Pederson and Culberson attempted to spark a two-out rally in the bottom of the fourth with a base hit and walk, respectively, but both runners were stranded and the game reamined tied at 2-2 as Elian Herrera grounded out.
Maeda continued to sail, collecting another strikeout en route to retiring the side in order in the fifth. Maeda exited with five total strikeouts and two runs allowed in the scheduled five innings of work.
Just as Maeda remained locked in on the mound, Turner was his equal at the plate. His second RBI double of the game gave the Dodgers a 3-2 lead. Luis Avilan entered in the sixth and quickly allowed the game to get away.
He walked Ketel Marte and gave up a base hit Sardiñas. The Mariners then pulled off a double steal with none out and Cano at the plate. He popped up to first base, but Cruz hit a go-ahead, three-run home run.
Lind followed with a solo shot, extending the Mariners lead to 6-3 and knocking Avilan out of the game. Chris Hatcher came on in relief and retired the two batters faced to end the inning.
Mariners reliever Tony Zych struck out Pederson and Culberson, and got Herrera to ground out in the bottom of the sixth. Kenley Jansen set the Mariners down in order for his one inning of work.
Trayce Thompson hit a leadoff single in the bottom of the seventh, but he was stranded as Donn Roach retired the next three batters faced. The Dodgers were unable to overcome their deficit and lost a sixth consecutive game.