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51-52, 2nd in AL West
Devers, Sale snap Red Sox losing streak (0:51)

Sale Away: Red Sox ace Ks 11 in 4-0 win over Mariners

Chris Sale pitched seven innings of three-hit ball, top prospect Rafael Devers became the youngest Boston player to hit a home run in more than 50 years, and the Red Sox beat the Seattle Mariners 4-0 on Wednesday to salvage the final game of the series.

Sale fans 11 in strong outing (0:33)

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Red Sox 4, Mariners 0: Chris Sale did it again, while Rafael Devers achieved a few firsts. Sale tossed seven scoreless innings and fanned 11 batters, marking his career-high 14th double-digit strikeout game this season. Devers recorded his first career hit -- a home run, no less -- against Mariners starter Andrew Moore in the third inning. Between them, the Cy Young favorite and the youngest player in the majors led the Red Sox to a victory that capped a 2-4 trip to the West Coast.

Devers' first hit is a homer (0:26)
Mariners edge Red Sox in 13 innings (1:15)
Segura gives Mariners walk-off win in 13 (0:23)

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Mariners 6, Red Sox 5: Talk about a gut punch. One strike from winning a 13-inning marathon, the Red Sox lost on Guillermo Heredia's game-tying RBI single, a wild pitch by Doug Fister, a walk and an infield single by Jean Segura. Boston has lost four games in a row, their lead in the AL East down to one game over the Yankees. On a night when the Red Sox traded for infielder Eduardo Nunez, baby-faced 20-year-old top prospect Rafael Devers made his debut and went 0-for-4 with two walks, one run scored and a few nice defensive plays at third base.


Paxton meets with his fan club

Seattle Mariners pitcher James Paxton took a photo with his fan club -- a.k.a "The Maple Grove" -- prior to Tuesday's game against the Red Sox. Paxton (center of back row) is a 6-foot-4 Canadian whose nickname is Big Maple; hence the Maple Grove name for his fans. (@GregJohnsMLB/Twitter)

Mariners blank Red Sox (0:40)

Paxton, Seager pace Mariners past Red Sox, 4-0

James Paxton allowed four singles over seven innings to win his fifth consecutive start in July and Kyle Seager homered to pace the Seattle Mariners to a 4-0 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Monday night.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Mariners 4, Red Sox 0: Yuck. The Red Sox were held hitless until the fifth inning by Mariners starter James Paxton en route to getting shut out for the ninth time this season. Meanwhile, Eduardo Rodriguez allowed four runs on six hits in only 5 1/3 innings. The Red Sox have scored five runs in their last three games and 39 runs in 12 games since the All-Star break. In the words of David Price's favorite broadcaster Dennis Eckersley, "Yuck."

Seager's long ball puts Mariners up early (0:21)

Yankees win first series in 6 weeks, beat Mariners 6-4

The New York Yankees won a series for the first time in six weeks when Aroldis Chapman struck out Ben Gamel with a runner on to preserve a 6-4 victory over Seattle on Sunday, their third win in four games against the Mariners this weekend.

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Mariners sign Espinosa

The Seattle Mariners signed 2B Danny Espinosa on Sunday, after he was released by the Angels on July 20. Espinosa, 30, hit .162 in 72 games with the Angels.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Yankees are up 6-4 in the 7th inning at Safeco Field, looking for their first series win since a 3-game sweep from 6/9-11 vs. Baltimore.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

With his first appearance with the Mariners, David Phelps becomes the 32nd different pitcher used by the club this season, most in the Majors; matches the Mariners single-season club record (also: 2016).

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

The 32nd home run of the season for Aaron Judge cuts the Mariners lead to 4-3 in the 6th inning at Safeco Field. It's the 7th time this season that Judge has hit a home run in back-to-back games.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Masahiro Tanaka has now allowed 26 home runs (in 20 starts) a new career-high. Tanaka allowed 25 home runs during the 2015 season (in 24 starts).

Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average4.4316th
Quality Starts40Tied-23rd
Batting Average.25911th
On Base Percentage.32813th
Slugging Percentage.41620th

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