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Seattle Times Jun 18, 2015

Mariners’ Charlie Furbush continues maturation process

Left-handed reliever has almost halved his earned-run average while pitching in a variety of situations.

Walker is strong again as Mariners beat Giants 5-1

SAN FRANCISCO — Here was Taijuan Walker taking another step Monday night toward becoming the dominant pitcher the Seattle Mariners have long envisioned.. The 22-year-old shackled the San Francisco Giants over seven innings in a 5-1 victory that pulled the Mariners out of whatever funk they slipped into over the weekend in Houston. This makes four straight quality starts by Walker at a time when the Mariners are dealing with two injuries in their rotation and seeking to keep their head above water. Walker (4-6) held the Giants the one run and seven hits before Mark Lowe and Charlie Furbush...
NoNoHitters.com Jun 8, 2015

Mariners throw combined no-no, 3 years ago today

The Seattle Mariners threw a combined no-hitter, three years ago today. Kevin Millwood was forced to leave the June 8, 2012 game with a groin injury after pitching six innings of no-hit ball. Five relievers finished out the no-no as the Mariners topped the Los Angeles Dodgers 1-0 at Safeco Field: Charlie Furbush (2/3 inn.) …

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