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Thursday, August 2, 2018

Game #109 (63-45)


Safeco Field SEATTLE MARINERS (63-45) vs. TORONTO BLUE JAYS (48-59) Home #57 (35-21)
TONIGHT’S GAME INFORMATION
Starting Pitchers: RHP Félix Hernández (8-9, 5.58) vs. RHP Tyler Clippard (4-3, 3.73)
7:10 pm PT • Radio: 710 ESPN / Mariners.com • TV: ROOT SPORTS
Day Date Opp. Time (PT) Mariners Pitcher Opposing Pitcher RADIO
Friday Aug. 3 TOR 7:10 pm LH Marco Gonzales (12-5, 3.37) vs. LH Ryan Borucki (0-2, 2.83) 710 ESPN
Saturday Aug. 4 TOR 7:10 pm LH James Paxton (9-4, 3.49) vs. RH Marco Estrada (4-8, 4.90) 710 ESPN
Sunday Aug. 5 TOR 1:10 pm RH Mike Leake (8-7, 4.16) vs. RH Sam Gaviglio (2-4, 5.10) 710 ESPN
All games televised on ROOT SPORTS with home games featuring Spanish Audio via TV SAP
TONIGHT'S TILT…the Mariners continue a 2-team, 7-day, 7-game homestand with the first of four games
SCOREBOARD WATCHING vs. the Toronto Blue Jays…went 1-2 against Houston to open the homestand…following this series, will
The Mariners enter play today 5.0
games behind the Astros for the lead
embark on a 2-state, 3-city, 10-day, 10-game road trip to Texas (3 G), Houston (4 G) and Oakland (3 G)…
in the AL West Division and tied with tonight's game will be televised on ROOT SPORTS NW and broadcast live on 710 ESPN Seattle and the
Oakland for the final AL Wild Card spot: Mariners Radio Network.
TEAM W-L Pct. GB ODDS AND ENDS…the Mariners have won 16 of their last 30 games, including a season-high 8-game
Houston 69-41 .627 ---
Seattle 63-44 .583 -5.0 winning streak (6/25-7/3)…the Mariners have also won 23 of their last 44 games, 30 of their last 53, 34 of
Oakland 64-46 .582 -5.0 their last 59, 39 of their last 65 and 41 of their last 69…Seattle is 49-34 in its last 83 games, 54-37 over its
Los Angeles 54-56 .491 -15.0 last 91 games and 59-41 in its last 100 games…Seattle is 20-18 during the day and 43-27 at night…Seattle
Texas 46-63 .422 -22.5
is 35-21 at Safeco Field, 28-24 on the road.
TEAM W-L Pct. GB
New York 68-38 .642 +6.0 • Bird Hunting - Jean Segura is batting .438 (7x16) with 3 runs, 2 doubles and 1 RBI in 3 games vs. the Blue
Seattle 63-45 .583 --- Jays this season…he collected 3 hits on May 9 at Toronto, followed by 4 hits on May 10 north of the border.
Oakland 64-46 .582 ---
Tampa Bay 56-53 .514 -7.5
• Whiff - Edwin Díaz has struck out his first batter faced 24 times this season, tied with Adam Ottavino-COL
Los Angeles 54-56 .491 -10.0 for most in the Majors…Díaz has struck out his first batter in 45.3% (24x53) of his appearances this season.
• As Easy as 1-2-3 - Edwin Díaz retired the Astros in order in the 9th inning Monday for his 40th save of the
MOVING UP season…in 24 of his 40 saves, he has faced the minimum 3 batters in an outing of exactly 1.0 inning, the
The Mariners have the 4th-best winning most such saves in the Majors…Craig Kimbrel-BOS is 2nd with 17 saves of 1.0 inning and 3 batters faced.
percentage in the Majors this season: • First Things First - Dee Gordon is batting .356 (32x91) with 21 runs scored, 3 doubles, 1 triple, 1 walk
Rk. Team WIN PCT and 2 HBP when leading off a game this season…his 32 hits to lead off a game are the most in the Majors.
1. Boston.............................. .688 (75-34) • Close Games - the Mariners are 41-17 (.707) this season in games decided by 1 or 2 runs, the highest
2. New York-AL..................... .642 (68-38) winning percentage in the Majors…the Mariners are 27-14 (.659) in 1-run games (most 1-run wins in MLB)
3. Houston............................ .627 (69-41)
4. Seattle.............................. .583 (63-45)
and 14-3 (.824) in games decided by exactly 2 runs (best 2-run winning percentage in MLB).
5. Oakland............................ .582 (64-46) • Four Score - the Mariners are 44-13 when scoring 4-or-more runs, but are 19-32 when scoring 3-or-fewer runs.
• Get Through 8 - the Mariners are 1 of 3 Major League clubs with a 1.000 winning percentage (56-0) when
INSIDE THE NUMBERS leading after 8 innings this season, joining New York-AL (58-0) and Oakland (52-0).
• Bullpen Bullies - Edwin Díaz has not allowed an earned run over his last 14.0 innings spanning 14 ap-

.301
pearances (6/25-c), while Alex Colomé has an active 12.2 scoreless innings streak over 13 games (6/30-c).
DIABOLICAL DÍAZ…Edwin Díaz recorded his first career Major League save two years ago today, striking
Since joining the Mariners on May 28, out 3 of the 4 batters he faced in a 5-4 win over Boston on Aug. 2, 2016 at Safeco Field…over that
Denard Span is batting .301 (47x156) span (8/2/16-c), Díaz leads the Major Leagues with 92 saves, ranking ahead of Kenley Jansen (87), Craig
with a .343 OBP and a .468 SLG (.811
OPS)…among club leaders during that
Kimbrel (81) and Alex Colomé (71)…during that same time, he ranks T3rd among primary relievers with 215
span (min. 150 PA), he ranks 2nd in strikeouts (also: Dellin Betances), trailing only Craig Kimbrel (220) and Brad Hand (219).
batting, 2nd in slugging, 2nd in OPS
and 3rd in OBP.
RELIEVER OF THE MONTH…earlier today, Mariners closer Edwin Díaz was named American League
Reliever of the Month for July…Díaz has earned back-to-back AL Reliever of the Month awards and has won

.625
3 such honors this season and 4 over his career (also: July 2017, April 2018 and June 2018)…he converted
9-of-9 save opportunities while posting a spotless 0.00 ERA (0 ER, 10.0 IP) in 10 relief appearances in the
month of July…Díaz struck out 19 and walked only 2 while limiting opponents to a .063 (2x32) average
The Mariners have a .625 (35-21)
winning percentage at Safeco Field against and while recording a 0.40 WHIP (2 BB, 2 H, 10.0 IP)…he averaged 17.10 strikeouts-per-9.0-
this season, the 5th-best home winning innings (19 K, 10.0 IP) in the month…his 9 saves were tied with Boston’s Craig Kimbrel for the AL lead.
percentage in the Majors…trail only
Boston (.717/38-15), New York-AL THIS IS HIS HOUSE…over his last 3 starts against the Blue Jays, dating back to 2015, Félix Hernández
(.704/38-16), Philadelphia (.654/34-18) is 2-0 with a 0.86 ERA (2 ER, 21.0 IP) with 19 strikeouts and 6 walks…he has worked 7.0 innings in each
and Chicago-NL (.635/33-19). of those 3 starts, while limiting Toronto to 1 or fewer earned runs in each of those outings…over those 3
starts, Félix has held the Blue Jays to a .167 (12x72) average against while posting a 0.86 WHIP (6 BB, 12

1.98
Mariners relievers have combined for
H, 21.0 IP).
NO POUTINE HERE…entering this three-game set vs. the Blue Jays, the Mariners are 13-7-2 in the 22
series between the two clubs at Safeco Field…Seattle has recorded three 3-game sweeps of Toronto at
a 1.98 ERA (11 ER, 50.0 IP) over the
club's last 16 home games (6/30-c). Safeco Field (last: 8/11-13/14) and a 2-game sweep (9/7-8/99)…since 2010, the Mariners are 4-4-1 in their
last 9 home series vs. their neighbors from the North…the Mariners are 15-11 vs. Toronto at Safeco Field

14
over that span with 18 of those 26 games being decided by 3 or fewer runs.
THE EDWIN DÍAZ FILE…Edwin Díaz recorded his Major League-leading 40th save of the season on
Dee Gordon has hit safely in 14 of his Monday…he becomes the 4th pitcher in single-season club history to notch at least 40 saves, joining
last 18 games, including 6 multi-hit Fernando Rodney (48, 2014), Kazuhiro Sasaki (45, 2001) and J.J. Putz (40, 2007)…Díaz has 87 strikeouts
games (7/8-c), batting .312 (24x77).
this season, 3 shy of setting a single-season career-high; he had 89 strikeouts last season after recording
WHAT A START 88 punchouts in his rookie campaign of 2016 (appeared in 49 games after being called up to the Majors in
The Mariners are 63-45 (.583), their 4th- June)…with his next strikeout, Díaz will join Dick Radatz (1962-64 w/BOS) as the only primary relievers in
best record through the first 108 games Major League history to record at least 88 strikeouts in each of their first 3 seasons.
of a season in club history:
Rk. Season WIN PCT
WHAT A RELIEF…the Mariners lead the Major Leagues in saves (42) and holds (78)…since 1973, only
1. 2001.................................. .722 (78-30) 6 clubs have led the Majors in saves and holds in the same season, most recently the 1992 Oakland
2. 2002.................................. .611 (66-42) Athletics…Edwin Díaz leads the Majors with 40 saves, while Juan Nicasio is T9th in MLB with 19 holds,
2003................................... .611 (66-42)
4. 2018.................................. .583 (63-45) and Alex Colomé is T11th with 18 holds.
5. 2000.................................. .574 (62-46)
ELECTRIC EDDIE…Edwin Díaz leads the Majors with 40 saves, while ranking 2nd among all relievers with
VS. TORONTO 87 strikeouts (Josh Hader-MIL, 99)…of Díaz's 40 saves, 21 have come in 1-run games, most in the Majors
this season (Craig Kimbrel-BOS, 12)…his 21 1-run saves are only 2 shy of equaling the Major League
The Mariners and Blue Jays meet for
the 4th (2-1) of 7 games this season… single-season record, set by Francisco Rodriguez in 2008 (23)…the Mariners are 48-0 when Díaz enters
Seattle claimed 2-of-3 earlier this sea- with a lead this season, including 23-0 when he enters with a 1-run lead…Díaz is 21-for-23 in 1-run save
son in Toronto (May 8-10), including opportunities (91.3%) with a 0.77 ERA (2 ER, 23.1 IP) with 43 strikeouts and 5 walks.
James Paxton's no-hitter on May 8…
the Mariners are 15-11 vs. Toronto at DID YOU KNOW?…that with the addition of Cameron Maybin, the Mariners have 2 of the top-25 Major
Safeco Field since 2010: League leaders in Outs Above Average?…Guillermo Heredia ranks 19th in the Majors with 6 Outs Above
Year Home Road Totals Average, while Maybin is 25th with 4…Outs Above Average is a range-based metric from Statcast which
2016 1-2 2-1 3-3 measures a player's fielding skills and accounts for the number of plays made and the difficulty of those
2017 1-2 0-4 1-6
2018 0-0 2-1 2-1 plays (e.g. a fielder who makes a 25% Catch Probability play gets +.75; one who fails to make the play
All-Time 96-96 92-112 188-208 gets -.25).
2018 MARINERS GAME NOTES • THURSDAY • AUGUST 2, 2018 • VS. TORONTO BLUE JAYS • PAGE 2

