Thursday, July 31, 2014

Progressive Field
SEATTLE MARINERS (55-52) at CLEVELAND INDIANS (53-54)

Game #108 (55-52)
Road #51 (29-21)

TONIGHT’S GAME INFORMATION
Starting Pitchers: RHP Chris Young (9-6, 3.04) vs. RHP Zach McAllister (3-6, 5.65)
7:05 pm ET/4:05 pm PT
Day
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Monday

Date
Aug. 1
Aug. 2
Aug. 3
Aug. 4

Opp.
@BAL
@BAL
@BAL
Off Day

Time
4:10 pm
4:10 pm
10:35 am

Radio: 710 ESPN Seattle / Mariners.com

Mariners Pitcher
LH Roenis Elias (8-8, 4.31)
vs.
TBA
vs.
RH Hisashi Iwakuma (9-5, 3.06)
vs.

TV: ROOT SPORTS

Opposing Pitcher
LH Wei-Yin Chen (11-3, 3.92)
RH Miguel Gonzalez (5-5, 3.77)
RH Chris Tillman (7-5, 3.97)

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AL WILD CARD RACE
The Mariners enter play today 3.0 games
back of the second AL Wild card spot:
TEAM
Angels
Blue Jays
Mariners
Yankees
Royals
Indians
Rays

W-L Pct. GB
63-43 .594 +5.5
59-50
.541
-55-52 .514 -3.0
55-52 .514 -3.0
54-52 .509 -3.5
53-54 .495 -5.0
53-55 .491 -5.5

BACKSTOP HOMERS
Mike Zunino is tied for the team lead
with 16 home runs (with Seager), most
among American League catchers (3rd
in MLB)…the club record for HR by a
catcher is 19 by Miguel Olivo in 2011:
MLB Catcher
1. D. Mesoraco
2. E. Gattis
3. M. Zunino
4. Y. Gomes

Team
CIN
ATL
SEA
CLE

HR
18
17
16
14

AMERICAN LEAGUE WHIP
RK PLAYER
WHIP
1. Chris Sale (CWS)............................. 0.864
2. Felix Hernandez (SEA)................... 0.889
3. Hisashi Iwakuma (SEA)................. 0.994
4. Masahiro Tanaka (NYY).................... 1.005
5. Scott Kazmir (OAK).......................... 1.021
--9. Chris Young (SEA).......................... 1.102

INSIDE THE NUMBERS

.580

Mariners road winning percentage (2921), 3rd-best in the American League.

2.01

Overall ERA by Felix Hernandez to rank
2nd in the American League.

.212

Opponent batting average (96x453)
against Chris Young, 4th in the AL.

399

Robinson Cano is one double short of
400 for his career.

AL ERA LEADERS
RK TEAM (overall)
ERA
1. Seattle............................................. 3.05
2. Oakland........................................... 3.19
3. Tampa Bay....................................... 3.62
RK TEAM (bullpen)
ERA
1. Seattle............................................. 2.36
2. Cleveland......................................... 2.91
3. Oakland........................................... 2.93
RK TEAM (starters)
ERA
1. Oakland........................................... 3.32
2. Seattle............................................. 3.38
3. Tampa Bay....................................... 3.60

VS. THE INDIANS
Tonight is the final game of the 6-game
season series…Mariners have won 3 of
the 5 this season…snapped 6-game
Progressive Field losing streak
Tuesday night…home team has won
15 of the last 20 games in this series.
Year
Home Road Totals
2014
2-1 1-1 3-2
2013
2-1 0-4 2-5
All-Time 88-102 79-110 167-212

TONIGHT’S TILT…the Mariners continue a 6-game, 2-city road trip tonight with the rubber game of
three games vs. the Cleveland Indians (1-1)…also play the Orioles at Camden Yards this weekend
to complete the 9th road trip of the season…went 2-5 in recently-completed 7-game homestand
vs. the Mets (1-2) and Orioles (1-3)…tonight’s game will be televised on ROOT SPORTS in HD &
broadcast live on 710 ESPN Seattle & Mariners Radio Network.
ODDS AND ENDS…shut out last night 2-0 after winning Tuesday’s series opener…2-6 over last 8
games and 4-8 since the All-Star break…are 6-12 over the last 18 games after going 15-6 from June
15-July 7…13-19 in one-run games and 3-5 in extra innings.










Wild Card – Entering today are 3.0 games back of the second AL Wild Card spot behind Toronto.
July Recap – 10-14 this month and will snap string of back-to-back winning July’s.
Run Differential – Mariners have the 3rd-best run differential (+52, 408-356) in the American League.
Dominating – Felix Hernandez is 2nd in the AL in ERA (2.01) and strikeouts (178), T6th in wins (11), 1st
in quality starts (21), 2nd in innings pitched (165.1) and 2nd in WHIP (0.889).
The Closer – Fernando Rodney is 1st in the AL with 29 saves (29-for-32 in save opps).
Hits Leader – Robinson Cano is 2nd in the AL in batting average (.327) and 3rd in hits (130).
2,000 IP – Hisashi Iwakuma surpassed 2,000 IP in his career between Japan (1,541) and MLB (462.2).
Maurer Power – Brandon Maurer has allowed 1 run in games in relief (0.56 ERA, 16.0 IP, 9 H, 20 K).
Mix and Match – Mariners have used 97 different starting lineups (batting) this season.
Looking for the Slam – Mariners and the Dodgers are the only teams without a grand slam.
Power Outage – Hit 11 HR in July, lowest total in AL…currently 2nd-lowest monthly total in club history.
The Zunino Ratio – Mike Zunino has more extra-base hits (33, HR-16, 2B-16, 3B-1) than singles (31).

RECORD HOLDER…Felix Hernandez set a Major League record with his 14th consecutive start where
he has pitched at least 7.0 innings and allowed 2 or fewer runs…last night’s outing broke the record of
13 straight by Tom Seaver from July 17-Sept. 16, 1971…the next record he is aiming for is a 15-start
streak of 7.0 or more innings and 2 of fewer earned runs set by Gaylord Perry with Cleveland in 1974:
Streaks of consecutive starts with 7+ IP, 2 or fewer runs allowed, since 1900:
Felix Hernandez
Tom Seaver
Dwight Gooden
Chief Bender
Mike Scott
Ferdie Schupp

May-July 2014
July-Sept 1971
Sept 1985-May 1986
June-August 1907
May-July 1986
Sept 1916-May 1917

14
13
12
12
12
12

HISTORIC PITCHING…the Mariners pitching staff leads the Majors with a 3.05 ERA (328 ER, 967.0
IP)…current mark is on pace to shatter the current club record of 3.54 set in 2001…the last American
League team to finish a season with a sub 3.10 ERA was the 1989 World Series Champion Oakland A’s.
TOP BULLPENS ON PARADE…the Mariners hold the lowest bullpen ERA in the Majors at 2.36 (82
ER, 312.1 IP)…the Indians have the next lowest bullpen ERA in the American League at 2.91.
OPPONENT BATTING AVERAGE…Chris Young has held opponents to a .212 (96x453) batting
average this season, the 4th-lowest mark in the American League…Young also has the lowest batting
average on balls in play (BABIP) in the AL at .215, well ahead of Jered Weaver (.260).
3 (OR 4) IS THE MAGIC NUMBER…when scoring 3 or more runs, the Mariners are 50-17 (.746),
the 4th-best winning percentage in the Majors when scoring 3+…when scoring 4 or more runs, the
Mariners are 39-10 (.796)…on the flip side, the Mariners are last in the American League averaging
3.813 runs per game…scored 2 or fewer runs in 40 of 107 games (5-35).
SHUT OUT & CG’s…the Mariners were shut out for the 13th time last night, tying Tampa Bay for the
American League lead…San Diego has been shut out a MLB-high 16 times this season…last night
Corey Kluber became the 8th starting pitcher to throw a complete game vs. the Mariners this season.
ACK ATTACK…Dustin Ackley is batting .408 (20x49) with 6 runs scored, 7 doubles and 5 RBI in 12
games since the All-Star break…in 23 games in July is batting .370 (30x81) with 9 doubles and 7 RBI…
has recorded a hit in 15 of 21 starts during the month, including 10 multi-hit games (5 3-hit games)…
among AL leaders in the month of July ranks 3rd in batting average (.370) and T3rd in doubles (9).
CLEVELAND CRUSHER…Kyle Seager is a career .412 (21x51) hitter with 7 doubles, 1 triple, 2 home
runs and 4 RBI in 12 career games at Progressive Field…is his highest career average at any American
League park ranking ahead of Rogers Centre (.405/15x37, 10 G) and Rangers Ballpark (.355/44x124,
30 G)…overall Seager is a career .396 (38x96) hitter in 24 games vs. CLE (hits in 21 of 24, 11 multi-hit).
NAIL BITERS…since the All-Star break 8 of the Mariners 12 games have been decided by one run (2-7
in those games) and 4 have gone into extra innings (1-3)…Seattle leads the American League in games
decided by 2 runs or less with 59 (27-32).
200 SAVES (AND COUNTING)…Fernando Rodney leads the American League with 29 saves (G.
Holland is 2nd with 28)…recorded his 200th career save Saturday vs. Baltimore, becoming the 45th
pitcher in Major League history to record 200 saves (Rafael Soriano became 46th).
DID YOU KNOW?…that the Mariners starting pitching trio of Felix Hernandez (11-3, 2.01), Chris
Young (9-6, 3.04) and Hisashi Iwakuma (9-5, 3.06) have combined for the lowest ERA by any
American League team’s top 3 starters?…Felix, Kuma and Chris have combined to go 29-14 with
a 2.63 ERA (119 ER, 407.1 IP) in 61 games this season (60 starts)…the next closest AL team is
Oakland at 2.81 (Kazmir, Gray, Chavez)…the Dodgers trio of Kershaw, Greinke, Beckett has a
MLB-low 2.40 combined ERA.

