ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - Mike Zunino homered an inning before adding an RBI single in Seattle's strange six-run outburst that included three Texas Rangers errors and a replay reversal that gave the Mariners a run in their 7-1 victory Monday night.
Roenis Elias (1-1) worked into the seventh inning with five strikeouts for his first major league victory in the left-hander's third career start.
The Mariners went ahead to stay in the fifth on Zunino's solo homer off Colby Lewis (0-1), who made his first big league start in 21 months after elbow and hip operations.
Seattle's six-run sixth got started when Robinson Cano hit a leadoff single and scored on Michael Saunders' triple to left-center - a ball that center fielder Leonys Martin bobbled without getting charged with an error. Kyle Seager followed with an RBI single that chased Lewis, and then things got interesting.
Dustin Ackley and Zunino had consecutive RBI singles after catcher J.P. Arencibia couldn't pull in a foul ball before reaching out and teetering over a camera well railing. Mix in two fielding errors, and the bases were loaded when Brad Miller hit a comebacker.
Relief pitcher Pedro Figueroa threw home, and umpire Paul Schrieber initially ruled a forceout even though Arencibia bobbled the ball on a transfer without dropping it or making a throw.
Seattle manager Lloyd McClendon challenged the call. After a review that took 3 minutes, 31 seconds, the umpires reversed their ruling, erasing the out and giving Seattle a run on the error by Arencibia.
Rangers manager Ron Washington immediately came out to argue and was ejected by crew chief Ted Barrett because managers aren't allowed to argue replay rulings. Washington's ejection came a night after Boston manager John Farrell became the first big league skipper tossed under those circumstances this season.
Umpires in New York confirmed the play was overturned because Arencibia never had secure possession while transferring the ball from his glove to his hand.
Orioles 7, Rays 1
BALTIMORE (AP) - Wei-Yin Chen took a four-hitter into the seventh inning and the Baltimore Orioles got their offense back on track against Chris Archer .
Matt Wieters and J.J. Hardy each had three hits, scored twice and drove in a run for the Orioles, who were coming off a three-game series against Toronto in which they scored only five runs in 30 innings.
In this one, Baltimore built a 6-0 lead over the first three innings and coasted to the finish. The Orioles had 13 hits, including five doubles.
It was by far the worst of Archer's 30 big league starts. The seven runs and 12 hits he allowed were both career highs, and his ERA jumped from 1.38 to 4.50.