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Topic - Mike Zunino
Most nights, C.J. Wilson's performance would be good enough to be in line for a win.
Even in the middle of his best outing this season and coming within one out of his first complete game since August 2012, Felix Hernandez took notice of the stadium radar gun flashing numbers in the mid-90s when his fastball cracked the glove.
Even a lackluster finish couldn't damper what was a very successful road trip for the Seattle Mariners.
The Seattle Mariners are next-to-last in the American League in scoring. Playing the only team below them gave their offense a boost.
Robinson Cano had his fuzzy beard rubbed by Derek Jeter, got a huge grin from Mark Teixeira after a close play at first base and a whole bunch of hellos from his former teammates.
Yankees manager Joe Girardi wasn't too surprised by the rude welcome the fans gave Robinson Cano in his return to Yankee Stadium. What really shocked him was how the Mariners scored four runs off CC Sabathia.
Lloyd McClendon has exhibited patience during the young season and he's not deviating from that approach.
Roenis Elias' command was shaky, and so was his defense.
Felix Hernandez walked in from the bullpen and threw his first pitch to a standing ovation after warming up with Aloe Blacc's song "The Man" playing over the stadium speakers.
Coco Crisp helped spoil what otherwise could have been an even more memorable major league debut for Seattle starter Roenis Elias.
The Seattle Mariners quickly answered those critics who thought Robinson Cano wouldn't have enough support in the lineup to make a difference.
Now that he's spent some time in the major leagues, Seattle Mariners catcher Mike Zunino expects big things.
"When he keeps (the curveball) in the zone and guys have to respect it as a strike and then he can use it as a put-away pitch, that's when it's really working well for him," catcher Mike Zunino said.
Zunino added on with a solo homer off Wilson (6-4) on the first pitch of the eighth inning.