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Mariners are J.P. Aiming for two consecutive victories against A without interrupting Crawford

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Seattle Mariners will miss shortstop J.P. Crawford in the entire four-game series against Oakland Athletics.

Former Gold Glove Award winner Crawford was interrupted five games last Sunday in a fight with the Los Angeles Angels due to a punch. After appealing to MLB officials, the ban was reduced to four games.

Crawford won 8-6 against A on Thursday. In this victory, his successor, Dylan Moore, hit a two-run home run and was unable to play on Friday night, Saturday, and Sunday afternoon.

"I'm ready to get it done," Crawford said.

Mariners manager Scott Survey said Moore is likely to be shortstop in all four games.

"It's a shame for us. Everyone knows what (Crawford) will do to lead and play shortstops for us," Servais said. Told. "But we keep the rules and rulings out there, so let's start (suspension)."

Jesse Winker (7 games) and Julio Rodríguez (2 games) are suspended. I appealed.

Crawford played in 72 of the Mariners' first 77 games. He missed two pairs of cramps on his back and another pair of food poisoning.

Since returning to the top of the batting order on June 21, the Mariners have won seven of the nine games entering Thursday.

"I hate not playing," Crawford said.

Crawford can exercise before the match, but he cannot be at the baseball field during the match. He said he would watch a series with Auckland at his home with his wife Kathleen.

"She will be fed up with me to the end," Crawford said.

Rookie Julio Rodriguez also hit the Mariners homer on Thursday, with catcher Cal Raleigh hitting doubles and triples and driving in two runs. Raleigh won a "Little League Home Run" in the 5th inning of 4 runs, defeating a 4-4 tie as the relay throw slipped into 3rd place and rolled into the foul area, where the relay throw hit him when he sat down at home. rice field.

"It was cool," Raleigh said of his first career MLB triple. "Obviously it's a big hit. It's a one-off game at the time. It brought us four runs, it was huge .... Honestly, I'm playing in Little League again.

Ramon Loreano hit A's home run twice, drove with four runs, and Elvis Andrus added a solo shot.

"Homer in the opposite field was really impressive and there were two in (Laureano)," said A's manager Mark Kotsay. "Aggressively, our turn at bat was good. It was a good night from an offensive point of view as we continue to make progress on the offensive side, scoring points and giving good at bats."

A will send right-handed James Kaprielian (0-5, 5.88 ERA) to the Mariners left-handed Marco Gonzales (4-8, 3.31) on Friday to the mound.

Caprilian was 1-1, scoring 6.26 ERA in seven appearances with Seattle, including four appearances. Gonzales started 16 games in 17 games, 16 games, 9-3, 3.94 ERA against Auckland. Gonzales is 2-0 against A this season and Caprilian is 0-1 in two games against the Mariners.

– Field-level media