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Originally published Wednesday, June 30, 2010 at 7:05 PM

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Hernandez shuts down Yankees in 7-0 win

Felix Hernandez followed Cliff Lee with a gem of his own, pitching a two-hitter, and the Seattle Mariners secured their first road series win since April with a 7-0 victory over the New York Yankees on Wednesday night.

AP Sports Writer

NEW YORK —

Felix Hernandez followed Cliff Lee with a gem of his own, pitching a two-hitter, and the Seattle Mariners secured their first road series win since April with a 7-0 victory over the New York Yankees on Wednesday night.

Michael Saunders connected for two of the light-hitting Mariners' four homers to support Hernandez in his third complete game this season and 10th overall. It was his career fourth shutout and first since June 16, 2009, at San Diego.

Hernandez (6-5) and Lee are a major reason why the Mariners have won nine of 12. Lee threw his third straight complete game in a 7-4 win Tuesday night and King Felix, in his third start in a row to go nine innings, might have been more perplexing to Yankees batters Wednesday.

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