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CLEVELAND: The Indians and Seattle Mariners traded punches in an offensive-powered first inning before the lights went out for the rest of a miserably cold Saturday afternoon. It was the Indians’ initial strike that proved to be enough to hold up and support starter Danny Salazar and the bullpen in a 4-3 win at Progressive Field.