ST. PETERSBURG, Florida (Ticker) --
had five RBI against the
Tampa Bay Devil Rays
for the second time in a week, leading the
to a 10-8 victory in 11 innings.
Guillen's two-run double off
(7-4) snapped a 7-7 tie. In the seventh, Guillen had a two-run single to forge a 5-5 deadlock after the Mariners had trailed 4-0. His other RBI came on a groundout in the sixth inning.
On Wednesday, Guillen knocked in five runs in a 9-3 victory over the
, establishing a career high.
"I can be more aggressive with guys on base," Guillen said. "I'm not a power hitter. I like to make contact, get on base. It's surprising, but hitting fifth you get a chance to drive in more guys."
Guillen has 10 hits in his last 29 at-bats and 15 RBI in his last seven games.
"Carlos has been great, especially when we put him in a run-producing position," Mariners manager
said. "He has been good wherever we put him this year."
gave Seattle the lead with an RBI triple in the eighth, and the Mariners went up 7-5 when
knocked Suzuki in with a single. But
to send the game to extra innings with a long two-run homer to right-center field.
Suzuki's triple broke the All-Star's 0-for-12 skid, but he went 1-for-7 in the game and has just three hits in his last 32 at-bats.
had a chance to win the game in the ninth when Rhodes gave up a single to
came in and walked
, but Benitez escaped trouble with a strikeout and two popouts.
(2-1) gave up a run on Pete LaForest's RBI single in the bottom of the 11th, but hung on for the win.
"It was an entertaining ballgame,"
said. "We had chances. We scored eight runs."
LaForest had two hits in his major league debut, one of 10 players in the game with a multi-hit performance.
Tampa Bay starter
left in position to get his first win since August 4, allowing two runs and four hits in six innings. The righthander struck out seven and walked three, but was betrayed by his bullpen.
pitchers issued nine walks in addition to the 16 hits they gave up to the Mariners.
"I'll tell you what I'm disappointed in, something we stressed all year, walks," Piniella said. "I'm not going to talk about it. I'm tired of talking about it."
The Mariners snapped a six-game road losing streak.