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Wednesday, July 26, 2017 Game #103 (51-51

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Safeco Field BOSTON RED SOX (55-47) vs. SEATTLE MARINERS (51-51) Home #56 (30-25)
TODAY’S GAME INFORMATION
Starting Pitchers: LHP Chris Sale (12-4, 2.58) vs. RHP Andrew Moore (1-2, 5.70)
12:40 pm PT • Radio: 710 ESPN / Mariners.com • TV: ROOT SPORTS
Day Date Opp. Time (PT) Mariners Pitcher Opposing Pitcher RADIO
Thursday July 27 OFF DAY
Friday July 28 NYM 7:10 pm LH Ariel Miranda (7-4, 4.30) vs. RH Rafael Montero (1-7, 5.19) 710 ESPN
Saturday July 29 NYM 1:10 pm RH Yovani Gallardo (4-7, 5.58) vs. RH Jacob deGrom (12-3, 3.30) 710 ESPN
Sunday July 30 NYM 1:10 pm LH James Paxton (10-3, 2.84) vs. RH Seth Lugo (4-2 + tonight) 710 ESPN
All games televised on ROOT SPORTS with home games featuring Spanish Audio via TV SAP
TODAY’S TILT…the Mariners continue a 3-team, 11-day, 10-game homestand with the finale (2-0) of a
AL WILD CARD 3-game series vs. Boston…will also face New York-NL to cap homestand after starting it with a 4-game
The Mariners enter play today 2.5 games set vs. New York-AL (1-3)…following Sunday’s game, will depart for a 10-day, 9-game, 3-city trip to Texas
back of Kansas City for the final American
League Wild Card spot:
(3 G), Kansas City (4 G) and Oakland (2 G)…today’s game will be televised live in HD on ROOT SPORTS
TEAM W-L Pct. GB
NW and broadcast live on 710 ESPN Seattle and the Mariners Radio Network.
New York-AL 52-46 .531 +0.5 ODDS AND ENDS…Seattle is 10-5 in its last 15 games, 20-20 in last 40 and have won 30-of-the-last-52…
Kansas City 52-47 .525 ---
Tampa Bay 52-49 .515 -1.0 are 31-24 in last 55 games, 34-30 in last 64 and 40-35 in the last 75…are 9-7-2 in home series, 6-8-1 in road
Seattle 51-51 .500 -2.5 series…are 50-45 in 95 games after opening the season 1-6…are 30-25 at home, but 21-26 on the road.
Minnesota 49-50 .495 -3.0
• What a Relief - the Mariners bullpen combined to hold Boston to 1 run on 5 hits with 5 strikeouts and 4
AL BATTING LEADERS walks over 7.1 innings pitched last night (Steve Cishek, 1.1 IP, David Phelps, 0.2 IP, Marc Rzepczynski,
0.1 IP, Edwin Díaz, 1.0 IP, Nick Vincent, 1.0 IP, James Pazos, 1.0 IP and Tony Zych, 2.0 IP)…marked
Rk. Name AVG the 2nd time this season Seattle’s relief corps had combined to allow 1 run-or-fewer in at least 7.0 innings
1. Jose Altuve............. .364 (139x382)
2. Jean Segura......... .327 (100x306)
pitched (also: 7/16 at CWS).
3. Ben Gamel.............. .321 (98x305) • Slugging Seager - Kyle Seager has hit 7 home runs in his last 26 games, dating back to June 23…his 7
4. Jose Ramirez.......... .321 (119x371) home runs rank T6th in the American League during that span.
5. Carlos Correa......... .320 (104x325) • Back on Track - over the club’s last 57 games, since May 21, the Mariners bullpen has posted a 2.65 ERA
(57 ER, 193.2 IP), the best in the Majors during that span…Seattle’s bullpen ranks ahead of Los Ange-
AL RBI LEADERS les-NL (2.77/60 ER, 194.2 IP) and Boston (2.79/57 ER, 183.2 IP) during that span.
• RBI Duo - Nelson Cruz leads the AL in RBI with 75 while Robinson Canó ranks T7th with 66 RBI…Seattle
Rk. Name RBI
is one of two American League teams and seven Major League teams (also: Washington-4, Colorado-3,
1. Nelson Cruz............................. 75
2. Aaron Judge............................... 73
Arizona, Cincinnati, Miami and Houston) to have multiple players with at least 65 RBI each.
3. Jonathan Schoop....................... 71 • Four Square - Seattle is 48-16 when scoring 4 runs-or-more, but 3-35 when scoring 3-or-fewer runs…
4. Khris Davis................................. 69 have lost 28 consecutive games when scoring 3-or-fewer runs.
5. Miguel Sano............................... 68 BREAK OUT THE BROOMS…the Mariners are looking to sweep the Boston Red Sox in a series of at least
3 games for the 5th time in club history…Seattle’s last sweep of the Red Sox came on Aug. 22 – 24, 2014
INSIDE THE NUMBERS at Boston…Seattle has swept Boston 3 times in Seattle, including twice at Safeco Field (last: 6/25-27/07).

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HITTING FOR AVERAGE AND POWER…Ben Gamel is one of 10 players in the Major Leagues – including
1 of 4 in the AL – this season to be batting at least .320 with an on-base percentage of at least .370 and
a slugging percentage of at least .460…Gamel (.321 AVG, .373 OBP, .462 SLG) is joined by Jose Altuve-
Nick Vincent ranks 6th among AL
relievers with a 1.91 ERA (9 ER, 42.1 IP). HOU, Charlie Blackmon-COL, Carlos Correa-HOU, Bryce Harper-WAS, Daniel Murphy-WAS, Buster
Posey-SF, Jose Ramirez-CLE, Chris Taylor-LAD and Justin Turner-LAD.

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The Mariners have won 7 games in
Z MARKS THE SPOT…Mike Zunino has hit 14 home runs in his last 40 games, dating back to June 3…
among players with at least 145 plate appearances during that span (6/3-c), he leads the Major Leagues in
at-bats-per-home-run with a 9.43 clip (14 HR, 132 AB)…he also ranks T5th in the Major Leagues in home
comeback fashion since the All-Star runs (also: Aaron Judge-NYY, Travis Shaw-MIL and Justin Smoak-TOR) during that same span (6/3-c)…
Break, tied with Pittburgh for the most
in the Majors during that span…of the
he trails only Miami’s Giancarlo Stanton (17), Los Angeles-NL’s Cody Bellinger (16), Cincinnati’s Scooter
Mariners 8 wins since the Break, 7 have Gennett (15) and Kansas City’s Mike Moustakas (15).
been comeback wins. SETTING SALE…among active players with at least 25 career plate appearances vs. Red Sox starter
Chris Sale, Nelson Cruz’s .348 (8x23) average is 2nd-best in the Majors…he trails only Victor Martinez

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Ben Gamel has hit safely in 12
(.423/22x52) while ranking ahead of Eric Hosmer (.346/18x52), Jose Iglesias (.344/11x32) and Alcides
Escobar (.343/24x70)…overall, Cruz is batting .348 (8x23) with 2 home runs, 4 RBI, 2 walks, a .400 on-base
percentage and a .609 slugging percentage in his career vs. Sale.
consecutive games (7/14-c), batting
.314 (16x51) with 10 runs, 3 doubles, PICKING UP THE PACE…since May 28, the Mariners have the 5th-best winning percentage in the Major
1 triple, 2 home runs and 6 RBI…ranks Leagues…Seattle is 30-22 (.577) during that span, trailing only Los Angeles-NL (40-11/.784), Houston (33-
3rd among active streaks. 17/.660), Kansas City (31-20/.608) and Washington (29-21/.580).

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MAKE IT A DOUBLE…Robinson Canó collected his 496th career double in the 3rd inning last night,
breaking a tie with Frank Thomas and Aramis Ramirez to move into sole possession of 68th-most career
doubles in Major League history…Canó is 1 double shy of tying Hall of Famer Sam Rice (497) for 67th-
Mike Zunino ranks 3rd among all
catchers with 15 home runs this
most all-time…with 4 more doubles, Canó will become the 63rd player in MLB history with at least 500
season…trails only Salvador Perez-KC career doubles…of the 62 players with 500+ doubles, 37 are in the Hall of Fame…Edgar Martinez is still
(17) and Willson Contreras-CHC (16). the leader in the Mariners clubhouse with 514 career doubles.
LEFT-ON-LEFT SUCCESS…the Mariners have faced left-handed starters in 4-of-their-last-5 games and
ON THIS DATE will face a southpaw starter today…Ben Gamel is batting .359 (28x78) vs. left-handed pitchers this season,
2015: Franklin Gutierrez hit a walk-off
home run and the Mariners turned a
the top average in the Majors by a left-handed batter vs. southpaws this season…overall, he is batting
rare triple play in a 6-5 win over Toron- .359 with 7 doubles, 2 triples, 1 home run and 13 RBI vs. LHP this season…since 2014, Kyle Seager leads
to in 10 innings…the Mariners turned a all left-handed batters with 32 home runs vs. left-handed pitchers…during that time span, Seager ranks
3-6-2-2 triple play, the 11th in franchise
history…according to the SABR triple
ahead of Anthony Rizzo (31), Chris Davis (30), Robinson Canó (26) and Joey Votto (25).
play database of over 700 Triple Plays, NO RUNS FOR YOU…Nick Vincent has not allowed a run in 22.2 innings pitched over 24 appearances at
Seattle’s triple play was the first featur-
ing a 3-6-2-2 triple play since Aug. 3,
Safeco Field this season, equaling the Mariners single-season club record for consecutive scoreless relief
1955…#Mariners40 outings at home (also: George Sherrill, 4/4 – 7/18/07)…overall at home, Vincent is 1-0 with 6 holds over
22.2 scoreless innings…he has limited opponents to a .165 (13x79) average, while walking 3 and striking
VS. RED SOX out 22…Vincent joins Philadelphia’s Pat Neshek (21.2 ShO IP at home) and Boston’s Blaine Boyer (10.1
The Mariners and Red Sox meet in the ShO IP at home) as the only relievers in the Majors to not allow a run at home this season (min. 10.0 IP).
final (3-2) of 6 games this year…Boston
won 2-of-3 vs. Seattle, May 26-28, at
Fenway Park: AS YOU MAY KNOW…Ben Gamel is batting .321 (98x305) with a .373 on-base percentage and a .462
Year Home Road Totals slugging percentage…BUT DID YOU KNOW?…that the last 3 rookies to post a triple slash of at least
2017 2-0 1-2 3-2 .320/.370/.460 each won Rookie of the Year honors?…the last 3 rookies to meet those criteria were Mike
2016 2-2 1-2 3-4
2015 2-2 1-2 3-4 Trout-LAA in 2012, Chris Coghlan-MIA in 2009 and Albert Pujols-STL in 2001, each of whom claimed
2014 2-1 3-0 5-1 their respective league’s Rookie of the Year honors…Gamel is currently just the 10th rookie to post that
All-Time 100-112 77-125 177-237
slash line since Ted Williams did so in 1939.
2017 MARINERS GAME NOTES • WEDNESDAY • JULY 26, 2017 • VS. BOSTON RED SOX • PAGE 2

