To the second floor of Yankee Stadium he sent the ball Eugenio Suarez, this Tuesday in the victory of the Mariners 8-6 against the Yankees. The popular "bobobomba" reached 17 homers in the year.
The Venezuelan, a benchmark of Venezuelan power, got the starter Jameson Taillon up early and -in the first inning- opened the scoreboard with his two-line strike.
The connection, which went 432 feet in left field, was the 210th home run of his nine-year Major League career.
The Mariners added one more in the second on Cal Raleigh's home run and another in the third on Carlos Santana's fly ball.
In the fourth episode the mules discounted with three lines, combining a double by Josh Donaldson with a home run by José Travino.
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Seattle put the gap back by adding two runs on the fifth product of a double by Carlos Santana. But Anthony Rizzo and Donaldson homered for New York in the sixth to tie it 6-6.
Everything was defined in the seventh with a solo shot by outfielder Sam Haggerty, who entered as a pinch hitter. Two innings later, Adam Frazier put the icing on the cake with a single to right field.
The victory went to Penn Murfee (2-0), who continues with an almost immaculate 0.80 ERA, and the rescue went to Mexican Andrés Muñoz.
The setback was at the expense of left-hander Lucas Luetge (3-4).