That little 21-8 drubbing the Seattle Mariners laid on the Texas Rangers tonight did more than give them a series win – it evened out the season series, 5-5.
After making a little offensive history, the Mariners were all smiles in the clubhouse.
“A little above normal,” said Justin Smoak, who hit two home runs and had six RBI. “When everybody’s getting hits and scoring runs, it’s a lot of fun.”
Seattle scored eight runs in back-to-back innings for the first time in franchise history – and just the eighth time in major league history
“You’re seeing their potential,” manager …