TODAY’S MARINERS STARTER
RHP ANDREW MOORE MOORE’s 2017 MAJOR LEAGUE STARTS
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2017 MLB Breakdown: DT OPP SCR W-L IP H R ER BB SO HR left PC-K
W-L ERA G/GS IP H R ER BB SO HR 6/22 DET 9-6 W (1-0) 7.0 6 3 3 0 4 1 9-3 100-69
Overall 1-2 5.70 5/5 30.0 32 19 19 3 13 9 JUNE: 1 GS, 1-0, 3.86 7.0 6 3 3 0 4 1
Home 1-2 4.67 4/4 27.0 26 14 14 3 12 6 7/3 KC 1-3 L (1-1) 8.0 5 3 3 0 4 2 1-3 101-68
Road 0-0 15.00 1/1 3.0 6 5 5 0 1 3 7/8 OAK 3-4 ND 6.0 6 3 3 2 2 2 3-3 90-60
vs. BOS 0-0 --- 0/0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7/16 @CWS 7-6 ND 3.0 6 5 5 0 1 3 1-5 75-49
7/21 NYY 1-5 L (1-2) 6.0 9 5 5 1 2 1 1-5 89-62
2017 MiLB Breakdown: JULY: 4 GS, 0-2, 6.26 23.0 26 16 16 3 9 8
W-L ERA G/GS IP H R ER BB SO HR SEASON: 5 GS, 1-2, 5.70 30.0 32 19 19 3 13 9
Overall 4-3 2.72 14/13 82.2 66 26 25 17 77 9
Home 2-2 2.42 8/8 44.2 34 12 12 12 49 5
MOORE’s 2017 MINOR LEAGUE AAA STARTS
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Road 2-1 3.08 6/5 38.0 32 14 13 5 28 4 DT OPP SCR W-L IP H R ER BB SO HR left PC-K
5/9 NO 11-8 W (1-0) 5.2 5 3 3 1 5 1 7-3 92-59
ABOUT MOORE… 5/14 RR 6-4 ND 6.0 3 2 2 3 5 1 4-2 88-61
• Making his 6th career start today vs. the Red Sox. 5/20 @IOW 7-5 ND 7.0 7 4 4 0 9 1 3-4 101-77
• Graduated from North Eugene High School where he was Ore- 5/25 FRE 2-5 ND 6.0 4 2 2 1 5 1 2-2 91-59
gon High School Pitcher of the Year as a sophomore and Junior 5/30 @SL 4-0 W (2-0) 8.0 4 0 0 1 3 0 4-0 97-63
and the 5A State Player of the Year as a senior...attended Oregon MAY: 5 GS, 2-0, 3.13 31.2 23 11 11 6 27 4
State University (2013-15) and was named first team All-Pac-12 6/4 @FRE 9-5 ND 4.0 3 3 2 2 3 0 7-3 65-43
in 2015. 6/9 LV 9-0 W (3-0) 5.1 5 0 0 0 8 0 8-0 91-66
• Was Seattle’s 2nd round (compensation) selection in the 2015 6/15 @EP 1-5 L (3-1) 6.0 7 4 4 0 6 1 1-4 89-63
June Draft; signed by Mariners scout Jeff Sakamato. JUNE: 3 GS, 1-1, 3.52 15.1 15 7 6 2 17 1
SEASON: 8 GS, 3-1, 3.26 47.0 38 18 17 8 44 5
LAST START...L#2 in Mariners 1-5 loss vs. the Yankees on July
21 at Safeco Field...overall allowed 5 runs on 9 hits while MOORE’s 2017 MINOR LEAGUE AA STARTS
walking 1 and striking out 2 over 6.0 innings...allowed 2 runs scr
DT OPP SCR W-L IP H R ER BB SO HR left PC-K
in the top of the 3rd inning and 3 runs in the 5th inning on a
4/6 CC 1-2 ND 6.0 1 0 0 2 7 0 1-0 93-58
Aaron Judge home run. 4/11 SA 3-6 ND 6.0 2 0 0 1 5 0 2-0 90-54
DON’T WALK…did not walk a batter until the 4th inning of his 4/17 @SA 3-1 W (1-0) 7.0 6 1 1 0 4 1 2-1 83-63
third MLB start…Moore faced 69 batters without allowing a 4/23 SPR 1-8 L (1-1) 5.2 9 3 3 1 8 1 0-3 93-63
walk to start his MLB career, the longest streak in Mariners 4/28 @SPR 7-8 ND 6.0 5 2 2 2 3 1 1-2 83-51
history...was the 2nd-longest to begin a Mariners career, trail- 5/4 TUL 1-3 L (1-2) 4.0 5 2 2 3 6 1 1-2 89-56
ing only Cliff Lee (90 BF in 2010); he’s just ahead of Wade SEASON: 6 G/5 GS, 1-2, 2.08 34.2 28 8 8 9 33 4
Miley (67 BF in 2016).
LAST TIME (MLB)
HE’LL REMEMBER HIS FIRST…won his Major League debut in a 9-6 Mariners LAST START/LOSS: 7/21, 1-5 vs. NYY (6.0,9,5,5,1,2,HR)
victory vs. Detroit on June 22…earned the win after holding the Tigers to 3 runs LAST ND: 7/16, 7-6 at CWS (3.0,6,5,5,0,1,HR-3)
on 6 hits while striking out 4 without walking a batter over 7.0 innings of work… LAST WIN: 6/22, 9-6 vs. DET (7.0,6,3,3,0,4,HR)
retired 11-of-the-first-14 batters he faced…allowed a solo home run in the 3rd LAST CG: None
inning (Ian Kinsler)…gave up 2 runs in the 5th on a RBI-groundout (Jose Iglesias) LAST ShO: None
and an RBI-single (Kinsler)…retired the last 7 batters he faced.
CAREER HIGHS (MLB)
DANDY DEBUT…with a win in his Major League debut, became the 13th Mariners INNINGS: 8.0, 7/3 vs. KC
starting pitcher in club history to earn the win in his ML debut (last: James Paxton, HITS: 9, 7//21 vs. NYY
9/7/13 vs. TB)…became the 16th Mariner in club history to record a quality start RUNS: 5, 2x, last: 7/21 vs. NYY
in his ML debut (last: Mike Montgomery, 6/2/15 vs. NYY). STRIKEOUTS: 4, 2x, last: 7/3 vs. KC
WALKS: 2, 7/8 vs. OAK
MOORE PLEASE...Moore is only the 4th pitcher in Mariners franchise history to HOME RUNS: 3, 7/16 at CWS
toss at lead 7.0 innings and record the win in his Major League debut, joining Matt
Young (April 6, 1983 vs. NYY), Mark Langston (April 7, 1984 vs. MIL) and Blake MOORE vs. RED SOX
Beavan (July 3, 2011 vs. SD)...the last pitcher to toss at least 7.0 inning and record Moore is making his 1st career appearance against Boston...no Red
the win their Major League debut was Edurado Rodriguez-BOS (7.2,3,0,0,2,7) on Sox batter has an MLB plate appearance against him.
May 28, 2015 at TEX.
MAKING MOVES…was optioned to AAA Tacoma on June 23 following his Major
League debut on June 22…made 1 start with Tacoma on June 27…recalled from Tacoma prior to his start on July 3.
ROOKIE ON THE MOUND…made his first career MLB start on June 22 vs. the Tigers…became the 5th rookie to start a game for Seattle this season (also:
Chase De Jong, Sam Gaviglio, Dillon Overton and Rob Whalen)…last year, the Mariners used 3 rookie starters (Ariel Miranda, Adrian Sampson and Joe
Wieland)…Moore is one of 19 rookies used by Seattle this season (also: Altavilla, De Jong, Freeman, Gamel, Gaviglio, Haniger, Heredia, Lawrence, Motter,
Overton, Pagan, Pazos, Povse, Powell, Smith, Vogelbach, Whalen and Zych).
HE THROWS STRIKES…combined between AA and AAA this season, Moore has struck out 88 while walking just 19...in his minor league career, has 50
walks while he’s struck out 257 in 289.2 innings...he debuted with Everett in 2015 and struck out 43 (in 39.0 innings) while walking just 2.
AAA RECAP…was 3-1 with a 3.06 ERA (18 ER, 53.0 IP) with 48 strikeouts and 8 walks in 9 starts with the Rainiers…took a no decision in his last start, an
8-7 loss to Las Vegas on June 27; allowed 1 run on 4 hits while striking out 4 over 5.0 innings pitched…only loss came on June 15 at El Paso when he
allowed 4 ER in 6.0 IP in a 5-1 setback…was promoted from AA Arkansas on May 8.
AA RECAP…Began the year with Arkansas and was 1-2 with a 2.08 ERA (8 ER, 34.2 IP) in 6 games (5 starts)...allowed 2 ER or less in 5 of 6 appearances...
struck out 33 while walking 9.
2016 RECAP…was a combined 12-4, 2.65 (48 ER, 163.0 IP) in 29 starts split between high-A Bakersfield (4/2-5/23) and AA Jackson (5/24-end)...named
Jamie Moyer Minor League Pitcher of the Year by Mariners...led all Seattle minor leaguers in ERA (2.65), 3rd in innings (163.0), T3rd in wins (12) and 5th
in strikeouts (133)...allowed 3 runs or less in 25 of 28 starts.
NORTHWEST NATIVE…Moore is one of 13 Oregon-born player to appear in a game with the Mariners…he joins Harold Reynolds (1155 G), Richie Sexson
(509 G), Brian Hunter (121 G), Jamie Burke (111 G), Larry Anderson (81 G), Rob Dressler (51 G), Cole Gillespie (34 G), Wally Backman (10 G), Eric Gunder-
son (9 G), Jim Wilson (5 G), Wayne Twitchell (4 G) and Sam Gaviglio (11 G).
GO BEAVS…pitched three seasons at Oregon State University from 2013-15…named First-Team All-Pac-12 as a junior in 2015…put together a career
record of 27-9 with one save and a 2.10 ERA (81 ER, 347.2 IP)…led all Division I pitchers with 14 wins in 2013 while ranking third with three shutouts, and
fifth in games started (18) and innings pitched (131.0 IP)...joins Sam Gaviglio as OSU baseball alums in the rotation.

FRIDAY’S PROBABLE STARTING PITCHER: LHP ARIEL MIRANDA (7-4, 4.30 ERA)
28-year-old left-hander is scheduled to make his team-high 21st start of the season on Friday vs. the Mets…ND in last start, a 6-5 win vs. NYY (5.1,5,2,2,1,4);
...W#7 on June 30 at LAA (7.0,2,0,0,2,4)…L#4 6/25 vs. HOU (7.1,5,4,4,1,2,HR-2) with all 4 runs coming in 4th inning...L#3 on June 15 at MIN (4.0,10,6,6,1,2,3HR),
snapping his 5-game win streak...went 5-0 with 3.40 ERA (20 ER, 53.0 IP) over 9 starts, April 28-June 10...W #6, his 5th straight on 6/4 vs. TB (9.0,4,1,1,1,9);
was first career CG…W#1 on 4/17 vs. MIA; tossed 7.0 scoreless innings, the longest scoreless outing of his career (7.0,4,0,0,0,5)…2016 SEASON: Was 5-2
with a 3.88 ERA (25 ER, 58.0) with 44 strikeouts in 12 games including 10 starts with Seattle (11 G) and Baltimore (1 G)…CAREER: A native of Havana, Cuba,
Miranda originally signed with Baltimore as a non-drafted free agent on May 27, 2015...CUBA: Pitched 7 seasons in the Serie Nacional Cuban League, compiling
a career record of 22-25 with a 3.78 ERA (162 ER, 386.0 IP) with 274 strikeouts and 151 walks in 80 career games, including 64 starts…INTERLEAGUE: Is 3-0
with a 5.19 ERA (15 ER, 26.0 IP) in 5 career Interleauge starts, including going 3-0 with a 5.31 ERA (12 ER, 20.1 IP) in 4 IL starts this season...vs. NYM: making
his first career appearance vs. the Mets
2017 MARINERS GAME NOTES • WEDNESDAY • JULY 26, 2017 • VS. BOSTON RED SOX • PAGE 3

TEAM PITCHING
W-L ERA CG/SV IP H R ER BB-I SO HR
Season Totals 51-51 4.43 1/21 914.0 875 485 450 322-21 763 152
Starters 33-35 4.72 1/0 564.1 560 311 296 187-4 437 102
Relievers 18-16 3.96 0/21 349.2 315 174 154 135-17 326 50
Safeco 30-25 3.91 0/8 509.0 450 240 221 180-12 458 78
Road 21-26 5.09 0/12 405.0 425 245 229 142-9 305 74
April 11-15 4.71 0/4 227.1 235 122 119 74-6 193 33
May 14-14 4.58 0/6 251.2 240 139 128 95-6 186 42
June 15-12 4.58 1/5 240.0 237 135 122 89-3 204 50
July 11-10 3.74 0/6 195.0 163 89 81 64-6 180 27

