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Seattle Mariners score five in the ninth to stun Boston Red Sox

Mariners win, 5-3

The Seattle Mariners scored five runs in the ninth inning Friday night to send the Red Sox to their fifth straight loss, 5-3, at Fenway Park. ...

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Mariners win, 5-3

The Seattle Mariners scored five runs in the ninth inning Friday night to send the Red Sox to their fifth straight loss, 5-3, at Fenway Park.

Boston closer Koje Uehara came on to protect a five-run lead in the ninth and allowed five runs on five hits, with all the runs scoring after two outs. Logan Morrison singled and stole second before Endy Chavez walked. Chris Denorfia came on to pinch hit for Brad Miller and singled to load the bases. Austin Jackson doubled to left for two runs, Dustin Ackley singled to left for two runs and a 4-3 Mariners lead, and Robinson Cano capped the rally with an RBI single.

Yoenis Cespedes belted a three-run homer in the sixth for the Red Sox.

Boston pitcher Joe Kelly worked five shutout innings, with Seattle starter Felix Hernandez working on a shutout before Cespedes’ blast with one out in the sixth.