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Mariners outperform A in 10 games with 8 wins

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Julio Rodríguez and Dylan Moore are home as the Seattle Mariners defeated Oakland Athletics 8-6 on Thursday night in the opening round of a four-game series.

This is the Mariners' third consecutive victory and the eighth in the last 10 games.

Ramon Loreano returned home twice and drove in four runs. Elvis Andrus also went deep into A, finishing with a record of 5-21 in June with four consecutive losses.

Mariners right-handed Logan Gilbert (9-3) won, achieving 8 hits, 4 runs, 1 walk and 3 strikeouts in 6 innings. Paul Sewald has won his eighth save.

The Mariners snapped a 4-4 tie in a four-run one-fifth. Jesse Winker did the same with one out and Carlos Santana with two. Abraham Toro closed the night with Auckland's right-handed Adrian Martinez (1-1), lining up the singles to the left for 5-4.

A.J. Puku confronts Cal Raleigh. Cal Raleigh missed the drive from Skybolt's glove to a straight center as he tried to catch over his shoulder against the wall. Second baseman Tony Allen's relay throw was deflected when Raleigh slipped into third and the ball fell to the left field, allowing slow-moving catchers to win a third run in play.

Sheldon Neuse won A 3-3, including eight RBI singles. Laureano hit Solohomer for the ninth time and scored.

The Mariners started scoring first after loading the base. Left fielder Tony Kemp and Winker threw a ball in 3rd place to score Rodriguez, and Toro fouled a rare sacrificial double play with one out. The

team exchanged a third lead-off home run, with Andras deep into the left center and Rodriguez 2-1 towards the center.

The Mariners fired two runs for the fourth time as Adam Frazier became a single with two outs and Moore returned home just inside the left-wing foul pole.

Dragging 4 to 1, A tied to the right with Loreano's 3-run shot and 1 out with a quarter.

Gilbert was second in fear when Sean Murphy returned the 106 mph liner to the mound. Gilbert lifted the glove and grabbed the ball that was facing his face.

– Field-level media