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Thursday, August 29, 2019

Game #135 (56-78)


Globe Life Park SEATTLE MARINERS (56-78) at TEXAS RANGERS (65-69) Road #66 (27-38)
TONIGHT’S GAME INFORMATION
Starting Pitchers: RHP Félix Hernández (1-4, 6.09) vs. RHP Lance Lynn (14-9, 3.85)
5:05 pm PT / 7:05 pm CT • Radio: 770 KTTH, 880 KIXI / Mariners.com • TV: ROOT SPORTS
Day Date Opp. Time (PT) Mariners Pitcher Opposing Pitcher RADIO
Friday Aug. 30 at TEX 5:05 pm LH Marco Gonzales (14-10, 4.17) vs. LH Kolby Allard (2-0, 4.64) 710 ESPN
Saturday Aug. 31 at TEX 5:05 pm TBA Opener + LH Tommy Milone vs. LH Brock Burke (0-1, 0.75) 710 ESPN
Sunday
Sept. 1 at TEX 12:05 pm LH Yusei Kikuchi (5-9, 5.36) vs. TBA 710 ESPN
All games televised on ROOT SPORTS with home games featuring Spanish Audio via TV SAP
TONIGHT'S TILT…the Mariners begin a 3-team, 10-game, 11-day road trip tonight with the first of 3 games
MOST STRIKEOUTS at Texas…will travel to Wrigley Field for 2 games against the Cubs (Mon. – Tue.)…following an off day next
BY A VISITING PITCHER Wednesday, will face the Astros for 4 games at Minute Maid Park…went 2-4 on a recently-concluded
IN GLOBE LIFE PARK HISTORY homestand against Toronto (2-1) and New York-AL (0-3)…tonight's game will be televised on ROOT
Rk. Player K SPORTS and broadcast live on AM 770 KTTH, AM 880 KIXI and the Mariners Radio Network.
1. Félix Hernández.....................133 ODDS AND ENDS…the Mariners have lost 3 in a row, but have won 6 of their last 11 and 8 of their last 15…
2. John Lackey............................103
3. Justin Verlander.........................94 are 9-10 in their last 19 games following a 5-game losing streak, July 31 – Aug. 6...are 16-16 in their last 32
4. Jered Weaver.............................90 games...are 17-18 in last 35 but 17-24 in their last 41 games…are 43-76 after opening the season 13-2…
5. Bartolo Colon.............................86 have won a season-high 6 straight games twice: April 6-11 & July 24-30…are 18-30 in day games, 37-48 at
night…are 29-40 at T-Mobile Park, 27-38 on road…are 46-18 when scoring at least 5 runs.
INSIDE THE NUMBERS
• Nola Doubt About It - since Aug. 10, Austin Nola is batting .293 (17x58) with 11 runs, 2 doubles, 3 home

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runs, 7 RBI, 1 HBP, 7 walks, a .379 on-base percentage and a .483 slugging mark (.862 OPS) in 15 games.
• Nice Stretch - since, July 14, Tom Murphy has hit safely in 17 of his last 22 games, batting .320 (24x75)
with 12 runs, 5 doubles, 1 triple, 7 home runs, 16 RBI, 6 walks and 1 stolen base.
Over his last 5 appearances (all in • Debuts - 17 players have made their Major League debuts for the Mariners this season: Dylan Moore (3/20
relief), dating back to Aug. 13, Erik at OAK), Yusei Kikuchi (3/21 at OAK), Brandon Brennan (3/21 at OAK), Braden Bishop (3/21 at OAK), Erik
Swanson has tossed 6.0 scoreless Swanson (4/11 at KC), Ruben Alaniz (4/12 vs. HOU), Shed Long (5/11 at BOS), Parker Markel (5/12 at
innings while striking out 6, walking 2
and limiting opponents to a .105 (2x19)
BOS), David McKay (5/20 at TEX), Tayler Scott (6/8 at LAA), Austin Nola (6/16 at OAK), Tim Lopes (7/24 vs.
average against. TEX), Ryan Court (7/26 vs. DET), Reggie McClain (8/2 at HOU), Zac Grotz (8/2 at HOU), Taylor Guilbeau
(8/17 at TOR) and Jake Fraley (8/21 at TB).

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With a win tonight, Félix Hernández
SPANNING THE GLOBE…Kyle Seager is one of the best hitters among visiting players to Globe Life Park
in the 26-year history of the ballpark…in 73 career games at Globe Life Park, Seager is batting .303 (88x290)
with 53 runs, 23 doubles, 2 triples, 14 home runs, 53 RBI, 5 HBP, 23 walks, a .365 on-base percentage and
would join Barry Zito (11), Justin a .541 slugging percentage (.906 OPS)… he has hit safely 54 of his 73 games at this ballpark, including 22
Verlander (9), Bartolo Colon (9) and multi-hit games…among visiting players in the history of Globe Life Park, he ranks T3rd in doubles, T4th
John Lackey (8) as the only visiting
pitchers with 8 wins at Globe Life in extra-base hits and 10th in RBI…here is a breakdown of where Seager ranks among visiting players to
Park…enters tonight's game with a Globe Life Park:
7-12 record at this ballpark. EXTRA-BASE HITS DOUBLES RBI
Rk. Player XBH Rk. Player 2B Rk. Player RBI

12.1
Sam Tuivailala has tossed 12.1
1. Garret Anderson...........43
2. Johnny Damon..............40
Tim Salmon...................40
1. Garret Anderson...........25
2. Johnny Damon..............24
3. Kyle Seager.................23
6. Alex Rodriguez..............56
7. Edgar Martinez..............55
8. Robinson Canó.............54
consecutive scoreless innings across
4. Kyle Seager.................39 Eric Chavez...................23 Mike Trout.....................54
12 outings, including 2 starts as an
"opener," dating back to July 20. Eric Chavez...................39 Darin Erstad..................23 10. Kyle Seager.................53
GLOBE TROTTERS…this 4-game series marks the Mariners final games at Globe Life Park before the

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Since Aug. 13, Kyle Seager (7 2B, 7
Rangers move across the street into Globe Life Field for the 2020 season…the Mariners are 98-124 all-time
at Globe Life Park…their 222 games played at Globe Life Park are 4th-most of any road ballpark in club
history, trailing Angel Stadium (332), Oakland Coliseum (329) and Kauffman Stadium (232)…the Mariners 98
HR) is tied with Rafael Devers-BOS (9 wins at Globe Life Park are also 4th-most of any road ballpark in club history, behind Angel Stadium (145),
2B, 3B, 4 HR) for the Major League lead Oakland Coliseum (134) and Kauffman Stadium (106).
with 14 extra-base hits.
MEMORABLE MARINERS MOMENTS AT GLOBE LIFE PARK…the Mariners played their first game at

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Globe Life Park on June 13, 1994, and Ken Griffey Jr. belted a grand slam home run and recorded a
then-career-high 6 RBI, but the Mariners lost, 17-9…on May 2, 1995, the Mariners were held scoreless
Kyle Seager has hit safely in 29 of his with only 1 hit in the first 6 innings before exploding for 15 runs on 14 hits over the last three frames in a
last 32 games (7/22-c), batting .345 15-3 comeback win…on July 11, 1995, Hall of Famers Randy Johnson and Edgar Martinez got starting
(40x116) with 12 home runs and 32 assignments at the 66th annual All-Star Game, while Tino Martinez recorded a pinch-hit single in the 8th
RBI…over this 32-game span, he has inning; Johnson tossed 2.0 scoreless innings and struck out Barry Bonds, Fred McGriff and Ron Gant.
raised his average from .186 to .250.
THE BOYS OF FALL…the Arizona Fall League announced yesterday the rosters for the 2019 AFL season,

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which includes seven Mariners prospects on the Peoria Javelinas: INF Jose Caballero, RHP Sam
Delaplane, LHP Aaron Fletcher, OF Jarred Kelenic, LHP Raymond Kerr, RHP Penn Murfee, INF Joe
Kyle Seager (472) is 1 extra-base hit Rizzo and OF Julio Rodriguez…of those 7 players, 5 are ranked by Baseball America among the Mariners
away from tying Ichiro Suzuki (473) for top-30 prospects: Kelenic (#1), Rodriguez (#2), Fletcher (#24), Rizzo (#25) and Caballero (#30).
4th-most in club history.
PLAYER OF THE MONTH CANDIDATE…in 23 games in the month of August, Kyle Seager is batting .329
MAJOR LEAGUE SLUGGING (27x82) with 15 runs scored, 8 doubles, 9 home runs, 25 RBI, 13 walks, a .421 on-base percentage and
LEADERS SINCE JULY 22 a .756 slugging percentage (1.177 OPS)…among American League leaders for August, he ranks T2nd in
home runs, 3rd in slugging, 4th in OPS, T4th in extra-base hits (17), 5th in RBI, 12th in on-base percentage,
Rk. Player SLG
1. J.D. Martinez-BOS................. .769 T13th in doubles, T13th in walks and 17th in batting.
2. Kyle Seager-SEA.................. .759 SIMPLY SEAGER…since Aug. 13, Kyle Seager leads the Major Leagues with 22 RBI, ranking ahead of
3. Yordan Álvarez-HOU.............. .722
4. José Ramírez-CLE................. .713
José Abreu-CWS (18), Alex Bregman-HOU (17) and Dexter Fowler-STL (17)…over that same span (8/13-c),
5. Yuli Gurriel-HOU.................... .707 he also ranks T2nd in home runs with 7 (also: Freddie Freeman-ATL and Gleyber Torres-NYY).
LIVE FROM ARKANSAS!…ROOT SPORTS NW will televise Game 1 of the Texas League North Division
VS. RANGERS Finals between the Arkansas Travelers (SEA) and the Tulsa Drillers (LAD) live from Dickey–Stephens Park
The Mariners and Rangers meet to-
in North Little Rock, AR on Sept. 4 at 5:00 pm PT… ROOT's Brad Adam will handle the play-by-play and
night for the 16th (6-9) of 19 games this
season…5 of the Mariners 6 wins this Mariners General Manager Jerry Dipoto will be the analyst…the Travelers clinched the first half Texas
season have been decided by 4 runs League North Division title with a record of 43-25 (.632) and currently lead the TL North Division with an
or fewer, including 3 decided by 3 runs overall record of 78-55 (.586)…the Travelers active roster features 11 of the Mariners top-30 prospects as
or fewer…this 4-game series marks the
ranked by Baseball America, including 6 of the top-10: Jarred Kelenic (#1), Logan Gilbert (#4), Evan White
Mariners last visit to Globe Life Park…
the Mariners are 98-124 all-time in (#5), Justin Dunn (#6), Cal Raleigh (#9), Kyle Lewis (#10), Dom Thompson-Williams (#19), Wyatt Mills
Globe Life Park. (#20), Aaron Fletcher (#24), Joey Gerber (#26) and Donnie Walton (#27).
Year Home Road Totals
2017 5-4 6-4 11-8
AS YOU KNOW…2019 marks the Rangers final season at Globe Life Park, as they will move across the
2018 6-4 4-5 10-9 street into Globe Life Field for the 2020 season…BUT DID YOU KNOW?...that in the 26-year history of
2019 5-5 1-4 6-9 Globe Life Park, Félix Hernández leads all visiting pitchers with 27 starts (tonight will be 28) at this ballpark?
All-Time 174-161 155-180 329-341
2019 MARINERS GAME NOTES • THURSDAY • AUGUST 29, 2019 • AT TEXAS RANGERS • PAGE 2

