Mariners 8 Indians 9 [box]: Usually an 8-1 lead is sufficient for most major league baseball teams, especially the Mariners. However, a seven-run fifth inning for the Indians tied the game, with the Tribe tacking on the go-ahead run in the seventh inning. The M's even had a chance to tie or win the game in the bottom of the ninth with the bases loaded, but Indians closer Chris Perez held off the late rally. Lookout Landing has your post game analysis. Next game: Today, Seattle (6-6) vs. Cleveland Indians (5-4), 7:10 pm PT, ROOT Sports, 3.5 games back.
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- Jamie Moyer is in the record books. In the Colorado Rockies' 5-3 victory over the San Diego Padres, at the age of 49, Moyer became the oldest pitcher in MLB history to ever record a win. And he did so in typical Moyer fashion — 12 groundballs, one strikeout and two walks. Congrats Jamie.
- Could the Mariners be sold? A well-supported Baseball Prospectus piece by Maury Brown lays out the argument.
- Jamal Crawford said off-the-record that he "needs" to be a Phoenix Sun. This story is probably being overblown, but it's not like Crawford would joke about something like this.
- ESPN's Joe Lunardi does not have Washington in his field of 68 in his first bracketology for the 2013 NCAA Tournament. This means absolutely nothing.
- The Seahawks announced their schedule for the 2012 season on Tuesday. Field Gulls breaks it down.
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