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Seattle Mariners (47-30, W1)
at Boston Red Sox (51-27, L1)

10:05 a.m. | Fenway Park | Boston, Mass.

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LHP Marco Gonzales (7-4, 3.80) vs. LHP Chris Sale (6-4, 2.74)

In case you missed it:

Saturday | Mariners 7, Red Sox 2

  • Mike Leake completed eight innings for the third time in his past five starts, blanking the Red Sox and turning over a 7-0 lead to Edwin Diaz, who got his first work in a week (and it showed, allowing two runs before finishing the game).
  • Five Mariners had multi-hit games, including Nelson Cruz again, who went 3 for 4 after a four-hit showing the night before, and Mitch Haniger, whose three RBIs pulled him within two of the MLB lead.
  • The Mariners snapped a five-game losing streak, their longest of the season, and with a win Sunday can finish their 13-game stretch against teams above .500 with a winning record.

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