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was the longest double Ive ever had," Saunders said. "I definitely put a good swing on it. I guess if the hill isnt out there, Antworten

HOUSTON -- The Seattle Mariners only managed one hit against Houston on Saturday night. That big swing by Michael Saunders was all they needed to put away the last-place Astros. Saunders got Seattles only hit with a two-run double with two outs in the seventh inning to lift the Mariners to a 4-2 victory. Erik Bedard (3-7) pitched 6 1-3 innings of no-hit ball before he was replaced by Jose Cisnero, who walked Mike Zunino with two outs before the double by Saunders put Seattle ahead 4-2. The long fly ball sailed just out of reach of sprinting centre fielder Brandon Barnes and landed at the top of Tals Hill in straightaway centre. "That was the longest double Ive ever had," Saunders said. "I definitely put a good swing on it. I guess if the hill isnt out there, maybe he runs it down. Or if the hill isnt out there, maybe its a home run. I dont know. But it fell, we won and thats all that matters." Bedard had thrown 109 pitches when he left the game. Houston manager Bo Porter gave him the option of staying in, but the 34-year-old was ready to go. "Ive had three shoulder surgeries," Bedard said. "Im not going over 110 (pitches). Id rather pitch a couple more years than face another batter." The Mariners, who extended their season-high winning streak to five games, tied it in a wacky sixth inning by scoring two runs thanks to a combination of passed balls, walks and a sacrifice fly. It was the Mariners fewest hits of the season and they struck out 15 times, but they were helped by drawing six walks. "I would say it was the strangest game Ive been involved from Little League to the big leagues when you give up one hit and punch out 15 guys and end up on the losing side of it," Porter said. "But its crystal clear how we ended up on the losing side of it. When you walk (six) guys and all four of their runs that score are via the walk, theres no defence for it." Travis Blackley and Jose Veras each pitched a scoreless inning to complete the one-hitter. It was the third time the Mariners had only one hit in a win. The last was a 1-0 victory over the Yankees on April 27, 2002. They are the second team since 1916 to score four or more runs with one or fewer hits, the first since the White Sox were no-hit but beat the Yankees 4-0 on July 1, 1990. And as another example of just how rare such a game is, the last time a team scored four runs on one hit with no errors was in 1914. The Chicago White Sox did it in a 5-4 loss to Detroit, according to information provided by the Mariners from the Elias Sports Bureau. Seattle starter Hisashi Iwakuma (9-4) allowed seven hits with two runs and seven strikeouts in seven innings to lower his ERA to 2.99. Tom Wilhelmsen pitched a scoreless ninth for his 21st save. Saunders also helped out on defence, dashing to right-centre to reach and make a nifty catch to rob Justin Maxwell of extra bases with no outs in the ninth inning. Bedard yielded three runs -- one earned -- walked five and struck out a season-high 10. He walked off the field expressionless and was greeted with a standing ovation when he was replaced by Cisnero. He relied on fastballs between 90-92 mph and mixed in a few curveballs and changeups to keep the Mariners hitless. Bedard is the first Houston pitcher to go 6 1-3 hitless innings since Darryl Kile tossed a no-hitter against the Mets on Sept. 8, 1993. Seattle manager Eric Wedge said it was the best hes ever seen Bedard, a former Mariner, pitch. "Bedard threw a heck of a ballgame," Wedge said. "He had a great breaking ball going, a live fastball. He did everything good to keep us off-balance but we made him work. We were able to get him out of there at a reasonable time and try somebody else out." Bedard didnt allow a baserunner until Kendrys Morales walked to start the fifth inning. But he got back on track after that, retiring the next four batters he faced. He then issued consecutive walks to Saunders and Brad Miller with one out in the sixth inning. Saunders advanced to third and Miller took second on a passed ball by Jason Castro. Saunders scored on a sacrifice fly by Nick Franklin to get Seattle within 2-1. A second passed ball by Castro allowed Miller to score and tie it at 2. Raul Ibanez walked before Bedard retired Morales to end the inning. Bedard retired Kyle Seager on a fly out before he was chased on a walk by Justin Smoak. The Astros had runners at second and third with no outs in the third inning, but Iwakuma retired the next three batters, with two strikeouts to end the threat. Matt Dominguez singled to start the fifth before a double by Jake Elmore. Dominguez scored on a sacrifice fly by Jose Altuve with one out to make it 1-0. A single by Castro sent another run home. Seattles tough offensive night ended its franchise-high streak of 23 straight games with a home run. It was the Mariners first game without one since June 19. NOTES: Seager went 0 for 4 to snap a 15-game hitting streak, which was the longest active streak in the majors. ... The series wraps up on Sunday when Seattles Felix Hernandez (10-4) opposes Jordan Lyles (4-3). Hernandez leads the American League with a 2.53 ERA. ... Roger Clemens, the seven-time Cy Young Award winner and special assistant to Houston general manager Jeff Luhnow, was at Minute Maid Park on Saturday. He had a talk with the Astros pitching staff and tried to encourage them to stay positive as the losses continue to pile up. Cheap Nike Air Max 90 Free Shipping . Philadelphia is 2-0 against the Senators this season and scored five goals in each victory. The Flyers recorded a 5-0 win in Ottawa on Nov. 12 and then earned a 5-2 home decision on Nov. 19. The Flyers have claimed three straight and four of the last five encounters with the Sens overall and Philly has won two in a row and three of its past four tests in Canadas capital city. Nike Air Max 90 Cheap Wholesale . LOUIS -- The New Orleans Saints looked like a team playing out the string. . Those lessons were more than enough to overwhelm the Utah Jazz. Lou Williams scored 25 points and the Hawks continued