ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Logan Morrison hit a go-ahead RBI double during Seattles two-run 12th inning, and the Mariners hung on to beat the Los Angeles Angels 3-2 on Saturday night. The AL West rivals played extra innings for the second straight night, less than 24 hours after the Angels won the series opener 3-2 in 16 innings. Los Angeles remained 1 1-2 games behind AL West-leading Oakland. Joe Thatcher (0-1) gave up a leadoff double in the 12th to Kyle Seager before Morrison drove him in with a hit down the left field line. Pinch-hitter Justin Smoak drove in pinch-runner Willie Bloomquist with an infield hit. Dominic Leone (3-2) pitched one-plus inning for the victory after taking the loss Friday. Leone was pulled after he gave up a leadoff homer to David Freese. Charlie Furbush got three outs for his first save in four major league seasons. Howie Kendrick legged out a leadoff double in the Angels ninth after his line drive ticked off the glove of shortstop Brad Miller and into short left field. But Brandon Maurer struck out Freese and retired Efren Navarro on a popup before Chris Iannetta struck out for the fourth straight time. Five-time All-Star Felix Hernandez yielded an unearned run and just two hits in seven innings with nine strikeouts and four walks. This was the 12th consecutive start in which the 2010 AL Cy Young Award winner threw at least seven innings and allowed two runs or fewer. The Angels only hit against Hernandez through the first six innings was a leadoff double to left-centre in the fourth by All-Star MVP Mike Trout. The right-hander, who started for the AL in the All-Star game, took a 1-0 lead into the seventh and walked Albert Pujols and Josh Hamilton with none out before giving up the tying run. Miller made a diving stop of Kendricks single behind second base and threw wildly past first base, allowing Pujols to score. Hernandez minimized the damage by fanning Iannetta with runners at second and third. Iannetta is 2 for 20 lifetime against Hernandez. Garrett Richards, who came in with the same 11-2 record as Hernandez, allowed a run and three hits in eight innings and struck out seven. The right-hander retired his first 15 batters on just 49 pitches and struck out the side in the fourth before giving up a leadoff double in the sixth to Dustin Ackley and a line-drive RBI single by No. 9 hitter Jesus Sucre. NOTES: Hernandez has allowed only two home runs to the last 456 batters he has faced over his last 16 starts and 118 2-3 innings. ... Huston Street pitched a scoreless ninth in his Angels debut following a trade Friday with the San Diego Padres. He became the Angels 29th pitcher this season, tying the franchise record set in 1996. 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The Tiger-Cats, who are playing their first three games of the season on the road, were scheduled to open Tim Hortons Field against the Ottawa Redblacks on July 26. The Winnipeg Blue Bombers were to visit for the second game five days later. "After holding our home pre-season game on campus last month, we know that we can deliver an outstanding entertainment experience at McMaster," said Tiger-Cats CEO Scott Mitchell in a statement. In the coming weeks, we will have greater certainty regarding our August 16 game, but the builders remain adamant that Tim Hortons Field will be ready no later than Labour Day. While we are disappointed our fans will have to wait to visit our incredible new stadium, we know the world-class experience provided at Tim Hortons Field will exceed everyones expectations when it is complete." "There was a continuing effort to try to make a solution work and bring some solutiions forward, but at the end of the day it came down to most importantly was it going to be safe, if so if they could get a temporary situation settled, what was the experience going to be like and the answer was clearly it wasnt going to be as good as we needed it to be," Mitchell later said on TSN Drive with Dave Naylor.dddddddddddd. The Ticats announced the two relocated home contests will be played at Ron Joyce Field at McMaster University in Hamilton. Last year, the Ticats played their entire season at the University of Guelph while the new stadium was under construction. In a statement, the City of Hamilton said the new building "will not be safe and ready for occupancy by (July 26 and 31)". Hamiltons next chance to open the stadium will be Saturday, August 16 against the Calgary Stampeders. Tim Hortons Field will also host the Pan and Parapan American Games next summer. 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