SEATTLE (AP) -- Kenji Johjima hit a tiebreaking RBI single in Seattle's four-run sixth and the Mariners rallied to beat Chicago 7-5. That's the White Sox' seventh straight loss.
Jeff Weaver allowed four runs and five hits in 7 2-3 innings for the Mariners to improve to 5-and-10. The Mariners moved within two games of the AL West-leading Angels. Seattle also kept its half-game lead over the New York Yankees in the wild-card race.
Chicago led 3-0 early but committed two errors and Ehren Wassermann threw a wild pitch in the sixth. Jim Thome went deep twice and A.J. Pierzynski also connected for the White Sox.