206 Clicks: Mariners End Losing Streak, Ichiro Hitting Differently

Mariners 7, Tigers 4 [box]: Win! 15 hits! Seven runs! The Mariners ended their four-game losing streak on Tuesday against Detroit. Alex Liddi went 3-for-5 for the M's, hitting a solo home run in the seventh inning. Seattle's bullpen held the Tigers scoreless for three innings, securing the win for the Mariners. Head over to Lookout Landing for in-depth analysis on the win. Next game: Wednesday Felix Day!, Seattle (8-10) at Detroit (10-7), 4:05 p.m. PT, ROOT Sports, 6 games back.

Read more Seattle sports links after the jump.

  • Jeff Sullivan breaks down Ichiro's new approach at the plate on Baseball Nation.
  • If you're a high school track fan, get to Shoreline Stadium this Saturday for the 25th annual Shoreline Invitational. This boys only track meet is essentially a mini-preview to the State finals. A large majority of the top runners, jumpers and relay teams will be in action. The premier 100m event will feature Nathan Hale's Markeith Harris who currently holds the best time at 10.64 seconds — right behind him at No. 3 is O'Dea's Tatum Taylor who holds a 10.65 mark.
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