SEATTLE (AP) — Omar Narvaez loves his former Chicago White Sox teammates. He also loves beating them.

The catcher hit a game-ending home run in the 10th inning and helped Felix Hernandez through his best outing of the year to lift the Seattle Mariners over his old team 2-1.

Narvaez spent a few minutes in the sixth inning joshing with his former teammates at second base while they waited for a pitching change and they looked like kids on the diamond, cutting up and hand-slapping. But when it came time to put them away, he was cold-blooded about it.

“It’s a game, so we’re still friends out of the game,” Narvaez said. “But during

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