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2021 Seattle Mariners season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2021 Seattle Mariners
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record90–72 (.556)
Divisional place2nd
Other information
Owner(s)Baseball Club of Seattle, LP, represented by CEO John Stanton
Manager(s)Scott Servais
Local televisionRoot Sports Northwest
(Dave Sims, Aaron Goldsmith, Mike Blowers)
Local radioESPN-710
Seattle Mariners Radio Network
(Rick Rizzs, Aaron Goldsmith, Dave Sims)
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The 2021 Seattle Mariners season was the 45th season in franchise history. The Mariners played their 22nd full season (23rd overall) at T-Mobile Park, their home ballpark in Seattle, Washington. The M's entered this season with the longest active playoff drought in the four major North American professional sports leagues, attempting to make their first postseason in twenty years. Seattle is the only current Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise without a World Series appearance. Despite posting a 90–72 record, their best since the 2003 season, the Mariners were eliminated from postseason contention for the 20th consecutive season after a loss to the Angels, and both the Yankees and Red Sox clinched the two wild card spots on the last day of the season. This season was the second time during their drought that they’d won two more regular season games than the World Series champions.

Regular season

In the Mariners' 1–0 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers on April 20, the two teams combined for three hits, tying the record for the fewest in an interleague game set by the  Boston Red Sox and Montreal Expos in 1997.[1] As that game featured a home run, a double, and a single, and the Mariners/Dodgers games featured just a double and two singles, it broke the record for fewest total bases in a regular-season interleague game.[2]

Standings

American League West

AL West W L Pct. GB Home Road
Houston Astros 95 67 0.586 51–30 44–37
Seattle Mariners 90 72 0.556 5 46–35 44–37
Oakland Athletics 86 76 0.531 9 43–38 43–38
Los Angeles Angels 77 85 0.475 18 40–42 37–43
Texas Rangers 60 102 0.370 35 36–45 24–57


American League Playoff Standings

Division Leaders W L Pct.
Tampa Bay Rays 100 62 0.617
Houston Astros 95 67 0.586
Chicago White Sox 93 69 0.574


Wild Card teams
(Top two qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Boston Red Sox 92 70 0.568
New York Yankees 92 70 0.568
Toronto Blue Jays 91 71 0.562 1
Seattle Mariners 90 72 0.556 2
Oakland Athletics 86 76 0.531 6
Cleveland Indians 80 82 0.494 12
Detroit Tigers 77 85 0.475 15
Los Angeles Angels 77 85 0.475 15
Kansas City Royals 74 88 0.457 18
Minnesota Twins 73 89 0.451 19
Texas Rangers 60 102 0.370 32
Baltimore Orioles 52 110 0.321 40


Record against opponents

Source: AL Standings Head-to-head

Team BAL BOS CWS CLE DET HOU KC LAA MIN NYY OAK SEA TB TEX TOR NL
Baltimore 6–13 0–7 2–5 2–5 3–3 4–3 2–4 2–4 8–11 3–3 3–4 1–18 4–3 5–14 7–13
Boston 13–6 3–4 4–2 3–3 2–5 5–2 3–3 5–2 10–9 3–3 4–3 8–11 3–4 10–9 16–4
Chicago 7–0 4–3 10–9 12–7 2–5 9–10 2–5 13–6 1–5 4–3 3–3 3–3 5–1 4–3 14–6
Cleveland 5–2 2–4 9–10 12–7 1–6 14–5 5–1 8–11 3–4 2–4 3–4 1–6 4–2 2–5 9–11
Detroit 5–2 3–3 7–12 7–12 5–2 8–11 1–6 8–11 3–3 1–6 5–1 4–3 6–1 3–3 11–9
Houston 3–3 5–2 5–2 6–1 2–5 3–4 13–6 3–4 2–4 11–8 11–8 4–2 14–5 4–2 9–11
Kansas City 3–4 2–5 10–9 5–14 11–8 4–3 2–4 10–9 2–4 2–5 4–3 2–4 2–4 3–4 12–8
Los Angeles 4–2 3–3 5–2 1–5 6–1 6–13 4–2 5–2 4–3 4–15 8–11 1–6 11–8 4–3 11–9
Minnesota 4–2 2–5 6–13 11–8 11–8 4–3 9–10 2–5 1–6 1–5 2–4 3–3 4–3 3–4 10–10
New York 11–8 9–10 5–1 4–3 3–3 4–2 4–2 3–4 6–1 4–3 5–2 8–11 6–1 8–11 12–8
Oakland 3–3 3–3 3–4 4–2 6–1 8–11 5–2 15–4 5–1 3–4 4–15 4–3 10–9 2–5 11–9
Seattle 4–3 3–4 3–3 4–3 1–5 8–11 3–4 11–8 4–2 2–5 15–4 6–1 13–6 4–2 9–11
Tampa Bay 18–1 11–8 3–3 6–1 3–4 2–4 4–2 6–1 3–3 11–8 3–4 1–6 3–4 11–8 15–5
Texas 3–4 4–3 1–5 2–4 1–6 5–14 4–2 8–11 3–4 1–6 9–10 6–13 4–3 2–4 7–13
Toronto 14–5 9–10 3–4 5–2 3–3 2–4 4–3 3–4 4–3 11–8 5–2 2–4 8–11 4–2 14–6

