(1090 The Fan) — The Seattle Mariners (35-34) salvaged the series finale versus the Texas Rangers and open up a quick two-gamer with the San Diego Padres before heading south to face the Friars on the road and then to Kansas City to face the red hot Royals.
The M’s have yet to show some consistent offensive production at home, though Kyle Seager remains one of the exceptions highlighted by his four-hit, three-RBI day Sunday afternoon. The club has plated just 16 runs on the homestand (six games) and are averaging 3.34 runs per game at Safeco Field compared to 4.7 per contest on the road.
The Padres (29-40) could be the remedy but their Game 1 starter has been terrific this season and their bullpen is one of the best in baseball. San Diego brings the National League’s worst offense to the Emerald City, however, and enter play Monday…
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