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Mariners defeat Angels 5 times in a row

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In the 6th inning, Kevin Padro's two-run single drew 2-2, and the Seattle Mariners beat the Los Angeles Angels 5-3 on Saturday night in Anaheim, California to win their fifth straight victory. ..

The Mariners ended with 11 hits, including three for Cal Raleigh and two for Jesse Winker and Eugenio Suarez, but Seattle's bullpen was the key for the second straight day. have become.

One night after throwing four scoreless innings in one win, four Mariners reliefs combined 31/3 scoreless innings on Saturday.

Ryan Borucki (7 times), Diego Castillo (8 times), Erik Swanson (9 times, first) after Penn Murfee made it to the final in the 6th inning. (Save) each scored no points. flame.

But Swanson couldn't escape without the drama. Mariners coach Scott Survey deliberately walked Mike Trout with second and second runners and appointed Shohei Ohtani to win the championship.

Swanson was able to finish it and put Otani on his right fielder with a flyball.

Mariners starter Logan Gilbert (8-3) won in 5 2/3 innings, abandoning 3 runs and 9 hits, including Otani and Kurt Suzuki's solo home runs. ..

Angel rescuer Archie Bradley (0-1) lost.

Julio Rodríguez's solo homer in the first inning of Angels starter Patrick Sandoval gave the Mariners a 1-0 lead. The Angels right-handed continued to find problems in the next inning, and the Mariners loaded the base in both two and three innings before escaping.

The Mariners had runners in the scoring position in 4 and 5 innings, but Sandoval found an escape route again.

The Angels played against Gilbert and took a 2-1 lead with a solo home run by Otani (3rd) and Suzuki (4th).

The Mariners quickly took the Angels bullpen out of the game, scoring three runs at the top of the top of the sixth inning and climbing to 4-2. Winker loaded one base and drove one, and Padro chose two more for his home.

The Angels regained the run in the bottom of the sixth inning with David McKinnon's pinch hitter, RBI single, but the Mariners returned to the top of the top of the seventh inning with Dylan Moore's sacrifice fly. For 5-3 leads.

– Field-level media