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ST. Manny Machado Green Jersey . PETERSBURG, Fla. -- Roenis Elias came through with another positive start to follow up his first complete game. Elias won his second consecutive start, Dustin Ackley drove in three runs, and the Seattle Mariners beat the Tampa Bay Rays 7-4 on Saturday. Elias (5-4), coming off a three-hit shutout over Detroit last Sunday, was chased after giving up a two-run homer in the eighth to Evan Longoria that cut the Mariners lead to 7-4. The left-hander allowed four runs and five hits over 7 2-3 innings. "I felt really good out there," Elias said through an interpreter. "Im doing what Im capable of doing. Im working hard to keep that going." Elias struck out five and walked two. "I really liked what I saw today," Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon said. "Probably left him in a little bit too long." Ackley hit a three-run double off Alex Cobb (1-4) during a four-run fifth that put the Mariners ahead 7-2. Willie Bloomquist added an RBI double in the inning. "Thats huge," Ackley said of getting Elias the five-run lead. "At point hes throwing the ball well anyway. To have that kind of insurance definitely helps him." Fernando Rodney, the former Rays closer, pitched the ninth to get his 17th save in his first appearance at Tropicana Field since joining the Mariners as a free agent in February. James Loney homered for the Rays, who had a stopped a 10-game losing streak by beating Seattle 4-0 Friday night. The Rays celebrated the life of senior adviser Don Zimmer before the game. Zimmer died Wednesday night at 83. Joe Torre, Jim Leyland and Tommy Lasorda, along with more than 20 family members were present. "It was very emotional," said McClendon, who played for Zimmer on the 1989 NL East champion Chicago Cubs. "I thought it was very on." Bloomquist had an RBI single and Endy Chavez hit a sacrifice fly during the fourth. Cole Gillespie hit his first homer of the season, a solo shot in the second. It was Gillespies first homer since Sept. 28, 2011, while with the Los Angeles Dodgers. Seattle has won five of six. Cobb gave up seven runs and 10 hits in 4 1-3 innings. The right-hander is 0-3 in four starts since returning from a strained left oblique. "They had some really good at bats working and they just beat us up," Rays manager Joe Maddon said. "Just not Cobbs day." Loney had a solo shot and Ali Solis drove in a run with a sacrifce bunt as the Rays went ahead 2-1 in the second. NOTES: Ackley had two RBIs in his previous 16 games. ... Seattle 1B Justin Smoak (sore left leg) and OF Michael Saunders (sore right shoulder) were both out of the lineup. Smoak entered as a defensive replacement in the ninth. ... The Rays designated reliever Josh Lueke for assignment and recalled RHP Kirby Yates from Triple-A Durham. Yates entered in the seventh and threw 1 1-3 shutout innings in his big league debut. ... Seattle 2B Robinson Cano singled in the fifth and has a 16-game road hitting streak. ... Rays RHP Jeremy Hellckson (elbow) and C Ryan Hanigan (hamstring) started minor league rehab assignments with Single-A Charlotte. Hellickson gave up two hits in three shutout innings and Hanigan hit a two-run homer against Tampa. ... Seattle RHP Felix Hernandez (8-1) and Tampa Bay RHP Chris Archer (3-3) are Sundays scheduled starters. Manny Machado Authentic Jersey . The Jets (10-10-2) are sixth in the Central Division with 22 points, two points behind the fifth-place Dallas Stars. Chris Davis Blue Jersey . Who are some of the funniest teammates youve played with? Hartnell was pretty funny. Matt Greene, when I was in L.A. he was really funny it was comical. http://www.baseballoriolesshop.com/matt-wieters-orioles-jersey/ . Louis Cardinals beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 3-1 in Game 3 of their NLDS matchup to take a 2-1 series lead.CHICAGO -- The Minnesota Wilds high-percentage shootout specialists came through again. Devin Setoguchi and Erik Christensen scored in a shootout to help the Wild beat the Chicago Blackhawks 5-4 on Sunday night for their third straight victory. Setoguchi had a goal and two assists in regulation, then sealed the victory in the third round of the tiebreaker with a quick wrist shot that beat Ray Emery. Setoguchi is 4 for 7 in shootouts this season, while Christensen, who connected in the first round on a backhander, is 5 for 7. Although they had to settle for one point in the loss, the Blackhawks have lost only twice in regulation in their last 16 games (11-2-3) and are steaming back into the playoffs for the fourth consecutive season. The Wild, despite