Updated with the results of all games through October 3, 2021.


Game log

2021 game log: 90–72 (Home: 46–35; Away: 44–37)
April: 15–12 (Home: 7–5; Away: 8–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
1 April 1 Giants 8–7 (10) Misiewicz (1–0) Álvarez (0–1) 8,174 1–0 W1
2 April 2 Giants 3–6 Peralta (1–0) Steckenrider (0–1) McGee (1) 8,392 1–1 L1
3 April 3 Giants 4–0 Flexen (1–0) Webb (0–1) Montero (1) 8,651 2–1 W1
4 April 5 White Sox 0–6 Rodón (1–0) Sheffield (0–1) 6,436 2–2 L1
5 April 6 White Sox 4–10 Giolito (1–0) Margevicius (0–1) 7,980 2–3 L2
6 April 7 White Sox 8–4 Vest (1–0) Foster (0–1) 7,429 3–3 W1
7 April 8 @ Twins 2–10 Berríos (2–0) Gonzales (0–1) 9,675 3–4 L2
8 April 10 @ Twins 4–3 (10) Graveman (1–0) Rogers (0–1) Middleton (1) 9,817 4–4 W1
9 April 11 @ Twins 8–6 Steckenrider (1–1) Colomé (0–1) Montero (2) 9,792 5–4 W2
April 12 @ Orioles Postponed (Rain, makeup: April 13)
10 April 13 (1) @ Orioles 4–3 (8) Montero (1–0) Scott (0–1) Graveman (1) N/A 6–4 W3
11 April 13 (2) @ Orioles 6–7 (7) Valdez (2–0) Sadler (0–1) 4,147 6–5 L1
April 14 @ Orioles Postponed (Rain, makeup: April 15)
12 April 15 (1) @ Orioles 4–2 (7) Gonzales (1–1) Scott (0–2) Graveman (2) N/A 7–5 W1
13 April 15 (2) @ Orioles 2–1 (7) Dunn (1–0) Zimmermann (1–1) Middleton (2) 5,060 8–5 W2
14 April 16 Astros 6–5 Misiewicz (2–0) Stanek (0–1) 8,967 9–5 W3
15 April 17 Astros 0–1 Greinke (2–1) Flexen (1–1) Pressly (1) 8,960 9–6 L1
16 April 18 Astros 7–2 Newsome (1–0) Odorizzi (0–2) 8,959 10–6 W1
17 April 19 Dodgers 4–3 Sheffield (1–1) May (1–1) Montero (3) 8,999 11–6 W2
18 April 20 Dodgers 0–1 Urías (3–0) Gonzales (1–2) Jansen (4) 8,998 11–7 L1
19 April 22 @ Red Sox 7–3 (10) Montero (2–0) Hernández (0–1) 4,617 12–7 W1
20 April 23 @ Red Sox 5–6 Sawamura (1–0) Kikuchi (0–1) 4,646 12–8 L1
21 April 24 @ Red Sox 8–2 Flexen (2–1) Eovaldi (3–2) 4,621 13–8 W1
22 April 25 @ Red Sox 3–5 Rodríguez (4–0) Margevicius (0–2) Barnes (4) 4,510 13–9 L1
23 April 26 @ Astros 2–5 Urquidy (1–2) Sheffield (1–2) Pressly (2) 11,862 13–10 L2
24 April 27 @ Astros 0–2 Javier (3–0) Gonzales (1–3) Pressly (3) 14,413 13–11 L3
25 April 28 @ Astros 5–7 Smith (1–1) Montero (2–1) Stanek (1) 12,707 13–12 L4
26 April 29 @ Astros 1–0 Kikuchi (1–1) García (0–3) Graveman (3) 14,149 14–12 W1
27 April 30 Angels 7–4 Steckenrider (2–1) Heaney (1–2) 8,632 15–12 W2
May: 13–15 (Home: 10–7; Away: 3–8)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
28 May 1 Angels 5–10 Canning (2–2) Newsome (1–1) 8,993 15–13 L1
29 May 2 Angels 2–0 Sheffield (2–2) Bundy (0–3) Montero (4) 9,000 16–13 W1
30 May 3 Orioles 3–5 Sulser (1–0) Misiewicz (2–1) Valdez (7) 5,776 16–14 L1
31 May 4 Orioles 5–2 Montero (3–1) Lakins (1–3) 6,504 17–14 W1
