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Old 05-25-2019, 09:52 PM   #1
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116 And Nothing: The 2001 Seattle Mariners

I want to do a simple one season replay of a team you rarely see used. The Mariners became interesting for this for many reasons. A hated division rival. The record-tying win total without a World Series appearance for another.

As usual: no historical lineups or transactions are used. Let the CPU do what it will.

THE 2001 SEATTLE MARINERS
PRIMARY LINEUP
1. Ichiro Suzuki RF
2. John Olerud 1B
3. Edgar Martinez DH
4. Bret Boone 2B
5. Mike Cameron CF
6. Dan Wilson C
7. Carlos Guillen SS
8. David Bell 3B
9. Mark T McLemore LF

ROTATION
1. Freddy Garcia
2. Aaron Sele
3. John Halama
4. Joel Pineiro
5. Paul Abbott

PRESEASON PREDICTIONS
AMERICAN LEAGUE
EAST
New York Yankees 97-65
Boston Red Sox 87-75
Toronto Blue Jays 75-87
Baltimore Orioles 72-90
Tampa Bay Devil Rays 67-95

CENTRAL
Cleveland Indians 84-78
Chicago White Sox 81-81
Minnesota Twins 80-82
Detroit Tigers 73-89
Kansas City Royals 67-95

WEST
Seattle Mariners 105-57
Oakland Athletics 93-69
Anaheim Angels 82-80
Texas Rangers 74-88

TOP HITTERS
RF Ichiro Suzuki Seattle Mariners
1B Mike Sweeney Kansas City Royals
1B Jason Giambi Oakland Athletics
1B Jim Thome Cleveland Indians
LF Ellis Burks Cleveland Indians
LF Manny Ramirez Boston Red Sox
1B Edgar Martinez Seattle Mariners
SS Alex Rodriguez Texas Rangers
2B Bret Boone Seattle Mariners
1B Carlos Delgado Toronto Blue Jays

TOP PITCHERS
Pedro Martinez BostonRed Sox
Mike Mussina New York Yankees
Roger Clemens New York Yankees
Freddy Garcia Seattle Mariners
Brad Radke Minnesota Twins
David Wells Chicago White Sox
Andy Petite New York Yankees
Tim Hudson Oakland Athletics
Roy Halladay Toronto Blue Jays
Steve W Sparks Detroit Tigers

NATIONAL LEAGUE
EAST
Atlanta Braves 92-70
Florida Marlins 92-70
New York Mets 87-75
Montreal Expos 73-89
Philadelphia Phillies 73-89

CENTRAL
St Louis Cardinals 90-72
Chicago Cubs 88-74
Houston Astros 86-76
Milwaukee Brewers 77-85
Pittsburgh Pirates 76-86
Cincinnati Reds 59-103

WEST
San Francisco Giants 97-65
Arizona Diamondbacks 87-75
Colorado Rockies 77-85
San Diego Padres 73-89
Los Angeles Dodgers 72-90

TOP HITTERS
LF Barry Bonds San Francisco Giants
1B Todd Helton Colorado Rockies
RF Moises Alou Houston Astros
LF Brian S Giles Pittsburgh Pirates
RF Vladimir Guerrero Montreal Expos
RF Larry Walker Colorado Rockies
LF Lance Berkman Houston Astros
LF Gary Sheffield Los Angeles Dodgers
3B Chipper Jones Atlanta Braves
CF Jim Edmonds St Louis Cardinals

TOP PITCHERS
Randy Johnson Arizona Diamondbacks
Curt Schilling Arizona Diamondbacks
Roy Oswalt Houston Astros
Matt Morris St Louis Cardinals
Greg Maddux Atlanta Braves
Javier Vazquez Montreal Expos
John Burkett Atlanta Braves
Livan Hernandez San Francisco Giants
Jason Schmidt Pittsburgh Pirates
Glendon Rusch New York Mets

TOP PROSPECTS
1. LF Albert Pujols St Louis Cardinals
2. SP Roy Oswalt Houston Astros
3. 2B Marcus Giles Atlanta Braves
4. LF Adam Dunn Cincinnati Reds
5. SP Ben Sheets Milwaukee Brewers
6. SP CC Sabathia Cleveland Indians
7. C Craig A Wilson Pittsburgh Pirates
8. LF Brad Wilkerson Montreal Expos
9. CF Aaron Rowand Chicago White Sox
10. SP Josh Beckett Florida Marlins

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APRIL 1, 2001

Opening Day.

The Mariners begin their season tomorrow at home against the Oakland Athletics.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Texas at Toronto

There are no National League games scheduled today.

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Toronto 8 Texas 5

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Shannon Stewart Toronto Blue Jays 3 for 5, 2B, HR, 2 RBI, 3 R

2. Raul Mondesi Toronto Blue Jays 2 for 5, 2B, 3 RBI, R

3. Alex S Gonzalez Toronto Blue Jays 2 for 4, 2B, RBI, R, BB

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APRIL 2, 2001
The Mariners began the 2001 season with a three game series at home against the Oakland Athletics.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston at Baltimore
Kansas City at New York
Chicago at Cleveland

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Philadelphia at Florida
Atlanta at Cincinnati
Montreal at Chicago
St Louis at Colorado
Milwaukee at Los Angeles
San Diego at San Francisco

OAKLAND ATHLETICS AT SEATTLE MARINERS
MATCHUPS
SP Barry Zito vs Freddy Garcia Advantage Push
C Ramon J Hernandez vs Dan Wilson Advantage Push
1B Jason Giambi vs John Olerud Advantage Oakland
2B Frank Menechino vs Bret Boone Advantage Seattle
3B Eric Chavez vs David Bell Advantage Push
SS Miguel Tejada vs Carlos Guillen Advantage Oakland
LF Jeremy Giambi vs Mark T McLemore Advantage Push
CF Johnny Damon vs Mike Cameron Advantage Seattle
RF Terrence Long vs Ichiro Suzuki Advantage Seattle
DH Mark Bellhorn vs Edgar Martinez Advantage Seattle
Overall Advantage Seattle

In the top of the first, the Athletics loaded the bases with nobody out. Tejada brought the game's first run home with a sacrifice fly. An infield hit by Long loaded the bases with one out. Menechino grounded into the 4-6-3 to retire the side.

After three: Oakland 1 Seattle 0.

Nothing of note happened in the middle innings.

After six: Oakland 1 Seattle 0.

Arthur Rhodes took the mound for the Mariners in the top of the eighth.

Kazuhiro Sasaki took the mound for the Mariners in the top of the ninth.

Jason Isringhausen took the mound for the Athletics in the bottom of the ninth. With the tying run at second and two out, Olerud flew out to center to end the game.

Final score: Oakland 1 Seattle 0.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Barry Zito 8.0 IP, 6 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 5 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 3 Boston 2 11 innings
New York 6 Kansas City 5
Cleveland 6 Chicago 1

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Florida 5 Philadelphia 0
Atlanta 7 Cincinnati 3
Montreal 16 Chicago 5
Colorado 7 St Louis 2
Los Angeles 3 Milwaukee 1
San Francisco 12 San Diego 3

TOP PERFORMERS
1. A J Burnett Florida Marlins 9.0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 7 K, W

2. Peter Bergeron Montreal Expos 3 for 4, 2B, 2 RBI, 4 R, BB

3. Travis Fryman Cleveland Indians 3 for 4, 2 HR, 2 RBI, 3 R

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APRIL 3, 2001
Tonight is the second game in the season-opening series in Seattle between the Mariners and the Oakland Athletics.

The Mariners signed hitting coach John Heim to a 3-year, $90,900 per year contract.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Minnesota at Detroit
Anaheim at Texas 0-1
Toronto 1-0 at Tampa Bay

NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York at Atlanta 1-0
Milwaukee 0-1 at Houston
Philadelphia 0-1 at Florida 1-0
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati 0-1
Arizona at Los Angeles 1-0

OAKLAND ATHLETICS (1-0) AT SEATTLE MARINERS (0-1)
MATCHUPS
SP Tim Hudson vs Aaron Sele Advantage Push
C Ramon J Hernandez vs Dan Wilson Advantage Push
1B Jason Giambi vs John Olerud Advantage Oakland
2B Frank Menechino vs Bret Boone Advantage Push
3B Eric Chavez vs David Bell Advantage Push
SS Miguel Tejada vs Carlos Guillen Advantage Oakland
LF Jeremy Giambi vs Mark T McLemore Advantage Oakland
LF Johnny Damon vs Mike Cameron Advantage Seattle
RF Terrence Long vs Ichiro Suzuki Advantage Seattle
DH Olmedo Saenz vs Edgar Martinez Advantage Seattle
Overall Advantage Push

In the top of the first, Jason Giambi put the Athletics on the board with a sacrifice fly.

