For the second straight night, the Seattle Mariners -- who entered the series with a team batting average of .223 -- belted 15 hits against the Tigers and came away with another win, 9-1.
Tigers' starter Adam Wilk got roughed up for his second straight start, allowing six earned runs on eight hits in just two-plus innings. Thad Weber didn't fare much better in immediate relief, giving up three earned runs on seven hits in three innings.
The Tigers offense had seven hits and drew four walks, but could only manage one run against Felix Hernandez and co. Brennan Boesch, who had an RBI in Tuesday's loss, hit a solo homer in the third.
Hernandez picked up the win for the M's, improving to 9-0 in his last 10 starts against the Tigers.
The final game of this three-game series will be Thursday afternoon with first pitch slated for 1:05 p.m. ET.