TONIGHT'S MARINERS STARTER HERNÁNDEZ’S 2018 MLB STARTS


RHP FÉLIX HERNÁNDEZ scr
DT OPP SCR W-L IP H R ER BB SO HR left PC-K
2018 Breakdown: 3/29 CLE 2-1 W (1-0) 5.1 2 0 0 2 4 0 2-0 83-49
W-L ERA GS IP H R ER BB SO HR 4/4 @SF 1-10 L (1-1) 4.0 6 8 8 5 1 3 0-8 87-48
Overall 8-9 5.58 21 113.0 119 75 70 40 95 17 4/10 @KC 8-3 W (2-1) 5.2 6 3 3 1 3 1 8-3 91-63
Home 4-5 4.06 11 64.1 60 32 29 20 58 9 4/15 OAK 1-2 L (2-2) 6.1 5 2 2 0 7 1 1-2 97-61
Road 4-4 7.58 10 48.2 59 43 41 20 37 8 4/20 @TEX 6-2 ND 5.1 4 2 2 2 5 0 1-1 91-51
4/25 @CWS 4-3 W (3-2) 6.0 7 3 3 2 6 1 4-3 95-63
vs. TOR 0-0 --- 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 MARCH/APRIL: 6 GS, 3-2, 4.96 32.2 30 18 18 12 26 6
5/1 OAK 6-3 W (4-2) 6.0 3 3 3 4 7 1 5-1 101-59
Career Breakdown: 5/6 LAA 2-8 L (4-3) 5.2 7 5 5 4 5 2 3-0 101-63
W-L ERA GS IP H R ER BB SO HR 5/12 @DET 9-5 W (5-3) 5.0 8 5 5 2 7 1 6-5 95-61
Overall 168-123 3.30 396 2615.1 2362 1067 960 761 2437 237 5/18 DET 5-4 ND 6.0 6 4 3 3 4 0 0-4 105-69
5/24 @OAK 3-4 L (5-4) 6.0 5 4 4 1 2 0 2-4 89-52
Home 90-62 3.21 201 1368.1 1200 524 488 369 1300 125 5/29 TEX 5-9 ND 5.0 6 5 5 2 4 1 2-4 91-54
Road 78-61 3.41 195 1247.0 1162 543 472 392 1131 112 MAY: 6 GS, 2-1, 6.68 33.2 35 26 25 16 29 5
vs. TOR 7-6 4.02 16 105.1 97 54 47 33 95 14 6/3 TB 2-1 W (6-4) 8.0 5 1 1 1 7 0 2-1 106-70
6/9 @TB 3-7 L (6-5) 3.0 7 6 5 1 2 0 1-6 53-39
6/14 BOS 1-2 L (6-6) 7.0 7 2 1 1 6 1 1-2 104-64
ABOUT FÉLIX… 6/20 @NYY 5-7 ND 5.0 6 2 1 1 6 0 5-2 95-61
• 32-year-old right-hander is making his 397th career start, his 22nd 6/25 @BAL 5-3 W (7-6) 6.0 4 3 3 3 4 1 5-3 81-48
start of the season and his 17th career start vs. Toronto tonight. 6/30 KC 6-4 W (8-6) 5.0 6 3 3 1 5 1 6-3 81-55
• Is the only active pitcher in MLB who holds his current club’s all-time JUNE: 6 GS, 3-2, 3.71 34.0 35 17 14 8 30 3
record for career wins and career strikeouts (see more in “He’s Our Leader”).7/6 COL 1-7 L (8-7) 5.0 8 3 3 0 2 1 0-3 94-64
• Is the second pitcher in franchise history to record 300 games start- 7/21 CHW 0-5 L (8-8) 5.0 5 4 3 2 7 1 0-4 80-53
7/28 @LAA 5-11 L (8-9) 2.2 6 7 7 2 1 1 1-5 56-31
ed as a Mariner (also: Jamie Moyer, 323 GS w/Seattle 1996-2006). JULY: 3 GS, 0-3, 9.24 12.2 19 14 13 4 10 3
• Signed a 7-year deal through the 2019 season on Feb. 13, 2013. SEASON: 21 GS, 8-9, 5.58 113.0 119 75 70 40 95 17
• In 2010 won the AL Cy Young, garnering 21 of 28 first-place votes…
joined Randy Johnson (1995) as only Mariners pitchers to win the Cy
Young…named Sporting News AL Pitcher of the Year…was 2nd in Cy Young voting LAST TIME
in 2014. LAST LOSS: 7/28, 5-11 at LAA (2.2,6,7,7,2,1,HR-1)
• ML debut Aug. 4, 2005 at Detroit...Safeco debut vs. MIN Aug. 9, 2005. LAST WIN: 6/30, 6-4 vs. KC (5.0,6,3,3,1,5,HR-1)
• At 19 years, 118 days old at debut, was the 3rd-youngest player to debut in Mariners LAST ND: 6/20, 5-7 at NYY (5.0,6,2,1,1,6)
history & 2nd-youngest pitcher…youngest pitcher since Jose Rijo worked as reliever in LAST CG: (25x) 5/27/15, 3-0 at TB (9.0,4,0,0,1,8)
‘84 (19 years, 54 days, 7/6/84 at MIN). LAST ShO: (11x) 5/27/15, 3-0 at TB (9.0,4,0,0,1,8)
• Born in Valencia, VZ…signed as 16-year-old non-drafted FA 7/4/02. CAREER HIGHS
• A.L. All-Star: 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 (starter) & 2015, most by any Mariner pitcher INNINGS: 9.0, 23x, last: 5/27/15, 3-0 at TB (9.0,4,0,0,1,8)
and 4th most overall behind Ken Griffey Jr. (10), Ichiro Suzuki (10) and Edgar Martinez (7). HITS: 13, 2x, last: 9/24/08 vs. LAA
• Threw the first Perfect Game in Mariners history, and 23rd in ML history, Aug. 15, RUNS: 10, 2x, last: 8/15/15 at BOS
2012 in a 1-0 victory over Tampa Bay at Safeco Field (9.0,0,0,0,0,12)…7th PG in MLB STRIKEOUTS: 15, 6/8/14 at TB
history to be decided in a 1-0 game, and 1st in the AL since 1984. WALKS: 6, 4x, last: 4/16/16 at NYY
• Is 32-22 with a 3.32 ERA (172 ER, 465.2 IP) in 69 career GS in August. LOW-HIT GAME (CG): 0, 8/15/12 vs. TB -- Perfect Game
LAST OUTING…tossed a season-low 2.2 innings while allowing 7 runs on 6 hits LONGEST WIN STREAK: 9, 2x, last: 6/23/12-8/27/12
and 2 walks with 1 strikeout in his last outing, a 5-11 Mariners loss at Los Ange- LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 5, 2x, last: 8/17/13-9/27/13
les-AL on July 28…surrendered a solo home run to Mike Trout in the 1st inning…
HERNÁNDEZ vs. BLUE JAYS
with 2 outs in the 2nd inning, allowed 4 consecutive batters to reach (BB, 2B, BB, Félix is making his 17th career start vs. Toronto…is 7-6 with a 4.02 ERA (47
2B) and 3 runs to score before recording the final out…with 2 outs and 2 on in ER, 105.1 IP), 95 strikeouts and 33 walks across 16 career starts, but since
the 3rd inning, issued a 2-RBI single to Ian Kinsler before being relieved by Casey 2015, is 2-0 with a 0.86 ERA (2 ER, 21.0 IP), 19 strikeouts and 6 walks in 3
starts against the Blue Jays…has not faced Toronto since Sept. 21, 2016
Lawrence; Lawrence allowed a 3-run home run to his 1st batter faced. (7.0,2,0,0,3,4)…here's how Félix has fared against current Blue Jays batters:
THIS IS HIS HOUSE…is 4-5 with a 4.06 ERA (43 ER, 64.1 IP) in 11 starts in Safeco
AVG AB H HR RBI BB SO
Field this season while holding opponents to a .245 average (60x245) and .420 J. Donaldson .179 39 7 1 3 2 11
slugging percentage, compared to 4-4, 7.58 in 10 road starts with opponents C. Granderson .259 58 15 2 3 2 21
batting .298 (59x198) and slugging .495...for his career, is 90-62, 3.21 in 201 R. Martin .120 25 3 0 2 2 9
starts in Safeco Field (78-61, 3.41 in 195 road starts). K. Morales .283 53 15 1 8 4 13
CLIMBING THE RANKS…has 2,437 career strikeouts, 42nd-most in Major League K. Pillar .125 8 1 0 0 0 1
history…with 4 more strikeouts, Félix will tie Jamie Moyer for 41st most strike- J. Smoak .333 6 2 0 1 4 1
Y. Solarte .667 3 2 0 0 0 0
outs in MLB history with 2,441…Félix has struck out 4+ batters in 6 of his last D. Travis .167 6 1 0 0 0 0
9 starts.
HE'S BACK…activated from the 10-day disabled list on July 21…originally placed
on the DL on July 10 (retroactive to July 8) with lower back stiffness.
MARINERS RANKINGS
OUT OF THE GATE…in the 1st inning, Félix has posted a 9.43 ERA (22 ER, 21.0 Category Rank # Next Up
IP), while earning a 4.22 ERA (48 ER, 102.1 IP) in the 2nd inning and later…Félix Wins 1st 168 - - - (J. Moyer, 145, is 2nd)
has allowed 3-or-more runs in the 1st inning in 4 of his 21 starts; he's 1-2 in Innings 1st 2615.1 - - - (J. Moyer, 2,093.0, is 2nd)
those games & the Mariners are 2-2...has allowed 1 (5 G) or 0 (10 G) runs in the Strikeouts 1st 2,437 - - - (R. Johnson, 2,162, is 2nd)
Quality Starts 1st 254 - - - (J. Moyer, 188, is 2nd)
1st inning of 14 of his 21 starts; he's 6-6 in those games & the Mariners are 7-8. Starts 1st 396 - - - (J. Moyer, 323, is 2nd)
IMPRESSIVE START…since 2005, has recorded 55 starts in which he has thrown Shutouts 2nd 11 - - - (R. Johnson, 19, is 1st)
at least 6.0 innings and not allowed a run…that total ranks 2nd among starting
pitchers behind only Clayton Kershaw (64)…the next closest pitcher is Justin ALL-TIME STRIKEOUTS
Verlander with 53…during this stretch Félix has recorded 254 quality starts, the 2nd-most in the Major Leagues, Rk. Player K
behind only Verlander (271). 40. Andy Pettitte........................ 2,448
2017 SEASON RECAP…went 6-5 with a 4.36 ERA (42 ER, 86.2 IP) with 78 strikeouts and 26 walks in 16 starts… 41. Jamie Moyer........................ 2,441
placed on the 10-day DL on April 26 with right shoulder inflammation...activated on June 23 after making three 42. Félix Hernández................. 2,437
rehab starts (6/6, 6/11, 6/17 w/AAA Tacoma)...spent a second stint on the 10-day DL on Aug. 5 (retro to Aug. 2) 43. Luis Tiant............................. 2,416
with right shoulder bursitis...activated on Sept. 14. 44. Dennis Eckersley ^.............. 2,401
HE’S OUR LEADER…became the Mariners all-time career leader in strikeouts on April 23, 2016 at the Angels ^Hall of Fame
(previous: Randy Johnson, 2,162)…became the club’s all-time career leader in wins on May 9, 2016 vs. the
Rays (previous: Jamie Moyer, 145)…is the only active pitcher in MLB who holds his current club’s all-time record for career wins and strikeouts…Chica-
go-AL's James Shields holds both records for Tampa Bay, while Arizona's Jorge De La Rosa owns both records for Colorado.
VENEZUELAN PRIDE…Félix is one of two pitchers from Venezuela to win the Cy Young (also: Johan Santana, 2004 & 2006)…among pitchers born in
Venezuela, Félix holds the all-time record for wins, starts, innings pitched and strikeouts.
CAREER…has spent entire pro career with Seattle...6-time All-Star (2009, 2011-15), 2-time ERA champ (2010, 2014), 2010 AL Cy Young Award winner...
is 168-123 with a 3.30 ERA (960 ER, 2615.1 IP) in 396 career starts with 25 CG, 11 ShO, and 1 perfect game…holds Mariners all-time career records for
wins, starts, quality starts (254), innings pitched and strikeouts (2,437).