32 May 5 Orioles 0–6 Means (4–0) Kikuchi (1–2) 6,742 17–15 L1
33 May 7 @ Rangers 5–4 Flexen (3–1) Sborz (3–2) Graveman (4) 26,047 18–15 W1
34 May 8 @ Rangers 8–9 King (4–1) Misiewicz (2–2) Kennedy (10) 26,616 18–16 L1
35 May 9 @ Rangers 2–10 Dunning (2–2) Sheffield (2–3) 30,632 18–17 L2
36 May 11 @ Dodgers 4–6 Cleavinger (1–3) Montero (3–2) Jansen (6) 15,570 18–18 L3
37 May 12 @ Dodgers 1–7 Urías (5–1) Dunn (1–1) 15,586 18–19 L4
38 May 13 Indians 2–4 Plesac (3–3) Gilbert (0–1) Shaw (1) 9,880 18–20 L5
39 May 14 Indians 7–3 Flexen (4–1) Civale (5–1) Montero (5) 10,014 19–20 W1
40 May 15 Indians 7–3 Sheffield (3–3) McKenzie (1–2) 10,311 20–20 W2
41 May 16 Indians 3–2 Sewald (1–0) Bieber (4–3) Graveman (5) 10,287 21–20 W3
42 May 17 Tigers 1–4 Mize (3–3) Kikuchi (1–3) Fulmer (3) 7,201 21–21 L1
43 May 18 Tigers 0–5 Turnbull (3–2) Dunn (1–2) 6,883 21–22 L2
44 May 19 Tigers 2–6 Skubal (1–6) Gilbert (0–2) 8.462 21–23 L3
45 May 21 @ Padres 1–16 Paddack (2–3) Flexen (4–2) 15,250 21–24 L4
46 May 22 @ Padres 4–6 Stammen (3–1) Sheffield (3–4) Melancon (16) 15,250 21–25 L5
47 May 23 @ Padres 2–9 Darvish (5–1) Misiewicz (2–3) 15,250 21–26 L6
48 May 24 @ Athletics 4–2 Kikuchi (2–3) Montas (5–4) Middleton (3) 3,019 22–26 W1
49 May 25 @ Athletics 4–3 Sewald (2–0) Irvin (3–6) Montero (6) 2,865 23–26 W2
50 May 26 @ Athletics 3–6 Kaprielian (2–0) Dugger (0–1) Diekman (6) 3,571 23–27 L1
51 May 27 Rangers 5–0 Flexen (5–2) Allard (1–1) 9,008 24–27 W1
52 May 28 Rangers 3–2 Sheffield (4–4) Lyles (2–4) Swanson (1) 10,605 25–27 W2
53 May 29 Rangers 3–2 Zamora (1–0) Foltynewicz (1–5) Montero (7) 11,071 26–27 W3
54 May 30 Rangers 4–2 Kikuchi (3–3) Yang (0–3) Middleton (4) 11,198 27–27 W4
55 May 31 Athletics 6–5 (10) Zamora (2–0) Trivino (2–2) 11,112 28–27 W5
June: 14–12 (Home: 7–4; Away: 7–8)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
56 June 1 Athletics 6–12 Luzardo (2–3) Sewald (2–1) 9,160 28–28 L1
57 June 2 Athletics 0–6 Manaea (4–2) Flexen (5–3) 9,588 28–29 L2
58 June 3 @ Angels 6–2 Sheffield (5–4) Canning (4–4) 9,714 29–29 W1
59 June 4 @ Angels 2–3 Ohtani (2–1) Santiago (0–1) Iglesias (10) 15,141 29–30 L1
60 June 5 @ Angels 5–12 Cobb (4–2) Steckenrider (2–2) 15,071 29–31 L2
61 June 6 @ Angels 9–5 Gilbert (1–2) Sandoval (0–2) 12,833 30–31 W1
62 June 8 @ Tigers 3–5 Boyd (3–6) Gonzales (1–4) Cisnero (2) 9,081 30–32 L1
63 June 9 @ Tigers 9–6 (11) Chargois (1–0) Norris (0–2) 9,162 31–32 W1
64 June 10 @ Tigers 3–8 Jiménez (1–0) Sheffield (5–5) 9,290 31–33 L1
65 June 11 @ Indians 0–7 Civale (9–2) Dunn (1–3) 22,970 31–34 L2
66 June 12 @ Indians 4–5 (10) Karinchak (3–2) Sewald (2–2) 20,116 31–35 L3
