If you have to pinch yourself today, you're not alone. The Mariners kept their playoff dreams very much alive Wednesday night, Sept. 29, with a 4-2 over the A's in front of a crowd of 17,366 (that sounded more like 40,000) at T-Mobile Park.
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The Mariners mixed quality starting pitching, solid bullpen work and pieced together just enough offense for a 4-2 win.
Mitch Haniger made Boston pay for a costly error by first baseman Kyle Schwarber, hitting a three-run home run with two out in the seventh inning, and the Seattle Mariners held on for a 5-4 win over the Red Sox on Monday night, Sept. 13.
NEW YORK — Mickey Callaway has been fired by the New York Mets after missing the playoffs in both his seasons as manager.
CINCINNATI — The Milwaukee Brewers clinched their second straight postseason appearance Wednesday night, with Ryan Braun’s grand slam sparking…