Monday, July 21, 2014

Safeco Field

NEW YORK METS (46-52) vs. SEATTLE MARINERS (52-46)

Game #99 (52-46)
Home #51 (24-26)

TONIGHT’S GAME INFORMATION
Starting Pitchers: LHP Jonathon Niese (5-5, 2.96) vs. LHP Roenis Elias (7-8, 4.54)
7:10 pm
Day
Date
Tuesday
July 22
Wednesday July 23

Opp.
NYM
NYM

Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle / Mariners.com

Time
7:10 pm
12:40 pm

Mariners Pitcher
TBA
RH Hisashi Iwakuma (8-4, 2.95)

vs.
vs.

TV: ROOT SPORTS

Opposing Pitcher
RH Jacob deGrom (3-5, 3.18)
RH Bartolo Colon (8-8, 4.12)

TELEVISION
ROOT SPORTS
ROOT SPORTS

All games broadcast on 710 ESPN Seattle & Mariners Radio Network…home games feature SAP in Spanish on ROOT SPORTS & ESPN Deportes

INTERLEAGUE PLAY
Tonight is the 10th of 20 games in
Interleague play for the Mariners this
season with the first game of a threegame series vs. the New York Mets…
Seattle is 165-148 all-time vs. the NL,
including 89-68 at home dating back to
the start of Interleague play in 1997:
Year
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011*
2012
2013
2014
Totals

Home
6-2
4-4
4-5
6-3
6-3
5-4
4-5
5-4
7-2
7-2
5-4
3-6
7-2
6-3
6-6
3-6
3-7
2-0
89-68

Road
1-7
3-5
3-6
5-4
6-3
6-3
6-3
4-5
3-6
7-2
4-5
6-3
4-5
3-6
3-3
5-4
5-5
2-5
76-80

Totals
7-9
7-9
7-11
11-7
12-6
11-7
10-8
9-9
10-8
14-4
9-9
9-9
11-7
9-9
9-9
8-10
8-12
4-5
165-148

*played 3 games vs. FLA at Safeco Field as the away team

PLAYING GOOD BALL
Since April 23, starting with Kyle
Seager’s walk-off 3-run home run vs.
Houston to snap an 8-game losing
streak, the Mariners are 45-33,the 3rdbest winning percentage in the Majors
(and AL West) during this stretch:
Rk
1.
2.
3.
4.

Team
Record since 4/23
LA Angels ...........................49-28 (.636)
Oakland ..............................48-30 (.615)
Seattle................................45-33 (.577)
Baltimore ............................44-34 (.564)
Detroit .................................44-34 (.564)

INSIDE THE NUMBERS

122

Robinson Cano leads the Majors with
122 hits as a left-handed batter.

MLB RUN DIFFERENTIAL
Three of the top 4 run differentials in the
Majors belong to AL West teams:
RK
1.
2.
3.
4.

TEAM
MLB RUN DIFFERENTIAL
Oakland............................+150 (485-335)
LA Angels ...........................+90 (489-399)
Washingon ........................ +66 (402-337)
Seattle .............................. +56 (388-332)

RK
1.
2.
3.
RK
1.
2.

TEAM (overall)
ERA
Oakland .......................................... 3.12
Seattle............................................ 3.13
Kansas City .................................... 3.76
TEAM (bullpen)
ERA
Seattle............................................ 2.41
Oakland .......................................... 2.98
Cleveland........................................ 2.98
TEAM (starters)
ERA
Oakland .......................................... 3.20
Seattle............................................ 3.48
Tampa Bay...................................... 3.73

AL ERA LEADERS

RK
1.
2.
3.

VS. THE METS
The Mariners and Mets are meeting for
just the 4th time, and first since 2008…
Seattle holds a 7-2 advantage in the series, including winning 7 straight games
from June 8, 2003-June 24, 2008...the
Mets are making their first trip to Safeco
Field since being swept by the Mariners
in a 3-game set June 17-19, 2005.
Year
2014
2008
2005
2003
All-Time

Home
0-0
0-0
3-0
0-0
3-0

Road
0-0
2-1
0-0
2-1
4-2

Totals
0-0
2-1
3-0
2-1
7-2

TONIGHT’S TILT…the Mariners open a 7-game homestand tonight with the first of a 3-game series
vs. the New York Mets…also host the Baltimore Orioles for a 4-game series in the first ‘stand of the
second half…went 1-2 on the 3-game recently completed weekend series at LAA...tonight’s game
will be televised on ROOT SPORTS in HD & broadcast live on 710 ESPN Seattle & Mariners Radio
Network.
ODDS AND ENDS…lost yesterday...have won 9 of 17, 15 of 25 and 18 of last 30 games...are 3rd
in the AL West, 8.0 games back of 1st-place OAK and 6.5 back of 2nd-place LAA...the Mariners
reached the All-Star break with a 51-44 (.537) record, the 5th-best winning percentage in the AL.




Dominating – Felix Hernandez leads the AL in ERA (2.02), ranks 2nd in strikeouts (163), T3rd in wins
(11), 1st in quality starts (19), 2nd in innings pitched (151.1) and 1st in WHIP (0.90).
The Closer – Fernando Rodney is 1st in the AL with 27 saves (27-for-30 in save opps).
Multi-Hit Special – Robinson Cano is 2nd in the AL with 38 multi-hit games…3rd with 122 hits.
Maurer Power – Brandon Maurer has not allowed a run in 8 games in relief (12.2 IP, 5 H, 16 K, 2 BB).
AL West – Seattle is 27-23 against the AL West division, including winning 7 of last 10 G.

INTERLEAGUE PLAY…the Mariners boast the best ERA in Interleague history with a 3.64 ERA (1125
ER, 2783.0 IP) in 313 games since the start of Interleague play in 1997...also lead the Majors with
33 shutouts during Interleague, ranking ahead of the Yankees (27)...the Mariners have the 8th best
winning percentage in the Major Leagues since the start of Interleague play in 1997...posted a .500 or
better record vs. the National League in 12 of last 14 seasons (since 2000)...since June 4, the Mariners
starters have allowed only 2 runs over 33.0 innings in the last 5 starts during Interleague.
CASE OF THE MONDAY’S…the Mariners have started off the “work week” in grand fashion this
season, going 11-1 on Monday’s…have won the last 9 Monday affairs…the pitching staff has a 2.00
ERA (24 ER, 108.0 IP) and the hitters are batting .276 (115x416).
PLAYING THE TOUGH GUYS TOUGH…Seattle is 26-16 (.619) against teams with a .500-or-better
record (at the time they played) and 26-30 (.464) against teams that are below .500…Seattle is 16-12
(.571) against American League teams that are currently in playoff position: 7-6 vs. Oakland, 7-5 vs.
Los Angeles & 2-1 vs. Detroit…have yet to play against Baltimore this season.
GOOD TO BE HOME…Kyle Seager has hit safely in 15 of his last 17 games with 10 multi-hit
contests at home...during this stretch since June 14, Seager is batting .484 (30x62) with 9 runs
scored, 7 doubles, 5 home runs and 20 RBI...overall this season he is .batting .353 (59x167) with 22
runs scored, 9 doubles, 1 triple, 13 home runs and 42 RBI...his .353 batting average at home is the
3rd-highest in the American League this season, while teammate Robinson Cano ranks T5th with
a .333 (57x171) average at home.
RODNEY APPROACHING 200 SAVES…Fernando Rodney is 1 save away from 200 for his career
after recording his 199th career save on July 11 vs. OAK, with his AL leading 27th save of the season…
since the start of the 2012 season Rodney has recorded 112 saves, 2nd-most in the Majors (most in AL)
behind Atlanta’s Craig Kimbrel (122)…Rodney’s 199 career saves are 6th-most among active pitchers: J.
Nathan (360), F. Rodriguez (332), J. Papelbon (309), J. Valverde (288) & H. Street (258).
ALL ABOUT THE PEN…the Mariners hold the lowest bullpen ERA in the Majors at 2.41 (77 ER,
287.2 IP)…also have the lowest opponents batting average in the AL at .214 (222x1039) and the
lowest opponent OPS (.601)...the bullpen has allowed 6 runs over the last 4 games (2.79/6 ER, 19.1
IP), after allowing only 7 earned runs over the prior 66.1 innings (0.95 ERA) from June 20-July 12.
SOUTHPAW SUCCESS…the Mariners will face left-handers tonight and Tuesday in this series against
the Mets…Seattle is 21-13 against left-handed starters this season including winning 9 of the last 14
starts vs. a left-handed starters…the 21 wins against left-handers are the most in baseball, ahead of
the Tigers (20), Angels (20) & Athletics (18).
MARINERS AND METS CONNECTIONS…Looking for a few off-beat story ideas, here are some
connections to current Mariners personnel and the Mets:
• Jack Z. - Mariners General Manager Jack Zduriencik spent 2 stints with the Mets beginning his career in
NY as an area scout (1983-89), scouting crosschecker (1990, 1994-95), MiL Operations Director (1996-97) and
Special Asst. to GM (1998)...he also worked as Mets Advance Scout during its playoff run in 1986 and 1988.
• HoJo - Mariners hitting coach Howard Johnson played 9 seasons for the Mets from 1985-1993…was an AllStar in 1989 and 1991, and a member of the 1986 World Series Champions.
• Endy - Mariners outfielder Endy Chavez played for the Mets from 2006-2008, and who could forget his
amazing catch in Game 7 of the 2006 NLCS to rob Scott Rolen of a home run.
• Jason Phillips - Mariners bullpen catcher Jason Phillips played four seasons for the Mets from 2001-2004…
made his MLB debut with the Mets on Sept. 19, 2001.
• Chris Woodward - Mariners infield coach Chris Woodward was a member of the Mets in 2005-2006.
• Chris Young2 - This series features a pair of Chris Young’s…Mariners right-handed pitcher and the Mets
outfielder…no relation of course.
• Born in Olympia - Mets relief pitcher Dana Eveland was born in Olympia, Washington’s state capital.
• Rich Donnelly - Mariners 3B Coach Rich Donnelly was the manager of the Mets New York-Penn League
affiliate Brooklyn Cyclones from 2011-2013 before joining the Mariners.

AS YOU KNOW...Robinson Cano is batting .414 (24x58) in 14 games in the month of July, ranking
4th in the Majors in average...BUT DID YOU KNOW?…among all active players in July, Cano’s
.329 average ranks 2nd in the AL, trailing only Mike Trout’s .336 average (min. 300 PA)?...overall
in his career, Cano batting .329 (292x888) with 133 runs, 64 doubles, 5 triples, 41 home runs and
148 RBI in 224 games in July...it is his highest monthly average, ahead of his .325 average in Sept.

