The Kansas City Royals comeback attempt fell short as they lost to the Seattle Mariners 4-3. Seattle got out to a 3-1 lead after scoring three runs in the bottom of the third inning when Jesus Montero hit a two-run home run, and then Miguel Olivo hit a RBI single. The scoring would be silent until the top of the eighth inning when the Royals made it a one-run game as Alcides Escobar hit a RBI triple, but the Mariners responded in the bottom of half of the inning to go up once again by two runs. Mike Carp put the Mariners up 4-2 on a simple sacrifice fly that scored Chone Figgins. The Royals made one last attempt in the top of the ninth to get back in this game. They scored one run on a Lorenzo Cain triple to make it 4-3. With Cain on third base the Royals had the tying run in scoring position, but Alex Gordon ended the game by grounding out to first base Read more on the Royals at Royals Review and SB Nation Kansas City. Head over to Lookout Landing and SB Nation Seattle for more on the Mariners. Baseball Nation is your source for news and analysis around Major League Baseball. Also, be sure to subscribe to our Youtube Channel for video commentary.