Mariners exist Astros 9-7 in 10 innings for 5th true win

AP Sports Writer

HOUSTON (AP) – The Seattle Mariners tied a deteriorate high by attack 4 homers including back-to-back shots by Kyle Seager and Danny Valencia in a 10th inning to get a 9-7 win over a Houston Astros on Monday night.

However, after a diversion it wasn’t a absolute offense though Jean Segura’s invulnerability that everybody was articulate about.

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Josh Reddick was on second with no outs in a ninth inning when Segura snagged a grounder by Marwin Gonzalez obscure and threw him out during first. Later in a inning he threw Reddick out during home on a fielder’s choice on a round strike by Nori Aoki. But Segura wasn’t finished yet. After an conscious travel installed a bases, Segura had another obscure squeeze on a grounder strike by Alex Bregman and tossed it to second for a force out to send it to a 10th.

“The invulnerability (from) Jean via there was usually unbelievable,” manager Scott Servais said. “The backhand stop that was a pivotal out in a inning removing a initial out with Marwin Gonzalez. Then a play during home, a backhand with a force play. There was a lot going on that inning.”

Segura was asked about a final play of that inning.

“I knew a usually possibility we had was a force during second,” he said. “It was usually `go get it.’ It was a final out and if we don’t get it or make an error, they win a game. we attempted to make a play as discerning as we (could).”

And it wasn’t usually a Mariners who raved about Segura’s work.

“Both plays were well-developed plays,” A.J. Hinch said. “Obviously, we would adore to emanate some-more situations for ourselves, though it’s tough to disagree that he didn’t have a many critical plays of a game.”

The furious behind and onward diversion was tied during 7-7 entering a 10th when Seager, who finished with 3 hits, connected off Tony Sipp (0-1) on a shot to a seats in right field. Valencia combined an word run when he launched a slider to core margin 3 pitches later.

Mike Zunino and Nelson Cruz also homered for a Mariners as they tied a deteriorate high with 4 homers to win their fifth true game.

Yovani Gallardo (4-7) authorised a strike and dual walks in a scoreless ninth for a win and Edwin Diaz struck out dual in a scoreless 10th for his 17th save.

Cruz tied it in a seventh and Zunino put Seattle on tip with his homer in a eighth. A scapegoat fly by George Springer scored a run to tie it during 7-7 in a bottom of a eighth.

Jake Marisnick and Carlos Beltran both homered for a Astros on a night when All-Star shortstop Carlos Correa left in a fourth inning after jamming his left ride on a swing.

Houston used a four-run sixth, highlighted by a two-run homer by Beltran, to take a 6-5 lead.

Seattle starter Ariel Miranda yielded 6 hits and 5 runs in 5 2/3 innings.

McCullers authorised 6 hits and 5 runs in 4 2/3 innings.


Mariners: OF Mitch Haniger was out for a second true diversion after injuring his right index finger on Saturday night. But manager Scott Servais pronounced he was feeling improved on Monday and could be accessible on Tuesday.

Astros: Houston ace Dallas Keuchel authorised dual hits with one travel and 3 strikeouts in 3 innings in his initial reconstruction assignment for Double-A Corpus Christi on Monday night. Keuchel hasn’t pitched given Jun 2 since of a pinched haughtiness in his neck. The lefty will expected need mixed starts in a minors before he comes off a DL, though a Astros haven’t nonetheless dynamic accurately how many he will need. … RHP Collin McHugh, who hasn’t pitched all deteriorate since of an bend injury, will chuck a bullpen on Tuesday and if that goes good he could come off a infirm list this weekend.


The Astros pronounced that Correa will be re-evaluated on Tuesday and aren’t certain how prolonged he’ll be out. “I’ve been personification by some pain a final integrate of days and hopefully, it’s zero big,” he said. “I felt a lot of pain in my finger and felt like we couldn’t go behind in there.”


Mariners: Sam Gaviglio (3-4, 4.31) will be removed from Triple-A Tacoma to start on Tuesday. Gaviglio final started in a majors on Jul 6 opposite Oakland when he authorised 9 hits and 7 runs in 4 2/3 innings of a 7-4 loss.

Astros: Brad Peacock (7-1, 2.63) is scheduled to start for Houston on Tuesday. He sparse 5 hits over 6 scoreless innings in a 19-1 win over a Blue Jays in his final start to extend his winning strain to 4 games.

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