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So, that could leave the Yankees' bullpen really thin Tuesday. It's lefty Marco Gonzales , 3. He has a 1. New York rookie Domingo German , 5. German beat the Rays last time out for his first big-league win and struck out a career-high He hasn't faced Seattle. The Mariners are in their past eight series openers. The Yanks are in their past 17 at home vs. It's the Fort Myers Bowl! Both these teams train in that city on the Gulf Coast of the Sunshine State.

The Twins stunningly sent All-Star third baseman Miguel Sano all the way down to Class A late last week because he was struggling so badly. Sano, who looks pretty out of shape, hit. It's Boston ace lefty Chris Sale , 2. He ended a rare three-game losing streak by allowing one run and two hits in Baltimore on Wednesday. Sale was actually ejected while leaving the game.

Minnesota's Jose Berrios , 3. Boston's Mitch Moreland is 2-for-3 off him with a homer. The Sox are in Sale's past 11 road starts vs teams with a losing record. The Twins are in Berrios' past 16 at home. The under is in Minnesota's past nine vs. Oakland has lost third baseman Matt Chapman to the day DL with right hand soreness. An MRI showed no structural damage, but he was to undergo further evaluation on Monday.

He claims to have been playing through the pain since the spring, so that's worrisome. One less worry for San Diego's Eric Lauer , 6. The lefty beat the Cardinals in his most recent start, surrendering two runs over 5.

It's the rookie's first look at Oakland, which loses the DH. Oakland's Paul Blackburn , His first was very good in a win over the Royals and his last was terrible 1. He hasn't seen the Padres. The A's are in their past eight series openers. The Padres are in their past seven following a loss. The over is in San Diego's previous seven at home.

He had yet another recurrence of a blister problem and last pitched in the majors on May Hill finger threw 4. At this point, it would be an upset if Hill didn't land back on the disabled list at some point this summer.

Cubs lefty Mike Montgomery , 3. Great experience for Zunino to go through that. Last week Paxton had the best four-seam fastball the Mariners staff said they had ever seen. This time is was his knuckle-curveball carrying him. He took a mph fastball on the bottom outside corner of the plate. A very good pitch.

The Mariners loaded the bases on three consecutive hits in the fifth inning and Mitch Haniger drove in a run on a mph exit velocity line-out to center field, with Cano barreling home just in time to beat the tag. And, unlike last week, when Paxton threw seven scoreless innings with a career-high 16 strikeouts only for the Mariners' bullpen to allow three runs in a loss to the Oakland Athletics — the Mariners weren't losing this game.

Paxton tied a career-high 10 strikeouts two starts ago, then the 16 K's Eh's? We tip our caps to you. One celebration on the field. One off of it. Big congrats to Pax! What an unbelievable performance and a pleasure to watch. The Ladner Heron is proud of its hometown boy.

James Paxton becomes the first Canadian to throw a no-hitter in his home country. James Paxton just showed everybody where he's from after throwing a no hitter. Time for more BigMaple following his no-hitter. Here is James Paxton in his press conference after throwing the 6th no-hitter in Mariners history.

Seattle Mariners starting pitcher James Paxton, center, celebrates with teammates after throwing a no-hitter against the Toronto Blue Jays in a baseball game Tuesday, May 8, , in Toronto. Seattle Mariners O, Canada! Mariners' James Paxton throws no-hitter in home country.

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