Kyle Seager's slump-ending HR lifts Mariners past Rangers

Kyle Seager changed the entire game with one swing, blasting a two-run homer to right field off reliever Neal Cotts. It gave the Seattle Mariners a lead they would not relinquish in a 3-1 win over the Texas Rangers. “I didn’t know until the postgame interview that I was 0-for-21. so that was good to hear,” Seager deadpanned. (Everett Herald)

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