One day after breaking up a no-hitter in the ninth inning, Mitch Haniger drove in four runs Wednesday afternoon and helped the Mariners close out a successful homestand with a 10-5 victory over Miami.
In the ninth inning, Barraclough struck out pinch-hitter Mike Freeman to start the inning, but he couldn't get past Haniger, who laced the double into the gap.
The Mariners used a four-game win streak to mitigate some of the damage of the 2-8 start.
Wei-Yin Chen and the Marlins will look to bounce back against the Mariners Tuesday night as they face Yovani Gallardo.
All told, Chen tossed 100 pitches before manager Don Mattingly pulled him in favor of Ziegler, who registered seven strikes on 11 pitches to efficiently work his way through the eighth inning.
In what many believe could be his final at-bat at Safeco Field, the place he became a Major League Baseball icon, Ichiro Suzuki did, as Yelich remarked, what special players do.
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Seattle Mariners starting pitcher Ariel Miranda throws against the Miami Marlins in the second inning of a baseball game, Monday, April 17, 2017, in Seattle.
With no outs and no one on, Ichiro connected with the first pitch he saw from Evan Marshall for a solo home run in his final at-bat.
The Mariners manage no near-misses before Haniger's double.
PLAY OF THE GAME: Heredia saved three runs by pulling back a homer with a leaping two-out catch at the left-field wall on Ozuna's drive in the first inning. Haniger is now working on a 13-game hitting streak. More and more, it looked like the Mariners were about to be no-hit for the first time since Philip Humber's ideal game in 2012. He walked four for the second straight start. It is the only walk issued this season by Hernandez after 24 2/3 innings over his four starts. Suzuki also had 1,278 hits in nine seasons in Japan.
Marlins: Martin Prado, who began the season on the DL (strained right hamstring), was recalled and in the lineup at 3B, batting second. The bobblehead commemorates his 262-hit season in 2004 with the Mariners and his 3,000th career hit in 2016 with the Marlins. The last time out, he failed to protect a 5-0 lead, although he did not get the loss.