Wei-Yin Chen throws a gem as Miami shuts out Seattle

Paola Ditto
Aprile 21, 2017

He is no longer a starter, but did hit.291 and played in 143 games for Miami last season after the Marlin's suffered injuries to their starting outfield. Mariner hitters drew nine walks during the game, a season high.

The Mariners used a four-game win streak to mitigate some of the damage of the 2-8 start. The Seattle Mariners improve to 5-4 this season when scoring more than three runs.

Ichiro rounded the bases as assuredly memories of his almost 12 seasons as a Seattle Mariner came flooding into his mind.

"You can't say enough about him", manager Scott Servais said. "We dug ourselves more than a little bit of a hole, but you scratch and claw and climb out of it". The Marlins finally got on the board in the ninth inning thanks to an opposite field home run from Christian Yelich. Cruz followed with his second homer, lining a 1-1 pitch to center to make it 3-0.

Haniger extended his hitting streak to 11 games with a third-inning single.

Wei-Yin Chen entered Tuesday night's Miami Marlins-Seattle Mariners game with a 7.00 ERA.

Haniger led the charge.

"Not really", he said. It's been huge for us.

Haniger will not give an at-bat away. The big hits. Working into his count. It was the 52nd time in his career that Kershaw has struck out 10 or more, and the Dodgers are 41-11 in those games.

"I love Ichiro", the fan, Kevin Shannon, said (via MLB.com). "It's something I try to do now on every single pitch - have a goal, have a plan and try to win each pitch. Over time, I got better and better and smarter". "He's making a name for himself".

Chen no-hit the Mariners for seven innings but was pulled before he could finish it. Don Mattingly yanked Chen after he'd thrown 100 pitches through seven innings. Chacin was masterful as he gave up just three hits.

The first inning proved to be the toughest for Hernandez, who allowed only the two solo home runs after that, finishing with 6 1/3 innings, allowing 12 hits and four runs while striking out five and walking one.

Hernandez (2-1) was far from his best, allowing five hits in the first inning, four before recording an out. He was hurt on the play and was on the field for a few minutes before walking off under his own power. Hernandez allowed another RBI single before finally ending the inning.

Suzuki turned on a first-pitch fastball from reliever Evan Marshall for a leadoff homer in the ninth inning. "He tried to battle through it, but just wasn't able to".

Marlins: 3B Martin Prado was back in the lineup after leaving Monday's game with a cramp in his calf.

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