
3
5.5
OAK
2:52
7-11
3
5.5
OAK
2:44
7-12
4
5.5
OAK
2:32
7-13
4
6.0
TEX
3:07
8-13
4
6.0
TEX
3:05
8-14
4
6.0
TEX
3:13
8-15
T4
7.0
TEX
2:44
9-15
4
7.0
TEX
2:29
9-16
4
8.0
TEX
3:34
10-16
4
7.0
TEX
2:37
11-16
3
6.0
TEX
2:31
12-16
3
5.5
TEX
2:12
12-17
3
6.5
TEX
3:35
Pitching: 12-17, 8 SV, 4.23 ERA (122 ER, 259.1 IP)
13-17
3
5.5
TEX
2:52
13-17
3
5.0
TEX
14-17
3
5.0
TEX
2:17
15-17
3
5.0
TEX
2:28
15-18
3
6.0
TEX
2:27
15-18
3
5.5
TEX
15-19
3
5.5
TEX
2:44
16-19
3
5.5
TEX
2:48
16-19
3
5.5
TEX
17-19
3
5.5
TEX
2:41
17-20
3
6.5
TEX
3:12
18-20
3
6.5
TEX
2:40
18-20
3
6.0
TEX
18-21
3
7.0
TEX
3:21
19-21
T2
7.0
TEX
2:48
20-21
2
7.0
TEX
3:26
20-22
3
7.0
TEX
3:37
20-23
3
8.0
TEX
2:55
20-24
3
9.0
TEX
2:39
20-25
3
9.0
TEX
3:48
20-26
3
9.0
TEX
2:47
20-27
3
10.0
TEX
2:44
20-27
T3
10.0
TEX
20-28
4
11.0
TEX
3:08
20-29
4
12.0
TEX
3:27
21-29
4
11.0
TEX
4:09
22-29
4
9.5
TEX
2:29
22-30
4
10.0
TEX
2:37
22-31
4
10.5
TEX
2:49
23-31
4
10.5
TEX
2:34
24-31
4
10.5
TEX
2:53
Pitching: 12-14, 4 SV, 4.00 ERA (103 ER, 231.2 IP)
24-32
4
10.5
TEX
3:05
24-33
4
11.5
TEX
2:40
25-33
T3
11.0
TEX
2:32
26-33
T3
10.0
TEX
2:57
26-34
T3
11.0
TEX
5:42
26-35
4
11.0
TEX
2:54
27-35
T3
10.5
OAK
3:06
27-36
4
10.5
OAK
2:47
27-37
4
11.0
TEX
3:12
28-37
3
11.0
TEX
3:02
29-37
3
10.0
OAK/TEX 2:15
29-38
3
11.0
OAK
3:01
29-38
3
11.5
OAK
30-38
3
10.5
OAK
2:55
31-38
3
9.5
OAK
2:47
31-39
3
10.5
OAK
2:59
31-40
4
10.5
OAK
2:56
32-40
3
10.5
OAK
3:42
32-41
4
10.5
OAK
2:27
32-42
4
10.5
OAK
3:36
32-43
4
11.5
OAK
2:37
33-43
4
10.5
OAK/TEX 3:32
34-43
3
10.5
TEX
3:14
34-43
3
10.5
TEX
34-44
4
10.5
TEX/OAK 3:00
34-45
4
11.5
TEX/OAK 2:56
34-45
4
12.0
TEX
35-45
4
12.0
TEX
3:12
35-46
4
12.0
TEX
3:32
35-47
4
13.0
TEX
3:11
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 Sunday September 8, 2013 VS. Tampa bay rays Page 8
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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
54-63
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 L
4-5
Peralta/Farquhar (0-1)
55-64
3
14.0
TEX
3:26
120 8/15 N @TB L
1-7
Cobb/Saunders (10-12)
55-65
3
14.5
TEX
2:59
121 8/16 N @TEX
W
3-1
Iwakuma (11-6)/Cott/Farquhar (6)
56-65
3
13.5
TEX
2:59
122 8/17 N @TEX L
3-15
Perez/Hernandez (12-6)
56-66
3
14.5
TEX
3:25
123 8/18 D @TEX
W
4-3
Medina (4-3)/Nathan/Farquhar (7)
57-66
3
13.5
TEX
3:00
124 8/19 N @OAK L
1-2
PARKER/Capps (2-3)
57-67
3
14.5
TEX
2:19
125 8/20 N @OAK
W
7-4
Maurer (4-7)/Doolittle/Farquhar (8)
58-67
3
14.5
TEX
3:10
126 8/21 D @OAK
W
5-3
Iwakuma (12-6)/Griffin/Farquhar (9)
59-67
3
14.5
TEX
2:47

