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June 12, 2014 at 6:31 PM

Game thread: Yankees at Mariners — June 12, 2014

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  • Umpires: HP Mark Wegner (14), 1B Mike Winters (33), 2B Chris Segal (96), 3B Mike Muchlinski (76)
  • Mariners’ official game notes06.12.14 Game Notes
  • Yankees official game notes6-12 Yankees game notes
  • Daily MLB statpack06.12.14 Stats
  • TV: Root NW
  • Radio: ESPN 710/Mariners radio network
  • MLB Gamecast: HERE

THIS DAY IN MARINERS HISTORY (June 12):

  • 1984 – Larry Milbourne’s two-out single in the 10th inning scored Darnell Coles from second and helped raise the Mariners league-leading extra-inning record to 6-1.  Mike Moore recorded his first CG victory of 1984.
  • 1992 – Harold Reynolds strokes career hit #1,000 in the first inning, and eventually comes around to score. Reynolds is only the second Mariner to ever reach 1,000, joining Alvin Davis. The Mariners jumped to a 2-0 lead in the first, and eventually beat Milwaukee 4-1.
  • 1998 – Jamie Moyer shuts out Oakland 5-0. It’s the first time he logs two shutouts in one season with the same team since 1985.
  • 2001 – Mike Cameron belts a solo HR in the 9th inning to snap a 9-9 tie at Colorado.
  • 2002 – Joel Pineiro throws the first shutout and first complete game of his career in a 5-0 win over St. Louis.
  • 2013 – Mike Zunino makes his Major League debut starting at catcher and records his first hit.

First inning

Not an ideal for Roenis Elias. He gave up a one-out single to Deity Jeter and then Jacoby Ellsbury scalded a line drive into the right field seats. The inning could have been worse. Elias walked Mark Teixeira and later gave up a two-out single to Carlos Beltran. But he came back get Yangervis Solarte to fly out to left to end the inning.

Robinson Cano had a two-out single, but Kyle Seager struck out to end the inning.

Yankees 2, Mariners 0

Second inning

Much better inning for Elias. He goes 1-2-3/

Mariners cut the lead to 2-1. Logan Morrison blasts his first homer of the season – a line drive into right field for a solo shot.

Yankees 2, Mariners 1

Third inning

The Yankees get two runs right back. Jeter leads off with a single. Ellsbury walks and Alphonso Soriano later delivers a one-out double to left-center to score both runners.

Mariners get a lead off single from Brad Miller. Robinson Cano was later hit by a pitch, but Seager was rung up for strike three to end the inning.

Yankees 4, Mariners 1

Fourth inning

Jeter delivers a two-run single to right over a drawn-in infield to make it 6-1. This one might be done with.

M’s go down 1-2-3

Fifth inning

Leone gets a 1-2-3 inning

Miller has his second hit of the game – a double to right-center. He later scores on James Jones single up the middle. The M’s should have had another run, but Jacoby Ellsbury robbed Cano of sure extra base hit with a leaping catch against the wall.

Yankees 6, Mariners 2

Sixth inning

Jon Ryan Murphy and his many first names had a double to left field. Jeter drew a two out walk, but Ellsbury popped up to end the inning.

M’s go down 1-2-3

Yankees 6, Mariners 2

Seventh inning

Farquhar works a 1-2-3 inning.

Zunino has a possible homer/extra base hit robbed by Brett Gardner, who slow-played the throw in. It appears Root thought it was a homer.

Yankees 6, Mariners 2

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