2014 MARINERS GAME NOTES • THURSDAY • JULY 31, 2014 • AT CLEVELAND INDIANS • PAGE 2
TONIGHT’S MARINERS STARTER
RHP CHRIS YOUNG
2014 MLB Breakdown:

W-L ERA G/GS IP H R ER BB SO HR
Overall 9-6 3.04 21/20
124.1 96 43 42 41 78 18
Home 6-3 2.21 11/11 69.1 44 17 17 22 50 6
Road
3-3 4.09 10/9 55.0 52 26 25 19 28 12
Starter 9-6 3.09 20/20
122.1 96 43 42 41 76 18
Reliever 0-0 0.00 1/0 2.0 0 0 0 0 2 0
vs. CLE 1-0 1.80 1/1 5.0 4 1 1 1 4 0

Career MLB Breakdown:

W-L ERA G
IP H R ER BB SO HR
Overall 62-49 3.70 180 1015.0 841 444 417 383 833 127
Home 31-25 3.28 85 499.1 392 197 182 168 434 57
Road
31-24 4.10 95 515.2 449 247 235 215 399 70
Safeco 9-3 2.71 15 93.0 66 28 28 30 69 11
Starter 62-49 3.70 179 1013.0 841 444 417 383 831 127
Reliever 0-0 0.00 1 2.0 0 0 0 0 2 0
vs. CLE 2-0 0.69 2 13.0 6 1 1 2
11 0

YOUNG’s 2014 GAME-BY-GAME

scr
DT OPP SCR W-L
IP H R ER BB SO HR left PC-K
4/6 @OAK
3-6 ND
2.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 rel.
22-13
4/13 OAK 0-3 ND
6.0 4 0 0 3 2 0 0-0
97-60
4/18
@MIA
4-8 ND
3.0 7 4 4 3 0 1 2-4
73-38
4/23 HOU 5-3 ND
7.0 4 3 3 5 6 1 2-3
113-63
4/29
@NYY
6-3 W (1-0) 5.2 3 2 1 3 3 1 4-2
105-63
APRIL: 5 G/4 GS, 1-0, 3.04
23.2 18 9
8
14 13 3
5/5 @OAK
4-2 W (2-0) 6.0 3 2 2 2 2 1 4-2
82-57
5/10 KC 3-1 W (3-0) 8.0 3 1 1 0 3 0 3-1
93-60
5/16
@MIN
4-5 L (3-1) 7.0 10 5 5 1 0 2 4-5
101-67
5/21
@TEX
3-4 L (3-2) 6.1 7 4 4 3 1 2 3-4
99-58
5/26 LAA 5-1 W (4-2) 6.1 2 1 1 3 5 1 5-1
98-59
5/31 DET 3-2 W (5-2) 6.0+ 3 2 2 2 6 1 3-1
106-69
MAY: 6 GS, 4-2, 3.40
39.2 28 15 15 11 17 1
6/6 @TB 0-4 L (5-3) 5.0 7 3 3 5 3 0 0-3
102-61
6/11 NYY 2-4 L (5-4) 5.0 7 4 4 2 2 1 0-4
96-59
6/16 SD 5-1 W (6-4) 6.0 4 0 0 1 6 0 5-0
88-56
6/21
@KC 2-1 ND
7.0 3 1 1 1 2 1 1-1
99-72
6/27 CLE 3-2 W (7-4) 5.0 4 1 1 1 4 0 2-1
91-61
JUNE: 5 GS, 2-2, 2.89 28.0
25 9
9
10 17 2
7/2 @HOU
5-2 W (8-4) 7.0 2 2 2 1 8 2 5-2
99-70
7/8 MIN 0-2 L (8-5) 7.0 6 2 2 1 6 1 0-2
102-70
7/13 OAK 1-4 L (8-6) 6.0 5 3 3 1 2 1 1-3
90-56
7/20
@LAA
5-6 ND
6.0 10 3 3 0 7 2 5-3
99-69
7/26 BAL 4-3 W (9-6) 7.0 2 0 0 3 8 0 4-0
108-69
JULY: 5 GS, 2-2, 2.73
33.0 25 10 10 6 31 6

ABOUT YOUNG…
• 35-year-old right-hander is making his 22nd appearance, 21st start, of the season tonight vs. the Indians.
• Prior to this season, last pitched in the Majors with the
New York Mets in 2012 (20 starts).
• Was an All-Star in 2007 with the San Diego Padres.
• Has one career postseason start, picking up the win
in G#3 of the 2006 NLDS for the Padres at St. Louis.
• At 6-foot-10 is tied for the tallest player in Mariners history with LHP
Randy Johnson.
• Originally selected by Pittsburg in the 3rd round of the 2000 June Draft
out of Princeton University.
• Played basketball and baseball at Princeton, and was All-Ivy in both.
• Has played in the Pirates, Expos, Rangers, Padres, Mets, Nationals
and now Mariners organizations.
• #53 is the fourth jersey number he has worn in a MLB game…#49 with
Texas, #32 with San Diego, #55 with New York Mets.
• Signed with the Mariners as a free agent on March 27 after being released by Washington…was a non-roster invitee in the Nationals.
LAST TIME OUT…W #9 in his last start, 4-3 July 26 vs. the Orioles;
tossed 7.0, 2-hit, shutout innings and left leading 4-0…bullpen allowed
a 3-spot in the 8th, but Rodney closed 9th.
GETTING STRONGER…over his last 8 starts is 4-2 with a 2.12 ERA (12
ER, 51.0 IP) and 43 strikeouts while limiting opponents to .197 batting
average (7 of the 12 runs allowed have been home runs)…since May
26, is 6-4 with a 2.70 ERA (22 ER, 73.1 IP) in 12 starts.
BITTEN BY THE HOME RUN…leads the team having allowed 18 home
runs this season (T5th in the AL)…22 of 43 runs allowed this season
have come via the home run (Solo HR: 15, 2-Run HR: 2, 3-Run HR: 1).

HE’S (TRYING TO BE) A 10…is looking for his 10th win of the season…9
wins in a season is already his most since winning 9 with San Diego
in 2007…has not had double-digit wins since posting 11 wins in 2006
w/SD…won 4 in 2009 (14 GS), 2 in 2010 (4 GS), 1 in 2011 (4 GS), 4 in
2012 (20 GS) & 0 in 2013.

LAST TIME (as starter)
LAST START/LAST WIN: 7/26, 4-3 vs. BAL (7.0,2,0,0,3,8)
LAST ND: 7/20, 5-6 at LAA (6.0,10,3,3,0,7,2 HR)
LAST LOSS: 7/13, 1-4 vs. OAK (6.0,5,3,3,1,2,HR)
LAST CG: 9/7/08 at MIL (9.0,2,1,1,0,5,HR) - with SD
LAST ShO: None
CAREER HIGHS (as starter)
INNINGS: 9.0, 9/7/08 at MIL (with SD)
HITS: 10, twice, last: 5/16/14 at MIN
RUNS: 8, 4/27/09 at COL (with SD)
STRIKEOUTS: 12, 6/9/06 vs. FLA (with SD)
WALKS: 6, 3x, last: 5/29/09 at COL (with SD)
HOME RUNS: 4, 2x, last: 6/9/09 at LAD (with SD)
LOW-HIT GAME (CG): 2, 9/7/08 at MIL (with SD)
LONGEST WIN STREAK: 6, 8/7/05-4/17/06 (with TEX)
LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 5, 8/9/07-9/24/07 (with SD)
YOUNG vs. INDIANS
Young is making his 3rd career start vs. the Tribe, and his second this
year (also: 3-2 win 6/27; see above)…he is 2-0, 0.69 (13.0 IP, 1 ER) in
his pair of starts vs. Cleveland; won (w/TEX) in 2005.

AVG AB H HR RBI BB SO
M. Bourn .500 10 5 0 1 1 1
M. Brantley
.000 2 0 0 1 0 0
A. Cabrera .000 2 0 0 0 0 1
L. Chisenhall
.500 2 1 0 0 0 1
J. Giambi .000 2 0 0 0 0 2
Y. Gomes .000 2 0 0 0 0 0
E. Johnson .333 3 1 0 0 0 1
J. Kipnis .500 2 1 0 0 0 0
N. Morgan
1.000 2 2 0 0 0 0
D. Murphy .000 1 0 0 0 1 1
C. Santana .000 2 0 0 0 0 1
N. Swisher
.333 12 4 1 2 1 2

HOME SWEET HOME…ranks 6th in the American League with a 2.21
home ERA (Felix Hernandez is 4th at 2.09)…is 6-3 with a 2.21 ERA
(17 ER, 69.1 IP) with 50 strikeouts while limiting opponents to a .179
(44x246) opponents batting average in 11 starts at Safeco Field this
season…home opponent batting average is 2nd-lowest among AL
starters (Sale-CWS, .178; Duffy-KC, .185; Hernandez,-SEA, .190)…in his career,
is 9-3 with a 2.71 ERA (28 ER, 93.0 IP) with 69 strikeouts in 15 career starts at Safeco Field…prior to his loss vs. the Yankees on June 11, Young was the only pitcher
in the history of Safeco Field to make at least 7 starts without recording a loss.