TOMORROW’S PROBABLE STARTING PITCHER: LHP MARCO GONZALES (12-5, 3.37 ERA)
26-year-old left-hander is scheduled to make his 22nd start of the 2018 season tomorrow vs. Toronto…has won 5 straight starts, allowing just 6 earned runs across 34.1 IP (1.57
ERA) over that span…is one of 7 AL pitchers with at least 12 wins…W#12 in his last start, an 8-5 Mariners win on 7/29 at LAA (6.0,7,2,2,2,7,HR-1)…W#8 was the 1st complete
game of his career, a 4-1 Mariners win on 6/29 vs. KC (9.0,6,1,1,0,7)…has tossed 6.0+ innings in 15 of his last 17 starts (4/24-c), going 11-3 with a 2.72 ERA (33 ER, 109.0 IP)
with 92 strikeouts and 22 walks; has 11 quality starts over that span…2017: Went 1-1 with a 6.08 ERA (27 ER, 40.0 IP) with 32 strikeouts and 11 walks in 11 games (8 starts)…
was acquired from STL on 7/21/17 in exchange for minor league outfielder Tyler O’Neill...posted a 5.40 ERA (22 ER, 36.2 IP) with 30 strikeouts and 11 walks in 10 games (7 starts)
with Seattle. CAREER: Drafted by St. Louis with 19th overall pick in the 2013 MLB Draft out of Gonzaga University…made MLB debut with the Cardinals on June 25, 2014 at
Colorado…is 17-8 with a 4.17 ERA (94 ER, 203.0 IP) with 175 strikeouts in 43 games (35 starts) in parts of 4 Major League seasons with St. Louis (2014-15, 2017) and Seattle
(2017-c)...missed the 2016 season while recovering from ligament replacement surgery on his left elbow…vs. TOR: Will be making his 1st career start vs. Toronto.
2018 MARINERS GAME NOTES • THURSDAY • AUGUST 2, 2018 • VS. TORONTO BLUE JAYS • PAGE 3

TEAM PITCHING
W-L ERA CG/SV IP H R ER BB-I SO HR
Season Totals 63-45 4.06 3/42 966.2 926 461 436 261-16 911 126
Starters 43-30 4.15 3/0 622.0 608 301 287 154-4 544 86
Relievers 20-15 3.89 0/42 344.2 318 160 149 107-12 367 40
Safeco 35-21 3.39 2/25 517.0 453 212 195 145-12 511 61
Road 28-24 4.82 1/17 449.2 473 249 241 116-4 400 65
March/April 16-11 4.90 0/11 237.0 232 130 129 80-2 243 40
May 18-11 3.13 2/9 267.0 228 103 93 77-3 252 20
June 19-9 3.99 1/13 252.2 249 118 112 56-5 226 36
July 10-13 4.21 0/9 201.0 202 102 94 46-6 180 26
August 0-1 8.00 0/0 9.0 15 8 8 2-0 10 4
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
48-Colomé, rhp 7/30 vs. HOU 1.0,1,0,0,1,2 (H) 7/25 vs. SF 5/27 vs. MIN 5/6 vs. TOR (w/TB) 1/3 (.333)^ 26/19 (.731)^ 6/3 (.500)^
39-Díaz, rhp 7/30 vs. HOU 1.0,0,0,0,0,0 (SV) 9/22/17 vs. CLE 7/30 vs. HOU 7/24 vs. SF 40/43 (.930) 53/40 (.755) 2/2 (1.000)
33-Duke, lhp 7/31 vs. HOU 0.1,2,2,2,0,0,HR 6/19 vs. BOS (w/MIN) 8/30/16 at MIL (w/StL) 7/22 at KC (w/MIN) 0/0 (.000)^ 0/0 (.000)^ 0/0 (.000)^
55-Elias, lhp* - DL 7/28 at LAA 1.0,1,0,0,0,1 6/13 vs. LAA --- 6/17/16 vs. SEA (w/BOS) 0/0 (---) 12/8 (.667) 0/0 (---)
12-Nicasio, rhp 8/1 vs. HOU 1.0,2,0,0,1,1 4/20 at TEX 6/28 at BAL 7/27 at LAA 1/7 (.143) 45/29 (.644) 12/9 (.750)
47-Pazos, lhp 8/1 vs. HOU 1.0,1,0,0,0,2 6/28 at BAL --- 5/16 vs. TEX 0/2 (.000) 42/32 (.762) 24/16 (.667)
62-Tuivailala, rhp 7/31 vs. HOU 1.2,2,0,0,0,0 7/24 at CIN (w/StL) --- 6/20 at PHI (w/StL) 0/0 (.000)^ 1/1 (1.000)^ 2/2 (1.000)^
43-Warren, rhp 8/1 vs. HOU 1.0,1,0,0,1,1 8/11/17 vs. BOS (w/NYY) 5/28/17 vs. OAK (w/NYY) 4/8 vs. BAL (w/NYY) 0/0 (.000)^ 1/0 (.000)^ 0/0 (.000)^
50-Vincent, rhp 8/1 vs. HOU 1.2,1,1,1,0,3,HR 5/22 at OAK 9/26/16 at HOU 7/15 at COL 0/1 (.000) 36/28 (.778) 17/8 (.471)
*Relief appearances only ^with Seattle Team Totals 42/58 (.724) 318/219 (.689) 123/75 (.610)

#48 - ALEX COLOMÉ, RHP 2018: 49 G, 3-5, 3.52 ERA, 12-16 SV, 18 HLD #12 - JUAN NICASIO, RHP 2018: 45 G, 1-5, 5.66 ERA, 1-7 SV, 19 HLD
Career-High IP: 7.0-2x (last: 7/1/15 vs. CLE w/TB) 2018-High IP: 1.2 (5/5 vs. TOR w/TB) Career-High IP: 3.0 (4x, 8/17/16 at MIL w/PIT) 2018-High IP: 2.0 (4/26 vs. MIN)
• w/Seattle - 26 G: 1-0, 1-for-3 SV, 18 holds, 2.96 ERA (24.1 IP, 21 H, 8 ER, 26 K). • Leader - His 19 holds are 4th in AL (M. Barnes-BOS, is 1st w/23).
• He’s a Winner - Seattle is 22-4 when he appears in a game. • Strikes - Ranks 2nd ML/1st AL among relievers w/ a 10.40 K/BB ratio (52 K, 5 BB).
• Tough - Left-handed hitters are 15x80/.188 this season with 32 strikeouts. • Really, He’s Been Pretty Good - 12 of 26 ER allowed this season came in
• Lately - Has not allowed a run in last 13 G (6/30-c): 1-0, 9 holds; 12.2,10,0,0,4,16. 3G (0.2 IP/162.0 ERA); has allowed 14 ER in other 42 G (40.2 IP/3.10 ERA).
• Last Game - Tossed ShO 8th inning 7/29 at LAA (2 K) for Hold #17. • Lately - Has allowed 2 R in last 8 G (7/14-c), striking out 8 w/1 BB (6.1 IP, 6 H).
• 1st SEA Win - W #3 (#1 w/SEA), tossing ShO 8th inning 7/25 vs. SF (1 H, 1 K). • Last Game - Tossed ShO 9th 8/1 vs. HOU (2 H, 1 BB, 1 SO).
• Snap - Had streak of 11 consecutive saves converted snapped 6/20 (4/9-5/27). • L #5 - Allowed solo HR in B10th (his 2nd inning of work) 7/27 at LAA.
• SEA Debut - 1-2-3 9th for SV #12 in 3-1 win vs. MIN 5/27 on 1st day w/club. • SV #1 - June 28 at BAL w/1-2-3 10th in 4-2 win.
• Join the Club - Acquired from TB on May 25 (w/Denard Span)...reported 5/27. • Ouch - Touched up for 4 H, 5 ER in 0.1 IP 6/22 at BOS (BS #4 / L #4).
• April Showers - Was 2-3, w/5 SV (2 BS) & 6.00 ERA (12.0 IP, 19 H, 8 ER) in 13 • DL - On DL June 8 (retro to 6/7)-18 with right knee effusion.
games in April, but was 7-7 in SV OPS in May with a 1.54 ERA (11.2 IP, 6 H, 2 ER). • On A Roll - In 5G 5/26-6/5 struck out 14 of 20 BF (2 H, 0 BB, 0 R).
• With the Rays - Recorded 11 SV (in 13 OP) w/2-5 4.15 mark in 23 G w/ • Pow! - 6-up, 6-down w/5 Ks in season-high 2.0 IP, 5/26 vs. MIN.
TB...21.2 IP, 24 H, 12 R, 10 ER, 8 BB, 23 K, 1 HR. • L#2 - Recorded the loss 5/13 at DET, allowing 1 R on 3 H in 0.0 IP in 9th.
• 2017 - Led the Majors w/47 saves, including MLB-high 6 of 4+ outs. • BS #1 - Allowed 2R HR in 8th inning 5/2 vs. OAK for 1st BS of year.
• All-Star - AL All-Star with Tampa Bay in 2016. • Streak - Did not allow a run in 7 G (4/16-5/1): 7.0 IP, 2 H, 0R, 0 BB, 8 K.
• Career - Prior to trade to SEA, spent entire career w/TB, debuting in 2013. • W #1 - Worked shutout 8th in 2-2 tie, 4/20 at TEX.
#39 - EDWIN DÍAZ, RHP 2018: 53 G, 0-3, 2.04 ERA, 40-43 SV, 0 HLD • Off the Hook - Allowed a walk and a single to begin the 8th on 4/11 at KC, but
got out of the inning without giving up a run (1.0,1,0,0,1,1).
Career-High IP: 2.2 (6/14/16 at TB) 2018-High IP: 1.1 (4/21 at TEX) • Leave ‘Em Loaded - 5 up, 5 down, stranding inherited based loaded, 4/7 at MIN.
• Ring ‘Em Up - Has struck out 87 of 200 batters faced (43.5%) this season. • Career - Has appeared in parts of 8 Major League seasons with Colorado
• Leaderboard - His 87 strikeouts are most among AL relievers (D. Betances (2011-14), Los Angeles-NL (2015), Pittsburgh (2016-17), Philadelphia (2017,
-NYY, 77)…his 40 saves lead MLB (C. Kimbrel-BOS, 33). St. Louis (2017) and Seattle (2018-c)…originally signed with Colorado as a
• K/9.0 IP - His 14.77 Ks per 9.0 IP (87 K, 53.0 IP) rank 3rd among AL relievers. non-drafted free agent on Aug. 21, 2006.
• Dominant - Opposing hitters are 27-for-181 (.149) w/87 Ks this season.
• Mr. Perfect - Mariners are 43-0 in his 43 save ops (have won all 3 of his BS) #47 - JAMES PAZOS, LHP 2018: 42 G, 2-1, 2.31 ERA, 0-2 SV, 16 HLD
...Seattle is 48-0 when he enters a game with a lead this season. Career-High IP: 2.2 (4/22 at TEX) 2018-High IP: 2.2 (4/22 at TEX)