their offensive upswing as they rolled to an easy 118-85 victory over the Jazz on Friday night, winning their third straight and for the fourth time in five games. Nike Air Max 90 For Sale Cheap .Y. - Rob Manfred was promoted Monday to Major League Baseballs chief operating officer, which may make him a candidate to succeed Bud Selig as commissioner. Cheap Nike Air Max 90 Online . President of baseball operations Larry Beinfest was fired Friday after 12 years with the Marlins. The move came as the team neared the end of its third consecutive last-place season in the NL East. CLEVELAND -- A week ago, the Indians were reeling amid serious questions about whether they could contend. Five wins have put them back on track. And back on Detroits heels. Asdrubal Cabrera hit a two-run double to cap Clevelands comeback in the sixth inning, and the Indians charged into the All-Star break with a 6-4 win over Kansas City on Sunday and three-game sweep of the Royals. Cabreras double off Tim Collins (2-5) led the roller-coasting Indians to their fourth straight win. At 51-44, they stayed 1 1-2 games behind the first-place Tigers in the AL Central. Last week, Detroit took three of four from Cleveland to widen its lead in the division. It seemed the Tigers were poised to run away and hide. But with their fans fearing a collapse like last year, the Indians pulled together. "We got the city of Cleveland to step back off the ledge after the Detroit series," said All-Star second baseman Jason Kipnis. "So thats good. We wanted to push ourselves. To be able to sweep them and get a couple days off now, thats a great way to end it." Cleveland has its most wins at the All-Star break since 2007 -- the last time the Indians made the playoffs. Reliever Rich Hill (1-1) got two outs in the sixth, and closer Chris Perez -- Clevelands fifth reliever -- worked the ninth for his 13th save as the Indians improved to 43-1 when leading after eight. Billy Butler had three hits for the Royals (43-49), who dropped their fifth straight. Kansas City is third in the AL Central, eight games back. "Weve had a rough five games," manager Ned Yost said. "They can go take a break, regroup and hopefully come back and play more consistent baseball." The Indians have had their issues with inconsistency, as well, but they have been resilient all season. The series finale was no different as Cleveland trailed 4-3 in the sixth before rallying against Kansas Citys usually reliable bullpen. Collins, who took the loss in Fridays series opener, walked Lonnie Chisenhall leading off. Drew Stubbs singled, Michael Bourn sacrificed, and Cabrera, whose name has surfaced in trade rumours, drove a 1-0 pitch into the gap in right-centre to put Cleveland back in front. Kipnis followed with an RBI single off Everett Teaford to give the Indians a 6-4 lead. "I was real proud of our guys," manager Terry Francona said. "We kept battling, and because of it we go into the break with a nice win." Bryan Shaw and Joe Smith combined for two scoreless innings before Perez, who spent time on the disabled list and was charged with drug possession in the first half, gave up a one-out double in the ninth but struck out Butler and retired All-Star catcher Salvador Perez on a grounder for the final out. The Indians have overcome their share of injuries, inconsistent pitching and a 4-16 stretch which put them 5 1-2 ggames back of the Tigers on June 17.dddddddddddd After dropping three of four to Detroit, Cleveland finished the first half by going 5-1. "Its been a great first half for us," Indians first baseman Nick Swisher said. "Weve dealt with a lot of injuries and to be standing where we are right now, weve got to feel great about that." Royals starter James Shields ended up with his seventh no-decision in his last nine starts. The right-hander allowed three runs and seven hits in five innings, leaving with a 4-3 lead. Shields has received sparse run support as the Royals have scored just nine total runs in his six losses. Shields, though, was more focused on getting his team turned around than his record. "You never want to lose five in a row, but Im not too worried about it," Shields said. "Weve done a good job of grinding this first half. It definitely could be a lot worse and it definitely could be a lot better. Right now we need to kick it in gear and string together some wins." Indians starter Ubaldo Jimenez didnt get through the fifth inning, his shortest start since June 7. After the Indians took a 3-2 lead in the third, Jimenez let the Royals grab it back in the fourth on Johnny Giavotellas RBI groundout and Alcides Escobars run-scoring single. Jimenez walked the leadoff hitter in the fifth and was quickly pulled by Francona before things got worse. Reliever C.C. Lee made his major league debut and retired the Royals on three straight popups to keep the Indians within one. Shields worked around a two-on, none-out jam in the second, but hurt himself with a one-out walk in the third when the Indians scored twice to take a 3-2 lead. Kipnis walked with one down and moved up on a groundout. Michael Brantley, who came in batting .382 with runners in scoring position, hit an RBI single to tie it 2-all. Santana then doubled inside the bag at first, and third-base coach Brad Mills never hesitated in waving Brantley home. "I dont feel like I struggled," Shields said. "I threw some really good pitches. I think I threw three changeups that probably would have hit the dirt, and they got base hits on them. They probably had about 20 foul-offs. Thats a good team over there. They work really good at-bats." NOTES: Clevelands pitchers havent given up a home run in 60 innings. ... Last year, the Indians were 44-41 at the All-Star break and three games out of first place. They collapsed in August, going 5-24. ... Francona will spend a few off days in Las Vegas. "Im going to see how much money I can lose," he cracked. "Im going to lay low." ... Kansas City will be represented in New York by Alex Gordon, Perez and closer Greg Holland, the first time the Royals have had three All-Stars since 1988. Perez is the first KC catcher on the team since Darrell Porter in 1980. 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