FUN UNDER THE SUN…is 19-9 with 2.88 ERA (103 ER, 318.2 IP) w/229 strikeouts in 55 games, including 54 starts, in day games during his career…is 3-2
with a 2.52 ERA (17 ER, 60.2 IP) in 10 games, 9 starts, in day games this season.
LOOKING FOR SOME SUPPORT…the Mariners have scored 33 runs in Young’s last
11 starts, and just 26 runs while he is in the game…enter’s tonight’s start with a
3.90 run support average (runs scored while he is in the game), 9th-lowest among
AL starting pitchers.

THE AIR UP THERE
Young is one of 6 pitchers in MLB history listed at 6-foot10 or taller, with RHP Jon Rauch listed at 6-foot-11…
here is a listing of the tallest players in Mariners history
according to the SABR and STATS Inc databases:
Rk Player
1
Randy Johnson

Chris Young
3
Kameron Loe

Doug Fister

Jeff Nelson

Lee Guetterman

Aaron Taylor

Richie Sexson

Ht
6-10
6-10
6-8
6-8
6-8
6-8
6-8
6-8

NO HITS FOR YOU…limited opponents to a .212 batting average (96x453) this season, which is the 8th-lowest opponents average among American League starting pitchers this season…Young has recorded 7 starts this
season allowing 3 hits of less, while tossing at least 6.0 innings, which is tied for most in the Majors (w/J. Cueto, CIN, 7)…in his career
he has 30 such starts, going 21-3 in those game.
STINGY AT SAFECO…holding opponents to a .179 batting average (44x246) in 11 starts at Safeco Field…ranks 2nd in the AL (4th in MLB)
in home opp avg among starters…lowest single-season opponent batting average in home games is currently held by Randy Johnson
(.176 in 1997) and the lowest Safeco Field mark was recorded by Michael Pineda in 2011 (.182/50x275, 12 GS).
STRONG OUT OF THE GATES…has held opponents to a .178 batting average (29x163) the first time through the batting order and .230
(37x161) the second time through…during the third time through the order has been touched for a .250 avg (30x120) with 6 home runs.

TOMORROW’S PROBABLE STARTER: LHP ROENIS ELIAS (8-8, 4.31)

25-year-old left-hander is scheduled to make his 22nd start of the season (and career) tomorrow in the series opener vs. the Orioles…ND in last GS,
7/27 vs. BAL, allowing 1 ER in 5.0 IP at home…W#8 7/21 vs. NYM (5.1,5,1,1,2,8); left the game with a cramp in his left forearm…among MLB rookie
starters ranks T1st in starts, 2nd in innings (Tanaka - 129.1 IP) and 3rd in strikeouts (110)…2014 Season: Is the third native Cuban to pitch in a Mariners
uniform joining Diego Segui (40 G in 1977) and Tony Fossas (23 games in 1998)…ND in his MLB debut, 4/3 at OAK; tossed 4.2 IP of no-hit ball, and
finished 5.0 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 3 BB, 3 K…tossed a 9.0-inning 3-hit shutout 6/1 vs. DET (9.0,3,0,0,1,8,HB); was the 14th complete game shutout by
a Mariners rookie and the first since Freddy Garcia blanked Detroit on Aug. 24, 1999…W#2 5/1 at NYY (7.0,6,2,1,2,10,HR); became the 5th different
Seattle rookie to record a 10K game over the past 4 seasons, joining Michael Pineda (2011), Erasmo Ramirez (2012), Hisashi Iwakuma (2012) and
James Paxton (2013)…MiLB Career: Combined to go 22-19 with a 3.61 ERA in 59 career minor league appearances (56 starts)…was an All-Star in
2012 (California League) and 2013 (Southern League)…signed by Seattle as a minor league free agent on May 3, 2011 while playing in Monterray,
Mexico…vs. BAL: Making 2nd career appearance vs. the Orioles, and 2nd in a row (ND 7/27: 5.0,4,1,1,3,6)…is 2-1 with a 5.09 ERA vs. AL East teams.

2014 MARINERS GAME NOTES • THURSDAY • JULY 31, 2014 • AT CLEVELAND INDIANS • PAGE 3

Season Totals
Starters
Relievers
Safeco
Road
March/April
May
June
July

TEAM PITCHING

W-L ERA CG/SV IP
H
R ER BB-I SO HR
55-52 3.05 1/32
967.0 796 356 328
304-24 865 90
42-35 3.38 1/0 654.2 557 263 246
189-8 558 71
13-17
2.37
0/32
311.1
239 93 82
115-16
307 19
26-31 3.04 1/14
515.0 412 189 174
160-6 461 46
29-21 3.07 0/18
452.0 384 167 154
144-18 404 44
11-14 3.67 0/5 220.2 192 102 90 93-7 197 25
16-14 3.56 0/10
268.0 246 113 106 76-3 211 29
18-10
2.53
1/10
249.0
191 70 70
68-4
226 19
10-14
2.43
0/7
229.1
167 71 62
67-10
231 17

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
49-Beavan, rhp
4/15 at TEX (4.0,6,2,2,0,1,2HR)
L
L2
1
4.0
63.0
0/1
2.25
0.00
0
1
29-Elias, lhp
7/27 vs. BAL (5.0,4,1,1,3,6)
ND
W1
21
5.9
94.0
3/0
8.03
3.28
6
16
34-Hernandez, rhp 7/30 at CLE (7.0,4,2,2,2,5)
L
L1
23
7.2
103.1 15/3
9.69
1.69
21
7
18-Iwakuma, rhp
7/29 at CLE (7.0,6,2,2,1,6)
W
W1
17
6.9
93.6
0/6
7.19
0.69
11
11
37-Maurer, rhp
5/29 vs. LAA (4.0,6,5,5,4,2,HR)
L
L4
7
4.7
85.4
3/0
4.73
3.90
0
5
65-Paxton, lhp
4/8 vs. LAA (5.+,4,3,3,0,4)
W
W5
2
6.0
79.5
0/0
9.75
1.50
1
1
50-Ramirez, rhp
7/22 vs. NYM (7.0,5,2,2,2,10)
L
L5
12
5.0
87.4
6/2
7.80
4.65
5
3
32-Walker, rhp
7/23 vs. NYM (5.0,2,2,2,6,5)
L
L2
3
5.0
90.3
2/0
8.40
7.80
1
3
54-Wilhelmsen, rhp 7/10 vs. MIN (2.2,1,2,1,3,3)
L
L1
1
2.2
54.0
2/0
10.13 10.13
0
0
53-Young, rhp
7/26 vs. BAL (7.0,2,0,0,3,8)
W
W1
20
6.1
97.1
5/3
5.59
3.02
13
5

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)
20 (8-12)
1 (0-0)
24 (13-11)
4 (2-0)
31 (17-14)
10 (3-2)
15 (13-2)
8 (6-1)
107 (55-52)
23 (11-3)
3.81 (408 R) 4.61 (106 R)
55-52
15-8

Iwakuma
1 (0-1)
1 (0-0)
3 (2-1)
7 (3-3)
5 (5-0)
17 (9-5)
4.06 (69 R)
10-7

Ramirez

Paxton

Elias

Young

Walker

5 (0-1)
0 (0-0)
2 (0-2)
1 (0-0)
1 (0-1)
2 (0-1)
1 (1-0)
8 (1-3)
4 (2-2)
1 (0-1)
3 (0-2)
0 (0-0)
5 (3-2)
8 (4-2)
1 (1-0)
2 (1-1)
1 (1-0)
4 (3-1)
6 (2-2)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
1 (1-0)
1 (1-0)
0 (0-0)
12 (1-5)
2 (2-0)
20 (8-8)
20 (9-6)
1 (1-0)
3.58 (43 R) 6.50 (13 R) 3.65 (73 R) 3.20 (64 R) 4.00 (12 R)
4-8
2-0
10-10
11-9
1-2

Beavan

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

Team
Record
0-1
10-11
15-8
10-7
2-5
2-0
4-8
1-2
0-1
11-9

Maurer Wilhelmsen

1 (0-1)
5 (0-3)
1 (0-1)
0 (0-0)
1 (1-0)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
1 (0-1)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
0 (0-0)
1 (0-1)
7 (1-4)
1 (0-1)
0.00 (0 R) 3.71 (26 R) 2.00 (2 R)
0-1
2-5
0-1

MARINERS BULLPEN BRIEFS
PITCHER
LAST APP.
IP,H,R,ER,BB,K
LAST WIN
97-Beimel, lhp
7/30 at CLE
1.0,0,0,0,0,0
6/24 vs. BOS
40-Farquhar, rhp
7/26 vs. BAL
0.2,0,2,0,1,0,HB 4/27 vs. TEX
41-Furbush, lhp
7/29 at CLE
0.2,1,0,0,0,2
6/20 at KC
52-Leone, rhp
7/23 vs. NYM
1.1,2,1,1,1,1
7/19 at LAA
37-Maurer, rhp*
7/27 vs. BAL
1.0,3,1,1,2,3
8/20/13 at OAK
31-Medina, rhp
7/29 at CLE
0.1,0,0,0,0,0
6/21 at KC
56-Rodney, rhp
7/29 at CLE
1.0,1,0,0,0,2
4/23 vs. HOU
54-Wilhelmsen, rhp* 7/27 vs. BAL
2.0,1,0,0,0,3
7/5 at CWS
53-Young, rhp*
4/6 at OAK
2.0,0,0,0,0,2
None
*Relief appearances only

