ARLINGTON -- Adrian Beltre hit for the cycle and had five hits to help the Seattle Mariners win their fourth straight game, beating the Texas Rangers 12-6 on Monday night.
Beltre, who had the third five-hit game of his career, became
the fourth Mariners player to hit for the cycle with an RBI triple
off Josh Rupe in the eighth.
Beltre homered in the second, had an RBI single in the fourth
and singled in the sixth off Rangers starter Matt Harrison. He
doubled off Rangers reliever Luis Mendoza (3-7) in Seattle's
Beltre's bid for a six-hit game came up short when he grounded
out in the ninth.
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