• 1-derful - Has 21 saves in 1-run games, most in the Majors. • Last Game - Tossed ShO 8th 8/1 vs. HOU (1 H, 2 K).
• SV #40 - Recorded 40th Save w/1-2-3 9th vs. HOU 7/30 in 2-0 win...is 4th • Lately - Has not allowed a run in last 5G (7/21-c: 3.0 IP, 3 H, 4 K) and has
pitcher in club history to record 40+ saves in a season, joining J.J. Putz (40 in allowed runs in just 1 of last 12G (6/25-c: 9.0,8,3,3,3,7), a 3-spot @COL 7/13.
‘07), Kazuhiro Sasaki (45 in ‘01) and Fernando Rodney (48 in ‘14). • W #2 - Tossed ShO 9th in 4-2, 10-inning win at BAL 6/28.
• July - Was 9-for-9 in save ops and posted a 0.00 ERA in 10G (10.0,2,1,0,2,19). • Snapped - Allowed 1 run on 5/16 vs. TEX, snapping his streak of 14.0 consec-
• All-Star - Winning pitcher in ‘18 ASG, but allowed 1 H (2R HR) for blown save. utive scoreless innings…during the streak (4/10-5/15), went 1-0 with 4 holds
• Good Start - His 36 saves were most in club history before the All-Star Break while recording 12 strikeouts, 0 walks and 4 HBP.
(K. Sasaki, 29, ‘01) & 2nd most in MLB history (F. Rodriguez, LAA, 38 in ’08). • BS #2 - Charged with blown save after inheriting bases loaded, no outs jam 5/29.
• Good Company - 1 of 2 pitchers in MLB history with 30+ SV & 70+ K prior to • W #1 - ShO 7th inning 5/14 at MIN in 1-0 game.
the ASB (E. Gagne-LAD, 2003: 31 SV/76 K). • Go Long - Career high 2.2 IP on 4/22 at TEX (2.2,1,0,0,0,2,HB).
• SV #38 - Struck out the side (3 BF) in 3-2 win, 7/25 vs. SF. • 2 for 1 - 1st pitch GIDP to strand pair of runners 4/15 vs. OAK.
• SV#37 - 1 K & 1 BB in 1.0 ShO IP in 3-1 win July 20 vs. CWS. • 2018 Debut - Allowed HR to 1st BF 4/4 at San Francisco (1.0 IP, 3 H, 1 ER).
• SV#32 - Struck out the side (3 BF) in 1-0 win July 1 vs. KC...was his 5th save in a #62 - SAM TUIVAILALA, RHP 2018 (w/SEA): 1 G, 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 0-0 SV, 0 HLD
1-0 win this season, and the 5th time he’s tossed a 1-2-3 inning (14 K in 15 BF). Career-High IP: 3.0 (8/20/17 at PIT w/StL) 2018-High IP: 2.0 (4x, 6/27 vs. CLE w/StL)
• SV #30 - Notched 3rd save in 3 days (6/25-27) in 8-7 win June 27 @BAL (1 H, 2 K).
• Mariners Debut - Tossed 1.2 ShO IP 7/31 vs. HOU (2 H).
• SV#27 - Struck out the side (3 BF) in 1-0 win June 16 vs. BOS.
• Rough on Right - RH batters are hitting .228 (18x79) w/2 XBH this season.
• BS #2 - 1 R on 2 H June 1 vs. TB; Seattle won in 13.
• Go Long - Has worked more than 1.0 IP 9x this season: 3 ER, 15.2 IP/1.72 ERA.
• L #2 - Allowed 3H, BB in 0.1 IP and charged with 4R in 9-5 loss vs. TEX 5/29.
• Welcome - Acquired from St. Louis 7/27 for MiLB rhp Seth Elledge.
• SV #18 - Nailed down 2-1 win 5/25 vs. MIN for career SV #70; 4th on SEA
• w/St Louis - 31 G: 3-3, 0-for-0 SV, 4 holds, 3.69 ERA (31.2 IP, 35 H, 13 ER, 26 K).
all-time saves list (#3 M. Schooler, 98; #5 D. Aardsma, 69).
• Converted - Was converted to pitcher (from SS) in 2012.
• SV #17 - Struck out the side (3 BF) protecting 1-0 lead 5/23 at OAK.
• Career - Has appeared in parts of 4 Major League seasons with St. Louis
• SV #14 - Struck out the side (3 BF) protecting 1-0 lead 5/14 at MIN.
(2014-c) and was 6-7, 3.65 (40 ER, 98.2 IP) in 96 relief appearances prior to
• L #1 - Allowed solo HR (Canha) 5/2 vs. OAK to snap 2-2 tie in 9th in 3-2 loss.
trade...was Cards 3rd round pick in 2010 Draft.
• POM - Named Hartford Presents AL Reliever of the Month for April.
• SV #11 - Recorded 3rd save in 3 days (4/24-26) 4/26 at CLE, all protecting #43 - ADAM WARREN, RHP 2018: 25 G, 0-1, 2.61 ERA, 0-0 SV, 2 HLD
1-run leads; combined line: 3.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 6 K. Career-Hi IP: 8.0 (6/19/15 vs. DET w/NYY) 2018-High IP: 2.2 (3x-7/28 v.s KC w/NYY)
• SV #1 - SV#1 in 2018 season debut on 3/29 vs. CLE (1.0,0,0,0,0,3,2HB,BK). • w/Seattle - 1 G: 0-0, 0-for-0 SV, 0 holds, 0.00 ERA (1.0 IP, 1 H, 0 ER, 1 K).
#33 - ZACH DUKE, LHP 2018: 46 G, 3-4, 4.06 ERA, 0-3 SV, 12 HLD • Tough to Hit - Averaging 11.03 K’s per 9.0 IP (38 K, 31.0 IP).
Career-Hi IP: 9.0 (4x-4/13/09 vs. HOU w/PIT) 2018-High IP: 1.1 (3x-7/25 at TOR /wMIN) • Last Game - Made SEA debut 8/1 vs. HOU w/ShO IP (1 H, 1 BB, 1 K).
• Welcome - Acquired 7/30 from NYY in exchange for International Slot.
• w/Seattle - 1 G: 0-0, 0-for-0 SV, 0 holds, 54.00 ERA (0.1 IP, 2 H, 2 ER, 0 K).
• w/New York - 24 G: 0-1, 0-for-0 SV, 2 holds, 2.70 ERA (9 ER, 30.0 IP).
• Last Game - Allowed 2R HR in 1st Mariners appearance, 7/31 vs. HOU.
• DL - On 10-day DL with strained back April 21-June 4, including rehab as-
• Tough on Left - Lefties are hitting .258 (16x62) w/3 XBH (1 HR) off Zach.
signment with AAA Scranton Wilkes-Barre.
• 299 - Has made 299 appearances since start of 2014, 4th-most among LHP.
• Career - Pitched in parts of 7 ML seasons with New York (2012-18) and Cubs
• Gamer - 10th among active LHP in games (514).
(2016)...prior to trade had pitched in 275 games, including making 21 starts.
• Acquired - From MIN July 30 for C. De Jong (rhp) & R. Costello (inf).
• With MIN - Was 3-4 w/12 holds, 3.62 ERA (15 ER, 37.1 IP) IN 45 games. #50 - NICK VINCENT, RHP 2018: 37 G, 3-2, 4.68 ERA, 0-1 SV, 10 HLD
• Diverse - 1 of 3 active pitchers w/150+ relief appearances & 150 starts in career. Career-High IP: 3.0 (5/31/13 vs. TOR w/SD) 2018-High IP: 1.2 (2x-8/1 vs. HOU)
#55 - ROENIS ELIAS, LHP 2018: 13 G/1 GS, 2-0, 2.88 ERA, 0-0 SV, 0 HLD • Last Game - Allowed 3R HR to 1st BF before retiring 5 straight 8/1 vs. HOU.
• Good Run - Allowed 1 ER in 9 G June 24-July 27: 0-1, 1.13, 8.0,3,2,1,3,6,HR.
Career-Hi IP: 9.0 (6/1/14 vs. DET) 2018-High IP: 4.0 (6/9 at TB)
• L #2 - On walkoff HR to 1st BF, July 15 at COL.
• Ouch - Placed on 10-day DL (retro to 7/29) w/left triceps strain. • He’s Back - 1st game since return from DL, 6/22 at BOS (2 ER, 0.1 IP, 3 H, HR).
• Last Game - Tossed ShO 9th inning (1 H, 1 K) 7/28 at LAA. • Ouch - Left game 5/26 vs. MIN w/strained right groin...on 10-Day DL 5/27-6/21.
• Start - Made 1st start of the season in 3-4 loss to SF on 7/24 (3.2,6,2,2,1,5). • Before DL - Was 2-1, 2.13 (3 ER, 12.2 IP) in last 13 G April 28-May 27...did not
• W #2 - Scoreless 8th, 9th innings in Seattle’s 8-6 comeback win, 6/13 vs. LAA. allow an earned run in 11 of 13 outings...3 BB, 12 K over that span.
• Debut / W #1 - Tossed 2.0 ShO IP (12th & 13th) 6/1 vs. TB for win in SEA debut. • Hold It - His 56 holds since 2016 rank 5th-most in MLB during that span.
• Welcome Back - Recalled from AAA Tacoma June 1. • W#3 - Tossed 1.1 ShO IP (1 H) in 10-inning win on 5/22 at OAK.
• At AAA Tacoma - 2-4, 4.94 ERA (17 ER, 31.0 IP) w/27K, 12 BB in 7 G (6 GS). • W#2 - W#2 Allowed 1 hit in scoreless 11th inning on 5/20 vs. DET.
• Acquired - Acquired from BOS April 23 for cash considerations. • Nails - K’d all 4 batters faced 4/20 at TEX, stranding 2 inherited runners.
• At AAA Pawtucket - 1-0, 1.23 (1 ER, 7.1 IP) w/1 SV, 9 K, 2 BB in 4 games (0 GS). • W#1 - Retired the Royals in order in the 7th in Seattle’s 4-2 win over KC on 4/11.
• 2017 - Missed most of 2017 on DL with right oblique strain. • 2018 Debut - Allowed 1 R on 3 H in 2018 season debut 3/29 vs. CLE.
• Career - Prior to 2018, was 15-21, 4.20 (134 ER, 287.0 IP) w/244 K & 114 BB
in 55 G (50 GS) with Mariners (2014-15) and Red Sox (2016-17).
2018 MARINERS GAME NOTES • THURSDAY • AUGUST 2, 2018 • VS. TORONTO BLUE JAYS • PAGE 4