TONIGHT'S MARINERS STARTER HERNÁNDEZ’S 2019 STARTS


RHP FÉLIX HERNÁNDEZ scr
2019 Breakdown: DT OPP SCR W-L IP H R ER BB SO HR left PC-K
W-L ERA G/GS IP H R ER BB SO HR 4/1 LAA 6-3 W (1-0) 5.1 7 3 1 0 4 0 4-3 92-60
Overall 1-4 6.09 9/9 44.1 53 33 30 11 38 11 4/8 at KC 13-5 ND 1.0 3 2 2 0 1 0 2-2 29-20
Home 1-1 3.91 4/4 23 .0 24 12 10 5 21 6 4/13 HOU 1-3 L (1-1) 6.0 6 3 3 1 5 2 1-3 93-58
Road 0-3 8.44 5/5 21.1 29 21 20 6 17 5 4/18 at LAA 11-10 ND 6.0 9 4 4 1 3 0 10-2 92-63
vs. TEX 0-0 -.-- 0/0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4/24 at SD 0-1 L (1-2) 7.0 3 1 1 1 8 1 0-1 75-57
4/30 CHC 5-6 ND 6.0 8 4 4 1 8 2 4-4 96-62
APRIL: 6 GS, 1-2, 4.31 31.1 36 17 15 4 29 5
Career Breakdown:
5/6 at NYY 3-7 L (1-3) 5.0 8 7 6 1 2 3 3-7 79-54
W-L ERA G/GS IP H R ER BB SO HR
5/11 at BOS 5-9 L (1-4) 2.1 6 7 7 3 3 1 4-4 68-42
Overall 169-132 3.38 413/412 2702.1 2455 1132 1016 791 2505 258
MAY: 2 GS, 0-2, 15.95 7.1 14 14 13 4 5 4
Home 91-64 3.25 209/209 1410.1 1243 549 509 383 1341 135
8/24 TOR 5-7 ND 5.2 3 2 2 3 4 2 5-2 88-54
Road 78-68 3.53 204/203 1292.0 1212 583 507 408 1164 123
AUGUST: 1 GS, 0-0, 3.18 5.2 3 2 2 3 4 2
Starter 169-131 3.38 412/412 2696.2 2450 1130 1014 789 2503 257
SEASON: 9 GS, 1-4, 6.09 44.1 53 33 30 11 38 11
Reliever 0-1 3.18 1/0 5.2 5 2 2 2 2 1
vs. TEX 19-25 4.18 57/57 355.0 330 185 165 124 311 34 LAST TIME
LAST START/ND: 8/24, 5-8 vs. TOR (5.2,3,2,2,3,4,HR-2)
LAST LOSS: 5/11, 5-9 at BOS (2.1,6,7,7,3,3,HR-1)
ABOUT FÉLIX…
LAST WIN: 4/1, 6-3 vs. LAA (5.1,7,3,1,0,4)
• 33-year-old right-hander is making his 414th career appearance, his 413th career
LAST CG: (25x) 5/27/15, 3-0 at TB (9.0,4,0,0,1,8)
start, his 58th career start against the Rangers, and his 10th start of the season, LAST ShO: (11x) 5/27/15, 3-0 at TB (9.0,4,0,0,1,8)
today.
• Is the only active pitcher in MLB who holds his club’s all-time record for career wins CAREER HIGHS
and career strikeouts (see more in “He’s Our Leader”). INNINGS: 9.0, 23x, last: 5/27/15, 3-0 at TB (9.0,4,0,0,1,8)
• Is only pitcher in franchise history to record 400 games started as a Mariner (Jamie HITS: 13, 2x, last: 9/24/08 vs. LAA
Moyer, 323 GS w/Seattle 1996-2006, has 2nd-most). RUNS: 11, 8/7/18 at TEX
• Signed a 7-year deal through the 2019 season on Feb. 13, 2013. STRIKEOUTS: 15, 6/8/14 at TB
• In 2010 won the AL Cy Young, garnering 21 of 28 first-place votes…joined Randy WALKS: 6, 4x, last: 4/16/16 at NYY
Johnson (1995) as only Mariners pitchers to win the Cy Young…named Sporting News HOME RUNS: 4, 8/29/14 vs. WAS
AL Pitcher of the Year…was 2nd in Cy Young voting in 2014. LOW-HIT GAME (CG): 0, 8/15/12 vs. TB -- Perfect Game
• ML debut Aug. 4, 2005 at Detroit...T-Mobile debut vs. MIN Aug. 9, 2005. LONGEST WIN STREAK: 9, 2x, last: 6/23/12-8/27/12
• At 19 years, 118 days old at debut, was the 3rd-youngest player to debut in Mariners LONGEST LOSING STREAK: 8, 7/6/18-9/26/18
history & 2nd-youngest pitcher…youngest pitcher since Jose Rijo worked as reliever in
‘84 (19 years, 54 days, 7/6/84 at MIN). HERNÁNDEZ vs. RANGERS
• Born in Valencia, VZ…signed as 16-year-old International FA 7/4/02. Hernández is making his 58th career start vs. Texas... is 19-25 with a
• A.L. All-Star: 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 (starter) & 2015, most by any Mariner pitcher
4.18 ERA (165 ER, 355.0 IP) with 124 walks and 311 strikeouts in 57
and 4th most overall behind Ken Griffey Jr. (10), Ichiro Suzuki (10) and Edgar Martinez (7).
• Threw the first Perfect Game in Mariners history, and 23rd in ML history, Aug. 15, starts against the Rangers... here is how Félix has fared agaisnt current
2012 in a 1-0 victory over Tampa Bay at T-Mobile Park (9.0,0,0,0,0,12)…7th PG in Rangers batters:
MLB history to be decided in a 1-0 game, and 1st in the AL since 1984. PLAYER AVG AB H HR RBI BB SO
LAST START…ND in his last start, a 5-7 Mariners loss on August 24 vs. Toronto... E. Andrus .283 106 30 0 17 9 15
tossed 5.2 innings and allowed 2 runs on 3 hits (2 home runs) with 3 walks and W. Calhoun .333 3 1 0 1 0 0
4 strikeouts... left the game with a 5-2 lead in the top of the 6th inning...was acti- S. Choo .254 63 16 2 5 13 18
vated from the 60-Day Injured list prior to the game and made his first start since D. DeShields .000 11 0 0 0 2 5
May 11 at BOS. L. Forsythe .214 14 3 0 0 0 5
OUCH... was placed on the 10-Day Injured List with a right shoulder strain on May J. Gallo .294 17 5 0 0 4 6
12... was moved to the 60-Day IL on July 28... made 5 rehab starts between R. Guzman .500 4 2 0 1 0 0
Modesto, Everrett and Tacoma, tossing 13.1 innings and allowing 5 runs (3.38 I. Kiner-Falefa .400 5 2 0 0 0 0
ERA) on 10 hits and 4 walks with 20 stirkeouts before he was activated on August J. Mathis .235 34 8 2 2 0 7
24. N. Mazara .333 15 5 1 8 1 2
CLIMBING THE RANKS…ranks 38th all-time with 2,505 career strikeouts… R. Odor .189 37 7 3 10 1 11
reached the 2,500 career strikeouts milestone on May 11 at Boston…only 6 H. Pence .000 3 0 0 0 0 1
active pitchers have at least 2,500 career strikeouts: CC Sabathia (3,080), Justin D. Santana .200 10 2 0 0 0 5
Verlander (2,949), Max Scherzer (2,649), Zach Greinke (2,585), Cole Hamels
(2,530) and Félix Hernández (2,505)…at 33 years, 33 days of age, was the MARINERS RANKINGS
Category Rank # Next Up
6th-youngest pitcher all-time to reach 2,500 strikeouts; the only pitchers to Wins 1st 169 - - - (J. Moyer, 145, is 2nd)
reach this milestone at a younger age are Nolan Ryan (31.101), Walter John- Innings 1st 2,702.1 - - - (J. Moyer, 2,093.0, is 2nd)
son (31.197), Pedro Martinez (32.221), Tom Seaver (32.287) and Bert Blyleven Strikeouts 1st 2,505 - - - (R. Johnson, 2,162, is 2nd)
Quality Starts 1st 257 - - - (J. Moyer, 188, is 2nd)
(33.000). Starts 1st 412 - - - (J. Moyer, 323, is 2nd)
OUTSIDE OF MAY... was placed on the 10-Day Injured List with a right shoulder Shutouts 2nd 11 R. Johnson, 19
strain following his 2nd start in May this season... excluding his 2 May starts, is
1-2 with a 4.13 ERA (17 ER, 37.0 IP) with 7 walks and 33 stikeouts this season... ALL-TIME STRIKEOUTS
holds a career record of 25-29 in May with a 4.43 ERA (213 ER, 433.0 IP), his highest in any month (next: Sept/ Rk. Player K
Oct: 3.60). 36. A.J. Burnett..............................2,513
KING OF SEATTLE... is 1 of 12 pitchers in Major League history to record at least 2,500 strikeouts with one 37. Christy Mathewson (HOF)........2,507
club…joins Walter Johnson-WAS (3,515), Bob Gibson-STL (3,117), Steve Carlton-PHI (3,031), John Smoltz- 38. Félix Hernández.....................2,505
ATL (3,011), Phil Niekro-ATL (2,912), Don Sutton-LAD (2,696), Mickey Lolich-DET (2,679), Roger Clemens-BOS 39. Don Drysdale (HOF).................2,486
(2,590), Bob Feller-CLE (2,583), Tom Seaver-NYM (2,541) and Christy Mathewson-NYG (2,504). 40. Jack Morris (HOF)....................2,478
2018 SEASON RECAP…went 8-14 with a 5.55 ERA (96 ER, 155.2 IP) with 125 strikeouts and 59 walks in 29 games
(28 starts) with Seattle…placed on the 10-day IL July 10-21 with lower back stiffness...was the Mariners Opening Day starter for 10th consecutive season
(11th time overall).
WAIT A SECOND…Made 10 appearances, 9 starts, in the second half of the 2018 season and was 0-7, 6.44 (36 ER, 50.1 IP)...was 8-7, 5.13 in 19 starts
prior to the All-Star Break.
HE’S OUR LEADER…became the Mariners all-time career leader in strikeouts on April 23, 2016 at the Angels (previous: Randy Johnson, 2,162)…became
the club’s all-time career leader in wins on May 9, 2016 vs. the Rays (previous: Jamie Moyer, 145)…is the only active pitcher in the Majors who holds his
current club’s all-time record for career wins and strikeouts.
VENEZUELAN PRIDE…Félix is one of two pitchers from Venezuela to win the Cy Young (also: Johan Santana, 2004 & 2006)…among pitchers born in
Venezuela, Félix holds the all-time record for wins, starts, innings pitched and strikeouts.
WORKHORSE...Since 1985, leads all pitchers with 2,262.1 innings pitched before his age 30 season... is 1 of only 3 pitchers since 1985 to toss more than
2,000 innings before his age 30 season (als: CC Sabathia: 2127.0 and Greg Maddux 2,127.0).
LOYALTY... is in his 15th season with the Mariners (2005-c), joining Edgar Martinez (18, 1987-2004) as the only other player to have played in at least 15
seasons with the Mariners... Jamie Moyer (11, 1996-2006) and Randy Johnson (10, 1989-1998) are the only other Mariners pitchers with careers spanning
10+ years in the Mariners organization.
CAREER…has spent entire pro career with Seattle…6-time All-Star (2009, 2011-15), 2-time ERA champ (2010, 2014), 2010 AL Cy Young Award winner…is
169-132 with a 3.38 ERA (1,016 ER, 2,702.1 IP) in 413 career appearances (412 starts) with 25 CG, 11 ShO, and 1 Perfect Game…holds Mariners all-time
career records for wins (169), starts (412), quality starts (257), innings pitched (2,702.1) and strikeouts (2,505).

TOMORROW'S PROBABLE STARTING PITCHER: LHP MARCO GONZALES (14-10, 4.17 ERA)
27-year-old left-hander is scheduled to make his 29th start of the season tomorrow vs. Texas... W#14 in his last start, a 3-1 Mariners win on August 27 at Tampa Bay (7.0,3,1,1,2,5)…
is 9-4 with a 3.41 ERA (33 ER, 87.0 IP) in 14 starts since June 7…was 0-6 with a 7.79 ERA (28 ER, 32.1 IP) in 7 starts (5/1-6/2), after opening the season 5-0 with a 2.80 ERA (14
ER, 45.0 IP) in first 7 starts (3/20-/425)…became the 2nd player in club history to start and win each of his first 5 starts to begin a season (Rick Honeycutt, 6, 1980)…W #5 in 14-2
Mariners win on 4/25 vs. TEX, allowing no ER in 7.0 IP…W#4 April 9, a 6-3 victory at KC (6.0,6,3,2,2,5)…made his first career Opening Day start, recording the win, on March 20
at Oakland (6.0,7,4,3,1,4,2HR)...2018: Among AL Leaders in 2018, ranked 4th in walks-per-9.0 IP, 18th in ERA and WHIP (1.22) and 25th in innings...led Mariners in wins (13) and
was 2nd in innings (166.2) and starts (29) in 2018...was on the 10-day IL with a cervical (neck) muscle strain 8/27 (retro to 8/24) to 9/10…won 5 straight starts, 6/29-7/29, allowing
just 6 earned runs across 34.1 IP (1.57 ERA) over that span…W#8 was the 1st complete game of his career, a 4-1 Mariners win on 6/29 vs. KC (9.0,6,1,1,0,7)…CAREER: Drafted
by St. Louis with 19th overall pick in the 2013 MLB Draft out of Gonzaga University…made MLB debut with the Cardinals on June 25, 2014 at Colorado…was acquired from STL
on 7/21/17 in exchange for minor league outfielder Tyler O’Neill…is 32-22 with a 4.35 ERA (196 ER, 408.0 IP) with 335 strikeouts in 79 games (71 starts) in parts of 5 Major League
seasons with St. Louis (2014-15, 2017) and Seattle (2017-c)...missed the 2016 season while recovering from ligament replacement surgery ("Tommy John") on his left elbow…vs.
TEX: Will be making his 10th career start against the Rangers... is 5-3 with a 3.25 ERA (19 ER, 52.2 IP) with 8 walks and 42 strikeouts in 9 career starts against Texas.
2019 MARINERS GAME NOTES • THURSDAY • AUGUST 29, 2019 • AT TEXAS RANGERS • PAGE 3

TEAM PITCHING
W-L ERA CG/SV IP H R ER BB-I SO HR
Season Totals 56-78 5.07 3/28 1185.2 1256 756 668 404-23 1023 228
Starters 33-47 5.28 3/0 619.0 714 412 363 161-3 486 125
Relievers 23-31 4.84 0/28 566.2 542 344 305 243-20 537 103
Openers* (25 GS) 0-3 6.91 0/0 27.1 26 22 21 19-0 28 5
“Follower” Pitchers (25 G) 6-8 4.60 0/0 133.0 130 69 68 26-2 89 30
T-Mobile Park 29-40 4.79 2/14 630.0 635 387 335 206-12 555 118
Road 27-38 5.39 1/14 555.2 621 369 333 198-11 468 110
March 5-1 4.11 0/4 57.0 56 35 26 24-0 49 9
April 13-13 4.60 0/8 233.0 252 141 119 76-5 215 41
May 7-21 6.03 0/2 240.1 270 185 161 92-3 213 52
June 12-16 5.21 1/5 252.1 267 160 146 98-9 198 41
July 10-13 4.95 1/4 202.0 206 125 111 51-2 176 45
August 9-14 4.70 1/5 201.0 205 110 105 63-4 172 40
September 0-0 0.00 0/0 0.0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0
* Does not include Kikuchi’s planned short start or bullpen start on 8/17 at TOR. Totals for “openers” included in Starters totals above. Totals for “Follower” pitchers included in Relievers totals above.

MARINERS BULLPEN BRIEFS


PITCHER LAST APP. IP,H,R,ER,BB,K LAST WIN LAST SAVE LAST LOSS SV/OPP 1st BF/RETIRED RI/STRANDED
52-Bass, rhp 8/28 vs. NYY 1.0,0,0,0,1,2 8/17 at TOR 8/7 vs. SD 8/9 vs. SD 2/7 (.286)^ 34/24 (.706)^ 11/11 (1.000)^
45-Guilbeau, lhp 8/27 vs. NYY 1.0,0,1,0,2,1 --- --- --- 0/0 (---) 5/5 (1.000) 2/2 (1.000)
49-LeBlanc, lhp* 8/28 vs. NYY 3.0,3,1,1,2,3,HR 7/25 vs. DET 5/2/17 @CIN (w/PIT) 8/16 at TOR 0/0 (---) 15/9 (.600) 7/3 (.429)
61-Magill, rhp 8/25 vs. TOR 1.0,1,0,0,0,2 8/7 vs. SD 8/25 vs. TOR 8/21 at TB 4/5 (.800) ^ 13/12 (.923) ^ 0/0 (.000) ^
36-McClain, rhp 8/27 vs. NYY 3.0,3,1,1,0,4 --- --- 8/24 vs. TOR 0/1 (.000) 7/4 (.571) 3/1 (.333)
50-Swanson, rhp** 8/27 vs. NYY 1.0,0,0,0,0,1 --- --- --- 0/0 (---) 11/11 (1.000) 1/1 (1.000)
62-Tuivailala, rhp** 8/25 vs. TOR 1.0,1,0,0,1,1 7/30 at TEX --- 6/20/18 at PHI (w/STL) 0/0 (---) 13/11 (.846) 2/2 (1.000)
44-Wisler, rhp** 8/28 vs. NYY 0.2,2,1,1,0,1,HR 5/24 at TOR (w/SD) 6/23 at PIT (w/SD) 0/1 (,000)^ 17/11 (.647)^ 4/2 (.500)^
*Relief appearances only ^With Seattle Only **Includes games as “opener” Team Totals 28/51 (.549) 413/267 (.646) 177/115 (.650)

