SEATTLE (AP) -- Dropping three of four immediately following the All-Star break, and being held to two runs of less in all three, is already bringing questions of what's wrong with the Cleveland Indians offense.
Terry Francona isn't worried, yet.
"We're not rolling but our pitching, thankfully, is keeping us in games," Francona said. "If our pitching keeps pitching like this, we're going to be just fine. We just have to keep plugging away."
The Indians couldn't capitalize on scoring chances early, and Seattle made solo homers from Kendrys Morales and Mike Zunino stand up in a 2-1 win over Cleveland on Monday night.
Seattle won its seventh straight, the longest current streak in baseball, and did it without manager Eric Wedge. During batting practice Wedge suffered dizziness and had to be helped off the field and into the Mariners clubhouse by team personnel.
He was later taken to a local hospital for tests and is expected to stay overnight.
"He's resting and he's feeling fine right ...