Kyle Seager broke the tie when he hit a homer in the eighth inning, and the Seattle Mariners came from behind to beat the Texas Rangers 4-3 Sunday.
Down 3-0, the Mariners scored three times in the seventh. Seager went missing with one out in the eighth against Sam Dyson (0-4) for his second homer of the campaign.
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Marc Rzepczynski (1-0) pulled out to win the victory. Puerto Rican Edwin Diaz worked perfect the ninth for his sixth rescue.
Texas starter Andrew Cashner was replaced after opening the seventh with a ticket to Seager. Dominican reliever José Leclerc took two outs, but conceded three tickets, including one with bases filled to Jean Segura.
Then, emerging Danny Valencia drove in two runs by splicing a single off Alex Claudio, equaling 3-3 on the board.
For the Rangers, the Venezuelans Rougned Odor 4-1, one notched; And Elvis Andrus of 4-1. The Carlos Gómez of 3-0, a towed.
For the Mariners, the Dominicans Robinson Canó of 4-1; Nelson Cruz of 4-0; And Jean Segura of 3-2, a towed. The Panamanian Carlos Ruiz 2-0. Guillermo Heredia of Cuba 4-0, one notched.