Alonso and Semien homered to the Mariners

First baseman Yonder Alonso and short innkeeper Marcus Semien homered in the Oakland A’s 4-3 victory over the Seattle Mariners.

Alonso (20) disappeared the ball in the third episode, without runners ahead against the opener Andrew Moore, with two outs in the entrance.

Semien (1) did it in the fifth inning, solitary.

Victory took the relay Sean Doolittle (1-0) in an episode, striking an enemy.

The Dominican closer Santiago Casilla (15) was credited with saving an episode, striking an enemy.

The Mariners lost with Puerto Rican closer Edwin Díaz (2-4) in one inning, allowed two hits and one run.


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