Segura's Single in 13th Rallies Mariners Past Red Sox 6-5

SEATTLE (AP) - Jean Segura rolled a RBI single up the center with two outs in the thirteenth inning to top a two-run rally and give t...

SEATTLE (AP) - Jean Segura rolled a RBI single up the center with two outs in the thirteenth inning to top a two-run rally and give the Seattle Mariners a 6-5 triumph over the Boston Red Sox in an amusement that finished early Wednesday morning.

Mitch Haniger strolled with one out in the thirteenth off Doug Fister (0-5), pitching his third inning, and was constrained at second on Ben Gamel's defender's decision. Guillermo Heredia, who had a three-run homer in the second, singled Gamel to third. Gamel scored on a wild pitch to tie it, with Heredia propelling the distance to third. Mike Zunino at that point strolled. Shortstop Xander Bogaerts handled Segura's roller behind second, however his cockeyed toss was way late.

The Red Sox, who stranded two sprinters in the eighth, ninth and eleventh innings, had taken a 5-4 lead in the best half when Sandy Leon singled home Hanley Ramirez with two outs off Tony Zych (5-2).

Mike Zunino opened the seventh inning with his fifteenth grand slam to bring Seattle even at 4-4.

The Red Sox profited by a sudden loss of summon by starter Felix Hernandez for three keeps running in the 6th to delete a 3-1 deficiency.

Very touted prospect Rafael Devers, making his introduction, strolled to open the inning and Andrew Benintendi drew a one-out walk. The two sprinters progressed on a wild pitch and Dustin Pedroia took after with a two-run twofold. Pedroia progressed on Ramirez's flyout and returned home on Bradley Jr's. single to focus.

Heredia's three-run homer off starter Drew Pomeranz staked the Mariners to a 3-0 lead in the second. Kyle Seager skiped a one-out single off the glove of second baseman Pedroia. Gamel drew a two-out walk and Heredia lined a 0-1 contribute over the divider left for his 6th homer.

Ramirez slice it to 3-1 in the fourth with seventeenth grand slam, a two-out shot to left.

The 20-year-old Devers, who started the season at Double-An and afterward was rung Monday after only nine amusements at Triple-A Pawtucket, flied out to focus in his first at-bat, strolled, hit into a twofold play in the seventh, and strolled again in the ninth. He struck out in the eleventh to end the inning with the thumbs up keep running at third and flied out to focus to end the thirteenth. He completed 0 for 4 with two strolls.

Red Sox: LHP Chris Sale (12-4, 2.58) finishes off the three-amusement arrangement Wednesday evening. Deal has gone no less than six innings in everything except one of his 20 begins. He has not permitted an earned keep running in three of his last four begins. Deal drives the AL with 200 strikeouts.

Sailors: RHP Andrew Moore (1-2, 5.70) has not won in four begins since a triumph in his presentation on June 22. Moore, the Mariners' second-round pick in 2015, has permitted nine grand slams in 30 innings.


Red Sox: RHP Joe Kelly, on the 10-day DL (left hamstring strain) is inspiring nearer to returning. ''That was an empowering warm up area by Joe today, 25 pitches, 80 to 85 percent,'' director John Farrell said. ''His next warm up area will be on Friday when we get back home, so he's gaining truly great ground.'' Kelly likely will require in any event recovery excursion before returning, Farrell said.

Sailors: CF Jarrod Dyson, who managed a hyperextended toe while colliding with the divider Saturday, missed his third straight diversion, yet was making strides. ''The swelling has gone done, so he's certainly moving the correct way,'' director Scott Servais said before the diversion. ''Accessible today around evening time? I'm not exactly beyond any doubt yet on that one, but rather ideally be accessible tomorrow.



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