Giants beat Mariners for fourth consecutive time, 6-4
San Francisco has stayed in alive in the National League playoff race. Seattle's hopes for postseason in the American League are slipping away.
The Giants beat the Mariners for the fourth consecutive time, 6-4 Thursday in San Francisco.
San Francisco (25-24) won two two-game sets against Seattle (22-28).
The Mariners now play three games at San Diego — but as the home team, just as they had been at San Francisco. The San Diego games were also moved from T-Mobile Park because of air quality in Seattle.
Yusei Kikuchi pitches in Friday's 6:40 p.m. game opposite San Diego's Chris Paddack.
The Mariners have 10 games left in the 60-game season. In the A.L. wild-card race, they trail Cleveland (27-23) and Toronto (26-23), with four other teams right behind them.
The Giants rallied from down 4-1 Thursday. J.P. Crawford had a two-run single for Seattle.
Wilmer Flores had two hits and two RBIs for the Giants, the big hit being a two-run triple in the seventh inning. Darin Ruf hit a solo homer earlier.
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