Seattle Mariners backup catacher Jesus Sucre, right, celebrates as Toronto Blue Jays catcher Russell Martin waits for the next batter after Sucre's first career home run in the second inning Saturday at Safeco Field.
Seattle Mariners backup catacher Jesus Sucre, right, celebrates as Toronto Blue Jays catcher Russell Martin waits for the next batter after Sucre's first career home run in the second inning Saturday at Safeco Field. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press
Seattle Mariners backup catacher Jesus Sucre, right, celebrates as Toronto Blue Jays catcher Russell Martin waits for the next batter after Sucre's first career home run in the second inning Saturday at Safeco Field. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press

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