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Seattle blew leads of four and five runs on its way to a 14-10 road loss against the Boston Red Sox.
Seattle optioned right-hander Ryan Cook to to Triple-A Tacoma to complete the move.
He donned a bushy mustache, shades and a hoodie in the dugout to watch the action at Yankee Stadium.
New York scores 4 runs with 2 homers in the first and hangs on the beat Seattle 4-3.
Giancarlo Stanton lines a two-run shot in the bottom of the 9th to beat Seattle 7-5.
Seattle’s offense musters just 2 hits in a 7-2 loss at Yankee Stadium.
Seattle also activated catcher Chris Herrmann, and Rob Whalen and David Freitas were sent to Tacoma.
Seattle is on pace to break the all-time record for most 1-run victories in a season.
Here are five prospective major leaguers we’ll be keeping an eye on this season.
Boston smashes three home runs to win the final game of the four-game series
Top pick Logan Gilbert has yet to sign, but the AquaSox will add him to their roster when he does.
Seattle moves to 20 games over .500 with the 8-6 victory.
Seattle signs 29 draft picks and trades former AquaSox Eric Filia to Boston.
The 37-year-old designated hitter has handled fastballs better than most, despite his age.
Wade LeBlanc went five innings to pick up his second win. Nelson Cruz and Ryon Healy each homered.
Seattle collects its 21st one-run victory of the season and 17th win its past 22 games
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Marco Gonzales pitches into the 8th inning to win his 4th straight start.
Voters believe the Mariners have almost as good a shot as Houston at winning the AL West.
Mike Leake pitches into the 9th inning and Mitch Haniger homers and drives in 3 in Seattle’s 5-4 victory.