8/22
Off Day
59-67
3
14.5
TEX
127 8/23 N LAA L
0-2
Richards/Hernandez (12-7)/Frieri
59-68
3
15.5
TEX
2:45
128 8/24 N LAA L
1-5
Vargas/Ramirez (4-1)
59-69
3
15.5
TEX
3:18
129 8/25 D LAA L
1-7
Weaver/Harang (5-11)
59-70
3
15.5
TEX
2:50
130 8/26 N TEX L
3-8
Blackley/Saunders (10-13)
59-71
3
16.5
TEX
2:40
59-72
4
17.5
TEX
3:35
131 8/27 N TEX L 3-4 (10) Scheppers/Farquhar (0-2)/Nathan
132 8/28 D TEX L
4-12
Perez/Hernandez (12-8)
59-73
4
18.5
TEX
3:01
133 8/29 N @HOU
W
3-2
Ramirez (5-1)/Lyles/Farquhar (10)
60-73
4
18.0
TEX
3:03
134 8/30 N @HOU
W
7-1
Walker (1-0)/Peacock
61-73
4
17.0
TEX
3:16
135 8/31 N @HOU
W
3-1
Saunders (11-13)/Keuchel/Farquhar (11)
62-73
4
17.0
TEX
2:56
August (12-16) Batting: .234 (220x939), 29 HR
Pitching: 12-16, 11 SV, 4.94 ERA (136 ER, 247.2 IP)
136 9/1
D
@HOU L
0-2
OBERHOLTZER/Furbush (2-5)
62-74
4
17.0
TEX
2:41
137 9/2 D @KC L
1-3
Smith/Hernandez (12-9)/Holland
62-75
4
17.0
TEX/OAK 2:45
138 9/3 N @KC L
3-4
Hochevar/Medina (4-4)/Holland
62-76
4
18.0
TEX
2:42
139 9/4 N @KC
W
6-4
Luetge (1-2)/Crow/Farquhar (12)
63-76
4
17.0
OAK/TEX 3:02
63-77
4
17.5
TEX
4:17
140 9/5 D @KC L 6-7 (13) Coleman/Ruffin (0-1)
141 9/6 N TB
W
6-4
Capps (3-3)/Peralta/Farquhar (13)
64-77
4
17.0
OAK
3:30
142 9/7 N TB
W
6-2
Paxton (1-0)/Archer
65-77
4
17.0
OAK
3:04
143 9/8 D TB
RH Erasmo Ramirez vs. LH Matt Moore
144 9/9 N HOU
RH Taijuan Walker vs. RH Jarred Cosart
145 9/10 N HOU
LH Joe Saunders vs. RH Jordan Lyles
146 9/11 N HOU
RH Felix Hernandez vs. RH Brad Peacock

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 (3-4)
Batting: .250 (62x248), 7 HR
Pitching: 3-4, 2 SV, 3.57 ERA (25 ER, 63.0 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
18,009
16,308
25,707
18,148
23,172
24,531
35,103
34,578
35,059
35,886
25,947
35,231
30,759
32,170
28,198
34,827
34,899
46,032
25,397
13,294
14,910
13,299
37,596
44,247
40,832
11,112
13,041
18,641
21,631
24,482
23,001
15,995
15,117
22,424
22,203
13,869
21,085
17,203
20,063
13,638
13,621
14,004
14,796
17,773