After three: Oakland 1 Seattle 0.

Jason Giambi led off the top of the fourth with a home run. Jeremy Giambi added an RBI single. Hernandez followed with a three run homer.

In the bottom of the fourth, the Mariners got their first run of the season thanks to a Boone RBI single.

In the top of the fifth, Sele struck out the side.

Brett Tomko took the mound for the Mariners in the top of the sixth. Jeremy Giambi belted a two run homer.

After six: Oakland 8 Seattle 1.

In the bottom of the eighth, Jim Mecir took the mound for the Athletics. Pinch hitter Al L Martin hit an RBI double. Suzuki added a sacrifice fly for an RBI. With a runner on third and one out, Luis Vizcaino took the mound for the Athletics. Martinez greeted him with a two-run homer.

Jason Isringhausen took the mound for the Athletics in the bottom of the ninth and set the Mariners down in order to end it.

Final score: Oakland 8 Seattle 5.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Tim Hudson 7.0 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 0 BB, 3 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 2 Minnesota 1
Texas 3 Anaheim 2
Tampa Bay 5 Toronto 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Atlanta 7 New York 0
Milwaukee 8 Houston 0
Philadelphia 4 Florida 1 15 innings
Cincinnati 4 Pittsburgh 3 10 innings
Los Angeles 4 Arizona 2

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Andruw Jones Atlanta Braves 3 for 3, 2B, 2 HR, 3 RBI, 3 R, BB

2. Robert Person Philadelphia Phillies 8.0 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 12 K

3. Devon White Milwaukee Brewers 2 for 4, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 2 R

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APRIL 4, 2001
The Mariners will try to avoid being swept at home by the Oakland Athletics in their season-opening series. The Mariners have yet to draw a walk this season.

The Mariners signed pitching coach Mark Gaddy to a 2-year, $45,000 per year contract.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 0-1 at Baltimore 1-0
Kansas City 0-1 at New York 1-0
Toronto 1-1 at Tampa Bay 1-0
Chicago 0-1 at Cleveland 1-0
Anaheim 0-1 at Texas 1-1

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Montreal 1-0 at Chicago 0-1
Philadelphia 1-1 at Florida 1-1
Pittsburgh 0-1 at Cincinnati 1-1
New York 0-1 at Atlanta 2-0
Milwaukee 1-1 at Houston 0-1
St Louis 0-1 at Colorado 1-0
Arizona 0-1 at Los Angeles 2-0
San Diego 0-1 at San Francisco 1-0

OAKLAND ATHLETICS (2-0) AT SEATTLE MARINERS (0-2)
MATCHUPS
SP Mark Mulder vs Joel Piniero Advantage Oakland
C Ramon J Hernandez vs Dan Wilson Advantage Push
1B Jason Giambi vs John Olerud Advantage Oakland
2B Frank Menechino vs Bret Boone Advantage Seattle
3B Eric Chavez vs David Bell Advantage Push
SS Miguel Tejada vs Carlos Guillen Advantage Oakland
LF Jeremy Giambi vs Mark T McLemore Advantage Push
CF Johnny Damon vs Mike Cameron Advantage Seattle
RF Terrence Long vs Ichiro Suzuki Advantage Seattle
DH Mark Bellhorn vs Edgar Martinez Advantage Seattle
Overall Advantage Seattle

In the bottom of the first, Olerud hit an RBI single to give the Mariners their first lead of the season. A walk loaded the bases with two out. Guillen flew to center to end the inning.

In the top of the third, Chavez tied the game with a run-scoring single. A walk loaded the bases with two out. Tejada popped out to third to retire the side.

In the bottom of the third, Long threw Cameron out at home as he tried to score from second on a Bell single.

After three: Oakland 1 Seattle 1.

Nothing of note happened in the middle innings.

After six: Oakland 1 Seattle 1.

Arthur Rhodes took the mound for the Mariners in the top of the eighth.

Chad Bradford took the mound for the Athletics in the bottom of the eighth. Bell put the Mariners back in front with an RBI double. With runners at second and third and one out, Jeff Tan took the mound for the Athletics. McLemore brought Guillen home with a sacrifice fly.

Kazuhiro Sasaki took the mound for the Mariners in the top of the ninth. With a runner at second and two out, Sasaki struck Jeremy Giambi out to end the game.

The Mariners got 11 hits in the win.

Final score: Seattle 3 Oakland 1.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Joel Piniero 7.0 IP, 6 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 6 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Boston 4 Baltimore 1
New York 4 Kansas City 3
Tampa Bay 6 Toronto 4
Cleveland 8 Chicago 7 10 innings
Anaheim 10 Texas 5

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 6 Montreal 5 11 innings
Philadelphia 4 Florida 2
Pittsburgh 7 Cincinnati 4
Atlanta 5 New York 4
Milwaukee 4 Houston 1
St Louis 7 Colorado 4
Arizona 7 Los Angeles 4
San Francisco 7 San Diego 5

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Lee Stevens Montreal Expos 2 for 3, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 2 R, 2 BB

2. Sidney Ponson Baltimore Orioles 8.0 IP, 5 H, 2 ER, 3 BB. 12 K

3. Tim Salmon Anaheim Angels 3 for 4, HR, 2 RBI, 2 R, BB

A wayward cat made its way onto the field in the third inning of the game between the Montreal Expos and the Chicago Cubs.

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APRIL 5, 2001
The Mariners had the day off.

Milwaukee Brewers SP Jeff D'Amico will miss the next four months due to a ruptured tendon in his finger.

The Atlanta Braves signed free agent 1B Mo Vaughn to a 1-year contract worth $1,520,000.

STANDINGS
AMERICAN LE3
EAST
Tampa Bay 2-0
New York 2-0
Boston 1-1
Baltimore 1-1
Toronto 1-2

CENTRAL
Cleveland 2-0
Detroit 1-0
Minnesota 0-1
Kansas City 0-2
Chicago 0-2

WEST
Oakland 2-1
Anaheim 1-1
Texas 1-2
Seattle 1-2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
EAST
Atlanta 3-0
Philadelphia 2-1
Montreal 1-1
Florida 1-2
New York 0-2

CENTRAL
Milwaukee 2-1
Pittsburgh 1-1
St Louis 1-1
Chicago 1-1
Cincinnati 1-2
Houston 0-2

WEST
San Francisco 2-0
Los Angeles 2-1
Colorado 1-1
Arizona 1-1
San Diego 0-2

SEATTLE MARINERS TEAM LEADERS
BATTING AVERAGE
Edgar Martinez .500
Mike Cameron .429
David Bell .400

HOME RUNS
Edgar Martinez 1

RBI
Edgar Martinez 2
Six tied with 1

ERA
Freddy Garcia and Joel Piniero 1.29
Brett Tomko 4.50

WINS
Arthur Rhodes 1

STRIKEOUTS
Joel Piniero 6
Aaron Sele 5
Two tied at 4

SEATTLE MARINERS TEAM STATS AND AL RANK
Runs scored 8 t-8th
Batting average .250 t-8th
OBP .295 9th
OPS .629 10th
Batting WAR 0.1 9th
wOBA .276 9th
Home Runs 1 t-10th
Stolen Bases 0 t-8th
Runs against 10 t-10th
Starters ERA 3.32 9th
Bullpen ERA 2.25 7th
FIP 3.57 5th
Pitching WAR 0.5 2nd
Strikeouts 22 1st
Defensive efficiency .753 2nd
Zone Rating +1.8 1st
Errors 1 t-2nd

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 0-2 at New York 2-0
Minnesota 0-1 at Detroit 1-0
Boston 1-1 at Baltimore 1-1
Toronto 1-2 at Tampa Bay 2-0
Anaheim 1-1 at Texas 1-2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Montreal 1-1 at Chicago 1-1
St Louis 1-1 at Colorado 1-1
Pittsburgh 1-1 at Cincinnati 1-2
New York 0-2 at Atlanta 3-0
Milwaukee 2-1 at Houston 0-2
Arizona 1-1 at Los Angeles 2-1
San Diego 0-2 at San Francisco 2-0

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 2 New York 1
Minnesota 3 Detroit 2
Boston 12 Baltimore 1
Tampa Bay 6 Toronto 5
Anaheim 9 Texas 5

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 10 Montreal 9 12 innings
Colorado 17 St Louis 4
Cincinnati 12 Pittsburgh 11 12 innings
New York 9 Atlanta 3
Houston 8 Milwaukee 7 13 innings
Arizona 10 Los Angeles 1
San Francisco 12 San Diego 3

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Reggie L Sanders Arizona Diamondbacks 3 for 5, 2 HR, 6 RBI, 3 R, BB

2. Larry Walker Colorado Rockies 4 for 6, 2B, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 3 R

3. Eric Young Sr Chicago Cubs 6 for 7, 3 2B, 3 RBI, 2 R

Bill R Mueller of the Chicago Cubs had a 5-hit game.

