Mariners scoreless again
ARLINGTON, Texas -- A day after snapping a 21-inning scoreless streaks, the Seattle Mariners find themselves starting another one. After doing all their scoring in the fifth and sixth inning of Tuesday's win, the Mariners went back to their scoreless ways on Wednesday, getting shut out by lefty Robbie Ross Jr. and the Rangers in a 5-0 loss at Globe Life Park. The new runless streak is at 12 innings. And the Mariners have now been shut out in three of their last five games. Ross, in just his first year as a starter, was brilliant, pitching 7 2/3 scoreless innings, scattering five hits, striking out two and walking none. He wasn't overpowering, just efficient, getting 16 ground ball outs...