LAST SAVE
6/11/09 vs. CIN w/WAS
5/4 at HOU
7/19 at LAA
None
None
6/18/13 at LAA
7/29 at CLE
6/30 at HOU
None

#97 - JOE BEIMEL, LHP
2014: 38 G, 2-1, 1.35 ERA, 0-0 SV, 7 HLD
Career-High IP: 4.0 (9/13/05 vs. NYY w/TB) 2014-High IP: 2.0-2x (4/18 at MIA)
• Allowed earned runs in only 3 of 38 games this season.
• Is 3rd among AL relievers in ERA at 1.35.
• 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: 43 G, 1-1, 2.51 ERA, 1-3 SV, 9 HLD
Career-High IP: 3.0 (7/31/13 at BOS) 2014-High IP: 2.0, 4x (last: 6/9 at TB)
• Has not allowed a run in 35 of 43 appearances...1 or less in 39 of 43 games.
• Allowed just 2 ER in last 15 games (6/17-current) in 15.2 IP (1.15 ERA).
• HR allowed 6/14 vs. TEX (Chirinos) was just 4th in his career (92 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: 44 G, 1-5, 3.82 ERA, 1-1 SV, 13 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 44 appearances...3rd straight season with 40+ apps.
Stranded 23 of 28 inherited runners (81.5%).
Boasts a 2.60 ERA (5 ER, 17.1 IP) in 21 games in Safeco Field.
Since May 5 is 1-1-1, 2.11 (5 ER, 21.1 IP) in 30 G w/25 SO (2 BB).
L#5 on 7/25 vs. BAL, allowing a leadoff HR in the 10th inning to C. Davis.
Struck out all 3 BF 7/24 vs. BAL.
First career SV on 7/19 at LAA...entered game after a HR to lead off the 12th
inning; recorded the final 3 outs in order to record the save.
• Allowed 2-run HR to Konerko 7/4 at CWS…had given up 2 R in previous 20
G (May 5-June 27).
• W #1 6/20 at KC; retired both BF, stranding 3 inherited runners in tie game in 8th.
• L #4 6/18 at SD, allowed infield hit and bloop RBI single in 8th inning.
#52 - DOMINIC LEONE, RHP

2014: 38 G, 3-2, 2.23 ERA, 0-2 SV, 6 HLD

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

• Averaging 9.84 K/9.0 IP (47 SO, 43.0 IP).
• Allowed runs in just 9 of 38 appearances this season (11 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
7/25 vs. BAL
7/18 at LAA
None
7/27 at BAL
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)
29/32 (.906)
1/3 (.333)
0/0 (---)
32/42 (.762)

1st BF/RETIRED
38/31 (.816)
43/32 (.744)
44/30 (.682)
38/28 (.737)
11/10 (.909)
44/33 (.750)
44/32 (.727)
36/25 (.694)
1/1 (1.000)
302/218 (.722)

RI/STRANDED
23/17 (.739)
15/12 (.821)
29/24 (.828)
21/10 (.476)
2/2 (1.000)
14/11 (.786)
9/8 (.889)
12/8 (.667)
2/1 (.500)
131/95 (.725)

#37 - BRANDON MAURER, RHP 2014: 18 G, 7 GS, 1-4, 5.21 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, 0.56 (1 ER, 16.0 IP) in 11 G in relief this season; 1-4, 7.52 in 7 GS.
• 4 of his 11 relief appearances this season have been 2.0 IP or longer.
• Opponents are 9-for-57 (.158) w/20 strikeouts in his 11 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: 44 G, 4-2, 2.43 ERA, 0-1 SV, 16 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 16 holds…T1st on team w/44 G...T6th in AL w/4 relief W.
• Is 3-1, 1.16 (3 ER / 23.1 IP) in last 28 games (May 5-current) w/22 strikeouts.
• 2 R, 10 H in last 20.0 IP, May 17-current (25 G) with 18 strikeouts.
• L #2 7/27 vs. BAL; allowed a run in 10th in 3-2 loss.
• W #4 6/21 at KC; tossed 1-2-3 8th in 1-1 tie; Mariners scored 1 in 9th for win.
• W #3 6/8 at TB; tossed scoreless 8th, keeping game tied 0-0.
• Earned W#2 in G#1 of DH 5/7 at OAK (1.0,0,0,0,1,1,HBP).
#56 - FERNANDO RODNEY, RHP 2014: 44 G, 1-4, 2.11 ERA, 29-32 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/29 saves…allowed at least 1 base runner in 19 of 32 SV ops.
SV #29 7/29 at CLE.
SV #28 / #200 of his career, 7/26 vs. BAL; final out was caught stealing 1-4.
BS #3 7/20 at LAA snapped string of 16 straight converted save opps (5/22-7/11).
Has converted 18 of last 19 save opps since 5/22 (10 H, 3 ER, 7 BB (2 IBB), 21 K).
4 R in last 26.1 IP (1.37 ERA) with 18 SV in 27 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 29 {and counting} w/SEA in 2014)...has 114 saves since the start of
the 2012 season; only Atlanta’s Craig Kimbrel has more (122).

#54-TOM WILHELMSEN, RHP 2014: 37 G, 1 GS, 1-2, 2.34 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 57.2 innings pitched.
• Worked more than 1.0 IP in 19 of 37 games; 2.0+ IP in 15 of 37 games.
• Worked 2.0+ innings in 12 of last 16 G…1.85 ERA (7 ER, 34.0 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 • THURSDAY • JULY 31, 2014 • AT CLEVELAND INDIANS • PAGE 4
SEATTLE HITTERS vs. CLEVELAND INDIANS

2014
CAREER

HR@

AVG
AB H HR RBI
AVG AB H HR RBI CLE
D. Ackley
.214
14 3 0 2
.238 84 20 1 8
1
W. Bloomquist - DL
.250
4 1 0 0
.261 153
40
0 11 0
R. Cano
.222
18 4 1 2
.333 249
83 13 42
5
E. Chavez
.167
12 2 1 1
.309 55 17 2 6
1
C. Hart
.333
3 1 0 1
.350 20
7 1 5
1
J. Jones
.071
14
1 0 0
.071 14
1 0 0
0
B. Miller
.111
9 1 0 1
.050 20
1 0 1
0
L. Morrison
.278
18 5 0 0
.333 39 13 0 5
0
K. Morales
.100
20
2 0 0
.287 157
45
6 22 2
S. Romero
.000
3 0 0 0
.000 3 0 0 0
0
M. Saunders - DL
.182
11
2
0
0
.196
107
21
4
11
0
K. Seager
.474
19 9 0 1
.396 96 38 2 6
2
J. Sucre
-- -- -- -- --
-- -- -- -- --
0
C. Taylor
.250
4 1 0 1
.250 4 1 0 1
0
M. Zunino
.188
16
3 1 2
.273 22
6 2 4
1

#13 - DUSTIN ACKLEY, OF
Last Game: 0x4, K yest.
Road Trip: 3x9, R, 2B, 2 RBI, 2 K

vs. McAllister: .231 (3x13), 3 RBI, BB
Current Streak: 0 G (0x4)
Last HR: 5/11 vs. KC, 2 (#4)

#21 - KENDRYS MORALES, DH
Last Game: 0x3, K yest.
Road Trip: 0x8, K

vs. McAllister: .333 (3x9), 2B, RBI, K
Current Streak: 0 G (0x13)
Last HR: 6/24 at LAA (#1)

Season-Highs: streak: 7 (7/18-24)…hits: 3-7x (7/29)…RBI: 3-2x (last: 6/7)

Season-Highs: streak: 12 (7/8-22)…hits: 3-2x (7/1)…RBI: 3-2x (7/9)

• Season-high 7-game hit streak 7/18-24 (12x27/.444); 4th-longest of his career and longest since 10-game streak (4/20-30/13).
• Stole HR in T6th 7/21 vs. NYM that was SportsCenter/MLB Network Top Play.
• Batting .370 (30x81) with 8 R, 9 2B, 7 RBI and 2 BB in July (23 G).
• Is a .230 (37x161) hitter at home and .276 (45x163) on the road.
• 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.

• Made Mariners ‘14 debut 7/25 vs. BAL and collected SF and RBI.
• Acquired by Seattle from Minnesota in exchange for RHP S. Pryor on 7/24.
• Appeared in 39 G with w/MIN after signing as a FA on 6/8 (28 GS: DH - 26,
1B - 12)...hit .234 (36x154) with 11 2B, 1 HR and 18 RBI...had a 12-game
hitting streak (.292/14x48) snapped 7/23 going 0x4.

