RP - SEA
Paul Sewald earned the save on Friday against the Angels, allowing one hit with two walks over one scoreless inning.
It was the fourth time in five days Sewald took the mound. He was able to work around a bases loaded jam that included two intentional walks to hold off the Angels and secure the Mariners sixth straight win.
Paul Sewald earned the save on Thursday against Oakland, allowing one run on one hit over one inning with two strikeouts.
After getting the day off on Wednesday following back-to-back days of work, Sewald was back out there to secure the Mariners first four-game sweep in Oakland in franchise history. He did allow a solo home run to Matt Olson, but otherwise was able to secure the win and record his 10th save on the season.
Paul Sewald earned the hold on Tuesday against Oakland, allowing one hit over one scoreless inning with two strikeouts.
After earning the five-out save on Monday, he was right back out there in the eighth inning against the top of the Athletics lineup. He worked around a two out double by Starling Marte to maintain the Mariners 4-2 lead.
Paul Sewald earned the save on Monday against Oakland, tossing 1.2 perfect innings with three strikeouts.
Sewald entered the game with two runners on base and one out in the eighth inning, striking out Matt Olson and Matt Chapman to get the Mariners out of the jam before tossing a quick 1-2-3 ninth inning.
Paul Sewald blew the save on Tuesday against Houston, allowing a game-tying two-run long ball hit by Alex Bregman.
It was a brutal appearance for Sewald, who walked Jose Altuve to open the inning. He fell behind Michael Brantley, who hit a ball that was caught at the warning track before again falling behind Alex Bregman who took full advantage of a fast ball left up the middle.