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Cruz leads Mariners to extra-innings comeback win in Chicago

18 Julio 2017
Cruz leads Mariners to extra-innings comeback win in Chicago

Anderson advanced to third on Kevan Smith's grounder to first and Adam Engel walked before Cabrera bounced out to end the inning. The right-hander struck out Abreu with runners on first and second for the final out.

Holland is winless in four starts and seven of his last eight, yielding at least five runs in five of those outings.

Cruz has battled a sore knee since July 1, when he jammed it on a slide at second base in Anaheim while trying to stretch a single into a double.

The rebuilding Sox were on the path to do just that after they built an early lead thanks to home runs in back-to-back innings by Avisail Garcia, his 12th and 13th of the lost season.

Fortunately for Frazier, he is better at knocking balls out of the park than he is at telling knock-knock jokes.

The Mariners' current roster configuration has only four starting pitchers, which means they will need a fifth one, presumably Gaviglio, for Tuesday's game at Houston.

Cruz may have been messing with a teammate in this instance, but he did provide a pretty valuable lesson to anyone considering charging the mound in anger. His.352 average would be lead the league if he had sufficient plate appearances, but adding an 0-for-4 drops him to.347 - behind Houston's Jose Altuve (.348). Cruz homered for the fourth time in seven games Saturday to put Seattle ahead for good en route to a 4-3 victory - its third straight triumph and fourth in the last five contests.

The White Sox acquired minor league infielder Yeyson Yrizarri from the Rangers for international signing bonus pool money. Pelfrey allowed just one earned run on Seager's 11th homer in the second inning, but the big right-hander was pulled with two out in the fifth inning. "When he is going that - I don't even call it half-speed, it is below half-speed - it looks like it hurts really bad and it's 'No, I'm fine, I'm fine".

Nelson Cruz and the bullpen. That's why I had to come out. Mariners manager Scott Servais said he will miss a few days. Ariel Miranda (7-4, 4.15) pitches for Seattle opposite Lance McCullers Jr. The nine-game homestand will pit the Mariners against the New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox, and New York Mets. Valencia has rebounded after a slow start and is now slashing.271/.331/.428 with 10 homers and 46 RBI on the season.