• Shortstop Brad Miller wasn't in the lineup for a seventh straight game Saturday due to a strained hamstring, but the rookie ran the bases prior to the game against the Angels, and manager Eric Wedge said Miller could be available to come off the bench Saturday or start Sunday if everything went well.
• Saturday was the 12th game in a row that the Mariners faced a right-handed starting pitcher. That streak will be snapped Sunday when they go against Angels southpaw C.J. Wilson. The Mariners are 47-58 against right-handed starters entering Saturday and 20-29 against lefties.
• Sunday's radio broadcast will be moved to 770-AM (KTTH) due to a conflict with Seahawks football on 710 ESPN Seattle, but the 12:35 p.m. PT contest against the Angels will be televised as usual by ROOT Sports.
• The Mariners are 18-27 in one-run games this year, including 9-19 on the road, after losing 3-2 on Friday night. They've gone 6-14 in extra-inning games, the most extra-inning losses in franchise history.
• Friday's walk-off loss was Seattle's 49th over the past four seasons, the most in the Majors. The Cardinals and Reds are second with 37 in that span. Eight of those walk-off defeats have come in Anaheim.
Greg Johns is a reporter for MLB.com. Follow him on Twitter @GregJohnsMLB as well as his Mariners Musings blog. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.