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Indians 2, Mariners 0 --- Kluber dominates
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Indians 2, Mariners 0 --- Kluber dominates

The Mariners got find out what manager Lloyd McClendon already knew - Corey Kluber is really good. The average fan might say, "Who?" That's Corey Kluber. Last name pronounced like "Tuber" and he's one of the better pitchers in the American League. Against a Mariners' offense that is far from a juggernaut, Kluber dominated, pitching his first career shutout in a 2-0 win over the Mariners, Wednesday night at Progressive Field. It was the 13th time the Mariners  (55-52) were shutout this season. Before the game, McClendon talked about Kluber's ability to dominate, saying: "He’s been tough for...
Lookout Landing 9 hours ago

Mariners lose baseball game started by Felix Hernandez, shockingly

The Indians beat the Mariners on Wednesday, 2-0. Well, the Mariners played a baseball game today, and while they play around 200 regular season and exhibition games each and every year, this one was a little different. It was different for a number of reasons, some of which are good and some of which...
Seattle Times 9 hours ago

Felix Hernandez on short end of another quality start, Mariners lose to Indians 2-0

Felix Hernandez sets an MLB record with his 14th consecutive start in which he pitched at least seven innings and allowed two runs or fewer, but Cleveland’s Corey Kluber pitches a complete-game shutout.
Mariners Blog | Seattle Times 12 hours ago

Game thread: Mariners at Indians -- July 30, 2014

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Mariners can’t solve Kluber, waste Hernandez’s record performance in 2-0 loss to Indians

CLEVELAND — If the Mariners had any lingering hesitation regarding the need for additional lineup punch as the trade deadline approaches…here was Corey Kluber ramming home the point. Kluber outdueled eternally luckless Felix Hernandez in Cleveland’s 2-0 victory Wednesday night at Progressive Field. It was Kluber’s first career shutout. Let’s add this disclaimer: Kluber (11-6) probably should have been an All-Star earlier this month. He’s having that kind of year. He’s overmatching a lot of opponents. He never seemed to break a sweat against the Mariners, who solidified their...
KFFL 8 hours ago

Mariners | Felix Hernandez on impressive streak

Seattle Mariners SP Felix Hernandez allowed two earned runs, four hits and two walks with ...
Rotoworld 11 hours ago
Saunders could go on rehab assignment soon - Michael Saunders (OF) Seattle Mariners

Saunders could go on rehab assignment soon - Michael Saunders (OF) Seattle Mariners

Michael Saunders (oblique) took batting practice Wednesday and could be on a rehab assignment as soon as the weekend.

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Seattle Times 16 hours ago

Wednesday's pregame notes and lineups for Mariners at Indians


Mariners farm report: Wednesday edition

Here’s the latest news, notes and stats on the Mariners’ farm system, courtesy of Kelly Munro of the Mariners’ Baseball Information Department. 07.30.14 Mariners Minor League Report.pdf
Columbus Dispatch Jul 30, 2014

Mariners 5, Indians 2: Trevor Bauer exits early after rough start

CLEVELAND (AP) — With the trade deadline looming, the Indians aren’t sure if they’re buyers or sellers. Winners or losers. In an uneven season, they’re not sure which way to go. Trevor Bauer didn’t get through the fifth inning and the Indians failed to get back to .500 yesterday night with a 5-2 loss to the Seattle Mariners.
Tacoma News-Tribune Jul 30, 2014

A little offense at last, Mariners beat Indians, 5-2

CLEVELAND - The Mariners not only reached that magic threshold of three runs on Tuesday night, but they were feeling a little frisky and went a few past it.
Tacoma News-Tribune Jul 30, 2014

Kluber cruises to complete game shutout as Indians beat Mariners, 2-0

CLEVELAND - The Indians owed it to Corey Kluber to make sure the club's ace pitcher earned a win Wednesday at Progressive Field against the visiting Seattle Mariners.
Tacoma News-Tribune Jul 30, 2014

Mariners’ attack perks up in 5-2 victory over Indians

Four-run fourth inning boosts Iwakuma, who extends his road unbeaten streak to 14 games…

Mariners 5, Indians 2 -- the offensive juggernaut is back

brightcove.createExperiences(); Video highlights The magical  three-run threshold was achieved and surpassed on Tuesday night at Jacobs Field. The result? Well, a win of course. Seattle scored four runs in the fourth inning  - an overall total they reached just once in their last six games - and tacked on another as insurance to pick up a much-needed 5-2 to win over the Cleveland Indians at Progressive Field. It was Seattle's first win at Progressive Field since Sept. 19, 2011. I think we all remember last year's four-game fiasco. The Mariners...
Akron Beacon Journal Jul 29, 2014

Mariners 5, Indians 2: Defense leads Mariners to win over Tribe

The first game of the Indians-
Mariners series at Progressive Field proved to be a game of opposites.The Indians’ usually steady young right-handed pitcher Trevor Bauer didn’t make it out of the fifth inning.The offensively challenged Seattle Mariners exploded for five runs, including the first four during a four-run fourth inning. About the only aspect of the game that followed script was the visitor’s defense showing why its one of the best in the major leagues, helping lead the Mariners to a 5-2 victory.After Bauer made his way through the first three innings relatively easily, he...
Tacoma News-Tribune Jul 29, 2014

Recap: Cleveland vs. Seattle

Dustin Ackley's two-run double helped fuel the Seattle offense as the Mariners took a 5-2 victory over the Cleveland Indians in the opener of a three-game set on Tuesday.

Struggling Seattle Mariners: Is it time to worry yet?

Watching the Seattle Mariners this season has been like riding a roller coaster. One moment they’re on an eight-game losing streak, the next they have one of the best records in baseball. Recently, however, the M’s have been looking like their old selves again: Mediocre. They’re 4-7 since the All-Star break, they’ve fallen out of […]
Seattle Times Jul 29, 2014

A little offense at last and Mariners beat Cleveland, 5-2

Seattle scored four runs in the fourth inning — an overall total they reached just once in their previous six games.

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