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The Generals, starting a two-game homestand Friday night.
I was at Riverside for the Generals and the Texas Marshals. No score until the top of the second, when Jake Miller comes through again. He had the game-winning rbi Thursday night, then drives in the Generals first run Friday night. The starting pitcher for the Generals in this one, Gabe Sequeira, last season's TCL Pitcher Of The Year. Sequeira goes seven, allows one run on seven hits with seven strikeouts. The Generals get two RBI's from Thomas Jeffries, as they get their fourth win in five games, 4-2. Cam Coursey with two hits, an RBI and a run scored. He just joined the team in the past two days from Georgia Gwinnett.Marco Gonzales won his fourth straight start and the surging Seattle Mariners beat the Tampa Bay Rays 4-3 Friday night for their 16th win in 20 games.
    
Gonzales (7-3) pitched into the eighth inning, leaving the game after taking a throw at first base too late to retire a sliding Mallex Smith. The left-hander gave up two runs and five hits in 7 1/3 innings.
    
Christian Arroyo had a solo homer in the fifth and C.J. Cron added a two-run shot in the eighth off former teammate Alex Colome to pull the Rays within a run.
    
However, Edwin Diaz got the final four outs for his 22nd save in 25 opportunities, finishing the Mariners' 20th one-run win of the season and sending the Rays to their eighth straight loss.
    
Singles by Guillermo Heredia and Daniel Vogelbach helped the Mariners take a 2-0 lead in the third inning off Rays starter Wilmer Font.
    
Mitch Haniger drove in one of the Mariners' two runs off Rays reliever Matt Andriese with a single in the fifth, pushing Seattle's lead to 4-0. It was Haniger's 47th RBI of the season, tying a career high.
    
Arroyo's first home run got the Rays on the board and Cron got them within one with his 14th.
    
Font (0-3) gave up two runs and two hits while striking out five in 2 1/3 innings in his first major league start. He became the 13th pitcher to start a game for the Rays this season.
    
An error on third baseman Kyle Seager - Seattle's first error in 16 games - gave the Rays a scoring opportunity in the third, but Gonzales struck out Matt Duffy with the bases loaded to end it.
    
Mariners first-base coach Chris Prieto was ejected by hime-plate umpire David Rackley in the middle of the ninth inning.
    
TRAINER'S ROOM
    
Mariners: RHP Juan Nicasio was placed on the 10-day disabled list with swelling in his right knee. ... RHP Dan Altavilla was also placed on the 10-day DL and returned to Seattle to have doctors check the tightness in his right forearm. ... RHP Nick Vincent (strained right groin) will pitch one inning in a rehab assignment this weekend.
    
Rays: RHP Chris Archer (left abdominal strain) is scheduled for a bullpen session Saturday and will face hitters Tuesday. ... CF Kevin Kiermaier (torn ligament in his right thumb) is lined up to start a minor league rehab assignment Tuesday with Class A Charlotte. ... SS Adeiny Hechavarria (right hamstring strain) could join Charlotte on Monday.
    
ADDED ATTRACTION
    
Fans watching batting practice got a treat when Ichiro Suzuki hit in the Mariners' last batting practice group. The 44-year old special assistant to the chairman, who started the season as a player before the team moved him into the front office position, sent around a dozen balls into the right-field seats. Suzuki had 3,089 hits over 18 years in the majors.
    
UP NEXT
    
Mariners: RHP Felix Hernandez (6-4) will make his 18th career start against Tampa Bay. He is 9-2 against the Rays including his perfect game on Aug. 15, 2012.
    
Rays: LHP Blake Snell (7-3) is coming off a start last Sunday in Seattle where he struck out 12 over six scoreless innings.
    
 

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