2014 MARINERS GAME NOTES • MONDAY • JULY 21, 2014 • VS. NEW YORK METS • PAGE 2
TONIGHT’S MARINERS STARTER
LHP ROENIS ELIAS

ELIAS’ 2014 MLB STARTS

2014/Career MLB Breakdown:
Overall
Home
Road
vs. NYM

W-L
7-8
2-5
5-3
--

ERA
4.54
5.14
3.95
--

G/GS
IP
H R ER BB
19/19 113.0 103 62 57 40
10/10 56.0 54 35 32 19
9/9 57.0 49 27 25 21
--- -- -- -- --

SO HR
96 14
47 6
49 8
-- --

2013 AA Breakdown (Jackson Generals):
Overall
Home
Road

W-L
6-11
1-7
5-4

ERA
3.18
3.60
2.77

G/GS
IP
H R ER BB SO HR
22/22 130.0 112 57 46 50 121 9
11/11 65.0 63 37 26 25 59 3
11/11 65.0 49 20 20 25 62 6

Career MiLB Breakdown:
Overall
Home
Road
Start
Relief

W-L
22-19
8-11
14-8
15-19
0-0

ERA
3.61
3.92
3.34
3.69
1.29

ABOUT ELIAS…

G/GS
59/56
28/26
31/30
56/56
3/0

IP
326.2
154.0
172.2
319.2
7.0

H R ER BB SO HR
301 165 131 112 290 35
155 93 67 57 136 16
146 72 64 55 154 19
293 162 130 111 286 35
8 3
1
1
4 0

DT
OPP
SCR
4/3
@OAK 2-3
4/9
LAA
0-2
4/14 @TEX 7-1
4/19 @MIA 0-7
4/25
TEX
6-5
APRIL: 5 GS, 1-2, 3.54
5/1
@NYY 4-2
5/6
@OAK 8-3
5/11
KC
7-9
5/17 @MIN 3-4
5/22 HOU
3-1
5/27
LAA
4-6
MAY: 6 GS, 2-2, 4.38
6/1
DET
4-0
6/7
@TB
7-4
6/12
NYY
3-6
6/17
SD
6-1
6/22 @KC 2-1
6/28
CLE
0-5
JUNE: 6 GS, 4-2, 3.86
7/4 @CWS 1-7
7/9
MIN
1-8
JULY: 2 GS, 0-2, 11.88

• Pronounced: Roenis (roh-EN-ees) Elias (ehl-LEE-us)
• 25-year-old left-hander is making his 20th career start tonight vs. the Mets.
• Has spent entire career in the Mariners organization after signing as a minor league free agent on May 3, 2011.
• Defected from Cuba to Mexico in late 2010 after playing with Guantanamo in Serie Nacional.
• Owns a career MiL record of 22-19, 3.61 ERA (131 ER, 326.2 IP) in 59
games/56 starts over 3 seasons.
• Made his US professional debut in 2011 with the AZL Mariners…also
appeared in games with Pulaski and Clinton during his rookie campaign.

LAST TIME OUT…L#8 in his shortest (tied) outing of the season in an 8-1
loss to the Twins on July 9…the 7 runs allowed were a career-high…gave
up four doubles in the first two innings (and five runs)…left game in 4th
inning with two runners on base (both scored).
GOOD TIME FOR A BREAK…is 0-3 with a 10.05 ERA (16 ER, 14.1 IP)
with 6 walks and 11 strikeouts in his last three starts before the All-Star
Break…began the season going 7-5 with a 3.74 ERA (41 ER, 98.2 IP) with
34 waks and 85 strikeouts over his first 16 starts of the season.
TOP OF THE LINEUP…is limiting the first three hitters in the lineup to a
.197 (30x152) batting average…the bottom two-thirds of the lineup is hitting .273 (73x267) against Elias…cleanup hitters are hitting .340 (17x50).

W-L
ND
L (0-1)
W (1-1)
L (1-2)
ND
W (2-2)
W (3-2)
ND
L (3-3)
ND
L (3-4)
W (4-4)
W (5-4)
L (5-5)
W (6-5)
W (7-5)
L (7-6)
L (7-7)
L (7-8)

IP
5.0
5.0
6.2
5.2
5.2
28.0
7.0
6.1
5.0
7.0
5.1
6.1
37.0
9.0
7.2
3.1
7.0
6.2
6.0
39.2
5.0
3.1
8.1

H
2
4
5
8
5
24
6
5
9
6
3
8
37
3
5
6
3
5
6
28
7
7
14

R
1
2
1
6
3
13
2
3
5
4
1
5
20
0
4
6
1
1
5
17
5
7
12

ER
1
2
1
4
3
11
2
3
3
4
1
5
18
0
4
6
1
1
5
17
5
6
11

BB
3
1
2
5
3
14
2
3
1
1
4
1
12
1
2
3
0
2
2
10
1
3
4

SO
3
2
5
5
6
21
10
6
5
4
6
5
36
8
5
4
6
5
2
30
6
3
9

HR
0
1
0
1
0
2
1
1
1
1
1
0
5
0
2
1
1
0
1
5
2
0
2

scr
left
2-1
0-2
7-1
0-6
2-2

PC-K
80-46
91-54
104-70
111-64
96-62

4-2
4-3
7-4
2-4
1-1
4-3

110-73
107-64
87-61
92-62
100-53
92-60

4-0
7-4
1-4
6-1
2-1
0-5

111-72
99-60
70-39
87-60
92-59
100-58

0-5
0-6

87-55
83-51

LAST TIME
LAST START/LOSS: 7/9 vs. MIN (3.1,7,7,6,3,3)
LAST WIN: 6/22 at KC (6.2,5,1,1,2,5)
LAST ND: 5/22 vs. HOU (5.1,3,1,1,4,6,HR)
LAST CG: 6/1 vs. DET (9.0,3,0,0,1,8)
LAST ShO: 6/1 vs. DET (9.0,3,0,0,1,8)
CAREER HIGHS (as starter)
INNINGS: 9.0: 6/1/14 vs. DET
HITS: 9, 5/11/14 vs. KC
RUNS: 6, 4/19/14 at MIA
STRIKEOUTS: 10, 5/1/14 at NYY
WALKS: 5, 4/19/14 at MIA
HOME RUNS: 2, 2x, last: 7/4/14 at CWS
LOW-HIT GAME (CG): 3, 6/1/14 vs. DET
LONGEST WIN STREAK: 2, 3x, last: 6/17-6/22
LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 3, 6/28/14-current
ELIAS vs. METS
Making his first career appearance against the Mets.
AVG

AB

H

HR

RBI

BB

SO

FIRST HALF IN REVIEW…Elias made 19 starts in the first half of the sea- Has not faced any New York Mets hitters.
son, the most in club history by a rookie pitcher prior to the All-Star
break...in Pre-ASG club ranking Elias is 2nd in strikeouts (next: 1. Pineda: 113 in 2011), T4th in wins (next: 3. Pineda: 8 in 2011) and T3rd in
innings pitched (next: 3. Pineda: 113.0 in 2011; 2. Young: 116.1 in 1983; 1. Fleming: 118.0 in 1992).
ROOKIE SHUTOUT…Elias tossed the first complete game and shutout of his career on June 1 against the Tigers…allowed just three hits, all
singles…after V. Martinez reached second base in the 2nd inning, no Tigers player got past first base…he is the first Mariners rookie to record
a shutout since Freddy Garcia on Aug. 24, 1999 vs. Detroit…it is the only complete game by a Mariners pitcher this season.
ROOKIE RANKINGS…among Major League rookie pitchers, ranks T2nd in wins (7), 3rd in strikeouts (96), 2nd innings pitched (113.0), T1st with
19 starts and T1st in shutouts (1)...the Yankees Masahiro Tanaka leads in wins, strikeouts and innings.
DOUBLE TROUBLE…Elias has induced 15 double plays this season…his 15 opponent GDIP currently rank T4th in the AL…is 1 of 8 Mariners
pitchers to record at least 15 double plays during rookie campaign (currently T5th; D. Fleming, ‘92 and F. Garcia, ‘99 are T3 w/16) and most
since Hisashi Iwakuma had 19 GIDP induced during his 2012 rookie season.
ROOKIE STRIKEOUTS…with his 10 strikeout performance vs. the Yankees, Elias became the 12th Mariners rookie pitcher (21st time) to recorded a double-digit strikeout game (last: James Paxton, 9/24/13 vs. KC)…he is the fifth different Mariners rookie to strike out 10 or more batters
in one game over the last four seasons (Pineda - 2011, Ramirez - 2012, Iwakuma - 2012, Paxton - 2013).
NICE START ROOK…Elias recorded a 3.54 ERA in his 5 April starts…was the 3rd-best rookie ERA in month of April in club history behind
Michael Pineda (2.01 ERA/7 ER, 31.1 IP) & Erik Hanson (2.23 ERA/8 ER, 32.1 IP). and ahead of Freddy Garcia (3.73 ERA/13 ER, 31.1 IP.
THERE IS ALWAYS A FIRST…recorded 1st Major League win in 7-1 game at Texas on April 14…began with 6.0 shutout innings before allowing
one run in the 7th…allowed a runner in 6 of the 7 innings he pitched in but induced 3 double plays…his first quality start & struck out 5 batters.
MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUT…recorded no decision in Major League debut April 3 at OAK, despite leaving game with 2-1 lead…allowed 1 run on 2
hits, while walking 3 & striking out 3 in 5.0 innings…is 1 of only 5 Mariners starting pitchers to toss at least 5.0 innings, allowing 1 run or less in
ML debut, joining Taijuan Walker (8/30/13 at HOU), Blake Beavan (7/31/11 vs. SD), Pat Rice (5/18/91 at NYY) & Rich DeLucia (9/8/90 at BOS).
WHAT A JUMP…Elias is the Mariners fourth starting pitcher since 1993 to jump from Double-A to a starting spot in the Major League rotation,
joining Brandon Maurer in 2013, Mike Hampton and John Cummings, who both did it out of Class A back in 1993…Mark Langston also made
the jump from Double-A in 1984 after previously pitching in AA Chattanooga.
STARTING DEBUT…Elias is 8th Mariners pitcher to make ML debut in start since 2005: James Paxton (9/7/13), Taijuan Walker (8/30/13),
Brandon Maurer (4/4/13), Anthony Vasquez (8/23/11), Blake Beavan (7/3/11), Michael Pineda (4/5/11) & Felix Hernandez (8/4/05).
FOREIGN-BORN PLAYERS…born 8/1/88 in Guantanamo, Cuba, Elias is one of 19 MLB players born in Cuba to make an Opening Day roster,
including 1 of 6 pitchers (Francisco Bueno-KC, Aroldis Chapman-CIN, Jose Fernandez-MIA, Onelki Garcia-LAD, Miguel Gonzalez-PHI)…Elias
is also the 5th Cuban-born player in Mariners franchise history, including the 3rd pitcher (also: Tony Fossas, 1998 and Diego Segui, 1977)…
he is the first Cuban-born player to record a win in Mariners franchise history.
FIRST OPENING DAY ROSTER…Elias and James Paxton were the Mariners fourth and fifth rookie pitchers to crack the Opening Day starting
rotation since 1999 (also: Brandon Maurer in 2013, Michael Pineda in 2011 and Freddy Garcia in 1999).
MINOR LEAGUE CAREER…went 22-19 with a 3.61 ERA (131 ER, 326.2 IP) in 59 games/56 career starts over 3 seasons in the minor leagues…
went 11-6 with a 3.76 ERA (62 ER, 148.1 IP) in 26 starts with High Desert in 2012…Elias was only the 4th pitcher in franchise history to start at
least 25 games and have an ERA under 4.00 in a single season…joined John Patterson (2.83) and Brad Penny (2.96) in 1998 and Luis Galindez
(3.87) in 1992…recorded his first career double digit strikeout game with a career-high 11 K’s in 7.2 innings on July 21 at Stockton…made professional debut w/ AZL Mariners on July 17, 2011 (1.0,1,0,0,0,0)…recorded first career win on July 24 at Danville w/Pulaski (4.0,3,0,0,0,1,HB).

