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HOUSTON | M’s jump on Verlander early in 8-6 win over Astros



HOUSTON  — Justin Verlander got pushed around by the Seattle Mariners early Thursday night, and then umpire Nic Lentz sent him off for an early shower.

Certainly not what the former Cy Young and MVP Award winner had in mind for his first shot at career win No. 200.

Seattle jumped on Verlander for six runs in two innings before the star right-hander was ejected for arguing a balk call in the Mariners’ 8-6 win over the Houston Astros.

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