Mariners win a thriller in extras with a walk-off win over the White Sox 2-1!

Game three of this four game set with Chicago turned into a pitchers' duel. As the Mariners battled to earn their eighth consecutive home series win. Mitch Haniger would deliver the clutch walk-off hit in the 10th.
Chicago White Sox v Seattle Mariners
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Both starting pitchers Bryce Miller and Jonathan Cannon were dealing in Wednesday's game between the Mariners and White Sox. Each pitcher held their opponents scoreless through the first six innings of Wednesday's game. In what was surprising pitchers duel between two right-handed pitchers.

Bryce Miller was coming off a rough outing in Kansas City in which he gave up seven earned runs over five innings of work. Miller clearly shook off the bad outing from last Friday, as he turned in a gem for the Mariners Wednesday night. He tosses seven shut-out innings for the Mariners, striking out eight, as he gave up just two hits while walking two. Miller baffled White Sox hitters all night, as he delivered one of his best starts of the season.

Bryce Miller threw a gem for the Mariners

Jonathan Cannon went deeper then he has gone in any game for his entire career. He threw six scoreless innings, before the Mariners' Luke Raley broke the scoreless tie with a solo home run to right. The home run was Cannon's lone blemish in what was a good game for him. Cannon's final line was 7 IP, 1 ER, 4 H, 1 BB, and 7 K.

Austin Voth came on in relief for the Mariners in the eighth inning and fired a scoreless eighth. Striking out Lenyn Sosa, Corey Julks, and Korey Lee in order in what was a fantastic hold by Austin Voth.

Jordan Leasure came on in relief for the White Sox in the eighth inning trying to keep the score at 1-0. The Mariners put traffic on the bases right away, as Tyler Locklear singled to begin the eighth. After Victor Robles pinch ran for Locklear, Ryan Bliss bunted him over to second. Unfortunately, Robles misread the blooper to center field from J.P. Crawford, which was snared by White Sox shortstop Paul DeJong, who flipped the ball to second for the double play.

With Andres Munoz still dealing with a sore back and Ryne Stanek likely unavailable, it was up to Mike Baumann to get the save. Luis Robert made that moot quickly, with a solo home run to left field on the first pitch of the ninth, tying the game at 1-1. Andrew Vaughn flew out to deep left center field, as Victor Robles made a nice catch at the wall. Then Gavin Sheets walked, later advancing to second on a wild pitch. Baumann regrouped to strike out Paul DeJong, as manager Scott Servais would then turn to left-handed pitcher Tayler Saucedo.

The White Sox countered by pinch hitting right-handed hitter Danny Mendick for left-handed hitter Oscar Colas. Tayler Saucedo made a nice play on a ground ball back to the mound and flipped the ball to first for the out. Getting the Mariners out of trouble, stranding Sheets at second.

Michael Kopech would come on in relief for the White Sox in the ninth. Kopech struck out Josh Rojas to begin the ninth. Julio Rodriguez worked the count full, then drew a walk to put the winning run on first. Kopech was able to battle back to get Cal Raleigh to strike out swinging. Then Kopech was able to get Luke Raley to fly out to left field to retire the side.

Trent Thornton came on in the 10th inning trying to keep the score at 1-1. Zach DeLoach moved runner Danny Mendick on to third with a ground out to Luke Raley at first. Josh Rojas fielded a ground ball from Lenyn Sosa, looking back the runner at third, before throwing to first to get the second out of the inning. The White Sox had Andrew Benintendi pinch hit for left fielder Corey Julks. Trent Thornton would strike out Benintendi to retire the side.

Steven Wilson would come on in relief in the 10th inning for the White Sox. Mitch Garver flew out to left field to start the 10th inning. The White Sox intentionally walked Dominic Canzone, to try and set up the double play, as Mitch Haniger pinch hit for Victor Robles. Mitch Haniger would finally end the game with a walk-off single to right to drive in Luke Raley, as the Mariners won 2-1. The walk-off win gave the Mariners their eighth consecutive home series win!