Mariners find another way to rally, take series opener in Boston
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The Seattle Times

Two bunts and a bomb? It’s not exactly the typical modern plan for offensive success, well, except for the home-run aspect. But on a frigid night at Fenway Park with windchill temperatures just above freezing, the Mariners used a pair of sacrifice bunts and a big blast to rally for a 7-3 victory over the Red Sox. So how did the Mariners utilize those things for their sixth come-from-behind victory of the season? Down 3-2 in the eighth inning, catcher Luis Torrens worked a leadoff walk against Red Sox reliever Adam Ottavino. Torrens was immediately replaced by pinch runner Sam Haggerty, which w…

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