Published: Fri, April 21, 2017
U.S. | By Eddie Scott

Marlins lose combined no-hitter with one out in ninth inning

Marlins lose combined no-hitter with one out in ninth inning

Russell Martin, Justin Smoak and Ezequiel Carrera had home runs for the Blue Jays, off to a franchise-worst 2-11 start.

"It was my last at bat, obviously, and the last chance".

Miami Marlins' Ichiro Suzuki tips his cap after being honored by Seattle Mariners players and executives for his 3,000 hit milestone in a pre-game ceremony before a baseball game against the Mariners, his former team, Monday, April 17, 2017, in Seattle. I didn't think it was that bad of a pitch and he did a good job. "I feel grateful that happened".

Seattle has stabilized after a shaky first 10 day, receiving a punch of offense on a day Felix Hernandez (2-1) did not have his best stuff. The Marlins finally got on the board in the ninth inning thanks to an opposite field home run from Christian Yelich. Reyes dropped a two-out popup in the eighth inning before Andres Blanco tied it at 2 with an RBI double. But with Segura sidelined by a hamstring strain, Haniger has starred. He is hitting.323.

So that's awesome. Long known for his impressive displays of batting-practice power, Ichiro told USA TODAY Sports in 2007 that he felt he could hit 40 homers in a season if he were willing to accept a.220 batting average.

Volquez is winless in three starts and has only pitched more than five innings in one of the outings. The runners moved to second and third on J.T. Riddle's sacrifice.

Ender Inciarte hit the first home run in baseball's newest stadium, local product Nick Markakis drove in the first two runs and the Atlanta Braves beat the San Diego Padres 5-2 in the regular-season debut for. Stanton's homer was his fourth this season, a 445-foot shot to deep left-center field. Chen walked two and struck out two in the win - his second of the season.

Rookie RF Mitch Haniger's one-out double in the ninth inning ended the no-hit bid by Wei-Yin Chen and two relievers as the Miami Marlins smothered the Mariners' four-game winning streak with a 5-0 win Tuesday night at Safeco Field (box).

"I could have been forgotten but for them to do that for me I was very thankful", he said. Nick Vincent pitched a flawless eighth before Evan Scribner allowed Christian Yelich's third home run in the ninth. Yelich pinned the ball against his body as he slammed full speed into the padded wall.

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