MARINERS STARTING PITCHERS BREAKDOWN
W/L Team
Pitcher Last Start (IP,H,R,ER,BB,K) Result Streak GS IP/GS P/GS SB/CS K/9 BB/9 QS GIDP After Loss Record
34-Hernandez, rhp 7/25 vs. BOS (5.2,4,4,4,2,4,HR) ND L1 12 5.7 90.6 2/0 8.43 2.37 6 8 3-1 6-6
65-Paxton, lhp 7/24 vs. BOS (7.0,4,0,0,0,10) W W5 17 6.0 98.8 4/3 10.39 2.75 10 6 6-3 11-6
44-Gaviglio, rhp 7/18 at HOU (6.0,8,5,5,2,3,HR-2) L L4 11 5.4 84.5 6/3 5.78 3.03 4 10 1-2 6-5
37-Miranda, lhp 7/23 vs. NYY (5.1,5,2,2,1,4) ND W1 20 5.2 90.5 1/2 6.89 3.05 7 8 2-2 12-8
48-Moore, rhp 7/21 vs. NYY (6.0,9,5,5,1,2,HR) L L2 5 6.0 91.0 2/0 3.90 0.90 3 2 0-1 2-3
49-Gallardo, rhp 7/23 vs. NYY (5.0,5,3,3,3,5,HR-3) ND L1 15 5.4 93.4 0/0 6.92 3.90 4 8 3-2 5-10
18-Iwakuma, rhp 5/3 vs. LAA (5.0,6,3,3,1,4,HR) ND L2 6 5.2 78.5 1/2 4.65 3.48 2 5 1-2 3-3
56-Bergman, rhp 6/18 at TEX (5.2,4,2,2,2,1,HR) W W1 8 5.3 83.8 2/1 5.91 2.74 3 8 4-2 4-4
35-De Jong, rhp 5/16 vs. OAK (6.0,7,4,4,3,4,HR) ND L2 4 4.9 83.5 3/1 4.12 3.66 1 1 0-1 1-3
63-Whalen, rhp 5/27 at BOS (5.1,7,5,5,2,0,HR) L L1 1 5.3 89.0 2/0 0.00 3.38 0 0 0-1 0-1
38-Weber, rhp 5/13 at TOR (3.2,3,1,1,0,0) ND ND 1 3.2 55.0 1/0 0.00 0.00 0 0 0-0 0-1
32-Heston, rhp 5/21 vs. CWS (3.0,7,7,6,4,2,HR) L L1 1 3.0 72.0 0/0 6.00 12.00 0 0 0-1 0-1
60-Overton, lhp 5/7 vs. TEX (3.1,4,2,1,1,2) ND L3 1 3.1 71.0 0/1 5.40 2.70 0 0 0-0 1-0
Team No. Hernandez Iwakuma Paxton Miranda Gallardo De Jong Overton Bergman Moore Gaviglio Heston/Weber/
INNINGS (Team Rec.) (Starter’s Rec.) Whalen
0.0-4.2 18 (4-14) 1 (0-1) 1 (0-0) 3 (0-2) 3 (0-2) 2 (0-2) 1 (0-1) 1 (0-0) 2 (0-2) 1 (0-0) 1 (0-1) 2 (0-1)
5.0-5.2 35 (20-15) 3 (1-1) 3 (0-1) 4 (2-0) 9 (3-1) 6 (0-3) 2 (0-1) 0 (0-0) 3 (1-2) 0 (0-0) 5 (3-0) 1 (0-1)
6.0-6.2 28 (11-17) 6 (3-1) 2 (0-1) 3 (2-0) 1 (0-0) 6 (3-2) 1 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 1 (1-0) 2 (0-1) 5 (0-4) 0 (0-0)
7.0-7.2 18 (14-4) 2 (1-1) 0 (0-0) 6 (5-1) 6 (3-1) 1 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 2 (2-0) 1 (1-0) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0)
8.0-9.0 3 (2-1) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 1 (1-0) 1 (1-0) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 1 (0-1) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0)
Total Starts 102 (51-51) 12 (5-4) 6 (0-2) 17 (10-3) 20 (7-4) 15 (3-7) 4 (0-2) 1 (0-0) 8 (4-4) 5 (1-2) 11 (3-5) 3 (0-2)
Runs scored/start: 4.74 (483 R) 5.00 (60 R) 4.83 (29 R) 5.05 (86 R) 5.60 (112 R) 4.67 (70 R) 5.00 (20 R) 4.00 (4 R) 4.63 (37 R) 4.20 (21 R) 4.09 (45 R) 1.00 (3 R)
Record when starting:
51-51 6-6 3-3 11-6 12-8 5-10 1-3 1-0 4-4 2-3 6-5 0-3

MARINERS BULLPEN BRIEFS
PITCHER LAST APP. IP,H,R,ER,BB,K LAST WIN LAST SAVE LAST LOSS SV/OPP 1st BF/RETIRED RI/STRANDED
31-Cishek, rhp 7/25 vs. BOS 1.1,0,0,0,1,1 6/20 vs. DET 6/22 vs. DET 5/16 vs. OAK 1/4 (.250) 22/17 (.773) 13/9 (.692)
39-Díaz, rhp 7/25 vs. BOS 1.0,1,0,0,1,0 6/7 vs. MIN 7/19 at HOU 7/8 vs. OAK 18/22 (.818) 42/29 (.692) 11/7 (.636)
54-Pagan, rhp 7/23 vs. NYY 3.0,2,0,0,1,4 - - - - - - 5/5 vs. TEX 0/1 (.000) 8/5 (.625) 2/1 (.500)
47-Pazos, lhp 7/25 vs. BOS 1.0,0,0,0,1,1 6/20 vs. DET -- 7/23 vs. NYY 0/3 (.000) 40/30 (.750) 16/9 (.563)
46-Phelps, rhp 7/25 vs. BOS 0.2,2,0,0,0,0 4/16 vs. NYM (w/MIA) 9/20/16 vs. WAS 6/30 at MIL (w/MIA) 0/0 (.000) 3/3 (1.000) 0/0 (.000)
25-Rzepczynski, lhp 7/25 vs. BOS 0.1,0,0,0,0,0 5/7 vs. TEX 9/20/14 at MIN (w/CLE) 9/1/15 vs. TEX (w/SD) 0/0 (---) 36/25 (.694) 29/25 (.862)
50-Vincent, rhp 7/25 vs. BOS 1.0,0,0,0,0,0 7/16 at CWS 9/26/16 at HOU 5/13 at TOR 0/1 (.000) 45/33 (.733) 15/11 (.733)
55-Zych, rhp 7/25 vs. BOS 2.0,2,1,1,1,3 (W) 7/25 vs. BOS 5/15 vs. OAK 6/10 vs. TOR 1/2 (.500) 36/23 (.639) 26/19 (.731)
*Relief appearances only Team Totals 21/39 (.538) 315/223 (.708) 146/100 (.685)
#31 - STEVE CISHEK, RHP 2017: 22 G, 1-1, 3.32 ERA, 1-4 SV, 6 HLD #46 - DAVID PHELPS, RHP 2017: 3 G, 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 0-0 SV, 1 HLD
Career-High IP: 3.0 (5/4/12 at SD w/MIA) 2017-High IP: 1.2 (5/31 vs. COL) Career-High IP: 8.0 (6/11/15 vs. COL) 2017-High IP: 2.0 (4/21 at SD)
• Mr. Clean - 17 of his 22 appearances have been scoreless. • w/Seattle - 3 scoreless apps, combined 3.0 IP, 2 H, 4 K.
• Lately - 4 ER in last 18.1 IP (1.96 ERA) w/2 HR, 6 BB (1 IBB), 15 K over 20 G. • M’s Debut - Struck out 2 in 1.1 scoreless IP, 7/22 vs. NYY.
• SV #1 - Tossed 1-2-3 9th (2 K) vs. DET 6/22 for SV #1. • Trade - Acquired from Miami in exchange for 4 minor leaguers on July 20.
• Winner - W#1 on 6/20 vs. DET, tossing a scoreless 10th inning (1.0,1,0,0,0,1). • NL Totals - Was 2-4 with 3.45 ERA (18 ER, 47.0 IP) in 44 games with Miami.
• Ouch - BS and loss on 5/16 vs. OAK, gave up go-ahead 2-run HR. • Strong Lately - Over last 38 games (since April 23), has a 2.06 ERA (9 ER,
• 2017 Debut - Retired only BF (Khris Davis) in his ‘17 debut, 5/15 vs. OAK. 39.1 IP) and a .185 batting average against (25x135) with 43 strikeouts.
• DL Stint & Rehab - Activated from 10-day DL on 5/15…7 total rehab games (2 • Streaking - Had a career-long streak of 20.0 innings pitched without allowing
GS) w/AA Arkansas (4 G, 1 GS) & AAA Tacoma (3 G, 1 GS)…went 1-0, 3.00 (2 ER, an earned run from April 21-June 7.
6.0 IP) with 7 K & 4 BB during his rehab assignment…placed on DL on March 31 • Hold It - 4th in the Majors with 19 holds this season and 14th in Majors with
(recovering from surgery to repair left hip labrum tear on Oct. 12, 2016). 49.1 innings pitched as a reliever.
#39 - EDWIN DÍAZ, RHP 2017: 42 G, 2-4, 3.16 ERA, 18-22 SV, 1 HLD • 2016 - Career-bests in wins (7), saves (4), strikeouts (114), ERA (2.28),
opponents average (.197) and holds (25)…overall, was 7-6 with 4 saves and
Career-High IP: 2.2 (6/14/16 at TB) 2017-High IP: 2.0 (4/5 at HOU)
2.28 ERA in 64 games (86.2 IP)…11.8 strikeouts per 9.0 innings pitched.
• The Closer - Has saved 36 games in 43 chances in career (18 of 22 in ‘17).
• Recently - 1-2, 11-for-13 in save opps with a 1.98 ERA (6 ER, 27.1 IP) w/10 #25 - MARC RZEPCZYNSKI, LHP 2017: 36 G, 1-0, 3.50 ERA, 0-0 SV, 10 HLD
BB and 39 K in last 26G since 5/19; allowed 2R & 4 BB in 0.1 IP, 5/15 vs. OAK. Career-Hi IP: 7.0-2x (10/3/10 at MIN w/TOR) 2017-High IP: 1.1 (4/16 vs. TEX)
• 4-for-4 - Recorded saves in 4 consecutive G, 7/14-17…is the first Mariner in • Good Start - Did not allow a run in 1st 16 G (10.1 IP / 3 H) through 5/15.
club history to do so…last pitcher w/4 SV in 4 straight G: Jeremy Jeffress- • Stranded - Has stranded 25-of-29 (86.2%) runners he’s inherited this season.
MIL, 7/28-31/16…Díaz has allowed 1 hit & 1 walk with 9 strikeouts in last 4 G. • LOOGY - 26 of his 36 outings have been less than 1.0 IP, including 19 of 1 BF.
• L #3 - Allowed GA run in T9 7/8 vs. OAK on 2-out, 2-strike, hit in 3-4 loss. • Tough One - Allowed 3 ER in 0.1 IP 6/13 at MIN in mop-up duty in 20-7 blowout.
• SV #13 - Ret. all 4 BF, stranding 2 runners, 7/2 at LAA; 3rd SV in ‘17 of 1.1 IP. • Winner - W #1 5/7 vs. TEX; K’d only BF (Gallo) w/GA run on second.
• W #2 - Tossed ShO 9th, 6/7 vs. MIN…earned win after Zunino walk-off HR. • Durable - Since 2011, has 427 relief outings, 3rd among LH pitchers…70+
• Winner Winner - First career win 4/16 vs. TEX (1.0,1,1,1,0,0,HR). games in 5 of last 6 seasons (2011-16), including last 3…joins Joe Smith
• SV #1 - SV #1 4/6 at HOU...4-2 win was 1st SEA win of season. & Mark Melancon as only pitchers to appear in 70+ in 5 of last 6 seasons.
#47 - JAMES PAZOS, LHP 2017: 40 G, 2-3, 3.99 ERA, 0-3 SV, 7 HLD
#50 - NICK VINCENT, RHP 2017: 45 G, 3-1, 1.91 ERA, 0-0 SV, 15 HLD
Career-High/2017-High IP: 2.1 (4/28 at CLE)
Career-High IP: 3.0 (5/31/13 vs. TOR w/SD) 2017-High IP: 2.0 (4/5 at HOU)
• Clean Sheet - Has not allowed a run in 29 of 40 outings this season.
• Scoreless - Has not allowed a run in 40-of-45 appearances this season.
• Rough Stretch - Since 6/25, is 0-2, 12.86 (13 R, 10 ER, 7.0 IP) in 10 games.
• Home Field Advantage - Is 1-0, 0.00 ERA (0 ER, 22.2 IP) in 24 G at Safeco
• Houdini - Pitched around 1st/2nd, 0-out jam in 11th 7/25 vs. BOS (0 R).
Field this season with 22 strikeouts / 3 walks.
• L#3 - Suffered blown SV & L #3 7/23 vs. NYY (0.1,2,3,3,2,0).
• Lately - Is 2-0, 1.09 w/15 holds in last 29 games: 24.2 IP, 3 ER since May 14.
• Good Run - Had 1.33 ERA (3 ER, 20.1 IP) May 5-June 19 with 27 strikeouts.
• W#3 - Recorded the win in M’s 7-6 10.0-IP victory, 7/16 at CWS (1.0,0,0,0,1).
• W #2 - 1.1 ShO IP 6/19 vs. DET, incl. K’ing 1st 2 BF to strand 3 inherited runners.
• 3 Straight - Worked 1.0 IP in 3 consec. games July 7-9: 3.0 IP, 1 H, 1BB, 3 K.
• Winner - W #1 5/6 vs. TEX, tossing ShO T7th (Mariners scored 7 runs in B7).
• W #2 - Tossed 1-2-3 9th 5/18 vs. CWS and was rewarded in walk off win.
• Big Game - Hold #1 w/season-high 2.1 IP 4/28 at CLE...0 R, 4 K, 2 H in 3-1 win.
• W #1 - Winner 5/9 at PHI, escaping B8 bases loaded jam in 9-9 tie.
#54 - EMILIO PAGAN, RHP 2017: 8 G, 0-1, 2.57 ERA, 0-1 SV, 0 HLD
• Stranded - Stranded 3 inherited runners in 8th and ShO 9th 4/21 at OAK.
Career-High/2017-High IP: 4.0 (2x-last: 6/11 vs. TOR) #55 - TONY ZYCH, RHP 2017: 36 G, 5-2, 2.14 ERA, 1-2 SV, 7 HLD
• 4th Stint - Recalled from AAA 7/7; in 4th ML stint this year (5/2-6, 5/22-24, 6/ 10-11). Career-High IP: 3.0 (10/3/15 vs. OAK) 2017-High IP: 2.1 (7/5 vs. KC)
• Since Recall - is 0-0, 0.87 in 4 G (10.1 IP, 7 H, 1 ER, 9 K) since recall July 7. • No Runs for You - Has held opponents scoreless in 29-of-36 appearances.
• Workin’ - Allowed 1 R in last 18.1 IP (0.49 ERA / 6 G) dating back to 5/23. • 1-derful - Has not allowed more than 1 R in any game (8 R total).
• Scoreless - 0 R in 8.1 IP over 3 G (5/23-7/17), allowing only 2 H, 3 BB, 10 K. • Streak - Had 9G scoreless streak (7/1-23): 8.1 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 4 BB, 9 K.
• Streak - Retired 19 straight, spanning 4.0 IP 5/23 at WAS & 1st 7 BF 6/11 vs. TOR. • Good Run - Allowed 1 R in 11 G (10.0 IP) May 25-June 22.
• Pitching In - Struck out career-high in 5 in 4.0 ShO IP on 6/11 vs. TOR. • W#4 - Earned the win 7/22 vs. NYY, tossing 1-2-3 10th IP (2 K).
• What a Relief - Blanked Washington on 1 hit with 4 strikeouts over 4.0 IP on 5/23. • W #3 - 5 BF in 1.2 IP, stranding 2 inherited runners, in comeback 7-5 win 6/21 vs. DET.
• Tough L - L #1 5/5 vs. TEX, allowing 1 H, a 2R HR in 13th (2.1 IP, 1 H, 2 ER, 2 K). • L#1 - Recorded the loss on 5/19 vs. CWS, allowing run in T10 (1.0,1,1,1,0,0,HB).
• MLB Debut - MLB debut on 5/3 vs. LAA (0.1,3,3,3,0,0). • SV #1 - Earned 1st ML save, 5/15 vs. OAK, stranding 2-of-3 inherited runners.
• AAA Recap - 2-1, 2.56 ERA (9 ER, 31.2 IP) with 36 K’s in 23 games at AAA. • He’s Back - Activated from 10-day DL April 14 (placed on DL March 30).
• WBC Recap - Made 2 scoreless relief appearances with Team Puerto Rico in • Rehab - Appeared in 2 games w/AAA Tacoma, tossing 1.1 IP.
the 2017 WBC (1.0 ShO IP on 3/18 vs. Venezuela & 1.0 ShO IP on 3/22 vs. USA). • Under the Knife - Underwent right shoulder biceps tendon transfer
• Acquired - Sea’s 2013 10th round draft pick out of Belmont Abbey College (NC). surgery 10/11/16...surgery did not involve the rotator cuff or capsule in the
shoulder...was performed by Dr. Stephen O’Brien in New York, NY.
2017 MARINERS GAME NOTES • WEDNESDAY • JULY 26, 2017 • VS. BOSTON RED SOX • PAGE 4

