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White Sox beat Mariners 2-1 in 10 innings


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SEATTLE (AP) If you need to know what motivates Hector Noesi, check the front of his cap.

After going 7 1-3 strong innings in the Chicago White Sox's 10-inning 2-1 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Saturday night, Noesi put on a cap that read in front: Revenge NOE.

The Mariners were the object of his attention.

''When you don't believe in somebody, you need to show them,'' said Noesi, who was designated for assignment and eventually traded by Seattle to Texas this spring. The White Sox claimed him April 25 when the Rangers waived him.

The White Sox ended their four-game losing streak on Conor Gillaspie's RBI single with two outs in the 10th inning.

With Jordan Danks on second base, Gordon Beckham reached when Seattle shortstop Chris Taylor booted his grounder. Danks advanced to third and scored when Gillaspie, who entered as a pinch-hitter in the eighth, hit a hard single to right off Fernando Rodney (1-5).

''It's one of those tough ones where you don't really know if you should play through it,'' Taylor said, ''or try to break down and get rid of it quick. I decided to play through and it ended up getting an in-between hop. I should have made the play.''

Noesi worked into the eighth to give the Sox the shot at a win. He allowed an unearned run and five hits with four strikeouts and a walk.

''This is as good as he's pitched for us,'' White Sox manager Robin Ventura said. ''He was throwing strikes, getting ahead early. He pitched great. He got us into the eighth.''

Noesi said when he arrived in Chicago, pitching coach Don Cooper ''told me I can do it. That's why I'm getting better.''

It was Cooper who helped put his hat together.

''I wear every time I face my former teams,'' he said.

In four appearances against Seattle, he had gone 18 1-3 innings, not allowed a run and opponents were hitting .212 against him. In two seasons with Seattle, he was 2-14 with a 6.13 ERA in 36 appearances.

''It was a good game. He pitched good. You have to give him credit,'' Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano said. ''Really nothing else you can do in that situation. He's one of those guys that pitches good against us and is good against any team.''

The loss ended the Mariners' four-game winning streak.

Eric Surkamp (1-0) got the last two outs of the ninth for the win and Jake Petricka worked the 10th to pick up his eighth save.

James Paxton started for Seattle, his second outing since spending nearly four months on the disabled list with a strained left lat. He went 6 1-3 innings, allowing one run and six hits, striking out four.

SWEET LOU ENSHIRNED

Before the game, former manager Lou Piniella became the eighth member of the Mariners Hall of Fame. He managed from 1993 to 2002 and guided the club to its only four postseason appearances. Four players in the club's HOF - Alvin Davis, Edgar Martinez, Jay Buhner and Dan Wilson - were on hand.

Piniella gave an emotional 21-minute speech, breaking down to tears twice, once when talking about late broadcaster Dave Niehaus and at the end when thanking the fans for their years of support. ''I thank you, salute you,'' he closed, ''and will never forget you.''

TRAINER'S ROOM

Mariners: Utility player Willie Bloomquist had micro-fracture right knee surgery Friday and will not return this season. He will be on crutches for the next four to six weeks.

White Sox: Outfielder Adam Eaton has a strained right oblique that necessitated a trip to the disabled list.