67 June 13 @ Indians 6–2 Gilbert (2–2) Bieber (7–4) 17,371 32–35 W1
68 June 14 Twins 4–3 Sewald (3–2) Robles (2–3) Steckenrider (1) 9,185 33–35 W2
69 June 15 Twins 10–0 Flexen (6–3) Happ (3–3) 7,669 34–35 W3
70 June 16 Twins 2–7 Thielbar (1–0) Sheffield (5–6) 8,098 34–36 L1
71 June 17 Rays 6–5 Santiago (1–1) Fairbanks (1–2) 9,092 35–36 W1
72 June 18 Rays 5–1 Kikuchi (4–3) Wacha (1–2) 12,654 36–36 W2
73 June 19 Rays 6–5 (10) Montero (4–2) Feyereisen (3–3) 14,772 37–36 W3
74 June 20 Rays 6–2 (10) Montero (5–2) Castillo (2–4) 18,172 38–36 W4
75 June 22 Rockies 2–1 Sewald (4–2) Kinley (1–2) Graveman (6) 12,879 39–36 W5
76 June 23 Rockies 2–5 Márquez (6–6) Sheffield (5–7) Bard (10) 11,141 39–37 L1
77 June 25 @ White Sox 9–3 Kikuchi (5–3) Rodón (6–3) 32,189 40–37 W1
June 26 @ White Sox Suspended (Rain, continuation: June 27)
78 June 27 (1) @ White Sox 3–2 Sewald (5–2) Hendriks (3–2) Graveman (7) 30,017 41–37 W2
79 June 27 (2) @ White Sox 5–7 (7) Bummer (1–4) Dugger (0–2) Hendriks (20) 30,017 41–38 L1
80 June 29 @ Blue Jays 3–9 Ray (6–3) Montero (5–3) 6,736 41–39 L2
81 June 30 @ Blue Jays 9–7 (10) Graveman (2–0) Murphy (0–1) Steckenrider (2) 6,632 42–39 W1
July: 14–10 (Home: 9–7; Away: 5–3)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
82 July 1 @ Blue Jays 7–2 Kikuchi (6–3) Ryu (7–5) Sewald (1) 5,456 43–39 W2
83 July 2 Rangers 5–4 (10) Misiewicz (3–3) Hearn (2–3) 28,638 44–39 W3
84 July 3 Rangers 3–7 Lyles (4–5) Gonzales (1–5) 16,046 44–40 L1
85 July 4 Rangers 4–1 Flexen (7–3) Foltynewicz (2–8) Graveman (8) 15,146 45–40 W1
86 July 6 Yankees 1–12 Taillon (4–4) Sheffield (5–8) 16,547 45–41 L1
87 July 7 Yankees 4–5 Cessa (2–1) Kikuchi (6–4) Green (3) 17,205 45–42 L2
88 July 8 Yankees 4–0 Gilbert (3–2) Montgomery (3–4) 17,524 46–42 W1
89 July 9 Angels 7–3 Steckenrider (3–2) Mayers (2–4) 20,381 47–42 W2
90 July 10 Angels 2–0 Flexen (8–3) Sandoval (2–3) Sewald (2) 27,353 48–42 W3
91 July 11 Angels 1–7 Suárez (4–2) Ramírez (0–1) Iglesias (19) 23,348 48–43 L1
July 13 91st All-Star Game in Denver, CO
92 July 16 @ Angels 6–5 Flexen (9–3) Heaney (5–7) Sewald (3) 40,880 49–43 W1
93 July 17 @ Angels 4–9 Cobb (7–3) Kikuchi (6–5) 28,927 49–44 L1
94 July 18 @ Angels 7–4 Gilbert (4–2) Sandoval (2–4) 23,434 50–44 W1
95 July 20 @ Rockies 6–4 Gonzales (2–5) Márquez (8–7) Graveman (9) 30,715 51–44 W2
96 July 21 @ Rockies 3–6 Gomber (7–5) Middleton (0–1) Bard (15) 25,053 51–45 L1
97 July 22 Athletics 1–4 Manaea (7–6) Flexen (9–4) Trivino (16) 18,553 51–46 L2
98 July 23 Athletics 4–3 Sewald (6–2) Diekman (2–2) Graveman (10) 21,312 52–46 W1
99 July 24 Athletics 5–4 Graveman (3–0) Trivino (3–4) 30,843 53–46 W2
100 July 25 Athletics 4–3 Gonzales (3–5) Irvin (7–9) Steckenrider (3) 21,501 54–46 W3
