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George Kirby had nine strikeouts in five innings for his first win in nearly a month, and the Seattle Mariners beat the Oakland Athletics 4-3 on Tuesday night.





Josh Rojas had three hits, Luke Raley added two hits and an RBI, and Ty France drove in a pair of runs to keep the AL West-leading Mariners rolling on manager Scott Servais’ 57th birthday.





Coming off a 6-1 homestand, Seattle has won four straight and eight of nine.





“I feel like we’re starting to hit a stride but we still got so much room to do better,” Kirby said. “We’re pitching well, we’re hitting well. We’ve got a good team. It’s about time.”




Abraham Toro had an RBI single and JJ Bleday singled twice for Oakland. The A’s have lost five of six.





The game drew another low crowd of 5,624 to the Coliseum.



Not far away, the Oakland Ballers attracted a sellout crowd of more than 4,200. The Ballers are an independent minor league club in the Pioneer League that was formed in response to the A’s announced intention to relocate to Las Vegas.


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