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Padres overcome slow start to rally past Mariners 6-3

Wil power, baby.

MLB: San Diego Padres at San Francisco Giants Rick Scuteri-USA TODAY Sports

The Mariners started hot on Friday night, recording three runs through the first two innings of the night. The Padres managed to hunker down though, holding Seattle scoreless through the remainder of the game and scoring six straight. San Diego’s offensive surge was fueled by yet another Wil Myers home run that tied the game up at three apiece in the bottom of the fourth.

Fernando Tatis continued his dazzling return to the lineup with an RBI double in the fifth before Myers put the final points on the board in the sixth with a two-RBI base hit. Myers finished three-for-three on the night with a team-leading four RBIs.

Ryan Weathers was the Padres’ starter for the night, finishing with four strikeouts, two walks, and two earned runs. Drew Pomeranz and Emilio Pagan also combined to pitch three scoreless innings with two K’s each.

The Friars are back earlier this afternoon against the Angels at 12:10 p.m.