Mariners Finally Win in 14 Innings

Chicago White SoxKen Griffey Jr.Adrian BeltreKen Griffey Sr.

Pinch-hitter Ken Griffey Jr. lined a single offthe right-field wall with two outs in the bottom of the 14th togive the Mariners a 1-0 victory over the Chicago White Sox onWednesday night and end the longest scoreless game in Seattle's33-year history.

After the second seventh-inning stretch of the night, AdrianBeltre, eight days removed from the disabled list followingshoulder surgery, singled with one out in the 14th. Tony Pena (6-4)struck out Russell Branyan but walked Jack Hannahan, who wasplaying because shortstop Jack Wilson strained his hamstring in thefifth inning.

Griffey rekindled his Seattle magic of the 1990s by lining a 1-2pitch into the corner.

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