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APRIL 6, 2001
The Mariners go on the road for the first time this season as they travel to Texas to face the Rangers. This begins a nine game road trip for the Mariners.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Tampa Bay 3-0 at Boston 2-1
Minnesota 1-1 at Kansas City 1-2
Detroit 1-1 at Chicago 0-2
Baltimore 1-2 at Cleveland 2-0
Toronto 1-3 at New York 2-1
Anaheim 2-1 at Oakland 2-1

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 2-1 at Philadelphia 2-1
New York 1-2 at Montreal 1-2
Atlanta 3-1 at Florida 1-2
Cincinnati 2-2 at Milwaukee 2-2
Pittsburgh 1-2 at Houston 1-2
San Diego 0-3 at Colorado 2-1
St Louis 1-2 at Arizona 2-1
San Francisco 3-0 at Los Angeles 2-2

SEATTLE MARINERS (1-2) AT TEXAS RANGERS (1-3)
MATCHUPS
SP John Halama vs Kenny RogersAdvantage Texas
C Dan Wilson vs Ivan Rodriguez Advantage Texas
1B John Olerud vs Rafael Palmeiro Advantage Push
2B Bret Boone vs Randy Velarde Advantage Seattle
3B David Bell vs Ken Caminiti Advantage Seattle
SS Carlos Guillen vs Alex Rodriguez Advantage Texas
LF Mark T McLemore vs Frank Catalanotto Advantage Texas
CF Mike Cameron vs Gabe Kapler Advantage Seattle
RF Ichiro Suzuki vs Ruben Sierra Advantage Seattle
DH Edgar Martinez vs Andres Galarraga Advantage Seattle
Overall Advantage Push

In the top of the first, Catalanotto threw Suzuki out at home as he tried to score from third on a Boone fly out.

In the bottom of the first, Ivan Rodriguez hit a two run homer.

In the bottom of the third, Palmeiro hit a solo home run.

After three: Texas 3 Seattle 0.

In the top of the fourth, the Mariners loaded the bases with one out. Bell put the Mariners on the board with an RBI single. Wilson went down on strikes for the second out. McLemore grounded to second to retire the side.

In the top of the sixth, a Bell sacrifice fly brought Cameron home to make it a one run game.

Ryan Franklin took the mound for the Mariners in the bottom of the sixth.

After six: Texas 3 Seattle 2.

In the top of the seventh, with a runner on second and one out, Tim Crabtree took the mound for the Rangers. Martinez tied the game with an RBI single. An intentional walk loaded the baseswith one out. Cameron flew to center for the second out. Guillen flew to center to retire the side.

In the bottom of the eighth, with runners at first and second and nobody out, Arthur Rhodes took the mound for the Mariners and got out of the jam.

In the top of the ninth, with a runner on first and one out, Jeff Zimmerman took the mound for the Rangers and he kept the score tied.

In the bottom of the ninth, Caminiti hit a solo shot with one out to give the Rangers the walk off win.

The two teams combined for 21 hits in the contest.

Final score: Texas 4 Seattle 3.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Rafael Palmeiro 2 for 3, HR, 2 RBI, R

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Tampa Bay 4 Boston 3
Kansas City 10 Minnesota 4
Chicago 8 Detroit 2
Baltimore 8 Cleveland 6
New York 5 Toronto 0
Anaheim 3 Oakland 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 3 Philadelphia 1
Montreal 4 New York 2
Florida 4 Atlanta 1
Milwaukee 7 Cincinnati 6
Houston 13 Pittsburgh 6
San Diego 13 Colorado 12
St Louis 6 Arizona 3
Los Angeles 6 San Francisco 5 14 innings

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Ryan Klesko San Diego Padres 4 for 4, 2B, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 4 R, BB

2. Mark Quinn Kansas City Royals 2 for 5, 2 HR, 6 RBI, 2 R

3. Mike Sweeney 4 for 5, 2B, HR, 2 RBI, 3 R

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APRIL 7, 2001
Tonight is the second game in the series in Texas between the Mariners and the Rangers.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 2-2 at Cleveland 2-1
Toronto 1-4 at New York 3-1
Detroit 1-2 at Chicago 1-2
Minnesota 1-2 at Kansas City 2-2
Anaheim 3-1 at Oakland 2-2
Tampa Bay 4-0 at Boston 2-2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 1-3 at Montreal 2-2
Chicago 3-1 at Philadelphia 2-2
Pittsburgh 1-3 at Houston 2-2
Cincinnati 2-3 at Milwaukee 3-2
San Diego 1-3 at Colorado 2-2
St Louis 2-2 at Arizona 2-2
Atlanta 3-2 at Florida 2-2
San Francisco 3-1 at Los Angeles 3-2

SEATTLE MARINERS (1-3) AT TEXAS RANGERS (2-3)
MATCHUPS
SP Freddy Garcia vs Joaquin Benoit Advantage Seattle
C Dan Wilson vs Ivan Rodriguez Advantage Texas
1B John Olerud vs Rafael Palmeiro Advantage Push
2B Bret Boone vs Randy Velarde Advantage Seattle
3B David Bell vs Ken Caminiti Advantage Seattle
SS Carlos Guillen vs Alex Rodriguez Advantage Texas
LF Mark T McLemore vs Frank Catalanotto Advantage Texas
CF Mike Cameron vs Gabe Kapler Advantage Seattle
RF Ichiro Suzuki vs Ruben Sierra Advantage Seattle
DH Edgar Martinez vs Andres Galarraga Advantage Seattle
Overall Advantage Seattle

In the bottom of the first, Alex Rodriguez hit a solo home run.

In the bottom of the second, Kapler hit a solo home run.

After three: Texas 2 Seattle 0.

Palmeiro led off the bottom of the fourth with a home run.

In the top of the fifth, the Mariners loaded the bases with nobody out. McLemore scored when Boone grounded into the 5-4-3.

In the top of the sixth, Francisco Cordero took the mound for the Rangers. Two singles later, Mark Petkovsek took the mound for the Rangers. One out later, McLemore tied the game with a two run single. Catalanotto threw McLemore out at home as he tried to score from second on a Suzuki single.

In the bottom of the sixth, the Rangers loaded the bases with two out. Caminiti struck out to end the inning.

After six: Seattle 3 Texas 3.

Jeff Nelson took the mound for the Mariners in the bottom of the seventh.

With one out in the top of the eighth, Mike Venafro took the mound for the Rangers.

In the bottom of the ninth, with a runner on first and nobody out, Jamie Moyer took the mound for the Mariners. The Rangers loaded the bases with one out. Alex Rodriguez grounded into the 3-2 fielder's choice for the second out. Ivan Rodriguez flew out to center to end the inning.

After nine: Seattle 3 Texas 3.

Jeff Zimmerman took the mound for the Rangers in the top of the tenth.

Kazuhiro Sasaki took the mound for the Mariners in the bottom of the tenth.

In the top of the twelfth, Danny Kolb took the mound for the Rangers. Olerud gave the Mariners their first lead of this series with a two run homer.

Arthur Rhodes took the mound for the Mariners in the bottom of the twelfth. Three outs later, the Mariners had their first come-from-behind victory of the season.

The Mariners had 13 hits in the contest. Five Mariners pitchers combined to record 14 strikeouts.

