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The Mariners lost their 100th game of the year on Saturday

Oct 3, 2010, 9:50 AM EDT

Some MLB teams are entering this final day of the regular season with an eye on clinching a playoff spot. Others are hoping to avoid loss No. 101. The Mariners dropped their 100th game of the season...

Some MLB teams are entering this final day of the regular season with an eye on clinching a playoff spot.  Others are hoping to avoid loss No. 101.

The Mariners dropped their 100th game of the season on Saturday night with a 5-3 loss to the A’s at Seattle’s Safeco Field.  David Pauley allowed four runs over seven innings, Chone Figgins went 0-for-4, and the M’s were shut down by Oakland starter Brett Anderson. 

Seattle manager Daren Brown, who is 19-30 since taking over for Don Wakamatsu in mid-August, spoke to the Everett Herald after the game.

“I don’t look at it as a milestone,” Brown said. “A milestone is
something you’re going to remember.”

The M’s opened this season with hype and promise, but a lack of power plagued them all year long and they were easily out-hit on most nights.  Felix Hernandez had a season worthy of Cy Young hardware and guys like Jason Vargas and Doug Fister also pitched well, but Seattle simply couldn’t score runs and will finish the year ranked last in hits, doubles, triples and home runs.  General manager Jack Zduriencik will look into changing that this winter.

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