101 July 26 Astros 11–8 Graveman (4–0) Stanek (1–2) Sewald (4) 15,162 55–46 W4
102 July 27 Astros 6–8 McCullers Jr. (8–2) Flexen (9–5) 18,930 55–47 L1
103 July 28 Astros 4–11 Odorizzi (4–5) Kikuchi (6–6) 18,908 55–48 L2
104 July 30 @ Rangers 9–5 Gilbert (5–2) Allard (2–9) 27,542 56–48 W1
105 July 31 @ Rangers 4–5 (10) Patton (1–1) Castillo (2–5) 33,463 56–49 L1
August: 15–13 (Home: 6–6; Away: 9–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
106 August 1 @ Rangers 3–4 Santana (1–1) Swanson (0–1) 23,664 56–50 L2
107 August 2 @ Rays 8–2 Flexen (10–5) Wacha (2–3) 5,855 57–50 W1
108 August 3 @ Rays 4–2 Kikuchi (7–6) Patiño (2–3) Castillo (15) 10,071 58–50 W2
109 August 4 @ Rays 3–4 Fleming (9–5) Gilbert (5–3) Sherriff (1) 9,701 58–51 L1
110 August 5 @ Yankees 3–5 Green (5–5) Sewald (6–3) Chapman (23) 33,211 58–52 L2
111 August 6 @ Yankees 2–3 (11) Abreu (1–0) Middleton (0–2) 43,180 58–53 L3
112 August 7 @ Yankees 4–5 Heaney (7–8) Misiewicz (3–4) Loáisiga (4) 35,165 58–54 L4
113 August 8 @ Yankees 2–0 Sewald (7–3) Luetge (4–2) Steckenrider (4) 35,437 59–54 W1
114 August 10 Rangers 4–5 (10) Martin (3–3) Swanson (0–2) 15,412 59–55 L1
115 August 11 Rangers 2–1 Steckenrider (4–2) Santana (1–2) 15,789 60–55 W1
116 August 12 Rangers 3–1 Gonzales (4–5) Foltynewicz (2–11) 14,031 61–55 W2
117 August 13 Blue Jays 3–2 Steckenrider (5–2) Cimber (2–4) 28,207 62–55 W3
118 August 14 Blue Jays 9–3 Middleton (1–2) Ryu (11–6) 26,090 63–55 W4
119 August 15 Blue Jays 3–8 Matz (10–7) Gilbert (5–4) 22,679 63–56 L1
120 August 17 @ Rangers 3–1 Anderson (6–8) Hearn (2–4) Sewald (5) 15,140 64–56 W1
121 August 18 @ Rangers 3–1 Gonzales (5–5) Foltynewicz (2–12) Steckenrider (5) 19,119 65–56 W2
122 August 19 @ Rangers 9–8 (11) Smith (2–1) Barlow (0–1) Sewald (6) 16,391 66–56 W3
123 August 20 @ Astros 3–12 McCullers Jr. (10–4) Kikuchi (7–7) 26,899 66–57 L1
124 August 21 @ Astros 1–15 Odorizzi (6–6) Gilbert (5–5) 29,908 66–58 L2
125 August 22 @ Astros 6–3 (11) Sewald (8–3) Stanek (1–3) Ramírez (1) 27,526 67–58 W1
126 August 23 @ Athletics 5–3 Misiewicz (4–4) Trivino (5–6) Sewald (7) 4,140 68–58 W2
127 August 24 @ Athletics 5–1 Flexen (11–5) Irvin (9–12) Steckenrider (6) 4,508 69–58 W3
128 August 26 Royals 4–6 Santana (1–1) Smith (2–2) Barlow (9) 16,882 69–59 L1
129 August 27 Royals 7–8 (12) Staumont (3–2) Ramírez (0–2) 22,953 69–60 L2
130 August 28 Royals 2–4 Payamps (1–3) Anderson (6–9) Barlow (10) 24,575 69–61 L3
131 August 29 Royals 4–3 Gonzales (6–5) Zuber (0–3) Steckenrider (7) 20,044 70–61 W1
132 August 30 Astros 3–4 Maton (4–0) Smith (2–3) Pressly (22) 11,630 70–62 L1
133 August 31 Astros 4–0 Sewald (9–3) Graveman (5–1) 10,452 71–62 W1
