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Mariners-Phillies Runs

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Mariners second. K.Morales homered to centre on a 3-1 count. Seager grounded out, second baseman Utley to first baseman Howard. Denorfia struck out. Morrison singled to right. Sucre struck out.

1 run, 2 hits, 0 errors, 1 left on. Mariners 1, Phillies 0.

Phillies third. Revere grounded out, shortstop C.Taylor to first baseman K.Morales. Rollins doubled to centre. Utley walked on a full count. Howard flied out to left fielder Denorfia. Byrd singled to right, Rollins scored, Utley to third. Ruf flied out to left fielder Denorfia.

1 run, 2 hits, 0 errors, 2 left on. Mariners 1, Phillies 1.

Mariners fourth. Seager walked on a full count. Denorfia infield single to third, Seager to second. On A.Blanco's error, Seager to third. Morrison doubled to centre, Seager scored, Denorfia to third. Denorfia was caught stealing, catcher Nieves to third baseman A.Blanco to pitcher Hamels, Denorfia out. Sucre singled to right, Morrison to third. Paxton sacrificed, third baseman A.Blanco to second baseman Utley, Sucre to second. On Hamels's wild pitch, Morrison scored, Sucre to third. A.Jackson struck out.

2 runs, 3 hits, 1 error, 1 left on. Mariners 3, Phillies 1.

Phillies fourth. Nieves singled to centre. A.Blanco safe at second on Paxton's error, Nieves to third. On Sucre's passed ball, Nieves scored, A.Blanco to third. Hamels struck out. Revere grounded out, shortstop C.Taylor to first baseman K.Morales, A.Blanco scored. Rollins infield single to shortstop. On Paxton's wild pitch, Rollins to second. Utley singled to right, Rollins scored. Howard struck out.

3 runs, 3 hits, 1 error, 1 left on. Phillies 4, Mariners 3.

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