Mariners Season Ends Despite 4-1 Win Over Angels

mariners logo NewThe Seattle Mariners played the final game of the season in split screen. Part of attention was transfixed on field and making sure the Mariners closed with a victory in the hope it had postseason meaning. The other was on the out-of-town scoreboard hoping for the result they needed in Texas. "This was a very hard game to manage.

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Seattle Stays Alive With 4-3 Win

mariners 8Kendrys Morales, Michael Saunders and Dustin Ackley homered against Jered Weaver, and the Seattle Mariners beat the Los Angeles Angels 4-3 on Friday night to remain in the hunt for a playoff spot. Seattle remained two games back of Oakland for the second AL wild card. Seattle must win its final two and have Oakland lose its final two to force a one-game playoff on Monday in Seattle.

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Mariners Over Jays 7-5

mariners logo NewTwo big swings by Logan Morrison sent Seattle into the final weekend of the season with a small chance to make the playoffs. Morrison homered twice, Mike Zunino also connected and the Mariners beat the Toronto Blue Jays 7-5 on Thursday night. "We're still in the ring, still fighting," Seattle manager Lloyd McClendon said. The victory means the Mariners will begin their three-game series

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Mariners Fall To Jays Again

marinerslogo7Mark Buehrle pitched eight shutout innings to reach 200 innings for the 14th consecutive season, Ryan Goins drove in the only run of the game and the Toronto Blue Jays pushed Seattle closer to playoff elimination, beating the slumping Mariners 1-0 Wednesday night. Buehrle (13-10) allowed three hits, walked one and struck out 10, one shy of his season high. He left to his second standing ovation of the night

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Jays Over M's Again In Toronto

mariners logo NewDalton Pompey hit his first major league homer and the Toronto Blue Jays roughed up Felix Hernandez for a career worst-tying eight earned runs in a 10-2 victory over the Mariners that further dented Seattle's fading wild-card chances. Edwin Encarnacion added a two-run shot and R.A. Dickey (14-12) allowed two runs over seven innings to win for the fourth time in five starts.

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