September: 18–8 (Home: 6–4; Away: 12–4)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
134 September 1 Astros 1–0 Sheffield (6–8) Odorizzi (6–7) Sewald (8) 10,519 72–62 W2
135 September 3 @ Diamondbacks 6–5 (10) Sheffield (7–8) Clarke (1–2) Ramírez (2) 12,729 73–62 W3
136 September 4 @ Diamondbacks 8–5 Gonzales (7–5) Smith (4–9) Castillo (16) 18,819 74–62 W4
137 September 5 @ Diamondbacks 10–4 (11) Ramírez (1–2) Clarke (1–3) 14,408 75–62 W5
138 September 6 @ Astros 2–11 McCullers Jr. (11–4) Kikuchi (7–8) Bielak (1) 25,802 75–63 L1
139 September 7 @ Astros 4–5 (10) Stanek (2–4) Ramírez (1–3) 20,353 75–64 L2
140 September 8 @ Astros 8–5 Castillo (3–5) Pressly (5–2) 19,089 76–64 W1
141 September 10 Diamondbacks 5–4 Gonzales (8–5) Bumgarner (7–10) Steckenrider (8) 14,379 77–64 W2
142 September 11 Diamondbacks 3–7 Castellanos (2–1) Flexen (11–6) 15,483 77–65 L1
143 September 12 Diamondbacks 4–5 Gilbert (2–2) Misiewicz (4–5) Wendelken (1) 13,551 77–66 L2
144 September 13 Red Sox 5–4 Castillo (4–5) Brasier (0–1) Steckenrider (9) 18,219 78–66 W1
145 September 14 Red Sox 4–8 Ottavino (6–3) Smith (2–4) 19,887 78–67 L1
146 September 15 Red Sox 4–9 (10) Ottavino (7–3) Swanson (0–3) 17,860 78–68 L2
147 September 17 @ Royals 6–2 Flexen (12–6) Heasley (0–1) 14,904 79–68 W1
148 September 18 @ Royals 1–8 Bubic (5–6) Kikuchi (7–9) 20,085 79–69 L1
149 September 19 @ Royals 7–1 Gilbert (6–5) Kowar (0–4) 16,872 80–69 W1
150 September 20 @ Athletics 4–2 Anderson (7–9) Manaea (10–10) Sewald (9) 4,068 81–69 W2
151 September 21 @ Athletics 5–2 Gonzales (9–5) Blackburn (1–3) Steckenrider (10) 4,246 82–69 W3
152 September 22 @ Athletics 4–1 Flexen (13–6) Irvin (10–14) Steckenrider (11) 4,149 83–69 W4
153 September 23 @ Athletics 6–5 Smith (3–4) Diekman (3–3) Sewald (10) 4,966 84–69 W5
154 September 24 @ Angels 6–5 Smith (4–4) Herget (2–2) Sewald (11) 18,551 85–69 W6
155 September 25 @ Angels 1–14 Díaz (1–0) Anderson (7–10) 30,221 85–70 L1
156 September 26 @ Angels 5–1 Gonzales (10–5) Quijada (0–2) 22,057 86–70 W1
157 September 27 Athletics 13–4 Flexen (14–6) Irvin (10–15) 11,169 87–70 W2
158 September 28 Athletics 4–2 Misiewicz (5–5) Petit (8–3) Steckenrider (12) 12,635 88–70 W3
159 September 29 Athletics 4–2 Castillo (5–5) Chafin (2–4) Steckenrider (13) 17,366 89–70 W4
October: 1–2 (Home: 1–2; Away: 0–0)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
160 October 1 Angels 1–2 Suárez (8–8) Gonzales (10–6) Iglesias (34) 44,169 89–71 L1
161 October 2 Angels 6–4 Sewald (10–3) Cishek (0–2) Steckenrider (14) 44,414 90–71 W1
162 October 3 Angels 3–7 Ortega (1–1) Anderson (7–11) 44,229 90–72 L1
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Pitching

