MarinersSports Mariners Game Day: Wade LeBlanc starts without opener vs. Rangers, looking for 7th straight win July 31, 2019 at 2:08 pm Updated July 31, 2019 at 2:14 pm Rangers starter Mike Minor, left, and Mariners starter Wade LeBlanc. (Associated Press) By Seattle Times sports staff Seattle Mariners (47-63, W6) at Texas Rangers (53-54, L3) 5:05 p.m. | Globe Life Park | Arlington, Texas TV: ROOT | Radio: 710 AM/97.3 FM | Stream: MLB.tv LHP Wade LeBlanc (6-3, 4.79) vs. LHP Mike Minor (8-6, 3.00) STARTING LINEUPS Last night SEA 8, TEX 5: Mariners win sixth straight in Mike Leake's last start Related Trade Deadline Mariners finally complete trade to send pitcher Mike Leake to DiamondbacksMariners trade pair of relievers to the Nationals for three pitching prospects More A Twitter List by SeaTimesSports Related More Mariners coverage Sunday mailbag: Will we see Mitch Haniger or Ryon Healy again this season?On a budget? Here are the best food and drink deals at T-Mobile ParkKeon Broxton joins Mariners, immediately slots into starting lineup Adam Jude's midseason MiLB awards: Jarred Kelenic, Ljay Newsome take top honorsCalkins: Is it fair to blame Scott Servais for Mariners' struggles during 'step back'?Analysis: A progress report on Jerry Dipoto and the Mariners' offseason moves More Seattle Times sports staff Most Read Sports StoriesImpressions from the Seahawks' 25-19 preseason loss against the Minnesota Vikings | Analysis WATCHUW Huskies back in contention for Sav'ell Smalls after 5-star LB from Kennedy Catholic releases top 6Shaquem Griffin, an inspirational NFL story, might be on the bubble to make the 2019 Seahawks roster | Larry StoneTakeaways from Chris Petersen: Two defensive players go down, and could UW play multiple QBs?Seahawks notebook: DK Metcalf to have knee surgery Tuesday, Marquise Blair leaves with back spasms WATCH View Comments You must be logged in to leave a comment. Log in or create an account. The opinions expressed in reader comments are those of the author only, and do not reflect the opinions of The Seattle Times.