Jose Ruiz walked Tom Murphy with the bases loaded in the ninth inning after Kyle Lewis sparked a five-run rally with his latest home run, and the Mariners beat the Chicago White Sox 11-10 on Sunday for their second straight walk-off win.
Lewis hit a three-run home run in the eighth inning to fuel a five-run rally that tied the game, his fourth homer in six big league games. The rookie continued the pressure in the ninth, singling to help load the bases and set up Murphy's free pass.
The Mariners batted around twice, scoring five runs in the fourth and eighth innings. The late-inning rally wiped out an eight-run fifth by Chicago that included Wellington Castillo's grand slam.
Mallex Smith tied it at 10 with a single that scored pinch-runner Keon Broxton from second base.
Ruiz (1-3) gave up a single to Austin Nola, who had four hits, to open the ninth. Lewis singled and right fielder Ryan Cordell bobbled the ball, allowing Nola to move to third. He was replaced by pinch-runner Braden Bishop. After an intentional walk to load the bases, Ruiz walked Tom Murphy on six pitches.
Austin Adams (2-2) struck out Chicago's top three batters in the ninth for the win. He got Tim Anderson and Yoan Moncada on three pitches each.
Reynaldo Lopez (9-13, 5.35 ERA) will take the mound at Minnesota on Monday.