Final score: Seattle 5 Texas 3 12 innings.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Freddy Garcia 6.0 IP, 5 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 3 BB, 8 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 2 Cleveland 1
New York 4 Toronto 2
Chicago 5 Detroit 2
Minnesota 9 Kansas City 5
Oakland 13 Anaheim 3
Boston 9 Tampa Bay 1

NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 4 Montreal 2
Chicago 5 Philadelphia 3 10 innings
Houston 8 Pittsburgh 2
Milwaukee 9 Cincinnati 1
San Diego 5 Colorado 0
Arizona 6 St Louis 1
Florida 10 Atlanta 6
San Francisco 9 Los Angeles 6

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Woody Williams San Diego Padres 9.0 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 10 K, W

2. Johnny Damon Oakland Athletics 3 for 5, 3B, HR, 2 RBI, 5 R

3. Pedro J Martinez Boston Red Sox 7.2 IP, 4 H, 1 ER, 0 BB, 14 K, W

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APRIL 8, 2001
Today is the rubber match in the series in Texas between the Mariners and the Rangers. The home run or bust Rangers have hit 6 home runs in this series but only scored 7 total runs.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 3-2 at Cleveland 2-2
Toronto 1-5 at New York 4-1
Tampa Bay 4-1 at Boston 3-2
Minnesota 2-2 at Kansas City 2-3
Detroit 1-3 at Chicago 2-2
Anaheim 3-2 at Oakland 3-2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 2-3 at Montreal 2-3
Atlanta 3-3 at Florida 3-2
Chicago 4-1 at Philadelphia 2-3
Cincinnati 2-4 at Milwaukee 4-2
Pittsburgh 1-4 at Houston 3-2
San Diego 2-3 at Colorado 2-3
St Louis 2-3 at Arizona 3-2
San Francisco 4-1 at Los Angeles 3-3

SEATTLE MARINERS (2-3) AT TEXAS RANGERS (2-4)
MATCHUPS
SP Aaron Sele vs Rick Helling Advantage Seattle
C Dan Wilson vs Doug Mirabelli Advantage Push
1B John Olerud vs Rafael Palmeiro Advantage Push
2B Bret Boone vs Randy Velarde Advantage Seattle
3B David Bell vs Ken Caminiti Advantage Seattle
SS Carlos Guillen vs Alex Rodriguez Advantage Texas
LF Mark T McLemore vs Frank Catalanotto Advantage Texas
CF Mike Cameron vs Gabe Kapler Advantage Seattle
RF Ichiro Suzuki vs Ruben Sierra Advantage Seattle
DH Edgar Martinez vs Andres Galarraga Advantage Seattle
Overall Advantage Seattle

In the top of the first, Boone put the Mariners on the board with an RBI single. Olerud brought Boone with a single.

After three: Seattle 2 Texas 0.

In the top of the sixth, Cameron added to the Mariners lead with an RBI double. With a runner on second and one out, Danny Kolb took the mound for the Rangers. Guillen brought Cameron home with a double. Wilson scored Guillen with a single.

After six: Seattle 5 Texas 0.

After a leadoff double in the top of the seventh, Tim Crabtree took the mound for the Rangers. And he prevented the Mariners from adding to their lead.

In the top of the ninth, with a runner on second and two out, Mike Venafro took the mound for the Rangers and got a ground out to retire the side.

In the bottom of the ninth, with runners at second and third and nobody out, Brett Tomko took the mound for the Mariners. Catalanotto scored when Palmeiro grounded to first. Rodriguez scored when Galarraga grounded to third. With a runner on first and two out, Kazuhiro Sasaki took the mound for the Mariners and struck out Kapler to end the game.

The Mariners tallied 13 hits in the win. Four Rangers pitcherscombined to strike out 10.

Final score: Seattle 5 Texas 2.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Aaron Sele 8.0 IP, 5 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 1 BB, 5 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 4 Cleveland 1
Toronto 3 New York 1
Tampa Bay 7 Boston 1
Minnesota 8 Kansas City 1
Detroit 9 Chicago 3
Oakland 7 Anaheim 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 9 Montreal 5
Florida 11 Atlanta 0
Philadelphia 3 Chicago 2
Milwaukee 5 Cincinnati 0
Houston 7 Pittsburgh 4
Colorado 12 San Diego 8
Arizona 7 St Louis 4
Los Angeles 5 San Francisco 2

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Phil Nevin San Diego Padres 4 for 4, HR, 2 RBI, 3 R, 2 BB

2. Ben Sheets Milwaukee Brewers 9.0 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 5 K, W

3. Charles Johnson Florida Marlins 3 for 5, 2B, HR, 6 RBI, R

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No 20 game winner in the rotation?

Jamie Moyer won 20 games for the 2001 Mariners. Why is he not in the starting rotation? I guess it probably has something to do with Joel Pinero's injury in 2001, maybe?
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APRIL 9, 2001
The Mariners had the day off.

AL Player of the Week: RF Matt Lawton Minnesota Twins

NL Player of the Week: 1B Todd Helton Colorado Rockies

Atlanta Braves 2B Keith Lockhart announced that he will retire at the end of the season.

WEEKLY POWER RANKINGS
1. Tampa Bay Devil Rays
2. Milwaukee Brewers
3. Houston Astros
4. Baltimore Orioles
5. Florida Marlins
6. Arizona Diamondbacks
7. Oakland Athletics
8. Chicago Cubs
9. New York Yankees
10. San Francisco Giants
11. Minnesota Twins
12. Los Angeles Dodgers
13. New York Mets
14. Seattle Mariners
15. Colorado Rockies
16. Philadelphia Phillies
17. Boston Red Sox
18. Anaheim Angels
19. Atlanta Braves
20. Detroit Tigers
21. Chicago White Sox
22. Cleveland Indians
23. San Diego Padres
24. Kansas City Royals
25. Montreal Expos
26. St Louis Cardinals
27. Toronto Blue Jays
28. Texas Rangers
29. Cincinnati Reds
30. Pittsburgh Pirates

STANDINGS
AMERICAN LEAGUE
EAST
Tampa Bay 5-1
New York 4-2
Baltimore 4-2
Boston 3-3
Toronto 2-5

CENTRAL
Minnesota 3-2
Cleveland 2-3
Chicago 2-3
Detroit 2-3
Kansas City 2-4

WEST
Oakland 4-2
Seattle 3-3
Anaheim 3-3
Texas 2-5

NATIONAL LEAGUE
EAST
Florida 4-2
Philadelphia 3-3
New York 3-3
Atlanta 3-4
Montreal 2-4

CENTRAL
Milwaukee 5-2
Houston 4-2
Chicago 4-2
St Louis 2-4
Cincinnati 2-5
Pittsburgh 1-5

WEST
San Francisco 4-2
Arizona 4-2
Los Angeles 4-3
Colorado 3-3
San Diego 2-4

SEATTLE MARINERS TEAM LEADERS
BATTING AVERAGE
David Bell .455
Edgar Martinez .381
Two tied at .333

HOME RUNS
Edgar Martinez and John Olerud 1

RBI
John Olerud 4
Three tied with 3

ERA
Joel Piniero 1.29
Freddy Garcia 2.77
Aaron Sele 4.85

WINS
Arthur Rhodes, Kazuhiro Sasaki and Aaron Sele 1

STRIKEOUTS
Freddy Garcia 12
Aaron Sele 10
Joel Piniero 6

SEATTLE MARINERS TEAM STATS AND AL RANK
Runs scored 21 t-11th
Batting average .286 3rd
OBP .346 2nd
OPS .717 7th
Batting WAR 0.9 4th
wOBA .316 7th
Home Runs 2 14th
Stolen Bases 8 2nd
Runs against 19 4th
Starters ERA 3.55 5th
Bullpen ERA 1.47 1st
FIP 4.68 8th
Pitching WAR 0.6 8th
Strikeouts 45 4th
Defensive efficiency .762 1st
Zone Rating +4.7 1st
Errors 1 t-1st

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Tampa Bay 5-1 at Toronto 2-5
Cleveland 2-3 at Chicago 2-3
New York 4-2 at Kansas City 2-4
Detroit 2-3 at Minnesota 3-2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Atlanta 3-4 at New York 3-3
Cincinnati 2-5 at Pittsburgh 1-5
Colorado 3-3 at St Louis 2-4
Chicago 4-2 at Montreal 2-4
Florida 4-2 at Philadelphia 3-3

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Tampa Bay 9 Toronto 6
Cleveland 7 Chicago 4
Kansas City 7 New York 3
Minnesota 5 Detroit 4

NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 4 Atlanta 0
Pittsburgh 3 Cincinnati 0
St Louis 10 Colorado 0
Chicago 4 Montreal 2
Philadelphia 6 Florida 1

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Ben Grieve Tampa Bay Devil Rays 4 for 4, HR, 4 RBI, 2 R, BB

2. Jim Edmonds St Louis Cardinals 2 for 3, 2 2B, 4 RBI, 4 R, 3 BB

3. Ray Lankford St Louis Cardinals 3 for 4, 2B, 5 RBI, 2 R, BB

Rick Reed of the New York Mets and Darryl Kile of the St Louis Cardinals each pitched a complete game shutout.

