Giants Over Marines 6-2

mariners400SAN FRANCISCO -- Tim Lincecum picked up his seventh win of the season and Matt Duffy cracked a two-run homer as the Giants snapped a nine-game losing streak at AT&T Park with a 6-2 victory over the Mariners on Tuesday.

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Mariners Over Giants 5-1

mariners whiteSAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Kyle Seager hit his 11th home run with a solo shot in the eighth, Taijuan Walker struck out six in seven innings, and the Seattle Mariners beat the San Francisco Giants 5-1 on Monday night. Logan Morrison hit a go-ahead single in the fifth to support Walker (4-6), who outpitched Tim Hudson (4-6) to win consecutive starts for the first time all season.

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The Courtship Of Chambers Bay At US Open

UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. (AP) - The courtship of Chambers Bay is underway for a U.S. Open unlike any other. Some of the flags on the greens might as well be there for decoration. Robert Streb was playing to the fourth green when he consulted with his caddie and realized his best line was the third USGA logo from the left on a large grandstand.

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Storm Beat Sparks 60-54

seatte stormLOS ANGELES (AP) - Abby Bishop scored 13 of her career-high 18 points in the second half and the Seattle Storm rallied to beat the Los Angeles Sparks 60-54 on Sunday.

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Astros Over Mariners 13-0

HOUSTON (AP) - Rookie Lance McCullers and four relievers combined for a two-hitter and Evan Gattis tied a career high with four hits, helping the Houston Astros cruise to a 13-0 win over the Seattle Mariners on Sunday. McCullers (3-1) struck out four and didn't allow a hit through five, but he needed 90 pitches to get through those innings because of four walks. He was replaced by Tony Sipp for the sixth inning and Austin Jackson doubled with one out in the inning. Joe Thatcher allowed one hit in the seventh, Will Harris threw a perfect eighth and Josh Fields completed the shutout. Colby Rasmus had three RBIs as the Astros built a 10-0 lead by the fourth inning on a day where all but one player in the starting lineup had a hit. Seattle starter Roenis Elias (3-4) was roughed up for seven hits and a career-high eight runs in 3 1-3 innings in his shortest start of the season.