MLB: Seattle 2, Los Angeles Angels 1

April 28, 2013 at 7:11 PM

SEATTLE, April 28 (UPI) -- Jason Bay and Michael Morse rallied Seattle with late solo homers Sunday, lifting the Mariners over the Los Angeles Angels 2-1.

The Mariners were trailing 1-0 in the seventh when Bay connected off Angels starter Jason Vargas for a leadoff shot to make it 1-1. Morse pulled a 1-2 pitch from Vargas over the Angels bullpen and onto the left-field porch for the decisive blow with one out in the ninth.

The comeback made a winner of Carter Capps (2-1), who tossed two scoreless relief innings after starter Hisashi Iwakuma had held the Angels to one run over six innings.

Tom Wilhelmsen collected his eighth save with a 1-2-3 ninth as Seattle took three wins in a four-game set with Los Angeles.

Vargas (0-3) ended up yielding six hits and two walks in a complete-game loss.

Peter Bourjos got two hits for the Angels, who fell to 9-15.

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