When the Seattle Mariners tried to squeeze into the post-season race tonight, the Los Angeles Angels reminded them they’re outsiders, not just beating them, 5-4, but embarrassing them.
Zack Greinke and his bullpen combined to strike out 20 batters, the most in a big-league game this season. Whatever else happened Tuesday, when the Mariners kept coming on, that’s what will be remembered.
No team has ever struck out more often in a major league game, and it’s been done just four times. The Mariners? They’ve been the victims twice.
Seattle allowed two unearned runs in the first inning, and rookie …