List does not include position players. Stats in bold are the team leaders.

Note: W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; G = Games pitched; GS = Games started; SV = Saves; IP = Innings pitched; R = Runs allowed; ER = Earned runs allowed; BB = Walks allowed; K = Strikeouts

Player W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER BB K
Chris Flexen 14 6 3.61 31 31 0 179.2 185 74 72 40 125
Yusei Kikuchi 7 9 4.41 29 29 0 157.0 145 82 77 62 163
Marco Gonzales 10 6 3.96 25 25 0 143.1 125 64 63 42 108
Logan Gilbert 6 5 4.68 24 24 0 119.1 112 63 62 28 128
Justus Sheffield 7 8 6.83 21 15 0 80.1 105 69 61 43 63
Drew Steckenrider 5 2 2.00 62 0 14 67.2 52 16 15 17 58
Paul Sewald 10 3 3.06 62 0 11 64.2 42 24 22 24 104
Tyler Anderson 2 3 4.81 13 13 0 63.2 71 35 34 13 48
Anthony Misiewicz 5 5 4.61 66 0 0 54.2 61 30 28 15 53
Justin Dunn 1 3 3.75 11 11 0 50.1 37 21 21 29 49
Rafael Montero 5 3 7.27 40 0 7 43.1 56 39 35 15 37
Casey Sadler 0 1 0.67 42 0 0 40.1 19 4 3 10 37

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Tacoma Rainiers Triple-A West Kristopher Negrón
AA Arkansas Travelers Double-A Central Collin Cowgill
High-A Everett AquaSox High-A West Louis Boyd
A Modesto Nuts Low-A West Eric Farris
Rookie ACL Mariners Arizona Complex League Austin Knight
Foreign Rookie DSL Mariners 1 Dominican Summer League
Foreign Rookie DSL Mariners 2 Dominican Summer League

References

  1. ^ Los Angeles Dodgers at Seattle Mariners (Television production). Root Sports. April 20, 2021. Event occurs at 2:31:10. Retrieved April 21, 2021.
  2. ^ "Julio Urias strikes out 11 in Dodgers' 1-hit shutout of Mariners". April 20, 2021.

External links

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