SEATTLE (AP) -- Jason Vargas zipped through the Cleveland lineup and the top of the lineup provided just enough pop.
Vargas struck out seven in seven innings to end the Indians' four-game winning streak and give Seattle a 4-1 win Wednesday night.
"I was able to locate my fastball early in the game and kind of put them on the defensive," Vargas said.
Just 11,343 watched the game, setting a new record-low at Safeco Field, which was built in 1999. The previous low was 11,701 against Baltimore on May 31, 2011.
Brandon League pitched the bottom of the ninth for his fifth straight save.
Derek Lowe (2-1) pitched 4 1-3 innings, allowed two home runs, four earned runs and walked six -- one short of his career-high.
Chone Figgins and Ichiro Suzuki provided a brisk start for the Mariners. Figgins turned an eight-pitch at-bat into his eighth career leadoff home run and first of the season. It was Figgins' first home run since April 1, 2011.
"Usually try to get one a year," Figgins said. ...