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#52 - ANTHONY BASS, RHP 2019: 34 G, 2-4, 3.49 ERA, 2-7 SV, 4 HLD #50 - ERIK SWANSON, RHP 2019: 17 G, 8 GS, 1-5, 6.56 ERA, 0-0 SV, 0 HLD
Career-High IP: 5.0-relief (4/10/15 vs. HOU w/TEX) 2019-High IP: 2.0-3x (6/29 vs. HOU) Career-High/2019-High IP (relief only): 2.0 (4x, last: 8/19 at TB).
• Lately - Has allowed run(s) in just 3 of last 16 games (16.1 IP, 4 ER/2.20 ERA). • Streak - Has not allowed a run in last 5 G (8/13-c): 6.0 IP, 2 H, 2 BB, 6 K.
• Last Game - Worked ShO IP (1 BB, 2 K) 8/28 vs. NYY. • Last Game - Tossed ShO 7th (1 H, 1 K) 8/26 vs. NYY.
• W #2 - Allowed solo HR in 7th 8/17 at TB for BS #5, but notched win in 4-3 game. • Nice Work - Retired 6 of 7 BF (BB) in 2.0 ShO IP of Mariners 9-3 win, 8/19 at TB.
• L #4 - Allowed 1 H, but 3 BB (1 IBB) and 3 R (2 ER) 8/9 vs. TB. • Bullpen/Opener - 0-0, 4.41 in 10 G as opener or reliever this season (16.1 IP, 8 ER).
• SV #2 - Pitched ShO 9th protecting 3-2 lead 8/7 vs. SD (1 H, 1 GIDP). • As a Starter - 1-5, 7.98 in 6 GS 4/17-5/16 (29.1 IP, 37 H, 26 ER, 11 BB, 20 K).
• Nails - Struck out 3 in the 8th to preserve a 2-2 tie in 3-2 win 7/26 vs. DET. • Welcome - Recalled from AAA Tacoma July 16 for his 3rd stint in Seattle.
• SV #1 - Inherited 2-out bases loaded jam in 8th and retired 1st BF before a • 1st MLB Win - Did not allow a run in 6.0 IP 5/5 at CLE in 10-0 Seattle win.
1-2-3 9th in 4-3 SEA win 5/31 vs. LAA. • MLB Debut - Worked 2.0 IP in relief, allowing 2 ER, w/4 SO 4/11 at KC.
• SEA debut - Made Seattle debut on 5/22 at TEX (0.2,0,0,0,0,0). • Tacoma Recap - Was 0-1, 5.55 in 10 G, 6 GS, with Rainiers (28 ER, 31.1 IP).
• Acquired - Signed as FA May 21 after release at his request from StL-AAA club. • Welcome to Seattle - Acquired by Seattle (with Justus Sheffield (lhp) and Dom
• At AAA Louisville - 1-1 w/9 SV, 2.21 ERA (5 ER, 20.1 IP) in 19 relief apps. Thompson-Williams (of)) from NYY in exchange for James Paxton (lhp) 11/ 19/18.
• Career - Selected by the Rangers in the 8th round of the 2014 MLB Draft …
#45 - TAYLOR GUILBEAU, LHP 2019: 5 G, 0-0, 2.08 ERA, 0-0 SV, 1 HLD
acquired by the Yankees on Aug. 1, 2016.
Career-High / 2019-High IP: 1.0-4x (last: 8/27 vs. NYY)
#62 - SAM TUIVAILALA, RHP 2019: 13 G, 2 GS, 1-0, 1.35 ERA, 0-0 SV, 6 HLD
• Last Game - Managed to turn 2 BB, HBP, E1 into just 1 UN-ER in 1.0 IP 8/27 vs. NYY.
• Hold #1 - K’d only batter faced, stranding inherited runner, 8/24 vs. TOR. Career-High IP: 3.0 (8/20/17 at PIT w/StL) 2019-High IP: 1.1 (7/30 at TEX)
• MLB Debut - Made Major League debut on 8/17 at TOR (1.0,1,1,1,0,0,HR). • Say it - too-ee-vai-lull-lah
• Welcome to Seattle - Selected from AAA Tacoma on Aug. 15. • Last Game - Tossed ShO 8th, 8/25 vs. TOR for hold #6, his 6th hold in last 6 G.
• With Tacoma - 0-0, 1.80 (1 ER, 5.0 IP) in 5 G with Rainiers (5 SO, 2 BB). • Opener - Is 0-0, 0.00 in 2 G as an “opener”: 2.0 IP, 2 BB, 1 K.
• Acquired - From WAS on 7/31 as part of a 5-player deal. • W #1 - Stranded 1 inherited runner in the 6th; tossed scoreless 7th inning to
• With WASH - AA Harrisburg: 1-2, 2.31 ERA (9 ER, 35.0 IP) w/10 BB & 44 K earn his 1st win in Seattle’s 8-5 victory, 7/30 at TEX.
in 27 G...was 2-0,5.19 ERA (5 ER, 8.2 IP) w/5 BB, 6 K in 7 G at AAA Fresno. • Return - Allowed 2 ER in 1.0 IP 7/16 at OAK; 1st app. since 8/8/18.
• Welcome Back - Returned from rehab assignment at AAA Tacoma and acti-
#49 - WADE LeBLANC, LHP 2019: 23 G, 8 GS, 6-7, 5.35 ERA, 0-0 SV, 0 HLD
vated from 60-day IL July 15.
Career-High / 2019-High IP (relief): 8.0 (6/3 vs. HOU) • Minor Rehab - 0 run in 5 G at AA (5.0 IP); was 1-0 in 2 G at AAA (1 ER, 1.2 IP).
• Last Game - Allowed solo HR in 3.0 IP vs. NYY 8/28 (3 H, 1 R, 2 BB, 3 K). • Ouch - Began year on 10-day IL recovering from surgery to repair a ruptured
• Penned In - Moved to ‘pen 8/23 when Sheffield, Hernandez back in rotation. right Achilles tendon (injury occurred Aug. 8, 2018 at TEX)...IL stint included ‘19
• Innings Eater - 14 of 23 appearances have been 5.0+ innings. rehab assignments to short-A Everett, A Modesto, AA Arkansas, AAA Tacoma.
• Skid - Was 0-4, 7.76 in 5 G (26.2 IP, 23 ER), 7/31-8/21 (38 H, 3 BB, 15 K, 9 HR). • Welcome - Acquired from St. Louis 7/27/18 for MiLB rhp Seth Elledge.
• W #6 - Allowed 1 ER in 6.0 IP 7/25 vs. DET (4 H, 4 K). • Converted - Was converted to pitcher (from SS) in 2012.
• As a Starter - 2-4, 8.35 in 8 GS this season (36.2 IP, 34 ER)...was 4-3, 4.09 in • Career - Was a 3rd round pick by St. Louis in the 2010 MLB Draft.
13 games as “bulk” pitcher following an opener (72.2 IP. 33 ER).
44 - MATT WISLER, RHP 2019: 17 G, 8 GS, 1-0, 3.71 ERA, 0-1 SV, 2 HLD
• Go Long - Notched an 8.0 inning relief appearance 6/3 vs. HOU (3 H, 1 ER).
Career-High IP (relief): 4.0 (5/29/18 vs. NYM w/ATL) 2019-High IP: 3.0 (5/10 at COL w/SD)
#61 - MATT MAGILL, RHP 2019: 41 G, 3-1, 4.32 ERA, 4-5 SV, 1 HLD • Last Game - Allowed 1 ER (+inherited runner) in 0.2 IP 8/28 vs. NYY (2 H, HR).
Career-High IP: 3.1 (2x, last: 6/23/18 vs. TEX w/MIN) 2019-High IP: 2.0-6x (7/23 vs. TEX) • W #1 - BS #1 8/23 vs. TOR, allowing 1 H (1 K) in 0.2 IP.
• W/ SEA - 13 G: 1-1, 4-5 SV, 4.05 ERA (13.1 IP, 6 ER), 11 H, 3 BB, 17 SO. • For Openers - Is 0-0, 0.00 (10.0 IP, 0 ER) in 8 GS as “opener” (10.0,4,0,0,1,10).
• Last Game - SV #4 w/scoreless 9th IP, 8/25 vs. TOR (1 H, 2 K) • In Relief - 1-0, 2 hold, 9.00 (7 ER, 7.0 IP) in 9 relief appearances w/SEA (13 H, 11 K).
• L #1/BS #1 - 8/21 at TB, allowing 2 ER in 9th (3 H, 1 IBB, WP). • With SEA - In 17 G (8 GS), has a 3.71 ERA (7 ER, 17.0 IP) with 21 K and 2 BB.
• SV #3 - Tossed 1-2-3 9th on 8/23 vs. TOR. • Mariners debut - 7/7 vs. OAK pitched 8th, allowing a solo home run.
• SV #2 - Notched 2nd career SV 8/20 at TB (2nd in 2 days) w/1-2-3 9th. • Acquired - From SD in exchange for cash considerations, July 4.
• SV #1 - Recorded 1st career SV 8/19 at TB, struck out side in 9th (1H) in 4-3 win. • With SD - 2-2, 5.28 ERA (17 ER, 29.0 IP) in 21 G (34 H, 10 BB, 34 K).
• W #1 - Worked ShO 8th in 2-2 tie 8/7 vs. SD (1 H, 2 K). • Career - Appeared in Majors with ATL (2015-18), CIN (2018) and SD (2019)...was
• Mariners debut - 2.0 IP, allowed 1 run on solo HR w/1 K 7/23 vs. TEX. Padres 7th round draft pick in 2011...trade to SEA marks 4th trade of his career.
• Trade - Acq. from MIN in exchange for cash considerations July 21.
• W/ MIN - Went 2-0 with a 4.45 ERA with 36 K and 15 BB in 28 G w/MIN.
• Rehab - Pitched in 5 G (1 GS) on a rehab assignment with AAA Rochester.
• Career - Prior to joining SEA, had appeared w/LAD (‘13), CIN (‘16) & MIN (‘18-19).
#36 - REGGIE McCLAIN, RHP 2019: 7 G, 1 GS, 0-0, 4.15 ERA, 0-1 SV, 0 HLD
Career-High IP: 3.0-2x (Last: 8/27 vs. NYY)
• Last Game - Allowed 1 ER in career-high matching 3.0 IP (3 H, 4 K) 8/27 vs. NYY.
• BS #1 / L #1 - 8/24 vs. TOR, allowing 1 ER in 0.1 IP (1 H, 2 BB).
• Start Me Up - Allowed 1 R on 3 H over 2.0 IP (BB, 0 K) as starter 8/17 at TOR.
• Strong Statement - Worked career-high 3.0 ShO IP, allowing 1 H w/2 K 8/10 vs. TB.
• MLB Debut - Allowed 3 ER in 1.0 IP 8/2 at HOU on 2 HR; retired 1st BF & K’d 2.
• Welcome to Seattle - Selected from AAA Tacoma on Aug. 2.
• MiL Recap - Went 3-4-2 with 2.23 ERA (18 ER, 72.2 IP) in 29 G, 3 GS
combined between High-A Modesto, AA Arkansas and AAA Tacoma...posted
a 3.29 ERA (15 ER, 41 IP) with 18 BB and 34 K’s over 17 G, 1 GS w/Tacom
• Career - Selected by Seattle in the 13th round of the 2016 MLB Draft from
the University of Missouri...Mid-Season Cal League All-Star with Modesto in
2017...has spent 4 minor league seasons in the Mariners organization.
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#4 - KEON BROXTON, OF vs. Lynn: .500 (1x2), K #2 - TOM MURPHY, C vs. Lynn: Never Faced
Last Game: 0x1, BB, K as CF, 8/28 vs. NYY Current Streak: 0 G (0x9) Last Game: 1x3, R, 2B, BB, K, 8/28 vs. NYY Current Streak: 1 G (1x3)
Homestand: 0x3, BB, 3 K Last HR: 8/18 at TOR (#6) Homestand: 2x13, 2 R, 2B, 2 BB, 6 K Last HR: 8/20 at TB (#16)
Season-Hi’s: streak: 4-2x (6/16-20)…hits: 2-7x (last: 8/14 at DET)…RBI: 2-3x (last: 8/17 at TOR) Season-Highs: streak: 9 (5/20-6/9)…hits: 3-2x (last: 8/19 at TB)…RBI: 4 (8/19 at TB)
• Ejection - 1st career ejection, 8/26 vs. NYY, by HP umpire Manny Gonzalez. • Catching On - 1st catcher in club history w/HR in 4 straight G (8/13-24)…
• Dinger - Belted his first homer as a Mariner (2R HR) on 7/31 at TEX. hit 6 HR in that span.
• Welcome to Seattle - Claimed off waivers from Baltimore on July 27; report- • Rollin’ - Since 7/5, is batting .321 (26x81) w/13 R, 5 2B, 3B, 8 HR, 17 RBI in 24 G.
ed to the Mariners on July 30…DFA by Baltimore on July 21. • Big Day - 3x3, 2 R, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 8/19 at TB; 2nd multi-HR G in a span of 3 G.
• Movement - Started the season with New York-NL..acquired by Baltimore in • HRs - 3 multi-HR G this year (4 career): 6/9 at LAA, 8/13 at DET & 8/19 at TB.
exchange for international bonus pool money on May 22. • Hit After Hit - Has hits in 41 of 57 games w/AB, including 13 multi-hit games.
• Career - originally selected by Arizona in the 3rd round of the 2009 MLB Draft.... • Heating Up - From May 20-June 19, hit safely in 13 of 14 games, batting
spent 5 MiL seasons with the Diamondbacks organization before he was ac- .314 (16x51) w/9 R, 2 2B, 6 HR and 14 RBI…homered in 5 of those 14 games.
quired by Pittsburgh in exchange for a PTBNL or cash on March 27, 2014. • Streak - Career-best 9G hit streak (5/20-6/9): .333/11x33, 7 R, 2B, 5 HR, 10 RBI.
• ML Career - Made MLB debut in 2015 with Pittsburgh...has appeared in parts of • Pitching In - Has 3 pitching outings: 5/1 vs. CHC, 5/18 vs. MIN & 6/2 vs. LAA.
5 seasons with PIT (2015), MIL (2016-18), NYM (2019), BAL (2019) & SEA (2019-c). • Homer - Hit 1st HR of the season leading off the 9th 4/12 vs. HOU; extended
#3 - J.P. CRAWFORD, INF vs. Lynn: .333 (2x6), 4 K the Mariners MLB-record HR streak to open season to 16 games.
Last Game: 0x4, 8/28 vs. NYY Current Streak: 0 G (0x4) #22 - OMAR NARVÁEZ, C vs. Lynn: .300 (3x10), RBI, 2 BB, 2 K
Homestand: 5x24, 5 R, 2B, HR, RBI, BB, 4 K Last HR: 8/23 vs. TOR (#6) Last Game: 1x4, 2B, 8/27 vs. NYY Current Streak: 1 G (1x4)
Season-Highs: streak: 6 (8/19-25)…hits: 4 (6/23 vs. BAL)…RBI: 4 (6/23 vs. BAL) Homestand: 5x18, 3 R, 2B, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 2 BB, 2 K Last HR: 8/24 vs. TOR (#19)
• Streak - Hit safely in season-high 6 straight G, 8/19-25: .417/10x24, 2B, 3B, Season-Hi’s: streak: 9 (6/17-26)…hits: 4-2x (last: 7/27 vs. DET)…RBI: 4-2x (last: 7/7 vs. OAK)
HR, 2 RBI)…matched his career best (also: 9/10 – 16/17 w/PHI). • Catching On - His 19 home runs are tied for 4th-most in a season by a
• Heating Up - Has hit safely in 11 of his last 14 games (8/13-c): .268/15x56, Mariners catcher (most: 25, Mike Zunino, 2017).
12 R, 3 2B, 1 3B, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 6 BB. • Backstop - Among American League catchers, ranks 1st in runs (57), 3rd in
• Every Day JP - Has reached base safely in 60 of 77 games, hit safely in 52 hits (103) and T4th in HR (19).
of 77 and has reached base safely at least twice in 34 of 77 games. • Go Yard - His 19 home runs are a career-high, (previous: 9, 2018, w/CWS).
• Double Up - Ranks T2nd on the club w/20 2B despite season debut on 5/10. • Century Mark - Is 1 of 5 Mariners catchers (done 11x) with at least 100
• Walkoff - Recorded first career walkoff hit w/RBI-1B w/1 out, 7/28 vs. DET. hits in a season…joins D. Wilson (6x), K. Johjima (2x), M. Olivo and D. Valle.
• What a Game - Set career-highs in hits (4) and RBI (4) on 6/23 vs. BAL. • 4-by-4 - Equaled career-high w/4 H, 7/27 vs. DET (also: 7/7 vs. OAK)…3rd
• Return - Put up 2 doubles and 3 RBI in first game back from IL, 6/14 at OAK. Mariners catcher w/multiple 4-hit games in a season (also: Dan Wilson,
• Ouch - On 10-day IL, 5/29 – 6/13, w/sprained left ankle…3-game rehab as- 1996-97, and Scott Bradley, 1988).
signment w/Modesto...left game 5/28 vs. TEX after twisting ankle in 8th inning. • Homers - Recorded 1st career multi-HR game, while also setting a career-high
• On The Board - Hit 1st HR as a Mariner 5/16 vs. MIN. in hits & tying career-high in RBI on 7/7 vs. OAK (4x4, 2 R, 2 HR, 4 RBI).
• SEA Debut - Started at SS and singled in 1st AB w/Seattle, May 10 at BOS. • Rollin’ - From June 17-26, hit .355 (11x31) over season-high 9-G hit streak.
• Welcome - Recalled from AAA Tacoma on May 10 (Moore IL). • Hot - From May 5-22, hit .372 (16x43) w/5 R, 2 2B, 3 HR, 7 RBI, 2 BB in 12 G.
• AAA Recap - Hit .319 (37x116) w/20 R, 7 2B, 3 HR, 15 RBI, 19 BB in 31 G w/TAC. #23 - AUSTIN NOLA, C/INF vs. Lynn: Never Faced
#8 - JAKE FRALEY, OF vs. Lynn: Never Faced Last Game: 0x3, R, BB, K, 8/28 vs. NYY Current Streak: 0 G (0x4)
Last Game: 0x1 as PH/CF, 8/28 vs. NYY Current Streak: 0 G (0x8) Homestand: 3x18, 3 R, 2 BB, 6 K Last HR: 8/19 at TB (#7)
Homestand: 2x17, R, 2B, 4 K Last HR: --- Season-Hi’s: streak: 7 (8/13-20)…hits: 3-3x (last: 8/15 at DET)…RBI: 3-3x (last: 8/19 at TB)
Season-Highs: streak: 2 (8/23-24)…hits: 1-2x (last: 8/24 vs. TOR)…RBI: --- • Rollin’ - Hits in 10 of last 13 G (8/13-c): 15x51/.294 w/10 R, 2 2B, 3 HR, 7 RBI, 6 BB.
• First - Singled to right field in the bottom of the 2nd inning, 8/23 vs. TOR, for • Lately - Since 7/14: .290 (36x124) w/21 R, 7 2B, 3B, 6 HR, 15 RBI, 10 BB in 34 G.
his first Major League hit. • Multi-Hit Games - Since 6/28, leads the Mariners with 13 multi-hit games.
• Debut - Made his Major League debut on 8/21 at TB (0x3, R, HBP, K). • First - Belted first Major League home run (off Wade Miley), 6/28 at HOU.
• Welcome to the Show - Selected from Triple-A Tacoma on Aug. 20…will be • Debut - Made ML debut & recorded 1st hit (1B off T. Anderson), 6/16 at OAK.
making his Major League debut with his first appearance. • Call Up - Selected from AAA Tacoma prior to the game on 6/16 at OAK.
• Prospecting - Is the Mariners No. 8 prospect according to MLB.com and #15 - KYLE SEAGER, INF vs. Lynn: .400 (2x5), RBI
the club’s No. 12 prospect according to Baseball America. Last Game: 1x4, R, HR, 2 RBI, 2 K, 8/28 vs. NYY Current Streak: 2 G (2x8)
• Tacoma - In 38 G w/AAA Tacoma, hit .276 (42x152) w/28 R, 12 2B, 3 3B, 8 HR & 33 RBI.
Homestand: 7x20, 2 R, 5 2B, HR, 7 RBI, 5 BB, 3 K, SB Last HR: 8/28 vs. NYY (#18)
• Movin’ On Up - Promoted from AA Arkansas to AAA Tacoma on June 20.
• Hey Now - Mid-Season Texas League All-Star (DNP, promotion). Season-Hi’s: streak: 14 (8/4-20)…hits: 3-2x (last: 8/13 at DET)…RBI: 6 (8/13 at DET)
• Down on the Farm - Began the year w/AA Arkansas, where he hit .313 • Lately - Hits in 29 of last 32 G (7/22-c): .345 (40x116) w/23 R, 10 2B, 3B, 12 HR,
(72x230) with 40 R, 15 2B, 2 3B, 11 HR, 47 RBI, 23 BB and 16 SB in 61 G. 32 RBI...has raised his AVG from .186 to .250 during this stretch.
• Career - Acquired by Seattle from Tampa Bay (along w/Mallex Smith) for • Leader - Among ML leaders since 7/22, ranks 2nd in SLG (.759), 2nd in OPS
Mike Zunino (c), Guillermo Heredia (of) and Michael Plassmeyer (lhp) on Nov. (1.183), T6th in HR (12), T6th in RBI (32), 8th in OBP (.424) & 12th in AVG (.345).
8, 2018…selected by the Rays in the 2nd round of the 2016 Draft out of LSU. • Long Ball - Has homered in 5 of his last 15 games, dating to 8/13 (7 HR total).
• Streak - Hit safely in 14 straight games (8/4-20): 19x52/.365, 3 2B, 8 HR, 17 RBI.
#9 - DEE GORDON, 2B vs. Lynn: .286 (6x21), 2 2B, 2 RBI, 2 BB, 6 K • Clutch - Belted a game-winning home run with 2 outs in the 8th, 8/17 at TOR.
Last Game: 0x4, 8/28 vs. NYY Current Streak: 0 G (0x9) • Homers - Belted his 190th career home run, 8/17 at TOR, passing Alex
Homestand: 4x16, R, 2B, 3B, RBI, BB, K Last HR: 5/6 at NYY (#3) Rodriguez for 4th-most in club history.
Season-Hi’s: streak: 10 (3/30-4/12)…hits: 3-7x (last: 8/23 vs. TOR)…RBI: 3 (3/31 vs BOS) • Big Day - Belted a career-high 3 home runs and equaled his career-high with 6
• Lately - Has hit safely in 18 of his last 23 G (7/14-c): .324/24x74, 7 R, 3 2B, RBI, 8/13 at DET…became 11th Mariners w/3+ HR in a game (last: José López,
2 3B, 3 RBI, 3 BB, 2 SB. 9/22/10 at TOR)…first Mariners lefty w/3 HR since Griffey Jr. (4/25/97 at TOR.
• Snap - 0-for-3 on 8/25 vs. TOR snapped 9G hit streak (8/15-24): .344/11x32, • Streak - Hit safely in 10 straight games, 7/22-8/2: .389/14x36, 2 2B, 3B, 3 HR, 7 RBI.
5 R, 2 2B, 2 3B, RBI, BB, 2 SB. • All-Time - Passed Alvin Davis for 5th-most hits in club history (1164), 7/28 vs. DET.
• Ouch - Was on the 10-day IL with a strained left quad from 7/23-8/10...missed 14 G. • Double Up - Fell a 2B short of the cycle, 7/30 at TEX (3x5, 2 R, 3B, HR, 4 RBI).
• Injury - On 10-day IL (right wrist contusion), May 21-June 10…3G-rehab w/AAA. • IL - On 60-day IL, March 18 - May 25, with a third-digit extensor hood tear
• On the Shelf - Left game after HBP (Happ) to right wrist, 5/9 at NYY…missed on his left hand…was the first IL trip of his career.
next 3 games (5/10-12)…appeared in back-to-back games (5/13-14) as #0 - MALLEX SMITH, OF vs. Lynn: .375 (3x8), RBI, BB, K
pinch-runner…returned to lineup on 5/16 vs. MIN before landing on the 10-day IL.
Last Game: 0x4, K, 8/27 vs. NYY Current Streak: 0 G (0x4)
• On the Move - Had stolen base and game-tying run as a pinch-runner, 5/13 vs.
OAK…was his first game action since leaving game on 5/9 at NYY after HBP. Homestand: 2x15, 3 R, HR, RBI, 3 BB, 3 K, 2 SB Last HR: 8/26 vs. NYY (#6)
• Milestone - Tallied 1,000th career hit on 4th-inning, 2-RBI single, 4/20 at LAA. Season-Highs: streak: 13 (6/1-14)…hits: 3-5x (6/21 vs. BAL)…RBI: 3 (6/5 vs. HOU)
• Streak - Reached base safely in 11 straight games, incl. 10 G hit streak, from • Leader - Leads the Major Leagues with 36 stolen bases (2nd. Ronald Acuña
3/30-4/12: 16x39/.410, 2B, 3B, HR, 9 RBI, 2 BB, 6 steals. Jr.-ATL, 31; and Aldalberto Mondesi-KC, 31).
• Steal Away - Is 1 of 3 active players with at least 300 career stolen bases. • He Gone - Since 2018, leads the Majors w/76 steals (2nd. T. Turner-WAS, 72).
#10 - TIM LOPES, INF vs. Lynn: Never Faced • On Base - Has recorded a hit or a walk in 62 of his last 77 G, 5/27-c (.322
OBP), batting .257 (81x315) w/42 R, 18 2B, 6 3B, 4 HR, 28 RBI, 23 BB, 28 SB.
Last Game: 0x2, 2 BB, CS, 8/28 vs. NYY Current Streak: 0 G (0x3)
• Milestone - Recorded his 100th career stolen base on 7/30 at TEX.
Homestand: 3x14, 2B, 5 BB, 7 K, CS Last HR: 8/6 vs. SD (#1) • Winner, Winner - Recorded 1st career walkoff hit with 2-out 1B in 9th, 7/26 vs. DET.
Season-Highs: streak: 6 (8/13-18)…hits: 2 (8/18 at TOR)…RBI: 2-2x (last: 8/16 at TOR) • Streak - From June 1-14, hit safely in a career-high 13 straight games:
• On a Roll - Has hit safely in 7 of last 10 G (8/17-c): .273/9x33, 2 R, 2 2B, 3 RBI. (.300/18x60)…is the tie-longest hit streak by a Mariner this year.
• Streak - Had 6-game hit streak (8/13-18): .333 (7x21) w/R, 2B, 4 RBI, 2 BB. • Speedy - Equaled club record and set career-high with 4 stolen bases, 5/27 vs. TEX…in
• HR - Recorded first career hit, a 2-run home run in 8th, 8/6 vs. SD. 8th, stole 2nd, 3rd and home…first Mariner to steal home since D. Ackley (5/20/12 at COL).
• Ouch - On 7-day concussion list, 7/26-8/5, including 4 rehab games with AAA Tacoma, 8/2-5. • Reset - Optioned to AAA Tacoma, 4/30–5/16…hit safely in 8 of 10 G with AAA.
• Debut - Made his Major League debut as a def. replacement (2B), 7/24 vs. TEX.
• Welcome to Seattle - Selected from AAA Tacoma on July 23. #20 - DANIEL VOGELBACH, 1B/DH vs. Lynn: .429 (3x7), 2B, 2 BB, 3 K
• Tacoma - Hit .302 (108x358) w/30 2B, 10 HR, 60 RBI & 24 SB in 91 G w/AAA Tacoma. Last Game: 0x3, BB, 3 K, 8/28 vs. NYY Current Streak: 0 G (0x15)
• Career - Selected by Seattle in the 6th round of 2012 Draft…first 5 pro seasons in Homestand: 0x15, 2 BB, 7 K Last HR: 8/21 at TB (#28)
the minors w/Seattle…traded to Toronto as PTBNL on Sept. 30, 2016 after Seattle Season-Highs: streak: 6 (5/13-20)…hits: 4 (6/12 at MIN)…RBI: 6-2x (7/19 vs. LAA)
acquired Pat Venditte (shp) on Aug. 6, 2016…after 2 seasons in the Blue Jays mi- • Leader - Among AL leaders, ranks 5th in walks (77) and T14th in home runs (28).
nor league system, signed with Seattle as a MiL free agent on Nov. 14, 2018. • Since ASB - 19x119/.160 w/5 2B, 7 HR, 18 RBI, 16 BB, 45 SO in last 35 G.
#25 - DYLAN MOORE, INF vs. Lynn: Never Faced • Power & Patience - Is 4th left-handed batter in club history w/25+ HR & 70+ BB…
Last Game: 1x3, RBI, BB, 8/28 vs. NYY Current Streak: 1 G (1x3) joins Griffey Jr. (5x, 1993, ‘96-99), A. Davis (2x, 1984, 1987) & K. Phelps (1987).
• Tossed - Had first ML ejection for arguing balls and strikes on 8/6 vs. SD.
Homestand: 3x13, 2 R, 2 HR, 5 RBI, BB, 3 K Last HR: 8/26 vs. NYY (#7)
• Multi - 3 multi-HR games this year: 4/7 at CWS, 7/19 vs. LAA & 7/24 vs. TEX.
Season-Highs: streak: 3-3x (8/18-c)…hits: 3 (4/25 vs. TEX)…RBI: 3 (8/26 vs. NYY) • Homer Happy - Recorded 2nd career multi-HR game and tied career-high
• Homers - Homered in back-to-back games for 1st time in career, 8/25-26. w/6 RBI, 7/19 at LAA (2x4, 2 R, 2 HR, 6 RBI).
• Versatile - Has appeared defensively at every position except catcher: left field • Hey Now - Named to his first career AL All-Star Team; went 0-for-1 as PH/DH.
(27 G, 12 GS), shortstop (21 G, 17 GS), second base (16 G, 9 GS), third base (14 • Shot Heard Round the Sound - Hit a mammoth 2-run home run into the 3rd
G, 5 GS), right field (11 G, 7 GS), first base (2 G), center field (1 G) & pitcher (1 G). deck in right field off Jose Leclerc in the 7th inning on May 27 vs. Texas…is
• Jack of All Trades - Is the 2nd player in club history to appear at every believed to be only the 3rd player in T-Mobile Park history (1999-c) to hit an
position except catcher in a single season, joining Andrew Romine (2018). upper deck home run to right field during a game (also: Mo Vaughn, 9/24/99
• Go Deep - Solo HR (#6) was club’s 1st hit in 3-1 win vs. TOR 8/25. off Gil Meche and Carlos Delgado, 8/7/01 off Arthur Rhodes).
• Ouch - On 10-day IL w/right wrist contusion, May 10-20...3G-rehab w/AAA.
• Big Day - Career-high 3 hits (incl. 2B), RBI, BB 4/25 vs. TEX as left-fielder.
• Homer Happy - Hit first career HR, a solo shot, off H. Bailey on 4/8 at KC.
• Debut - Made MLB debut 3/20 at OAK (in Tokyo); BB in only PA (BB, SB).
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SCORE BY INNINGS
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 X Total
Mariners 58 64 85 97 84 83 61 62 47 10 651
Opponent 97 94 84` 96 88 70 80 89 52 5 755

