Jean Segura finished with four hits, while Mike Leake threw 7.2 innings of shutout baseball for the Mariners. Leake struck out six and walked one, while holding the Athletics to just two hits. Although, Brett Anderson had a similar outing, with 7.2 shutout innings for his longest outing in the majors since June 16th, 2015 for Oakland.
The A's dropped two games behind the Houston Astros for the top spot in the AL West, as the defending World Series Champions snapped out of their slump. Nick Martini had three hits, while Matt Olson added two in the A's shutout loss. Petit suffered his third loss out of the bullpen after surrendering the game-winning blast to Gordon, who has just two of them on the season. His only other home run came against the Cleveland Indians in the third game of the season on April 1st.
James Pazos got his third win for Seattle after retiring just one batter in extra innings. Edwin Diaz came on for the bottom of the 12th to record his 47th save in his 50th opportunity.
Both teams had chances to win the game earlier, as the Mariners stranded runners in the ninth and 11th innings, while the A's did so in the 10th. Seattle will return home this weekend to host the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Athletics will stay home for a crucial series with the first-place Astros.