Nor could Saturday's starter Erasmo Ramirez, who despite a decent outing, still wound up taking a loss on his record.

The Seattle Mariners continued to trudge their way through the remainder of

The Seattle Mariners continued to trudge their way through the remainder of the regular season over the weekend, losing all three games to the Los Angeles Angels. Photographer Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren brings us the sad scene in pictures.

The real problem through the weekend came not in the pitching…and not even in their defense, which like the pitching, wasn’t terrible.

But Sunday’s starter, Aaron Harang, had the worst day of all. He gave up seven runs.

What did the series in was the notable abscence of any offense whatsoever. The Ms only knocked in two runs – the whole series.

What did the series in was the notable abscence of any offense whatsoever. The Ms only knocked in two runs – the whole series.

And the Angels, even when the Ms get some steam, promptly shut them down at every turn.

Or these boys.

The less than awesome plays left fans feeling unstandably hopeless.

Or little Liam Deyoung, who was clearly over the moon getting to meet the Mariners Mascot.

Foul balls being caught…

Autographs being sought…

Pies being tossed into the face of opposing team fans…

Still, even when the Ms are down, you can still count on peanuts being sold…

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