On June 2 2016 — 2016 – Trailing the Padres 12 – 2 after five innings, the Mariners suddenly wake up and score 14 runs in two innings to escape with a 16 – 13 win, the biggest comeback in team history. In the 6th, Kyle Seager hits a two-run, bases loaded single, followed by a three-run pinch-hit homer by Dae-Ho Lee, then in the 7th the M’s score nine times to take the lead for good. For the Padres, the roller-coaster ride continues, as in consecutive games they have given up double-figure runs, scored double-figure runs, and then done both in the same game.
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