It's been nearly a month since the Seattle Mariners won three in a row.
They could change Saturday at Target Field against the Minnesota Twins if Aaron Harang delivers like he did earlier this week.
After dropping a season-high eight straight, Seattle (24-31) won four of six to close out May. Friday's 3-0 series-opening victory was the Mariners' ninth win in 10 games against the Twins (23-29).
Winner of eight of 11 in Minneapolis, Seattle will go for its first 3-0 stretch since May 1-4 with Harang (2-5, 6.51 ERA) coming off one of the best starts of his career. The right-hander threw a four-hitter with a season-best eight strikeouts in Monday's 9-0 home win over San Diego for his first shutout and complete game since 2009.
"The big thing was coming out and pounding the strike zone and getting ahead in the count," he said.
Harang's only start against the Twins came during his 2002 rookie season with Oakland.
Kevin Correia (5-4, 3.96) will get the ball for Minnesota, which had its fou...