MARINER HOME RUNS Player Solo 2R 3R GS Total


RECORD BY HOME RUN… 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Beckham 6 6 1 2 15
2-25 15-31 20-15 11-4 3-3 4-0 1-0 Broxton 1 1 -- -- 2
Bruce 10 2 1 1 14
HOME RUNS BY POSITION… Total C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF DH PH P Crawford 6 -- -- -- 6
211 34 40 10 28 16 18 14 24 25 2 0 Court 1 -- -- -- 1
Encarnación 11 5 5 -- 21
Grand Slams (4): Domingo Santana, 3/20 at OAK; Jay Bruce, 5/5 at CLE; Tim Beckham, 2x, 7/25 vs. DET & 5/20 at TEX. Gordon 3 -- -- -- 3
Back-to-Back (10): Encarnación & Narváez, 4/15 vs. CLE; Beckham & Narváez, 4/19 at LAA; Murphy & Gor- Haniger 10 5 -- -- 15
don, 4/21 at LAA; Healy & Crawford, 5/16 vs. MIN; Haniger & Vogelbach, 5/19 vs. MIN; Vogelbach & Seager, Healy 2 4 1 -- 7
6/5 vs. HOU; Encarnación & Vogelbach, 6/9 at LAA; Santana & Vogelbach, 6/19 vs. KC; Seager & Murphy, Long -- -- 1 -- 1
2x, 4th & 6th inning 8/13 at DET. Lopes -- 1 -- -- 1
Inside-the-Park (0): None Moore 6 -- 1 -- 7
Murphy 6 7 3 -- 16
Pinch-Hit (2): Williamson, 6/5 vs. HOU; Beckham, 7/2 vs. STL Narváez 14 2 3 -- 19
Leadoff (4): Smith, 3/30 vs. BOS; Haniger, 3, 4/14 vs. HOU, 4/20 at LAA & 5/13 vs. OAK Nola 5 1 1 -- 7
Game-Ending (0): None Santana 16 3 1 1 21
Game-Winning in Last AB on Road (3): Haniger, 4/10 at KC; Vogelbach, 4/12 at KC; Beckham, 4/19 at LAA. Seager 12 5 1 -- 18
Multi (18): Beckham, 3/28 vs. BOS (2); Bruce, 4/6 at CWS (2); Vogelbach, 3x: 7/24 vs. TEX (2), 7/19 vs. LAA (2) & Smith 4 2 -- -- 5
4/7 at CWS (2); Encarnación, 3x: 4/8 at KC (2), 6/1 vs. LAA (2) & 6/9 at LAA (2); Healy, 4/18 at LAA (2); Santana, Vogelbach 17 7 4 -- 28
3x: 5/25 at OAK (2), 6/7 at LAA (2) & 6/19 vs. KC (2); Murphy, 3x, 8/20 at TB (2), 8/13 at DET (2) & 6/9 at LAA (2); Williamson 1 1 1 0 3
Team 131 52 24 4 211
Narváez, 2x: 7/7 vs. OAK (2) & 7/16 at OAK (2); Seager 8/13 at DET (3).
Runs via HR: 323

