Behold, this is what the Mariners' 10-run comeback looks like in all its scorekeeping glory
How does one aptly summarize the Mariners' historic, 10-run comeback over the Padres on Thursday night? Is it enough to simply explain that Seattle trailed, 12-2, after the fifth inning, only to win, 16-13? Should one enumerate each of the Mariners' 16 hits? What about a play-by-play of their nine-run seventh inning?
All of those would suffice, of course. But Mariners broadcaster Aaron Goldsmith has a succinct, and frankly beautiful, way to show the chaos of such a comeback:
Yes, that'll do it.