The Cleveland Guardians defeated the Seattle Mariners on the road on Tuesday night by a final score of 5-2, snapping back-to-back losses for Cleveland.

For Cleveland (4-2), the Guardians got on the board in the 4th inning when third baseman Jose Ramirez scored off a fielding error by Seattle, while designated hitter Bo Naylor hit a two-run home run a short time later to give Cleveland a 3-0 lead. Later in the 5th inning, shortstop Brayan Rocchio scored off a throwing error by the Mariners to give Cleveland a 4-0 lead. Finally in the 7th inning, outfielder Tyler Freeman hit a sacrifice fly to score a run and give Cleveland a 5-0 lead.

Starting pitcher Shane Bieber got his second win of the season for going 6.0 innings, striking out nine batters, and allowing six hits and no walks for no runs. Closer Emmanuel Clase got his second save of the season for going the entire 9th inning, striking out two batters, and allowing one hit for no runs.

For Seattle (3-3), the only runs for the Mariners came in the 7th inning when third baseman Josh Rojas hit an RBI double and shortstop J.P. Crawford grounded out to score a run to cut the Cleveland lead to 5-2, which ended up being the final score.

Starting pitcher Luis Castillo suffered his second loss of the season for going 5.2 innings, striking out seven batters, but allowing 10 hits and a walk for four earned runs.

The Guardians will wrap up their three-game road series against the Seattle Mariners on Wednesday, April 3rd, with first pitch set for 4:10 p.m.