Mariners' Haniger ends Marlins' no-hitter in 9th
- Author: Julie Sanders Apr 21, 2017,
Apr 21, 2017, 22:30
Miami Marlins pitcher Wei-Yin Chen didn't give up a single hit through seven innings of work on Tuesday as the Marlins shut out the Seattle Mariners 5-0. Hernandez defeated Texas on Friday, when he allowed one run and six hits in 7 1/3 innings.
Mitch Haniger hit a one-out double off Kyle Barraclough in the ninth inning, ending the Miami Marlins' bid for a combined no-hitter against the Seattle Mariners. Chen threw 100 pitches to get through seven, and the Marlins weren't going to push him after his elbow problems past year (he threw 86 and 56 pitches in his first two starts). He walked four for the second straight start.
Jordan Montgomery took a shutout into the seventh inning for his first major league win, Matt Holliday homered in his return to the lineup and the New York Yankees romped to their eighth consecutive victory by. Miami Marlins' Ichiro Suzuki, fourth from left, is honored by Seattle Mariners players and executives for his 3,000 hit milestone in a pre-game ceremony before a baseball game against the Mariners, his former team, Monday, Apr.
Long-time Mariners right fielder and current Marlin Ichiro Suzuki provided fans at Safeco with an incredible moment on Wednesday night when he hit a home run in his final at-bat. Yelich held on for the out and remained in the game.
"I've gotten better at it over the years", he said of his at-bats. His first home run on the road in almost four years came in perhaps his final Seattle appearance. Yelich pinned the ball against his body as he slammed full speed into the padded wall.
NATIONALS 14, BRAVES 4: Bryce Harper had two homers, including a grand slam, among four hits and the Nationals overwhelmed Julio Teheran and the Braves. The Mariners now head back to the road for 10 games: four at Oakland and three each at Detroit and Cleveland.
Share story We've got day baseball as the Mariners look to punctuate their nine-game homestand with a series win over Miami. Adam Conley (1-1) gets the start in Friday's series opener.
Ichiro, who also singled earlier in the game, started in right field his customary position for most of his legendary career.