Counters add new counter Standard counter counter id : 6290370 (Hidden) id counter displays: 6290370 site ID: 4637739 Hidden tracker Counter code standard NO JAVASCRIPT Site use frames Paste this code in your HTML editor where you would like to display the counter, at the bottom of the page, in a table, div or under a menu. gdpr policy for your website

Seattle Mariners fall short and lose 3-2 to White Sox in extras

SEATTLE (AP) — Garrett Crochet struck out a career-high 13 in seven dominant innings, Andrew Vaughn homered and drove in the tiebreaker run in the 10th, and the Chicago White Sox beat the Seattle Mariners 3-2 on Thursday night.

Chicago White Sox 3, Seattle Mariners 2 (10 innings): Box score

Chicago avoided a sweep in the four-game series, but needed extra innings after Seattle star Julio Rodríguez tied the score at 2 in the bottom of the ninth with a solo homer off closer Michael Kopech. Rodríguez laid off a pair of high fastballs from Kopech (2-6) and hit a 3-1 pitch to right-center for his sixth home run.

Andrés Muñoz (2-3) pitched the 10th for Seattle, just his second appearance since June 4, when lower back problems surfaced. He gave up an one-out single to Nicky Lopez, which sent automatic runner Korey Lee from second base to third base. Lee scored on Vaughn’s groundout, a helicopter to third base.

Tanner Banks worked a perfect inning for his second save.

Crochet was the story for most of the evening. The 24-year-old left-hander relied almost entirely on his fastball and cutter, allowing two hits and striking out double-digit batters for the third time in his last four starts. During that four-game span, Crochet has allowed five earned runs and struck out 42.

Crochet’s 13 strikeouts were the most by a White Sox pitcher since Lance Lynn also smoked 16 against Seattle on June 18, 2023. His only major mistake came in the fifth when rookie Tyler Locklear golfed a changeup to left field for his first career home run. .

Watch: Mariners rookie Tyler Locklear knocks off his first career HR

According to MLB Statcast data, it was the only changeup Crochet threw in his 102 pitches.

Seattle starter Emerson Hancock threw a career-high seven innings and allowed six hits, but the White Sox took advantage of two costly errors against two of their most dangerous hitters.

Vaughn hit his eighth homer with one out in the third. Three pitches later, Luis Robert Jr. deep for the second night in a row. Robert had a pinch-hit homer in the ninth inning on Wednesday to tie the game at 1 before Seattle won in extra innings.

Hancock made a flawless start to give the rest of Seattle’s rotation an extra day of rest.


White Sox: OF Eloy Jiménez begins a rehab assignment in the Arizona Complex League. Jiménez has been out since May 21 with a hamstring injury.

Mariners: Dylan Moore was reinstated from the paternity list. RHP Brett de Geus and INF Leo Rivas were optioned to Triple-A Tacoma.


White Sox: RHP Chris Flexen (2-5, 5.06 ERA) starts the opener of a three-game series in Arizona. Flexen has a 3.00 ERA and opponents are hitting .176 in his last three starts.

Mariners: After an extra day of rest, RHP Luis Castillo (5-7, 3.35 ERA) will start the series opener on Friday vs. Texas. Castillo allowed two runs over six innings in a win against the Rangers on April 25.

More about the Seattle Mariners

• The Bone shaves Cal Raleigh’s head during the return of Buhner Buzz Night
• Listen to Aaron Goldsmith’s radio call on the latest Mariners win
• Sailor Injury Updates: The latest on Ty France, Andrés Muñoz and more
• Sailors get ‘clean’ results from Bryan Woo’s MRI
• Servais: Rising Mitch Garver will be key to the Seattle Mariners lineup

Related Articles

Back to top button