TOMORROW’S PROBABLE STARTER: TBA

2014 MARINERS GAME NOTES • MONDAY • JULY 21, 2014 • VS. NEW YORK METS • PAGE 3
TEAM PITCHING
Season Totals
Starters
Relievers
Safeco
Road
March/April
May
June
July

W-L
52-46
39-31
13-15
24-26
28-20
11-14
16-14
18-10
7-8

ERA
3.13
3.48
2.41
3.16
3.10
3.67
3.56
2.53
2.57

CG/SV
1/30
1/0
0/30
1/13
0/17
0/5
0/10
1/10
0/5

IP
885.0
597.1
287.2
450.0
435.0
220.2
268.0
249.0
147.1

H
739
517
222
367
372
192
246
191
110

R
332
248
84
169
163
102
113
70
47

ER
308
231
77
158
150
90
106
70
42

BB-I
277-23
170-8
107-15
136-5
141-18
93-7
76-3
68-4
40-9

SO
777
495
282
388
389
197
211
226
143

HR
86
69
17
42
44
25
29
19
13

MARINERS STARTING PITCHERS BREAKDOWN
Pitcher
49-Beavan, rhp
29-Elias, lhp
34-Hernandez, rhp
18-Iwakuma, rhp
37-Maurer, rhp
65-Paxton, lhp
50-Ramirez, rhp
32-Walker, rhp
54-Wilhelmsen, rhp
53-Young, rhp

Last Start (IP,H,R,ER,BB,K)
4/15 at TEX (4.0,6,2,2,0,1,2HR)
7/9 vs. MIN (3.1,7,7,6,3,3)
7/19 at LAA (7.0,2,1,0,4,9)
7/18 at LAA (7.0,6,2,2,0,3)
5/29 vs. LAA (4.0,6,5,5,4,2,HR)
4/8 vs. LAA (5.+,4,3,3,0,4)
6/24 vs. BOS (4.1,5,2,2,5,2,HR)
7/6 at CWS (4.0,2,1,1,5,3,WP)
7/10 vs. MIN (2.2,1,2,1,3,3)
7/20 at LAA (6.0,10,3,3,0,7,HR-2)

INNINGS
0.0-4.2
5.0-5.2
6.0-6.2
7.0-7.2
8.0-9.0
Total Starts
Runs scored/start:
Team Record:

Team No.
Hernandez
(Team Rec.) (Starter’s Rec.)
17 (4-13)
0 (0-0)
17 (7-10)
1 (0-0)
24 (13-11)
4 (2-0)
25 (15-10)
8 (3-1)
15 (13-2)
8 (6-1)
98 (52-46)
21 (11-2)
3.96 (388 R) 5.00 (105 R)
52-46
15-6

Result
L
L
ND
ND
L
W
ND
L
L
ND

Streak
L2
L3
W3
W3
L4
W5
L4
L1
L1
L2

GS
1
19
21
15
7
2
11
2
1
19

Iwakuma

Ramirez

1 (0-1)
1 (0-0)
3 (2-1)
5 (2-2)
5 (5-0)
15 (8-4)
4.27 (64 R)
9-6

5 (0-1)
2 (0-1)
3 (0-2)
1 (1-0)
0 (0-0)
11 (1-4)
3.82 (42 R)
4-7

IP/GS
4.0
6.0
7.2
7.0
4.7
6.0
4.8
5.0
2.2
6.1

P/GS
63.0
94.7
103.1
93.1
85.4
79.5
85.0
88.5
54.0
96.5

Paxton

SB/CS K/9
0/1
2.25
3/0
7.65
14/2
9.69
0/6
7.21
3/0
4.73
0/0
9.75
5/2
7.13
1/0
8.10
2/0
10.13
5/3
5.31
Elias

BB/9
0.00
3.19
1.72
0.69
3.90
1.50
4.92
6.30
10.13
2.97

Young

QS
0
6
19
10
0
1
4
1
0
12

Walker

0 (0-0)
2 (0-2)
1 (0-0)
1 (0-1)
1 (1-0)
7 (0-3)
4 (2-2)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
5 (3-2)
8 (4-2)
1 (1-0)
1 (1-0)
4 (3-1)
5 (1-2)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
1 (1-0)
1 (1-0)
0 (0-0)
2 (2-0)
19 (7-8)
19 (8-6)
1 (1-0)
6.50 (13 R) 3.58 (68 R) 3.16 (60 R) 5.00 (10 R)
2-0
9-10
10-9
1-1

GIDP
1
15
7
10
5
1
2
2
0
5

W/L
After Loss
0-0
2-3
7-2
4-2
0-2
1-0
0-1
0-0
0-1
4-2

Beavan

Maurer

1 (0-1)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
1 (0-1)
0.00 (0 R)
0-1

Team
Record
0-1
9-10
15-6
9-6
2-5
2-0
4-7
1-1
0-1
10-9
Wilhelmsen

5 (0-3)
1 (0-1)
1 (1-0)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
1 (0-1)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
7 (1-4)
1 (0-1)
3.71 (26 R) 2.00 (2 R)
2-5
0-1

MARINERS BULLPEN BRIEFS
PITCHER
97-Beimel, lhp
40-Farquhar, rhp
41-Furbush, lhp
52-Leone, rhp
37-Maurer, rhp*
31-Medina, rhp
56-Rodney, rhp
54-Wilhelmsen, rhp*
53-Young, rhp*

LAST APP.
7/20 at LAA
7/18 at LAA
7/19 at LAA
7/19 at LAA
7/19 at LAA
7/20 at LAA
7/20 at LAA
7/18 at LAA
4/6 at OAK

IP,H,R,ER,BB,K
LAST WIN
0.1,1,0,0,0,0
6/24 vs. BOS
2.0,1,0,0,0,3
4/27 vs. TEX
1.0,0,0,0,0,0 (SV) 6/20 at KC
1.0,2,1,1,0,1,HR (W) 7/19 at LAA
1.0,1,0,0,0,2
8/20/13 at OAK
1.0,2,1,1,0,2
6/21 at KC
1.1,3,2,2,3(2 IBB),1 4/23 vs. HOU
4.0,1,0,0,0,4
7/5 at CWS
2.0,0,0,0,0,2
None

LAST SAVE
6/11/09 vs. CIN w/WAS
5/4 at HOU
7/19 at LAA
None
None
6/18/13 at LAA
7/11 vs. OAK
6/30 at HOU
None

*Relief appearances only

#97 - JOE BEIMEL, LHP
2014: 35 G, 2-1, 1.45 ERA, 0-0 SV, 7 HLD
Career-High IP: 4.0 (9/13/05 vs. NYY w/TB) 2014-High IP: 2.0-2x (4/18 at MIA)
• Stranded 15 of 19 inherited runners…allowed runs in only 3 of 35 G.
• Is T4th among AL relievers in ERA at 1.45.
• Did not allow a run in 19.0 consecutive IP May 2 - July 10; streak was snapped
by Punto solo HR July 13.
• W#2 with 1.1 IP (0 R) 6/24 vs. BOS.
• Did not allow an inherited runner to score until June 19 @SD.
• W#1 on 6/9 at TB, retiring both BF; first win since 7/24/11 vs. STL w/PIT.
• Appearance on 4/1 was first appearances in 951 days (last: 8/22/11).
• Signed by Seattle as a MiL free agent on Jan. 24, 2014.
#40 - DANNY FARQUHAR, RHP
2014: 39 G, 1-1, 2.74 ERA, 1-3 SV, 9 HLD
Career-High IP: 3.0 (7/31/13 at BOS)
2014-High IP: 2.0, 4x (last: 6/9 at TB)








4th on team with 39 appearances.
Has not allowed a run in 32 of 39 appearances...1 or less in 36 of 39 games.
Allowed just 2R in last 11 games (6/17-current) in 11.2 IP (1.54 ERA).
HR allowed 6/14 vs. TEX (Chirinos) was just 4th in his career (87 G).
Allowed only 1 R in 10.1 innings (11 G) May 13-June 13.
Tossed 2.0 ShO IP 6/9 at TB, tying his season-high in innings pitched.
Tossed 1.0 ShO IP (1 H) 6/3 at Atlanta to hold a 7-5 lead in the 8th.
Did not allow a run (1 H) in 6 G 5/13-26…1.0 ShO IP 5/26 vs. LAA.
1st MLB win 4/27 vs. TEX (1.0 IP, 1 H, 1 K)...was career game #60.

#41 - CHARLIE FURBUSH, LHP

2014: 40 G, 1-4, 3.81 ERA, 1-1 SV, 11 HLD

Career-High IP: 5.0 IP (5/27/11 vs. BOS)

2014-High IP: 1.2 (6/10 vs. NYY)

• T1st on club with 40 appearances.
• First career SV on 7/19 at LAA...entered game after a HR to lead off the 12th
inning; recorded the final 3 outs in order to record the save.
• Stranded 23 of 28 inherited runners (81.5%).
• Boasts a 2.20 ERA (4 ER, 16.1 IP) in 20 games in Safeco Field.
• Since May 5 is 1-1-1, 1.89 (4 ER, 19.0 IP) in 26 G w/19 SO (2 BB).
• Allowed 2-run HR to Konerko 7/4 at CWS…had given up 2 R in previous 20
G (May 5-June 27).
• W #1 6/20 at KC; retired both BF, stranding 3 inherited runners in tie game in 8th.
• L #4 6/18 at SD, allowed infield hit and bloop RBI single in 8th inning.
#52 - DOMINIC LEONE, RHP

2014: 36 G, 3-2, 2.20 ERA, 0-2 SV, 5 HLD

2014/Career-High IP: 2.1 (5/14 vs. TB)

• Averaging 10.10 K/9.0 IP (46 SO, 41.0 IP).
• Allowed runs in just 8 of 36 appearances this season (10 ER total).
• W #3 7/19 at LAA, tossed scoreless 11th inning before being removed after
allowing a leadoff HR in the bottom of the 12th inning (Furbush SV).
• L#2 7/18 at LAA, allowing WO PH 1B in bottom of 16th innings with 2 outs.
• Struck out 3 in 1.1 ShO IP July 9 vs. Minnesota.
• BS #2 6/20 at KC; allowed 2 inherited runners to score in 6th to tie game at 5.
• BS #1/L #1 on 6/19 at SD, charged with season-high 4 ER on 3 H in 0.1 IP.
• W #2 tossing 2.0 ShO innings while striking out 4 on June 3 at Atlanta.
• MLB W #1 5/22 vs. HOU w/1.2 ShO IP (1 H, 2 K), stranded 1 inherited runner.
• Tossed season-high 2.1 ShO IP, striking out 5 and 5/14 vs. TB.
• Made ML debut on 4/6 at OAK, allowing 1 H, 1 BB, 1 K in scoreless 7th.
• Selected from AAA Tacoma 4/4; had reported to AAA, but did not pitch.

LAST LOSS
4/17 at TEX
4/11 vs. KC
6/18 at SD
7/18 at LAA
None
4/18 at MIA
7/20 at LAA
4/20 at MIA
None
Team Bullpen Totals

SV/OPP
0/0 (---)
1/3 (.333)
1/1 (1.000)
0/2 (.000)
0/0 (---)
0/1 (.000)
27/30 (.900)
1/3 (.333)
0/0 (---)
30/40 (.750)

1st BF/RETIRED
35/29 (.829)
39/29 (.744)
40/27 (.675)
36/26 (.723)
8/7 (.875)
40/31 (.775)
40/28 (.700)
34/23 (.676)
1/1 (1.000)
280/200 (.714)

RI/STRANDED
19/15 (.789)
15/12 (.821)
28/23 (.815)
18/8 (.444)
1/1 (1.000)
12/10 (.833)
8/7 (.875)
12/8 (.667)
2/1 (.500)
120/88 (.733)

