SEATTLE (AP) — Nelson Cruz hit his major league-leading 15th home run, Mike Zunino connected twice, and the Seattle Mariners hit a season-high six long balls in an 11-4 rout of the San Diego Padres on Tuesday night.

Cruz's drive came in the eighth inning off San Diego reliever Frank Garces, who had already given up homers to Zunino and Justin Ruggiano an inning earlier. The six homers were tied for the most ever hit by the Mariners in their park, the last coming in 2004 against Kansas City.

Zunino hit a 439-foot solo shot leading off the sixth inning then added a two-run homer in the seventh. Zunino began the night hitting .159, but finished with three hits — his first three-hit game of the season — and the second multihomer game of his career.

Seattle starter James Paxton (1-2) threw six shutout innings for his first victory, as the Mariners won their fourth straight.

SEATTLE (AP) — Seattle Mariners starter Hisashi Iwakuma will be shut down for up to two weeks in his recovery from a right latissimus muscle injury after experiencing tightness during a throwing session. Seattle's manager says Iwakuma would be kept from throwing for 10 to 14 days depending on how he is feeling.