Ray throws no hit until the seventh and Mariners beat Nationals

Robbie Ray kept his locker blank until the seventh inning, Mitch Haniger and Eugenio Suarez hit two-run homers and the Seattle Mariners beat the Washington Nationals 4-2 Tuesday night.

Ray (10-8), who won the American League Cy Young Award with Toronto last season, walked two in six innings before giving up a home run by rookie Joey Meneses leading off the seventh. He left the mound to a cheer after an infield single by Lane Thomas with one out. He capped his work with seven strikeouts.

Paul Sewald gave up a run in the ninth perp for his 16th save.

The loss went to Erick Fedde (5-8) in his first start in a month after suffering shoulder problems. The right-hander allowed two runs in five innings.

For the Nationals, the Mexican Joey Meneses 4-2, with two runs scored and an RBI. The Dominican Nelson Cruz 4-0. The Venezuelans César Hernández 3-0; Ildemaro Vargas 3-0.

For the Mariners, the Dominicans Julio Rodríguez 4-0; Carlos Santana 4-2, with a run scored. The Venezuelan Eugenio Suárez 2-1, with one scored and two produced.

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