SEATTLE HITTERS vs. TORONTO BLUE JAYS


2018 CAREER HR @
AVG AB H HR RBI AVG AB H HR RBI SAFECO
N. Cruz .200 10 2 0 1 .298 325 97 22 79 76
D. Gordon .300 10 3 0 0 .174 23 4 0 0 1
M. Haniger .300 10 3 0 3 .214 14 3 0 3 16
R. Healy .333 12 4 1 1 .220 50 11 4 12 16
G. Heredia .000 6 0 0 0 .171 35 6 0 0 6
C. Herrmann --- 0 0 0 0 .091 22 2 1 2 1
C. Maybin --- 0 0 0 0 .204 49 10 0 0 2
A. Romine .600 5 3 0 0 .257 70 18 1 3 0
K. Seager .250 12 3 2 5 .288 177 51 9 26 63
J. Segura .438 16 7 0 1 .367 60 22 0 2 12
D. Span .182 11 2 0 2 .243 152 37 3 12 1
M. Zunino .250 12 3 2 3 .237 59 14 3 7 46

#23 - NELSON CRUZ, OF/DH vs. Clippard: .333/1x3, HR, RBI, K #10 - CAMERON MAYBIN, OF vs. Clippard: .500/4x82B, 2 RBI, 3 K, HBP
Last Game: 1x4, R, HR, RBI, 8/1 vs. HOU Current Streak: 1 G (1x4) Last Game: 1x2, R, 2 BB, 8/1 vs. HOU Current Streak: 2 G (2x4)
Homestand: 2x11, R, 2B, HR, 3 RBI, HBP, 3 K Last HR: 8/1 vs. HOU (#26) Homestand: 1x2, R, 2 BB Last HR: 7/28 at LAA (#4)
Season-Highs: streak: 8 (6/16-24)…hits: 4-2x (6/22 at BOS)…RBI: 7 (6/22 at BOS) Season-Highs: streak: 6 (7/3-9)…hits: 3-3x (7/15 vs. PHI)…RBI: 2-3x (6/25 vs. ARI)
• Hot Hand - Is batting .301 (55x183) with 33 R, 5 2B, 3B, 18 HR, 43 RBI, 24 • Debut - Made Mariners debut 8/1 vs. HOU, going 1-for-2 with 2 walks.
BB in last 53 G (5/28-c)…season-high 8 G hit streak: 6/16-24 (14x31/.452). • Welcome To Seattle - Acquired by the Mariners from the Marlings in ex-
• Sky Full of Stars - Named to his 6th career All-Star Game, 5th in last 6 sea- change for INF Bryson Brigman and Intl. slot money on July 31.
sons…drew a walk in his only plate appearance at the Midsummer Classic. • Miami Recap - Hit .251 (63x251) with 20 R, 12 2B, 3B, 3 HR, 20 RBI, 32 BB
• Boomstick - From 5/26–6/22, hit 13 home runs in 26 games, including 2 multi-ho- and 8 SB in 99 games with Miami.
mer games: 6/11 vs. LAA and 6/22 at BOS…has 26 career multi-HR games. • Career - 12-year ML veteran with DET (2007 & 2016), SD (2011-14), ATL
• Big Day - 4x5 (13th career 4H game) w/2 HR (25th career 2 HR G) and 7 RBI (2015), LAA (2017), HOU (2017) and MIA (2008-10 & 2018)...originally select-
(5th career 7+ RBI G) 6/22 at BOS; had pair of 3R HR. ed by the Tigers in the 1st round (10th overall) of the 2005 MLB First-Year
• Milestone - Recorded his 1500th career hit (RBI-single) on 6/16 vs. BOS. Player Draft out of T.C. Roberson High School (Asheville, NC)
• DL Stint - On the 10-day DL with a sprained right ankle from April 3 (retro to #7 - ANDREW ROMINE, INF vs. Clippard: Never Faced
4/1) to April 14...left game on 3/31 with a sprained right ankle. Last Game: 1x4, RBI, K Current Streak: 1 G (1x4)
• Boom - HR #1 (off Kluber) on 1st pitch he saw in 2018; 2R HR were only runs Homestand: 1x9, RBI, BB, 5 K Last HR: 7/14/17 vs. TOR (w/DET)
in 2-1 Opening Night Seattle win...HR #2 3/31 vs. CLE in 2nd game.
Season-Highs: streak: 6 (6/21-7/6)…hits: 3-2x (6/22 at BOS)…RBI: 1 (8/1 vs. HOU)
#9 - DEE GORDON, OF vs. Clippard: .125/1x8, K • Lately - Is 10x34/.294 w/5 R, 1 RBI, 1 BB over his last 17 games (6/14-c).
Last Game: 0x4, 8/1 vs. HOU Current Streak: 0 G (0x6) • Streak - Equaled his career-high by hitting safely in 6 consecutive games,
Homestand: 1x12, 3 K Last HR: 4/1 vs. CLE (#1) 6/21–7/6…went 8-for-18 (.444) with 3 runs over that span.
Season-Highs: streak: 12 (3/29-3/14)…hits: 5 (5/1 vs. OAK)…RBI: 2-3x (last: 6/20 at NYY) • Now Pitching - Made his 5th career pitching appearance on 7/12 at LAA…
• Leader - T2nd in MLB/1st in AL w/25 steals…also leads ML with 33 infield allowed 2 runs on 2 hits and 1 walk in 1.0 inning…retired Trout and Pujols.
hits, ahead of Jean Segura (25), and is T2nd in MLB in bunt hits (8). • Versatile - Has appeared at 1B, 2B, 3B, SS, LF, CF and P this season.
• Tablesetter - The Mariners are 45-26 (.634) when he records a hit, 11-16 • Nice Night - 3x4 w/2 runs scored 6/22 at BOS as starting SS.
(.407) when he goes hitless…is batting .355 (32x90) when leading off a game. #15 - KYLE SEAGER, 3B vs. Clippard: 0x3, BB
• Run - Recorded the 300th stolen base of his career, 7/3 vs. LAA…became 1 Last Game: 0x5, K, 7/29 at LAA Current Streak: 0 G (0x15)
of 3 active players with 300+ career steals (also: José Reyes & Rajai Davis). Homestand: --- Last HR: 7/4 vs. LAA (#16)
• Streak - 11G hit streak (6/12-23): 18x49/.367 w/8 R, 2B, 3 RBI, HBP, BB.
Season-Hi: streak: 6 (6/10-16)…hits: 3-4x (last: 6/27 at BAL)…RBI: 5 (5/10 at TOR)
• Ouch - On the 10-day DL with fractured great toe on right foot, 5/22-31.
• Nice Stretch - Hit .630 (17x27), 7 R, 3 2B, RBI, HBP, 5 SB, 4/28-5/4. • He’s Having a Baby - On the paternity list, July 30-Aug. 1...activated Aug. 2.
• High Five - Went 5-for-5 on 5/1 vs. OAK, becoming 1st Mariner w/5 hits • Left is Right - 2nd in ML with 30 RBI vs. LHP…has 5 HR vs. LHP.
since Mitch Haniger (9/30/17 at LAA)…had 4+ hits in back-to-back games, 1 • Road Warrior - Ranks 5th in ML w/40 RBI on the road…has 12 HR on the road.
of 3 players in club history to do so (also: Kendrys Morales & Ichiro Suzuki). • Load ‘Em Up - Is 4-for-9 (.444) w/2 2B, 1 HR and 14 RBI with bases loaded.
• Boom - Slugged game-tying 2R HR in T9th off Zach Britton on 6/27 at BAL;
#17 - MITCH HANIGER, OF vs. Clippard: Never Faced just 2nd HR Britton allowed to LHH in last 250 appearances (start of 2014).
Last Game: 1x4, K, 8/1 vs. HOU Current Streak: 2 G (2x8) • Good Day - Belted 2 homers, incl. a grand slam, and had 5 RBI on 5/10 at
Homestand: 2x11, RBI, 3 K, SB Last HR: 7/10 at LAA (#18) TOR…marked his 7th career 2-HR game (last: 7/7/15 at NYY) and his 5th career
Season-Highs: streak: 7-2x (last: 4/18-24)…hits: 3-5x (6/30 vs. KC)…RBI: 4 (4/13 vs. OAK) 5-RBI game (last: 6/2/16 at SD)…career-high is 6 RBI, set 5/26/15 at TB.
• Hey Now - Named to his 1st career All-Star Game, where he went 0-for-2 • 1,000 - Career hit #1,000, 4/7 at MIN…1 of 9 players in club history w/1,000 H.
as a defensive replacement. #2 - JEAN SEGURA, SS vs. Clippard: 0x2, 2 K
• Winner - T2nd in ML w/13 game-winning RBI (José Ramírez-CLE, 14)…Hani- Last Game: 0x4, K, 8/1 vs. HOU Current Streak: 0 G (0x5)
ger’s last GWRBI: 6/23 at BOS (RBI 2B in 1st).
Homestand: 3x12, 3 R, HR, RBI, 2 K Last HR: 7/31 vs. HOU (#8)
• Leader - Ranks 14th in ML/6th in AL in RBI (69)…already surpassed previ-
ous career high of 47 RBI set in 2017. Season-Highs: streak: 8 (5/24-6/2)…hits: 4 (5/10 at TOR)…RBI: 4 (4/28 at CLE)
• Go Long - HR in back-to-back games 6/12-6/13, w/3 total HR, incl. walk off. • Leader - Ranks 1st in MLB w/15 G of 3+ hits, T2nd in ML in hits (130); T6th in
• Walk Off - 2R HR in B9th 6/13 vs. LAA snapped 6-6 tie; 2nd career walk-off multi-hit G (38), 8th in ML in batting (.315) and T10th in R (72).
hit (also: solo HR in B13th 6/1 vs. TB).. • Heating Up - Has 26 multi-hit G in his last 67 G (5/9-c), incl. 4-hits, 5/10 at TOR…bat-
• HR Happy - Homered in 4 straight games, 4/20-23; homered in back-to- ting .333 (90x270) w/49 R, 16 2B, 3B, 6 HR, 27 RBI, 2 HBP, 14 BB, 10 SB in those G.
back games three other times this season (3/31-4/1, 4/13-14, 6/12-13). • ASG Recap - Went 2-for-2 with 2 R, 1 H & 3 RBI at the All-Star Game…7th
player in ASG history to match that stat line…the 6th Mariners player to homer
#27 - RYON HEALY, INF vs. Clippard: .250/1x4, K, GIDP
in the All-Star Game (also: K. Griffey Jr., E. Martinez, A. Rodriguez, I. Suzuki
Last Game: 0x4, K, 7/31 vs. HOU Current Streak: 0 G (0x4) and R. Canó)…his 3 RBI are the most by a Mariners player in a All-Star game.
Homestand: 1x7, K Last HR: 7/25 vs. SF (#21) • #SentSegura - Won AL Final Vote, earning final roster spot on AL All-Star team.
Season-Hi: streak: 6 (last: 5/10-15)…hits: 4 (6/30 vs. KC)…RBI: 6 (7/22 vs. CWS) • 100 - Finished the 1st half with 120 hits in 90 games…is the 2nd player in club his-
• Ouch - Removed from the lineup prior to the game with stiff low back, 8/1 tory to record at least 120 hits prior to the All-Star Break (also: Ichiro Suzuki, 6x).
vs. HOU. • Eight - Season-high 8G hit streak, 5/24-6/2 (.516/6x13, 10 R, 3 2B, HR, 4 RBI, 3 BB).
• Boom! - Belted two 3-run home runs, 7/22 vs. CWS, setting a career-high w/6 • Green Light - Tallied career-high 4 SB on 5/15 vs. TEX, equaling the sin-
RBI…1 of 5 Mariners w/two 3-R HR in a game (last: N. Cruz, 6/22/18 at BOS). gle-game club record (done 7x by 6 players, last: Ichiro Suzuki, 8/4/10 vs. TEX).
• Hot & Cold - Hit safely in 11 of 13 G, 6/11-24 (.333/16x48, 7 R, 2B, 5 HR, #4 - DENARD SPAN, OF vs. Clippard: 0x3
9 RBI, 2 BB), but was 1-for-22/.045 (R, HR, 2 RBI, BB) over 5 G, 6/25-29… Last Game: 2x3, 3B, BB, 7/31 vs. HOU Current Streak: 4 G (7x16)
since 6/30, is 20-for-85 (.235) w/7 R, 2B, 6 HR and 17 RBI in last 23 G. Homestand: 3x7, R, 3B, BB Last HR: 6/25 at BAL (#7)
• Ribbies - Tallied 5 RBI on 7/8 vs. COL, going 2-for-4 with R, 2B, HR, 5 RBI.
Season-Hi: streak: 6-2x (last: 6/2-10)…hits: 3 (7/6 vs. COL)…RBI: 3-3x (4/21 vs MIN)
• Big Day - Equaled career-high w/4 H, 6/30 vs. KC…4x4, HR, 3 RBI.
• Walk it off - Hit walk-off 2B w/1 out in B11th on 5/5 vs. LAA...3rd career • Order Matters - 12-for-29 (.414) w/2 2B, 3B, HR & 3 RBI when batting 3rd this season.
walk-off hit (also: HR - 5/7/17 vs. DET w/OAK & HR - 7/23/16 vs. TB w/OAK). • In a Pinch - Recorded a pinch-hit, 2-run double in 8th to give Seattle 7-6 lead
• Ouch - On 10-day DL April 9 (retro to 4/8)–25 w/sprained right ankle. on 6/15 vs. BOS…is batting .500 (4x8) w/2 2B, 4 RBI and 3 BB as a pinch-hit-
ter this season (combined between TB & SEA).
#5 - GUILLERMO HEREDIA, OF vs. Clippard: Never Faced • Late and Great - Ranks T10th in the AL with 22 RBI in the 7th inning and later.
Last Game: 2x4, 8/1 vs. HOU Current Streak: 1 G (2x4) • Impact Arrival - Since joining the Mariners (5/28-c), is batting .301 (47x156)
Homestand: 2x6 Last HR: 7/28 at LAA (#4) with 18 R, 8 2B, 3 3B, 4 HR, 18 RBI and 12 BB in 48 G.
Season-Highs: streak: 5 (last: 7/4-8)…hits: 3 (5/17 vs. DET)…RBI: 2 (4/7 at MIN) • Welcome to Seattle - Acquired by Seattle along with Alex Colomé (rhp)
• Department of Defense - Has not committed an error so far this season…is from TB for Andrew Moore (rhp), Tommy Romero (rhp) & cash on May 25.
1 of 10 qualifying outfielders with a 1.000 fielding percentage. • Ray Matter - Hit .238 (34x43), 27 R, 3B, 4 HR, 28 RBI, 28 BB & 6 BB in 43 G w/ TB.
• Hot... .333 (18x54) w/5 R, 4 2B, 3B, 3 RBI, HBP, 7 BB, .419 OBP in 17 G (5/15– #3 - MIKE ZUNINO, C vs. Clippard: BB
6/1)...Cold... .138 (11x80) w/6 R, 2 2B, 2 RBI, 7 BB, 20 K in 31 G (6/2-7/3)...And Last Game: 1x4, R, 2 K, 8/1 vs. HOU Current Streak: 1 G (1x4)
Warming Again... hitting .250 (14x56) with 6 R, 3 2B, 2 HR, 5 RBI (7/4-c). Homestand: 1x7, R, 3 K Last HR: 7/27 at LAA (#13)
• Walk Off - 2nd career walk-off hit on 5/15 vs. TEX was an RBI-1B in B11.
Season-Highs: streak: 4 (5/30-6/2)…hits: 2-8x (6/15 vs. BOS)…RBI: 3-2x (last: 7/29 at LAA)
• Total Recall - Optioned to AAA Tacoma on April 22 and recalled 5/1.
• Welcome Back - Activated from the 10-day DL (left ankle bone bruise) prior
#26 - CHRIS HERRMANN, C vs. Clippard: 1.000/1x1 to game on 7/22…went 1-for-5 w/1 RBI in 2 G on rehab assignment w/AAA.
Last Game: 0x4, 2 K, 7/31 vs. HOU Current Streak: 0 G (0x4) • Walk it off - Hit walk-off home run w/2 out in B12th IP 5/26 vs. MIN...marked
Homestand: 0x4, 2 K Last HR: 7/5 vs. LAA (#1) his 3rd career game-ending hit & 2nd career walk-off HR, last: June 7, 2017
Season-Highs: streak: 3 (7/10-14)…hits: 2 (6/23 at BOS)…RBI: 1-2x (7/14 at COL) vs. MIN (HR B9 off B. Kintzler)...blast hit Edgar’s sign on 2nd deck facade.
• Boom - Hit 1st HR as a Mariner with a solo blast with 1 out in 7th on 7/5 vs. LAA. • Clutch - Hit 2-run HR to tie game 2-2 in 7th inning w/1 out (off Cahill) on 5/22
• On the Mend - On the 10-day DL with right oblique strain, 5/30-6/18...included at OAK; Mariners won 3-2 in 10 innings.
5-G rehab stint w/AAA Tacoma, 6/13-17 (.167/2x12, 2 R, 2B, 2 RBI, HBP 2 BB).
• Welcome - Selected from AAA Tacoma May 27...started at catcher, going 1-for-4.
• Tacoma - Hit .266 (33x124), w/24 R, 2 2B, 3B, 6 HR, 22 RBI & 34 BB in 37 G.
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SCORE BY INNINGS
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 X Total
Mariners 77 47 47 55 45 43 55 51 21 11 452
Opponent 65 46 39 54 55 67 56 38 38 3 461