#37 - BRANDON MAURER, RHP 2014: 15 G, 7 GS, 1-4, 5.40 ERA, 0-0 SV, 0 HLD
Career-High IP: 4.0 (8/28/13 vs. TEX)
2014-High IP: 2.2 (7/9 vs. MIN)
• Is 0-0, 0.00 (0 ER, 12.2 IP) in 8 G in relief this season; 1-4, 7.52 in 7 GS.
• 4 of his 8 relief appearances this season have been 2.0 IP or longer.
• Opponents are 5-for-43 (.116) w/16 strikeouts in his 8 relief appearances.
• Tossed career-high 2.2 innings as reliever on July 9 vs. MIN (2 K).
• Worked 2.0 IP 7/6 at CWS (0 H, 1 BB, 2 K) & 7/1 at HOU (2 H, 1 BB, 1 K).
• Struck out 4 Red Sox in 2.0 ShO innings on June 25 vs. BOS in 1st relief app.
• Recalled from AAA Tacoma on June 25 (E. Ramirez optioned).
• AAA Tacoma: 1-0 with 2.79 ERA (6 ER, 19.1 IP) with 24 K in 12 G (1 start).
• Made 7 starts with Seattle (April 20-May 29), going 1-4 with a 7.52 ERA (27
ER, 32.1 IP) with 17 strikeouts (failed to go 5.0 IP in 5 of 7 starts).
#31 - YOERVIS MEDINA, RHP
2014: 40 G, 4-1, 2.36 ERA, 0-1 SV, 14 HLD
Career-High IP: 2.1-3x (last: 7/23/13 vs. CLE) 2014-High IP: 1.1-2x (4/14 at TEX)
• Leads team 14 holds…T1st on team w/40 G...T5th in AL w/4 relief W.
• Is 3-0, 0.87 (2 ER / 20.2 IP) in last 25 games (May 5-current) w/21 strikeouts.
• 1 R, 7 H in last 17.1 IP, May 17-current (21 G) with 17 strikeouts.
• W #4 6/21 at KC; tossed 1-2-3 8th in 1-1 tie; Mariners scored 1 in 9th for win.
• W #3 6/8 at TB; tossed scoreless 8th, keeping game tied 0-0.
• Earned W#2 in G#1 of DH 5/7 at OAK (1.0,0,0,0,1,1,HBP).
#56 - FERNANDO RODNEY, RHP 2014: 40 G, 1-4, 2.33 ERA, 27-30 SV, 0 HLD
Career-High IP: 3.0 (9/18/12 vs. BAL) 2014-High IP: 1.1-2x (last: 7/20 at LAA)






1st in the AL w/27 saves…allowed at least 1 base runner in 17 of 30 SV ops.
BS #3 7/20 at LAA snapped string of 16 straight converted save opps (5/22-7/11).
Has converted 16 of last 17 save opps since 5/22 (9 H, 3 ER, 6 BB (2 IBB), 18 K).
4 R in last 22.1 IP (1.61 ERA) with 16 SV in 23 G since 5/18.
SV #27 7/11 vs. OAK, walking 1 and striking out 1 in 9th inning.
SV #26 7/7 vs. MIN, 2 K in 1-2-3 9th inning.
Has 4 career 25-save seasons, (37 in 2009 w/DET, 48 in 2012 and 37 in 2013
w/TB and 27 {and counting} w/SEA in 2014)...has 112 saves since the start of
the 2012 season; only Atlanta’s Craig Kimbrel has more (122).

#54 - TOM WILHELMSEN, RHP
2014: 35 G, 1-2, 2.35 ERA, 1-3 SV, 4 HLD
Career-High IP: 4.0 (7/18/14 at LAA)
2014-High IP: 4.0 (7/18/14 at LAA)
• Leads Mariners relievers with 53.2 innings pitched.
• Worked more than 1.0 IP in 17 of 35 games; 2.0+ IP in 13 of 35 games.
• Worked 2.0+ innings in 10 of last 14 G…1.80 ERA (6 ER, 30.0 IP) since 5/27.
• Tossed a career-high 4.0 innings in relief on July 18 at LAA, allowing only 1
hit and striking out 4.
• L #2 as spot starter (1st MLB GS) 7/10 vs. MIN (2.2,1,2,1,3,3).
• W #1 7/5 at CWS working 2.0 perfect innings in 12th & 13th frames.
• SV #1 6/30 at HOU, allowing 1 R over 3.0 IP; 1st SV since 7/28/13 vs. MIN.
• Career-high 3.0 ShO IP on 6/11 vs. NYY, 6/25 vs. BOS & 6/30 at HOU.
• Streak of 13.2 consecutive scoreless innings 4/21-5/21.
• Allowed 7 H and 0 R over 11 appearances (12.2 IP) 4/26-5/21.
• Ranks 8th in Mariners history with 54 career saves.

2014 MARINERS GAME NOTES • MONDAY • JULY 21, 2014 • VS. NEW YORK METS • PAGE 4
SEATTLE HITTERS vs. NEW YORK METS
D. Ackley
W. Bloomquist
R. Cano
E. Chavez
C. Hart
J. Jones
B. Miller
L. Morrison
S. Romero
M. Saunders -DL
K. Seager
J. Smoak
J. Sucre
M. Zunino

AVG
--.353
----.222
-------

AB
--17
----27
-------

#13 - DUSTIN ACKLEY, OF
Last Game: 1x4, RBI yest.
Road Trip: 5x14, 2 R, 2 2B, RBI, K

2013
H
--6
----6
-------

HR
--1
----0
-------

RBI
--2
----3
-------

vs. Niese: Never Faced
Current Streak: 3 G (5x14)
Last HR: 5/11 vs. KC, 2 (#4)

AVG
-.240
.284
.328
.303
--.254
-------

AB
-50
190
134
132
--126
-------

CAREER
H
-12
54
44
40
--32
-------

HR
-0
10
2
6
--3
-------

RBI
-3
33
16
24
--16
-------

HR@
SEA
10
3
8
3
2
0
7
4
1
22
26
27
0
9

#20 - LOGAN MORRISON, 1B/OF
vs. Niese: .333 (3x9), 2B, 2 RBI, 3 BB
Last Game: 1x4, RBI, 2B, BB, K, 7/19 at LAA
Current Streak: 1 G (1x4)
Road Trip: 1x9, 2B, RBI, 3 BB, K
Last HR: 7/11 vs. OAK (#5)

Season-Highs: streak: 3-8x (last: 7/18-c)…hits: 3-4x (7/2)…RBI: 3-2x (last: 6/7)

Season-Highs: streak: 6 (6/29-7/5)…hits: 4 (6/23)…RBI: 4 (6/23)







• Hitting .265 (22x83) with 8 R, 4 2B, 3 HR and 11 RBI & 6 BB in last 21 games;
hit .164 (10x61) in his first 20 games.
• Is 5-for-40 (.123) in last 10 games with R, 2 2B, HR, 3 BB, 6 K (7/6-current).
• Hit .395 (17x43) w/7 R, 2 2B, 2 HR, 9 RBI in 11 G (6/23-7/5).
• Career-high tying 4 hits on 6/23 vs. BOS, incl. 2 HR; 1st multi-HR G of career.

Batting .326 (15x46) with 4 R, 4 2B, 3 RBI and 2 BB in July (14 G).
Started 76 of 98 team games…has appeared in 88 games.
Is a .185 (25x135) hitter at home and .273 (42x154) on the road.
Career .563 hitter (18x32) with the bases loaded (2x5, BB, this season).
GW RBI in only AB, 6/21 at KC w/2-out 1B to RF to snap 1-1 tie in 9th.
2-for-4 with bases clearing double on 6/7 at TB, extending lead to 6-2.
2 HR 5/11 vs. KC…homered in 3 consec. PA 5/10-5/11.

#8 - WILLIE BLOOMQUIST, UTL
Last Game: 0x4, 2 K yest.
Road Trip: 1x5, R, BB, 2 K

vs. Niese: .667 (2x3), 2 RBI
Current Streak: 0 G (0x4)
Last HR: 5/23 vs. HOU (#1)

Season-Highs: streak: 4-2x (6/4-9)…hits: 2-10x (last: 7/4)…RBI: 3 (5/23)




Started 30 G this season: SS (10), 3B (5), 2B (6), LF (3), 1B (5), DH (1).
Hit in 15 of last 21 GS: 23x70/.329, 7 R, 4 2B, HR, 9 RBI (5/23-c).
Batting .400 (12x30) with 4 2B, HR, 12 RBI with runners in scoring position.
Hit a 2-run home run in the 6th 5/23 vs. HOU; 1st HR since 8/10/11 vs. HOU,
a span of 663 plate appearances (626 AB).

#22 - ROBINSON CANO, 2B
Last Game: 0x5, K 7/19 at LAA
Road Trip: 4x11, BB, K

vs. Niese: .333 (4x12), 2B, 4 K
Current Streak: 0 G (0x6)
Last HR: 7/12 vs. OAK (#7)

Season-Highs: streak: 10 (6/2-12)…hits: 4-2x (last: 7/18)…RBI: 3-4x (last: 7/12)










Hit safely in 8 of last 9 G: .462/18x39 with 2 R, 2 2B, HR, 6 RBI, 3 BB.
Batting .307 vs. LHP (42x137) and .352 (80x227) vs. RHP.
Reached base safely in 5 of 6 PA 7/18 at LAA (4x5, BB).
Started 5th straight All-Star game for AL at 2B…went 0x2 with 2 K’s.
Hits in 75 of 93 games with 38 multi-hit contests…reached safely in 82 G.
Leads AL in AVG, 2nd in AL in hits, 2nd in multi-hit G (38) & 13th in RBI (57).
Batting .362 (83x229) with 33 R, 16 2B, 6 HR, 38 RBI, 22 BB since 5/9.
0x4 on 6/13 snapped season-high 10G hit streak (6/2-12: 14x38/.368).
Missed 4 games (5/29-6/1) w/left hand contusion (first missed games of ‘14).
Reached safely (via H or BB) in 31 straight games, incl. 27 via hit, 4/20-5/24:
hit .368 (45x121), w/18 R, 9 2B, 3B, HR, 20 RBI, 10 BB & .414 OBP, .901 OPS.

#9 - ENDY CHAVEZ, OF
Last Game: 1x5, RBI, K, SB yest.
Road Trip: 4x14, 2 RBI, 3 K, 2 SB

vs. Niese: Never Faced
Current Streak: 5 G (7x22)
Last HR: 6/27 vs. CLE (#1)

Season-Highs: streak: 5-2x (last: 7/12-c)…hits: 3 (6/24)…RBI: 3 (6/23)








Mariners are 23-17 when he appears in a game this season.
Hits in 19 of last 26 G (.239/29x99, 11 R, 3 2B, 2 3B, HR, 8 RBI) since 6/15.
Reached safely in first PA in 13 of 28 leadoff starts (.423/11x26, 2 BB, 4 2B).
Homered June 27 vs. CLE, his first longball in 265 PA (since 5/30/13 @SD).
Had bases loaded triple on June 23 vs. Boston (3x5, 3B, RBI).
5-game hitting streak June 15-20, hitting (7x21/.333), 2 R, 2 2B, 2 BB.
Game-winning 2-out RBI 1B in 9th 6/8 at TB to break 0-0 tie in 5-0 win.
Selected from AAA Tacoma May 30; hit .272 (31x114) w/2 2B in 37 AAA games.

#27 - COREY HART, DH
Last Game: 1x2, BB, RBI yest.
Road Trip: 1x7, BB, 2 K, RBI

vs. Niese: .250 (2x8), 2B, RBI, 3 K
Current Streak: 1 G (1x2)
Last HR: 5/7 at OAK (#5)

Season-Highs: streak: 7 (4/15-23)…hits: 2-9x (last: 7/12)…RBI: 4 (4/8)






Since coming off DL is 8-for-36 (.222) with 9 strikeouts.
Returned from DL 7/4 at CWS driving in lone run on 9th inning sac fly.
Hit .297 (11x37), 3 2B, 3B, HR, 4 RBI in 10 G on rehab at AAA Tacoma.
Activated from 15-day DL 7/4.…went on 5/20 with strained left hamstring.
15th career multi-HR game 4/8 (last: 9/29/12), including season-high 4 RBI.
2013 Season: Did not appear in MLB game; had a pair of knee surgeries.

