Jared Shuster allowed just one hit in six innings for his first career win, and the Atlanta Braves won a series over Seattle for the first time in 12 years, beating the Mariners 3-2 on Sunday.
Shuster (1-2) struck out seven with just one walk in his fourth major league start. After starting the day with a 7.24 ERA, the rookie lefty made a strong case for continued consideration in a rotation that has lost Max Fried and Kyle Wright to injuries.
Jarred Kelenic led off the second with his ninth home run for the Mariners, with the only hit coming off Shuster. Kelenic struck out in his next three at-bats.
Atlanta led 3-1 before Jose Caballero hit his first major league homer, an eighth-inning liner to left field off Nick Anderson.
Cuban Raisel Iglesias pitched a perfect ninth inning, with two strikeouts, to reach three saves in four chances.
Travis d’Arnaud had two hits, including his first home run of the season, for Atlanta.
Seattle right-hander George Kirby (5-3) gave up three runs in seven innings as the Mariners closed out a 4-5 road trip.
For Mariners, Panamanian José Caballero 1-1 with a run scored and one produced. The Dominican Teoscar Hernández 3-1.
For Braves, Puerto Rican Eddie Rosario 3-1 with an RBI. Venezuelan Orlando Arcia, Ronald Acuña Jr. 1-4 with a run scored. The Dominican Marcell Ozuna of 3-1.