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Anthony Misiewicz earned the hold Monday against Oakland, allowing two runs on one hit over 0.2 of an inning with two strikeouts and one walk.
Despite earning the hold, Misiewicz was charged with both runs in the eighth inning Monday that tied the game. After putting runners on the corners followed by two straight strikeouts, Misiewicz was relieved by J.T. Chargois who allowed both of those runners on base to score.
Anthony Misiewicz earned the hold Friday against Texas, striking out the side.
It was the 10th hold of the season for Misiewicz, who has had a bit of an up-and-down season out of the Mariners bullpen.
Anthony Misiewicz earned the hold Tuesday against Oakland, recording the final two outs of the eighth inning with one strikeout and one walk.
Misiewicz inherited a runner on second base with one out in the eighth inning. The runner, Ramon Laureano, went on to score on a throwing error by catcher Tom Murphy. Misiewicz went on to work around a walk to finish off the inning with the Mariners holding onto a 4-3 lead.
Anthony Misiewicz took the loss Sunday against the Padres, allowing three runs on four hits while failing to record a single out.
After starter Justin Dunn allowed one hit (a home run) through the first five innings, Misiewicz took over on the mound, allowing one run while he was in the game and departing with the bases loaded and nobody out. JT Chargois went on to allow two of those runners to score, both of whom were charged to Misiewicz.
Anthony Misiewicz earned the hold Sunday against Cleveland, working out of a bases loaded jam to toss a scoreless inning.
Misiewicz loaded the bases with one out, but forced a double play to get out of the jam and maintain the Mariners 3-2 lead.