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Power Rankings: Seattle Mariners no. 24

RHP Taijuan Walker has been dominant in his latest starts, but Seattle has still failed to string more than two wins together in June. Sluggers Robinson Cano and Mark Trumbo have underwhelmed, and the bottom of the order has done little to buoy the offensive slump. Power Rankings

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Royals losing ground in All-Star voting

The latest All-Star voting update was released by MLB today, and the Royals are down to five players in position to start. Mike Moustakas has slipped behind Toronto's Josh Donaldson at third base, and Kendrys Morales trails Seattle's Nelson Cruz at DH.

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Montgomery among rookies of the week

Mike Montgomery threw a walk-free shutout with 10 strikeouts on Tuesday. He's only the third Mariners pitcher to record a zero-walk, 10-K shutout, joining Felix Hernandez (twice) and Aaron Harang. Doug Kern

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King Felix not enough for M's to top Angels (0:40)

Angels walk off on wild pitch

Albert Pujols had the bases loaded but hit into a DP in the bottom of the 10th. No worry, though. Tom Wilhelmsen uncorked a wild pitch and Kole Calhoun scurried home for the 3-2 win. Box score

Seattle forces extra innings

The Mariners were down to their last out in the 9th and Kyle Seager picked a great time for his 12th HR of the season. The Angels couldn't find a walk-off and the game goes to extras. Follow live

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Hernandez in total control vs. Angels

Felix Hernandez has allowed just 1 hit and struck out 8 through 6 innings, and the Mariners lead the Angels 1-0. Hernandez came into today 2-0 with a 1.29 ERA vs. the Angels this season. Follow live

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You can never be too careful

Mariners DH Nelson Cruz sits well-protected in the team's dugout, one day after teammate Robinson Cano was struck in the head in the dugout by an errant throw. Cruz's RBI double has the M's up 1-0 over the Angels. Follow live

Cruz gives Felix some support

Felix Hernandez has given up just 1 hit through 3 innings, and now he'll be pitching with the lead, thanks to a Nelson Cruz RBI double. The Mariners lead the Angels 1-0 in the fourth inning. Follow live

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Report: McClendon hopes Rodney reclaims full-time closer's role

Carson Smith is 5-for-5 in save situations since replacing Fernando Rodney as the Seattle Mariners' regular closer, but manager Lloyd McClendon opted to go with Smith in the eighth inning and Rodney in the ninth in Friday night's win.

Mariners: 2B Robinson Cano in lineup against Angels after being struck in head with errant throw on Saturday

Fantasy MLB: Angels OF Mike Trout 20-for-55 (.364 BA) with 3 HR and 12 RBI in career against Mariners P Felix Hernandez

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Cano injured in freak play in M's loss

Robinson Cano was hit in the head by a ball the Angels were using to warm up in the middle of the 7th. "I was talking to [Franklin] Gutierrez. Next thing I know I got hit in the head. It hurts right on the spot, besides that everything is good," Cano said postgame.

Stanton's homers didn't mean wins

Giancarlo Stanton's 16 home runs in losses are the most in baseball this season, and the Marlins were 10-14 in games in which he went deep (20-31 in other games).

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Cano cleared of concussion

Robinson Cano is officially considered day-to-day with a deep bruise on his forehead after being hit by an errant throw in the middle of the 7th inning of today's game. Cano says the welt on his forehead has gone down and expects to play tomorrow.

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Pujols calls to check on Cano

Robinson Cano left early after taking an errant ball to the head and is undergoing concussion testing. After the game, Albert Pujols, who missed catching the ball that hit Cano, called to make sure the Mariner was doing okay (via Seattle Times' Ryan Divish).

Angels win as Cano exits early

Robinson Cano left before the seventh inning after being hit in the head by a ball the Angels were using to warm up, and Kole Calhoun hit his seventh home run of the season in Los Angeles' 4-2 win over Seattle.

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Final: Angels 4, Mariners 2

On the bright side for Seattle, Albert Pujols, who has been on fire lately, was held to 1-for-3 with a walk. But the Mariners were unable to make the most of 8 hits as Los Angeles evened the series at home. Box score

2015 Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs25530th
Batting Average.23030th
On Base Percentage.29328th
Slugging Percentage.37326th
Earned Run Average3.7813th
Quality Starts457th
WHIP1.2612th
BAA.24511th

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