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30-20, 2nd in AL West

Paxton continues dominant May as Mariners beat Twins 2-1

James Paxton continued his dominant month by allowing one run in seven innings and striking out 11, and Mitch Haniger's two-out RBI single in the sixth inning helped give the Seattle Mariners a 2-1 win over the Minnesota Twins on Friday night.

Paxton throws gem against Minnesota (0:28)
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Rays trade OF Span, P Colome to Mariners

The Tampa Bay Rays traded outfielder Denard Span and closer Alex Colome to the Seattle Mariners on Friday in return for two minor league pitchers.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Edwin Diaz on pace for 84 innings and 152 strikeouts. He's pitched on back-to-back days eight times (including three straight once). It's a heavy workload; we'll see if he can keep it going.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The Mariners pull out another one-run victory, a 1-0 win over the A's with the only run scoring on an error. Marco Gonzales tossed seven scoreless innings as he continues to look like the second-best starter on the team and Edwin Diaz struck out the side on 13 pitches for the save. That's 45 K's in 25.1 innings for Diaz as the M's climb 10 games over .500.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The banged-up Mariners rally for a 3-2 win over the A's in 10 innings, with Edwin Diaz continuing his dominant season with the save (Marcus Semien missed a tying home run by a few inches). Hopefully Mitch Haniger and Jean Segura will be ready on Wednesday. They keep finding a way to win these games as they improve to 28-19 and you know Jerry Dipoto is itching to make a deal ... if he had any minor leaguers to trade, that is.

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Haniger (wrist) latest Mariner injured by HBP

Mariners outfielder Mitch Haniger took a Trevor Cahill pitch off his left wrist and exited in the fourth inning of Tuesday night's game against the A's. He is day-to-day.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Baseball is cruel, part 2: Mitch Haniger was hit on the elbow and left the game. So the Mariners are now playing without Haniger, Dee Gordon, Robinson Cano and Nelson Cruz (out since Saturday after getting hit on the elbow). You know, pretty much all their best players. Why can't Mariners fans have nice things happen to them?

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

More bad news for the Mariners, as Dee Gordon hits the DL with a broken toe. He had moved back to second base to replace the suspended Robinson Cano, so this means more Gordon Beckham in the lineup. Remarkably, even though Shohei Ohtani has been a two-way star and Mike Trout is playing better than ever, the Mariners are in second place in the AL West.

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Mariners put Gordon on DL with fractured toe

Dee Gordon, who is batting .304 and leads the AL with 16 steals, was put on the DL with a fractured big toe on his right foot by the Mariners.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Big win for the Mariners, who can continue to battle the Angels for second in the AL West while hanging close to the Astros. One-hit for eight innings by Francisco Liriano of the Tigers, Mitch Haniger tied it with a two-run homer in the ninth off an 0-2 slider from Shane Greene, and then Jean Segura knocked in Dee Gordon in the 11th for the walk-off win.

Did Cano's contract make PEDs risk worth it? (1:25)
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Teixeira 'not surprised' about Cano suspension

Mark Teixeira, Robinson Cano's teammate with the Yankees for five years, says he is "not surprised" by the Seattle star's 80-game suspension for a banned substance. The ESPN analyst did not offer any specifics or examples to support the assertion.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.25411th
On Base Percentage.32210th
Slugging Percentage.41311th
Earned Run Average4.0715th
Quality Starts22Tied-20th