MARINER HOME RUNS Player Solo 2R 3R GS Total


RECORD BY HOME RUN… 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Canó 1 2 1 -- 4
16-19
26-18 10-5 6-3 5-0 0-0 0-0 Cruz 14 9 3 -- 26
Freitas 1 -- -- -- 1
HOME RUNS BY POSITION… Total C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF DH PH P Gamel 1 -- -- -- 1
121 15 23 4 16 8 7 4 17 27 0 0 Gordon 1 -- -- -- 1
Haniger 9 7 2 -- 18
Grand Slams (1): Kyle Seager, 5/10 at TOR Healy 12 6 3 -- 21
Back-to-Back (1): Kyle Seager & Ryon Healy, 7/4 vs. LAA Heredia 3 1 -- -- 4
Inside-the-Park (0): None Herrmann 1 -- -- -- 1
Pinch-Hit (0): None Motter 1 -- -- -- 1
Leadoff (0): None Romine -- -- -- -- 0
Game-Ending (3): Mike Zunino, 5/26 vs. MIN; Mitch Haniger, 2x: 6/1 vs. TB & 6/13 vs. LAA Seager 8 6 1 1 16
Game-Winning in Last AB on Road (0): None Segura 6 1 1 -- 8
Multi (8): Nelson Cruz, 3x: 6/11 vs. LAA (2), 6/22 at BOS (2), 7/28 at LAA (2); Ryon Healy, 3x: 4/29 at CLE Span* 4 -- -- -- 4
(2), 6/12 vs. LAA (2), 7/22 vs. CWS (2); Kyle Seager, 5/10 at TOR (2); Mitch Haniger, 6/12 vs. LAA (2). Vogelbach 1 1 -- -- 2
Zunino 6 6 1 -- 13
Team 69 39 12 1 121
*Seattle only Runs via HR: 187
DISABLED LIST
Name TYPE DL Dates Eligible Injury G Missed Team Record
Roenis Elias 10-Day July 31 (retro to 7/29) Aug. 8 Left triceps strain 2 0-2
Dan Altavilla-rhp 60-Day June 8 (retro to 6/7) Aug. 6 Right elbow UCL sprain 47 25-22
Erasmo Ramírez-rhp 10-Day May 1 May 11 Strained right Teres Major 81 47-34
David Phelps-rhp 60-Day March 28 (retro to 3/26) May 26 Recovering - “Tommy John” surgery on right arm 108 63-45
Nelson Cruz-DH 10-Day April 3 (retro to 4/1)-April 13 Sprained right ankle 9 6-3
Ben Gamel-of 10-Day March 28 (retro to 3/26)-April 17 Strained right oblique 15 9-6
Mike Zunino-c 10-Day March 30 (retro to 3/27)-April 19 Strained left oblique 17 9-8
Erasmo Ramírez-rhp 10-Day March 28 (retro to 3/26)-April 21 Strained right latissimus dorsi 19 11-8
Ryon Healy-inf 10-Day April 8 (retro to 4/8)-April 25 Sprained right ankle 16 9-7
Dan Altavilla-rhp 10-Day May 1 (retro to 4/30)-May 12 (#2) Right AC joint inflammation 10 5-5
Robinson Canó-inf 10-Day May 14 Fractured fifth metacarpal bone in right hand 1 1-0
Dee Gordon-inf 10-Day May 22 (retro to 4/21)-May 31 Fractured right great toe 9 6-3
Juan Nicasio 10-Day June 8 (retro to 6/7)-June 17 Right knee effusion 10 7-3
Chris Herrmann-c 10-Day May 30-June 17 Strained right oblique 18 13-5
Nick Vincent-rhp 10-Day May 27-June 21 Strained right groin 24 15-9
Félix Hernández-rhp 10-Day July 10 (retro to 7/8)-July 20 Lower back stiffness 7 2-5
Mike Zunino-c 10-Day July 5-July 21 Left ankle bone bruise 12 4-8
James Paxton-lhp 10-Day July 13-July 29 Lower back inflammation 11 4-7

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
Andreoli -- -- -- -- 0-1 -- 1-0 -- -- Andreoli -- -- -- -- -- -- 0-1 1-0 --
Beckham -- 7-3 -- 1-0 -- -- -- -- -- Beckham -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0 2-0 5-3
Canó -- 21-17 -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0 Canó -- -- 22-17 -- -- -- -- -- --
Cruz -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 53-37 Cruz -- -- 2-4 51-33 -- -- -- -- --
Freitas -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 13-13 -- Freitas -- -- -- -- -- -- 0-1 3-2 10-10
Gamel -- -- -- -- 26-13 0-3 7-4 -- -- Gamel -- 1-0 -- -- 1-0 4-1 16-10 9-6 2-3
Gordon -- 33-21 -- -- -- 22-17 -- -- 0-1 Gordon 55-39 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Haniger -- -- -- -- -- 5-4 55-40 -- 1-0 Haniger -- 4-6 35-20 6-4 4-4 12-10 -- -- --
Healy 53-34 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Healy -- -- -- 1-1 4-6 31-14 14-11 0-1 3-1
Heredia -- -- -- -- 7-6 36-20 -- -- -- Heredia 2-0 4-2 -- -- -- 3-2 7-7 12-6 15-9
Herrmann -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 6-6 -- Herrmann -- -- -- -- -- 0-1 2-0 4-5 --
Ichiro -- -- -- -- 6-5 -- 0-1 -- 0-1 Ichiro -- -- -- -- -- 0-1 -- 5-4 1-2
Marjama -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 4-4 -- Marjama -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-1 2-1 1-2
Maybin -- -- -- -- -- 0-1 -- -- -- Maybin -- -- -- -- 0-1 -- -- -- --
Motter 3-1 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Motter -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0 1-1 1-0
Romine 1-1 2-4 4-3 3-1 3-0 -- -- -- -- Romine -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-3 12-6
Seager -- -- -- 59-43 -- -- -- -- 1-0 Seager -- -- 1-0 5-7 51-32 3-4 -- -- --
Segura -- -- 59-42 -- -- -- -- -- -- Segura 6-6 53-36 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Span -- -- -- -- 21-20 -- -- -- 1-0 Span -- 1-1 3-4 -- 3-2 5-5 7-5 3-3 --
Vincej -- -- -- 0-1 -- -- -- -- -- Vincej -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 0-1
Vogelbach 6-9 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 5-1 Vogelbach -- -- -- -- -- 4-4 3-2 1-4 3-0
Zunino -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 40-22 0-1 Zunino -- -- -- -- -- 1-3 11-7 19-10 9-3
PITCHER - Hernández (10-11), Paxton (13-8), Leake (14-8), Gonzales (15-6), LeBlanc (11-6), Miranda (0-1), Ramírez (0-2), Bergman (0-2), Elias (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
Beckham 1 -- -- -- 1 Beckham -- -- -- -- 0 Haniger...................................................................13
Canó 9 2 -- -- 11 Canó 5 1 -- -- 6 Seager......................................................................9
Cruz 13 6 2 -- 21 Cruz 13 4 -- 1 18 Cruz / Healy..............................................................6
Freitas 3 -- -- -- 3 Freitas -- -- -- -- 0 Segura......................................................................5
Gamel 6 5 -- -- 11 Gamel 1 -- -- -- 1 Canó / Gordon..........................................................4
Gordon 17 9 2 1 29 Gordon 4 -- -- -- 4 Heredia / Zunino.......................................................3
Haniger 18 7 -- -- 25 Haniger 11 6 1 -- 18 Gamel / Span...........................................................2
Healy 13 5 1 -- 19 Healy 7 3 1 2 13 Freitas / Vogelbach ..................................................1
Heredia 10 1 -- -- 11 Heredia 1 -- -- -- 1 Player 2-Out RBI
Herrmann 1 -- -- -- 1 Herrmann -- -- -- -- -- Cruz........................................................................24
Ichiro 3 -- -- -- 3 Ichiro -- -- -- -- 0 Seager / Haniger....................................................21
Marjama -- -- -- -- 0 Marjama -- -- -- -- 0 Healy......................................................................19
Maybin -- -- -- -- 0 Maybin -- -- -- -- 0 Segura....................................................................16
Motter 1 -- -- -- 1 Motter -- -- -- -- 0 Zunino....................................................................11
Romine -- 2 -- -- 2 Romine -- -- -- -- 0 Gordon...................................................................10
Seager 24 5 -- -- 29 Seager 10 4 -- 1 15 Canó.........................................................................5
Segura 22 14 1 -- 37 Segura 7 2 1 -- 10 Span / Vogelbach.....................................................4
Span 12 2 -- -- 14 Span 2 -- -- -- 2 Gamel.......................................................................3
Vincej 1 -- -- -- 1 Vincej -- -- -- -- 0 Freitas / Heredia.......................................................2
Vogelbach 3 -- -- -- 3 Vogelbach 1 -- -- -- 1
Zunino 10 -- -- -- 10 Zunino 8 2 -- -- 10
Team 167 58 6 1 232 Team 70 22 3 4 99

2018 MARINERS RECENT TRANSACTIONS


July 30 Zach Duke, LHP, & cash considerations acquired from MIN in July 31 Cameron Maybin, OF, acquired from Miami in exchange for MiLB
exchange for RHP Chase De Jong & MiLB Ryan Costello (inf). Bryson Brigman (inf) & International Slot Money.
Adam Warren, RHP, acquired from NYY in exchange for inter- Chasen Bradford, rhp, optioned to AAA Tacoma (postgame).
national slot money. Ben Gamel, OF, optioned to AAA Tacoma (postgame).
James Paxton, LHP, reinstated from 10-day disabled list. Aug. 1 Cameron Maybin, OF, reports to club.
Zach Vincej, INF, selected from AAA Tacoma. Adam Warren, RHP, reports to club.
Daniel Vogelbach, INF, optioned to Tacoma. Zach Vincej, INF, optioned to AAA Tacoma (postgame).
Kyle Seager, INF, placed on paternity list. Aug. 2 Kyle Seager, INF, reinstated from paternity list.
Gordon Beckham, INF, designated for assignment. Gordon Beckham, INF, outrighted to AAA Tacoma.
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2018 MARINERS HIGHS & LOWS


MARINERS UPDATE
Overall Record.........................................63-45 CLUB
Series Records.................................... 19-10-7 LONGEST WINNING STREAK.......................................................................................... 8, June 25 – July 3
First Game of Series................................22-14 LONGEST LOSING STREAK.................................................................................................. 5, June 17 – 22
Second Game of Series..........................19-16 MOST RUNS, GAME:
Third Game of Series..............................17-13 Mariners.............................................................................................................................. 12, April 28 at CLE
Fourth Game of Series................................5-2 Opponent...........................................................................................................................14, June 22 at BOS
Leading After 6..........................................44-6 MOST RUNS, INNING:
Trailing After 6..........................................10-32 Mariners............................................................................................................... 7, July 29 at LAA, 1st inning
Tied After 6...................................................9-7 Opponent...........................................................................................6, 2x, last: June 15 vs. BOS, 3rd inning
Leading After 7..........................................48-4 MOST HITS, 9-INNING GAME:
Trailing After 7............................................7-38 Mariners................................................................................................................ 17, 2x, last: May 10 at TOR
Tied After 7...................................................8-3 Opponent...........................................................................................................................20, June 22 at BOS
Leading After 8..........................................56-0 FEWEST HITS, 9-INNING GAME:
Trailing After 8............................................2-38 Mariners................................................................................................................. 2, 3x, last: June 19 at NYY
Tied After 8...................................................5-7 Opponent................................................................................................................................0, May 8 at TOR
Score First................................................43-19 MOST HITS, INNING:
Opponent Score First..............................20-27 Mariners..................................................................................................6, 2x, last: July 29 at LAA, 1st inning
Comeback Wins / Blown Losses.........26 / 20 Opponent............................................................................................7, 2x, last: June 15 vs. BOS, 3rd inning
Last at-bat W/L (walk-off)................ 13-7 (6-4) MOST DOUBLES, GAME:
Hit a home run.........................................47-26 Mariners............................................................................................................................... 7, May 30 vs. TEX
No home runs..........................................16-19 Opponent......................................................................................................................... 7, 3x, July 28 at LAA
Scoring 4 or more runs...........................43-13 MOST TRIPLES, GAME:
Mariners.......................................................................................................................... 2, 2x, July 13 at COL
Scoring less than 4 runs.........................19-32
Opponent................................................................................................................. 2, 3x, last: July 6 vs. COL
Shutouts Thrown / Times Shutout...........7 / 5
MOST HOME RUNS, GAME:
Score in 3 or more innings......................33-15
Mariners................................................................................................................ 4, 5x, last: June 12 vs. LAA
Out-hit opponent.......................................47-8
Opponent.............................................................................................................................. 5, April 27 at CLE
Out-hit by opponent................................11-33
MOST STOLEN BASES, GAME:
Hits even.......................................................5-4 Mariners............................................................................................................................... 4, May 15 vs. TEX
Lineups Used................................................ 78 Opponent...............................................................................................................................4, July 12 at LAA
Players Used (Pitchers)......................... 49 (27) MOST ERRORS, GAME:
Safeco Field Roof Open..........................24-17 Mariners.................................................................................................................. 2, 12x, last: July 26 vs. SF
Safeco Field Roof Closed...........................5-3 Opponent............................................................................................................................3, April 14 vs. OAK
Safeco Field Roof Moved............................6-1 MOST DOUBLE PLAYS TURNED, GAME:
Sunday Cream Jersey.................................6-3 Mariners...................................................................................................................3, 6x, last: July 15 at COL
Northwest Green Jersey.............................6-2 Opponent..............................................................................................................................5, May 24 at OAK
Astro Navy Jersey....................................11-10 MOST STRIKEOUTS, 9-INNING GAME:
2017 after 108 games..............................55-53 Mariners hitters..................................................................................................................... 16, June 3 vs. TB
2017 after 109 games..............................55-54 Opponent hitters................................................................................................................. 16, May 2 vs. OAK
2017 after 110 games..............................55-55 MOST WALKS, 9-INNING GAME:
Best ever after 108 games...........78-30 (2001) Mariners hitters.................................................................................................................. 10, June 25 at BAL
Best ever after 109 games...........79-30 (2001) Opponent hitters.....................................................................................................8, 2x, last: May 29 vs. TEX
Best ever after 110 games...........80-30 (2001) MOST LEFT ON BASE, 9-INNING GAME:
March / April.............................................16-11 Mariners............................................................................................................................. 13, May 15 vs. TEX
May...........................................................18-11 Opponent............................................................................................................................ 13, April 21 at TEX
June............................................................19-9 LARGEST DEFICIT OVERCOME IN WIN........................................ 4, trailed 0-4, won 5-4, May 18 vs. DET
July............................................................10-13 LARGEST LEAD GIVEN UP IN LOSS.................................5, 2x, last: led 10-5, lost 10-14, June 22 at BOS
August..........................................................0-1 LARGEST WINNING MARGIN.................................................................................8, (12-4), April 28 at CLE
September / October..................................0-0 LARGEST LOSING MARGIN..................................................................................... 10, (0-10), April 9 at KC
Monday.........................................................6-2 LONGEST GAME, INNINGS, HOME................................................................................ 13.0, June 1 vs. TB
Tuesday......................................................11-6 LONGEST GAME, INNINGS, ROAD............................................................................. 11.0, June 27 at BAL
Wednesday.................................................7-10 SHORTEST GAME, 9-INNINGS, HOME........................................................................... 2:00, July 1 vs. KC
Thursday.......................................................8-7 SHORTEST GAME, 9-INNINGS, ROAD...........................................................................2:19, May 8 at TOR
Friday............................................................9-6 LONGEST GAME, 9-INNINGS, HOME......................................................................... 3:40, May 29 vs. TEX
Saturday.....................................................12-7 LONGEST GAME, 9-INNINGS, ROAD............................................................................. 3:36, April 7 at MIN
Sunday........................................................10-7 LONGEST GAME, EXTRA-INNINGS, HOME..............................................4:29 (11 innings), May 5 vs. LAA
Safeco Field Sellouts...................................2-1 LONGEST GAME, EXTRA-INNINGS, ROAD............................................. 3:39 (11 innings), June 27 at BAL
1-Run Games/2-Run Games....... 27-13 / 14-3 LARGEST CROWD, HOME....................................................................................47,149, March 29 vs. CLE
Extra Innings................................................8-1 SMALLEST CROWD, HOME...................................................................................... 11,603, May 2 vs. OAK
LARGEST CROWD, ROAD........................................................................................ 46,658, June 21 at NYY
Average Time of Game (9-inn.)................. 2:52
SMALLEST CROWD, ROAD........................................................................................6,991, May 23 at OAK
Postponements..... 2 (4/8 at MIN, 5/11 at DET)