SEATTLE HITTERS vs. BOSTON RED SOX
2017 CAREER HR @
AVG AB H HR RBI AVG AB H HR RBI SEA
R. Canó .174 23 4 1 2 .301 732 220 25 116 49
N. Cruz .095 21 2 0 1 .300 297 89 19 55 53
J. Dyson .571 7 4 0 0 .212 52 11 0 2 3
D. Espinosa .000 7 0 0 1 .261 23 6 1 6 0
B. Gamel .250 16 4 0 0 .250 16 4 0 0 3
M. Haniger .000 9 0 0 0 .000 9 0 0 0 3
G. Heredia .421 19 8 2 5 .323 31 10 2 6 5
C. Ruiz .750 4 3 0 0 .203 69 14 0 5 1
K. Seager .263 19 5 1 1 .311 164 51 8 21 55
J. Segura .350 20 7 0 2 .333 42 14 0 2 4
D. Valencia .238 21 5 0 1 .288 153 44 6 21 8
M. Zunino .083 12 1 1 1 .222 72 16 6 10 37

#22 - ROBINSON CANÓ, 2B vs. Sale: .231 (6x26), 3 2B, BB, 10 K, GIDP #5 - GUILLERMO HEREDIA, OF vs. Sale: .000 (0x4), K
Last Game: 2x6, 2B, K yest. Current Streak: 1 G (2x6) Last Game: 3x6, 2 R, HR, 3 RBI yest. Current Streak: 3 G (5x12)
Homestand: 9x26, 3 R, 3 2B, HR, 2RBI, 2BB, 3K Last HR: 7/22 vs. NYY (#19) Homestand: 5x15, 4 R, 2B, HR, 6 RBI, HBP, 2 K Last HR: 7/25 vs. BOS (#6)
Season-Hi: streak: 8 (6/8-15)…hits: 4 (5/10 at PHI)…RBI: 6 (6/22 vs. DET) Season-Highs: streak: 5 (5/24-28)…hits: 3-5x (last: 7/25 vs. BOS)…RBI: 3 (7/25 vs. BOS)
• ASG MVP - Named to AL All-Star Team (8th time / 3 w/SEA) & won MVP • Swing It - Hit 3R HR and scored GW run in 13th inning on July 25 vs. BOS.
Award w/10th inning HR; 3rd Mariner to earn MVP honors in Midsummer • Part-Time - Since 6/17, .286 (16x56) w/11 R, 3 2B, 2 HR & 9 RBI in 24 G.
Classic, joining Ken Griffey Jr. (1992 at SD) and Ichiro Suzuki (2007 at SF). • Swinging It - From 4/14-5/18, hit .314 (32x102) with 13 R, 3 2B, 2 HR, 7 RBI, 3
• Ribbies - T7th in AL w/66 RBI…has 66 RBI in his last 85 G (4/9-c)…tied HBP, 8 BB, a .381 OBP and a .402 Slug in 27 games.
career-high w/6 RBI 6/22 vs. DET (4x, last: 6, 4/26/16 vs. HOU). • That’s a Winner - Delivered a pinch-hit, walk-off single in the 9th inning May 18
• Double Up - his 496 career 2B are 68th behind Sam Rice (497) for 67th. vs. Chicago–AL…marked his first career walk-off hit…became the 16th different
• Streak - 8G hitting streak (6/8-15): .333/12x36 w/2 R, 2B, 2 RBI…a season-high. Mariner (done 17x) to record a pinch-hit, walk-off base hit.
• Mini-Streak - career-best 5-G hit streak, 5/24-28 (.368/7x19, R, HR & 1 RBI.
#23 - NELSON CRUZ, OF/DH vs. Sale: .348 (8x23), 2 HR, 4 RBI, 2 BB, 6 K
Last Game: 0x6, 5 K yest. Current Streak: 0 G (0x9) #52 - CARLOS RUIZ, C vs. Sale: never faced
Homestand: 5x25, 2 R, RBI, 3 BB, 9 K Last HR: 7/17 at HOU (#20) Last Game: 0x3, K, 7/23 vs. NYY Current Streak: 0 G (0x3)
Season-Highs: streak: 15 (4/19-5/6)…hits: 3-5x (7/7 vs. OAK)…RBI: 5-2x (last: 7/7 vs. OAK) Homestand: 0x3, K Last HR: 6/7 vs. MIN (#1)
• Heating Up - Has homered in 3-of-his last-11, 4 of last 13 and 6 of last 17. Season-Hi: streak: 4 (5/28-6/10)…hits: 3-2x (7/9 vs. OAK)…RBI: 4 (5/10 at PHI)
• Leader - 1st in AL/T3rd in MLB in RBI (75)…thru 4/21, he ranked T37th in • Double Time - 7-of-his-19 hits this season have been XBH (6 2B, HR).
the AL with 8 RBI…since then, he has tallied 67 RBI in his last 79 G (4/22-c). • Coming on - Batting .281 (16x57) w/9 R, 5 2B, HR, 8 RBI in 22 G since 5/10.
• Walk off - Walkoff RBI 1B in 10th inning to beat NYY July 22. • Baby Streak - Hit in 4 straight games, 5/28-6/10: 6x11, 2R, 2 2B, HR, RBI.
• The Extra Mile - Since 2009, leads MLB w/9 go-ahead HR in extra innings…hit • HR - HR #1 6/7 vs. MIN (last: 4/27/16 at WAS w/PHI)... 220 AB between HR.
a go-ahead solo home run in the 10th inning of Seattle’s 7-6 win, 7/16 at CWS. • Good Game - Collected season-high 3 hits, 5/28 at BOS (3x4, R, 2B).
• All-Star - Named to his 5th career All-Star Game appearance, his 4th in the • Return to Philly - 1x4, R, 2B, 4 RBI, SF on 5/10 at PHI…bases-loaded 2B in 7th.
last 5 years (also: 2009 and 2013-15)…went 0-for-2.
#15 - KYLE SEAGER, 3B vs. Sale: .077 (1x13), 4 K
• Mr. 300 - Belted his 300th career HR in the 8th, 7/7 vs. OAK…is the 10th ac-
Last Game: 1x4, R, 2 BB, 2 K yest. Current Streak: 3 G (4x13)
tive player w/300 HR…7th player to hit his 300th HR w/SEA (also: W. Horton,
K. Griffey Jr., J. Buhner, E. Martinez, R. Sexson, R. Ibanez). ‘stand: 6x20, 3 R, 3 2B, HR, 2 RBI, 3 BB, 8 K, 3 HBP Last HR: 7/24 vs. BOS (#14)
• Guy Can Hit - Hitting .294 (94x320) w/47 R, 16 2B, 20 HR, 73 RBI in 90 G (86 Season-Hi: streak: 6-4x (last: 6/4-10)…hits: 4 (6/30 at LAA)…RBI: 4-3x (6/6 vs. MIN)
GS) since April 10…was 2x25 (.080) in 1st 7G this year (thru 4/9). • Since the Break - Batting .304 (14x46) w/8 R, 5 2B, 4 HR & 6 RBI last 12 G (7/14-c).
• Keeping it 100 - Hit his 100th career HR w/SEA 6/3 vs. TB in his 362nd career • An Even 200 - Hit 200th 2B, 7/18 at HOU & 201st 2B 7/20 vs. NYY, passing H.
game with Seattle…T5th-fastest to 100 in Major League with a single team. Reynolds for 8th-most 2B in club history…203 2B, next up: Dan Wilson (207 2B).
• Streaker - hit safely in 15 consecutive games, April 19–May 6, batting .439 • Big Blast - GA HR in 10th 7/17 at HOU (off Sipp) to snap 7-7 tie.
(25x57) w/11 R, 5 2B, 5 HR, 20 RBI, 10 BB, a .507 OBP & a .789 SLG in 15 G. • That’s 3 - HRs in 3 straight games, 7/15-17, for 2nd time in career (also: 8/28-30/15).
• Snap! - Broke an 0-for-14 streak with a 2nd inning single on 7/6 vs. OAK.
#1 - JARROD DYSON, OF vs. Sale: .200 (1x5), BB, K, sac • Game Winner - recorded his 2nd career walk-off hit with RBI 2B on 6/20 vs.
Last Game: 0x2, K, 7/22 vs. NYY Current Streak: 0 G (0x14) DET in 10th inning (also: April 23, 2014 vs. Houston).
Homestand: 0x8, 2 K Last HR: 7/8 vs. OAK (#5) • Big Day - had 3 RBI doubles in 7-3 win 6/18 at TEX (3x5, 2 R, 3 2B, 3 RBI).
Season-Highs: streak: 6 (6/8-14)…hits: 3 (6/19 vs. DET)…RBI: 2-5x (6/4 vs. TB) • Four Score - has three 4-RBI games this season (last: 6/6 vs. MIN).
• Ouch - left game after wall collision 7/22 w/hyper extended toe. • Winner - Belted game-winning solo HR in 8th, 5/7 vs. TEX (2x3, 2 R, HR, RBI, BB).
• Skid - Is 1-for-his-last-28 (.036) with 1 R, 1 RBI, 1 BB, 7 K & 2 SB in 9 G (7/14-c).
#2 - JEAN SEGURA, SS vs. Sale: .250 (1x4), 3B, 2 K
• Solid - .264 (39x148) w/25 R, 13XBH, 12RBI, 11BB, 9SB over last 48 G (5/24-c).
• Streaking - .409/9x22 w/6 R, 2B, 3B, HR, 2 RBI & 2 SB over 6G hit streak (6/8-14). Last Game: 1x5, RBI, 2 BB yest. Current Streak: 2 G (2x7)
• Go Long - HR #5 7/8 vs. OAK, upping career-high (prev: 2, 2013 & 2015 w/KC). Homestand: 3x26, 2B, 2 RBI, 3 BB, 6 K Last HR: 7/5 vs. KC (#6)
• Speed Racer – 5th in MLB/2nd in the AL in stolen bases with 22. Season-Hi: streak: 17 (4/30-18)…hits: 4-4x (7/6 vs. OAK)…RBI: 4 (5/3 vs. LAA)
• Hit Me – Ranks T7th in MLB/T2nd in the AL with 10 HBP. • Winner - 1st career walk-off hit on July 25 vs. BOS in 13th inning.
• Ouch - recorded 3 HBP on 5/16 vs. OAK...1st time in Mariners franchise • Leader - Ranks 2nd in the AL/5th in ML with a .329 (100x306) average.
history to record 3 HBP in a game...matched MLB record. • Play the Hits - His 31 multi-hit games are T12th-most in the AL, despite
• Winner - game-winning RBI with 1B in 9th on 4/6 at HOU in 4-2 win. missing 30 games due to injury.
• 4-hit Wonder - Has 4 games w/4+ H, T2nd-most in MLB…his 4 G w/4+ H equal
#6 - DANNY ESPINOSA, INF vs. Sale: .000 (0x1)
his single-season career-high (also: ‘16 w/ARI…12th career 4-hit G, 7/6 vs. OAK.