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APRIL 10, 2001
The Mariners resumed their road trip with a three game series in Oakland against the Athletics. The Mariners are currently 2-1 on the road trip. The Athletics lead the season series 2-1.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 4-2 at Boston 3-3
Tampa Bay 6-1 at Toronto 2-6
Detroit 2-4 at Minnesota 4-2
New York 4-3 at Kansas City 3-4
Cleveland 3-3 at Chicago 2-4
Texas 2-5 at Anaheim 3-3

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 5-2 at Montreal 2-5
Florida 4-3 at Philadelphia 4-3
Houston 4-2 at Milwaukee 5-2
Los Angeles 4-3 at Arizona 4-2
San Francisco 4-2 at San Diego 2-4

SEATTLE MARINERS (3-3) AT OAKLAND ATHLETICS (4-2)
MATCHUPS
SP John Halama vs Mark Mulder Advantage Oakland
C Dan Wilson vs Ramon J Hernandez Advantage Push
1B John Olerud vs Jason Giambi Advantage Oakland
2B Bret Boone vs Frank Menechino Advantage Seattle
3B David Bell vs Eric Chavez Advantage Push
SS Carlos Guillen vs Miguel Tejada Advantage Oakland
LF Mark T McLemore vs Jeremy Giambi Advantage Push
CF Mike Cameron vs Johnny Damon Advantage Seattle
RF Ichiro Suzuki vs Terrence Long Advantage Seattle
DH Edgar Martinez vs Olmedo Saenz Advantage Seattle
Overall Advantage Seattle

In the top of the first, Martinez put the Mariners on the board with a sacrifice fly.

In the top of the third, Boone picked up an RBI double.

After three: Seattle 2 Oakland 0.

In the bottom of the fourth, Jason Giambi put the Athletics on the board with an RBI single.

After six: Seattle 2 Oakland 1.

In the top of the seventh, the Mariners loaded the bases with one out. Jeff Tam took the mound for the Athletics. Martinez flew to right for the second out. Boone struck out to retire the side.

In the bottom of the eighth, with a runner on first and one out, Arthur Rhodes took the mound for the Mariners. A 4-6-3 ended the inning.

Jason Isringhausen took the mound for the Athletics in the top of the ninth.

Kazuhiro Sasaki took the mound for the Mariners in the bottom of the ninth. Tejada tied the game with a two out RBI single. Chavez followed with a double that scored Tejada from first with the winning run.

Final score: Oakland 3 Seattle 2.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
John Halama 7.1 IP, 6 H, 1 R. 1 ER, 1 BB, 4 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 2 Boston 1
Tampa Bay 5 Toronto 2
Minnesota 5 Detroit 4 11 innings
New York 7 Kansas City 4
Chicago 10 Cleveland 5
Anaheim 2 Texas 1

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 6 Montreal 1
Philadelphia 10 Florida 9 10 innings
Houston 6 Milwaukee 3
Arizona 2 Los Angeles 0
San Diego 8 San Francisco 6

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Curt Schilling 8.0 IP, 7 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 13 K, W

2. Travis Lee Philadelphia Phillies 3 for 4, 2 2B, HR, 2 RBI, 3 R, BB

3. Sidney Ponson Baltimore Orioles 8.0 IP, 3 H, 1 ER, 2 BB, 7 K, W

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APRIL 11, 2001
Tonight is the second game in the series in Oakland between the Mariners and the Athletics. After four games between these two teams, the Mariners are averaging just 2.5 runs per game against the Athletics.

The Arizona Diamondbacks signed free agent SP Kris Benson to a 1-year contract worth $520,000.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York 5-3 at Kansas City 3-5
Cleveland 3-4 at Chicago 3-4
Baltimore 5-2 at Boston 3-4
Tampa Bay 7-1 at Toronto 2-7
Detroit 2-5 at Minnesota 5-2
Texas 2-6 at Anaheim 4-3

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 6-2 at Montreal 2-6
Atlanta 3-5 at New York 4-3
Florida 4-4 at Philadelphia 5-3
Cincinnati 2-6 at Pittsburgh 2-5
Colorado 3-4 at St Louis 3-4
Houston 5-2 at Milwaukee 5-3
San Francisco 4-3 at San Diego 3-4
Los Angeles 4-4 at Arizona 5-2

SEATTLE MARINERS (3-4) AT OAKLAND ATHLETICS (5-2)
MATCHUPS
SP Jamie Moyer vs Cory Lidle Advantage Push
C Dan Wilson vs Ramon J Hernandez Advantage Push
1B John Olerud vs Jason Giambi Advantage Oakland
2B Bret Boone vs Frank Menechino Advantage Seattle
3B David Bell vs Eric Chavez Advantage Push
SS Carlos Guillen vs Miguel Tejada Advantage Oakland
LF Mark T McLemore vs Jeremy Giambi Advantage Push
CF Mike Cameron vs Johnny Damon Advantage Seattle
RF Ichiro Suzuki vs Terrence Long Advantage Seattle
DH Edgar Martinez vs Mark Bellhorn Advantage Seattle
Overall Advantage Seattle

McLemore led off the game with a home run.

In the top of the second, Bell beat out the 3-6-1 and Cameron scored from third.

Moyer had a no-hitter through three.

After three: Seattle 2 Oakland 0.

Bellhorn led off the top of the fourth with a double for the Athletics first hit of the game. But he would be stranded at third.

In the top of the fifth, Suzuki beat out the 6-4-3 to allow Wilson to score from third.

In the bottom of the fifth, Damon put the Athletics on the board with an RBI single.

In the bottom of the sixth, Menechino hit an RBI double to make it a one run game.

After six: Seattle 3 Oakland 2.

Jeff Nelson took the mound for the Mariners in the bottom of the seventh.

Chad Bradford took the mound for the Athletics in the top of the eighth.

In the bottom of the eighth, with runners at first and second and two out, Arthur Rhodes took the mound for the Mariners. Menechino tied the game with an RBI double. Long gave the Athletics the lead with a two run single.

Jason Isringhausen took the mound for the Athletics in the top of the ninth. A 5-4-3 ended any chance for the Mariners to make a comeback.

Final score: Oakland 5 Seattle 3.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Cory Lidle 7.0 IP, 6 H, 3 R, 2 ER, 0 BB, 4 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 4 New York 3
Cleveland 4 Chicago 3 11 innings
Boston 4 Baltimore 3 10 innings
Toronto 7 Tampa Bay 0
Minnesota 8 Detroit 4
Anaheim 10 Texas 4

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 9 Montreal 1
New York 7 Atlanta 1
Philadelphia 9 Florida 2
Pittsburgh 9 Cincinnati 3
Colorado 6 St Louis 2
Milwaukee 4 Houston 1
San Francisco 7 San Diego 4
Arizona 8 Los Angeles 0

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Roy Halladay Toronto Blue Jays 9.0 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 7 K, W

2. Kris Benson Arizona Diamondbacks 9.0 IP, 6 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 5 K, W

3. Julian Tavarez Chicago Cubs 9.0 IP, 4 H, 1 ER, 3 BB, 3 K, W

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APRIL 12, 2001
Today, the Mariners try to avoid being swept by the Athletics in their series in Oakland. In the first two games of the series, the Mariners blew ninth inning and eighth inning leads respectively. The Athletics have won four straight.