INJURED LIST
Name TYPE IL Dates Eligible Injury G Missed Team Record
Domingo Santana-of 10-Day August 19-current Aug.29 Right elbow inflammation 9 4-5
Brandon Brennan-rhp 10-Day August 14-current Aug.24 Right shoulder inflammation 14 7-7
Dan Altavilla-rhp 10-Day July 6-current July 16 Right forearm strain 42 18-24
Austin Adams-rhp 10-Day July 4-current July 14 Right shoulder strain 42 18-24
Mitch Haniger-of 10-Day June 7-current June 17 Ruptured testicle 68 30-38
Braden Bishop-of 10-Day June 5-current June 15 Lacerated spleen 70 31-39
Connor Sadzeck-rhp 60-Day June 4-current June 14 Right elbow inflammation 71 31-40
Chasen Bradford-rhp 60-Day June 3-current Aug 2 Right forearm strain 72 31-41
Ryon Healy-inf 60-Day May 21-current May 31 Lower back stiffness 84 33-51
Arodys Vizcaíno-rhp 60-Day April 14-current June 14 Right Shoulder Surgery 85 (w/SEA) 32-53
Anthony Swarzak-rhp 10-Day March 20 (retro to 3/17)-April 2 Right shoulder impingement 8 7-1
Shawn Armstrong-rhp 10-Day March 20 (retro to 3/17)-April 12 Left oblique strain 15 13-2
Chasen Bradford-rhp 10-Day April 9-April 22 Right shoulder inflammation 13 6-7
Wade LeBlanc-lhp 10-Day April 14-May 17 Strained right oblique 30 9-21
Dylan Moore-inf 10-Day May 10-May 20 Right wrist contusion 10 3-7
Kyle Seager-inf 60-Day March 20 (retro to 3/17)-May 24 Left third-digit extensor hood tear 53 23-30
Gerson Bautista-rhp 60-Day March 20 (retro to 3/17)-June 4 Right pectoralis strain 64 25-39
Dee Gordon-inf 10-Day May 21-June 10 Right wrist contusion 19 5-14
J.P. Crawford-inf 10-Day May 29-June 13 Left ankle sprain 15 5-10
Sam Tuivailala-rhp 60-Day March 20 (retro to 3/17)-July 15 Right Achilles rupture 97 39-58
Hunter Strickland-rhp 60-Day March 30-July 28 Right lat strain 104 42-62
Tim Lopes-inf 7-Day CL July 26-August 6 Concussion 8 4-4
Brandon Brennan-rhp 10-Day June 14-August 6 Strained right shoulder 42 18-24
Dee Gordon-inf 10-Day July 23-August 10 Left quad strain 14 7-7
Félix Hernández-rhp 60-Day May 12-current Right shoulder stiffness 87 35-52

STARTS BY POSITION (Team Record) STARTS BY BATTING ORDER (Team Record)


1B 2B SS 3B LF CF RF C DH 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Beckham 0-4 4-4 17-22 1-8 7-5 -- -- -- 2-7 Beckham -- 0-1 2-0 3-6 6-8 15-18 4-13 1-4 --
Bishop -- -- -- -- -- 1-6 -- -- -- Bishop 0-1 -- -- -- -- -- -- 0-3 1-2
Broxton -- -- -- -- -- 7-7 -- -- -- Broxton -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 4-0 3-8
Bruce 9-6 -- -- -- 3-3 -- 8-13 -- 0-3 Bruce -- -- 5-1 6-3 4-10 3-4 2-6 -- --
Court 1-0 -- -- -- 0-1 -- 1-1 -- -- Court -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 2-1 0-1
Crawford -- -- 29-48 -- -- -- -- -- -- Crawford -- 25-35 -- -- -- 0-3 2-4 1-5 1-1
Encarnación 16-29 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 9-10 Encarnación -- -- 11-25 12-12 2-2 -- -- -- --
Fraley -- -- -- -- -- 2-3 -- -- -- Fraley -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-1 1-2 --
Freitas -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0 -- Freitas -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0 --
Gordon -- 38-48 1-0 -- -- -- -- -- -- Gordon 5-9 1-0 -- -- -- 0-2 3-6 7-7 23-24
Haniger -- -- -- -- -- 11-10
14-27 -- -- Haniger 9-16 16-20 -- -- 0-1 -- -- -- --
Healy 1-2 -- -- 21-22 -- -- -- -- -- Healy -- -- -- 0-1 2-5 4-5 6-5 10-7 0-1
Long -- 3-14 -- 0-1 1-0 -- -- -- -- Long -- -- -- -- -- -- 1-0 2-7 1-8
Lopes -- 1-0 -- -- 6-12 -- -- -- -- Lopes 3-2 -- -- -- -- -- 3-5 1-3 2-0
Murphy -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 22-29 0-2 Moore -- -- -- -- -- -- 0-2 7-12 13-16
Moore -- 4-5 9-8 2-3 4-9 -- 2-4 -- -- Murphy -- -- -- -- 7-6 2-7 6-8 7-10 1-1
Narváez -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 33-47 6-7 Narváez -- 0-1 5-5 1-7 15-21 8-8 10-12 -- --
Negrón -- -- -- -- 1-2 -- 4-0 -- -- Negrón -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 3-1 2-1
Nola 13-13 6-7 -- -- -- -- 1-0 0-1 -- Nola -- -- 5-5 -- 3-2 2-1 8-8 1-4 1-1
Santana -- -- -- -- 21-36 -- 17-24 -- 6-8 Santana -- 11-12 24-33 1-9 7-11 1-2 0-1 -- --
Seager -- -- -- 32-44 -- -- -- -- 0-1 Seager -- 3-5 -- 8-8 2-7 14-20 4-3 1-2 --
Smith -- -- -- -- 1-1 35-52 7-8 -- -- Smith 39-50 -- -- -- -- -- 2-0 0-2 2-9
Suzuki -- -- -- -- -- -- 2-0 -- -- Suzuki -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 2-0
Vogelbach 16-24 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 31-37 Vogelbach -- 0-4 4-9 25-32 8-5 7-8 1-1 2-2 --
Williamson -- -- -- -- 10-11 -- -- -- -- Williamson -- -- -- -- -- -- 3-3 5-6 2-2
PITCHER: Gonzales (15-13), Kikuchi (12-15), Hernández (3-6), Leake (11-11), LeBlanc (2-6), Milone (1-4), Swanson (2-6), Gearrin (0-2), Moore (0-1), Adams (1-1), Carasiti (2-3),
Bautista (1-1), Scott (1-1), Wisler (3-5), Tuivailala (0-2), McClain (1-0), Sheffield (1-1).

MARINERS MULTI-HIT GAMES: MARINERS MULTI-RBI GAMES: GAME-WINNING/2-OUT RBI:


Player 2 3 4 5 Total Player 2 3 4 5+ Total Player GWRBI
Beckham 9 3 1 -- 13 Beckham 5 4 1 1 11 Seager....................................................................10
Bishop 1 -- -- -- 1 Bishop 1 -- -- -- 1 Santana....................................................................9
Bruce 5 2 -- -- 7 Bruce 4 1 1 -- 6 Vogelbach.................................................................6
Broxton 2 -- -- -- 2 Broxton 2 -- -- -- 2 Haniger.....................................................................5
Court 2 -- -- -- 2 Court 1 1 -- -- 2 Murphy / Beckham...................................................4
Crawford 11 3 1 -- 15 Crawford 5 2 1 -- 8 Crawford ........................................................................... 3
Encarnación 13 3 -- -- 16 Encarnación 4 5 3 -- 12 Gordon / Narváez / Nola ................................................ 2
Fraley -- -- -- -- -- Fraley -- -- -- -- -- Bruce / Encarnación / Moore............................................ 2
Gordon 15 7 -- -- 22 Gordon 4 1 -- -- 5
Haniger 14 -- -- -- 14 Haniger 6 2 -- -- 8 Player 2-Out RBI
Healy 8 1 1 -- 10 Healy 3 2 -- 1 6 Santana..................................................................32
Long 4 -- -- -- 4 Long -- 1 -- -- 1 Encarnación...........................................................24
Lopes 2 -- -- -- 2 Lopes 3 -- -- -- 3 Vogelbach...............................................................21
Moore 4 1 -- -- 5 Moore 1 1 -- -- 2 Beckham................................................................19
Murphy 10 2 -- -- 12 Murphy 8 3 1 -- 12 Murphy...................................................................18
Narváez 19 7 2 -- 28 Narváez 5 2 2 -- 9 Seager....................................................................17
Negrón 1 -- -- -- 1 Negrón -- -- -- -- -- Haniger...................................................................16
Nola 10 3 -- -- 13 Nola 1 3 -- -- 4 Narváez / Moore.....................................................15
Santana 22 8 -- -- 30 Santana 8 1 3 1 13 Crawford.................................................................13
Seager 15 2 -- -- 17 Seager 8 3 1 1 13 Gordon...................................................................12
Smith 19 5 -- -- 24 Smith 8 1 -- -- 9 Smith .....................................................................10
Suzuki -- -- -- -- 0 Suzuki -- -- -- -- 0 Bruce........................................................................8
Vogelbach 17 2 1 -- 20 Vogelbach 9 4 -- 2 15 Nola..........................................................................6
Healy / Williamson....................................................4
Williamson 1 -- -- -- 1 Williamson -- 2 -- -- 2 Court.........................................................................2
Team 195 49 6 0 259 Team 87 40 13 6 146 Long / Lopes............................................................1
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2019 MARINERS HIGHS & LOWS


MARINERS UPDATE
Overall Record.........................................56-78 CLUB
Series Records.................................... 17-24-3 LONGEST WINNING STREAK............................................................................ 6, 2x, last: July 24 - July 30
First Game of Series................................20-24 LONGEST LOSING STREAK.........................................................................................6, 4x, last: July 7 - 17
Second Game of Series..........................16-28 MOST RUNS, GAME:
Third Game of Series..............................15-21 Mariners............................................................................................................... 14, 2x, last: June 5 vs. HOU
Fourth Game of Series................................5-5 Opponent........................................................................................................................... 18, May 18 vs. MIN
Leading After 6........................................48-12 MOST RUNS, INNING:
Trailing After 6............................................5-58 Mariners........................................................................................................ 8, 2x, last: June 23 vs. BAL (3rd)
Tied After 6...................................................3-8 Opponent..................................................................................................................... 8, May 11 at BOS (3rd)
Leading After 7..........................................44-8 MOST HITS, 9-INNING GAME:
Trailing After 7............................................4-63 Mariners............................................................................................................................. 16, July 27 vs. DET
Tied After 7...................................................8-7 Opponent...........................................................................................................................20, April 27 vs. TEX
Leading After 8..........................................48-3 FEWEST HITS, 9-INNING GAME:
Trailing After 8............................................1-70 Mariners................................................................................................................... 0, 2x, last: Aug. 3 at HOU
Tied After 8...................................................7-6 Opponent.............................................................................................................................. 1, July19 vs. LAA
Score First................................................34-26 MOST HITS, INNING:
Opponent Score First..............................23-51 Mariners........................................................................................................ 6, 4x, last: June 23 vs. BAL (3rd)
Comeback Wins / Blown Losses.........27 / 32 Opponent....................................................................................................................... 8, July 12 at LAA (1st)
Last at-bat W/L (walk-off).............. 13-12 (4-5) MOST DOUBLES, GAME:
Hit a home run.........................................54-53 Mariners..................................................................................................................5, 4x, last: July 27 vs. DET
No home runs............................................2-25 Opponent.............................................................................................................................7, April 27 vs. TEX
Scoring 4 or more runs...........................51-30 MOST TRIPLES, GAME:
Mariners..................................................................................................................................3, April 11 at KC
Scoring less than 4 runs...........................5-48
Opponent.............................................................................................................. 1, 15x, last: Aug. 15 at DET
Shutouts Thrown / Times Shutout...........3 / 8
MOST HOME RUNS, GAME:
Score in 3 or more innings......................49-23
Mariners..................................................................................................................................6, June 9 at LAA
Out-hit opponent.....................................37-13
Opponent................................................................................................................. 6, 3x, last: Aug. 2 at HOU
Out-hit by opponent................................16-59
MOST STOLEN BASES, GAME:
Hits even.......................................................3-6 Mariners............................................................................................................................... 6, May 27 vs. TEX
Lineups Used.............................................. 125 Opponent................................................................................................................................5, April 10 at KC
Players Used (Pitchers)......................... 63 (40) MOST ERRORS, GAME:
T-Mobile Park Roof Open.......................27-33 Mariners................................................................................................................. 4, 3x, last: June 15 at OAK
T-Mobile Park Roof Closed.........................2-1 Opponent..............................................................................................................................5, June 12 at MIN
T-Mobile Park Roof Moved.........................0-6 MOST DOUBLE PLAYS TURNED, GAME:
Sunday Cream Jersey.................................4-5 Mariners.................................................................................................................................5, May 22 at TEX
Northwest Green Jersey.............................6-5 Opponent................................................................................................................................4, July 4 vs. STL
Astro Navy Jersey......................................9-16 MOST STRIKEOUTS, 9-INNING GAME:
2018 after 134 games..............................75-59 Mariners hitters.....................................................................................................16, 3x, last: July 27 vs. DET
2018 after 135 games..............................75-60 Opponent hitters................................................................................................................ 13, May 20 vs. TEX
2018 after 136 games..............................76-60 MOST WALKS, 9-INNING GAME:
Best ever after 134 games..............96-38 (‘01) Mariners hitters................................................................................................................... 11, April 18 at LAA
Best ever after 135 games..............96-39 (‘01) Opponent hitters.................................................................................................................11, May 11 at BOS
Best ever after 136 games..............97-39 (‘01) MOST LEFT ON BASE, 9-INNING GAME:
March / April.............................................18-14 Mariners..............................................................................................................................15, May 24 at OAK
May.............................................................7-21 Opponent...........................................................................................................................13, April 27 vs. TEX
June..........................................................12-16 LARGEST DEFICIT OVERCOME IN WIN.............................................................................4, April 11 at KC
July............................................................10-13 LARGEST LEAD GIVEN UP IN LOSS............................................................................5, March 29 vs. BOS
August........................................................9-14 LARGEST WINNING MARGIN.............................................................................. 13, June 5 vs. HOU (14-1)
September / October..................................0-0 LARGEST LOSING MARGIN.................................................................... 14, 2x, last: May 18 vs. MIN (4-18)
Monday.........................................................6-6 LONGEST GAME, INNINGS, HOME.............................................................................14.0, June 6 vs. HOU
Tuesday......................................................8-13 LONGEST GAME, INNINGS, ROAD................................................... 12.0, March 21 at OAK (Tokyo Dome)
Wednesday.................................................9-11 SHORTEST GAME, 9-INNINGS, HOME.........................................................................2:16, April 2 vs. LAA
Thursday.......................................................7-7 SHORTEST GAME, 9-INNINGS, ROAD...........................................................................2:05, April 24 at SD
Friday........................................................10-13 LONGEST GAME, 9-INNINGS, HOME....................................................................3:51, August 23 vs. TOR
Saturday.....................................................6-16 LONGEST GAME, 9-INNINGS, ROAD........................................................................... 3:59, April 18 at LAA
Sunday......................................................10-12 LONGEST GAME, EXTRA-INNINGS, HOME...............................................................5:06, June 6 vs. HOU
T-Mobile Park Sellouts................................1-0 LONGEST GAME, EXTRA-INNINGS, ROAD................... 4:27, March 21 at OAK (12 innings) (Tokyo Dome)
1-Run Games/2-Run Games......... 17-22/6-14 LARGEST CROWD, HOME...................................................................................45,601, March 28 vs. BOS
Extra Innings................................................6-3 SMALLEST CROWD, HOME.................................................................................... 11,214, April 15 vs. CLE
LARGEST CROWD, ROAD.............................................................. 46,451, March 21 at OAK (Tokyo Dome)
Average Time of Game (9-inn.)................. 3:04
SMALLEST CROWD, ROAD...................................................................................... 7,455, August 20 at TB
Postponements.............................................. 1

