Robinson Cano drove in a run and scored another in a most unwelcome return to Yankee Stadium, helping the Seattle Mariners beat New York, 6-3, Tuesday night for their fourth win in five games.
Amid lusty boos from a modest crowd on a rainy, 46-degree night, Cano began his first game in the Bronx since joining Seattle this winter for $240 million with a wink - at Yankees starter CC Sabathia (3-3).
Cano got a mock cheer when he struck out to end the inning, then was met with chants of "You sold out!" from the Bleacher Creatures when he took his spot at second base.
When Cano grounded out to first base in the fourth, first baseman Mark Teixeira gave him a smile after the close play. The five-time all-star was even booed when he cleanly handled a grounder.
Chris Young (1-0) gave up a second-inning homer to Teixeira and not much else in 52/3 innings to earn his first win since 2012. Mike Zunino had a career-high four hits, one courtesy of a replay review that sparked a four-run fifth inning.
Fernando Rodney gave up an RBI single to Brett Gardner in the ninth before striking out Derek Jeter and Carlos Beltran with two runners on base.
Marlins 9, Braves 0 - Jose Fernandez allowed two hits in eight stellar innings, Giancarlo Stanton hit a two-run homer, and Miami opened a homestand by beating Atlanta.
Jarrod Saltalamacchia also homered for Miami, which had its third-highest run output of the season.
Fernandez (4-1) was dominant against the NL East leaders, lowering his ERA to 1.59. He struck out eight and walked two.