The Cleveland Indians signed 1B Jim Thome to a 4-year contract extension worth $54,800,000.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 5-3 at Boston 4-4
Kansas City 4-5 at Toronto 3-7
Cleveland 4-4 at Detroit 2-6
Texas 2-7 at Anaheim 5-3

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Houston 5-3 at Milwaukee 6-3
Colorado 4-4 at St Louis 3-5
San Francisco 5-3 at San Diego 3-5
Atlanta 3-6 at New York 5-3
Cincinnati 2-7 at Pittsburgh 3-5
Los Angeles 4-5 at Arizona 6-2

SEATTLE MARINERS (3-5) AT OAKLAND ATHLETICS (6-2)
MATCHUPS
SP Freddy Garcia vs Barry Zito Advantage Push
C Dan Wilson vs Ramon J Hernandez Advantage Push
1B John Olerud vs Jason Giambi Advantage Oakland
2B Bret Boone vs Frank Menechino Advantage Seattle
3B David Bell vs Eric Chavez Advantage Push
SS Carlos Guillen vs Miguel Tejada Advantage Oakland
LF Mark T McLemore vs Jeremy Giambi Advantage Push
CF Mike Cameron vs Johnny Damon Advantage Seattle
RF Ichiro Suzuki vs Terrence Long Advantage Seattle
DH Edgar Martinez vs Olmedo Saenz Advantage Seattle
Overall Advantage Seattle

In the bottom of the third, Damon put the Athletics on the board with an RBI double. One out later, Jason Giambi brought Damon home with a sacrifice fly.

After three: Oakland 2 Seattle 0.

In the top of the fourth, Boone put the Mariners on the board with an RBI double.

In the bottom of the fifth, the Mariners committed two errors and Tejada made them pay with a three run homer.

Joel Piniero took the mound for the Mariners in the bottom of the sixth.

After six: Oakland 5 Seattle 1.

In the top of the eighth, with a runner on first and two out, Jeff Tam took the mound for the Athletics.

In the top of the ninth, with runners at second and third and one out, Chad Bradford took the mound for the Athletics. Bell brought Cameron home with a sacrifice fly. Wilson then struck out to end the game as the Athletics completed the sweep.

After the loss, it was reported that Joel Piniero and Aaron Sele got into an argument in the visitor's bullpen.

Final score: Oakland 5 Seattle 2.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Barry Zito 7.2 IP, 5 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 8 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore 1 Boston 0
Kansas City 14 Toronto 0
Cleveland 9 Detroit 0
Anaheim 5 Texas 4

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Houston 10 Milwaukee 1
Colorado 8 St Louis 4
San Diego 6 San Francisco 4
Atlanta 7 New York 2
Pittsburgh 8 Cincinnati 7
Arizona 4 Los Angeles 2

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Ken Griffey Jr Cincinnati Reds 4 for 5, 2B, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 2 R

2. Pedro J Martinez Boston Red Sox 8.0 IP, 5 H, 1 ER, 0 BB, 13 K

3. Brian S Giles Pittsburgh Pirates 2 for 5, 2 HR, 5 RBI, 2 R



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APRIL 13, 2001
The Mariners will conclude this road trip with a threegame weekend series in Anaheim against the Angels that begins on Friday the 13th. The Mariners are currently 2-4 on this road trip and have lost three straight. The Angels have won three straight.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 5-5 at Toronto 3-8
New York 5-4 at Boston 4-5
Tampa Bay 7-2 at Baltimore 6-3
Cleveland 5-4 at Detroit 2-7
Chicago 3-5 at Minnesota 6-2
Texas 2-8 at Oakland 7-2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburgh 4-5 at Chicago 7-2
Philadelphia 6-3 at Atlanta 4-6
Florida 4-5 at Montreal 7-2
Cincinnati 2-8 at New York 5-4
San Francisco 5-4 at Milwaukee 6-4
Houston 6-3 at St Louis 3-6
Arizona 7-2 at Colorado 5-4
Los Angeles 4-6 at San Diego 4-5

SEATTLE MARINERS (3-6) AT ANAHEIM ANGELS (6-3)
MATCHUPS
SP Aaron Sele vs Jarrod Washburn Advantage Seattle
C Dan Wilson vs Bengie Molina Advantage Push
1B John Olerud vs Scott Spiezio Advantage Seattle
2B Bret Boone vs Adam Kennedy Advantage Seattle
3B David Bell vs Troy Glaus Advantage Push
SS Carlos Guillen vs David Eckstein Advantage Push
LF Mark T McLemore vs Garret Anderson Advantage Push
CF Mike Cameron vs Darin Erstad Advantage Seattle
RF Ichiro Suzuki vs Tim Salmon Advantage Push
DH Edgar Martinez vs Benji Gil Advantage Seattle
Overall Advantage Seattle

In the bottom of the first, Glaus put the Angels on the board with an RBI single. Cameron threw Anderson out at home as he was trying to score from second on a Salmon single. A walk loaded the bases with two out. Kennedy grounded to second to end the inning.

Erstad led off the bottom of the third with a homer.

After three: Anaheim 2 Seattle 0.

Martinez led off the top of the sixth with a home run.

In the bottom of the sixth, Spiezio hit an RBI double. An intentional walk loaded the bases with nobody out. Molina brought two in with a single.

After six: Anaheim 5 Seattle 1.

In the top of the seventh, McLemore hit an RBI single.

Ryan Franklin took the mound for the Mariners in the bottom of the seventh.

Ben Weber took the mound for the Angels in the top of the eighth.

Troy Percival took the mound for the Angels in the top of the ninth. A 6-4-3 ended the game.

The Angels got 10 hits in the victory.

Final score: Anaheim 5 Seattle 2.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Jarrod Washburn 7.0 IP, 7 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 3 BB, 6 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 3 Toronto 1
New York 3 Boston 1
Tampa Bay 8 Baltimore 1
Cleveland 7 Detroit 1
Minnesota 4 Chicago 0
Oakland 4 Texas 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 3 Pittsburgh 1
Atlanta 3 Philadelphia 1
Florida 3 Montreal 2
Cincinnati 9 New York 4
San Francisco 5 Milwaukee 2
Houston 6 St Louis 5 11 innings
Arizona 11 Colorado 1
San Diego 10 Los Angeles 2

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Luis Gonzalez Arizona Diamondbacks 2 for 4, HR, 5 RBI, 2 R, 2 BB

2. Randy D Johnson Arizona Diamondbacks 9.0 IP, 3 H, 1 ER, 2 BB, 8 K, W

3. Craig Biggio Houston Astros 2 for 4, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 2 R, BB

San Francisco Giants LF Barry Bonds hit his 500th career home run.

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APRIL 14, 2001
Tonight is the second game in the series in Anaheim between the Mariners and the Angels. The Mariners have lost four straight. The Angels have won four straight. The Mariners have been held to three runs or less in seven of their first ten games this season.

Pittsburgh Pirates RP Terry Mulholland announced that he will retire at the end of the season.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 6-4 at Detroit 2-8
New York 6-4 at Boston 4-6
Kansas City 6-5 at Toronto 3-9
Tampa Bay 8-2 at Baltimore 6-4
Texas 2-9 at Oakland 8-2
Chicago 3-6 at Minnesota 7-2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cincinnati 3-8 at New York 5-5
Pittsburgh 4-6 at Chicago 8-2
Houston 7-3 at St Louis 3-7
Arizona 8-2 at Colorado 5-5
Florida 5-5 at Montreal 2-8
Philadelphia 6-4 at Atlanta 5-6
San Francisco 6-4 at Milwaukee 6-5
Los Angeles 4-7 at San Diego 5-5

SEATTLE MARINERS (3-7) AT ANAHEIM ANGELS (7-3)
MATCHUPS
SP Brett Tomko vs Matt Wise Advantage Push
C Dan Wilson vs Bengie Molina Advantage Push
1B John Olerud vs Scott Spiezio Advantage Seattle
2B Bret Boone vs Adam Kennedy Advantage Seattle
3B David Bell vs Troy Glaus Advantage Push
SS Carlos Guillen vs David Eckstein Advantage Push
LF Mark T McLemore vs Garret Anderson Advantage Push
CF Mike Cameron vs Darin Erstad Advantage Seattle
RF Ichiro Suzuki vs Tim Salmon Advantage Push
DH Edgar Martinez vs Orlando Palmeiro Advantage Seattle
Overall Advantage Seattle

In the top of the first, McLemore scored from third on Martinez 3-1 ground out.

In the bottom of the second, Kennedy tied the game with a sacrifice fly.

In the top of the third, Olerud put the Mariners back in front with a two run homer. Boone made it back-to-back blasts for the Mariners. Bell added an RBI double.