#8 - WILLIE BLOOMQUIST, UTL - DL
Last Game: 0x1, RBI as PH, 7/23 vs. NYM
Road Trip: ---

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

vs. McAllister: never faced
Current Streak: 0 G (0x1)
Last HR: 5/23 vs. HOU (#1)

Season-Highs: streak: 4-2x (6/4-9)…hits: 3 (7/21)…RBI: 3 (5/23)

• Placed on placed on 15-day disabled list with a right knee contusion 7/24...
injured while legging out an RBI groundout in the 8th inning 7/23 vs. NYM.
• Hit in 17 of last 23 GS: 27x78/.346, 10 R, 5 2B, HR, 10 RBI (5/23-c).
• Started 32 G this season: SS (12), 3B (5), 2B (6), LF (3), 1B (5), DH (1).
• Batting .394 (13x33) with 5 2B, HR, 14 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: 1x3, K yest.
Road Trip: 2x7, BB, K

vs. McAllister: never faced
Current Streak: 2 G (2x7)
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)








Hits in 82 of 102 games with 40 multi-hit contests…reached safely in 89 G.
2nd in AL in AVG (.327), 3rd in hits (130), T2nd in multi-hit G (40).
Since 7/9, hits in 12 of last 16 G: .369/24x65 w/4 R, 4 2B, 3B, HR, 7 RBI, 7 BB.
Started 5th straight All-Star game for AL at 2B…went 0x2 with 2 K’s.
Reached base safely in 5 of 6 PA 7/18 at LAA (4x5, BB).
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: 0x3 yest.
Road Trip: 0x4

vs. McAllister: .333 (1x3), 2B
Current Streak: 0 G (0x5)
Last HR: 6/27 vs. CLE (#1)

Season-Highs: streak: 6 (7/12-22)…hits: 3 (6/24)…RBI: 3 (6/23)






Was stratched from the July 26 lineup with a jammed left pinkie finger.
Reached safely in first PA in 15 of 31 leadoff starts (.448/13x29, 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).
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: 1x3, R, 2B, RBI, 7/29 at CLE
Road Trip: 1x3, R, 2B, RBI

vs. McAllister: never faced
Current Streak: 2 G (2x8)
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 on 7/4 is 13-for-60 (.217) with 16 strikeouts.
Activated from 15-day DL 7/4.…went on 5/20 with strained left hamstring.
Hit .297 (11x37), 3 2B, 3B, HR, 4 RBI in 10 G on rehab at AAA Tacoma.
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: 0x3, 2 K yest.
Road Trip: 0x7, 2 K

vs. McAllister: never faced
Current Streak: 0 G (0x16)
Last HR: ---

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

• 6th in the AL w/20 SB, 2nd in AL since May 5 (J. Altuve, 31).
• Ranks 4th in single-season club history with 20 steals as rookie behind Ichiro (56 in
‘01), Phil Bradley (21 in ‘84) & Donell Nixon (21 in 1987).
• 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).
• 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: 0x3 yest.
Road Trip: 0x3

vs. McAllister: .000 (0x2), BB
Current Streak: 0 G (0x6)
Last HR: 6/30 at HOU (#8)

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

• T3rd among AL SS w/8 HR (A. Ramirez - 10/A. Cabrera-9/J. Reyes 8).
• Hit .375 (15x40) w/5 R, 2B, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 3 BB in 12 G from 6/10-6/22, but
only .182 (14x77) w/8 R, 3 2B, 2 HR, 7 RBI, 9 BB in 24 G from 6/23-current.
• Matched career-high (2x) with 3 BB 7/25 vs. BAL (also: 7/6/2013 @CIN).
• 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).
• 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.

#20 - LOGAN MORRISON, 1B/OF
Last Game: 1x3, K yest.
Road Trip: 2x7, 2B, 2 K

vs. McAllister: .000 (0x2), K
Current Streak: 2 G (2x7)
Last HR: 7/11 vs. OAK (#5)

• Is 8-for-67 (.119) in last 18 games with 3 2B, HR, 4 BB, 14 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.
#7 - STEFEN ROMERO, OF
Last Game: 0x1, K, as PH/RF, 7/26 vs. BAL
Road Trip: ---

vs. McAllister: never faced
Current Streak: 0 G (0x3)
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 43 starts, 33 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 vs. McAllister: .222 (2x9), 2B, HR, 2RBI
Last Game: 1x4, 2 BB, 7/10 vs. MIN
Current Streak: 4 G (6x15)
Road Trip: ---
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).
• 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: 1x3, K yest.
Road Trip: 3x8, R, 3B, K

vs. McAllister: .429 (6x14), 3 2B, RBI, K
Current Streak: 6 G (8x24)
Last HR: 7/20 at LAA (#16)

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




Among AL 3B, 2nd in slugging %, hits, HR, OPS & 2B.
Team leader in extra-base hits (45) & RBI (67)...T1st in HR (16),
Batting .333 (51x153) w/16 R, 12 2B, 7 HR, 28 RBI in last 39 G (since 6/15).
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.
• Batting .345 (67x194, 13 HR) at Safeco Field; .217 (43x198, 3 HR) on road.
• 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: 1x3, R, 7/29 vs. BAL
Road Trip: ---

vs. McAllister: never faced
Current Streak: 1 G (1x3)
Last HR: - - -

Season-Highs: streak: 2 (7/12-19)…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).
In AAA, threw out 21 of 41 attempted base stealers (51%).
Made MLB debut 5/24/13 vs. TEX (1x4).
Signed by Seattle as a minor league free agent 7/19/11 (re-signed in 2012).

#1 - CHRIS TAYLOR, SS
Last Game: 1x4, 2B, RBI, HBP, 7/29 at CLE
Road Trip: 1x4, 2B, RBI, HBP

vs. McAllister: never faced
Current Streak: 2 G (3x8)
Last HR: - - -

Season-Highs: streak: 2 (7/27-current)…hits: 2 (7/27)…RBI: 1 (7/27)

• Selected from AAA Tacoma July 24 and made Major League debut that night
as starting SS batting 9th (1x3, K)...1B in 2nd AB (Chen) on 7/24 vs. BAL.
• In 75 G w/Tacoma hit .328 (99x302) with 63 R, 22 2B, 7 3B, 5 HR and 37
RBI...at time of call up in PCL ranked 2nd in AVG, T4th in R and T3rd in 3B.
• Went 3x3 w/2 2B in AAA All-Star Game to earn Top Star honors for the PCL.
• 5th round selection by Seattle in 2012 MLB Draft out of Univ. of Virginia.
#3 - MIKE ZUNINO, C
vs. McAllister: .500 (1x2), RBI, BB, K
Last Game: 0x3, K yest.
Current Streak: 0 G (0x4)
Road Trip: 2x6, 2R, 2B, HR, RBI, HBP, 2 K
Last HR: 7/29 at CLE (#16)
Season-Highs: streak: 6-2x (last: 6/18-25)…hits: 4 (4/29)…RBI: 3-2x (last: 5/28)

• 33 of 64 hits are extra-base hits (HR-16, 2B-16, 3B-1).
• Leads all AL catchers (3rd in MLB) with 16 home runs.
• 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).
• HR #13 7/7 vs. MIN; has homered in 6 of last 25 games (6/20-current).
• Hit 5 of 15 home runs in Felix Hernandez’ starts.
• Batting .281 (27x96) w/8 2B, 4 HR vs. LHP this season.

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SCORE BY INNINGS

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 X
Total
Mariners 38 47 42 49 52 45 54 34 42 5 408
Opponent 46 33 46 38 54 27 33 40 33 6 356

HOME RUN BREAKDOWN

Player

RECORD BY HOME RUN… 0 1 2 3 4 5 6

20-36
15-11
16-3 3-2 1-0 0-0 0-0
HOME RUNS BY POSITION… Total C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF DH PH P

83 17 12 5 16 9 4 1 10 8 1 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)
Name
James Paxton-lhp
Michael Saunders-of
Willie Bloomquist-utl
Corey Hart-dh
Hisashi Iwakuma-rhp
Logan Morrison-of/dh
Stephen Pryor-rhp
Michael Saunders-of
Justin Smoak-1b
Taijuan Walker-rhp
Blake Beavan-rhp

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

Solo 2R 3R GS Total

Ackley
3 1 -- -- 4
Almonte
1 -- -- -- 1
Bloomquist -- 1 -- -- 1
Cano
-- 4 3
-- 7
Chavez
1 -- -- -- 1
Hart
4 -- 1
-- 5
Miller
7 1 -- -- 8
Montero
-- 1 -- -- 1
Morales
-- -- -- -- 0
Morrison
3 2 -- -- 5
Romero 2 -- 1
-- 3
Saunders 4 2 -- -- 6
Seager
6 5 5 -- 16
Smoak
2 4 1
-- 7
Zunino
11 4 1 -- 16
Team
44 26 12 0 83

Runs via HR:
133

DISABLED LIST

DL Dates
Eligible
April 9-current
June 8
July 11-current
July 26
July 24-current
August 8
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
---
April 16-July 25

STARTS BY POSITION (Team Record)

1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF C DH
Ackley
-- -- -- --
39-43
-- -- -- 3-1
Almonte
-- -- -- -- --
10-15
-- -- -Bloomquist 4-1 4-2 7-5 3-2 1-2 -- -- -- 1-0
Cano
--
51-45
-- -- -- -- -- -- 2-4
Chavez
-- -- -- --
3-3
2-2
8-10
-- 5-2
Franklin
-- 0-5 4-1 -- -- -- 1-0 -- 1-1
Hart
0-2
-- -- -- -- --
1-4 --
25-22
Jones
-- -- -- -- --
36-33
-- -- -Miller
-- -- 43-44 -- -- -- -- -- -Morales
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 2-3
Morrison 18-18
-- -- -- -- --
2-2 -- 2-4
Montero 1-0
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- 2-2
Romero
-- -- -- --
1-0
--
21-12
-- 3-6
Saunders -- -- -- -- --
7-2
17-24
-- -Seager
-- -- --
52-50
-- -- -- -- 1-0
Smoak 32-31
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -Sucre
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- 3-1 -Taylor
-- -- 1-2 -- -- -- -- -- -Zunino
-- -- -- -- -- -- --
44-40
1-0