INDIVIDUAL BATTING
LONGEST HITTING STREAK................................................................................................................................................................... 14, Kyle Seager, August 4-21
MOST HITS, GAME...............................................................................................................................................................4, 6x, last: Omar Narváez, July 27 vs. DET
MOST RUNS, GAME........................................................................................................................................................................... 4, Mallex Smith, June 21 vs. BAL
MOST DOUBLES, GAME...........................................................................................................................................................................3, Ryon Healy, May 8 at NYY
MOST TRIPLES, GAME....................................................................................................................................................1, 25x, last: Dee Gordon, August 23 vs. TOR
MOST HOME RUNS, GAME...............................................................................................................................................................3, Kyle Seager, August 13 at DET
MOST EXTRA-BASE HITS, GAME.......................................................................................................................................... 4, Ryon Healy (3 2B, HR), May 8 at NYY
MOST RBI, 9-INNING GAME........................................................................................................................................... 6, 2x, last: Daniel Vogelbach, July 19 vs. LAA
MOST RBI, EXTRA-INNING GAME.....................................................................................................................................3, 2x, last: Omar Narváez, May 13 vs. OAK
MOST STOLEN BASES, GAME........................................................................................................................................................... 4, Mallex Smith, May 27 vs. TEX
GRAND SLAMS (4)......................... Domingo Santana, March 20 at OAK (Tokyo Dome); Jay Bruce, May 5 at CLE; Tim Beckham, May 20 at TEX & July 26 vs. DET

INDIVIDUAL PITCHING
FEWEST HITS ALLOWED (CG):
Mariners.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1, Mike Leake, July 19 vs. LAA
Opponents........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ None
MOST STRIKEOUTS, GAME (Starter):
Mariners.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 10, Yusei Kikuchi, May 3 at CLE
Opponents.............................................................................................................................................................................................. 13, Mike Minor, April 27 vs. TEX
MOST STRIKEOUTS, GAME (Reliever):
Mariners................................................................................................................................................................................................. 8, Wade LeBlanc, June 9 at LAA
Opponents................................................................................................................................................................................................ 8, Félix Peña, June 30 vs. LAA
MOST WALKS, GAME:
Mariners............................................................................................................................................................................................... 5, Yusei Kikuchi, June 23 vs. BAL
Opponents....................................................................................................................................................................................5, 4x, last: Wade Miley, Aug. 2 at HOU
MOST INNINGS, GAME, STARTER:
Mariners............................................................................................................................................................................ 9.0, 3x, last: Yusei Kikuchi, August 16 at TOR
Opponents.................................................................................................................................................................................. 8.2, Ryan Yarbrough, August 11 vs. TB
MOST INNINGS, GAME, RELIEVER:
Mariners......................................................................................................................................................................................... #8.0, Wade LeBlanc, June 3 vs. HOU
Opponents................................................................................................................................................................................................ 7.0, Félix Peña, July 12 at LAA
LONGEST WINNING STREAK:................................................................................................................................................. 6, Marco Gonzales, March 20 - April 25
LONGEST LOSING STREAK:...................................................................................................................................................... 6, Tommy Milone, June 22 - August 10
MOST CONSECUTIVE SCORELESS INNINGS:
Overall.........................................................................................................................................................................................................14.2, Mike Leake, July 19-24
Starter..........................................................................................................................................................................................................14.2, Mike Leake, July 19-24
Reliever............................................................................................................................................................................................. 13.0, Austin Adams, June 7 - July 3
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2019 MARINERS DAY-BY-DAYS


G D D/N OPP   W  / L SCORE WINNER/LOSER/SAVE REC. POS GA/GB CLUBS TIME ATT
1 3/20 N @OAK W 9-7 Gonzales (1-0)/Fiers/Strickland (1) 1-0 1st +0.5 HOU/LAA/TEX 3:24 45,787
2 3/21 N @OAK W 5-4 (12) Rosscup (1-0)/Buchter/Strickland (2) 2-0 1st +1.0 HOU/LAA/TEX 4:27 46,451
3 3/28 D BOS W 12-4 Gonzales (2-0)/Sale 3-0 T1st - - HOU/OAK/TEX 3:34 45,600
4 3/29 N BOS L 6-7 Johnson/Strickland (0-1)/Barnes 3-1 1st +1.0 HOU/LAA/OAK 3:20 29,002
5 3/30 N BOS W 6-5 Leake (1-0)/Rodriguez/Rumbelow (1) 4-1 1st +1.5 TEX/OAK/HOU 3:10 34,933
6 3/31 D BOS W 10-8 LeBlanc (1-0)/Porcello/Bradford (1) 5-1 1st +1.5 TEX/OAK/HOU 3:39 33,393
March (5-1) Batting: .270 (58x215), 15 HR Pitching: 5-1, 4 SV, 4.11 ERA (26 ER, 57.0 IP)
7 4/1 N LAA W 6-3 Hernández (1-0)/Stratton/ Elías (1) 6-1 1st +2.0 OAK/TEX/HOU 3:20 14,459
8 4/2 N LAA W 2-1 Gonzales (3-0)/Garcia/Swarzak (1) 7-1 1st +2.0 TEX/OAK/HOU 2:16 13,547
4/3 OFF DAY 1st +2.0 TEX
4/4 D @CWS PPD - Inclement Weather. Rescheduled for May 5. 1st +1.5 TEX --- ---
9 4/5 D @CWS L 8-10 Burr/Gearrin (0-1)/Colomé 7-2 1st +1.5 TEX 3:36 32,723
10 4/6 D @CWS W 9-2 Leake (2-0)/Giolito 8-2 1st +2.5 TEX 3:31 31,286
11 4/7 D @CWS W 12-5 LeBlanc (2-0)/Nova 9-2 1st +3.5 TEX 3:49 12,509
12 4/8 N @KC W 13-5 Elías (1-0)/Bailey 10-2 1st +3.5 HOU 3:17 10,259
13 4/9 N @KC W 6-3 Gonzales (4-0)/Junis/Swarzak (2) 11-2 1st +3.5 HOU 3:17 10,366
14 4/10 N @KC W 6-5 Swarzak (1-0)/Boxberger/Elías (2) 12-2 1st +3.5 HOU 3:17 12,775
15 4/11 D @KC W 7-6 (10) Brennan (1-0)/Sparkman/Sadzeck (1) 13-2 1st +4.0 HOU 3:27 10,231
16 4/12 N HOU L 6-10 Peacock/Armstrong (0-1)/Osuna 13-3 1st +3.0 HOU 3:22 30,972
17 4/13 N HOU L 1-3 Verlander/Hernández (1-1)/Osuna 13-4 1st +2.0 HOU 2:46 30,538
18 4/14 D HOU L 2-3 Cole/Brennan (1-1)/Osuna 13-5 1st +1.0 HOU 2:40 29,242
19 4/15 N CLE L 4-6 Bauer/Kikuchi(0-1)/Hand 13-6 2nd -0.5 HOU 3:33 11,215
20 4/16 N CLE L 2-4 Bieber/Leake (2-1)/Hand 13-7 2nd -0.5 HOU 3:07 11,838
21 4/17 D CLE L 0-1 Carrasco/Swanson(0-1)/Wittgren 13-8 2nd -0.5 HOU 2:32 13,529
22 4/18 N @LAA W 11-10 Swarzak (2-0)/Allen/Elías (3) 14-8 T1st - - HOU 3:59 33,592
23 4/19 N @LAA W 5-3 Rosscup (2-0)/Allen/ Elías (4) 15-8 T1st - - HOU 3:04 41,021
24 4/20 N @LAA W 6-5 Kikuchi (1-1)/Cahill/Swarzak (3) 16-8 1st +1.0 HOU 3:41 41,147
25 4/21 D @LAA L 6-8 Barria/Leake (2-2)/Garcia 16-9 1st +1.0 HOU 2:51 34,155
4/22 OFF DAY 1st +1.5 HOU
26 4/23 N @SD L 3-6 Margevicius/Swanson (0-2)/Yates 16-10 1st +0.5 HOU 2:54 25,154
27 4/24 D @SD L 0-1 Paddack/Hernández (1-2)/Yates 16-11 2nd -0.5 HOU 2:05 23,417
28 4/25 N TEX W 14-2 Gonzales (5-0)/Hearn 17-11 1st +0.5 HOU 3:25 12,649
29 4/26 N TEX W 5-4 (11) Elías (2-0)/Dowdy 18-11 1st +1.5 HOU 4:06 21,719
30 4/27 N TEX L 1-15 Minor/Leake (2-3) 18-12 1st +0.5 HOU 3:11 26,495
31 4/28 D TEX L 1-14 Lynn/Swanson (0-3) 18-13 T1st +2.0 HOU 3:10 21,513
4/29 OFF DAY T1st +2.0 HOU
32 4/30 N CHC L 5-6 Brach/Brennan (1-2)/Cishek 18-14 2nd -1.0 HOU 3:10 27,229
April (13-13) Batting: .248 (222x895), 45 HR Pitching: 13-13, 8 SV, 4.60 ERA (119 ER, 233.0 IP)
33 5/1 D CHC L 0-11 Lester/Gonzales (5-1) 18-15 2nd -1.0 HOU 2:41 29,479
5/2 OFF DAY 2nd -0.5 HOU
34 5/3 N @CLE L 1-2 Hand/Swarzak (2-1) 18-16 2nd -1.0 HOU 2:46 16,334
35 5/4 D @CLE L 4-5 Olson/Sadzeck (0-1)/Hand 18-17 2nd -2.0 HOU 2:41 18,420
36 5/5 D @CLE W 10-0 Swanson (1-3)/Anderson 19-17 2nd -2.0 HOU 2:54 19,665
37 5/6 N @NYY L 3-7 Sabathia/Hernández (1-3) 19-18 2nd -3.0 HOU 2:36 37,423
38 5/7 N @NYY L 4-5 Harvey/Swarzak (2-2) 19-19 2nd -3.0 HOU 3:15 36,851
39 5/8 N @NYY W 10-1 Kikuchi (2-1)/Loaisiga 20-19 2nd -3.0 HOU 3:07 38,774
40 5/9 N @NYY L 1-3 Happ/Leake (2-4)/Chapman 20-20 2nd -4.0 HOU 2:54 37,016
41 5/10 N @BOS L 1-14 Rodriguez/Swanson (1-4) 20-21 2nd -5.0 HOU 3:02 33,731
42 5/11 D @BOS L 5-9 Porcello//Hernández (1-4) 20-22 3rd -6.0 HOU 3:15 36,024
43 5/12 D @BOS L 2-11 Valazquez/Gonzales (5-2) 20-23 3rd -7.0 HOU 3:23 33,069
44 5/13 N OAK W 6-5 (10) Brennan (2-2)/Soria 21-23 3rd -7.0 HOU 3:47 12,514
45 5/14 N OAK W 4-3 Leake (3-4)/Anderson/Elías (5) 22-23 2nd -7.0 HOU 2:37 11,363
5/15 OFF DAY 2nd -7.5 HOU
46 5/16 N MIN L 6-11 Pineda/Swanson (1-5) 22-24 2nd -8.0 HOU 3:03 16,161
47 5/17 N MIN L 1-7 Pérez/Gonzales (5-3) 22-25 4th -9.0 HOU 2:36 20,256
48 5/18 N MIN L 4-18 Duffey/LeBlanc (2-1) 22-26 5th -10.0 HOU 3:50 34,440
49 5/19 D MIN W 7-4 Kikuchi (3-1)/Gibson 23-26 5th -9.0 HOU 3:00 31,070
50 5/20 N @TEX L 9-10 Minor/Leake (3-5) 23-27 5th -10.0 HOU 2:53 18,796
51 5/21 N @TEX L 3-5 Lynn/Milone (0-1)/Kelley 23-28 5th -11.0 HOU 2:56 19,157
52 5/22 D @TEX L 1-2 Sampson/Gonzales (5-4)/Kelley 23-29 5th -11.0 HOU 2:27 22,400
5/23 OFF DAY 5th -10.5 HOU
53 5/24 N @OAK L 2-6 Trivino/LeBlanc (2-2) 23-30 5th -11.5 HOU 3:25 12,902
54 5/25 D @OAK L 5-6 Fiers/Kikuchi (3-2)/Treinen 23-31 5th -12.5 HOU 2:52 18,975
55 5/26 D @OAK L 1-7 Anderson/Leake (3-6) 23-32 5th -12.5 HOU 2:38 14,664
56 5/27 N TEX W 6-2 Milone (1-1)/Lynn 24-32 5th -12.5 HOU 3:14 14,086
57 5/28 N TEX L 4-11 Sampson/Gonzales (5-5) 24-33 5th -13.5 HOU 3:17 12,287
58 5/29 D TEX L 7-8 Chavez/Bass (0-1)/Kelley 24-34 5th -13.5 HOU 3:20 16,060
59 5/30 N LAA L 3-9 Pena/Kikuchi (3-3) 24-35 5th -14.0 HOU 3:21 13,978
60 5/31 N LAA W 4-3 Leake (4-6)/Skaggs/Bass (1) 25-35 5th -14.0 HOU 2:35 32,167
May (7-21) Batting: .233 (219x941), 43 HR Pitching: 7-21, 1 SV, 6.03 ERA (161 ER, 240.1 IP)
61 6/1 D LAA L 3-6 Bedrosian/Brennan (2-3)/Robles 25-36 5th -15.0 HOU 3:16 28,112
62 6/2 D LAA L 3-13 Suarez/Gonzalez (5-6) 25-37 5th -16.0 HOU 3:22 28,905
63 6/3 N HOU L 2-4 Valdez/Gearrin (0-2)/Pressly 25-38 5th -17.0 HOU 2:49 11,826
64 6/4 N HOU L 5-11 Guduan/Brennan (2-4) 25-39 5th -18.0 HOU 3:21 12,245
65 6/5 N HOU W 14-1 LEAKE (5-6)/Peacock 26-39 5th -17.0 HOU 2:49 13,653
66 6/6 D HOU L 7-8 (14) Devenski/Festa (0-1) 26-40 5th -18.0 HOU 5:06 20,267
67 6/7 N @LAA W 6-2 Gonzales (6-6)/Heaney 27-40 5th -18.0 HOU 3:21 41,945
68 6/8 N @LAA L 3-12 Peters/Kikuchi (3-4) 27-41 5th -18.0 HOU 3:08 40,569
69 6/9 D @LAA W 9-3 LeBlanc (3-2)/Suarez 28-41 5th -18.0 HOU 3:17 41,614
6/10 OFF DAY 5th -18.0 HOU
70 6/11 N @MIN L 5-6 Magill/Brennan (2-5)/May 28-42` 5th -19.0 HOU 3:02 23,046
71 6/12 N @MIN W 9-6 (10) Bass (1-1)/Duffey/Elías (6) 29-42 5th -18.0 HOU 3:50 25,909
72 6/13 D @MIN L 5-10 Harper/Brennan (2-6) 29-43 5th -18.5 HOU 3:49 31,912
73 6/14 N @OAK W 9-2 Gonzales (7-6)/Bassitt 30-43 5th -18.5 HOU 3:00 21,387
74 6/15 N @OAK L 2-11 Montas/Bautista (0-1) 30-44 5th -19.5 HOU 2:58 14,846
75 6/16 D @OAK W 6-3 Leake (6-6)/Trivino/Elías (7) 31-44 5th -18.5 HOU 2:56 30,242
76 6/17 N KC L 4-6 Flynn/Bass (1-2)/Kennedy 31-45 5th -18.5 HOU 3:22 14.469
77 6/18 N KC L 0-9 Bailey/Kikuchi (3-5) 31-46 5th -18.5 HOU 3:06 12,854
78 6/19 D KC W 8-2 Gonzales (8-6)/Keller 32-46 5th -17.5 HOU 2:51 16,296
79 6/20 N BAL W 5-2 LeBlanc (4-2)/Bundy/Elías (8) 33-46 5th -16.5 HOU 3:16 15,217
80 6/21 N BAL W 10-9 Leake (7-6)/Gilmartin/Elías (9) 34-46 5th -15.5 HOU 3:18 23,293
81 6/22 D BAL L 4-8 Cashner/Milone (1-2) 34-47 5th -15.5 HOU 3:05 27,484
82 6/23 D BAL W 13-3 Kikuchi (4-5)/Ynoa 35-47 5th -15.5 HOU 3:07 22,837
6/24 OFF DAY
83 6/25 N @MIL W 8-3 Gonzales (9-6)/Davies 36-47 5th -15.5 HOU 3:38 28,468
84 6/26 N @MIL W 4-2 LeBlanc (5-2)/Houser/Elías (10) 37-47 5th -14.5 HOU 3:11 30,074
85 6/27 D @MIL L 2-4 Anderson/Leake(7-7)/Hader 37-48 5th -14.5 HOU 2:34 36,587
86 6/28 N @HOU L 1-2 (10) Harris/Festa (0-2) 37-49 5th -15.5 HOU 3:27 32,828
87 6/29 N @HOU L 5-6 (10) Devenski/Elías (2-1) 37-50 5th -16.5 HOU 3:38 35,082
88 6/30 D @HOU L 1-6 Cole/Gonzales (9-7) 37-51 5th -17.5 HOU 2:52 32,485
June (12-16) Batting: .244 (241x987), 47 HR Pitching: 12-16, 5 SV, 5.24 ERA (147 ER, 252.1 IP)
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2019 MARINERS DAY-BY-DAYS


