MLB Recap: St Louis Cardinals (11) vs. Seattle Mariners (6) - Date: 6/26/2016 Matt Carpenter and Tommy Pham each homered twice as the St. Louis Cardinals went deep six times in an 11-6 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Sunday. Jedd Gyorko and Matt Holliday also homered for St. Louis. Carpenter, Holliday, and Aledmys Diaz each had three hits as the Cardinals finished with 17 - including 13 for extra bases. Gyorko and Pham led off the seventh with back-to-back home runs against reliever Nick Vincent (1-7) to break a 6-6 tie. Holliday extended St. Louis' lead to 9-6 with a solo shot in the eighth against Edwin Diaz. Pham and Carpenter each hit their second home runs, both solo shots, in the ninth. Kevin Siegrist (5-2) allowed one run on two hits in 1 1/3 inning to get the win. Franklin Gutierrez tied the game at 6-6 with a three run homer against Siegrist in the bottom of the sixth. A two-out single by Kete l Marte knocked St. Louis starter Jaime Garcia out of the game, and Gutierrez drilled a 1-1 fastball from Siegrist into the Mariners' bullpen in left field. Four straight extra-base hits helped the Cardinals erase Seattle's 3-1 in the fifth. Consecutive one-out doubles by Diaz, Holliday and Stephen Piscotty tied the score. Brandon Moss then put the Cardinals ahead with an RBI triple against Seattle starter James Paxton. An error by Kyle Seager capped the scoring and put the St. Louis ahead 5-3. Carpenter extended St. Louis' lead to 6-3 with a solo home run in the sixth against reliever Donn Roach, his third extra base hit of the afternoon. Nelson Cruz hit a solo homer, his 19th, to lead off the third and put the Mariners ahead 3-1. Cruz finished 2 for 4 with two RBIs. Diaz had a ground-rule RBI double to put St. Louis up 1-0 in the first. Cruz tied it with a run-scoring fielder's choice in the bottom of the inning. Shawn O'Malley gave the Mariners a 2-1 l ead with a ground-rule double in the second. Garcia labored through 5 2/3 innings and earned a no-decision, allowing single runs in each of the first three innings, and getting tagged for two more on Gutierrez's ninth home run of the season. Paxton was lifted after the fifth, ending a streak of four straight starts in which he lasted six or more innings. SERVAIS SENT HOMEMariners manager Scott Servais recorded his first career ejection after arguing a called third strike on a check swing by O'Malley in the third. Number #1 Sports Handicapping Service. TRAINING ROOMMariners: RHP Taijuan Walker (right foot tendinitis) threw a bullpen session and could start Thursday when the Mariners host Baltimore. ''Both he and (Wade) Miley were out there throwing today,'' Servais said. ''Expecting everything to be good going forward.'' Cardinals: 3B Jhonny Peralta was giv en a day off Sunday, his first since being activated from the 15-day DL on June 7. ''Figured we would wait until he needed it, and it looks like he needed it,'' Cardinals manager Mike Matheny said. UP NEXTCardinals: RHP Adam Wainwright (6-4) makes his team-leading 16th start of the season Monday as the Cardinals begin a four-game series against the Royals. Mariners: RHP Hisashi Iwakuma (6-6) makes his first career start against the Pirates on Tuesday after a day off Monday.