 
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Players of the Game
Chicago

H. Noesi
IP 7.1
H 5
ER 0
BB 1
K 4
Seattle

J. Paxton
IP 6.1
H 6
ER 1
BB 0
K 4
 

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Chicago (A.L.) White Sox
HittersABRHRBIBBSOLOBAVGOBPSLG
Leury Garcia, 3B3000020.182.213.231
   a-Conor Gillaspie, PH-3B2011011.314.363.450
Alejandro De Aza, CF-LF5010014.243.309.357
Jose Abreu, DH4120011.304.363.613
Dayan Viciedo, LF-RF4000002.236.283.408
Alexei Ramirez, SS4021001.291.324.425
Paul Konerko, 1B4010011.236.277.373
Tyler Flowers, C4010002.248.303.369
Moises Sierra, RF3010000.233.261.342
   b-Jordan Danks, PH-CF1100001.095.224.190
Gordon Beckham, 2B3010000.222.267.347
Hector Noesi, P0000000.000.000.000
   Javy Guerra, P0000000.000.000.000
   Eric Surkamp, P0000000.000.000.000
   Jake Petricka, P0000000.000.000.000
Totals37210206    
a-struck out for Garcia in the 8th
b-hit into fielder's choice for Sierra in the 10th
Batting
2B - Jose Abreu (29, Paxton), Alexei Ramirez (24, Paxton)
SH - Gordon Beckham (3)
RBI - Conor Gillaspie (40), Alexei Ramirez (58)
2-OUT RBI - Conor Gillaspie (19)
SB - Alexei Ramirez (18, 2nd base off Paxton/Zunino), Jordan Danks (3, 2nd base off Rodney/Zunino)
Team LOB - 6
Fielding
DP - Beckham-A. Ramirez-Konerko, Beckham-A. Ramirez-Konerko-A. Ramirez-Konerko, Beckham-A. Ramirez-Konerko-A. Ramirez-Konerko-A. Ramirez-Beckham-Konerko
E - Gordon Beckham (10, Throwing)
Chicago (A.L.) White Sox
PitchersIPHRERBBSOHRERA
Hector Noesi 7.1510140 4.67
Javy Guerra 1100020 3.23
Eric Surkamp (W,1-0) 0.2000000 7.30
Jake Petricka (S,8) 1100000 2.02
Pitches-Strikes - Hector Noesi 92-66, Javy Guerra 15-11, Eric Surkamp 3-2, Jake Petricka 8-5
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Hector Noesi 7-10, Javy Guerra 1-0, Eric Surkamp 1-0, Jake Petricka 1-1
Batters Faced - Hector Noesi 27, Javy Guerra 4, Eric Surkamp 1, Jake Petricka 3
Seattle Mariners
HittersABRHRBIBBSOLOBAVGOBPSLG
Austin Jackson, CF4000021.268.328.384
Dustin Ackley, LF4010011.255.301.393
Robinson Cano, 2B4100001.332.398.467
Kendrys Morales, 1B4020011.218.253.296
   Chris Denorfia, PR0000000.234.288.307
   Fernando Rodney, P0000000.000.000.000
Kyle Seager, 3B4011001.278.345.478
Mike Zunino, C3010110.212.263.433
Logan Morrison, DH-1B4010004.221.276.352
Chris Taylor, SS4010001.372.391.465
Endy Chavez, RF2000010.260.290.353
James Paxton, P0000000.000.000.000
   Brandon Maurer, P0000000.000.000.000
   Yoervis Medina, P0000000.000.000.000
Totals3317116    
Batting
2B - Kyle Seager (26, Noesi)
SH - Endy Chavez (6)
RBI - Kyle Seager (71)
2-OUT RBI - Kyle Seager (26)
CS - Dustin Ackley (4, 2nd base by Noesi/Flowers)
Team LOB - 4
Fielding
DP - Paxton-Cano-Morales, Paxton-Cano-Morales-Cano-Taylor-Morales, Paxton-Cano-Morales-Cano-Taylor-Morales-Seager-Cano-Morales
E - Chris Taylor (3, Misplayed grounder)
Seattle Mariners
PitchersIPHRERBBSOHRERA
James Paxton 6.1611040 2.38
Brandon Maurer 1.2100010 4.73
Yoervis Medina 1100000 2.23
Fernando Rodney (L,1-5) 1210010 2.27
WP - James Paxton (1)
Pitches-Strikes - James Paxton 77-56, Brandon Maurer 21-14, Yoervis Medina 7-6, Fernando Rodney 19-13
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - James Paxton 11-2, Brandon Maurer 3-1, Yoervis Medina 1-1, Fernando Rodney 2-1
Batters Faced - James Paxton 23, Brandon Maurer 6, Yoervis Medina 3, Fernando Rodney 6
Game Information
Attendance - 40122
Game Time - 2:50
Temperature - 78
Umpires - Home - Mike DiMuro, First Base - Marvin Hudson, Second Base - Toby Basner, Third Base - Hunter Wendelstedt