Last Game: 0x1 as PR-1B yest. Current Streak: 0 G (0x9) • He’s Back - Activated from the 10-day disabled list on June 21...hitting
Homestand: 0x1 Last HR: 6/14 vs. NYY (#6) .306/38x124, 16 R, 9 2B, 2 HR, 12 RBI, 5 BB in 29 G since activation from DL.
Season-Highs: streak: 6 (6/14-21)…hits: 3-2x (6/8 at DET)…RBI: 3-3x (6/8 at DET) • Streaker - hit safely in 17 consecutive games, 4/30-5/18 (.387/29x75, 16 R,
• Welcome to Seattle - Signed by Seattle as a ML Free Agent on July 24... 6 2B, 2 HR, 11 RBI, HBP, 7 BB & 2 SB).
DFA’d by LAA on July 16...cleared waivers and became FA on July 22. • Multi-Hit Madness - recorded 2+ hits in a career-high 6 consecutive games,
• LAA Recap- Hit .162 (37x228) w/27 R, 8 2B, 6 HR, 29 RBI, 19 BB & 3 SB May 3 – 9 (previous: 5 G, 4/4-8/16 w/ARI).
in 77 G. • Welcome Back - 3x6 w/2R, HR, 3 RBI in 1st game back off DL 4/25 at DET.
• Career - Played in parts of 8 ML seasons with the Nationals (2010-16) & An- • DL - 10-day DL w/strained rt hamstring 4/11-4/24 & 6/2-21 w/high ankle sprain.
gels (2017)...the native of Santa Ana, CA., was originally selected by Wash-
#26 - DANNY VALENCIA, INF/OF vs. Sale: .176 (3x17), 2 RBI, 5 K, HBP
ington in the 3rd round of the 2008 MLB Draft out of Long Beach State Univ.
Last Game: 1x5, 3 K yest. Current Streak: 4 G (4x17)
#16 - BEN GAMEL, OF vs. Sale: never faced Homestand: 6x25, R, 2B, 2 RBI, 11 K Last HR: 7/17 at HOU (#11)
Last Game: 1x5, 2 R, BB, K yest. Current Streak: 12 G (16x51) Season-Hi: streak: 7 (5/19-29)…hits: 4-4x (last: 6/23 vs. HOU)…RBI: 5 (6/2 vs. TB)
Homestand: 9x26, 7 R, 3 2B, 3B, HR, 3RBI,BB,7K Last HR: 7/22 vs. NYY (#6) • Back-to-Back - HR’ed in back-to-back games July 16 (at CWS) & 17 (at HOU).
Season-Highs: streak: 15 (6/9-23)…hits: 4-2x (last: 6/30 at LAA)…RBI: 4 (5/9 at PHI) • Clutch - 3-R HR capped a 4-run 5th inning, tied scored, 5-5, 7/16 at CWS.
• Among the Leaders - Ranks 3rd in the AL with a .321 (98x305) average. • In Bunches - Has four 4+ hit games this season, T2nd for most in Majors.
• Lately - Has hit safely in 43-of-last-51 G (5/28-c), batting .340 (70x206) w/37 • Real Deal - 83x281/.295 w/41 R, 25 XBH, 46 RBI, 23 BB since 4/25 (75 games).
R, 13 2B, 2 3B, 4 HR, 21 RBI, HBP, 11 BB and 3 SB. • Club Record - Had 9 hits in 9 at-bats June 2-4 to tie club record (R. Ibanez, 2004).
• Rookie Leader - Among MLB rookies, ranks 1st in average (.321), 2nd in • RBI - Tied career-high w/5 RBI 6/2 vs. TB (3x3, 3 R, 2B, HR, 5 RBI, BB)...3x
OBP (.373), 3rd in hits (98) and runs (52), T3rd in doubles (19). in career with 5 RBI (last: 5/15 at TB w/OAK).
• This is 40 - Collected 42 hits in June…2nd Mariners rookie in club history • Streak - Hit .333 (9x27) w/R, 2B, 3B & RBI during season-high 7G hitting streak (5/19-29).
with 40+ hits in a month (also: Ichiro, 47 H, May 2001 & 51 H, Aug. 2001). • Big Day - Equaled a career-high with 4 hits 6/3 vs. TB (3x ‘16, 5/4 vs. LAA,
• June - Hit .393 (42x107) in June…6th Mariner in club history to hit .390 in 5/10 at PHI), 6th time in career)…went 4-for-4 with 3 runs and 1 RBI.
a month (min. 100 AB)…2nd Mariner rookie to hit .390 in a month, joining • Tossed - 1st 2017 ejection June 7 vs. MIN.
Ichiro (May & Aug., 2001). • Winner, Winner - Drove in game-winning run with 7th inning 2B, 5/10 at PHI.
• Streaking - Has 2 10+G hit streaks: 10G - 5/28-6/7 (.410/16x39, 7 R, 2B, 3B, 2 #3 - MIKE ZUNINO, C vs. Sale: .000 (0x7), 2 K
RBI, HBP, 2 BB) and 15G - 6/9-24 (.418/28x67, 17 R, 2 HR, 8 RBI, 4 BB, 2 SB).
Last Game: 1x4, R, HR, RBI, 2 BB, 2 K yest. Current Streak: 1 G (1x4)
• Impact Arrival - Recalled from AAA Tacoma on April 26.
Homestand: 2x17, 2 R, 2 HR, 2 RBI, 4 BB, 7 K Last HR: 7/25 vs. BOS (#15)
#17 - MITCH HANIGER, OF vs. Sale: never faced Season-Hi: streak: 8 (6/11-20)…hits: 3-2x (6/12 at MIN)…RBI: 7 (6/3 vs. TB)
Last Game: 0x5, BB, 2 K yest. Current Streak: 0 G (0x15) • AL Catcher Ranks - Among AL catchers, ranks 2nd in extra-base hits (28),
Homestand: 5x25, RBI, BB, 5 K Last HR: 7/6 vs. OAK (#7) 2nd in home runs (15), 3rd in doubles (13), slugging (.478), T3rd in RBI (41), 4th
Season-Highs: streak: 13 (4/6-19)…hits: 4 (6/12 at MIN)…RBI: 4-2x (4/19 vs. MIA) in OPS (.775), 5th in runs (30), 6th in batting (.228) and T7th in hits (53).
• Ouch - Missed 4 games after leaving game 7/15 w/injured right index finger. • Lately - Is 40x147/.272 w/21 R, 8 2B, 14HR, 39RBI, 13BB in last 44G (5/29-c).
• Extra, Extra - Tallied 2 XBH for 1st time this season, 2nd career, 7/6 vs. OAK. • Junino - Hit .304 (24x79), 14 R, 3 2B, 10 HR, 31 RBI, .371 OBP & .722 SLG in
• Return - .205 (26x127) w/15R, 5 2B, 3 HR, 8 RBI, 12BB in 34G since return from DL, 6/11. 24 G in June…1st Mariner w/10+ HR in month since Nelson Cruz (10, Sept., ‘16).
• DL - On 10-day DL, 4/26-6/10, w/strained right oblique muscle. • Backstop Pop - Tallied 31 RBI in June, most by a Mariners catcher in a
• He’s On First - Reached base safely via in 25 consecutive games to begin the month, previous: D. Wilson (21 RBI, April, 1996)...his 31 RBI in June rank
season, 4/3 – 6/14 (.340/33x97, 26 R, 9 2B, 3B, 5 HR, 20 RBI, 15 BB)…4th-lon- 2nd-most in club history during June (Edgar Martinez, 32 RBI, June 1995).
gest on-base streak to begin a season in club history, trailing only Alvin Davis • Big Bang - 2 multi-HR game in 2017(4th/5th in career): 6/19 vs. DET (2x3, 2
(47, 4/11-6/7/84 and 37, 4/9-5/21/90) & Bret Boone (4/1-30/03). R, 2 HR, 4 RBI, HBP) and 6/7 vs. MIN (2nd HR was walkoff 2R shot).
• Off & Running - his 20 R & 13 BB in April are the most by a M’s rookie in a single • 7th Heaven - Collected 7 RBI, including a 5th-inning grand slam, the first
April in club history…also ranks T1st in 2B (7) & XBH (12), 2nd in H (20), AVG of his career on 6/3 vs. TB...14x in club history w/7+ RBI in a single game.
(.342), OBP (.447), SLUG (.608) & OPS (1.054), T2nd in RBI (16) &T3rd in HR (4).
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SCORE BY INNINGS
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 X Total
Mariners 60 46 70 54 55 52 64 42 33 8 483
Opponent 69 42 67 57 60 55 49 30 44 12 485

MARINER HOME RUNS Player Solo 2R 3R GS Total
RECORD BY HOME RUN… 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Canó 6 7 5 1 19
8-25 15-17 20-5 5-3 3-0 0-0 0-0 Cruz 10 7 3 -- 20
Dyson 5 -- -- -- 5
HOME RUNS BY POSITION… Total C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF DH PH P Freeman 1 -- -- -- 1
118 15 11 20 14 12 7 7 12 20 0 0 Gamel 4 1 1 -- 6
Grand Slams (4): Motter, April 23 at OAK & June 2 vs. TB; Zunino, June 3 vs. TB, Canó, June 22 vs. Haniger 4 2 1 -- 7
DET Heredia 3 2 1 -- 6
Back-to-Back (6): Canó & Cruz, 1st inn., April 17 vs. MIA; Segura & Valencia, 5th inn., April 25 at Martin -- -- -- -- 0
DET; Cruz & Seager, 1st inn., April 29 at CLE; Zunino & Ruiz, 3rd inn., June 7 vs. MIN; Valencia & Motter 2 2 1 2 7
Zunino, 8th inn., June 12 at MIN; Seager & Valencia, 10th inn., July 17 at HOU. Ruiz 1 -- -- -- 1
Inside-the-Park (0): None Seager 11 2 1 -- 14
Pinch-Hit (0): None Segura 1 4 1 -- 6
Leadoff (0): None Valencia 7 1 3 -- 11
Game-Ending (1): Zunino, June 7 vs. MIN Zunino 8 3 3 1 15
Game-Winning in Last AB on Road (1): Seager, July 17 at HOU Team 63 31 20 4 118
Multi (4): Zunino (2x), June 7 vs. MIN & June 20 vs. DET; Canó (2x), June 22 vs. DET & June 30 at LAA Runs via HR: 201