INDIVIDUAL BATTING
LONGEST HITTING STREAK..........................................................................................................................................................12, Dee Gordon, March 29-April 14
MOST HITS, GAME.................................................................................................................................................................................5, Dee Gordon, May 1 vs. OAK
MOST RUNS, GAME................................................................................................................................................................3, 8x, last: Jean Segura, June 27 at BAL
MOST DOUBLES, GAME.................................................................................................................................................. 2, 7x, last: Guillermo Heredia, July 5 vs. LAA
MOST TRIPLES, GAME...................................................................................................................................................... 1, 18x, last: Denard Span, July 31 vs. HOU
MOST HOME RUNS, GAME......................................................................................................................................................2, 8x, last: Nelson Cruz, July 28 at LAA
MOST EXTRA-BASE HITS, GAME............................................................................................................................................ 3, 2x, last: Ryon Healy, April 29 at CLE
MOST RBI, 9-INNING GAME................................................................................................................................................................ 7, Nelson Cruz, June 22 at BOS
MOST RBI, EXTRA-INNING GAME......................................................................................................................................... 3, 2x, last: Nelson Cruz, June 28 at BAL
MOST STOLEN BASES, GAME............................................................................................................................................................ 4, Jean Segura, May 15 vs. TEX
GRAND SLAMS (1)......................................................................................................................................................................................Kyle Seager, May 10 at TOR

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING
FEWEST HITS ALLOWED (CG):
Mariners.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 0, James Paxton, May 8 at TOR
Opponents....................................................................................................................................................................................... 6, 3x, last: Brad Keller, July 1 vs. KC
MOST STRIKEOUTS, GAME (Starter):
Mariners.............................................................................................................................................................................................. 16, James Paxton, May 2 vs. OAK
Opponents............................................................................................................................................................................................... 13, Chris Sale, June 25 at BOS
MOST STRIKEOUTS, GAME (Reliever):
Mariners.............................................................................................................................................................................................. 6, Wade LeBlanc, April 23 at CWS
Opponents................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6, Austin Pruitt, June 7 at TB
MOST WALKS, GAME:
Mariners................................................................................................................................................................................................. 5, Félix Hernández, April 4 at SF
Opponents................................................................................................................................................................................................5, Jaime Garcia, May 9 at TOR
MOST INNINGS, GAME, STARTER:
Mariners............................................................................................................................................................................ 9.0, 3x, last: Marco Gonzales, June 29 vs. KC
Opponents........................................................................................................................................................................................... 8.2, Corey Kluber, April 27 at CLE
MOST INNINGS, GAME, RELIEVER
Mariners........................................................................................................................................................................................... 4.2, Wade LeBlanc, April 23 at CWS
Opponents................................................................................................................................................................................................ 7.0, Austin Pruitt, June 7 at TB
LONGEST WINNING STREAK:........................................................................................................................................................6, James Paxton (April 16-June 10)
LONGEST LOSING STREAK:............................................................................................................................................................. 4, Juan Nicasio (April 24-current)
MOST CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS INNINGS:
Overall..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 18.0, James Paxton (May 2-13)
Starter...................................................................................................................................................................................................... 18.0, James Paxton (May 2-13)
Reliever......................................................................................................................................................................................... 14.0, James Pazos (April 10 - May 16)
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2018 MARINERS DAY-BY-DAYS


G D D/N OPP   W  / L SCORE WINNER/LOSER/SAVE REC. POS GA/GB CLUBS TIME ATT
1 3/29 N CLE W 2-1 Hernández (1-0)/KLUBER/Díaz (1) 1-0 T1st --- --- 2:35 47,149
3/30 OFF DAY 1st +0.5 HOU/LAA/OAK/TEX
2 3/31 D CLE L 5-6 Carrasco/Paxton (0-1)/Allen 1-1 3rd -0.5 HOU/LAA 2:47 35,837
March (1-1) Batting: .250 (16x64), 3 HR Pitching: 1-1, 1 SV, 3.50 ERA (7 ER, 18.0 IP)
3 4/1 D CLE W 5-4 Leake (1-0)/Otero/Díaz (2) 2-1 3rd -0.5 HOU/LAA 2:57 24,512
4/2 OFF DAY T2 -1.0 HOU
4 4/3 D @SF W 6-4 Gonzales (1-0)/Blach/Díaz (3) 3-1 T2 -1.0 HOU 3:02 40,901
5 4/4 D @SF L 1-10 Cueto/Hernández (1-1) 3-2 3rd -2.0 HOU 2:52 42,582
6 4/5 D @MIN L 2-4 Duke/Rodney/Altavilla (0-1) 3-3 3rd -2.5 HOU 3:09 39,214
4/6 OFF DAY 3rd -2.0
7 4/7 D @MIN W 11-4 Leake (2-0)/Berríos 4-3 3rd -2.0 HOU 3:36 18,416
4/8 D @MIN PPD - Inclement Weather. Rescheduled for May 14. 4-3 3rd -2.5 HOU
8 4/9 N @KC L 0-10 Junis/Gonzales (1-1) 4-4 3rd -3.5 HOU 2:45 12,324
9 4/10 N @KC W 8-3 Hernández (2-1)/Skoglund 5-4 3rd -2.5 HOU/LAA 2:58 14,850
10 4/11 D @KC W 4-2 Vincent (1-0)/Grimm/Díaz (4) 6-4 3rd -2.5 LAA 2:48 14,314
4/12 OFF DAY 3rd -3.0 LAA
11 4/13 N OAK W 7-4 Altavilla (1-1)/Coulombe/Díaz (5) 7-4 3rd -3.0 LAA 3:08 25,362
12 4/14 N OAK W 10-8 Bradford (1-0)/Graveman/Díaz (6) 8-4 3rd -3.0 LAA 3:32 29,027
13 4/15 D OAK L 1-2 Manaea/Hernández (2-2)/Treinen 8-5 3rd -3.5 LAA 2:40 25,889
14 4/16 N HOU W 2-1 Paxton (1-1)/KEUCHEL/Díaz (7) 9-5 2nd -3.0 LAA 2:21 12,923
15 4/17 N HOU L 1-4 McCullers/Altavilla (1-2)/Devenski 9-6 3rd -3.0 LAA 2:48 15,384
16 4/18 N HOU L 1-7 Cole/Leake (2-1) 9-7 3rd -3.0 LAA 2:45 14,651
17 4/19 N HOU L 2-9 Morton/Gonzales (1-2) 9-8 3rd -3.0 LAA 3:02 16,964
18 4/20 N @TEX W 6-2 Nicasio(1-0)/Kela 10-8 3rd -2.5 HOU 3:20 27,811
19 4/21 N @TEX W 9-7 Bradford (2-0)/Claudio/Díaz (8) 11-8 3rd -2.5 HOU 3:29 39.016
20 4/22 D @TEX L 4-7 Pérez/Ramírez (0-1)/Kela 11-9 3rd -3.5 HOU 2:55 33,661
21 4/23 N @CWS L 4-10 Fulmer/Leake (2-2)/Beck 11-10 3rd -3.5 HOU 2:56 13,614
22 4/24 D @CWS W 1-0 Gonzales (2-2)/Volstad/Díaz (9) 12-10 3rd -3.0 HOU 2:52 10,761
23 4/25 D @CWS W 4-3 Hernández (3-2)/Shields/Díaz (10) 13-10 3rd -2.5 HOU 2:57 11,417
24 4/26 N @CLE W 5-4 Altavilla (2-2)/Goody/Díaz (11) 14-10 3rd -2.0 HOU 2:46 12,133
25 4/27 N @CLE L 5-6 Kluber/Ramírez (0-2) 14-11 3rd -2.0 HOU 2:36 16,335
26 4/28 D @CLE W 12-4 Leake (3-2)/Carrasco 15-11 3rd -2.0 HOU 3:00 19,172
27 4/29 D @CLE W 10-4 Gonzales (3-2)/Tomlin 16-11 2nd -2.0 HOU 3:01 17,878
4/30 OFF DAY 16-11 2nd -2.5 HOU
April (14-10) Batting: .256 (219x854), 33 HR Pitching: 15-10, 10 SV, 5.01 ERA (122 ER, 219.0 IP)
28 5/1 N OAK W 6-3 Hernández (4-2)/Triggs/Díaz (12) 17-11 2nd -1.5 HOU 3:06 12,465
29 5/2 N OAK L 2-3 Treinen/Díaz (0-1) 17-12 3rd -1.5 HOU 2:25 11,614
30 5/3 N OAK W 4-1 Bradford (3-0)/Manaea/Díaz (13) 18-12 2nd -0.5 HOU/LAA 2:31 12,915
31 5/4 N LAA L 0-5 Richards/Leake (3-3) 18-13 3rd -1.5 LAA 3:10 41,728
32 5/5 N LAA W 9-8 (11) Goeddel (1-0)/Johnson 19-13 3rd -0.5 HOU/LAA 4:29 36,984
33 5/6 D LAA L 2-8 Ohtani/Hernández (4-3) 19-14 3rd -1.5 LAA 3:11 40,171
5/7 OFF DAY 19-14 3rd -1.5 LAA
34 5/8 N @TOR W 5-0 PAXTON (2-1)/Stroman 20-14 3rd -1.0 HOU 2:19 20,513
35 5/9 N @TOR L 2-5 Tepera/Nicasio (1-1)/Clippard 20-15 3rd -2.0 HOU 3:08 20,290
36 5/10 N @TOR W 9-3 Leake (4-3)/Happ 21-15 3rd -1.5 HOU/LAA 2:58 22,315
5/11 N @DET PPD - Rain. Rescheduled for Game #2 May 12. 21-15 3rd -1.0 HOU/LAA
37 5/12 D @DET #1 L 3-4 Boyd/Gonzales (3-3)/Greene 21-16 3rd -1.5 HOU/LAA 2:35
38 N @DET #2 W 9-5 Hernández (5-3)/Fulmer 22-16 3rd -1.5 HOU 3:35 25,506
39 5/13 D @DET L 4-5 Greene/Nicasio (1-2) 22-17 3rd -2.5 HOU 2:57 24,718
40 5/14 N @MIN W 1-0 Pazos (1-0)/Hildenberger/Díaz (14) 23-17 3rd -1.5 HOU/LAA 2:53 16,581
41 5/15 N TEX W 9-8 (11) Goeddel (2-0)/Claudio 24-17 3rd -1.5 HOU 4:26 14,673
42 5/16 D TEX L 1-5 Colon/Pazos (1-1) 24-18 3rd -2.5 HOU 2:52 20,637
43 5/17 N DET L 2-3 Saupold/Vincent (1-1)/Greene 24-19 3rd -3.0 HOU 3:08 15,193
44 5/18 N DET W 5-4 Altavilla (3-2)/Farmer/Díaz (15) 25-19 2nd -3.0 HOU 2:48 34,954
45 5/19 N DET W 7-2 PAXTON (3-1)/Fiers 26-19 2nd -2.0 HOU 2:34 35,761
46 5/20 D DET W 3-2 (11) Vincent (2-1)/Farmer 27-19 2nd -2.0 HOU 3:21 34,268
5/21 OFF DAY 27-19 2nd -2.0 HOU
47 5/22 N @OAK W 3-2 (10) Vincent (3-1)/Petit/Díaz (16) 28-19 2nd -2.0 HOU 2:50 9,408
48 5/23 N @OAK W 1-0 Gonzales (4-3)/Gossett/Díaz (17) 29-19 2nd -2.0 HOU 2:43 6,991
49 5/24 D @OAK L 3-4 Petit/Hernández (5-4)/Treinen 29-20 2nd -3.0 HOU 2:44 12,633
50 5/25 N MIN W 2-1 Paxton (4-1)/Romero/Díaz (18) 30-20 2nd -3.0 HOU 2:14 19,975
51 5/26 N MIN W 4-3 (12) Bradford (4-0)/Magill 31-20 2nd -2.0 HOU 3:40 23,998
52 5/27 D MIN W 3-1 Leake (5-3)/Berríos/Colomé (12) 32-20 2nd -1.0 HOU 2:18 31,353
53 5/28 D TEX W 2-1 Gonzales (5-3)/Fister/Díaz (19) 33-20 2nd -1.0 HOU 2:32 26,244
54 5/29 N TEX L 5-9 Claudio/Díaz (0-2) 33-21 2nd -1.0 HOU 3:40 13,259
55 5/30 N TEX L 6-7 Barnette/Rzepczynski (0-1)/Kela 33-22 2nd -1.0 HOU 3:17 13,077
56 5/31 N TEX W 6-1 LeBlanc (1-0)/Minor 34-22 2nd -1.0 HOU 2:53 15,634
May (18-11) Batting: .261 (258x987), 25 HR Pitching: 18-11, 9 SV, 3.13 ERA (93 ER, 267.0 IP)
57 6/1 N TB W 4-3 (13) Elías (1-0)/Andriese 35-22 2nd -1.0 HOU 4:16 22,640
58 6/2 N TB W 3-1 Gonzales (6-3)/Díaz (20) 36-22 T1st -- -- 2:57 28,619
59 6/3 D TB W 2-1 Hernández (6-4)/Alvarado/Díaz (21) 37-22 1st +1.0 -- 2:40 26,574
6/4 OFF DAY 37-22 1st +1.0 --
60 6/5 N @HOU W 7-1 Paxton (5-1)/Keuchel 38-22 1st +2.0 -- 2:29 35,646
61 6/6 N @HOU L 5-7 Devenski/Nicasio (1-3)/Rondón 38-23 1st +1.0 -- 3:14 30,361
62 6/7 N @TB W 5-4 Leake (6-3)/Pruitt 39-23 1st +1.0 -- 2:43 10,342
63 6/8 N @TB W 4-3 Gonzales (7-3)/Font/Díaz (22) 40-23 1st +1.0 -- 2:50 12,435
64 6/9 D @TB L 3-7 Snell/Hernández (6-5)/Roe 40-24 T1st -- -- 2:52 12,258
65 6/10 D @TB W 5-4 Paxton/Alvardo/Díaz (23) 41-24 T1st -- 2:50 10,512
66 6/11 N LAA W 5-3 LeBlanc (2-0)/Heaney/Díaz (24) 42-24 1st +0.5 -- 2:35 20,083
67 6/12 N LAA W 6-3 Leake (7-3)/Barria/Díaz (25) 43-24 1st +0.5 -- 3:01 20,395
68 6/13 D LAA W 8-6 Elias (2-0)/Drake (0-1) 44-24 1st +0.5 -- 3:35 28,237
69 6/14 N BOS L 1-2 Price/Hernández (6-6)/Kimbrel 44-25 2nd -0.5 HOU 2:56 30,479
70 6/15 N BOS W 7-6 Cook (1-0)/Barnes/Díaz (26) 45-25 2nd -0.5 HOU 3:09 44,464
71 6/16 N BOS W 1-0 LeBlanc (3-0)/Wright/Díaz (27) 46-25 2nd -0.5 HOU 2:22 44,151
72 6/17 D BOS L 3-9 Rodriguez/Leake (7-4) 46-26 2nd -1.5 HOU 3:15 46,465
6/18 OFF DAY 46-26 2nd -2.0 HOU
73 6/19 N @NYY L 2-7 Germán/Gonzales (7-4) 46-27 2nd -2.0 HOU 2:28 45,122
74 6/20 N @NYY L 5-7 Chapman/Cook (1-1) 46-28 2nd -3.0 HOU 3:28 46,047
75 6/21 D @NYY L 3-4 Severino/Paxton (6-2)/Chapman 46-29 2nd -3.5 HOU 2:51 46,658
76 6/22 N @BOS L 10-14 Barnes/Nicasio (1-4) 46-30 2nd -3.5 HOU 3:34 37,342
77 6/23 N @BOS W 7-2 Leake (8-4)/Rodríguez 47-30 2nd -3.5 HOU 3:01 36,051
78 6/24 D @BOS L 0-5 Sale/Gonzales (7-5) 47-31 2nd -4.5 HOU 2:29 36,274
79 6/25 N @BAL W 5-3 Hernández (7-6)/Castro/Díaz (28) 48-31 2nd -3.5 HOU 3:02 21,202
80 6/26 N @BAL W 3-2 Paxton (7-2)/O’Day/Díaz (29) 49-31 2nd -3.5 HOU 2:41 16,327
81 6/27 N @BAL W 8-7 (11) Bradford (5-0)/Givens/Díaz (30) 50-31 2nd -3.5 HOU 3:39 15,502
82 6/28 D @BAL W 4-2 (10) Pazos (2-1)/Castro/Nicasio (1) 51-31 2nd -3.5 HOU 3:04 14,263
83 6/29 N KC W 4-1 GONZALES (8-5)/Kennedy 52-31 2nd -2.5 HOU 2:26 25,565
84 6/30 N KC W 6-4 Hernández (8-6)/Hammel/Díaz (31) 53-21 2nd -1.5 HOU 2:38 33,406
2018 MARINERS GAME NOTES • THURSDAY • AUGUST 2, 2018 • VS. TORONTO BLUE JAYS • PAGE 8

