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Worth noting

Felix Hernandez remains in line to pitch Wednesday against the Astros at Safeco after having his start pushed back from Sunday due to a cramp in his back sustained in his last outing in Kansas City. Manager Eric Wedge said he'll be tested in the next day or two, but doesn't expect any problems.

"We'll have him [throw] off the mound for sure and make sure he works off that angle and that everything is fine," Wedge said Friday. "But he felt really good playing catch yesterday, so that was a big step for him. We'll see how he feels today and go from there."

• When Kyle Seager notched his 30th double of the season on Thursday, he became just the 11th Mariner to record more than one season with 20 homers and 30 doubles. Seager has 30 doubles and 22 homers this year after hitting 35 doubles and 20 home runs in 2012.

In franchise history, a 35/20 season has been accomplished 44 times by 19 different players. Edgar Martinez did it seven times.

• Seattle's 13-inning walk-off loss in Kansas City on Thursday was the team's 12th extra-inning loss this season, tying a club record set in 1982. The Mariners are 6-12 in extra innings.

The Mariners have suffered 11 walk-off losses this year. Since the start of 2010, Seattle's 47 walk-off losses are easily the most in the Majors, with the Cardinals and Reds tied for second at 36.

• Sunday's 1:10 p.m. PT game against the Rays will be broadcast on 770 AM (KTTH) due to a conflict with Seahawks football on 710 ESPN Seattle. The game will be televised live as usual by ROOT Sports.

• The Mariners hit nine doubles against the Royals over their last two games, five on Wednesday and four on Thursday.

• Over their last six games the Mariners are 5-for-50 with runners in scoring position. Their best mark in those contests was 2-for-12 on Wednesday.

Greg Johns is a reporter for Follow him on Twitter @GregJohnsMLB as well as his Mariners Musings blog. Jacob Thorpe is an associate reporter for
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