Injury
Strained left latissimus dorsi muscle
Strained left oblique
Right knee contusion
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
Right shoulder tendinitis

G Missed
100
15
6
42
27
52
14
14
22
63
90

Team Record
50-50
6-9
2-4
26-16
12-15
27-25
7-8
8-6
13-9
34-29
46-44

STARTS BY BATTING ORDER (Team Record)

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

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1-1 1-3 -- -- 0-1 5-5 19-24
16-9 0-1
10-13
0-1 -- -- -- -- -- -- 0-1
5-2 3-2 -- -- -- 0-1 0-2 1-1 11-4
-- -- 53-49 -- -- -- -- -- -15-16 2-1 --
-- -- --
-- 1-0 --- 0-1 -- -- -- 1-3 1-2 1-1 3-0
-- -- -- 17-18 5-5 3-4 1-0 1-0 -15-15
20-17
-- -- -- -- -- -- 1-1
-- 9-12 -- -- -- --
-- 17-9 17-23
-- -- -- 2-3 -- -- -- -- --- --
-- 5-1 10-11 3-6 4-6 --
--- -- -- 0-1
1-0
0-1 -- 2-0 --- 11-7 -- 2-1 2-3 2-3 8-1 0-2 0-1
9-5
7-6
1-2 -- 0-3 -- 5-7
2-3 --- 0-1 0-1 15-15 20-19 15-11 3-3
--
--- --
-- 13-11 11-9 6-8 2-3 --
--- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 3-1
--
1-0 -- -- -- -- -- -- 0-2
-- -- 1-0 -- 5-0
13-7 3-3
9-21
14-9

PITCHER - Hernandez (15-8), Ramirez (4-8), Iwakuma (10-7), Paxton (2-0), Elias (10-11), Young (11-10), Beavan (0-1), Maurer (2-5), Walker (1-2), Wilhelmsen (0-1)

MARINERS MULTI-HIT GAMES:

MARINERS MULTI-RBI GAMES:

Player
2 3 4 5 Total
Ackley
15 7 -- -- 22
Almonte
4 -- -- -- 4
Bloomquist 10 1 -- -- 11
Buck
2 2 -- -- 4
Cano
32 6 2 -- 40
Chavez
12 1 -- -- 13
Franklin
2 -- -- -- 2
Gillespie
4 -- -- -- 4
Hart
9 -- -- -- 9
Jones
10 5 1 -- 16
Miller
14 -- -- -- 14
Montero
-- -- -- -- 0
Morales
-- -- -- -- 0
Morrison
4 1 1 -- 6
Romero
9 1 -- -- 10
Saunders
13 3 -- -- 16
Seager
28 5 2 -- 35
Smoak
11 -- -- -- 11
Sucre
-- -- -- -- 0
Taylor
1 -- -- -- 1
Zunino
14 1 1 -- 16
Team
194 33 7 0 234

Player
2
3 4 5+ Total
Ackley
5 2 -- -- 7
Almonte
1 -- -- -- 1
Bloomquist 3 1 -- -- 4
Buck
1 -- -- -- 1
Cano
12 4 -- -- 16
Chavez
-- 1 -- -- 1
Franklin
-- -- -- -- 0
Gillespie
-- -- -- -- 0
Hart
2 -- 1 -- 3
Jones
2 -- -- -- 2
Miller
2 1 -- -- 3
Montero
1 -- -- -- 1
Morales
-- -- -- -- 0
Morrison
2 1 1 -- 4
Romero
-- 2 -- -- 2
Saunders
5 2 -- -- 6
Seager
11 5 2 1 19
Smoak
6 3 -- -- 9
Sucre
-- -- -- -- -Taylor
1 -- -- -- -Zunino
4 3 -- -- 7
Team
57 24 4 1 86

INSTANT REPLAY:

Record

Total Confirmed/Stands Overturned Keeping
Mariners 20
11
9
Opponents 23
8
15
Umpires 15
13
2 1

OUTFIELD ASSISTS:

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

THE CATCHER’S BOX:

Catcher Record G/GS SB CCS CS% PB
Buck
8-11 19/19 11 3 21.4 1
Sucre
3-1 5/4 2 1 33.3 0
Zunino 44-40 86/84 43 16 27.1 3
Team
55-52 107 56 20 26.3 4

HITTING STREAKS (10+ G):
Player

G

Dates

Stats During Streak

James Jones
Robinson Cano

14
10

5/9-24
6/2-12

.288/15x52, 10 R, 4 2B, 2 3B, RBI
.368/14x38, 6 R, 3 2B, HR, 4 RBI, 5 BB

GAME-WINNING/2-OUT RBI:

Player GWRBI
Cano.........................................................................9
Seager......................................................................7
Zunino......................................................................5
Ackley/Miller/Saunders/Hart....................................4
Smoak......................................................................3
Almonte/Chavez/Gillespie/Morrison/Romero...........2
Morrison/Bloomquist/Buck/Montero........................1
Player
2-Out RBI
Seager....................................................................24
Smoak....................................................................19
Cano.......................................................................16
Ackley.....................................................................14
Hart / Zunino..........................................................11
Saunders..................................................................9
Miller.........................................................................8
Jones/Chavez...........................................................6
Morrison/Bloomquist................................................5
Almonte / Buck.........................................................3
Gillespie / Taylor.......................................................2
Franklin / Romero.....................................................1

RECENT TRANSACTIONS
July 14
July 15
July 17

July 21
July 22
July 23

July 24




July 25

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.
Justin Smoak, INF, optioned to AAA Tacoma (post-game).
Erasmo Ramirez, RHP, recalled from AAA Tacoma...optioned to AAA
Tacoma (post-game).
Taijuan Walker, RHP, recalled from AAA Tacoma.
Taijuan Walker, RHP, optioned to AAA Tacoma (post-game).
Kendrys Morales, 1B/DH, acquired from Minnesota.
Stephen Pryor, RHP, traded to Minnesota.
Jesus Montero, 1B/DH, recalled from AAA Tacoma (optioned to Tacoma post-game).
Chris Taylor, INF, selected from AAA Tacoma.
Willie Bloomquist, INF, placed on 15-day disabled list.
Blake Beavan, RHP, recalled from rehab assignment at AAA Tacoma; activated from 60-day DL; optioned to Tacoma (post-game).

2014 MARINERS GAME NOTES • THURSDAY • JULY 31, 2014 • AT CLEVELAND INDIANS • PAGE 6
MARINERS UPDATE
Overall Record.........................................55-52
Series Records.................................... 15-15-5
First Game of Series................................23-12
Second Game of Series..........................16-18
Third Game of Series..............................15-14
Fourth Game of Series................................1-8
Leading After 6..........................................42-7
Trailing After 6............................................5-38
Tied After 6...................................................8-7
Leading After 7..........................................46-6
Trailing After 7............................................4-36
Tied After 7.................................................5-10
Leading After 8..........................................48-3
Trailing After 8............................................2-41
Tied After 8...................................................5-8
Score First................................................35-14
Opponent Score First..............................20-38
Comeback Wins / Blown Losses.........22 / 19
Last at-bat W/L (walk-off)................ 9-13 (1-6)
Hit a home run.........................................35-16
No home runs..........................................20-36
Scoring 4 or more runs...........................39-10
Scoring less than 4 runs.........................16-42
Score in 3 or more innings........................28-8
Out-hit opponent.....................................48-13
Out-hit by opponent..................................6-36
Hits even.......................................................1-3
Lineups Used................................................ 97
Players Used (Pitchers)......................... 40 (19)
Safeco Field Roof Open..........................22-23
Safeco Field Roof Closed...........................3-2
Safeco Field Roof Moved............................1-6
Northwest Green Jersey...........................11-5
Astro Navy Jersey........................................7-4
Safeco Field Sellouts...................................1-0
2013 after 107 games..............................50-57
2013 after 108 games..............................50-58
2013 after 109 games..............................50-59
Best ever after 107 games..............77-30 (‘01)
Best ever after 108 games..............78-30 (‘01)
Best ever after 109 games..............79-30 (‘01)
March/April..............................................11-14
May...........................................................16-14
June..........................................................18-10
July............................................................10-14
August..........................................................0-0
September....................................................0-0
Monday.......................................................12-1
Tuesday......................................................10-7
Wednesday.................................................6-11
Thursday.......................................................3-7
Friday..........................................................6-10
Saturday.....................................................10-7
Sunday..........................................................8-9
1-Run Games/2-Run Games....... 13-19/14-13
Extra Innings................................................3-5
Average Time of Game (9-inn.)................. 2:55
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, 5x, last: July 24 vs. Baltimore (3rd 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....................................................... 10.0, 2x, last: July 27 vs. Baltimore
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.................................................................2:10, July 30 at Cleveland
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.......................................................3:21, July 27 vs. Baltimore
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, 7x, last: Dustin Ackley, July 26 vs. Baltimore
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................................................................................................................................................................................6, Taijuan Walker, July 23 vs. New York (NL)
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, 7x, last: Corey Kluber, July 30 at Cleveland
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:..........................................................................................................................................................5, Erasmo Ramirez (April 6-current)
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 • THURSDAY • JULY 31, 2014 • AT CLEVELAND INDIANS • PAGE 7

