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March 6, 2014 at 4:21 PM

Mariners 7, White Sox 4 — a bounce back win shows some resiliency

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After suffering a frustrating defeat on Wednesday, the Mariners showed their mettle with a bounce back win If you are sensing a little sarcasm in some of this, that’s good because I’m putting laying it on pretty thick.

We know these results mean nothing in the regular season. Last year is a very recent reminder.  But, hey if you are playing a game, then you might as well try to win. That’s my justification for being a jerk in pick-up basketball as well.

Anyway, the Mariners picked up another win.

They were trailing 4-2,  and got RBI singles form DJ Peterson, Cole Gillespie and Jesus Montero in the seventh inning.

Offensive highlights also included a sac fly from John Buck, a double from Willie Bloomquist, all those RBI singles in the seventh and a RBI triple from Stefen Romero and another run scoring single from Cole Gillespie in the ninth.

 

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Scott Baker worked three innings, giving up one run on three hits. He looked fine on the mound. Fernando Rodney made his first appearance of the spring. He gave up a run, but was pleased with his fastball command. Here’s some defensive highlights of Xavier Avery’s diving catch, Brad Miller’s nice play at shortstop, Endy Chavez’s diving catch and Tom Wilhelmsen striking out a few batters. 

 

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We talked with Peterson postgame. I will get that video up as well.

 

 

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