Rookie Bryan Woo took a no-hitter into the sixth inning and the seattle mariners hit four home runs, sailing to a 10-2 victory over the host New York Yankees to avoid a serial sweep Thursday night
Woo (1-1) entered the sixth with 81 pitches. He lost his no-hitter bid by allowing a single to Gleyber Torres on his 92nd pitch and was lifted after giving up a single to Anthony Rizzo.
Kolten Wong, Ty France, Teoscar Hernandez and Cal Raleigh homered off Domingo German (4-5). German was chased in the fourth inning after giving up eight earned runs (10 total) on eight hits.
Hernández also had an RBI single and collected three hits.
Eugenio Suárez hit a two-run double in the first of four runs and scored when the yankees He made two errors on the same play. Mike Ford and Jose Caballero hit sacrifice flies for the sailors
Woo entered with a 7.30 ERA. He walked three and struck out five. He has allowed two runs or fewer in his last three starts after giving up six runs in his major league debut on June 3.
German was rocked for the second straight start as he allowed 10 runs on eight hits and a career-high 3 1/3 innings. German was booed from the mound six days after giving up seven runs in two innings in a 15-5 loss at Boston.
Isiah Kiner-Falefa hit a two-run homer in the ninth after pitching in the top half of the inning. He yankees lost for the ninth time in 15 games since losing Aaron Judge to a right ball
Wong threw a 2-1 fastball to right field to lead off the second and France followed up by driving a 1-0 fastball to the Seattle bullpen in left-center field.
In the third, Suárez scored from first when the yankees he committed two errors on Ford’s groundout to third base. Josh Donaldson threw the ball away for the first error and German was penalized for the second error when the shot bounced off his glove.
Caballero lifted a sacrifice fly before Hernandez and Raleigh hit back-to-back home runs in the fourth.
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