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The Mariners crawl back towards .500 wait what do you mean we're 8 games over

San Diego Padres v Seattle Mariners
K is for Karns
Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images

Today, the Seattle Mariners did not lose. That is an exciting sentence to type! Things looked kind of grim early on and I have changed tacks for the recap multiple times, but the Mariners once again put together a powerful eighth inning and hopefully you got to return to your paddleboard or family picnic or whatever thing you were doing that wasn't sitting in front of the TV.

A crisp, refreshing wedge of watermelon: Kyle Seager, .339 WPA

Your aunt's super mayonnaise-y potato salad that's been sitting in the sun: Chris Iannetta, -.220

Padres' pitchers gave up just 3 BBs but the Mariners' pitchers were even better, only issuing 2 free passes. Padres' pitchers combined for 6 strikeouts, which equals the number Nathan Karns had all by his lonesome, as Mariners' pitchers combined for 10 strikeouts. Do with these numbers what you will.