SEATTLE The Seattle Mariners don't have many of these games.
You know, drama-free, nondescript, easy wins. On most nights, it's an inning-by-inning grind that comes down to their final at-bat.
But on Saturday, the Mariners made it look simple, bashing four homers and getting decent starting pitching and solid relief work from the bullpen in a 7-2 victory over the Colorado Rockies.
The Mariners grabbed a 1-0 lead two pitches into the second inning. Robinson Cano jumped on a 1-0 sinker from Rockies' starter Yohan Flande and hammered it off the facade of the upper deck in deep right for his 16th homer of the season.
Seattle continued to add...