Dae-Ho Lee drove in two runs and Leonys Martin had three hits to help Nathan Karns get his first win in almost a month as the Seattle Mariners beat the St. Louis Cardinals 5-4 on Saturday night. Karns (6-2) gave up four runs and five hits in five innings for his first victory since May 30, and Steve Cishek got the last three outs for his 17th save of the season. The Mariners loaded the bases agains Mike Leake (5-5) in each of the first two innings. Lee had two-run single in the first and Adam Lind followed with an RBI single to make it 3-0. In the second, a hard ground ball from Cruz got away from third baseman Jhonny Peralta to drive in a run. Seager's grounder was mishandled by Matt Carpenter
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Angels 1B/DH Albert Pujols went 2-for-5 in Saturday’s 7-3 loss to the Athletics, belting a solo home run in the fifth inning off of Dillon Overton. The blast was No. 574 of the veteran’s career, breaking a tie with Harmon Killebrew to put him in sole possession of 11th place on the all-time home run leaderboard. Pujols now has his sights on Mark McGwire, who hit 583 home runs and his 10th on the list. Frank Robinson is not far beyond that with 586 followed by Sammy Sosa’s 609. Pujols also homered on Friday and now sits with 14 on the season along with 48 RBI and a .233/.308/.409 triple-slash line. If the season were to end today, his .716 OPS would be by far a career low. He hasn’t finished a