Found August 29, 2012 on Oregon Sports News:
This week the Mariners faced the Indians and the White Sox. The Indians were cleanly swept by the Mariners, and the series featured the return of Felix after his Perfect Game 2 weeks ago against the Rays. Safeco was decked out from head to toe in yellow, wearing “King of Perfection” Felix t-shirts and holding up “K” cards to make the entire stadium the King’s “Supreme Court.” Traveling to Chicago, it was a different, more southern experience, as Chicago’s South Side and their riotous fans, backed their staunch, well-hitting team to a 3-game sweep against our home-town M’s. The Mariners still continue to have one of the best records since the All-Star break, and are now 33-30 at home, which includes a 15-16 record home stand, the best in the M’s 36-year history. On the home stretch, the Mariners outscored their opponents 68-34—bye-bye Safeco Field rumors, hello Seattle Mariners. Game 1 against the Indians was won, 5-3, with all of the runs being scored on home runs. Center fielder M...
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