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Giants focused on Mariners (July 25, 2018)

The San Francisco Giants know a thing or two about it without playing their ace, having missed Madison Bumgarner in each of the last two seasons over long distances. So, forgive them, if they do not feel so bad Mariners and James Paxton The left-hander (8-4, 3.70 ERA) should start Tuesday night in the opening match of an Interleague series …

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Giants defeated Mariners on Duggars nine thousand home track

Photo: Ted S. Warren / Associated Press Giants outfielder Hunter Pence is welcomed after making a solo debut in the sixth inning, his first home game since September 25. Giants outfielder Hunter Pence is greeted after a solo in the sixth inning, his first home since September 25. Photo: Ted S. Warren / Associated Press San Francisco Giants & # …

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Usain Bolt is charged with the Mariners of the A-League

SYDNEY (AP) Eight-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt will negotiate with the Central Coast Mariners for six weeks next month to compete for a season in the Australian Football A-League. Australian football agent Tony Rallis said Monday a "deal between the Mariners and Usain Bolt, in principle, was agreed, subject to a few benchmarks." Rallis said it would be necessary for …

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Royals unable to solve Mariners Gonzales in 4-1 loss

SEATTLE – Marco Gonzales was looking for a retaliation against the Kansas City Royals. Gonzales (8-5) scored a 4-1 win in the Seattle Mariners' first victory on Friday. The left-hander stroked seven and gave no way, while he threw only 96 fields. "My last trip against these guys was not going well – my second start of the year, I …

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Gonzales first full game leads Mariners over Royals 4-1

SEATTLE (AP) Marco Gonzales was looking for a retaliation against the Kansas City Royals. Gonzales (8-5) scored a 6-hitter in his Seattle Mariners' 4-1 win for his first full career game Friday. The left-hander skipped seven and gave no way while he only pitched 96 pitches. "My last outing against these guys was not going well – my second start …

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Royals, Mariners go back to the future (June 30, 2018)

The future is here again. Twenty years ago, Ken Griffey, Jr. and the Seattle Mariners Marketing Department hosted one of the most memorable promotions in franchise history – meaning, since 1982, more fans than Gaynord Perry's 300-plus fans drew Victory two nights earlier – with Turn Ahead the clock day. Rather than wearing retro uniforms like most Back Turn the …

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Mariners Marco Gonzales: Tosse's Complete Game

Gonzales (8-5) scored a complete game win against the Royals on Friday, scoring six goals and scoring seven straight-line victories while earning a deserved run in Seattle's 4-1 win. Gonzales was on the verge of making it a slip-up, but he gave Mike Moustakas an RBI single in the ninth inning. Even so, it was a phenomenal excursion for the …

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Gonzales first full game leads Mariners over Royals 4-1

SEATTLE (AP) – Marco Gonzales was looking for a retaliation against the Royals of Kansas City. Gonzales (8-5) scored a 6-hitter in his Seattle Mariners' 4-1 win for his first full career game on Friday. The left-hander skipped seven and gave no way while he only pitched 96 pitches. "My last trip against these guys was not going well – …

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