G D D/N OPP   W  / L SCORE WINNER/LOSER/SAVE REC. POS GA/GB CLUBS TIME ATT
7/1 OFF DAY
89 7/2 N STL W 5-4 Adams (1-0)/Gallegos/Elías (11) 38-51 5th -17.5 HOU 3:18 20,173
90 7/3 N STL L 2-5 Brebbia/Adams (1-1) 38-52 5th -18.5 HOU 2:58 31,876
91 7/4 D STL L 4-5 Ponce de Leon/Milone (1-3)/Martinez 38-53 5th -19.0 HOU 2:45 26,673
92 7/5 N OAK L 2-5 Anderson/Kikuchi (4-6)/Hendriks 38-54 5th -19.0 HOU 2:51 19,736
93 7/6 N OAK W 6-3 Gonzales (10-7)/Bassitt 39-54 5th -19.0 HOU 2:41 24,307
94 7/7 D OAK L 4-7 Mengden/Carasiti (0-1)/Hendriks 39-55 5th -20.0 HOU 3:15 25,830
7/8
7/9 All-Star Game (Cleveland)
7/10
7/11 39-55 5th -19.5 HOU
95 7/12 N @LAA L 0-13 Peña/Leake (7-8) 39-56 5th -19.5 HOU 2:54 43,140
96 7/13 N @LAA L 2-9 Harvey/LeBlanc (5-3) 39-57 5th -20.5 HOU 3:07 41,549
97 7/14 D @LAA L 3-6 Buttrey/Bass (1-3)/ Robles 39-58 5th -21.5 HOU 3:28 38,560
7/15 OFF DAY 39-58 5th -21.0 HOU
98 7/16 N @OAK L 2-9 Mengden/Gonzales (10-8) 39-59 5th -21.0 HOU 2:43 18,718
99 7/17 D @OAK L 2-10 Bailey/Milone (1-4) 39-60 5th -22.0 HOU 2:49 19,161
7/18 OFF DAY 39-60 5th -22.5 HOU
100 7/19 N LAA W 10-0 LEAKE (8-8)/Barria 40-60 5th -22.5 HOU 2:32 19,994
101 7/20 N LAA L 2-6 Buttrey/ Elias (2-2) 40-61 5th -23.5 HOU 3:23 30,941
102 7/21 D LAA L 3-9 Peters/Kikuchi (4-7) 40-62 5th -24.5 HOU 3:15 25,981
103 7/22 N TEX W 7-3 Gonzales (11-8)/ Sampson/ Elias (12) 41-62 5th -24.5 HOU 2:50 16,110
104 7/23 N TEX L 2-7 Payano/Milone (1-5) 41-63 5th -24.5 HOU 2:39 15,536
105 7/24 D TEX W 5-3 Leake (9-8)/Minor/Elias (13) 42-63 5th -24.5 HOU 2:25 28,145
106 7/25 N DET W 10-2 LeBlanc (6-3)/VerHagen 43-63 5th -24.0 HOU 2:47 18,536
107 7/26 N DET W 3-2 Elías (3-2)/Cisnero 44-63 5th -23.0 HOU 2:51 26,664
108 7/27 D DET W 8-1 Gonzales (12-8)/Alexander 45-63 5th -23.0 HOU 3:02 27,145
109 7/28 D DET W 3-2 (10) Elías (4-2)/Cisnero 46-63 5th -23.0 HOU 2:58 20,045
7/29 OFF DAY
110 7/30 N @TEX W 8-5 Tuivailala (1-0)/Martin/Elias (14) 47-63 5th -23.0 HOU 3:16 20,599
111 7/31 N @TEX L 7-9 Minor/LeBlanc (6-4)/Chavez 47-64 5th -23.0 HOU 3:26 22,539
July (10-13) Batting: .254 (195x768), 28 HR Pitching: 10-13, 4 SV, 4.95 ERA (111 ER, 202.0 IP)
8/1 OFF DAY 47-64 5th -23.5 HOU
112 8/2 N @HOU L 2-10 Miley/Kikuchi (4-8) 47-65 5th -24.5 HOU 2:57 41,444
113 8/3 N @HOU L 0-9 Sanchez/Gonzales (12-9) 47-66 5th -25.5 HOU 3:02 37,059
114 8/4 D @HOU L 1-3 Verlander/Milone (1-6)/Osuna 47-67 5th -26.5 HOU 2:56 39,667
8/5 OFF DAY
115 8/6 N SD L 4-9 Lamet/LeBlanc(6-5) 47-68 5th -27.5 HOU 2:55 24,014
116 8/7 D SD W 3-2 Magill (3-0)/Munoz/Bass (2) 48-68 5th -27.5 HOU 3:05 20,157
8/8 OFF DAY
117 8/9 N TB L 3-5 Drake/Bass (1-4)/Pagan 48-69 5th -28.5 HOU 3:21 26,774
118 8/10 N TB L 4-5 Morton/Milone (1-7)/Pagan 48-70 5th -29.5 HOU 2:39 33,895
119 8/11 D TB L 0-1 Yarbrough/LeBlanc (6-6)/Pagan 48-71 5th -29.5 HOU 2:23 24,245
8/12 OFF DAY
120 8/13 N @DET W 11-6 Grotz (1-0)/Boyd 49-71 5th -29.0 HOU 3:42 16,195
121 8/14 N @DET L 2-3 Jackson/Gonzales (12-10)/Jimenez 49-72 5th -29.0 HOU 2:48 17,132
122 8/15 D @DET W 7-2 Milone (2-7)/Turnbull 50-72 5th -28.0 HOU 2:51 19,440
123 8/16 N @TOR L 3-7 Waguespack/LeBlanc (6-7) 50-73 5th -28.0 HOU 2:37 20,844
124 8/17 D @TOR W 4-3 Bass (2-4)/Mayza/Magill (1) 51-73 5th -27.0 HOU 2:48 22,073
125 8/18 D @TOR W 7-0 KIKUCHI (5-8)/Font 52-73 5th -27.0 HOU 2:25 23,604
126 8/19 N @TB W 9-3 Gonzales (13-10)/McKay 53-73 5th -27.0 HOU 3:04 9,152
127 8/20 N @TB W 7-4 Milone (3-7)/Beeks/Magill (2) 54-73 5th -27.0 HOU 3:25 7,455
128 8/21 D @TB L 6-7 Pagan/Magill (3-1) 54-74 5th -27.0 HOU 2:58 7,827
8/22 OFF DAY
129 8/23 N TOR W 7-4 Wisler (3-2)/Gaviglio/Magill (S) 55-74 5th -27.5 HOU 3:51 34,707
130 8/24 N TOR L 5-7 Stewart/McClain (0-1)/Law 55-75 5th -28.5 HOU 3:38 34,590
131 8/25 D TOR W 3-1 Gonzales (14-10)/Buchholz/Magill (4) 56-75 5th -28.5 HOU 2:28 29,345
132 8/26 N NYY L 4-5 Happ/Milone (3-8)/Chapman (36) 56-76 5th -29.0 HOU 2:57 23,030
133 8/27 N NYY L 0-7 Tanaka/Kikuchi (5-9) 56-77 5th -30.0 HOU 2:59 23,131
134 8/28 D NYY L 3-7 Paxton/Sheffield (0-1) 56-78 5th -31.0 HOU 3:11 32,026
135 8/29 N @TEX
136 8/30 N @TEX
137 8/31 N @TEX
August (9-14) Batting: .216 (160x740), 33 HR Pitching: 9-14, 5 SV, 4.70 ERA (105 ER, 201.0 IP)
138 9/1 D @TEX
139 9/2 D @CHC
140 9/3 N @CHC
9/4 OFF DAY
141 9/5 N @HOU
142 9/6 N @HOU
143 9/7 N @HOU
144 9/8 D @HOU
9/9 OFF DAY
145 9/10 N CIN
146 9/11 N CIN
147 9/12 N CIN
148 9/13 N CWS
149 9/14 N CWS
150 9/15 D CWS
9/16 OFF DAY
151 9/17 N @PIT
152 9/18 N @PIT
153 9/19 D @PIT
154 9/20 N @BAL
155 9/21 N @BAL
156 9/22 D @BAL
9/23 OFF DAY
157 9/24 N HOU
158 9/25 N HOU
159 9/26 N OAK
160 9/27 N OAK
161 9/28 N OAK
162 9/29 D OAK
September (0-0) Batting: .--- (---), 0 HR Pitching: 0-0, 0 SV, -.-- ERA (-- ER, -- IP)
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SEATTLE HITTERS vs. TEXAS RANGERS


2019 CAREER HR @
AVG AB H HR RBI AVG AB H HR RBI T-Mobile
K Broxton .333 9 3 1 2 .333 9 3 1 2 3
J.P. Crawford .303 33 10 0 7 .303 33 10 0 7 4
J. Fraley --- -- -- -- -- --- -- -- -- -- 0
D. Gordon .389 18 7 0 2 .303 66 20 1 6 2
T. Lopes --- -- -- -- -- --- -- -- -- -- 1
D. Moore .263 19 5 0 1 .263 19 5 0 1 4
T. Murphy .217 23 5 0 1 .217 23 5 0 1 6
O. Narvaez .282 39 11 1 4 .282 39 11 1 4 11
A. Nola .474 19 9 2 4 .474 19 9 2 4 1
K. Seager .333 33 11 2 6 .298 574 171 27 96 75
M. Smith .255 51 13 0 8 .255 51 13 0 8 4
D. Vogelbach .250 52 13 4 9 .236 72 17 4 9 14

MARINERS STARTING PITCHERS BREAKDOWN


W/L Team
Pitcher Last Start (IP,H,R,ER,BB,K) Result Streak G/GS IP/GS P/GS SB/CS K/9 BB/9 QS GIDP After Loss Record
7-Gonzales, lhp 8/25 vs. TOR (7.0,3,1,1,2,5) W W2 28 6.0 93.8 6/0 6.91 2.30 15 17 7-8 15-13
18-Kikuchi, lhp 8/27 vs. NYY (4.0,8,5,5,3,1,HR-2) L L1 27 5.1 85.9 7/2 6.72 2.97 11 14 3-8 12-15
57-Milone, lhp* 8/26 vs. NYY (5.0,8,5,5,2,1,HR-3) L L1 17* 5.0 80.5 5/2 7.40 1.88 0 6 2-5 5-12
49-LeBlanc, lhp* 8/21 at TB (4.1,7,4,4,0,2,HR) ND L4 21* 5.1 83.0 3/0 6.42 1.98 1 11 1-5 7-14
33-Sheffield, lhp 8/28 vs. NYY (4.1,6,5,5,0,5,HR-2) L L1 2 4.1 89.0 2/0 8.64 3.24 0 0 0-1 1-1
34-Hernández, rhp 8/24 vs. TOR (5.2,3,2,2,3,4,HR-2) ND L3 9 5.0 79.1 3/1 7.71 2.23 2 6 0-3 3-6
39-Moore, rhp 6/4 vs. HOU (4.2,6,4,4,1,2,HR-2) ND L5 1 4.2 78.0 0/1 3.86 1.93 0 0 0-0 0-1
8-Leake, rhp 7/30 at TEX (5.2,10,5,4,0,2,HR,HBP) ND W2 22 6.1 94.4 4/5 6.57 1.25 13 10 7-3 11-11
50-Swanson, rhp^ 7/17 at LAA (2.0,2,2,2,1,2,HR) ND L2 7^ 4.1 76.0 1/0 6.32 1.15 2 1 1-4 1-6
* Includes games following an “opener”. ^ Inlcudes starts as an “opener”.

