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• Left-handed reliever Charlie Furbush gave up two hits -- including a home run -- and two runs in his third rehab stint with Triple-A Tacoma on Wednesday as he works his way back from a strained bicep. Furbush will likely get at least one more rehab stint with the Rainiers while the Mariners are on the road this weekend in Anaheim.

• Hector Noesi allowed six hits and three runs over seven innings in Tacoma's 5-3 loss to New Orleans on Wednesday, with his record falling to 0-4 with a 7.24 ERA in six starts since being optioned to Triple-A.

• Tuesday's 8-7 loss to the Orioles snapped the Mariners' 21-game win streak when they'd totaled 15 or more hits. The Mariners had 18 hits in the 14-inning defeat, their first loss with 15 or more hits since May 31, 2009 at Anaheim.

• Due to conflicts with Seahawks football coverage, six Mariners games -- including this Sunday's contest from Anaheim -- will be broadcast on KTTH 770-AM instead of 710 ESPN Seattle. The other five games are Aug. 18 and 24 and Sept. 9, 16 and 30.

• Left-handed reliever Charlie Furbush gave up two hits -- including a home run -- and two runs in his third rehab stint with Triple-A Tacoma on Wednesday as he works his way back from a strained bicep. Furbush will likely get at least one more rehab stint with the Rainiers while the Mariners are on the road this weekend in Anaheim.

• Hector Noesi allowed six hits and three runs over seven innings in Tacoma's 5-3 loss to New Orleans on Wednesday, with his record falling to 0-4 with a 7.24 ERA in six starts since being optioned to Triple-A.

• Tuesday's 8-7 loss to the Orioles snapped the Mariners' 21-game win streak when they'd totaled 15 or more hits. The Mariners had 18 hits in the 14-inning defeat, their first loss with 15 or more hits since May 31, 2009 at Anaheim.

• Due to conflicts with Seahawks football coverage, six Mariners games -- including this Sunday's contest from Anaheim -- will be broadcast on KTTH 770-AM instead of 710 ESPN Seattle. The other five games are Aug. 18 and 24 and Sept. 9, 16 and 30.