2013 Mariners Game Notes Sunday September 8, 2013 vs. Tampa Bay Rays Page 9
SEATTLE HITTERS vs. TAMPA BAY RAYS
2013


D. Ackley
A. Almonte
H. Blanco
E. Chavez
N. Franklin
F. Gutierrez
R. Ibaez
B. Miller
K. Morales
H. Quintero
B. Ryan
M. Saunders
K. Seager
J. Smoak
C. Triunfel
M. Zunino

CAREER

HR@
AVG
AB
H
HR
RBI
SEA/SF
.250 68 17 1 3 2/2
.500 2 1 0 1 0/0
.364 33
12
2 5 0/0
.196 51
10
2 4 2/2
.200 20
4 0 2 4/4
.252 147
37
5 14
19/19
.250 244
61 14 42 85/83
.250 20
5 2 4 0/0
.247 93 23 3 10 16/16
.136 22
3 0 0 1/1
.091
55
5
0
2
3/3
.194 67 13 1 7 17/17
.250 68 17 3 7 13/13
.242 91 22 4 13 21/21
#VALUE!
- - - - 0/0
.125 8 1 0 0 1/1

AVG
AB
H
HR
RBI
.417
12 5 0 1
.500
2 1 0 1
.250
8 2 0 0
- - -
0 0 0 0
.200
20
4 0 2
.500
4 2 0 1
.385
13 5 2 2
.250
20
5 2 4
.389
18 7 0 3
.125
8 1 0 0
- - -
-
-
-
-
.167
12 2 0 1
.056
18 1 0 2
.316
19 6 1 5
- - -
- - - -
.125
8 1 0 0

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 9/2 at KC (6.2,6,3,3,1,6)
L
L4
29
6.7
102.7
15/5 9.26
1.90
21
23
18-Iwakuma rhp
9/6 vs. TB (5.2,8,3,3,2,5,HR)
ND
W2
30
6.6
93.4
4/1 7.73
1.69
20
16
23-Saunders, lhp
9/5 at KC (4.2,11,3,3,1,3,HR)
ND
W1
29
5.8
97.7
12/5 4.84
3.07
13
24
27-Walker, rhp
9/4 at KC (5.0,4,4,4,2,2)
ND
W1
2
5.0
74.5
0/1 3.60
2.70
0
0
65-Paxton, lhp
9/7 vs. TB (6.0,4,2,1,1,3,HR)
W
W1
1
6.0
95.0
0/0 4.50
1.50
1
0
50-Ramirez, rhp
9/3 at KC (6.1,7,3,3,3,3,HR-2)
ND
W1
9
5.9
101.0
2/0 7.43
2.87
3
3
39-Harang, rhp
8/25 vs. LAA (5.2,9,7,7,2,7,HR)
L
L3
22
5.5
92.4
3/1 6.51
2.09
9
3
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

Team No.
Hernandez
Iwakuma Saunders
INNINGS
(Team Rec.) (Starters Rec.)
0.0-4.2
21 (2-19)
1 (0-1)
1 (0-0)
7 (0-6)
5.0-5.2
35 (11-24)
5 (0-4)
4 (0-2)
7 (2-4)
6.0-6.2
39 (22-17)
7 (2-4)
9 (3-2)
7 (5-1)
7.0-7.2
29 (19-10)
8 (4-0)
12 (9-2)
6 (3-1)
8.0-9.0
18 (11-7)
8 (6-0)
4 (0-0)
2 (1-1)
Total Starts
142 (65-77)
29 (12-9)
30 (12-6) 29 (11-13)
Runs scored/start: 3.94 (559 R) 3.93 (114 R) 4.27 (128 R) 3.69 (107 R)
Teams rec. when starting: 65-77
13-16
17-13
12-17