#99 - JAMES JONES, OF
Last Game: 0x1, R as PR yest.
Road Trip: 3x13, R, 5 K, SB

vs. Niese: Never Faced
Current Streak: 0 G (0x3)
Last HR: ---

Season-Highs: streak: 14 (5/9-5/24)…hits: 4 (6/30)…RBI: 2-2x (last: 7/1)










T6th in the AL w/18 SB, 2nd in AL since May 5 (J. Altuve, 30).
Batting .313 (21x67) with 9 R, 2 2B, 3B, 2 RBI, 2 BB in last 14 G (since 6/30).
T6th th in the American League with 16 infield hits.
Ranks 5th in single-season club history with 18 steals as rookie behind Ichiro (56 in
‘01), Phil Bradley (21 in ‘84), Donell Nixon (21 in 1987) & Rich Amaral (19 in 1993).
Set club record with hits in first 15 MLB starts of career.
Career-high 4 H & 3 SB 6/30 at HOU; 2nd x in club hist. w/4+ H, 3+ SB in game...
tied a Mariners single-game rookie club record with 3 steals in a game (2nd time).
0x4 May 25 snapped 14-G hitting streak (5/9-24); hit .288 (15x52) w/10 R.
1st Mariners player with 3 SB in a game since Ichiro on 8/4/10 vs. TEX (4 SB).
Made MLB debut 4/18 at MIA…INF 1B in first plate appearance…21st
Mariners player to record a hit in first MLB PA (last: Dustin Ackley in 2011).
Hit .313 (25x80) w/15 runs, 3 2B, 3B, 2 HR, 8 RBI in 20 G w/AAA Tacoma.

#5 - BRAD MILLER, SS
Last Game: 1x4 yest.
Road Trip: 3x15, R, RBI, BB/IBB, 4 K

vs. Niese: Never Faced
Current Streak: 1 G (1x4)
Last HR: 6/30 at HOU (#8)

Season-Highs: streak: 7 (6/16-22)…hits: 2-12x (last: 6/22)…RBI: 3 (4/1)







Ranks T2nd among AL shortstops w/8 HR (A. Cabrera-9/A. Ramirez - 8).
H in 21 of last 31 GS (since 6/10): .259 (28x108) w/11 R, 3 2B, 4 HR, 10 RBI.
Collected 2-out 2B and scored GA/GW run in 6th inning 7/11 vs. OAK.
Plated GW run with 14th-inning 2B July 5 (was 0x5 entering AB).
Since June 1, is batting .270 (31x115), w/17 R, 3 2B, 3B, 5 HR, 13 RBI, 11 BB.
Hit solo HR in T9th at KC (off Holland) 6/20 to snap 5-5 tie in 7-5 SEA win.
Had his 4th career multi-HR game 4/1 at LAA; has only 16 career HR’s.

#7 - STEFEN ROMERO, OF
Last Game: 1x4, R, K yest.
Road Trip: 1x9, 3 K

vs. Niese: Never Faced
Current Streak: 1 G (1x4)
Last HR: 6/3 at ATL (#3)

Season-Highs: streak: 4 (5/1-5)…hits: 3 (5/12)…RBI: 3-2x (last: 6/3)







Recalled from AAA Tacoma 7/17…hit .283 (13x46) in 11 G w/Tacoma.
Optioned to AAA Tacoma June 29 (post-game).
Has made 40 starts, 30 in RF, 9 at DH, 1 in LF (4 G in LF).
Pinch-hit 3R HR tied game at 5-5 in 4th inning 6/3 at ATL.
Hit first career HR 5/5 at OAK, a solo shot with 2 outs in the 5th (off Kazmir).
Recorded first MLB hit in 4th inning 4/2 against LAA’s Hector Santiago.
Made his MLB debut April 1 at LAA, going 0x4 while starting in right field.

#55 - MICHAEL SAUNDERS, OF - DL
Last Game: 1x4, 2 BB, 7/10 vs. MIN
Road Trip: ---

vs. Niese: Never Faced
Current Streak: 4 G (6x15)
Last HR: 7/7 vs. MIN (#6)

Season-Highs: streak: 8 (5/25-6/3)…hits: 3-3x (7/5)…RBI: 3-2x (last: 6/2)





Placed on 15-day DL June 11 w/strained left oblique (left game 7/10 in 8th).
Batting .391 (9x23) w/2 R, HR, 2 RBI, 3 BB, SB in 6 G (7/5-current).
Scored GW run 7/5 in 14th inning…tied season-high with 3 hits.
Left game in 4th inning w/ hyperextended left knee 5/10 vs. KC.
Hit 3rd career lead-off home run 4/26 vs. TEX (also: 5/4/2013 at TOR &
4/29/13 vs. BAL)…was first time batting lead off in 2014.

#15 - KYLE SEAGER, 3B
Last Game: 2x4, R, HR, RBI, K, CS yest.
Road Trip: 4x16, 2 R, 2B, HR, RBI, 4 K

vs. Niese: Never Faced
Current Streak: 2 G (4x9)
Last HR: 7/12 vs. OAK (#15)

Season-Highs: streak: 8 (4/23-5/3)…hits: 4-2x (last: 6/15)…RBI: 5 (4/23)

• Played in first All-Star game…went 0x2 (2 groundouts) as PH/DH…first Mariners 3B to be named to the All-Star team since Edgar Martinez in 1992
• Among AL 3B, ranks T2nd in hits, 2nd doubles, home runs, slugging and
OPS and T3rd in triples, .
• Batting .339 (40x118) w/15R, 10 2B, 7 HR, 25 RBI in last 30 G (since 6/15).
• Since April 23: .304 (89x293) w/35 R, 19 2B, 3 3B, 16 HR, 62 RBI in 76 G.
• Team leader in home runs (1st, 16), extra-base hits (42) and RBI (64).
• Batting .353 (59x167, 13 HR) at Safeco Field; .211 (40x190, 3 HR) on road.
• Tied career-high with 4 hits and drove in go-ahead run on June 15 vs. Texas.
• 4x5 w/2B, 2 3B, HR, 3 R, 3 RBI 6/2 at NYY; tied club-record w/4 XBH, 2 3B.
• Named AL Player of the Week June 30 (.583/14x24, 5 R, 3 2B, 2 HR, 8 RBI
1.542 OPS in 6 G) & AL Co-Player of the Week (w/Jose Abreu) for April 21-27
(.409/9x22, 8 R, 5 HR, 11 RBI, 1.091 SLG, 1.549 OPS in 6 G).
• Career-high 5 RBI as part of 2-HR game 4/23 vs. HOU…hit 2-run HR in 7th
inning and walk-off 3-run HR with 1 out in bottom of 9th inning.
#2 - JESUS SUCRE, C
Last Game: 1x4, RBI, 2 K, 7/19 at LAA
Road Trip: 1x4, RBI, 2 K

vs. Niese: Never Faced
Current Streak: 2 G (2x7)
Last HR: - - -

Season-Highs: streak: 2 (7/12-c)…hits: 1-2x (last: 7/19)…RBI: 1 (7/19)







Recalled from AAA Tacoma July 8 (John Buck DFA).
With AAA Tacoma appeared in 48 games batting .274 (48x175).
Over last 10 games in AAA hit .375 (15x40) with 5 2B, HR, 2 RBI.
In AAA, threw out 21 of 41 attempted base stealers (51%).
Made MLB debut 5/24/13 vs. TEX (1x4).
Was on MLB DL June 8-Aug. 16, 2013 with left wrist bone contusion.
Signed by Seattle as a minor league free agent 7/19/11 (re-signed in 2012).

#17 - JUSTIN SMOAK, 1B
Last Game: 1x4, R, K yest.
Road Trip: 4x10, R, 2B, RBI, 2 K

vs. Niese: Never Faced
Current Streak: 3 G (4x10)
Last HR: 5/27 vs. LAA (#7)

Season-Highs: streak: 6-2x (last: 5/3-7)…hits: 2-10x (last: 5/23)…RBI: 3-3x (last: 5/6)

• Recalled from AAA on 7/11…on 15-day DL 6/11(retro to 6/10)-7/4, w/
strained left quad…reinstated from DL and optioned to Tacoma 7/4.
• Hit .284 (21x74), 13 R, 4 2B, 3 HR, 11 RBI in 19 G w/Tacoma, including .208
(11x53) in 14 G on rehab assignment, June 18-July 3.
• On 15-day DL 6/11(retro to 6/10)-7/11, w/strained left quad.
• Recorded 23 hits batting right-handed this season (28 all last season).
• Scored career-high tying 3 runs (4x, last: 9/18/13 at DET)…hit 3-run HR in
9th to expand Seattle lead to 7-3 en route to a 10-4 win 3/31 at LAA.
#3 - MIKE ZUNINO, C
Last Game: 2x4, R, 2B, RBI yest.
Road Trip: 2x11, R, 2B, RBI, K

vs. Niese: Never Faced
Current Streak: 1 G (2x4)
Last HR: 7/7 vs. MIN (#13)

Season-Highs: streak: 6-2x (last: 6/18-25)…hits: 4 (4/29)…RBI: 3-2x (last: 5/28)

• Snapped 0-for-25 with 7th inning RBI double 7/20 at LAA.
• Set a club record with 13 HR before the All-Star Break as a catcher (Miguel
Olivo in 2011 & Dan Wilson in 1996 had 12).
• Leads all AL catchers (3rd in MLB) with 13 home runs.
• HR #13 7/7 vs. MIN; has homered in 6 of last 19 games (6/20-current).
• T5th in AL with 15 CCS…1st in AL with 3.01 Catcher’s ERA.
• Hit 5 of 13 home runs in Felix Hernandez’ starts.
• Batting .289 (26x90) w/8 2B, 3 HR vs. LHP this season.
• Go-ahead solo HR in 7th on June 22 at KC off Y. Ventura in 2-1 win.

2014 MARINERS GAME NOTES • MONDAY • JULY 21, 2014 • VS. NEW YORK METS • PAGE 5
SCORE BY INNINGS
1
37
45

Mariners
Opponent

2
46
30

3
37
40

4
44
38

5
49
50

6
44
26

7
54
32

HOME RUN BREAKDOWN
RECORD BY HOME RUN…

0
1
19-31 13-10

2
16-3

HOME RUNS BY POSITION… Total C 1B
80 14 12

3
3-2

Player

4
1-0

2B 3B SS
5 16 9

8
30
35

5
0-0

6
0-0

LF CF RF DH PH
4
1 10 8
1

P
0

Grand Slams (0): None
Back-to-Back (3): Smoak & Hart (4/2 @LAA, 9th inning), Cano & Hart (4/17 @TEX, 3rd inning),
Seager & Ackley (5/11 vs. KC, 4th inning)
Inside-the-Park (0): None
Pinch-Hit (1): Stefen Romero, 6/3 at ATL
Leadoff (1): Michael Saunders, 4/26 vs. TEX
Game-Ending (1): Kyle Seager, 4/23 vs. HOU
Game-Winning in Last AB on Road (1): Brad Miller, 6/20 at KC
Multi (6): Miller - 2 (4/1 @LAA), Hart - 2 (4/8 vs. LAA), Seager - 2 (4/23 vs. HOU) & (4/27 vs. TEX),
Ackley - 2 (5/11 vs. KC), Morrison - 2 (6/22 vs. BOS)

Ackley
Almonte
Bloomquist
Buck
Cano
Chavez
Gillespie
Hart
Miller
Montero
Morrison
Romero
Saunders
Seager
Smoak
Zunino
Team

9
42
32
Solo

3
1
---1
1
4
7
-3
2
4
6
2
8
42

X
5
4
2R

Total
388
332
GS

Total

1
-----1
--1
--4
3
--------1
-1
--1
--2
---1
-2
--5
5
-4
1
-4
1
-26
12
0
Runs via HR:

3R

4
1
1
1
7
1
1
5
8
1
5
3
6
16
7
13
80
130

DISABLED LIST
Name
Blake Beavan-rhp
James Paxton-lhp
Michael Saunders-of
Corey Hart-dh
Hisashi Iwakuma-rhp
Logan Morrison-of/dh
Stephen Pryor-rhp
Michael Saunders-of
Justin Smoak-1b
Taijuan Walker-rhp

