Seattle, (USA) .- The first Dominican baseman Edwin Encarnacion hit a two-run homer and crowned seven points in the sixth inning for the Seattle Mariners, who beat the Houston Astros leaders 14-1.
The Astros made their third loss in the last 10 games and put their record at 42-21, but remain leaders of the AL West.
Encarnacion (17) hit a full return drive in the sixth inning and led two runners ahead, against the shots sent by the Brady Rodgers relay, when they registered two outs in the episode.
His compatriot, the Ranger Domingo Santana (11), also flew the fence in the sixth episode, with a running back.
Third baseman Kyle Seager (2), emerging hitter Williamson (1) and wide receiver Tom Murphy (4) also hit homers.
The opener was achieved by starter Mike Leake (5-6) in full-route work, accepting six hits and one run, giving two passports and retiring five for a strike.
For the Astros the defeated was the opener Brad Peacock (5-3) in five episodes. (EFE)