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Roundup: Mariners rip Yankees

Raul Ibanez again treated Yankee Stadium as his personal playground, hitting a grand slam and a two-run homer Wednesday night to help the Seattle Mariners rout New York, 12-2.

Ibanez’s slam came during a seven-run first inning. Yankees backup shortstop Alberto Gonzalez got the final out in the ninth inning in his first professional pitching appearance.

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Every Seattle starter had at least one of its season-high 16 hits and Jesus Montero was the only starter who failed to score a run in the Mariners’ best output this year.

The Mariners chased Phil Hughes after he got only two outs in the first. Trying to preserve his bullpen, Yankees manager Joe Girardi had Brett Marshall throw 108 pitches in his big league debut, then brought in Gonzalez.

Ibanez has connected three times in the first two games of his return to the ballpark in which — last year at 40 years old — he electrified crowds in late September and October with several key homers in the Yankees’ run to the AL Championship Series.

This time, the cries of ‘‘Ra-uuul!’’ were replaced by boos for Hughes (2-3) when Ibanez connected for his 11th career slam. Ibanez homered again in the fifth inning off Marshall.

Kendrys Morales, Michael Morse, and Michael Saunders each drove in a run in the highest-scoring first inning at the stadium that opened in 2009.

Padres 8, Orioles 4 — Alexi Amarista homered and doubled twice and San Diego matched its season-high with 17 hits, winning in Baltimore for a two-game sweep.

Everth Cabrera had four hits and a walk, and Jedd Gyorko had three singles for the Padres, who are 13-6 after a 5-15 start.

John Baker hit a go-ahead, two-run single in the second against Freddy Garcia (0-2), and Kyle Blanks hit a solo homer in a two-run fourth as San Diego took a 4-1 lead.

Indians 10, Phillies 4 — Jason Kipnis hit a three-run homer, Nick Swisher and Mike Aviles also went deep to back Corey Kluber, and Cleveland won in Philadelphia.

White Sox 9, Twins 4 — Adam Dunn homered twice, doubled, and drove in five runs to power visiting Chicago past Minnesota.

Dodgers 3, Nationals 1 — Zack Greinke came off the disabled list and pitched 5 strong innings in his first start since April 11 and host Los Angeles beat Washington.

Cubs 6, Rockies 3 — Jeff Samardzija hit a two-run home run and pitched eight strong innings for his first win since Opening Day as host Chicago beat Colorado.

Cardinals 4, Mets 2 — Rookie Shelby Miller followed up his nearly perfect one-hitter with 5 scoreless innings and host St. Louis scored the go-ahead run in the seventh on a wild pitch to beat New York.

Reds 4, Marlins 0 — Shin-Soo Choo hit two homers and four pitchers combined on an 11-hit shutout to help Cincinnati extend its winning streak to a season-best five games by beating host Miami.

Pirates 3, Brewers 1 — Wandy Rodriguez allowed one run over seven strong innings and Neil Walker hit a two-run single as Pittsburgh beat visiting Milwaukee.

Astros 7, Tigers 5 — Brandon Barnes caught Miguel Cabrera’s bases-loaded drive against the wall in right-center field for the final out, and Houston avoided a season sweep in Detroit.

Rangers 6, Athletics 2 — Nelson Cruz hit a three-run homer and Alexi Ogando earned his first career win against Oakland as visiting Texas took the rubber game.

Blue Jays 11, Giants 3 — J.P. Arencibia and Adam Lind each hit two-run home runs, Ramon Ortiz won for the first time since 2011, and host Toronto won its season-high fourth straight game.

Diamondbacks 5, Braves 3 — Paul Goldschmidt hit three doubles, Eric Chavez drove in three runs, and Arizona beat Tim Hudson and Atlanta in Phoenix.

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