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

DL Dates
April 16-current
April 9-current
July 11-current
May 20 (retro 5/19)-July 3
March 29 (retro 3/21)-May 2
April 16 (retro 4/15)-June 11
March 29 (retro 3/21)-April 17
June 11-June 26
June 11 (retro to 6/10)-July 3
March 29 (retro 3/21)-June 10

Eligible
June 15
June 8
July 26
---------------

STARTS BY POSITION (Team Record)

G Missed
85
91
6
42
27
52
14
14
22
63

Team Record
45-40
47-44
3-3
26-16
12-15
27-25
7-8
8-6
13-9
34-29

STARTS BY BATTING ORDER (Team Record)

1B
2B
SS
3B
LF
CF
RF
C
----36-37 --------- 10-15
--4-1
4-2
6-4
3-2
1-2
----------8-11
-- 48-39
----------3-3
2-2
8-6
--0-5
4-1
---1-0
-----11-4
-4-1
-0-1
-----0-2
------- 33-27
----42-41
-----16-13 -----2-2
-1-0
-----------1-0
-20-11
------7-2 17-24
----49-44
----31-31 --------------2-0
-------42-35

Ackley
Almonte
Bloomquist
Buck
Cano
Chavez
Franklin
Gillespie
Hart
Jones
Miller
Morrison
Montero
Romero
Saunders
Seager
Smoak
Sucre
Zunino

Injury
Right shoulder tendinitis
Strained left latissimus dorsi muscle
Strained left oblique
Strained left hamstring
Torn extensor tendon in his right middle finger
Strained right hamstring
Surgery to repair a torn tendon in right shoulder
Right AC joint inflammation
Strained left quad
Right shoulder impingement

DH
3-1
-1-0
5-0
2-4
5-2
1-1
0-2
24-20
--2-4
2-1
3-6
-1-0
--1-0

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
-0-2
--0-1
5-4
19-22 15-8
10-13 0-1
------4-2
3-2
---0-1
0-1
1-1
---1-1
1-0
3-3
2-1
3-4
--50 -43
-----15-13 2-0
-----1-0
-0-1
---1-3
1-2
1-1
-1-1
-0-1
0-1
4-0
7-0
2-2
---17-17 5-3
2-3
--14-13 19-14
-------9-12
-----16-7
---5-1 10-11 3-3
2-4
----0-1
1-0
--2-0
-11-6
-2-1
1-3
2-3
8-1
0-2
9-5
7-6
1-2
-0-3
-5-7
2-3
-0-1
0-1 14-13 18-15 15-11
3-3
----13-11 11-9 5-8
2-3
-----------1-0
-5-0 12-7
3-2
9-18

Ackley
Almonte
Bloomquist
Buck
Cano
Chavez
Franklin
Gillespie
Hart
Jones
Miller
Morrison
Montero
Romero
Saunders
Seager
Smoak
Sucre
Zunino

9
0-1
0-1
11-4
3-2
--3-0
1-2
--17-22
--0-1
---2-0
13-8

PITCHER - Hernandez (15-6), Ramirez (4-7), Iwakuma (9-6), Paxton (2-0), Elias (9-10), Young (10-9), Beavan (0-1), Maurer (2-5), Walker (1-1), Wilhelmsen (0-1)

MARINERS MULTI-HIT GAMES:
Player
Ackley
Almonte
Bloomquist
Buck
Cano
Chavez
Franklin
Gillespie
Hart
Jones
Miller
Montero
Morrison
Romero
Saunders
Seager
Smoak
Sucre
Zunino
Team

2
13
4
10
2
30
11
2
4
9
10
14
-4
8
13
25
11
-13
184

3
4
--2
6
1
---5
--1
1
3
5
---28

4
----2
----1
--1
--2
--1
7

MARINERS MULTI-RBI GAMES:
5
-------------------0

Total
17
4
10
4
38
12
2
4
9
16
14
0
6
9
16
32
11
-14
218

Player
Ackley
Almonte
Bloomquist
Buck
Cano
Chavez
Franklin
Gillespie
Hart
Jones
Miller
Montero
Morrison
Romero
Saunders
Seager
Smoak
Sucre
Zunino
Team

INSTANT REPLAY:
Confirmed/Stands
10
8
10

Overturned
9
13
2

1

Player
A
Ackley ............................................................................................. 3
Almonte ........................................................................................... 2
Chavez /Jones/Morrison/Romero/Saunders .................................. 1

THE CATCHER’S BOX:
Record
8-11
2-0
42-35
52-46

4
--------1
---1
--2
---4

G/GS
19/19
3/2
78/77
98

SB
11
1
40
52

CCS
3
1
15
19

CS%
21.4
50.0
27.3
26.8

PB
1
0
3
4

HITTING STREAKS:
Player

G

Dates

Stats During Streak

James Jones
Robinson Cano
Robinson Cano
James Jones

14
10
9
9

5/9-24
6/2-12
4/20-5/1
7/7-19

.288/15x52, 10 R, 4 2B, 2 3B, RBI
.368/14x38, 6 R, 3 2B, HR, 4 RBI, 5 BB
.371/13x35, 5 R, 4 2B, 6 RBI
.317/13x41, 3 R, 2 2B, BB, SB

GAME-WINNING/2-OUT RBI:
5+
---------------1
---1

Total
6
1
4
1
16
1
0
0
3
2
3
1
4
2
6
18
9
-7
84

Player
GWRBI
Cano ........................................................................9
Seager .....................................................................7
Ackley/Miller/Saunders/Zunino ...............................4
Hart/Smoak .............................................................3
Almonte/Chavez/Gillespie/Morrison/Romero ..........2
Bloomquist/Buck/Montero ......................................1
Player
2-Out RBI
Seager ...................................................................23
Smoak ...................................................................19
Cano ......................................................................16
Ackley ....................................................................12
Hart ........................................................................11
Zunino ...................................................................10
Saunders .................................................................9
Miller ........................................................................8
Jones/Chavez ..........................................................6
Morrison ..................................................................5
Bloomquist ..............................................................4
Almonte / Buck ........................................................3
Gillespie ...................................................................2
Franklin / Romero ....................................................1

RECENT TRANSACTIONS

Keeping

OUTFIELD ASSISTS:

Catcher
Buck
Sucre
Zunino
Team

3
2
-1
-4
1
----1
-1
2
2
5
3
-3
24

Record

Total
19
21
12

Mariners
Opponents
Umpires

2
4
1
3
1
12
---2
2
2
1
2
-5
10
6
-4
55

July 5
July 8
July 8
July 9
July 10
July 11
July 14
July 15
July 17

Cole Gillespie, OF, claimed off waivers by Toronto.
John Buck, C, designated for assignment.
Jesus Sucre, C, recalled from AAA Tacoma.
Taijuan Walker, RHP, optioned to AAA Tacoma (post-game).
Stephen Pryor, RHP, recalled from AAA Tacoma.
Stephen Pryor, RHP, optioned to AAA Tacoma (post-game).
Lucas Luetge, LHP, recalled from AAA Tacoma.
Michael Saunders, OF, placed on 15-day disabled list.
Justin Smoak, INF, recalled for AAA Tacoma.
Blake Beavan, RHP, began rehab assignment in High A-High Desert.
John Buck, C, released.
Stefen Romero, OF, recalled from AAA Tacoma.
Lucas Luetge, LHP, optioned to AAA Tacoma.

2014 MARINERS GAME NOTES • MONDAY • JULY 21, 2014 • VS. NEW YORK METS • PAGE 6
MARINERS UPDATE
Overall Record ........................................52-46
Series Records ................................... 15-13-5
First Game of Series...............................21-11
Second Game of Series .........................16-15
Third Game of Series..............................14-13
Fourth Game of Series ...............................1-7
Leading After 6 .........................................39-7
Trailing After 6 ...........................................5-34
Tied After 6 ..................................................8-5
Leading After 7 .........................................43-6
Trailing After 7 ...........................................4-32
Tied After 7 ..................................................5-8
Leading After 8 .........................................45-3
Trailing After 8 ...........................................2-37
Tied After 8 ..................................................5-6
Score First ...............................................32-13
Opponent Score First .............................20-33
Comeback Wins / Blown Losses ........22 / 18
Last at-bat W/L (walk-off) ............... 9-11 (1-6)
Hit a home run ........................................33-15
No home runs .........................................19-31
Scoring 4 or more runs ..........................36-10
Scoring less than 4 runs ........................16-36
Score in 3 or more innings.......................27-8
Out-hit opponent ....................................45-10
Out-hit by opponent .................................6-33
Hits even......................................................1-3
Lineups Used ............................................... 88
Players Used (Pitchers) ........................ 36 (18)
Safeco Field Roof Open .........................20-19
Safeco Field Roof Closed ..........................3-1
Safeco Field Roof Moved...........................1-6
Northwest Green Jersey ..........................10-4
Astro Navy Jersey.......................................7-4
Safeco Field Sellouts..................................1-0
2013 after 98 games ...............................46-52
2013 after 99 games ...............................47-52
2013 after 100 games .............................48-52
Best ever after 98 games ...............71-27 (‘01)
Best ever after 99 games ...............72-27 (‘01)
Best ever after 100 games .............72-28 (‘01)
March/April .............................................11-14
May ..........................................................16-14
June .........................................................18-10
July...............................................................7-8
August .........................................................0-0
September ...................................................0-0
Monday ......................................................11-1
Tuesday .......................................................9-6
Wednesday ..................................................6-9
Thursday......................................................3-6
Friday ...........................................................6-9
Saturday ......................................................9-7
Sunday .........................................................8-8
1-Run Games/2-Run Games ...... 12-16/14-11
Extra Innings ...............................................3-3
Average Time of Game (9-inn.) ................ 2:56
Postponements...... 2 (4/4 @OAK, 4/30 @NYY)

