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May 25, 2009 at 3:55 PM

Offense invisible in 6-1 loss for the Mariners

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Yes, Chris Jakubauskas left this team in an early hole. But the Mariners offense was again useless when it mattered over the final seven innings of this game. We’ve seen this happen all too often to this team, which entered today scoring 3.78 runs per game — second worst in the majors behind the 3.77 by San Diego.
You don’t score, you don’t win. Plain and simple. This team has now gone a month without winning two in a row.

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