ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Abraham Toro scored on a wild pitch by Brock Burke in the 10th inning to complete Seattle’s late-game rally over the Texas Rangers 6-5 on Sunday.
Seattle scored three in the ninth off Matt Bush, who had his third blown save this season, to tie the score 5-5. Ty France began the scoring with a one-out solo home run that landed just inside the right-field foul pole.
Diego Castillo (3-0) pitched a scoreless ninth inning for Seattle, and then in the 10th, Toro, an automatic runner, advanced to third base on a groundout by Dylan Moore and scored on ball four to Adam Frazier from Burke (3-1).
Paul Sewald pitched a scoreless 10th to earn his fourth save in six opportunities this season.
Eugenio Suarez had four RBIs for the Mariners, who have won the first two series of a nine-game trip. He had a solo home run in the fourth inning and a two-run double lined to right field in the ninth that tied the game.
“We had the right guy up at the right time,” Mariners manager Scott Servais said of Suarez, who has an eight-game hitting streak. “He’s a veteran guy who’s been in those positions. Our guys were locked in late, and that’s a credit to them. It was looking a little bleak there.”
Texas’ five runs were scored on home runs — including the first major-league homer for rookie Ezequiel Duran, who was recalled from Double-A Frisco before making his big-league debut on Saturday. Duran also singled in the second inning for his first hit in the majors.
Adolis Garcia, Marcus Semien and Mitch Garver also homered for the Rangers.
Texas manager Chris Woodward said usual closer Joe Barlow wasn’t available after pitching Friday and Saturday.
The Rangers had the potential winning run at second in the ninth with one out before Castillo struck out youngsters Duran and…