Mariners show fight in 4-3 win against White Sox

Patrice Gainsbourg
Julho 16, 2017

The Mariners beat the Chicago White Sox 4-3 Saturday at Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago, as Felix Hernandez pitched five solid innings and Kyle Seager and Nelson Cruz homered. Cruz's two-run homer in the sixth inning put the Mariners up for good in the back-and-forth game. Edwin Diaz struck out a pair in a shutout 9th inning for his 15th save of the year. He has 46 strikeouts with 14 walks over 50.2 innings this season and a 1.46 WHIP. The Mariners improved to 44-47 overall and 17-25 on the road with the win while the White Sox fell to 38-50 overall and 19-19 at home. He's hitting.200 with four RBIs and 10 runs in 30 games for the White Sox. Paxton has now posted three consecutive quality starts, after a six-start span that never saw him get past 5.1 innings. Robinson Cano hit his 18 home run of the season and drove in three to lead the Mariners in the win.

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It was incessant from the second seeds, as their opponents wilted, and the match was over in a mere 54 minutes. Pavic and Marach won the fourth set before falling 13-11 in the decider after more than four hours of play.

Cabrera went 4-for-5 for the White Sox. That's not going to change on Sunday, as Holland has given up five or more earned runs in five of his last seven starts. Chicago is 0-4 in Holland's last 4 starts and 1-6 in their last 7 games overall while the over is 6-2 in their last 8 games against the AL West. Seattle is 20-41 in the last 61 meetings between these two teams. Moore is still a relatively unknown pitcher, but Seattle is playing well enough to complete the sweep and we are getting a better price than we got on Saturday so I'll take Seattle here.

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