Walker

Paxton

Ramirez

Harang

Noesi

Beavan

W/L
After Loss
5-8
7-3
7-4
0-0
0-0
3-2
2-9
0-0
0-1
2-3
2-2
Mauer

Team
Record
13-15
17-13
12-17
2-0
1-0
6-3
7-15
1-0
1-1
2-8
3-4
Bonderman

0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
1 (0-0)
5 (0-4)
1 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
3 (0-3)
2 (0-2)
2 (1-0)
0 (0-0)
3 (3-0)
7 (0-5)
0 (0-0)
2 (0-1)
2 (0-2)
2 (0-1)
0 (0-0)
1 (1-0)
4 (2-1)
5 (2-2)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
5 (2-2)
2 (1-0)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
1 (0-0)
2 (1-0)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
3 (2-0)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
1 (0-0)
2 (1-0)
1 (1-0)
9 (5-1)
22 (5-11)
1 (0-0)
2 (0-1)
10 (2-7)
7 (1-3)
6.50 (13 R) 6.00 (6 R) 4.56 (41 R) 3.68 (81 R) 3.00 (3 R) 5.50 (11 R) 3.10 (31 R) 3.43 (24 R)
2-0
1-0
6-3
7-15
1-0
1-1
2-7
3-4

SEPTEMBER CALL UPS


SEPTEMBER CALL UPSthe Mariners have added 9 players to their roster from their minor league system since Aug. 30heres a
quick look at the transactions and players involved:
August 30
-- Selected RHP Taijuan Walker and OF Abraham Almonte from AAA Tacoma.
September 1 -- Recalled RHP Tom Wilhelmsen from AAA Tacoma.
September 2 -- Recalled C Mike Zunino from rehabilitation assignment at AAA Tacoma and activated from 15-day disabled list.
September 3 -- Recalled RHP Hector Noesi, RHP Chance Ruffin and INF Carlos Triunfel from AAA Tacoma.
-- Selected LHP James Paxton from AAA Tacoma.
-- Added AAA Tacoma Hitting Coach Howard Johnson for remainder of season.
September 6 -- Added AAA Performance Coach Rob Fumagalli for remainder of season.
September 7 -- Recalled LHP Bobby LaFromboise from AAA Tacoma.
PLAYER
A. Almonte

C. Triunfel
M. Zunino

TEAM
AVG
Jackson .255
Tacoma
.314
Tacoma
.277
Tacoma .227

G AB R H 2B 3B
HR RBI TB BB SO SB CS OBP SLG OPS
29 102 18 26 6 1 4 18 46 18 28 6 1 .367 .451 .818
94 338 63 106 17 5 11 50 166 49 66 20 7 .403 .491 .894
99 379 54 105 22 3
5 29 148 17 75
6
4 .324 .391 .715
52 203 38 46 12 3 11 43 97 17 66 0 0 .297 .478 .775

PITCHER
TEAM
W-L ERA
G GS CG SO SV
IP H R ER HR HB BB SO BK WP
B. LaFromboise Tacoma
6-0 3.39 45 0 0 0 5 61.0 66 29 23 5 1 18 63 0 6
H. Noesi
Jackson 1-0 0.00 2 2 0 0 0 11.0 5 0 0 0 1 3 12 0 0

Tacoma
3-3 5.83 15 11 0 0 0 66.1 80 45 43 12 1 14 49 1
4
J. Paxton
Tacoma 8-11 4.45 28 26 2 1 0 145.2 158 84 72 10 3 58 131 0 14
C. Ruffin
Jackson 4-4 3.90 16 16 1 0 0 83.0 82 40 36 11 7 23 57 1
2

Tacoma 1-2 4.13 14 2 0
0
0
28.1
27
13
13 3 3 6 24 0 2
T. Walker
Jackson 4-7 2.46 14 14 0 0 0 84.0 58 31 23 6 6 30 96 0
4

Tacoma
5-3 3.61 11 11 0 0 0 57.1 54 25 23 5 2 27 64 0
2
T. Wilhelmsen Tacoma 0-1
10.50 8 2 0
0
0
12.0
19
14
14 3 2 5 15 0 5