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SEATTLE - Felix Hernandez outpitched Jeff Samardzija, Robinson Cano hit a go-ahead double and the Seattle Mariners beat the Oakland Athletics 3-2 Friday night. Fernando Rodney got his 27th save, getting Nick Punto on a called strike three to end it with a runner on third. Punto slammed his batting helmet to the ground with both hands and argued with plate umpire James Hoye, and As manager Bob Melvin joined in, saying the full-count pitch missed the strike zone. Hernandez (11-2) threw eight strong innings. He reached 11 victories before the All-Star break for the first time in his career, getting nicked for two early runs and then shutting down the AL West-leading As the rest of the night. Hernandez made his 11th straight start going at least seven innings and giving up two earned runs or less. Its the longest streak for an American League pitcher since Gaylord Perry had 11 straight for Cleveland in 1974. Cano came through with the clutch base hit Seattle has lacked. James Jones doubled with two outs in the sixth and Cano followed with a flare that landed inches fair down the left-field line to break a 2-all tie. Seattle had been 2 for 35 with runners in scoring position prior to Canos double. Samardzija is 1-1 with Oakland after going 2-7 for the Chicago Cubs. Samardzija threw eight innings, allowing only five hits and striking out five. Hernandez struck out nine and gave up six hits. He rebounded following a shaky first inning to stop the team with the best record in baseball. Oakland scored a pair of rare first-inning runs off Seattles ace. Stephen Vogts solo homer was just the sixth allowed by Hernandez this season, extending his hitting streak to 11 games. Josh Donaldson followed with a double and scored on Jed Lowries single that sneaked through the infield. Hernandez had given up three first-inning runs all season. But after Lowries single, Hernandez permitted just four baserunners. He struck out the side in the fourth and sixth inning and needed just five pitches to cruise through the seventh. Hernandez found himself in a jam in the fifth with runners on the corners and two outs, but Donaldson flied out. After Vogt led off the eighth with a single, Donaldson grounded into a double play, drawing a fist pump and scream from Hernandez. He then got Brandon Moss to ground out on his 101st pitch to end the eighth and his night. Seattle chipped away at Samardzija, starting with Logan Morrisons homer leading off the second. Seattle pulled even in the third when Brad Miller doubled, advanced to third on Mike Zuninos groundout and scored on Endy Chavezs sacrifice fly. NOTES: Hernandez won 10 games before the All-Star break in 2009 and 2013. ... Oakland 1B Alberto Callaspo left the game in the second inning after straining his right hamstring running out a ground ball. ... 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A larger-than-life personality known for his intimidating style in the 18-yard box, Schmeichels career spanned some 20 years -- including a memorable tenure at Manchester United.SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Notre Dame got off to a strong start to the new season and then received more good news after the game. The No. 14 Fighting Irish scored on their first two possessions, each of them three-play drives, with Tommy Rees connecting with DaVaris Daniels on a pair of 32-yard TD passes in a 28-6 victory on Saturday. The Irish announced after the win that coach Brian Kelly had signed a new five-year contract. Kelly said he wasnt too worried that the Irish (1-0) couldnt quite seem to put the Owls (0-1) away, saying he had confidence in his defence. "I was OK with the dink and dunk that they were going exhibit on offence," he said. For Notre Dame, the victory was welcome after a turbulent off-season following an embarrassing 42-14 loss to Alabama in the national championship game. The victory sets up a big game against Michigan next Saturday night. "Were going to have to play better in all phases against Michigan next week, but were going to enjoy this victory today," Kelly said. The victory was the 200th career win for Kelly, improving his overall record to 200-68-2 and 29-11 at Notre Dame. The Owls, picked to finish ninth in the 10-team American Athletic Conference, fell to 2-76 against ranked opponents. "We left a lot of points on the field," Temple quarterback Connor Reilly said. Although Temple was a heavy underdog, it was still a bit of a disappointing start for first-year Temple coach Matt Rhule, because of missed chances. "They proved that they can play with that team," Rhule said. Rees, who regained the starting quarterback job when Everett Golson was suspended from school for the fall semester, was 16 of 23 for 346 yards, his fourth career 300-yard passing day. "I saw some really good things, and some things that were going to have to get better at," Kelly said. One of the questions about Rees was whether he could beat opponents deep in the passing game. But Rees threw a pair of long TD passes to Daniels, who didnt have a touchdown catch last season. Daniels beat Temple cornerback Anthony Robey on both TDs. The first drive sstarted with Amir Carlisle breaking a 45-yard run up the left sideline to the Temple 37.dddddddddddd While the second was set up by a short pass to TJ Jones, who broke two tackles, for a 51-yard gain. "One of the questions coming in was: Can we push the ball downfield? I think we answered a lot of those questions right away with his ability to push the ball downfield. I think his patience was better and it will continue to get better," Kelly said. Rees said he was pleased. "There are some things out there that we have to fix as an offence, but I was pleased with how the entire offence played," he said. There were some encouraging signs for Temple. First-time starter Reilly was solid, completing 23 of 46 passes for 228 yards, which was more than the Owls had in any game last season. He also ran for 65 yards on 12 carries. Rhule installed a pro spread offence after the Owls had the fifth-fewest yards passing in the nation, averaging 121 yards a game. But Temple missed a pair of field goals wide right before finally scoring in the second quarter to cut the lead to 14-6, with Kenny Harper scoring on a 1-yard run. The Irish didnt give up a rushing touchdown in going 12-0 in the regular season last year until the eighth game against Oklahoma. Coopers PAT was blocked by Notre Dame defensive lineman Jarron Jones. The Irish answered 18 seconds later when Rees hit Troy Niklas at midfield and he faked his way past two Temple defenders and raced for a 66-yard touchdown. Temple opened the second half with another strong drive, advancing to the Notre Dame 6. 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