2014 MARINERS HIGHS & LOWS
CLUB
LONGEST WINNING STREAK ................................................................................... 5, 3x, last: June 20-24
LONGEST LOSING STREAK.................................................................................................... 8, April 15-22
MOST RUNS, GAME:
Mariners .........................................................................................................................13, July 1 at Houston
Opponent ..................................................................................................................... 9, May 24 vs. Houston
MOST RUNS, INNING:
Mariners ........................................................................................................8, May 3 at Houston (7th inning)
Opponent .................................................................................................. 5, May 24 vs. Houston (5th inning)
MOST HITS, 9-INNING GAME:
Mariners .........................................................................................................................18, July 1 at Houston
Opponent ..................................................................................... 16, twice: last, July 20 at Los Angeles (AL)
FEWEST HITS, 9-INNING GAME:
Mariners ...................................................................................................... 1, 2x, last: June 28 vs. Cleveland
Opponent ..................................................................................................................1, June 29 vs. Cleveland
MOST HITS, INNING:
Mariners ........................................................................................................ 7, July 1 at Houston (6th inning)
Opponent .......................................................................................... 5, 4x, last: June 3 at Atlanta (1st inning)
MOST DOUBLES, GAME:
Mariners ...........................................................................................................................6, July 1 at Houston
Opponent ................................................................................................................... 6, May 16 at Minnesota
MOST TRIPLES, GAME:
Mariners ........................................................................................................2, 3x, last: June 8 at Tampa Bay
Opponent ..................................................................................................... 2, 3x, last: June 19 at San Diego
MOST HOME RUNS, GAME:
Mariners ........................................................................................................................4, June 30 at Houston
Opponent .................................................................................................... 3, 4x, last: July 4 at Chicago (AL)
MOST STOLEN BASES, GAME:
Mariners ................................................................................................................... 4, June 16 vs. San Diego
Opponent .......................................................................................................3, 2x, last: July 8 vs. Minnesota
MOST ERRORS, GAME:
Mariners ................................................................................................................. 5, May 11 vs. Kansas City
Opponent .................................................................................................................4, May 12 vs. Tampa Bay
MOST DOUBLE PLAYS TURNED, GAME:
Mariners .............................................................................................................................4, April 14 at Texas
Opponent ...................................................................................................... 2, 12x, last: July 11 vs. Oakland
MOST STRIKEOUTS, 9-INNING GAME:
Mariners hitters ...........................................................................................14, 3x, last: June 6 at Tampa Bay
Opponent hitters ...................................................................................................... 17, June 8 at Tampa Bay
MOST WALKS, 9-INNING GAME:
Mariners hitters ........................................................................................................8, March 31 at LA Angels
Opponent hitters ........................................................................................................ 8, June 6 at Tampa Bay
MOST LEFT ON BASE, 9-INNING GAME:
Mariners .................................................................................................................... 12, July 9 vs. Minnesota
Opponent ................................................................................................................. 15, June 6 at Tampa Bay
LARGEST DEFICIT OVERCOME IN WIN ....................................5, April 27 vs. Texas (trailed 5-0, won 6-5)
LARGEST LEAD GIVEN UP IN LOSS ...................3, 3x, last: July 20 at Los Angeles (AL) (led 3-0, lost 6-5)
LARGEST WINNING MARGIN ...........................................................................11, July 1 at Houston (13-2)
LARGEST LOSING MARGIN ...................................................................................7, April 19 at Miami (0-7)
LONGEST GAME, INNINGS, HOME ........................................................ 9.0, 49x, last: July 12 vs. Oakland
LONGEST GAME, INNINGS, ROAD ..........................................................16.0, July 18 at Los Angeles (AL)
SHORTEST GAME, 9-INNINGS, HOME ............................................................2:17, June 29 vs. Cleveland
SHORTEST GAME, 9-INNINGS, ROAD ..................................................................... 2:20, April 19 at Miami
LONGEST GAME, 9-INNINGS, HOME .................................................................... 3:34, June 14 vs. Texas
LONGEST GAME, 9-INNINGS, ROAD ......................................................................3:36, July 1 at Houston
LONGEST GAME, EXTRA-INNINGS, HOME ....................................................................................... None
LONGEST GAME, EXTRA-INNINGS, ROAD .............................................5:14, July 18 at Los Angeles (AL)
LARGEST CROWD, HOME .............................................................................. 45,662, April 8 vs. LA Angels
SMALLEST CROWD, HOME .............................................................................10,466, April 22 vs. Houston
LARGEST CROWD, ROAD............................................................................44,152, March 31 at LA Angels
SMALLEST CROWD, ROAD ........................................................................... 10,400, June 9 at Tampa Bay

INDIVIDUAL BATTING
LONGEST HITTING STREAK ....................................................................................................................................................................14, James Jones (May 9-24)
MOST HITS, GAME ......................................................................................................................................... 4, 7x, last: Robinson Cano, July 18 at Los Angeles (AL)
MOST RUNS, GAME ..................................................................................................................................................... 3, 7x, last: Chavez & Jones, July 1 at Houston
MOST DOUBLES, GAME ............................................................................................................................................. 2, 5x, last: Bloomquist, June 22 at Kansas City
MOST TRIPLES, GAME ...........................................................................................................................................................2, Kyle Seager, June 2 at New York (AL)
MOST HOME RUNS, GAME .................................................................................................................................................. 2, 6x, last: Morrison, June 23 vs. Boston
MOST EXTRA-BASE HITS, GAME ..........................................................................................................................................4, Kyle Seager, June 2 at New York (AL)
MOST RBI, 9-INNING GAME .........................................................................................................................................................5, Kyle Seager, April 23 vs. Houston
MOST RBI, EXTRA-INNING GAME ........................................................................................................................................ 2, 3x, last: Smoak, May 7 #1 at Oakland
MOST STOLEN BASES, GAME ............................................................................................................................................. 3, 2x, James Jones, June 30 at Houston
GRAND SLAMS (0) ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... None

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING
FEWEST HITS ALLOWED (CG):
Mariners.............................................................................................................................................................................................. 3, Roenis Elias, June 1 vs. Detroit
Opponents....................................................................................................................................................................................1, Josh Tomlin, June 28 vs. Cleveland
MOST STRIKEOUTS, GAME (Starter):
Mariners................................................................................................................................................................................ 15, Felix Hernandez, June 8 at Tampa Bay
Opponents....................................................................................................................................................................... 12, 2x, last: Chris Sale, July 4 at Chicago (AL)
MOST STRIKEOUTS, GAME (Reliever):
Mariners..................................................................................................................................................................................5, Dominic Leone, May 14 vs. Tampa Bay
Opponents............................................................................................................................................................................... 4, 3x, last: Neal Cotts, June 14 vs. Texas
MOST WALKS, GAME:
Mariners.......................................................................................................................................................................5, 5x, last: Taijuan Walker, July 6 at Chicago (AL)
Opponents....................................................................................................................................................................................7, Tyson Ross, June 16 vs. San Diego
MOST INNINGS, GAME, STARTER:
Mariners........................................................................................................................................................................................... 9.0, Roenis Elias, June 1 vs. Detroit
Opponents...................................................................................................................................................................... 9.0, 5x, last: Chris Sale, July 4 at Chicago (AL)
MOST INNINGS, GAME, RELIEVER
Mariners..................................................................................................................................................................... 4.0, Tom Wilhelmsen, July 18 at Los Angeles (AL)
Opponents................................................................................................................................................................................ 4.0, Jerome Williams, May 4 at Houston
LONGEST WINNING STREAK:...................................................................................................................................................... 5, Felix Hernandez (May 12-June 8)
LONGEST LOSING STREAK: ...........................................4, Erasmo Ramirez (April 6-current), Brandon Maurer (May 9-current), Charlie Furbush (April 13-June 18)
MOST CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS INNINGS:
Overall ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 20.0, Hisashi Iwakuma (July 1-12)
Starter ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 20.0, Hisashi Iwakuma (July 1-12)
Reliever .................................................................................................................................................................................................19.0, Joe Beimel (May 2-July 10)
#Club Record

^Ties Club Record

2014 MARINERS GAME NOTES • MONDAY • JULY 21, 2014 • VS. NEW YORK METS • PAGE 7

2014 MARINERS DAY-BY-DAYS
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D/N OPP
3/31 N
@LAA
4/1
N
@LAA
4/2
N
@LAA
4/3
N
@OAK
4/4
N
@OAK
4/5
D
@OAK
4/6
D
@OAK
4/7
Off Day
4/8
N
LAA
4/9
N
LAA
4/10
Off Day
4/11 N
OAK
4/12 N
OAK
4/13 D
OAK
4/14 N
@TEX
4/15 N
@TEX
4/16 N
@TEX
4/17 D
@TEX
4/18 N
@MIA
4/19 N
@MIA
4/20 D
@MIA
4/21 N
HOU
4/22 N
HOU
4/23 D
HOU
4/24
Off Day
4/25 N
TEX
4/26 N
TEX
4/27 D
TEX
4/28
Off Day
4/29 N
@NYY
4/30 N
@NYY
5/1
5/2
5/3
5/4
5/5
5/6
5/7

N
N
D
D
N
N
D

5/8
5/9
5/10
5/11
5/12
5/13
5/14
5/15
5/16
5/17
5/18
5/19
5/20
5/21
5/22
5/23
5/24
5/25
5/26
5/27
5/28
5/29
5/30
5/31

N
N
N
D
N
N
D

6/1
6/2
6/3
6/4
6/5
6/6
6/7
6/8
6/9
6/10
6/11
6/12
6/13
6/14
6/15
6/16
6/17
6/18
6/19
6/20
6/21
6/22
6/23
6/24
6/25
6/26
6/27
6/28
6/29
6/30

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N
D

N
N
D
N
D
N
N
N
D
D
N
N
N
N
N

N
D
D
D
N
N
N
N
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N
D
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D
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D
D
N
N
N
N
N
D
N

W/L
W
W
W
L

SCORE
10-3
8-3
8-2
2-3 (12)

W
L

3-1
3-6

WINNER/LOSER/SAVE
Hernandez (1-0)/Weaver
Ramirez (1-0)/Wilson
Paxton (1-0)/Santiago
Pomeranz/Noesi (0-1)
Rained Out -- DH 5/7
Hernandez (2-0)/Straily/Rodney (1)
Gray/Ramirez (1-1)/Johnson

L

5-3
0-2

Paxton (2-0)/Santiago/Rodney (2)
Richards/Elias (0-1)/Frieri

6-4
1-3
0-3
7-1
0-5
2-3
6-8
4-8
0-7
2-3
2-7
2-5
5-3

Hernandez (3-0)/Milone/Rodney (3)
Gray/Ramirez (1-2)/Gregerson
Otero/Furbush (0-1)/Doolittle
Elias (1-1)/Lewis
Ross Jr./Beavan (0-1)
Figueroa/Rodney (0-1)
Figueroa/Beimel (0-1)/Soria
Cishek/Medina (0-1)
ALVAREZ/Elias (1-2)
Dunn/Wilhelmsen (0-1)/Cishek
Keuchel/Hernandez (3-1)
McHugh/Ramirez (1-3)/Fields
Rodney (1-1)/Fields

W

6-3
3-6
6-5

Medina (1-1)/Cotts/Rodney (4)
Poreda/Furbush (0-2)/Soria
Farquhar (1-0)/Ogando/Rodney (5)

W

6-3

W

W
L
L
W
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
W
W
L

Young (1-0)/Sabathia
Rained Out -- Re-scheduled 6/2
March/April (11-14)
Batting: .231 (197x854), 22 HR
@NYY
W
4-2
Elias (2-2)/Kuroda/Rodney (6)
@HOU
L
4-5 (11) Bass/Furbush (0-3)
@HOU
W
9-8
Iwakuma (1-0)/Keuchel/Rodney (7)
@HOU
W
8-7
Maurer (1-0)/McHugh/Farquhar (1)
@OAK
W
4-2
Young (2-0/Kazmir/Rodney (8)
@OAK
W
8-3
Elias (3-2)/Chavez
@OAK #1 W
6-4 (10) Medina (2-1)/Cook/Rodney (9)
@OAK #2
L
0-2
Pomeranz/Ramirez (1-4)/Johnson
KC
W
1-0
Iwakuma (2-0)/Duffy/Rodney (10)
KC
L
1-6
Vargas/Maurer (1-1)
KC
W
3-1
Young (3-0)/Ventura/Rodney (11)
KC
L
7-9
Coleman/Farquhar (1-1)/Holland
TB
W
12-5
Hernandez (4-1)/Ramos
TB
L
1-2
PRICE (4-3)/Rodney (1-2)
TB
L
0-2
Odorizzi/Maurer (1-2)/Balfour
Off Day
@MIN
L
4-5
Gibson/Young (3-1)/Perkins
@MIN
L
3-4
Deduno/Elias (3-3)/Perkins
@MIN
W
6-2
Hernandez (5-1)/Nolasco
Off Day
@TEX
W
6-2
Iwakuma (3-0)/Lewis
@TEX
L
3-4
Tepesch/Young (3-2)/Soria
HOU
W
3-1
Leone (1-0)/Cosart/Rodney (12)
HOU
W
6-1
Hernandez (6-1)/Owens
HOU
L
4-9
Oberholtzer/Maurer (1-3)
HOU
L
1-4
KEUCHEL/Iwakuma (3-1)
LAA
W
Young (4-2)/Skaggs
LAA
L
4-6
Weaver/Elias (3-4)/Frieri
LAA
W
3-1
Hernandez (7-1)/Wilson/Rodney (13)
LAA
L
5-7
Shoemaker/Maurer (1-4)/Frieri
DET
L
3-6
Verlander/Iwakuma (3-2)/Chamberlain
DET
W
3-2
Young (5-2)/Smyly/Rodney (14)
May (16-14)
Batting: .233 (228x978), 21 HR
DET
W
4-0
ELIAS (4-4)/Scherzer
@NYY
W
10-2
Hernandez (8-1)/Phelps
@ATL
W
7-5
Leone (2-0)/Wood/Rodney (15)
@ATL
W
2-0
Iwakuma (4-2)/Minor/Rodney (16)
Off Day
@TB
L
0-4
Bedard/Young (5-3)
@TB
W
7-4
Elias (5-4)/Cobb/Rodney (17)
@TB
W
5-0
Medina (3-1)/Balfour
@TB
W
3-0
Beimel (1-1)/Price/Rodney (18)
NYY
L
2-3
Betances/Iwakuma (4-3)/Robertson
NYY
L
2-4
TANAKA/Young (5-4)
NYY
L
3-6
Whitley/Elias (5-5)/Robertson
TEX
L
0-1
Tolleson/Hernandez (8-2)/Soria
TEX
L
3-4
Cotts/Rodney (1-3)/Soria
TEX
W
5-1
Iwakuma (5-3)/Martinez
SD
W
5-1
Young (6-4)/Ross
SD
W
6-1
Elias (6-5)/Stults
@SD
L
1-2
Benoit/Furbush (0-4)/Street
@SD
L
1-4
Hahn/Leone (2-1)/Street
@KC
W
7-5
Furbush (1-4)/Holland/Rodney (19)
@KC
W
2-1
Medina (4-1)/Vargas/Rodney (20)
@KC
W
2-1
Elias (7-5)/ Ventura/Rodney (21)
BOS
W
12-3
Hernandez (9-2)/Lackey
BOS
W
8-2
Beimel (2-1)/Peavy
BOS
L
4-5
Buchholz/Iwakuma (5-4)
Off Day
CLE
W
3-2
Young (7-4)/Bauer/Rodney (22)
CLE
L
0-5
TOMLIN/Elias (7-6)
CLE
W
3-0
Hernandez (10-2)/House
@HOU
W
10-4
Walker (1-0)/McHugh/Wilhelmsen (1)
June (18-10)
Batting: .262 (247x944), 29 HR

