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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — The searing-hot Mariners were riding a streak where it seemed they could do no wrong. That finally ended on Wednesday afternoon, when the Tampa Bay Rays rallied for a wild 7-6 walk-off victory at Tropicana Field.

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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — The Mariners are having a road trip to remember. Meanwhile, catcher Tom Murphy and third baseman Kyle Seager are enjoying red-hot streaks they won’t soon forget.

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TORONTO — There wasn’t the traditional noise of ball hitting metal to know that it was a home run. In Rogers Centre, they don’t use foul poles. They use yellow nets in the dimensions of typical foul poles, suspended from field to ceiling with cables, to simulate the boundaries between fair a…

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TORONTO — While Mariners manager Scott Servais often has maintained he knows the televisions cameras will always find him after a mistake by one of his players and, because of that, he will always control his emotions, no matter how angry he might be, there still are little cracks to his sto…

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DETROIT — If only they could play the Tigers more than six or seven times in a season. After a one-night outlier of no offense and a defeat, the Mariners finalized a year’s worth of supremacy over the worst team in baseball with yet another win in the last game of the season series.

DETROIT — Many years from now, when Kyle Seager tells his son, Crue, about the time he hit three home runs in one game at Comerica Park, the description and distance of that magical third dinger will probably have grown with time. The fact that it wasn’t going over the fence and probably sho…

SEATTLE — Given the number of them on the Tampa Bay Rays roster, a former Seattle Mariner was likely going to play a part in the outcome of every game this series. It had already happened Friday night with Ji-Man Choi’s bases-loaded walk for the decisive run in a Tampa victory.

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SEATTLE — In a season where so many games have been lost, and more than half of the games remaining could reach a similar result, the impetus for the Mariners has been development for those players that have been ordained as part of the future roster.

SEATTLE — Tim Lopes didn’t remember much about his home-run swing, or his first major-league trot around the bases, and he didn’t know what to do when the T-Mobile Park crowd continued to roar while he celebrated with teammates in the home dugout.

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