The Los Angeles Dodgers could not get back into the win column against the Seattle Mariners, as they fell 4-3 in Monday’s series opener at T-Mobile Park.
Dustin May struggled out of the gate, allowing a two-run home run to Jose Marmolejos in the first inning that barely cleared the right-field fence. He then gave up a solo shot to Taylor Trammell in the second that extended the Mariners’ lead to 3-0.
The right-hander settled down for the most part after that, retiring nine of his final 12 batters faced. May allowed one more run in the fourth, but it was unearned as Chris Taylor booted a routine grounder that prolonged the inning and gave Trammell the opportunity to drive in Luis Torrens with an RBI double.