No two teams have ever struck out in a series as many times as the Detroit Tigers and Seattle Mariners just did.
The Tigers and Mariners combined for 82 strikeouts in their three-game series, the most combined strikeouts ever in a series of three games or fewer, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.

The Tigers struck out 42 times in the series, including 16 times in the series opener and 21 times Wednesday night in a 14-inning marathon. The Mariners struck out nine times Tuesday, 19 times Wednesday and 12 times Thursday for a total of 40 strikeouts.

Here is a list of the players who struck out the most times in the series:

9 -- Prince Fielder, Tigers
7 -- Jhonny Peralta, Tigers
5 -- Andy Dirks, Tigers
5 -- Austin Jackson, Tigers
5 -- Michael Morse, Mariners
Victor Martinez did not strike out at all in 15 plate appearances.
Here are the players who struck out the most batters in the series:

12 -- Felix Hernandez, Mariners
12 -- Max Scherzer, Tigers
12 -- Justin Verlander, Tigers
6 -- Charlie Furbush, Mariners
6 -- Aaron Harang, Mariners
5 -- Al Alburquerque, Tigers
5 -- Doug Fister, Tigers
The Tigers averaged 5.5 strikeouts per game in their first 12 games this season before averaging 14 in the three games against the Mariners. The Tigers had the fewest strikeouts of any team in the majors heading into the series but now rank 19th with 108.