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27-19, 2nd in AL West
Mariners walk off on Segura's single in the 11th (0:18)

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Big win for the Mariners, who can continue to battle the Angels for second in the AL West while hanging close to the Astros. One-hit for eight innings by Francisco Liriano of the Tigers, Mitch Haniger tied it with a two-run homer in the ninth off an 0-2 slider from Shane Greene, and then Jean Segura knocked in Dee Gordon in the 11th for the walk-off win.

Haniger knots it up in the bottom of the 9th (0:27)
Paxton goes the distance to beat Detroit (0:33)
Haniger makes catch and tumbles into crowd (0:38)
Segura smashes a homer in the 1st (0:21)
Haniger's double caps off 5-run seventh for Seattle (0:18)
Did Cano's contract make PEDs risk worth it? (1:25)
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Teixeira 'not surprised' about Cano suspension

Mark Teixeira, Robinson Cano's teammate with the Yankees for five years, says he is "not surprised" by the Seattle star's 80-game suspension for a banned substance. The ESPN analyst did not offer any specifics or examples to support the assertion.

How does suspension affect Cano's HOF chances? (3:00)
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Votto apologizes to Paxton, Canada for remarks

Reds star Joey Votto apologized to James Paxton and Canadian baseball for his comments about the Mariners pitcher's feat of throwing a no-hitter on his home country's soil this month.


BBTN: Cano Suspended, Harper Roller Coaster, Hembo Knows

After Buster talks to T.J. Quinn about the Robinson Cano suspension (:21), Keith Law weighs in on Cano, Bryce Harper's odd year, a replay controversy in Atlanta & more (15:25). Plus, some thought-provoking figures from Paul Hembekides in "Hembo Knows" (36:54).

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.259Tied-4th
On Base Percentage.3269th
Slugging Percentage.4296th
Earned Run Average4.3621st
Quality Starts18Tied-22nd