DISABLED LIST
Name TYPE DL Dates Eligible Injury G Missed Team Record
Ryan Weber-rhp 10-Day May 15-current May 25 Right biceps strain 65 34-31
Hisashi Iwakuma-rhp 60-Day May 10 (retro to May 7)-current July 7 Inflammation in right shoulder 69 35-34
Evan Marshall-rhp 60-Day May 6-current July 5 Strained right hamstring 72 38-34
Evan Scribner- rhp 60-Day April 29-current June 28 Flexor bundle strain, right elbow 78 40-38
Shawn O’Malley-inf 60-Day March 30-current May 29 Recovering from surgery to remove appendix 102 51-51
Shae Simmons-rhp 60-Day March 30-current May 29 Right elbow strain 102 51-51
Drew Smyly-lhp 60-Day March 30-current May 29 Left arm flexor strain 102 51-51
Felix Hernandez-rhp 10-Day April 26-June 22 Right shoulder inflammation 54 30-24
Jean Segura-ss 10-Day June 2-June 21 Right high ankle sprain 18 11-7
Mitch Haniger-of 10-Day April 26-June 11 Strained right oblique 42 23-19
James Paxton-lhp 10-Day May 5-May 30 Left forearm strain 24 11-13
Robinson Canó 10-Day May 16 (retro to May 13)-May 23 Right quad strain 6 2-4
Jean Segura-ss 10-Day April 11-April 25 Strained right hamstring 12 6-6
Tony Zych-rhp 10-Day March 30-April 14 Recovering - right shoulder biceps tendon transfer surgery 10 2-8
Rob Whalen-rhp 10-Day March 30-April 27 Right shoulder inflammation 22 9-13
Steve Cishek-rhp 10-Day March 30-May 15 Recovering from left hip labrum tear surgery 38 17-21

STARTS BY POSITION (Team Record) STARTS BY BATTING ORDER (Team Record)
1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF C DH 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Canó -- 48-43 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Canó -- -- 48-43 -- -- -- -- -- --
Cruz -- -- -- -- -- -- 3-1 -- 43-47 Cruz -- -- 3-8 43-40 -- -- -- -- --
Dyson -- -- -- -- 5-7 34-35 -- -- -- Dyson 4-4 -- -- -- -- -- 8-10 17-13 10-15
Freeman 1-1 0-2 -- 1-1 -- -- -- -- -- Freeman -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-2 1-2 --
Gamel -- -- -- -- 17-17 -- 24-18 -- -- Gamel 9-6 21-20 -- -- 0-2 1-1 8-2 2-4 --
Gosewisch -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 4-4 -- Gosewisch -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 2-3 2-1
Haniger -- -- -- -- -- -- 24-31 -- -- Haniger -- 13-19 -- 1-1 1-0 3-7 6-4 -- --
Heredia -- -- -- -- 22-20
11-8 0-1 -- -- Heredia 4-3 8-5 -- -- -- 5-5 9-11 6-3 1-2
Martin -- -- -- -- -- 6-8 -- -- -- Martin -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-5 2-1 3-2
Motter 3-5 3-6 14-12 1-2 4-6 -- -- -- -- Motter -- 1-0 -- 1-0 1-4 11-12 6-3 0-2 5-10
Powell -- -- -- -- 3-1 -- -- -- 1-2 Powell -- 1-0 -- -- -- 1-0 1-0 -- 1-3
Ruiz -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 10-18 1-0 Ruiz -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0 5-12 5-6
Seager -- -- -- 49-48 -- -- -- -- -- Seager -- 0-1 -- 5-8 43-39 1-0 -- -- --
Segura -- -- 34-33 -- -- -- -- -- -- Segura 34-38 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Smith -- -- 3-1 -- -- -- -- -- -- Smith -- 1-0 -- -- -- -- -- -- 2-1
Valencia 46-41 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Valencia -- 6-6 -- 1-2 5-6 29-23 5-5 -- --
Vogelbach 1-3 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0 Vogelbach -- -- -- -- 1-0 0-1 1-2 -- --
Zunino -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 37-29 -- Zunino -- -- -- -- -- 0-2 4-7 16-11 17-9

PITCHER - Hernandez (6-6), Iwakuma (3-3), Paxton (11-6), Miranda (12-8), Gaviglio (6-5), Moore (2-3), Gallardo (5-10), De Jong (1-3), Overton (1-0), Bergman (4-4), Weber (0-1), Heston (0-1), Whalen (0-1)

MARINERS MULTI-HIT GAMES: MARINERS MULTI-RBI GAMES: GAME-WINNING/2-OUT RBI:
Player 2 3 4 5 Total Player 2 3 4 5+ Total Player GWRBI
Seager......................................................................9
Canó 20 6 1 -- 27 Canó 7 5 -- 3 15
Cruz..........................................................................8
Cruz 23 5 -- -- 28 Cruz 16 3 1 2 22
Canó.........................................................................6
Dyson 16 1 -- -- 17 Dyson 5 -- -- -- 5
Haniger / Segura / Valencia / Zunino........................4
Freeman 1 -- -- -- 1 Freeman -- -- -- -- 0
Gamel / Heredia.......................................................3
Gamel 22 6 2 -- 30 Gamel 7 -- 1 -- 8 Dyson ......................................................................2
Gosewisch -- -- -- -- 0 Gosewisch -- -- -- -- 0 Motter.......................................................................1
Haniger 11 2 1 -- 14 Haniger 3 -- 2 -- 5
Heredia 14 5 -- -- 19 Heredia 4 1 -- -- 5 Player 2-Out RBI
Martin -- -- -- -- 0 Martin -- -- -- -- 0 Zunino....................................................................26
Motter 10 1 -- -- 11 Motter 2 1 2 -- 5 Cruz........................................................................23
Powell 1 -- -- -- 1 Powell -- -- -- -- 0 Canó.......................................................................17
Ruiz 1 2 -- -- 3 Ruiz -- -- 1 -- 1 Segura ...................................................................16
Seager 20 3 1 -- 24 Seager 6 1 3 -- 10 Valencia..................................................................15
Gamel.....................................................................13
Segura 19 8 4 -- 31 Segura 5 2 1 -- 8
Seager / Motter......................................................12
Smith 1 -- -- -- 1 Smith -- -- -- -- 0 Heredia ..................................................................10
Valencia 14 4 4 -- 22 Valencia 7 5 -- 1 13 Haniger.....................................................................6
Zunino 11 2 -- -- 13 Zunino 2 5 1 1 9 Dyson.......................................................................3
Team 184 45 13 0 242 Team 64 23 12 7 106 Ruiz...........................................................................2

2017 MARINERS RECENT TRANSACTIONS
June 28 Pat Light, RHP, outrighted to AAA Tacoma. July 20 Max Povse, RHP, recalled from AAA Tacoma.
July 2 Boog Powell, OF, recalled from AAA Tacoma. Sam Gaviglio, RHP, optioned to AAA Tacoma.
Max Povse, RHP, optioned to AAA Tacoma. David Phelps, RHP, acquired from Miami in exchange for MiLBs Brayan Her-
July 3 Andrew Moore, RHP, recalled from AAA Tacoma. nandez (of), Pablo Lopez (rhp), Brandon Miller (rhp), Lukas Schiraldi (rhp).
Dan Altavilla, RHP, optioned to AAA Tacoma. Max Povse, RHP, optioned to AAA Tacoma (post-game).
July 7 Emilio Pagan, RHP, recalled from AAA Tacoma. July 21 David Phelps, RHP, reports to club.
Sam Gaviglio, RHP, optioned to AAA Tacoma. Marco Gonzales, LHP, acquired from St. Louis in exchange for MiLB
July 9 Mike Hampton, bullpen coach, resigns (post-game). OF Tyler O’Neill.
July 14 Nasusel Cabrera named interim bullpen coach. July 23 Taylor Motter, INF, optioned to AAA Tacoma (post-game).
July 17 Boog Powell, OF, optioned to AAA Tacoma (post-game). July 24 Danny Espinosa, INF, signed as free agent, reports to team.
July 18 Sam Gaviglio, RHP, recalled from AAA Tacoma. Hisashi Iwakuma, RHP, transferred to 60-day DL.
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2017 MARINERS HIGHS & LOWS
MARINERS UPDATE
Overall Record.........................................51-51 CLUB
Series Records.................................... 15-15-3 LONGEST WINNING STREAK..................................................................................................6, June 18-23
First Game of Series................................19-14 LONGEST LOSING STREAK.............................................................................................. 5, May 19-May 24
Second Game of Series..........................12-21 MOST RUNS, GAME:
Third Game of Series..............................16-12 Mariners..............................................................................................................................14, June 12 at MIN
Fourth Game of Series................................4-4 Opponent............................................................................................................................20, June 13 at MIN
Leading After 6..........................................37-5 MOST RUNS, INNING:
Trailing After 6............................................9-40 Mariners.......................................................................................................... 7, 2x, last: June 6 vs. MIN (4th)
Tied After 6...................................................5-6 Opponent...................................................................................................................... 9, April 25 at DET (5th)
Leading After 7..........................................41-3 MOST HITS, 9-INNING GAME:
Trailing After 7............................................2-40 Mariners................................................................................................................ 19, 2x, last: June 12 at MIN
Tied After 7...................................................8-8 Opponent..........................................................................................................................28, June 13 at MIN#
Leading After 8..........................................41-3 FEWEST HITS, 9-INNING GAME:
Trailing After 8............................................1-42 Mariners................................................................................................................1, 2x, last: May 19 vs. CWS
Tied After 8...................................................9-6 Opponent................................................................................................................. 2, 3x, last: July 9 vs. OAK
Score First................................................34-22 MOST HITS, INNING:
Opponent Score First..............................17-29 Mariners........................................................................................................................ 6, June 6 vs. MIN (4th)
Comeback Wins / Blown Losses.........22 / 27 Opponent..................................................................................................................... 9, May 24 at WAS (4th)
MOST DOUBLES, GAME:
Last at-bat W/L (walk-off)................ 11-6 (6-3)
Mariners................................................................................................................................6, June 13 at MIN
Hit a home run.........................................43-25
Opponent............................................................................................................... 4, 5x, last: July 23 vs. NYY
No home runs............................................8-26
MOST TRIPLES, GAME:
Scoring 4 or more runs...........................48-16
Mariners............................................................................................................... 1, 10x, last: July 24 vs. BOS
Scoring less than 4 runs...........................3-35
Opponent............................................................................................................... 1, 5x, last: July 22 vs. NYY
Shutouts Thrown / Times Shutout...........9 / 7 MOST HOME RUNS, GAME:
Score in 3 or more innings......................38-14 Mariners.................................................................................................................. 4, 3x, last: July 17 at HOU
Out-hit opponent.....................................40-11 Opponent..............................................................................................................................5, June 13 at MIN
Out-hit by opponent................................10-37 MOST STOLEN BASES, GAME:
Hits even.......................................................1-3 Mariners.................................................................................................................. 3, 2x, last: April 26 at DET
Lineups Used................................................ 74 Opponent..............................................................................................................................4, May 13 at TOR
Players Used (Pitchers)......................... 48 (32) MOST ERRORS, GAME:
Safeco Field Roof Open..........................24-15 Mariners............................................................................................................................... 3, July 15 at CWS
Safeco Field Roof Closed...........................4-6 Opponent............................................................................................................................. 3, July 16 at CWS
Safeco Field Roof Moved............................3-3 MOST DOUBLE PLAYS TURNED, GAME:
Sunday Cream Jersey.................................4-4 Mariners................................................................................................................................4, May 28 at BOS
Northwest Green Jersey.............................5-3 Opponent................................................................................................................ 4, 3x, last: May 30 at COL
Astro Navy Jersey........................................6-6 MOST STRIKEOUTS, 9-INNING GAME:
2016 after 102 games..............................52-50 Mariners hitters.....................................................................................................13, 2x, last: May 25 at WAS
2016 after 103 games..............................52-51 Opponent hitters................................................................................................................ 15, July 14 at CWS
2016 after 104 games..............................52-52 MOST WALKS, 9-INNING GAME:
Best ever after 102 games...........73-29 (2001) Mariners hitters..................................................................................................................10, April 19 vs. MIA
Best ever after 103 games...........74-29 (2001) Opponent hitters....................................................................................................7, 4x, last: May 16 vs. OAK
Best ever after 104 games...........75-29 (2001) MOST LEFT ON BASE, 9-INNING GAME:
April...........................................................11-15 Mariners................................................................................................................ 13, 2x, last: May 10 vs. PHI
May...........................................................14-14 Opponent............................................................................................................................ 12, April 25 at DET
June..........................................................15-12 LARGEST DEFICIT OVERCOME IN WIN........................... 5, 2x, last: (down 5-0, won 7-6) July 16 at CWS
July............................................................11-10 LARGEST LEAD GIVEN UP IN LOSS.....................................................7, (led 8-1, lost 10-9) April 9 at LAA
August..........................................................0-0 LARGEST WINNING MARGIN........................................................................ 11, won 14-3, June 12 at MIN
September....................................................0-0 LARGEST LOSING MARGIN.......................................................................... 15, lost 16-1, May 20 vs. CWS
Monday.........................................................9-2 LONGEST GAME, INNINGS, HOME.................................................................................. 13, May 5 vs. TEX
Tuesday......................................................5-11 LONGEST GAME, INNINGS, ROAD.......................................................................... 13, last: April 5 at HOU
Wednesday.................................................10-5 SHORTEST GAME, 9-INNINGS, HOME.......................................................................2:24, April 15 vs. TEX
Thursday.......................................................6-7 SHORTEST GAME, 9-INNINGS, ROAD.........................................................................2:23, May 27 at BOS
Friday............................................................8-8 LONGEST GAME, 9-INNINGS, HOME.........................................................................3:39, April 16 vs. TEX
Saturday.....................................................5-11 LONGEST GAME, 9-INNINGS, ROAD.............................................................................. 3:48, May 9 at PHI
LONGEST GAME, EXTRA-INNINGS, HOME................................................................. 5:02, May 5 vs. TEX
Sunday..........................................................9-7
LONGEST GAME, EXTRA-INNINGS, ROAD..................................................................4:25, April 5 at HOU
Safeco Field Sellouts...................................1-1
LARGEST CROWD, HOME.......................................................................................46,197, July 22 vs. NYY
1-Run Games/2-Run Games........... 15-10/9-8
SMALLEST CROWD, HOME....................................................................................... 13,799, May 3 vs. LAA
Extra Innings................................................5-5
LARGEST CROWD, ROAD............................................................................................44,644, July 1 at LAA
Average Time of Game (9-inn.)................. 2:59
SMALLEST CROWD, ROAD..................................................................................... 10,707, April 20 at OAK
Postponements.............................................. 0
INDIVIDUAL BATTING
LONGEST HITTING STREAK............................................................................................................................................................ 17, Jean Segura, April 30-May 18
MOST HITS, GAME.................................................................................................................................................................4, 13x, last: Jean Segura, July 6 vs. OAK
MOST RUNS, GAME........................................................................................................................................................................... 4, Mitch Haniger, June 12 at MIN
MOST DOUBLES, GAME.......................................................................................................................................................... 3, 2x, last: Kyle Seager, June 18 at TEX
MOST TRIPLES, GAME.......................................................................................................................................................... 1, 10x, last: Ben Gamel, July 24 vs. BOS
MOST HOME RUNS, GAME............................................................................................................................................... 2, 4x, last: Robinson Canó, June 30 at LAA
MOST EXTRA-BASE HITS, GAME........................................................................................................................................... 3, 2x, last: Kyle Seager, June 18 at TEX
MOST RBI, 9-INNING GAME................................................................................................................................................................... 7, Mike Zunino, June 3 vs. TB
MOST RBI, EXTRA-INNING GAME............................................................................................................................... 3, 3x, last: Guillermo Heredia, July 25 vs. BOS
MOST STOLEN BASES, GAME........................................................................................................................................... 2, 2x, last: Jarrod Dyson, May 18 vs. CWS
GRAND SLAMS (4)............................................................................................................................................................ 1, 4x, last: Robinson Canó, June 22 vs. DET
...................................................................................................................... Taylor Motter, April 23 at OAK, Taylor Motter, June 2 vs. TB, Mike Zunino, June 3 vs. TB

