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Mariners’ Olsen throws no-hitter

Tribune Staff Report

The Mariners’ Matt Olson said “no-no” to the Rockies in an 11-0 win in South Tahoe Babe Ruth action recently.

Olson fanned six in five innings of work, while helping his cause with a double at the plate. The only blemish on Olsen’s day was eight walks. But his teammates made the difference with solid defensive play, as no balls made it to the outfield.

The Mariners were led at the plate by Chris Hannum, who smacked a two-run homer. Pat Curtis added two twin-sackers, while Nick Lefteroff doubled in two hits and Hudson Wilvers had two singles.

A’s 6, Marlins 3.

The Marlins tied it at 2 after two innings. But Tyler Tucker and Ryan Cullen shared pitching duties in the third through sixth frames to secure the win. Tucker fanned two in one inning while Cullen fanned five in three innings.

Anthony Miranda was one of three A’s with two hits, smacking two doubles. Cullen and Thomas Hunter each had a double in two hits. Adam McGucken drove in two.

Grant Devore and Mike Tillson each single twice in the loss.

Devil Rays 15, Diamond Backs 12.

A four-run fourth, keyed by Royce Reardon’s run-scoring double, guided the D-Rays to victory. Daniel Chia led the D-Rays with three RBIs in a 3 for 3 outing that included two doubles. Langdon Owen drove in a pair as did Travis Van Arnum. Tony Denuzio scored four times on two hits.

Owen Brinkley launched a two-run bomb while JoJo Miller added three hits for the D-Backs.

Yankees 15, Rockies 9.

The Yankees scored 10 times in the first four innings, thanks in part to Jake Bobman, who smacked two triples including a two-run three-bagger. Jordan Lucas got into the fun, going 4 for 4 with a double, triple and two RBIs. Troy Dinkler added three hits.

Pat Geimer had the Rocks’ lone multi-hit outing, collecting a single, double and two RBIs. Dan Lucero added two RBIs.

Mariners 11, Cardinals 1.

Mike Hennessy gave the Mariners another great mound outing. He scattered five hits through five innings. The defense again shined, as Hennessy recorded no strike outs and walked just one.

The pitcher helped himself at the plate, diving in six runs on three doubles. Chris Hannum touched home four times on two hits while Hudson Wilvers added a pair of base knocks. John Capitani and Pat Curtis each drove in two.

Ryan Griffith had a double in the loss. Carlos Romero drove in the lone run.

A’s 12, Pirates 1.

The A’s got three in the first on an Anthony Miranda two-run triple and Tyler Tucker sacrifice. It was more than enough for Peter Chirapotti, who, after allowing leadoff double and run to Jake Hurwitz, fanned four and walked four in a complete game effort.

Miranda finished with two triples and three RBIs, while Chirapotti and Ryan Cullen each plated a pair on two hits. Thomas Hunter had three hits while Ian Haessly chipped in two singles.

TJ Prevost had two doubles in the loss.

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