Mitch Haniger hit a three-run homer in the 10th inning, moments after Sam Haggerty had hit a double that meant the advantage, and the Seattle Mariners beat Red Sox 7-3 on Thursday from Boston.
On a cold night, the Mariners made the comeback despite connecting only three hits.
Haggerty placed the scoreboard 4-3 with his double against the Venezuelan Darwinzon Hernández (0-1). It was Seattle’s first hit since Ty France had tied the game with a two-run double off Nick Pivetta with two outs in the fifth act.
That hit broke the no-hitter game for right-hander.
Haniger, who walked two, came in in the 10th and hit his home run through right field. and the central, to reach five homers in the season.
Haggerty doubled on his only turn, after entering the game as a pinch-runner in the eighth inning. He leveled the score at 3 when he scored on a shot error, one inning after Boston had regained a one-run lead.
The dominican Rafael Devers hit a home run for Boston, which was riding easy thanks to Pivetta but was unable to preserve a 2-0, 3-2 lead.
The victory went to the Dominican Rafael Montero (2-0), who resolved the ninth inning blank.