Mariners Rally, But Come Up Short Vs. Rangers, 3-2

The Mariners rallied in Arlington Friday night, scoring two late runs to cut the Rangers ninth-inning lead to 3-2, but second baseman Dustin Ackley struck out with runners on the corners to end the game.

Seattle starter Kevin Millwood took the loss and fell to 3-7 in his first start since June 27. He gave up three runs on eight hits in 6-2/3 innings, including a two-run shot to Rangers' third baseman and former Mariner Adrian Beltre, his 16th on the year.

The Mariners were led on offense by Casper Wells, who hit third. He finished 2-4 on the night, and third baseman Kyle Seager added a couple of hits and a walk. The M's hitters failed to score a run until the ninth inning though, and again provided an offensive effort that proved to be too little, too late. Seattle falls to 36-52 on the season.

For all news and information regarding the Seattle Mariners, please visit Lookout Landing. For updates and perspective on the Texas Rangers, head on over to Lone Star Ball or stop by SB Nation Dallas. You can also check out everything we have to offer at Baseball Nation.

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