1:52 PM EDT, Wed April 01, 2015

MARINERS 4, ATHLETICS 0 (AT PEORIA STADIUM)

THE FACTS: The Mariners, in perhaps their cleanest effort of the spring, broke open a close game by scoring times in the eighth inning Wednesday on singles by James Jones, Stefen Romero and Pat Kivlehan. Erasmo Ramirez, Jordan Pries, Tyler Olson and Carson Smith combined on a three-hit shutout that took just 2 hours, 25 minutes in front of 9,903 at Peoria Stadium. The Mariners evened their record at 7-7-1.      PLAY OF THE GAME: Shortstop Brad Miller snagged Marcus Semien’s two-out liner in the first inning and turned it into a double play when Craig Gentry broke from … Read...

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