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The Mariners bullpen fell apart in the bottom of the ninth blowing a 3-1 lead. After getting the first out, Mark Lowe gave up three straight doubles as Oakland tied the game. Manager Lloyd McClendon brought in minor league left-hander after Lowe reached his pitch limit two batters later. With bases loaded, Fry gave up soft single to right field to Kent Mathes, allowing the winning run, which was charged to Lowe, to trot home. … Austin Jackson went 2-for-2 with a triple and a run scored. … Rule 5 draft acquisition David Rollins continues to pitch well, tossing a 1-2-3 inning with two strikeouts. In four appearances and four innings pitched, he’s struck out four hitters


Player of the game

Lefty Tyler Olson continues to pitch well this spring. The Spokane native tossed two 1-2-3 innings in relief, striking out three batters. This spring, Olson has made three appearances and hasn’t allowed a baserunner, while striking out eight batters in five innings pitched



“The approach is to use the whole field and not try to do too much, just take what they are giving me. I’m just making sure I’m seeing it and putting a good swing on it.” — Austin Jackson


On Tap

The Mariners return to action Peoria Stadium on Friday, hosting the ​Milwaukee Brewers. Lefty J.A. Happ will make his second start of the season and is scheduled to pitch three innings. Right-hander Mike Fiers will start for the Brewers. First pitch is scheduled for 1:05 p.m. The game will be televised live by Root Sports and broadcast live by ESPN 710.


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