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Mariners feel like they're back in the game

Ichiro Suzuki -- 0 for 5 last night and 0 for 8 in the series -- hit the deck to avoid this pitch from old rival Daisuke Matsuzaka. Ichiro Suzuki -- 0 for 5 last night and 0 for 8 in the series -- hit the deck to avoid this pitch from old rival Daisuke Matsuzaka. (JIM DAVIS/GLOBE STAFF)
By Nick Cafardo
Globe Staff / April 12, 2007

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When listing teams that will occupy a pressure cooker this season, the Seattle Mariners would likely top the list. Another last-place finish (they've had three straight) and you're going to see heads roll. Manager Mike Hargrove's head. General manager Bill Bavasi's head. And you'd probably see Ichiro Suzuki heading to another team as a free agent. (Full article: 1005 words)

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