The Mariners’ Robinson Cano (right) hits a three-run home run as Angels catcher Juan Graterol watches along with home plate umpire Sean Barber during the fifth inning of a game June 30, 2017, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

Cano homers twice, Miranda pitches M’s past Angels 10-0

Associated Press

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Robinson Cano hit two home runs, Ariel Miranda allowed only two hits in seven innings and the Seattle Mariners snapped a four-game losing streak with a 10-0 victory Friday over the Los Angeles Angels.

Cano’s 15th and 16th home runs of the season gave him five RBIs.

Miranda (7-4) threw his finest game of the season. The only hits he allowed were a bloop single to Kory Calhoun in the fourth and a double to Andrelton Simmons in the fifth. He walked two and struck out four.

Los Angeles’ Parker Bridwell (2-1) was hit hard all night in his first career loss, surrendering 11 hits and three home runs.

Catcher Mike Zunino started Seattle’s scoring with a solo home run in the third. Kyle Seager added a solo shot in the ninth, his 10th on the season. Ben Gamel and Seager each had four hits, while Cano had three.

Cano hit a three-run homer off Bridwell that broke open the game in the fifth and a two-run shot off Yusmeiro Petit in the seventh. Petit had not allowed a run in his last seven appearances.

The Mariners finished with 17 hits.

Reliever Max Povse threw the final two innings to complete Seattle’s seventh shutout of the season. It was also the seventh time the Angels have been shut out this year.

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