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Mariners squeal Yanks in 13 innings

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Pinch hitter Louis Torrens hit a walk-off hit to right field on Tuesday night as the Seattle Mariners defeated the New York Yankees, 1-0, in the bottom of the 13th inning.

Seattle's Matt Brash (3-3) pitched his second scoreless inning to secure the win. The Yankees lost to Jonathan Loisiga (1-3).

Both teams were 0-for-10 with runners in scoring position, but Cal his Lowry single to right singled his 13th autorunner Eugenio his Suarez. I stopped him in 3rd place. The Yankees intentionally walked Sam Haggerty after J.P. Crawford grounded Roai Shiga. Loaisiga on the count put him ahead 0-2, but Torrens still managed to provide a game winner.

The Yankees had runners on base in the 10th, 11th, and 12th innings.

Andrew Benintendi got pole in the 10th inning. A double was hit, and Jose Trevino and Isaiah his Kyner his Falefa were both called up for ejection. A base pass after Brash caught One Hopper in the twelfth.

The match pitted right-handed Gerrit Cole against Luis Castillo.

Cole pitched seven innings and allowed four hits. He walked no hitters and struck out eight.

After being acquired from Cincinnati before the trade deadline for three of his top five Mariners prospects, Castillo, in his park debut on T-Mobile, went eight innings and had three hits. gave up. He walked two and fanned seven.

The Yankees had just three hits.

Benintendi stole in the second, in the first inning he lined up a two-out single to center, but Josh was stranded when Donaldson struck out.

Aaron Judge leads in his fourth with his single on a line drive to left. After Benintendi flew to center, Donaldson grounded into an inning-ending double play.

Andujar hit his single in the eighth inning where he blooped to left with one out. Aaron Hicks then walked to put the runners in scoring position. Both runners moved forward as Trevino hit a chopper on the third base line, but Castillo grounded Kinnafalefa to second to end the threat.

– Field Level Media