6:54 PM EDT, Tue July 29, 2014

Mariners’ offensive woes continue in 2-1 loss to Orioles in 10 innings

SEATTLE — Keep looking, Jack. The Mariners added Kendrys Morales to their lineup Friday night and — well, he drove in a run…the Mariners’ only run — but it wasn’t enough to prevent the waste of another magnificent effort from Felix Hernandez. Chris Davis opened the 10th inning with a no-doubt homer against Charlie Furbush that lifted the Baltimore Orioles to a 2-1 victory over the fast-fading Mariners at Safeco Field. The Mariners’ lack of run production is starting (starting?) to reach red-line distress levels. Friday’s loss marked the 15th time in their last 18 games that...
Lookout Landing Jul 25, 2014
53-49: Chart

53-49: Chart

Hisashi Iwakuma had one bad inning and the Mariners' offensive woes continued in a disheartening way. What we hope Chris Taylor will become: James Jones (0.26 WPA) What we are afraid Chris Taylor will become: Robinson Cano (-0.111 WPA) There are baseball games, and then there are whatever was presented in front of us for a couple hours tonight. You know it is a horrible, horrible game when James Jones is the only hitter with a positive WPA on the squad. In total, Charlie Furbush and Yoervis Medina rounded out the rest of the Mariners players that had a positive impact. Sometimes, these...
Rotoworld Jul 20, 2014

Charlie Furbush notches save - Charlie Furbush (R) Seattle Mariners

Charlie Furbush pitched a scoreless 12th for his first career save Saturday against the Angels.

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