By Joe Haakenson, AngelsWin.com Contributor -
APRIL 24, 2002
GAME 21 - ANGELS AT MARINERS
SEATTLE -- It's difficult to determine which was a bigger
surprise Wednesday night. Was it a loss by the Seattle Mariners, only the
second in their past 16 games? Or was it Orlando Palmeiro, with six home runs
in 11-plus professional seasons, batting third for the Angels?
The two were related, as Palmeiro had three hits in helping
the Angels salvage one victory in the three-game series with the Mariners, a
10-6 win before 37,212 at Safeco Field.
Angels starter Jarrod Washburn (2-2), who gave up three runs
and six hits in 6 2/3 innings, won both of his starts on the road trip, the
only games the Angels won in their seven games against the A's and Mariners.
The Angels had a season-high 16 hits, including four by
Bengie Molina and three each by Garret Anderson and Troy Glaus. It was the
Angels' first win in seven games against the Mariners this season.
The Angels got another we...