D-backs take first two at Safeco in 8-4 win

David Peralta went 3-for-3 (2 RBIs) and scored a run to help back a strong outing from Zack Godley (6 IP, 3 ER) and send the Diamondbacks to their fourth straight win in Seattle.

Diamondbacks run past Mariners (0:51)

Cruz tops Zunino for Safeco's longest HR

After teammate Mike Zunino hit a 454-foot homer in the third, Nelson Cruz edged him by a foot in the sixth to hit the longest HR as a Mariner and longest at Safeco Field this season. Brad Miller followed with an RBI double to pull the Mariners within three runs (6-3) of the visiting Diamondbacks. Follow live

Zunino HR sets season marks

Mike Zunino's solo blast in the third inning was measured at 454 feet and ranks as the longest homer by a Mariners player and the longest at Safeco Field this season. Follow live

Mariners closer Carson Smith needs rest

Manager Lloyd McClendon says he needs to give closer Carson Smith some rest, according to The Tacoma News Tribune. McClendon did not name who may be used in a save situation.

Tulo the fix to Jays' playoff woes?

The Blue Jays are hoping Troy Tulowitzki will help them go to the playoffs for the first time since winning the 1993 World Series. Toronto enters the Tuesday 7 games back in the AL East.

Diamondbacks top Mariners in 10 (1:19)

J.C. Ramirez headed to Seattle

The Diamondbacks traded the RHP to the Mariners for cash or future considerations. Ramirez has a 4.11 ERA this season in 15.1 innings of relief.

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Mariners think struggling Rodney tipping pitches

M's manager Lloyd McClendon thinks struggling reliever Fernando Rodney is tipping his pitches, part of what has caused a significant decline after he led baseball in saves last year.

Seattle offense shows improvement

Solid recent performances from Mark Trumbo, Robinson Cano and Franklin Gutierrez have helped the Mariners offense bounce back. MLB Power Rankings

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Seattle not a deadline player

After a disappointing first half, the Mariners aren't expected to be aggressive at the deadline. They could maker smaller deals for upgrades at catcher or in the lineup. Updated deadline preview (Insider)

Mariners walk off vs. Blue Jays

Franklin Gutierrez's third HR of the season -- and first career walk-off -- couldn't have come at a better time. His blast to left-center in the bottom of the 10th capped the Mariners' comeback win over the Blue Jays. Box score

Free baseball in Seattle

Mariners RF Nelson Cruz's 2-run home run tied it up in the bottom of the 7th, and neither team has plated a run since as the M's and Blue Jays head to the 10th tied 5-5 in the rubber match. Follow live

Nelson Cruz ties it up vs. Blue Jays

The Mariners RF's 2-run blast to left field made it 5-5 in the bottom of the 7th in the rubber match. It's Cruz's 25th home run of the season. Follow live

Donaldson goes yard, Jackson responds

Josh Donaldson hit his 24th home run of the season in the top of the 1st to give the Blue Jays a 1-0 lead, but Austin Jackson answered back for Seattle to lead off the bottom of the frame. It was just Jackson's 5th HR of the year, and his first since July 7. Follow live


Blue Jays rally to beat Mariners

Toronto rallied from a 6-3 deficit, putting up 2 runs each in the 8th and 9th, including the go-ahead single from Chris Colabello for an 8-6 win. Box score

2015 Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.23927th
On Base Percentage.30126th
Slugging Percentage.38918th
Earned Run Average3.9117th
Quality Starts596th


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