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Griffey Joins Mariner HOF, but Seattle Falls 10-0

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SEATTLE (AP) - Scooter Gennett capped Milwaukee's six-run seventh inning with a three-run homer off the glove of Seattle right fielder Michael Morse, and the Brewers ruined the Mariners' night honoring former star Ken Griffey Jr. with a 10-0 win on Saturday night.

Griffey was inducted to the team Hall of Fame before the game, then saw his old club give up two big innings to the Brewers. The first three Brewers reached in the seventh without the ball leaving the infield, but Gennett's homer was the big blow. The Brewers added four more in the ninth against Seattle's bullpen.

Tom Gorzelanny had his best performance of the season for the Brewers. Making his seventh start after beginning the season in the bullpen, Gorzelanny (3-4) gave up just three hits in seven innings.

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