the late spurt, are buried deep in the Western Conference standings and will miss the post-season for the fourth straight time. Still, wins matter for Minnesota. "These games are important for a lot of teams," Setoguchi said. "These games are about pride and building toward next season. People might think, Theyre out of it," but its big for our club to finish strong and do things the right way instead of taking a vacation here." Patrick Kane had the lone Chicago goal in the shootout against Josh Harding. Dany Heatley, Kyle Brodziak and defenceman Clayton Stoner also scored for Minnesota, which won in a shootout for the second straight night. According to Minnesota coach Mike Yeo, Setoguchi was his teams standout player from the opening faceoff. "That might be (Setoguchis) best game that hes played in a Minnesota Wild jersey, to be honest with you, right from the start," Yeo said. "I think that hes really elevated his game, and its obviously been a trying season for him, but its really encouraging to see him going the way hes going right now." The game was physical, featuring three fights in the first 30 minutes. And the Blackhawks battled back from a 4-2 deficit in the second period to send it to overtime. Kanes second goal in regulation, during a power play with 2:45 left in the third period, to tie it at 4. Alone in the slot, Kane converted a feed from rookie Andrew Shaw after Patrick Sharp forced Minnesota defenceman Tom Gilbert to turn over the puck. Sharp and Viktor Stalberg also scored for Chicago. "It was good to get one point at least," Kane said. "Sometimes those teams are tough to play, with some young guys trying to prove themselves, and you could see at the start they were going to play chippy and make some kind of statement." Although the Blackhawks dropped their final home game of the regular season, they already had clinnched a playoff spot with a 5-4 victory Saturday night in Nashville and can finish no lower than sixth in the Western Conference. http://www.baseballoriolesshop.com/jim-palmer-orioles-jersey/. . They finished 27-8-6 at the United Center. Chicago has 98 points, tied with Nashville for third in the Central Division and fifth in the West. The Predators, however, have played one fewer game. The team that finishes sixth in the West will meet the third seed from the conference --this year, the winner of the Pacific Division -- in the opening playoff round. The sixth seed -- Chicago, Detroit or Nashville -- is assured of finishing with a better regular-season record than winner of the Pacific. And things are looking up for Chicago. The Blackhawks will get top defenceman Duncan Keith back after a five-game suspension for their next game, Thursday night at Minnesota. Theres also a chance that captain Jonathan Toews, who missed his 20th game with a concussion Sunday, will be back. He has been cleared to practice with contact. "Hopefully we get both (Keith and Toews)) back and we can become better as a team," Kane said. "Thats the biggest thing right now, working on these last two games, you want to move forward and get as high as you can in the standings. "But I think for all of us in here, we want to be confident about our team going into the playoffs, no matter who were playing or where were playing at." Harding made 31 saves through overtime, and Emery stopped 26 shots. Setoguchi opened the scoring at 10:11 of the first on a breakaway after taking Heatleys long feed. Crawford made a pad save on Setoguchis first shot, but the puck trickled underneath him, and Setoguchi stopped and slammed it in. Sharp tied it 34 seconds later. He connected from the slot after taking a centring pass from defenceman Nick Leddy, who had carried the puck in all the way down right wing. Heatleys tap-in power-play goal, capping a neat cross-ice passing play with Mikko Koivu and Setoguchi, put Minnesota ahead 2-1 just over 3 minutes later. Stalberg slipped past the Minnesota defence, took a feed from Brent Seabrook, cut to the net and tied it at 2 at 5:28 of the second. But Stoner pinched in and scored on a rebound of Setoguchis jam-in attempt 20 seconds later to put Minnesota back in front, 3-2. Then Brodziak added his 22nd goal, sweeping in a rebound while tumbling to the ice, 41 seconds later to make it 4-2. Kane cut it to 4-3 on a shot from the right circle at 8:20. Notes: Both Brodziaks goal (22nd) and Stalbergs (21st) extended career highs. ... Chicago LW Andrew Brunette, who had been playing on the Blackhawks top line with Kane and Marian Hossa, missed the game because of an undisclosed lower-body injury. 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