2014 MARINERS DAY-BY-DAYS
G
D
D/N OPP   W  / L
SCORE WINNER/LOSER/SAVE
REC.
POS GA/GB CLUBS
TIME
1
3/31 N @LAA
W
10-3
Hernandez (1-0)/Weaver
1-0
1
+0.5
--
3:17
2
4/1 N @LAA
W
8-3
Ramirez (1-0)/Wilson
2-0
1
+0.5
--
3:05
3
4/2 N @LAA
W
8-2
Paxton (1-0)/Santiago
3-0
1
+0.5
--
2:39
4 4/3 N @OAK L 2-3 (12) Pomeranz/Noesi (0-1)
3-1
1
+0.5
--
4:02

4/4 N @OAK
Rained Out -- DH 5/7
1
+1.0
-5
4/5 D @OAK
W
3-1
Hernandez (2-0)/Straily/Rodney (1)
4-1
1
+2.0
--
2:22
6
4/6 D @OAK L
3-6
Gray/Ramirez (1-1)/Johnson
4-2
1
+1.0
--
2:57

4/7
Off Day
1
+0.5
7
4/8 N LAA
W
5-3
Paxton (2-0)/Santiago/Rodney (2)
5-2
1
+1.0
--
2:59
8
4/9 N LAA L
0-2
Richards/Elias (0-1)/Frieri
5-3
T1
- - -
OAK
2:53

4/10
Off Day
2
-0.5
OAK
9
4/11 N OAK
W
6-4
Hernandez (3-0)/Milone/Rodney (3)
6-3
1
+0.5
--
3:09
10 4/12 N OAK L
1-3
Gray/Ramirez (1-2)/Gregerson
6-4
2
-0.5
OAK
3:08
11 4/13 D OAK L
0-3
Otero/Furbush (0-1)/Doolittle
6-5
2
-1.5
OAK
2:44
12 4/14 N @TEX
W
7-1
Elias (1-1)/Lewis
7-5
2
-1.5
OAK
3:01
13 4/15 N @TEX L
0-5
Ross Jr./Beavan (0-1)
7-6
2
-2.5
OAK
2:22
14 4/16 N @TEX L
2-3
Figueroa/Rodney (0-1)
7-7
3
-2.5
OAK
2:47
15 4/17 D @TEX L
6-8
Figueroa/Beimel (0-1)/Soria
7-8
T3
-3.0
OAK
3:28
16 4/18 N @MIA L
4-8
Cishek/Medina (0-1)
7-9
4
-4.0
OAK
3:09
17 4/19 N @MIA L
0-7
ALVAREZ/Elias (1-2)
7-10
4
-5.0
OAK
2:20
18 4/20 D @MIA L
2-3
Dunn/Wilhelmsen (0-1)/Cishek
7-11
4
-6.0
OAK
2:58
19 4/21 N HOU L
2-7
Keuchel/Hernandez (3-1)
7-12
4
-6.0
OAK
2:49
20 4/22 N HOU L
2-5
McHugh/Ramirez (1-3)/Fields
7-13
4
-6.0
OAK
3:02
21 4/23 D HOU
W
5-3
Rodney (1-1)/Fields
8-13
4
-5.5
TEX
2:50

4/24
Off Day
4
-5.5
TEX/OAK
22 4/25 N TEX
W
6-3
Medina (1-1)/Cotts/Rodney (4)
9-13
4
-5.5
OAK
2:55
23 4/26 N TEX L
3-6
Poreda/Furbush (0-2)/Soria
9-14
4
-5.5
TEX/OAK 3:13
24 4/27 D TEX
W
6-5
Farquhar (1-0)/Ogando/Rodney (5)
10-14
4
-4.5
TEX/OAK 3:10

4/28
Off Day
4
-5.0
OAK
25 4/29 N @NYY
W
6-3
Young (1-0)/Sabathia
11-14
4
-5.0
OAK
3:33

4/30 N @NYY
Rained Out -- Re-scheduled 6/2
4
-5.5
OAK
March/April (11-14)
Batting: .231 (197x854), 22 HR
Pitching: 11-14, 5 SV, 3.67 ERA (90 ER, 220.2 IP)
26 5/1 N @NYY
W
4-2
Elias (2-2)/Kuroda/Rodney (6)
12-14
4
-5.0
OAK
2:47
27 5/2 N @HOU L
4-5 (11) Bass/Furbush (0-3)
12-15
4
-5.0
OAK
4:02
28 5/3 D @HOU
W
9-8
Iwakuma (1-0)/Keuchel/Rodney (7)
13-15
4
-4.0
OAK
3:24
29 5/4 D @HOU
W
8-7
Maurer (1-0)/McHugh/Farquhar (1)
14-15
4
-4.0
OAK
3:30
30 5/5 N @OAK
W
4-2
Young (2-0/Kazmir/Rodney (8)
15-15
4
-3.0
OAK
2:36
31 5/6 N @OAK
W
8-3
Elias (3-2)/Chavez
16-15
T2
-2.0
OAK
3:19
32 5/7 D @OAK #1 W
6-4 (10) Medina (2-1)/Cook/Rodney (9)
17-15
2
-1.0
OAK
3:24
33
@OAK #2 L
0-2
Pomeranz/Ramirez (1-4)/Johnson
17-16
2
-2.0
OAK
2:21
34 5/8 N KC
W
1-0
Iwakuma (2-0)/Duffy/Rodney (10)
18-16
2
-1.5
OAK
2:25
35 5/9 N KC L
1-6
Vargas/Maurer (1-1)
18-17
3
-2.5
OAK
2:45
36 5/10 N KC
W
3-1
Young (3-0)/Ventura/Rodney (11)
19-17
2
-2.5
OAK
2:18
37 5/11 D KC L
7-9
Coleman/Farquhar (1-1)/Holland
19-18
3
-3.5
OAK
3:01
38 5/12 N TB
W
12-5
Hernandez (4-1)/Ramos
20-18
2
-3.5
OAK
3:10
39 5/13 N TB L
1-2
PRICE (4-3)/Rodney (1-2)
20-19
3
-4.5
OAK
2:48
40 5/14 D TB L
0-2
Odorizzi/Maurer (1-2)/Balfour
20-20
3
-4.5
OAK
3:21

5/15
Off Day
3
-4.5
41 5/16 N @MIN L
4-5
Gibson/Young (3-1)/Perkins
20-21
3
-5.5
OAK
2:42
42 5/17 N @MIN L
3-4
Deduno/Elias (3-3)/Perkins
20-22
3
-6.5
OAK
2:26
43 5/18 D @MIN
W
6-2
Hernandez (5-1)/Nolasco
21-22
3
-6.5
OAK
3:02

5/19
Off Day
3
-6.5
OAK
44 5/20 N @TEX
W
6-2
Iwakuma (3-0)/Lewis
22-22
3
-6.5
OAK
2:54
45 5/21 D @TEX L
3-4
Tepesch/Young (3-2)/Soria
22-23
3
-7.5
OAK
2:47
46 5/22 N HOU
W
3-1
Leone (1-0)/Cosart/Rodney (12)
23-23
3
-6.5
OAK
3:09
47 5/23 N HOU
W
6-1
Hernandez (6-1)/Owens
24-23
3
-5.5
OAK
2:40
48 5/24 N HOU L
4-9
Oberholtzer/Maurer (1-3)
24-24
3
-5.5
OAK
3:18
49 5/25 D HOU L
1-4
KEUCHEL/Iwakuma (3-1)
24-25
4
-5.5
OAK
2:28
50 5/26 D LAA
W
Young (4-2)/Skaggs
25-25
4
-5.5
OAK
2:40
51 5/27 N LAA L
4-6
Weaver/Elias (3-4)/Frieri
25-26
4
-5.5
OAK
3:03
52 5/28 N LAA
W
3-1
Hernandez (7-1)/Wilson/Rodney (13)
26-26
4
-5.5
OAK
2:30
53 5/29 N LAA L
5-7
Shoemaker/Maurer (1-4)/Frieri
26-27
4
-5.5
OAK
3:08
54 5/30 N DET L
3-6
Verlander/Iwakuma (3-2)/Chamberlain
26-28
4
-6.5
OAK
3:05
55 5/31 N DET
W
3-2
Young (5-2)/Smyly/Rodney (14)
27-28
4
-6.5
OAK
3:18
May (16-14)
Batting: .233 (228x978), 21 HR
Pitching: 16-14, 10 SV, 3.56 ERA (106 ER, 268.0 IP)
56 6/1 D DET
W
4-0
ELIAS (4-4)/Scherzer
28-28
4
-6.5
OAK
2:46
57 6/2 N @NYY
W
10-2
Hernandez (8-1)/Phelps
29-28
T3
-6.0
OAK
2:54
58 6/3 N @ATL
W
7-5
Leone (2-0)/Wood/Rodney (15)
30-28
3
-6.0
OAK
3:08
59 6/4 D @ATL
W
2-0
Iwakuma (4-2)/Minor/Rodney (16)
31-28
3
-6.0
OAK
2:51

