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Mariners win 14 -10 in wild victory over A's

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SEATTLE, Wash. - Ben Broussard, playing because Richie Sexson was ejected, hit a two-run homer in the seventh to tie the game, and Jason Ellison scored the go-ahead run on a wild throw an inning later in the Mariners' wild 14-10 victory over Oakland. The Mariners took three of four in the weekend series.

Seattle's improbable win came after Oakland had erased a 6-0 deficit, scoring four runs in the sixth inning off Seattle reliever Chris Reitsma. But the combination of Kenji Johjima, Adrian Beltre, Broussard and Ellison helped get Reitsma off the hook.

Johjima led off the bottom of the eighth with a double off Oakland reliever Huston Street, who is 2-and-2 with the loss. Ellison ran for the catcher and Jose Lopez laid down a bunt to advance him to third. Street fielded the bunt but threw wide to first, allowing Ellison to race home with the go-ahead run.

Jose Guillen later added a two-run single for insurance. Sean Green pitched the eighth inning for the win. He's 4-1.

(The Associated Press contributed to this story.)

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