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June 13, 2012 at 9:57 PM

No offensive answers for Mariners in 1-0 loss to Padres

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This was another of those forgettable offensive nights for Seattle in its own ballpark. We had a Justin Smoak drive hauled in at the right field warning track, a bases-loaded, one-out situation thwarted and just plain old not enough hitting when it mattered in a 1-0 defeat to a San Diego Padres team with the worst record in baseball.
Great game for Jesus Montero with three hits and two runners thrown out on the basepaths.


Hector Noesi did a good job as well, throwing seven innings of one-run ball to keep his team in it.
Brandon League got out of a bases loaded, none out jam in the top of the ninth after Lucas Luetge threw a scoreless eighth.
But the offense! Ten runs in five games on this homestand. The Mariners got blanked by Jason Marquis and company. Oy, vey. They are now 10 games under .500 and firmly ensconced in last place.

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