After three: Seattle 5 Anaheim 1.

In the top of the fourth, Olerud added an RBI single to his day.

Shigetoshi Hasegawa took the mound for the Angels in the top of the sixth. Martinez picked up an RBI double. Olerud followed with his own RBI double.

In the bottom of the sixth, Salmon hit a solo home run.

After six: Seattle 8 Anaheim 2.

With one out in the top of the seventh, Oscar Henriquez took the mound for the Angels.

Paul Abbott took the mound for the Mariners in the bottom of the seventh.

In the top of the ninth, the Mariners loaded the bases with two out. Mike Holtz took the mound for the Angels. McLemore hit a run-scoring single. Pinch hitter Stan Javier struck out to retire the side.

The Mariners out hit the Angels 15-5 in the contest.

Final score: Seattle 9 Anaheim 2.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
John Olerud 3 for 4, 2B, HR, 4 RBI, R, BB

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 8 Detroit 5 10 innings
New York 7 Boston 1
Kansas City 13 Toronto 6
Baltimore 4 Tampa Bay 2
Oakland 5 Texas 1
Minnesota 9 Chicago 6

NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 5 Cincinnati 1
Chicago 2 Pittsburgh 0
St Louis 7 Houston 2
Colorado 5 Arizona 1
Florida 9 Montreal 3
Atlanta 4 Philadelphia 0
San Francisco 7 Milwaukee 2
San Diego 5 Los Angeles 1

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Mark Quinn Kansas City Royals 4 for 6, 2B, HR, 4 RBI, 3 R

2. Gregg Zaun Kansas City Royals 4 for 4, 2 2B, 3 RBI, 2 R

3. John Olerud Seattle Mariners 3 for 4, 2B, HR, 4 RBI, R, BB

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APRIL 15, 2001
Today is the rubber match in Anaheim between the Mariners and the Angels. The Mariners had their best offensive output of the season last night, scoring more runs in the third inning than they had in seven of their first ten games.

St Louis Cardinals RP Dave Veres has a torn rotator cuff. He is expected to miss the next 8-9 months.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 7-4 at Detroit 2-9
New York 7-4 at Boston 4-7
Kansas City 7-5 at Toronto 3-10
Tampa Bay 8-3 at Baltimore 7-4
Chicago 3-7 at Minnesota 8-2
Texas 2-10 at Oakland 9-2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Florida 6-5 at Montreal 2-9
Philadelphia 6-5 at Atlanta 6-6
Cincinnati 3-9 at New York 6-5
San Francisco 7-4 at Milwaukee 6-6
Pittsburgh 4-7 at Chicago 9-2
Houston 7-4 at St Louis 4-7
Arizona 8-3 at Colorado 6-5
Los Angeles 4-8 at San Diego 6-5

SEATTLE MARINERS (4-7) AT ANAHEIM ANGELS (7-4)
MATCHUPS
SP John Halama vs Ramon Ortiz Advantage Push
C Tom Lampkin vs Shawn Wooten Advantage Push
1B John Olerud vs Scott Spiezio Advantage Seattle
2B Bret Boone vs Adam Kennedy Advantage Seattle
3B David Bell vs Troy Glaus Advantage Push
SS Carlos Guillen vs David Eckstein Advantage Push
LF Mark T McLemore vs Garret Anderson Advantage Push
CF Mike Cameron vs Darin Erstad Advantage Seattle
RF Ichiro Suzuki vs Tim Salmon Advantage Push
DH Edgar Martinez vs Benji Gil Advantage Seattle
Overall Advantage Seattle

In the bottom of the second, Salmon scored from third on a Kennedy ground out to short.

After three: Anaheim 1 Seattle 0.

In the top of the fourth, Cameron put the Mariners in the lead with a two run homer.

In the top of the fifth, Martinez got a run-scoring single.

In the top of the sixth, Mike Holtz took the mound for the Angels. McLemore hit a run-scoring double.

After six: Seattle 4 Anaheim 1.

In the top of the seventh, with a runner on first and one out, Lou Pote took the mound for the Angels.

In the top of the eighth, without getting a hit, the Mariners loaded the bases with nobody out. Glaus muffed a Suzuki grounder to allow Bell to score from third. Ben Weber took the mound for the Angels. Lampkin scored when Martinez grounded to second. Olerud brought McLemore home with a sacrifice fly. The Mariners scored three runs in the inning without getting a single hit.

In the top of the ninth, with a runner on third and one out, Shigetoshi Hasegawa took the mound for the Angels. Lampkin got an RBI single.

Final score: Seattle 8 Anaheim 1.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
John Halama 9.0 IP, 5 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 0 BB, 6 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 4 Cleveland 3 13 innings
Boston 6 New York 5
Toronto 9 Kansas City 5
Baltimore 8 Tampa Bay 7
Minnesota 5 Chicago 4
Oakland 4 Texas 3

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Florida 2 Montreal 0
Atlanta 3 Philadelphia 2
New York 8 Cincinnati 2
Milwaukee 8 San Francisco 5
Chicago 10 Pittsburgh 0
Houston 9 St Louis 8
Arizona 3 Colorado 2
San Diego 4 Los Angeles 3

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Jason Bere 9.0 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 4 BB, 9 K, W

2. Matt Clement Florida Marlins 8.0 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 8 K, W

3. John Halama Seattle Mariners 9.0 IP, 5 H, 1 ER, 0 BB, 6 K, W



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APRIL 16, 2001
After going 4-5 on their first road trip of the season, the Mariners return to Seattle for a 7-game home stand beginning with a three game series against the Texas Rangers. The Rangers have lost eight straight. The Mariners lead the season series 2-1.

AL Player of the Week: RF Jermaine Dye Kansas City Royals

NL Player of the Week: LF Barry Bonds San Francisco Giants

WEEKLY POWER RANKINGS
1. Chicago Cubs
2. Oakland Athletics
3. Minnesota Twins
4. Arizona Diamondbacks
5. Houston Astros
6. Baltimore Orioles
7. Tampa Bay Devil Rays
8. San Diego Padres
9. New York Mets
10. Florida Marlins
11. Anaheim Angels
12. Cleveland Indians
13. New York Yankees
14. San Francisco Giants
15. Atlanta Braves
16. Kansas City Royals
17. Milwaukee Brewers
18. Colorado Rockies
19. Philadelphia Phillies
20. Seattle Mariners
21. Boston Red Sox
22. St Louis Cardinals
23. Pittsburgh Pirates
24. Toronto Blue Jays
25. Los Angeles Dodgers
26. Chicago White Sox
27. Detroit Tigers
28. Cincinnati Reds
29. Montreal Expos
30. Texas Rangers

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Tampa Bay 8-4 at Baltimore 8-4
New York 7-5 at Boston 5-7
Kansas City 7-6 at Minnesota 9-2
Oakland 10-2 at Anaheim 7-5

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Florida 7-5 at Atlanta 7-6
Montreal 2-10 at New York 7-5
Houston 8-4 at Pittsburgh 4-8
Philadelphia 6-6 at Chicago 10-2
Arizona 9-3 at St Louis 4-8

TEXAS RANGERS (2-11) AT SEATTLE MARINERS (5-7)
MATCHUPS
SP Kenny Rogers vs Jamie Moyer Advantage Push
C Ivan Rodriguez vs Dan Wilson Advantage Texas
1B Rafael Palmeiro vs John Olerud Advantage Push
2B Randy Velarde vs Bret Boone Advantage Seattle
3B Mike Lamb vs David Bell Advantage Seattle
SS Alex Rodriguez vs Carlos Guillen Advantage Texas
LF Frank Catalanotto vs Mark T McLemore Advantage Texas
CF Gabe Kapler vs Mike Cameron Advantage Seattle
RF Ruben Sierra vs Ichiro Suzuki Advantage Seattle
DH Andres Galarraga vs Edgar Martinez Advantage Seattle
Overall Advantage Seattle

In the bottom of the first, Olerud put the Mariners on the board with a three run homer.

Moyer was perfect through three.

After three: Seattle 3 Texas 0.

In the top of the fourth, Alex Rodriguez hit a solo home run with two out.

Sierra led off the top of the sixth with a home run. The Rangers then tied the game on a throwing error by Cameron that allowed Catalanotto to score from first on an Alex Rodriguez single.

After six: Texas 3 Seattle 3.

