Moyer, 42, the 25th left-hander since 1900 to reach 200 wins

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) -- Jamie Moyer's 200th career victory was a
testament to hard work and keeping it simple.

Moyer reached the lofty milestone with help from Randy Winn's
fifth career grand slam as the Seattle Mariners beat the Los
Angeles Angels 10-4 on Friday night.

When the 42-year-old left-hander got back to his locker -- the
same one former Texas reliever John Wetteland used five years ago
on the night of his 300th save -- Moyer found a chilled bottle of
champagne with seven glasses.

"I'm not a big one on numbers, but I'm pretty happy," the
19-year veteran said. "Baseball has given me a great opportunity
to play the game. But what I try to give back to it is just as
important. I'm one of many thousands who have played this game, and
to have the longevity to be able to win 200 games is pretty special
to me."

Moyer averaged 15 wins during the previous eight seasons. At his
present pace, he would have to be pitching until age 49 to join the
300-win club.

"The way I look at it, it's not over," Moyer said.
"Realistically, I think I've got two more years. But I could go
out tomorrow and blow out my arm. You never know.

"I try to take it day by day, week by week, season by season.
And if I have my health after this season and still feel like I can
contribute, that's the most important thing -- being able to
contribute to a ballclub and try to take your ego out of it."

Moyer (8-3) allowed four runs and seven hits in 6 1/3 innings,
striking out four and walking one. He was staked to a 7-0 lead
before giving up a three-run homer to Bengie Molina in the sixth
and a solo shot to Jeff DaVanon in the seventh.

Jeff Nelson faced one batter in the seventh, retiring AL MVP
Vladimir Guerrero on a flyball for the third out with the potential
tying run at the plate.

Moyer, the 25th left-hander since 1900 to win 200 games, got his
100th career win at age 35 when he beat Cleveland on Aug. 27, 1998.
He already has one more victory than last season, when he was 7-13
after winning a career-high 21 games in 2003 and making his only
All-Star team.

"He doesn't differentiate with his mechanics. He's always the
same," said Pat Borders, his 42-year-old batterymate. "Jamie
doesn't get out of whack and always hits his spots. And he's got
such an array of pitches that he's got a variety of places to
attack people You're never really comfortable at the plate against

"Besides the physical shape he's in, he's also mentally strong.
He's very studious, as far as knowing the hitters and their
weaknesses and reading the swings and seeing what they're trying to
do at the plate," Borders said.

Moyer has 18 wins against the Angels, more than any other team.
His 100th victory with the Mariners came in April 2003, at Anaheim.
His 7-3 triumph at the "Big A" last Sept. 21 ended a personal
10-game losing streak.

"He's been very tough on us. He's just one of those guys who's
got our number," Angels first baseman Darin Erstad said. "It just
becomes totally mental. He knows what he's going to throw, he knows
what we're going to do, and it's just a matter of him executing or
us executing."

Los Angeles' Jarrod Washburn (5-4) pitched 5 1/3 innings and was
charged with four runs and nine hits, including run-scoring doubles
by Mike Morse and Raul Ibanez. Morse broke out of a 3-for-26 slump
with three hits and Ichiro Suzuki had three hits, including a
two-run single in the ninth.

The Mariners scored five runs in the sixth to take a 7-0 lead
for the second straight game. Borders greeted reliever Joel Peralta
with an RBI double off the glove of third baseman Chone Figgins,
and Winn followed an intentional walk to Suzuki with his first
grand slam this season and second homer in two nights.

The AL West-leading Angels are 5-5 since their eight-game
winning streak, but still lead the division by seven games over
Texas. They currently have eight players on the disabled list, and
will make it nine on Saturday when third baseman Dallas McPherson
goes on because of inflammation in his left hip.

Game notes
One night after RF Guerrero committed his first error of
the season, Gold Glove 1B Darin Erstad of the Angels made his first
on a bad throw to second base. ... DaVanon's homer was his first
since last Aug. 25, against Kansas City, when he became the first
Angels player in 13 seasons to hit for the cycle. ... Moyer left
the game two outs shy of tying Randy Johnson's franchise record of
1,838 1/3 innings pitched. ... The Angels will replace McPherson on
Saturday with INF Zach Sorensen from Triple-A Salt Lake. ... Angels
reliever Brendan Donnelly finished serving his eight-game
suspension for having pine tar on his glove when he was summoned
into a game against Washington on June 14.