Mariners' Nick Vincent: Makes first career start
Vincent fired two shutout innings with one hit and one walk allowed while striking out one against the Astros on Tuesday.
With scheduled starter Mike Leake (illness) a late scratch, Seattle turned to Vincent for his first career start. The 32-year-old pitched adequately over the two frames, but it's unlikely he'll be turned to for any further starts unless the Mariners elect to go the "bullpen game" route. Vincent has a 3.98 ERA with a 39:12 K:BB in 43 innings.
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