ANAHEIM, Calif. — Well, hello Mariners. Welcome back to the postseason chase.
Tuesday’s 13-2 romp over the Los Angeles Angels snapped a three-game skid and, combined with Kansas City’s loss, left the Mariners just one game back in the wild-card chase with 12 games to go.
That it came somewhat gift-wrapped didn’t matter at all.
Sometimes, all it takes is a break to turn everything around, and the Mariners got a big one when baseball’s best player, Angels center fielder Mike Trout, misplayed a fly ball into a two-run double.
“I hit it, and I thought he had a bead on …