In the top of the seventh, Kapler put the Rangers in the lead with a two run homer. Joel Piniero tookthe mound with nobody out.

In the bottom of the seventh, Wilson cut the deficit to one with an RBI double.

In the top of the eighth, Kapler added to the Rangers lead with a sacrifice fly. Galarraga followed with an RBI single.

Mike Venafro took the mound for the Rangers in the bottom of the eighth.

Kazuhiro Sasaki took the mound for the Mariners in the top of the ninth. Velarde picked up an RBI with a sacrifice fly.

In the bottom of the ninth, with a runner on first and one out, Francisco Cordero took the mound for the Rangers and he sent the Mariners to 0-5 on the season in series openers.

Final score: Texas 8 Seattle 4.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Alex Rodriguez 2 for 4, HR, RBI, 2 R, BB

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Tampa Bay 5 Baltimore 3
Boston 4 New York 1
Minnesota 4 Kansas City 1
Anaheim 3 Oakland 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Florida 1 Atlanta 0 11 innings
New York 6 Montreal 5
Philadelphia 4 Chicago 1
St Louis 9 Arizona 2
Houston at Pittsburgh ppd

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Mark McGwire St Louis Cardinals 2 for 3, 2 HR, 3 RBI, 2 R, 2 BB

2. Chuck Smith Florida Marlins 7.1 IP, 1 H, 0 ER, 3 BB, 6 K

3. Jim Edmonds St Louis Cardinals 4 for 5, 2B, HR, 2 RBI, 2 R

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APRIL 17, 2001
Tonight is the second game in the series in Seattle between the Mariners and the Texas Rangers.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago 3-8 at Detroit 3-9
Boston 6-7 at Tampa Bay 9-4
New York 7-6 at Toronto 4-10
Cleveland 7-5 at Baltimore 8-5
Kansas City 7-7 at Minnesota 10-2
Oakland 10-3 at Anaheim 8-5

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Houston 8-4 at Pittsburgh 4-8 (2)
Philadelphia 7-6 at Chicago 10-3
Montreal 2-11 at New York 8-5
Milwaukee 7-6 at Cincinnati 3-10
Florida 8-5 at Atlanta 7-7
Arizona 9-4 at St Louis 5-8
Colorado 6-6 at San Diego 7-5
Los Angeles 4-9 at San Francisco 7-5

TEXAS RANGERS (3-11) AT SEATTLE MARINERS (5-8)
MATCHUPS
SP Darren Oliver vs Freddy Garcia Advantage Seattle
C Ivan Rodriguez vs Dan Wilson Advantage Texas
1B Rafael Palmeiro vs John Olerud Advantage Push
2B Randy Velarde vs Bret Boone Advantage Seattle
3B Ken Caminiti vs David Bell Advantage Seattle
SS Alex Rodriguez vs Carlos Guillen Advantage Texas
LF Frank Catalanotto vs Mark T McLemore Advantage Texas
CF Gabe Kapler vs Mike Cameron Advantage Seattle
RF Ruben Sierra vs Ichiro Suzuki Advantage Seattle
DH Andres Galarraga vs Edgar Martinez Advantage Seattle
Overall Advantage Seattle

In the top of the first, the Rangers loaded the bases with nobody out. Palmeiro drewa walk to bring home the game's first run. Ivan Rodriguez did the same. Kapler broughtin a run with a sacrifice fly.

In the bottom of the second, Cameron scored from third when Bell grounded into the 4-6-3.

After three: Texas 3 Seattle 1.

Paul Abbott took the mound for the Mariners in the top of the fifth.

In the bottom of the fifth, Bell cut the Rangers lead to one with a solo home run.

After six: Texas 3 Seattle 2.

With one out in the top of the ninth, Arthur Rhodes took the mound for the Mariners.

Jeff Zimmerman took the mound for the Rangers in the bottom of the ninth. With runners on second and two out, Cameron tripled to stun the Rangers and give the Mariners an improbable win.

Despite scoring threeruns, the Rangers were held to just three hits.

Final score: Seattle 4 Texas 3.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Darren Oliver 8.0 IP, 4 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, 5 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Chicago 7 Detroit 0
Boston 11 Tampa Bay 6
Toronto 5 New York 2
Cleveland 12 Baltimore 2
Kansas City 4 Minnesota 1
Oakland 6 Anaheim 5

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Houston 7 Pittsburgh 1 Game 1
Pittsburgh 3 Houston 2 Game 2
Chicago 10 Philadelphia 7
New York 9 Montreal 7
Cincinnati 3 Milwaukee 2
Atlanta 6 Florida 0
St Louis 6 Arizona 3
Colorado 2 San Diego 1
San Francisco 5 Los Angeles 2

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Carl Everett Boston Red Sox 4 for 5, 2B, HR, 3 RBI, 4 R, BB

2. Sammy Sosa Chicago Cubs 2 for 3, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 3 R, 2 BB

3. Greg Maddux Atlanta Braves 9.0 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 7 K, W


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APRIL 18, 2001
Tonight is the rubber game in the series in Seattle between the Mariners and the Texas Rangers.

The Cleveland Indians signed RP Paul Shuey to a 2 year contract extension worth $8,000,000.

OTHER GAMES SCHEDULED
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 8-7 at Minnesota 10-3
Boston 7-7 at Tampa Bay 9-5
New York 7-7 at Toronto 5-10
Cleveland 8-5 at Baltimore 8-6
Chicago 4-8 at Detroit 3-10
Oakland 11-3 at Anaheim 8-6

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Montreal 2-12 at New York 9-5
Florida 8-6 at Atlanta 8-7
Philadelphia 7-7 at Chicago 11-3
Houston 9-5 at Pittsburgh 5-9
Milwaukee 7-7 at Cincinnati 4-10
Arizona 9-5 at St Louis 6-8
Colorado 7-6 at San Diego 7-6
Los Angeles 4-10 at San Francisco 8-5

TEXAS RANGERS (3-12) AT SEATTLE MARINERS (6-8)
MATCHUPS
SP Rick Helling vs Aaron Sele Advantage Seattle
C Ivan Rodriguez vs Tom Lampkin Advantage Texas
1B Rafael Palmeiro vs John Olerud Advantage Push
2B Randy Velarde vs Bret Boone Advantage Seattle
3B Ken Caminiti vs David Bell Advantage Seattle
SS Alex Rodriguez vs Carlos Guillen Advantage Texas
LF Frank Catalanotto vs Mark T McLemore Advantage Texas
CF Gabe Kapler vs Mike Cameron Advantage Seattle
RF Ruben Sierra vs Ichiro Suzuki Advantage Seattle
DH Andres Galarraga vs Edgar Martinez Advantage Seattle
Overall Advantage Seattle

In the top of the first, Velarde scored from third when Palmeiro grounded to second. Alex Rodriguez scored on a bad throw by Bell while fielding a two out Ivan Rodriguez grounder.

After three: Texas 2 Seattle 0.

In the bottom of the fourth, Martinez put the Mariners on the board with an RBI double. Cameron tied the game with a two out RBI single.

After six: Texas 2 Seattle 2.

Mike Venafro took the mound for the Rangers in the bottom of the eighth. Cameron put the Mariners in the lead with a two out RBI double.

Kazuhiro Sasaki took the mound for the Mariners in the top of the ninth. He struck out the side to end the game.

The Rangers were held to two hits in the contest.

Final score: Seattle 3 Texas 2.

PLAYER OF THE GAME
Aaron Sele 8.0 IP, 2 H, 2 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 3 K

OTHER SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 5 Minnesota 3 10 innings
Tampa Bay 2 Boston 1
Toronto 9 New York 8 10 innings
Cleveland 9 Baltimore 0
Chicago 8 Detroit 6
Oakland 3 Anaheim 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Montreal 4 New York 2
Atlanta 7 Florida 3
Philadelphia 6 Chicago 4
Pittsburgh 8 Houston 5
Milwaukee 9 Cincinnati 4
Arizona 5 St Louis 4
Colorado 5 San Diego 3
San Francisco 5 Los Angeles 4

TOP PERFORMERS
1. Bartolo Colon Cleveland Indians 8.1 IP, 5 H, 0 ER, 3 BB, 7 K, W

2. Aramis Ramirez Pittsburgh Pirates 3 for 4, 2 2B, HR, 2 RBI, 3 R

3. Aaron Sele Seattle Mariners 8.0 IP, 2 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 3 K, W

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