2018 MARINERS DAY-BY-DAYS


G D D/N OPP   W  / L SCORE WINNER/LOSER/SAVE REC. POS GA/GB CLUBS TIME ATT
85 7/1 D KC W 1-0 Paxton (8-2)/KELLER/Díaz (32) 54-31 2nd -0.5 HOU 2:00 38,348
7/2 OFF DAY 54-31 2nd -0.5 HOU
86 7/3 N LAA W 4-1 LeBlanc (4-0)/Heaney/Díaz (33) 55-31 2nd -0.5 HOU 2:27 38,626
87 7/4 D LAA L 4-7 Richards/Leake (8-5)/Parker 55-32 2nd -1.5 HOU 3:33 39,571
88 7/5 N LAA W 4-1 Gonzales (9-5)/Barria/Díaz (34) 56-32 2nd -1.5 HOU 3:22 32,084
89 7/6 N COL L 1-7 Márquez/Hernández (8-7) 56-33 2nd -2.5 HOU 3:11 26,556
90 7/7 D COL L 1-5 Oberg/Paxton (8-3) 56-34 2nd -3.5 HOU 2:52 36,117
91 7/8 D COL W 6-4 LeBlanc (5-0)/Senzatela/Díaz (35) 57-34 2nd -3.5 HOU 2:28 34,457
7/9 OFF DAY 57-34 2nd -3.0 HOU
92 7/10 N @LAA L 3-9 Ramírez/Leake (8-6) 57-35 2nd -4.0 HOU 3:10 33,092
93 7/11 N @LAA W 3-0 Gonzales (10-5)/Barria/Díaz (36) 58-35 2nd -3.0 HOU 2:40 35,591
94 7/12 N @LAA L 2-11 Skaggs/Paxton (8-4) 58-36 2nd -3.0 HOU 3:02 44,027
95 7/13 N @COL L 7-10 Musgrave/Bergman (0-1)/Davis 58-37 2nd -4.0 HOU 3:19 38,126
96 7/14 N @COL L 1-4 Gray/LeBlanc (5-1)/Davis 58-38 2nd -5.0 HOU 2:50 47,789
97 7/15 D @COL L 3-4 Oberg/Vincent (3-2) 58-39 2nd -5.0 HOU 3:11 35,630
7/16
7/17 All Star Game (Washington)
7/18
7/19
98 7/20 N CWS W 3-1 LeBlanc (6-1)/Shields/Díaz (37) 59-39 2nd -5.0 HOU 2:37 43,331
99 7/21 N CWS L 0-5 Covey/Hernández (8-8) 59-40 2nd -6.0 HOU 2:28 38.186
100 7/22 D CWS W 8-2 Gonzales (11-5)/ López 60-40 2nd -5.0 HOU 2:53 38,207
7/23 OFF DAY 60-40 2nd -5.0 HOU
101 7/24 N SF L 3-4 Watson/Díaz (0-3)/Smith 60-41 2nd -6.0 HOU 2:58 40,276
102 7/25 D SF W 3-2 Colomé (3-5)/Watson/Díaz (38) 61-41 2nd -5.0 HOU 2:38 45,548
7/26 OFF DAY 61-41 2nd -5.0 HOU
103 7/27 N @LAA L 3-4 Johnson/Nicasio (1-5) 61-42 2nd -5.0 HOU 2:54 42,336
104 7/28 N @LAA L 5-11 Barria/Hernández (8-9) 61-43 2nd -5.0 HOU 2:41 43,325
105 7/29 D @LAA W 8-5 Gonzales (12-5)/Peña/Díaz (39) 62-43 2nd -4.0 HOU 3:32 35,396
106 7/30 N HOU W 2-0 Paxton (9-4)/Cole/ Díaz (40) 63-43 2nd -3.0 HOU 2:19 35,198
107 7/31 N HOU L 2-5 Morton/Leake (8-7)/Rondón 63-44 2nd -4.0 HOU 3:09 28,478
July (10-13) Batting: .237 (176x743), 19 HR Pitching: 10-13, 9 SV, 4.21 ERA (94 ER, 201.0 IP)
108 8/1 D HOU L 3-8 Keuchel/LeBlanc (6-2) 63-45 2nd -5.0 HOU 3:02 34,575
109 8/2 N TOR
110 8/3 N TOR
111 8/4 N TOR
112 8/5 D TOR
113 8/6 N @TEX
114 8/7 N @TEX
115 8/8 D @TEX
116 8/9 N @HOU
117 8/10 N @HOU
118 8/11 N @HOU
119 8/12 D @HOU
120 8/13 N @OAK
121 8/14 N @OAK
122 8/15 D @OAK
8/16 OFF DAY
123 8/17 N LAD
124 8/18 N LAD
125 8/19 D LAD
126 8/20 N HOU
127 8/21 N HOU
128 8/22 D HOU
8/23 OFF DAY
129 8/24 N @ARI
130 8/25 N @ARI
131 8/26 D @ARI
8/27 OFF DAY
132 8/28 N @SD
133 8/29 D @SD
134 8/30 N @OAK
135 8/31 N @OAK
August (0-1) Batting: .265 (9x34), 1 HR Pitching: 0-1, 0 SV, 8.00 ERA (8 ER, 9.0 IP)
136 9/1 N @OAK
137 9/2 D @OAK
138 9/3 N BAL
139 9/4 N BAL
140 9/5 N BAL
9/6 OFF DAY
141 9/7 N NYY
142 9/8 N NYY
143 9/9 D NYY
9/10 OFF DAY
144 9/11 N SD
145 9/12 D SD
146 9/13 N @LAA
147 9/14 N @LAA
148 9/15 N @LAA
149 9/16 D @LAA
150 9/17 N @HOU
151 9/18 N @HOU
152 9/19 N @HOU
9/20 OFF DAY
153 9/21 N @TEX
154 9/22 N @TEX
155 9/23 D @TEX
156 9/24 N OAK
157 9/25 N OAK
158 9/26 N OAK
159 9/27 N TEX
160 9/28 N TEX
161 9/29 N TEX
162 9/30 N TEX
September (0-0) Batting: .--- (---), 0 HR Pitching: 0-0, 0 SV, -.-- ERA (-- ER, -- IP)