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Chris Flexen wins Mariners over Padres

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Right-handed Chris Flexen shuts out San Diego with four hits in 62/3 innings, Carlo Lee drives with four runs, and rookie of the year candidate Julio Rodriguez is a tape major 2 on Monday afternoon. I hit the run homer. The Seattle Mariners who visited defeated Padres 8-2 in the opener of the two-game Interleague series.

The victory was the sixth in the Mariners in the last seven games. Seattle is 11-3 in the last 14 games. Padres is 2-7 in the last 9 games.

Flexen (5-8) took a walk to Manny Machad by one in four after retiring the first ten Padres he faced. Jake Kronenworth continued his first of four hits from Padres' Flexen. Flexen made three walks with eight strikeouts.

Meanwhile, the Mariners had the shortest start of the left-handed season, scoring four runs from Sean Manaair in 31/3 innings. Manaair (3-4) abandoned eight hits and four walks in three strikeouts.

Mariners are J.P. He first scored twice in a one-out single by Crawford and Eugene Osares, followed by a walk drawn by Carlos Santana. Crawford scored on Raleigh's ground out, followed by Abra Hamtoro with an RBI double.

Rodriguez Homer on the upper balcony of the Western Metal Supply Co. building on the left came out after the fourth Dylan Moore inning opening single.

Raleigh hit a three-run double-off relief Taylor Scott for the sixth time. Rodriguez reached a slow error for a third baseman Machad to open an inning. Crawford continued with a single, and Santana drew a one-out walk to load the catcher's base.

Seattle added an unwinned run in the eighth with a slow error by Padres rescue pitcher Tim Hill.

Santana reached the base with two hits, three walks, two runs and all five plate spawns. Crawford recorded two runs, 3 to 5. Rodriguez also scored twice.

Trent Grisham was Padres' only run and hit a two-run home run off the ninth off of left-handed Mariners Reliever Tommy Milone.

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