Marlins' combined no-hitter attempt vs. Mariners broken up in 9th

Posted April 24, 2017

Blue Jays 3, Red Sox 0: Francisco Liriano (1-1) allowed four hits in 51/3 innings and combined with three relievers combined on a six-hitter.

Mitch Haniger and Kyle Seager each had four RBIs on Wednesday as the Mariners closed out their homestand with a 10-5 victory over Miami at Safeco Field.

Ichiro may play with the Marlins now, but he spent 12 seasons in Seattle with the Mariners. He walked just one and was done after 97 pitches.

Martin Prado's error on Haniger's hard-hit grounder in the sixth inning was the first by the Marlins' infield this season and first in 24 games dating to last September. The ball ricocheted and struck umpire Mark Wegner square in the mask. Since then, his plate appearances have gone: intentional walk, walk, double, two-run home run, double, solo home run, single, walk, walk, single, walk, solo home run.

CUBS 7, BREWERS 4: Addison Russell hit a three-run homer off Neftali Feliz (0-2) that capped a four-run ninth inning. Now, this homer is likely the last that Ichiro will hit in Seattle as he's now 43.

The Marlins put Gallardo in another jam by starting the second inning with well-placed singles by Derek Dietrich and A.J. Ellis. The runners moved to second and third on J.T. Riddle's sacrifice.

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The Marlins opened the game with four straight singles against Hernandez, but it produced just one run. Volquez barely made it through three innings, giving up four runs and five hits.

Chen no-hit the Mariners for seven innings but was pulled before he could finish it. Don Mattingly yanked Chen after he'd thrown 100 pitches through seven innings. Seattle OF Mitch Haniger's second inning single extended his hitting streak to 13 games.

Haniger was 1-for-3 with his double, and walked. Stanton's homer was his fourth this season, a 445-foot shot to deep left-center field.

The Mariners manage no near-misses before Haniger's double.