Team No. Gonzales Kikuchi Sheffield LeBlanc Hernandez Swanson# Milone Moore Opener^
INNINGS (Team Rec.) (Starter’s Rec.)
0.0-4.2* 53 (15-38) 4 (0-4) 9 (0-5) 2 (0-1) 4 (0-3) 2 (0-1) 3 (0-3) 1 (0-0) 1 (0-0) 25 (0-3)^
5.0-5.2 30 (12-18) 8 (4-3) 7 (1-2) 0 (0-0) 3 (1-1) 3 (1-1) 1 (0-1) 3 (1-2) 0 (0-0)
6.0-6.2 29 (14-15) 7 (3-2) 7 (2-1) 0 (0-0) 1 (1-0) 3 (0-1) 2 (1-1) 1 (0-1) 0 (0-0)
7.0-7.2 17 (10-7) 7 (5-1) 3 (1-1) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 1 (0-1) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0)
8.0-9.0 5 (5-0) 2 (2-0) 1 (1-0) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0) 0 (0-0)
Total Starts 134 (56-78) 28 (14-10) 27 (5-9) 2 (0-1) 8 (2-4) 9 (1-4) 6 (1-5) 5 (1-3) 1 (0-0) 25 (0-3)
Runs scored/start: 4.78 (641 R) 4.89 (134 R) 4.89 (132 R) 5.00 (10 R) 4.25 (34 R) 5.44 (49 R) 3.83 (23 R) 3.60 (18 R) 5.00 (5 R)
Team’s record when starting: 56-78 15-13 12-15 1-1 2-6 3-6 1-5 1-4 0-1 9-16
* Includes “openers”, Kikuchi’s planned short start & bullpen start ^ Does not include Kikuchi’s planned short start, or bullpen day # Does not include starts as an opener

Leake Bullpen
INNINGS Day
0.0-4.2* 1 (0-1) 1 (0-0)
5.0-5.2 5 (1-2) 0 (0-0)
6.0-6.2 8 (3-4) 0 (0-0)
7.0-7.2 6 (3-1) 0 (0-0)
8.0-9.0 2 (2-0) 0 (0-0)
Total Starts 22 (9-8) 1 (0-0)
Runs scored/start: 5.27 (116 R) 4.00 (4 R)
Team’s record when starting: 11-11 1-0

EJECTIONS
Name Date/Opponent/Inning Umpire Reason 2019 #/Career #
Scott Servais May 26 / at Oakland / Bottom 7 Chris Guccione Arguing Replay Review 1/8
Scott Servais June 15 / at Oakland / Top 4 Carlos Torres Arguing Balls & Strikes 2/9
Daniel Vogelbach August 6 / vs. San Diego / Bottom 7 Mark Wegner Arguing Balls & Strikes 1/1
Tim Laker August 13 / at Detroit / Bottom 7 Eric Cooper Arguing Balls & Strikes 1/1
Keon Broxton August 27 / vs. New York-AL / Bottom 3 Manny Gonzalez Arguing Balls & Strikes 1/1

2019 MARINERS RECENT TRANSACTIONS


July 28 Hunter Strickland, RHP, returned from rehab assignment at activated from Aug. 8 Felix Hernandez, RHP, rehab assignment transferred to A Modesto.
10-day IL. Aug. 10 Dee Gordon, INF, activated from 10-Day Injured List.
Felix Hernandez, RHP, transferred from 10-day to 60-day IL. Ryan Court, INF, optioned to AAA Tacoma.
July 30 Keon Broxton, OF, reports to team. Aug. 11 Dan Altavilla, RHP, placed on rehab assignment with short-A Ever-
July 31 Gerson Bautista, RHP, recalled from AAA Tacoma. ett.
Zac Grotz, RHP, selected from AA Arkansas. Felix Hernandez, RHP, rehab assignment transferred to short-A Ev-
Jose Caballero (MiLB INF) acquired from Arizona in exchange for Mike erett.
Leake, RHP, and cash considerations. Aug. 13 Mitch Haniger, OF, placed on rehab assignment with A Modesto.
MiLB pitchers Aaron Fletcher (lhp), Tyler Guilbeau (lhp) and Alvis Alvarado Aug. 15 Taylor Guilbeau, LHP, selected from AAA Tacoma.
(rhp) acquired from WAS in exchange for Hunter Strickland (RHP) and Brandon Brennan, RHP, placed on 10-Day Injured list with right
Roenis Elias (LHP). shoulder inflammation.
Aug. 2 Reggie McClain, RHP, selected from AAA Tacoma. Dan Altavilla, RHP, rehab assignment trasferred to AAA Tacoma.
Tim Lopes, INF, placed on rehab assignment with AAA Tacoma. Aug. 16 Mitch Haniger, OF, rehab assignment transferred to AAA Tacoma.
Felix Hernandez, RHP, placed on rehab assignment at short-A Ever- Aug. 18 Felix Hernandez, RHP, rehab assignment transferred to AAA Tacoma.
ett. Aug. 20 Jake Fraley, OF, selected from AAA Tacoma.
Aug. 6 Brandon Brennan, RHP, returned from rehab assignment with AAA Domingo Santana, OF, placed on 10-Day Injured List with right el-
Tacoma and activated from Injured List. bow inflammation.
Tim Lopes, INF, returned from rehab assignment with AAA Tacoma Aug. 23 Justus Sheffield, LHP, recalled from AAA Tacoma.
and activated from Concussion List. Cory Gearrin, RHP, claimed off waivers by New York-AL.
Gerson Bautista, RHP, optioned to AAA Tacoma. Aug. 24 Felix Hernandez, RHP, reinstated from 60-Day Injured List.
David McKay, RHP, claimed off waivers by DET. Zac Grotz, RHP, optioned to AAA Tacoma (post-game 8/23).
Tim Beckham, INF, placed on restricted list by MLB.
2019 MARINERS GAME NOTES • THURSDAY • AUGUST 29, 2019 • AT TEXAS RANGERS • PAGE 10

SEAGER BELIEVER…since July 22, Kyle Seager has hit safely in 29 of his last 32 games, including a
MOST PLAYERS USED, 10-game hitting streak (7/22–8/2) and a 14-game hitting streak (8/4-20)…over his last 32 games, he is
SINGLE-SEASON, batting .345 (40x116) with 23 runs, 10 doubles, 1 triple, 12 home runs, 32 RBI, 1 HBP, 15 walks, a .424
MAJOR LEAGUE HISTORY on-base percentage and a .759 slugging percentage (1.183 OPS)…he has raised his season average from
Rk. Team # .186 to .250 during this 32-game stretch…among Major League leaders since July 22, Seager ranks 2nd
1. 2014 Texas Rangers..................64
2. 2019 Seattle Mariners..............63
in slugging percentage, 2nd in OPS, T6th in home runs, T6th in RBI, 8th in on-base percentage and 12th
2018 Toronto Blue Jays.............63 in batting average.
4. 2017 Seattle Mariners................61 CALL HIM TUI…after allowing 2 runs in his first appearance of the season on July 14 at Oakland, Sam
5. 2018 Los Angeles Angels..........60
2017 Toronto Blue Jays.............60 Tuivailala has tossed 12.1 consecutive scoreless innings across 12 outings, including 2 starts as an
2016 Atlanta Braves..................60 “opener,” dating back to July 20…in this span, Tuivailala has struck out 13 and walked 5 while limiting
2015 Atlanta Braves..................60 opposing batters to a .136 (6x44) average against…since joining the Mariners in a trade with St. Louis on
July 27, 2018, Tuivailala has pitched to a 1.45 ERA (3 ER, 18.2 IP) and has not allowed a home run.
MOST PLAYERS USED
WALK THIS WAY...Daniel Vogelbach is 3 walks away from recording 80 walks this season...he currently
BY SEATTLE, SINGLE-SEASON
ranks 5th in the American League this season with 77 walks...with 3 more walks he would become the 16th
Rk. Year #
1. 2019...........................................63 Mariners player in franchise history to record at least 80 walks in a single season (currently done 34 times)...
2. 2017...........................................61 Edgar Martinez holds the record for most walks in a single season in club history with 123...Richie Sexson
3. 2016...........................................54 was the last Mariners player to record at least 80 walks in a season when he walked 89 times in 2005.
4. 2018...........................................53
5. 2015...........................................51 BACKSTOP POP...with his next home run, Omar Narváez will join Mike Zunino as the only Mariners
catchers in club history to record at least 20 home runs in a season; Zunino accomplished this feat 3 times:
MOST PITCHERS USED 2014 (22), 2017 (25) and 2018 (20)…if Narváez reaches 20 home runs this season, it will mark the 3rd
BY SEATTLE, SINGLE-SEASON consecutive season in which a Mariners catcher has homered 20 times; there was one 20-homer season
Rk. Year # by a Mariners catcher in the first 40 seasons (1977-2016) of the franchise.
1. 2019...........................................40
2017...........................................40 CAN’T TELL THE PLAYERS WITHOUT A SCORECARD…the Mariners lead the Majors Leagues
3. 2018...........................................32 in players used (63), pitchers used (40) and relievers used (35) this season…the Mariners also rank
2016...........................................32 3rd in starting pitchers (17) used this season…the Mariners 63 players used are a single-season club
5. 2015...........................................28
1999...........................................28 record (previous: 61, 2017) and are tied with the 2018 Blue Jays for 2nd-most in single-season Major
League history (2014 Rangers, 64)…the Mariners 40 pitchers used are tied for the single-season
MOST RELIEVERS USED Major League record (also: 2017 Mariners and 2014 Rangers), as well as the single-season club
BY SEATTLE, SINGLE-SEASON record (also: 2017)…the Mariners 35 relievers used are a single-season club record (previous: 34,
Rk. Year # 2017)…the Mariners 16 starting pitchers used are 3rd-most in single-season club history, trailing only
1. 2019...........................................35 the inaugural Mariners club of 1977 (17) and the 2017 Mariners (17).
2. 2017...........................................34
3. 2018...........................................27 GET IN THERE, ROOK…17 players have made their Major League debuts for the Mariners this
4. 1999...........................................26
5. 2016...........................................25
season…dating back to 1994, the Mariners 17 Major League debuts are tied for 2nd-most of any
club (also: 2014 Rangers and 2017 Reds), trailing only the 2015 Yankees (18)…the Mariners 17 Major
MAJOR LEAGUE League debuts are a single-season club record (previous: 15, 2004)…here is a chronological list of
STOLEN BASES LEADERS players to make their Major League debuts with the Mariners this season: Dylan Moore (3/20 at
Rk. Player SB OAK), Yusei Kikuchi (3/21 at OAK), Brandon Brennan (3/21 at OAK), Braden Bishop (3/21 at OAK),
1.
2.
Mallex Smith-SEA............................36
Ronald Acuña Jr.-ATL........................31
Erik Swanson (4/11 at KC), Ruben Alaniz (4/12 vs. HOU), Shed Long (5/11 at BOS), Parker Markel
Adalberto Mondesi-KC......................31 (5/12 at BOS), David McKay (5/20 at TEX), Tayler Scott (6/8 at LAA), Austin Nola (6/16 at OAK), Tim
4. Trea Turner-WAS................................29 Lopes (7/24 vs. TEX), Ryan Court (7/26 vs. DET), Reggie McClain (8/2 at HOU), Zac Grotz (8/2 at
Jonathan Villar-BAL...........................29
HOU), Taylor Guilbeau (8/17 at TOR) and Jake Fraley (8/21 at TB).
MAJOR LEAGUE GET TO FIVE…the Mariners are 47-18 (.723) when scoring at least 5 runs this season…but are just
TRIPLES LEADERS 9-60 (.130) when held to 4 or fewer runs this season…since July 26, are 5-12 (.294) when scoring 4
Rk. Player 3B
1. Eduardo Escobar-ARI........................10 or fewer runs…the Mariners 9 wins when scoring 4 or fewer runs this season are 2nd-fewest in the
2. Whit Merrifield-KC...............................9 Majors, trailing only Los Angeles-AL (6).
Adalberto Mondesi-KC........................9
4. Mallex Smith-SEA..............................8 START IT UP…17 different pitchers have made at least 1 start for the Mariners this season: Marco
Ketel Marte-ARI...................................8
Hunter Dozier-KC................................8 Gonzales (27), Yusei Kikuchi (26), Mike Leake (22), Félix Hernández (8), Wade LeBlanc (8), Erik
Swanson (8), Matt Wisler (7), Matt Carasiti (5), Tommy Milone (5), Austin Adams (2), Gerson
MOST STRIKEOUTS Bautista (2), Cory Gearrin (2), Tayler Scott (2), Justus Sheffield (2), Sam Tuivailala (2), Reggie
IN MAJOR LEAGUE HISTORY McClain (1) and Andrew Moore (1)…the 17 starters used by the Marienrs this season is tied for
(ELIAS SPORTS BUREAU) the club record, shared by the inaugural club of 1977 and the 2017 club…the Mariners 17 different
Rk. Player K starters used ranks 3rd-most in the Majors this season, trailing only Los Angeles-AL (18) and Toronto
34. Bartolo Colon................................2,535
35. Cole Hamels.................................2,530 (18)…of the Mariners 17 starters this season, 8 have worked exclusively as an “opener”: Adams,
36. A.J. Burnett...................................2,513 Bautista, Carasiti, Gearrin, McClain, Scott, Tuivailala and Wisler (Swanson has worked as a starter,
37. Christy Mathewson.......................2,507
38. Félix Hernández..........................2,505
reliever and an “opener”).

MOST EXTRA-BASE HITS DOUBLE DIGITS…the Mariners have scored at least 10 runs in 14 games, going 14-0…the Mariners
14 games with at least 10 runs scored this season rank 5th-most in the AL/T10th-most in the Majors
IN CLUB HISTORY
Rk. Player XBH
(also: Arizona and San Francisco)…the Mariners have allowed at least 10 runs in 20 games, going
1. Edgar Martinez................................838 1-19…the Mariners 20 games with at least 10 runs allowed are 4th-most in the Majors this season,
2. Ken Griffey Jr...................................788 trailing only Baltimore (24), Pittsburgh (23) and Colorado (21)…the Mariners 20 games with at least 10
3. Jay Buhner.......................................557
4. Ichiro Suzuki....................................473 runs allowed are 5th-most in single-season club history, trailing only the Mariners clubs of 1999 (30),
5. Kyle Seager....................................472 1996 (25), 1977 (21) and 2013 (21).
HOMER HAPPY…8 different players have hit at least 15 home runs apiece this season, a club record for players with 15-or-more homers
in a season (previous: 7, 1997)…Daniel Vogelbach (28) leads the Mariners in home runs this season, followed by Edwin Encarnación
(21), Domingo Santana (21), Omar Narváez (19), Kyle Seager (17), Tom Murphy (16), Mitch Haniger (15) and Tim Beckham (15)…
the Mariners are 1 of 3 clubs with 8 players with at least 15 home runs apiece so far this season, joining Minnesota (9) and Houston (8).
THEY HIT DINGERS…the Mariners have hit a home run in 107 of their 134 (79.8%) games this season…the Mariners 107 games having
hit at least 1 home run are T4th-most in the Majors this season (also: Atlanta), trailing only New York-AL (117), Boston (110) and
Minnesota (109)…the single-season club record is 124 games having belted a home run, set by the 1996 Mariners.
ICHIRO WEEKEND AT T-MOBILE PARK…the Mariners will celebrate the legendary career of Ichiro Suzuki with Ichiro Weekend on
Sept. 13-15 when the Chicago White Sox visit T-Mobile Park…the festivities begin with Ichiro Fireworks Night on Friday, Sept. 13
following the Mariners 7:10 pm matchup with the White Sox…on Saturday, Sept. 14, the first 20,000 fans will take home an Ichiro
bobblehead, commemorating his final Major League game at the Tokyo Dome on March 21; be sure to arrive early for a pregame
presentation to Ichiro of the Franchise Achievement Award, beginning at 5:45 pm…on Sunday, Sept. 15, the first 15,000 fans will
receive an Ichiro Replica T-Shirt.