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38-38, 3rd in AL West

No All-Star starters for Mariners?

In the AL's final ballot update, 2B Robinson Cano (No. 2) and DH Nelson Cruz (No. 5) hold steady in the voting at their positions. Cano is still well behind (nearly one million votes) the Astros' Jose Altuve at second. Voting ends June 30.

M's drop to No. 17 in Power Rankings

The Mariners continue to weather a storm of injured pitchers, as the Astros climbed in front of them in the AL West race. Next up, Seattle will play host to the Pirates, then the Orioles this week. Power Rankings

Gyorko, Pham go back-to-back for Cardinals (0:38)
Piscotty's sliding grab ends inning (0:20)

Lineup: Mariners (38-37) vs. Cardinals (38-35)

  • 1. Ketel Marte, SS (S)
  • 2. Franklin Gutierrez, RF (R)
  • 3. Robinson Cano, 2B (L)
  • 4. Nelson Cruz, DH (R)
  • 5. Kyle Seager, 3B (L)
  • 6. Dae Ho Lee, 1B (R)
  • 7. Chris Iannetta, C (R)
  • 8. Leonys Martin, CF (L)
  • 9. Shawn O'Malley, LF (S)
  • SP: James Paxton, LHP
  • Daily notes

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Wade Miley rejoins the Mariners' rotation on Wednesday versus the Pirates, with a 50 projected Game Score. He's a "no" for me, though the Pirates' offense is cold.

Jim Caple ESPN Senior Writer 

Adam Lind hits three-run walk off homer to rally Mariners to 4-3 victory over Cardinals. The large group of Cardinal fans here went silent as Seattle players and fans celebrated.

Jim Caple ESPN Senior Writer 

First Cardinals-Mariners game in Seattle since 2002 is filled with St. Louis fans.

AP Photo/Elaine Thompson

Seahawks' title ended historic drought

When Seattle won Super Bowl XLVIII, it delivered the city its first title since 1979. According to Bill Barnwell, that trails only Cleveland among the worst droughts ended by a championship. Sports Misery Index

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Where does Lewis rank for Mariners?

Kyle Lewis may have been the No. 11 overall pick in this year's draft, but is his talent enough for him to dethrone high-upside outfielder Alex Jackson as Keith Law's No. 1 Mariners prospect? Where top 2016 draft picks rank (Insider)

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Two innings too much for Steve Cishek

The Mariners tried to get two innings out of Cishek, and it backfired in ugly fashion. David Schoenfield thinks it was the right move by manager Scott Servais, but now Cishek, who threw 39 pitches, may not be available for a few days. Five things we learned Thursday

Stats & Info

Thursday's longest home runs

Jake Lamb continued his breakout season with a 446-foot blast on Thursday, his 15th homer of the year. His teammate, Socrates Brito, had a 446-foot blast of his own as well.

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M's minor leaguer Powell gets 80-game PED ban

Boog Powell, a minor league outfielder for the Mariners' Triple-A affiliate, received an 80-game suspension after testing positive for a banned performance-enhancing substance.

Stats & Info

Twice is nice for Nelson Cruz

Cruz blasted two home runs to left field against the Tigers on Thursday, his second multi-homer game of the season. His fourth-inning homer was his seventh to surpass 425 feet this year, per ESPN's Home Run Tracker.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Good night, Mariners. Seattle falls under .500 after a four-game sweep in Detroit that included two extra-inning losses. The rotation is beat up, the bullpen has regressed after a strong start and the lineup left too many runners on base. Hard to imagine them getting back in the AL West race.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.26013th
On Base Percentage.32811th
Slugging Percentage.4376th
Earned Run Average3.877th
Quality Starts33Tied-20th

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