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING
FEWEST HITS ALLOWED (CG):
Mariners.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4, Ariel Miranda, June 4 vs. TB
Opponents...............................................................................................................................................................................................3, Ricky Nolasco, July 1 at LAA
MOST STRIKEOUTS, GAME (Starter):
Mariners.............................................................................................................................................................................................10, James Paxton, July 24 vs. BOS
Opponents..................................................................................................................................................................................... 11, Justin Verlander, June 21 vs. DET
MOST STRIKEOUTS, GAME (Reliever):
Mariners..........................................................................................................................................................................................9, Casey Lawrence, June 1 vs. COL#
Opponents............................................................................................................................................................................................7, Chris Devenski, April 5 at HOU
MOST WALKS, GAME:
Mariners..............................................................................................................................................................................................6, Yovani Gallardo, May 26 at BOS
Opponents........................................................................................................................................................................................... 5, Sean Manaea, May 15 vs. OAK
MOST INNINGS, GAME, STARTER:
Mariners................................................................................................................................................................................................. 9.0, Ariel Miranda, June 4 vs. TB
Opponents........................................................................................................................................................................................ 9.0, Brian Johnson, May 27 at BOS
MOST INNINGS, GAME, RELIEVER
Mariners........................................................................................................................................................................... 5.0, 2x, last: Casey Lawrence, June 1 vs. COL
Opponents.............................................................................................................................................................................. 4.0, 3x, last: Daniel Wright, May 4 vs. LAA
LONGEST WINNING STREAK:......................................... 5, 3x: James Paxton (April 10-June 10), Ariel Miranda (April 17-June 14), James Paxton (July 2 - July 24)
LONGEST LOSING STREAK:............................................................................................................................................................ 4, Sam Gaviglio (June 24-current)
MOST CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS INNINGS:
Overall............................................................................................................................................................................................ 23.0, James Paxton (April 5-April 20)
Starter............................................................................................................................................................................................. 23.0, James Paxton (April 5-April 20)
Reliever............................................................................................................................................................................................... 14.0, Nick Vincent (May 14-July 1)
#Club Record ^Ties Club Record
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2017 MARINERS DAY-BY-DAYS
G D D/N OPP   W  / L SCORE WINNER/LOSER/SAVE REC. POS GA/GB CLUBS TIME ATT
1 4/3 N at HOU L 0-3 Keuchel/Hernandez (0-1)/Giles 0-1 T3rd -1.0 HOU/OAK 2:29 41,678
2 4/4 N at HOU L 1-2 McCullers/Iwakuma (0-1)/Giles 0-2 T4th -2.0 HOU 2:41 21.406
3 4/5 N at HOU L 3-5 (13) Peacock/De Jong (0-1) 0-3 T4th -3.0 HOU 4:25 20,303
4 4/6 N at HOU W 4-2 Altavilla (1-0)/Giles/Díaz (1) 1-3 4th -2.0 HOU 2:57 18,362
5 4/7 N at LAA L 1-5 Chavez/Gallardo (0-1) 1-4 5th -2.0 HOU/LAA 2:56 43.911
6 4/8 N at LAA L 4-5 Ramirez/Scribner (0-1)/Bedrosian 1-5 5th -3.0 LAA 3:05 42,668
7 4/9 D at LAA L 9-10 Bailey/Díaz (0-1) 1-6 5th -4.0 LAA 3:27 37,175
8 4/10 D HOU W 6-0 Paxton (1-0)/Morton 2-6 5th -3.5 LAA 2:56 44,858
9 4/11 N HOU L 5-7 Musgrove/Miranda (0-1) 2-7 5th -4.5 LAA 3:29 18,468
10 4/12 N HOU L 5-10 Peacock/Altavilla (1-1) 2-8 5th -4.0 HOU/LAA 3:12 14,449
4/13 OFF DAY 2-8 5th -4.0
11 4/14 N TEX W 2-1 Hernandez (1-1)/Leclerc/Diaz (2) 3-8 5th -4.0 HOU 3:05 41,708
12 4/15 N TEX W 5-0 Paxton (2-0)/Cashner 4-8 5th -4.0 HOU 2:24 34,728
13 4/16 D TEX W 8-7 Diaz (1-1)/Dyson 5-8 4th -3.5 HOU 3:39 19,623
14 4/17 N MIA W 6-1 Miranda (1-1)/Koehler 6-8 T2nd -3.5 HOU 2:31 16,917
15 4/18 N MIA L 0-5 Chen/Gallardo (0-2) 6-9 4th -4.0 HOU 2:33 15,999
16 4/19 D MIA W 10-5 Hernandez (2-1)/Volquez 7-9 T3rd -3.5 HOU 3:32 27,153
17 4/20 N at OAK L 6-9 Dull/Scribner (0-2) 7-10 T3rd -4.5 HOU 3:09 10,707
18 4/21 N at OAK L 1-3 Manaea/Iwakuma (0-2)/Casilla 7-11 4th -5.5 HOU 2:51 15,255
19 4/22 D at OAK L 3-4 Cotton/Miranda (1-2)/Madson 7-12 4th -5.5 HOU 3:07 20,722
20 4/23 D at OAK W 11-1 Gallardo (1-2)/Triggs 8-12 T4th -5.5 HOU 3:11 24,165
4/24 T4th -5.5
21 4/25 N at DET L 9-19 Zimmermann/Hernandez (2-2) 8-13 5th -6.5 HOU 3:43 22,728
22 4/26 N at DET W 8-0 Paxton (3-0)/Norris 9-13 5th -5.5 HOU 3:18 23,327
23 4/27 D at DET W 2-1 Zych (1-0)/Rodriguez 10-13 5th -4.5 HOU 3:22 25,325
24 4/28 N at CLE W 3-1 Miranda (2-2)/Carrasco/Diaz (4) 11-13 3rd -4.5 HOU 2:36 20,842
25 4/29 D at CLE L 3-4 Salazar/Gallardo (1-3)/Allen 11-14 5th -4.5 HOU 2:42 21,221
26 4/30 D at CLE L 4-12 Tomlin/De Jong (0-2) 11-15 5th -5.5 HOU 2:58 21,824
April (11-15) Batting: .243 (212x874), 28 HR Pitching: 11-15, 4 SV, 4.71 (119 ER, 227.1 IP)
5/1 4th -6.0
27 5/2 N LAA L 4-6 (11) Guerra/Pazos (0-1) 11-16 T4th -7.0 HOU 4:40 15,080
28 5/3 N LAA W 8-7 Machi (1-0)/Parker/Diaz (5) 12-16 3rd -7.0 HOU 3:19 13,802
29 5/4 N LAA W 11-3 Miranda (3-2)/Meyer 13-16 3rd -6.0 HOU 2:53 15,920
30 5/5 N TEX L 1-3 (13) Bush/Pagan (0-1)/Claudio 13-17 T3rd -7.0 HOU 5:02 26,957
31 5/6 N TEX W 8-2 Pazos (1-1)/Perez 14-17 3rd -6.0 HOU 3:12 36,041
32 5/7 D TEX W 4-3 Rzepczynski (1-0)/Dyson/Diaz (6) 15-17 3rd -6.0 HOU 3:09 32,540
5/8 15-17 T3rd -6.0
33 5/9 N at PHI W 10-9 Vincent (1-0)/Neris/Diaz (7) 16-17 T2nd -6.0 HOU 3:48 31,715
34 5/10 D at PHI W 11-6 Zych (2-0)/Benoit 17-17 2nd -5.5 HOU 3:40 26,697
35 5/11 N at TOR L 2-7 Estrada/De Jong (0-3) 17-18 2nd -7.0 HOU 2:45 29,120
36 5/12 N at TOR L 0-4 Biagini/Bergman (0-1) 17-19 T2nd -8.0 HOU 2:36 32,865
37 5/13 D at TOR L 2-7 Leone/Vincent (1-1) 17-20 T3rd -8.5 HOU 3:25 42,346
38 5/14 D at TOR L 2-3 Tepera/Diaz (1-2) 17-21 4th -9.0 HOU 3:17 42,030
39 5/15 N OAK W 6-5 Gallardo (2-3)/Manaea/Zych (1) 18-21 4th -9.0 HOU 3:14 15,432
40 5/16 N OAK L 6-9 Madson/Cishek (0-1) 18-22 4th -10.0 HOU 3:25 13,967
41 5/17 N OAK W 4-0 Bergman (1-1)/Hahn 19-22 4th -10.0 HOU 2:39 14,128
42 5/18 N CWS W 5-4 Vincent (2-1)/Jennings 20-22 4th -9.5 HOU 3:02 17,761
43 5/19 N CWS L 1-2 (10) Robertson/Zych (2-1) 20-23 4th -9.5 HOU 2:46 32,371
44 5/20 N CWS L 1-16 Pelfrey/Gallardo (2-4) 20-24 5th -9.5 HOU 2:52 33,808
45 5/21 D CWS L 1-8 Holland/Heston (0-1) 20-25 5th -9.5 HOU 2:46 36,785
5/22 5th -10.0
46 5/23 N at WAS L 1-10 Ross/Bergman (1-2) 20-26 5th -11.0 HOU 2:28 29,650
47 5/24 N at WAS L 1-5 Roark/Gaviglio (0-1) 20-27 5th -11.0 HOU 2:28 29,223
48 5/25 D at WAS W 4-2 Miranda (4-2)/Turner/Diaz (8) 21-27 5th -11.0 HOU 3:18 18,881
49 5/26 N at BOS L 0-3 Rodriguez/Gallardo (2-5)/Kimbrell 21-28 5th -12.0 HOU 3:11 35,080
50 5/27 D at BOS L 0-6 Johnson/Whalen (0-1) 21-29 5th -13.0 HOU 2:23 36,985
51 5/28 D at BOS W 5-0 Bergman (2-2)/Porcello 22-29 5th -13.0 HOU 3:14 37,174
52 5/29 D at COL W 6-5 Gaviglio (1-1)/Chatwood/Diaz (9) 23-29 T4th -13.0 HOU 3:25 40,298
53 5/30 N at COL W 10-4 Miranda (5-2)/Anderson 24-29 4th -13.0 HOU 3:11 33,258
54 5/31 N COL W 5-0 Paxton (4-0)/Senzatela 25-29 4th -13.0 HOU 2:46 16,750
May (14-14) Batting: .267 (257x961), 25 HR Pitching: 14-14, 6 SV, 4.58 ERA (128 ER, 251.2 IP)
55 6/1 D COL L 3-6 Freeland/Gallardo (2-6)/Holland 25-30 4th -13.5 HOU 3:28 21,536
56 6/2 N TB W 12-4 Bergman (3-2)/Odorizzi 26-30 4th -13.5 HOU 3:09 27,933
57 6/3 N TB W 9-2 Gaviglio (2-1)/Cobb 27-30 3rd -13.5 HOU 2:59 26,999
58 6/4 D TB W 7-1 MIRANDA (6-2)/Ramirez 28-30 T2nd -13.5 HOU 2:41 28,544
6/5 T2nd -14.0
59 6/6 N MIN W 12-3 Paxton (5-0)/Santiago 29-30 T2nd -13.0 HOU 3:26 18,164
60 6/7 N MIN W 6-5 Diaz (2-2)/Kintzler 30-30 T2nd -12.0 HOU 2:43 15,732
61 6/8 N MIN L 1-2 Gibson/Bergman (3-3)/Kintzler 30-31 T2nd -13.0 HOU 2:51 15,632
62 6/9 N TOR W 4-2 Cloyd (1-0)/Biagini/Diaz (10) 31-31 T2nd -12.0 HOU 2:53 33,530
63 6/10 N TOR L 2-4 Stroman/Zych (2-2)/Osuna 31-32 T2nd -13.0 HOU 2:44 45,484
64 6/11 D TOR L 0-4 Happ/Paxton (5-1)/Osuna 31-33 3rd -13.0 HOU 3:01 41,204
65 6/12 N at MIN W 14-3 Gallardo (3-6)/Mejia 32-33 T3rd -12.0 HOU 3:22 16,996
66 6/13 N at MIN L 7-20 Gibson/Bergman (3-4) 32-34 4th -12.0 HOU 3:04 17,922
67 6/14 N at MIN W 6-4 Gaviglio (3-1)/Santana/Diaz (11) 33-34 T3rd -12.0 HOU 3:06 22,283
68 6/15 D at MIN L 2-6 Berrios/Miranda (6-3) 33-35 4th -12.5 HOU 2:45 24,464
69 6/16 N at TEX` L 4-10 Ross/Paxton (5-2) 33-36 4th -12.5 HOU 3:07 33,960
70 6/17 D at TEX L 4-10 Perez/Gallardo (3-7) 33-37 4th -13.5 HOU 2:54 35,928
71 6/18 D at TEX W 7-3 Bergman (4-4)/Darvish 34-37 4th -12.5 HOU 3:43 31,552
72 6/19 N DET W 6-2 Pazos (2-1)/Wilson 35-37 4th -12.5 HOU 3:16 21,524
73 6/20 N DET W 5-4 (10) Cishek (1-1)/Wilson 36-37 4th -12.5 HOU 3:42 15,063
74 6/21 N DET W 7-5 Zych (3-2)/Greene/Diaz (12) 37-37 2nd -12.5 HOU 3:16 18,567
75 6/22 N DET W 9-6 Moore (1-0)/Norris/Cishek (1) 38-37 2nd -12.5 HOU 2:58 18,751
76 6/23 N HOU W 13-3 Hernandez (3-2)/Musgrove/Gallardo (1) 39-37 2nd -11.5 HOU 3:17 31,789
77 6/24 N HOU L 2-5 McCullers/Gaviglio (3-2) 39-38 2nd -12.5 HOU 3:09 29,826
78 6/25 D HOU L 2-8 Feliz/Miranda (6-4) 39-39 4th -13.5 HOU 3:21 33,020
6/26 T3rd -13.5
79 6/27 N PHI L 2-8 Nola/Paxton (5-3) 39-40 4th -13.5 HOU 3:02 22,654
80 6/28 D PHI L 4-5 Pinto/Diaz (2-3)/Neris 39-41 4th -14.5 HOU 3:24 29,505
6/29 4th -15.0 HOU
81 6/30 N at LAA W 10-0 Miranda (7-4)/Bridwell 40-41 3rd -14.0 HOU 3:21 40,059
June (15-11) Batting: .288 (270x939), 39 HR Pitching: 15-12, 5 SV, 4.58 ERA (122 ER, 240.0 IP)
2017 MARINERS GAME NOTES • WEDNESDAY • JULY 2, 2017 • VS. BOSTON RED SOX • PAGE 8

