SEATTLE (AP) - Dinelson Lamet took a no-hit bid into the seventh inning for the only major league team that's never pitched one, leading the San Diego Padres over the Seattle Mariners 9-4. Omar Narvaez lined a single with one out in the seventh to break up Lamet's try. The Mariners, meanwhile, avoided becoming the first club in the majors to be held hitless three times in a season. A pair of Los Angeles Angels pitchers no-hit the Mariners on July 12 and the Houston Astros combined to do it last Saturday.
SEATTLE (AP) - Seattle Mariners infielder Tim Beckham has been suspended 80 games as part of baseball's joint drug agreement after testing positive for a banned performance enhancer. Beckham's suspension is effective immediately and ends his season. He says he took a product from a trusted source who advised him that it was safe but that he accepts responsibility for his actions. The No. 1 overall draft pick in 2008 was hitting .237 with 15 home runs and 47 RBIs in 88 games this season, his first in Seattle.
CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) - Oregon State quarterback Jake Luton is getting another chance after a career marred by injuries. Luton was granted a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA and he's competing to be the Beavers' starter this year. Oregon State opens the season at home on Aug. 30 against Oklahoma State.
NEW YORK (AP) - Arike Ogunbowale hasn't let losing shake her confidence. She was the fifth pick in the draft by the Dallas Wings and like many talented first-year players, Ogunbowale has already lost more games than she did in her college career at Notre Dame. Ogunbowale says she knew her transition to the WNBA "would be challenging and my mindset was ready for it."