After the 15-game mark of the 2014 season, it’s apparent that the Texas Rangers are challenged at the plate.

Sure, there’s 90 percent of the season left to be played. Slumping hitters are going to get hot. Injured players are going to return.

But a team that currently needs contributions from Josh Wilson, Robinson Chirinos and Kevin Kouzmanoff, among others, to be successful also needs a few breaks.

Good fortune smiled on the Rangers in the final two innings Wednesday night.

Three straight batters reached with two outs in the ninth inning, and Leonys Martin delivered the game-ending single as the Rangers rallied to a 3-2 victory over Seattle.

The Rangers pulled off their fourth walk-off win of the season, and did it with the bottom half of their lineup finding a way on a night when Felix Hernandez was better than Yu Darvish.

“When you play a certain amount of those games, you realize you’ve been there before and it gives you a little bit of confidence when those situations come,” designated hitter Mitch Moreland said.

“Everyone would like to win by four or five runs every night, but it’s not going to happen like that. It just shows that we’re not going to give up, we’re going to fight to the end, and that’s a great sign, especially this early in the season.”

The biggest break of all might have came when Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon lifted Hernandez from the game. He had allowed only three singles in the first seven innings before Martin started the eighth with a triple off the right-field wall.

Though Hernandez was at only 96 pitches and had retired 10 straight before facing Martin, McClendon went to the bullpen.

“I had talked to him before he went out, and he said he thought he had a little bit left in the tank,” McClendon said. “But he got that fastball up and started to lose his location a little bit. And he said he was pretty much out of gas.”

Pinch hitter Michael Choice quickly collected a sacrifice fly off Charlie Furbush to trim the Rangers’ deficit to 2-1, but that was it for them in the eighth.