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Kyle Seager went 2-for-4 with a double and a two-run homer in Wednesday's 4-3 setback across from the Angels.

Seager very nearly won this game single-handedly for Seattle. His two-run shot off C.J. Wilson was all the Mariners could muster off the left-hander tonight and, down 3-2 in the ninth, Seager led off with a double against Huston Street. He eventually scored on a sac fly to tie the game at threes. Unfortunately, he was ultimately cast as Sisyphus when Seattle's bullpen frittered the game away shortly thereafter.
May 7 - 1:25 AM

C.J. Wilson pitched seven innings of two-run ball in a no-decision versus the Mariners on Wednesday.

The 34-year-old struck out four, didn't throw a ball four and gave up seven hits. He would have won -- Wilson's first since April 7, his first start of the season -- if Huston Street hadn't blown a save in the ninth. In the most crushing of baseball ironies, Wilson's victory went to Street himself when the Angels tacked on a run in the bottom half of the frame. AL-only owners who gambled on a Wilson rebound from last season's 4.51 ERA debacle are ecstatic with early returns, and mixed leaguers have even decided to get involved over the past few weeks. Wilson boasts a stellar 2.70 ERA and 1.05 WHIP through six outings.
May 7 - 1:19 AM

Roenis Elias yielded three runs on six hits across seven frames of a no-decision against the Angels on Wednesday.

It was a decent outing, and were it not for a three-run third inning featuring a two-run Mike Trout dinger, he would have won. Alas, the young southpaw is still looking for his first victory of the season. The 26-year-old's numbers through three starts are remarkably similar to his 2014 output of a 3.85 ERA and 1.33 WHIP. After tonight's game, Elias holds with a 3.86 ERA and 1.34 WHIP.
May 7 - 1:05 AM

Melky Cabrera hit a game-tying three-run homer in the eighth as the White Sox came back to beat the Tigers 7-6 on Wednesday.

It was his first homer of the year. Cabrera also had a sac fly earlier in the game, so his RBI total jumped all of the way from six to 10 tonight. He certainly needed the big game, and now the hope is that it's a sign of better days to come.
May 7 - 12:00 AM

Chris Sale struggled through another start Wednesday, allowing five runs in 5 1/3 innings against the Tigers.

Sale walked five and threw a wild pitch. His velocity has been just fine, but the poor command in his last two starts suggests something in his delivery is out of whack. Fortunately, he has one of the best pitching coaches in the game to help turn him around. We're not particularly concerned.
May 6 - 11:59 PM

Joba Chamberlain was lit up for four runs and six hits in the eighth inning while taking a loss to the White Sox on Wednesday.

Joakim Soria never got into the game as the Tigers led a 6-3 lead slip away. It's the first obvious case of Joe Nathan's absence hurting the team this year. Maybe Nathan would have stumbled some in the ninth, but at least Soria would have turned the lead over to him.
May 6 - 11:57 PM

Victor Martinez went 2-for-4 with a two-run homer and four RBI versus the White Sox on Wednesday.

Martinez took forever and a day to get around the bases after taking Chris Sale deep in the third, but he finally got his first homer of the year. That'll probably erase any thoughts Brad Ausmus was having about taking him out of the cleanup spot.
May 6 - 11:55 PM

Rajai Davis tripled, doubled and scored twice Wednesday against the White Sox.

The problem with Davis tripling and doubling is that it makes it much harder for him to steal bases. Stick to singling, buddy.
May 6 - 11:53 PM
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