Eric Wedge says this win tonight and on trip is a huge one for his team
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Eric Wedge says this win tonight and on trip is a huge one for his team

Seattle : WA : USA | Jun 06, 2012 at 11:38 PM PDT
Source: Seattle Times
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The 64 runs scored by Seattle in nine games is obviously not something we're accustomed to seeing. And the M's had five games of eight runs or more, so this obviously was not just the lone 21-run outburst in Texas. Tonight, it was an 8-6 win over the Angels, for Seattle's first series victory here in three... FULL ARTICLE AT Seattle Times
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Seattle Mariners manager Eric Wedge smiles during a MLB spring training camp in Peoria, Arizona.
Seattle Mariners manager Eric Wedge smiles during a MLB spring training camp in Peoria, Arizona.
 
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