Miami Marlins starter Wei-Yin Chen has been pulled after not allowing a hit through seven innings against the Seattle Mariners. The Cardinals are also 6-1 in Wacha's last seven starts and have won 28 of his last 39 outings at Busch Stadium. But allowing 11 earned runs over 16 innings isn't a good trend. The Miami Marlins are 0-5 this season when allowing more than four runs and 7-1 when allowing our or less runs.
Miami had a no-hitter going through 8.1 innings before Mitch Haniger doubled in the 9th.
The crowd of 27,147 cheered loudly as Suzuki circled the bases.
The Mariners added two runs in the fourth.More news: First Family attends their first Easter Egg roll
He actually ran into a little bit of trouble in the seventh inning.
Not this time. Rzepczynski threw one pitch and got the final out.
The southpaw walked two and struck out two and Ziegler hurled a flawless inning leaving it up to Barraclough.
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Haniger led the charge. Haniger walked to lead off the inning, and Chen then hit Nelson Cruz.
So that's awesome. Long known for his impressive displays of batting-practice power, Ichiro told USA TODAY Sports in 2007 that he felt he could hit 40 homers in a season if he were willing to accept a.220 batting average. The runners moved to second and third on J.T. Riddle's sacrifice.
Nevertheless, the nearest the Mariners came to getting a hit off Chen was in the fifth inning, when Taylor Motter seized upon a low fastball, belting it to center field where Christian Yelich made the catch a few feet from the wall. Dyson's one-out looping double over third scored Martin. Haniger then extended his hitting streak to 13 games with a two-run single to right. He's due to get two starts next week, one in Philly and one at home against the Pirates. Gallardo closed his evening with three scoreless innings, but the Mariners had no answers for Chen. There were no great defensive plays by the Marlins.
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