6/5
Off Day
31-28
T2
-5.5
OAK
60 6/6 N @TB L
0-4
Bedard/Young (5-3)
31-29
3
-6.5
OAK
3:17
61 6/7 D @TB
W
7-4
Elias (5-4)/Cobb/Rodney (17)
32-29
3
-5.5
OAK
2:46
62 6/8 D @TB
W
5-0
Medina (3-1)/Balfour
33-29
3
-5.5
OAK
3:10
63 6/9 D @TB
W
3-0
Beimel (1-1)/Price/Rodney (18)
34-29
3
-4.5
OAK
3:11
64 6/10 N NYY L
2-3
Betances/Iwakuma (4-3)/Robertson
34-30
3
-4.5
OAK
2:50
65 6/11 N NYY L
2-4
TANAKA/Young (5-4)
34-31
3
-5.5
OAK
2:44
66 6/12 N NYY L
3-6
Whitley/Elias (5-5)/Robertson
34-32
3
-6.0
OAK
2:56
67 6/13 N TEX L
0-1
Tolleson/Hernandez (8-2)/Soria
34-33
3
-6.0
OAK
2:30
68 6/14 N TEX L
3-4
Cotts/Rodney (1-3)/Soria
34-34
T3
-7.0
OAK
3:34
69 6/15 D TEX
W
5-1
Iwakuma (5-3)/Martinez
35-34
3
-7.0
OAK
2:46
70 6/16 N SD
W
5-1
Young (6-4)/Ross
36-34
3
-6.0
OAK
2:44
71 6/17 D SD
W
6-1
Elias (6-5)/Stults
37-34
3
-6.0
OAK
2:42
72 6/18 N @SD L
1-2
Benoit/Furbush (0-4)/Street
37-35
3
-7.0
OAK
2:40
73 6/19 D @SD L
1-4
Hahn/Leone (2-1)/Street
37-36
3
-8.0
OAK
2:42
74 6/20 N @KC
W
7-5
Furbush (1-4)/Holland/Rodney (19)
38-36
3
-8.0
OAK
3:31
75 6/21 D @KC
W
2-1
Medina (4-1)/Vargas/Rodney (20)
39-36
3
-8.0
OAK
2:42
76 6/22 D @KC
W
2-1
Elias (7-5)/ Ventura/Rodney (21)
40-36
3
-7.0
OAK
2:54
77 6/23 N BOS
W
12-3
Hernandez (9-2)/Lackey
41-36
3
-6.5
OAK
2:57
78 6/24 N BOS
W
8-2
Beimel (2-1)/Peavy
42-36
3
-5.5
OAK
3:14
79 6/25 N BOS L
4-5
Buchholz/Iwakuma (5-4)
42-37
3
-6.5
OAK
2:40

6/26
Off Day
-6.5
OAK
80 6/27 N CLE
W
3-2
Young (7-4)/Bauer/Rodney (22)
43-37
3
-6.5
OAK
3:05
81 6/28 N CLE L
0-5
TOMLIN/Elias (7-6)
43-38
3
-7.5
OAK
2:24
82 6/29 D CLE
W
3-0
Hernandez (10-2)/House
44-38
3
-7.5
OAK
2:17
83 6/30 N @HOU
W
10-4
Walker (1-0)/McHugh/Wilhelmsen (1)
45-38
3
-6.5
OAK
3:07
June (18-10)
Batting: .262 (247x944), 29 HR
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

2014 MARINERS GAME NOTES • THURSDAY • JULY 31, 2014 • AT CLEVELAND INDIANS • PAGE 8
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D
D/N OPP   W  / L
SCORE WINNER/LOSER/SAVE
REC.
POS GA/GB CLUBS
TIME
84 7/1 N @HOU
W
13-2
Iwakuma (6-4)/Cosart
46-38
3
-5.5
OAK
3:36
85 7/2 D @HOU
W
5-2
Young (8-4)/Peacock/Rodney (24)
47-38
3
-4.5
OAK
2:47

7/3
Off Day
3
-5.0
OAK
86 7/4 N @CWS L
1-7
SALE/Elias (7-7)
47-39
3
-6.0
OAK
2:28
87 7/5 D @CWS W 3-2 (14) Wilhelmsen (1-1)/Belisario/Rodney (25)
48-39
3
-6.0
OAK
4:38
88 7/6 D @CWS L
0-1
Noesi/Walker (1-1)/Petricka
48-40
3
-7.0
OAK
2:49
89 7/7 N MIN
W
2-0
Iwakuma (7-4)/Correia/Rodney (26)
49-40
3
-7.0
OAK
2:34
90 7/8 N MIN L
0-2
Hughes/Young (8-5)/Perkins
49-41
3
-8.0
OAK
2:34
91 7/9 N MIN L
1-8
Gibson/Elias (7-8)
49-42
3
-8.0
OAK
3:11
92 7/10 N MIN L
2-4
Pino/Wilhelmsen (1-2)/Perkins
49-43
3
-9.0
OAK
3:11
93 7/11 N OAK
W
3-2
Hernandez (11-2)/SAMARDZIJA/Rodney (27) 50-43
3
-8.0
OAK
2:22
94 7/12 N OAK
W
6-2
Iwakuma (8-4)/Chavez
51-43
3
-7.0
OAK
2:43
95 7/13 D OAK L
1-4
Gray/Young (8-6)/Doolittle
51-44
3
-8.0
OAK
2:43
7/14

7/15
All-Star Game at Target Field (AL 5, NL 3)
7/16
7/17
96 7/18 N @LAA L
2-3 (16) Santiago/Leone (2-2)
51-45
3
-9.0
OAK
5:14
97 7/19 N @LAA
W
3-2 (12) Leone (3-2)/Thatcher/Furbush (1)
52-45
3
-8.0
OAK
4:07
98 7/20 D @LAA L
5-6
Thatcher/Rodney (1-4)
52-46
3
-9.0
OAK
3:15
99 7/21 N NYM
W
5-2
Elias (8-8)/Niese
53-46
3
-8.5
OAK
2:53
100 7/22 N NYM L
1-3
deGrom/Ramirez (1-5)/Mejia
53-47
3
-8.5
OAK
2:49
101 7/23 D NYM L
2-3
Colon/Walker (1-2)/Mejia
53-48
3
-9.5
OAK
3:05
102 7/24 N BAL L
0-4
Chen/Iwakuma (8-5)
53-49
3
-10.5
OAK
2:44
103 7/25 N BAL L
1-2 (10) O’Day/Furbush (1-5)/Britton
53-50
3
-10.5
OAK
3:16
104 7/26 D BAL
W
4-3
Young (9-6)/Norris/Rodney (28)
54-50
3
-10.5
OAK
2:49
105 7/27 D BAL L
2-3 (10) McFarland/Medina (4-2)/Britton
54-51
3
-11.5
OAK
3:21

7/28
Off Day
3
-11.0
106 7/29 N @CLE
W
5-2
Iwakuma (9-5)/Bauer/Rodney (29)
55-51
3
-11.0
OAK
3:15
107 7/30 N @CLE L
0-2
KLUBER/Hernandez (11-3)
55-52
3
-11.0
OAK
2:10
108 7/31 N @CLE
RHP Chris Young (9-6, 3.04) vs. RHP Zach McAllister (3-6, 5.65)

July (10-14)
Batting: .248 (214x862), 11 HR
Pitching: 10-14, 7 SV, 2.43 ERA (62 ER, 229.1 IP)
109 8/1 N @BAL
LHP Roenis Elias (8-8, 4.31) vs. LHP Wei-Yin Chen (11-3, 2.92)
110 8/2 N @BAL
TBA vs. RHP Miguel Gonzalez (5-5, 3.77)
111 8/3 D @BAL
RHP Hisashi Iwakuma (9-5, 3.06) vs. RHP Chris Tillman (7-5, 3.97)

8/4
Off Day
112 8/5 N ATL
113 8/6 D ATL
114 8/7 N CWS
115 8/8 N CWS
116 8/9 N CWS
117 8/10 D CWS
118 8/11 N TOR
119 8/12 N TOR
120 8/13 N TOR

8/14
Off Day
121 8/15 N @DET
122 8/16 N @DET
123 8/17 D @DET
124 8/18 N @PHI
125 8/19 N @PHI
126 8/20 D @PHI

8/21
Off Day
127 8/22 N @BOS
128 8/23 D @BOS
129 8/24 D @BOS
130 8/25 N TEX
131 8/26 N TEX
132 8/27 D TEX

8/28
Off Day
133 8/29 N WAS
134 8/30 N WAS
135 8/31 D WAS
August (0-0)
Batting: .--- (---), 0 HR
Pitching: 0-0, 0 SV, -.-- ERA (-- ER, -- IP)
136 9/1 D @OAK
137 9/2 N @OAK
138 9/3 D @OAK
139 9/4 N @TEX
140 9/5 N @TEX
141 9/6 N @TEX
142 9/7 D @TEX
143 9/8 N HOU
144 9/9 N HOU
145 9/10 N HOU

9/11
Off Day
146 9/12 N OAK
147 9/13 N OAK
148 9/14 D OAK
149 9/15 N @LAA
150 9/16 N @LAA
151 9/17 N @LAA
152 9/18 N @LAA
153 9/19 N @HOU
154 9/20 N @HOU
155 9/21 D @HOU
156 9/22 N @TOR
157 9/23 N @TOR
158 9/24 N @TOR
159 9/25 D @TOR
160 9/26 N LAA
161 9/27 N LAA
162 9/28 D LAA
September (0-0)
Batting: .--- (---), 0 HR
Pitching: 0-0, 0 SV, -.-- ERA (-- ER, -- IP)

ATT
17,504
17,209
30,297
23,113
23,370
18,562
14,158
16,465
14,530
32,981
39,204
25,959

42,517
40,231
37,128
21,943
18,681
36,224
19,621
34,792
36,936
26,523
15,713
14,863

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