REC.
1-0
2-0
3-0
3-1

POS GA/GB CLUBS
TIME
1
+0.5
-3:17
1
+0.5
-3:05
1
+0.5
-2:39
1
+0.5
-4:02
1
+1.0
-4-1
1
+2.0
-2:22
4-2
1
+1.0
-2:57
1
+0.5
5-2
1
+1.0
-2:59
5-3
T1
--OAK
2:53
2
-0.5
OAK
6-3
1
+0.5
-3:09
6-4
2
-0.5
OAK
3:08
6-5
2
-1.5
OAK
2:44
7-5
2
-1.5
OAK
3:01
7-6
2
-2.5
OAK
2:22
7-7
3
-2.5
OAK
2:47
7-8
T3
-3.0
OAK
3:28
7-9
4
-4.0
OAK
3:09
7-10
4
-5.0
OAK
2:20
7-11
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-6.0
OAK
2:58
7-12
4
-6.0
OAK
2:49
7-13
4
-6.0
OAK
3:02
8-13
4
-5.5
TEX
2:50
4
-5.5
TEX/OAK
9-13
4
-5.5
OAK
2:55
9-14
4
-5.5
TEX/OAK 3:13
10-14
4
-4.5
TEX/OAK 3:10
4
-5.0
OAK
11-14
4
-5.0
OAK
3:33
4
-5.5
OAK
Pitching: 11-14, 5 SV, 3.67 ERA (90 ER, 220.2 IP)
12-14
4
-5.0
OAK
2:47
12-15
4
-5.0
OAK
4:02
13-15
4
-4.0
OAK
3:24
14-15
4
-4.0
OAK
3:30
15-15
4
-3.0
OAK
2:36
16-15
T2
-2.0
OAK
3:19
17-15
2
-1.0
OAK
3:24
17-16
2
-2.0
OAK
2:21
18-16
2
-1.5
OAK
2:25
18-17
3
-2.5
OAK
2:45
19-17
2
-2.5
OAK
2:18
19-18
3
-3.5
OAK
3:01
20-18
2
-3.5
OAK
3:10
20-19
3
-4.5
OAK
2:48
20-20
3
-4.5
OAK
3:21
3
-4.5
20-21
3
-5.5
OAK
2:42
20-22
3
-6.5
OAK
2:26
21-22
3
-6.5
OAK
3:02
3
-6.5
OAK
22-22
3
-6.5
OAK
2:54
22-23
3
-7.5
OAK
2:47
23-23
3
-6.5
OAK
3:09
24-23
3
-5.5
OAK
2:40
24-24
3
-5.5
OAK
3:18
24-25
4
-5.5
OAK
2:28
25-25
4
-5.5
OAK
2:40
25-26
4
-5.5
OAK
3:03
26-26
4
-5.5
OAK
2:30
26-27
4
-5.5
OAK
3:08
26-28
4
-6.5
OAK
3:05
27-28
4
-6.5
OAK
3:18
Pitching: 16-14, 10 SV, 3.56 ERA (106 ER, 268.0 IP)
28-28
4
-6.5
OAK
2:46
29-28
T3
-6.0
OAK
2:54
30-28
3
-6.0
OAK
3:08
31-28
3
-6.0
OAK
2:51
31-28
T2
-5.5
OAK
31-29
3
-6.5
OAK
3:17
32-29
3
-5.5
OAK
2:46
33-29
3
-5.5
OAK
3:10
34-29
3
-4.5
OAK
3:11
34-30
3
-4.5
OAK
2:50
34-31
3
-5.5
OAK
2:44
34-32
3
-6.0
OAK
2:56
34-33
3
-6.0
OAK
2:30
34-34
T3
-7.0
OAK
3:34
35-34
3
-7.0
OAK
2:46
36-34
3
-6.0
OAK
2:44
37-34
3
-6.0
OAK
2:42
37-35
3
-7.0
OAK
2:40
37-36
3
-8.0
OAK
2:42
38-36
3
-8.0
OAK
3:31
39-36
3
-8.0
OAK
2:42
40-36
3
-7.0
OAK
2:54
41-36
3
-6.5
OAK
2:57
42-36
3
-5.5
OAK
3:14
42-37
3
-6.5
OAK
2:40
-6.5
OAK
43-37
3
-6.5
OAK
3:05
43-38
3
-7.5
OAK
2:24
44-38
3
-7.5
OAK
2:17
45-38
3
-6.5
OAK
3:07
Pitching: 118-10, 10 SV, 2.53 ERA (70 ER, 249.0 IP)

ATT
44,152
43,567
38,007
11,236
30,290
32,852
45,662
16,468
38,978
22,073
22,702
23,081
26,628
27,396
29,024
21,388
24,003
20,228
14,628
10,467
13,729
31,146
30,042
26,307
37,484

43,121
15,771
15,798
24,996
11,019
12,106
--17,337
12,577
20,876
29,373
30,449
12,397
13,446
20,986
27,275
29,717
32,511
43,706
43,654
13,861
21,197
21,585
26,857
22,721
13,064
13,904
11,659
28,998
37,142
31,405
41,539
36,503
26,960
14,577
23,996
18,158
10,400
28,405
28,439
40,595
22,073
27,702
39,215
17,516
19,896
27,523
18,755
38,475
21,640
23,278
26,860
20,015
27,333
28,084
23,102
26,171
17,340

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D
D/N OPP
W/L
SCORE WINNER/LOSER/SAVE
7/1
N
@HOU
W
13-2
Iwakuma (6-4)/Cosart
7/2
D
@HOU
W
5-2
Young (8-4)/Peacock/Rodney (24)
7/3
Off Day
7/4
N
@CWS
L
1-7
SALE/Elias (7-7)
7/5
D
@CWS
W
3-2 (14) Wilhelmsen (1-1)/Belisario/Rodney (25)
7/6
D
@CWS
L
0-1
Noesi/Walker (1-1)/Petricka
7/7
N
MIN
W
2-0
Iwakuma (7-4)/Correia/Rodney (26)
7/8
N
MIN
L
0-2
Hughes/Young (8-5)/Perkins
7/9
N
MIN
L
1-8
Gibson/Elias (7-8)
7/10 N
MIN
L
2-4
Pino/Wilhelmsen (1-2)/Perkins
7/11 N
OAK
W
3-2
Hernandez (11-2)/Samardzija/Rodney (27)
7/12 N
OAK
W
6-2
Iwakuma (8-4)/Chavez
7/13 D
OAK
L
1-4
Gray/Young (8-6)/Doolittle
7/14
7/15
All-Star Game at Target Field (AL 5, NL 3)
7/16
7/17
7/18 N
@LAA
L
2-3 (16) Santiago/Leone (2-2)
7/19 N
@LAA
W
3-2 (12) Leone (3-2)/Thatcher/Furbush (1)
7/20 D
@LAA
L
5-6
Thatcher/Rodney (1-4)
7/21 N
NYM
7/22 N
NYM
7/23 D
NYM
7/24 N
BAL
7/25 N
BAL
7/26 D
BAL
7/27 D
BAL
7/28
Off Day
7/29 N
@CLE
7/30 N
@CLE
7/31 N
@CLE
July (7-8)
Batting: .259 (146x564), 8 HR
8/1
N
@BAL
8/2
N
@BAL
8/3
D
@BAL
8/4
Off Day
8/5
N
ATL
8/6
D
ATL
8/7
N
CWS
8/8
N
CWS
8/9
N
CWS
8/10 D
CWS
8/11 N
TOR
8/12 N
TOR
8/13 N
TOR
8/14
Off Day
8/15 N
@DET
8/16 N
@DET
8/17 D
@DET
8/18 N
@PHI
8/19 N
@PHI
8/20 D
@PHI
8/21
Off Day
8/22 N
@BOS
8/23 D
@BOS
8/24 D
@BOS
8/25 N
TEX
8/26 N
TEX
8/27 D
TEX
8/28
Off Day
8/29 N
WAS
8/30 N
WAS
8/31 D
WAS
August (0-0)
Batting: .--- (---), 0 HR
9/1
D
@OAK
9/2
N
@OAK
9/3
D
@OAK
9/4
N
@TEX
9/5
N
@TEX
9/6
N
@TEX
9/7
D
@TEX
9/8
N
HOU
9/9
N
HOU
9/10 N
HOU
9/11
Off Day
9/12 N
OAK
9/13 N
OAK
9/14 D
OAK
9/15 N
@LAA
9/16 N
@LAA
9/17 N
@LAA
9/18 N
@LAA
9/19 N
@HOU
9/20 N
@HOU
9/21 D
@HOU
9/22 N
@TOR
9/23 N
@TOR
9/24 N
@TOR
9/25 D
@TOR
9/26 N
LAA
9/27 N
LAA
9/28 D
LAA
September (0-0)
Batting: .--- (---), 0 HR

REC.
46-38
47-38

GA/GB
-5.5
-4.5
-5.0
-6.0
-6.0
-7.0
-7.0
-8.0
-8.0
-9.0
-8.0
-7.0
-8.0

CLUBS
OAK
OAK
OAK
OAK
OAK
OAK
OAK
OAK
OAK
OAK
OAK
OAK
OAK

TIME
3:36
2:47

ATT
17,504
17,209

47-39
48-39
48-40
49-40
49-41
49-42
49-43
50-43
51-43
51-44

POS
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

2:28
4:38
2:49
2:34
2:34
3:11
3:11
2:22
2:43
2:43

30,297
23,113
23,370
18,562
14,158
16,465
14,530
32,981
39,204
25,959

51-45
52-45
52-46

3
3
3

-9.0
-8.0
-9.0

OAK
OAK
OAK

5:14
4:07
3:15

42,517
40,231
37,128

Pitching: 7-8, 5 SV, 2.57 ERA (42 ER, 147.1 IP)

Pitching: 0-0, 0 SV, -.-- ERA (-- ER, -- IP)

Pitching: 0-0, 0 SV, -.-- ERA (-- ER, -- IP)

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