Jays can’t complete sweep as Seager, Cruz power Mariners to win

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    Kyle Seager hit two residence runs and Nelson Cruz added one other as the Seattle Mariners powered their manner to a 6-3 win over the Blue Jays on Sunday.

    The Mariners had been held to three or fewer runs in 18 of their final 23 video games, together with three straight losses to the Blue Jays to start the sequence, however acquired 10 hits Sunday as they snapped a 5 recreation shedding streak.

    Toronto tied the sport at 3-Three within the seventh after shortstop Aledmys Diaz hit his 14th residence run of the season towards Seattle starter Mike Leake. However the Mariners responded within the backside of the inning. Cruz and Seager homered back-to-back towards reliever Joe Biagini with one out after Jean Segura led off the inning with a single.

    Alex Colome pitched a scoreless eighth and Edwin Diaz locked down his main league-leading 41st save of the season as the Mariners prevented the sequence sweep.

    Cruz completed with 4 RBI, driving within the recreation’s first two runs with an RBI single off the glove of Diaz within the third. Seager hit his first homer of the sport when he took Toronto starter Sam Gaviglio deep on the primary pitch of the fifth inning, giving Seattle a 3-1 lead.

    Diaz completed 3-for-4 to lead Toronto and accounted for all three of the workforce’s runs, scoring on an RBI single by catcher Luke Maile after main off the fifth inning with a double.

    Leake lasted six innings, permitting 9 hits and putting out 5 as he picked up his ninth win of the season.

    Gaviglio allowed seven hits whereas putting out seven and strolling three towards his former workforce, struggling his fifth straight loss. He made 11 begins with the Mariners in 2017.

    https://www.cbc.ca/sports/baseball/mlb/toronto-blue-jays-seattle-mariners-recap-1.4775023?cmp=rss

     

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