G D D/N OPP   W  / L SCORE WINNER/LOSER/SAVE REC. POS GA/GB CLUBS TIME ATT
82 7/1 N at LAA L 0-4 NOLASCO/Gaviglio (3-3) 40-42 3rd -15.0 HOU 2:32 44,644
83 7/2 D at LAA W 5-3 Paxton (6-3)/Chavez/Diaz (13) 41-42 3rd -15.0 HOU 3:10 39,279
84 7/3 N KC L 1-3 Kennedy/Moore (1-1)/Soria 41-43 3rd -15.5 HOU 2:28 35,789
85 7/4 D KC L 3-7 Duffy/Hernandez (3-3) 41-44 3rd -16.5 HOU 2:55 25,555
86 7/5 N KC L 6-9 (10) Minor/Pazos (2-2)/Herrera 41-45 3rd -17.5 HOU 3:34 15,157
87 7/6 N OAK L 4-7 Blackburn/Gaviglio (3-4) 41-46 3rd -17.5 HOU 2:56 18,368
88 7/7 N OAK W 7-2 Paxton (7-3)/Manaea 42-46 4th -17.5 HOU 2:39 22,213
89 7/8 N OAK L 3-4 Doolittle/Diaz (2-4)/Casilla 42-47 4th -17.5 HOU 2:54 28,694
90 7/9 D OAK W 4-0 Hernandez (4-3)/Gossett 43-47 4th -17.5 HOU 2:39 32,661
7/10
7/11 All Star Game (Miami)
7/12
7/13
91 7/14 N at CWS W 4-2 Paxton (8-3)/Shields/Diaz (14) 44-47 T3rd -17.5 HOU 2:50 20,311
92 7/15 N at CWS W 4-3 Hernandez (5-3)/Swarzak/Diaz (15) 45-47 3rd -16.5 HOU 3:26 21,743
93 7/16 D at CWS W 7-6 (10) Vincent (3-1)/Beck/Diaz (16) 46-47 T2nd -16.5 HOU 3:22 24,502
94 7/17 N at HOU W 9-7 (10) Gallardo (4-7)/Sipp/Diaz (17) 47-47 2nd -15.5 HOU 3:49 24,701
95 7/18 N at HOU L 2-6 Peacock/Gaviglio (3-5)/Gregerson (1) 47-48 2nd -16.5 HOU 3:02 27,111
96 7/19 D at HOU W 4-1 Paxton (9-3)/Morton/Diaz (18) 48-48 2nd -15.5 HOU 2:51 35,191
97 7/20 N NYY L 1-4 Severino (6-4)/Hernandez (5-4) 48-49 2nd -16.0 HOU 3:14 35,175
98 7/21 N NYY L 1-5 Sabathia/Moore 48-50 2nd -17.0 HOU 2:50 34,073
99 7/22 N NYY W 6-5 (10) Zych(4-2)/Warren 49-50 2nd -17.0 HOU 3:28 46,197
100 7/23 D NYY L 4-6 Green/Pazos (2-3)/Chapman 49-51 T2nd -17.0 HOU 3:13 38,503
101 7/24 N BOS W 4-0 Paxton (10-3)/Rodriguez 50-51 2nd -17.0 HOU 2:40 29,261
102 7/25 N BOS W 6-5 (13) Zych (5-2)/Fister 51-51 2nd -17.0 HOU 4:59 28,992
103 7/26 D BOS
7/27
104 7/28 N NYM
105 7/29 D NYM
106 7/30 D NYM
107 7/31 N at TEX
July (11-10) Batting: .231 (166x719), 26 HR Pitching: 11-10, 6 SV, 3.74 ERA (81 ER, 195.0 IP)
108 8/1 N at TEX
109 8/2 N at TEX
110 8/3 N at KC
111 8/4 N at KC
112 8/5 N at KC
113 8/6 D at KC
8/7
114 8/8 N at OAK
115 8/9 D at OAK
116 8/10 N LAA
117 8/11 N LAA
118 8/12 N LAA
119 8/13 D LAA
120 8/14 N BAL
121 8/15 N BAL
122 8/16 D BAL
8/17
123 8/18 N at TB
124 8/19 N at TB
125 8/20 D at TB
126 8/21 N at ATL
127 8/22 N at ATL
128 8/23 N at ATL
8/24
129 8/25 N at NYY
130 8/26 D at NYY
131 8/27 D at NYY
132 8/28 N at BAL
133 8/29 N at BAL
134 8/30 D at BAL
8/31
August (0-0) Batting: .--- (---), 0 HR Pitching: 0-0, 0 SV, -.-- ERA (-- ER, -- IP)
135 9/1 N OAK
136 9/2 N OAK
137 9/3 D OAK
138 9/4 D HOU
139 9/5 N HOU
140 9/6 N HOU
9/7
141 9/8 N LAA
142 9/9 N LAA
143 9/10 D LAA
144 9/11 N at TEX
145 9/12 N at TEX
146 9/13 N at TEX
147 9/14 N at TEX
148 9/15 N at HOU
149 9/16 N at HOU
150 9/17 D at HOU
9/18
151 9/19 N TEX
152 9/20 N TEX
153 9/21 N TEX
154 9/22 N CLE
155 9/23 D CLE
156 9/24 D CLE
157 9/25 N at OAK
158 9/26 N at OAK
159 9/27 D at OAK
9/28
160 9/29 N at LAA
161 9/30 N at LAA
162 10/1 D at LAA
Sept/Oct (0-0) Batting: .--- (---), 0 HR Pitching: 0-0, 0 SV, -.-- ERA (-- ER, -- IP)