Seattle's nine-run third inning, highlighted by Mike Carp's grand slam, did the Indians in on a rainy Monday afternoon as the Mariners beat the Tribe 12-6 in seven innings.
Carp had 5 RBI's for the Mariners, four of them coming on a 455-foot grand slam off Indians reliever Chad Durbin.
The Indians scored three runs in the first when Asdrubal Cabrera hit a two-run homer followed by Carlos Santana's solo shot to make it 3-0. The homer by Santana set the franchise record for homers by a switch hitter with 26.
However, Indians starter David Huff soon imploded giving up nine runs, five earned, in just two and two-thirds innings.
The game was delayed at the end of the seventh inning for 44 minutes before the umpires called the game.