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Hernandez allowed one run in 3.2 innings as the Mariners went on to blow out a split-squad Cubs team.
Mariners first baseman Daniel Vogelbach hit his sixth homer of the spring and improved his average to .388.
Eight days before opening day, Jake Arrieta made his first appearance for the Philadelphia Phillies.
The Mariners got their first walk-off win of the spring when Mike Ford’s two-out double on a 2-2 pitch scored Gordon Beckham from first to give Seattle a 5-4 victory over the Rangers Thursday in Peoria, Arizona.
Pitcher Alex Cobb stayed in the division he knew best, finalizing a $57 million, four-year contract with the Baltimore Orioles. Yu Darvish of the Chicago Cubs struck out seven in six innings against Texas, and Eric Hosmer hit his fourth home run for San Diego.
A big second half by shortstop Jorge Polanco helped push the Minnesota Twins into the playoffs last season. This year, they’ll try to start fast without him. Polanco was suspended 80 games on Sunday after testing positive for the performance-enhancing substance Stanozolol. He became the sixth player to be banned this year under the major league drug program – one more than last year.
Yan Gomes hit a grand slam and drove in five runs and the Cleveland Indians defeated the Seattle Mariners 16-3 Sunday in Peoria, Arizona.
Jharel Cotton had planned to build off a promising rookie campaign for the Oakland Athletics.
Zach Vincej hit a three-run triple in the ninth inning, and the Mariners won a split-squad game against the Athletics 4-1 in Mesa, Arizona.
Shohei Ohtani was rocked for seven runs and seven hits over 1
Daniel Vogelbach homered, doubled and drove in three runs, and the Seattle Mariners defeated the Texas Rangers 9-7 Friday in Surprise, Arizona.
Jake Arrieta finally found a deal he liked.
Tony Cruz belted a three-run ninth-inning homer, and the Cincinnati Reds used a four-run rally to defeat the Seattle Mariners on Sunday.
On the day the Kansas City Royals welcomed back Mike Moustakas, they found out Jorge Bonifacio will miss half the season.
Nelson Cruz also homered, as did Daniel Vogelbach, who added two more two-baggers. But Paxton gave up five hits and four runs over three-plus innings.
Los Angeles Angels rookie Shohei Ohtani allowed six runs while pitching three innings in an exhibition game against the Mexican League’s Tijuana Toros. The 23-year-old Ohtani struck out six and walked one.
Last May, the Mariners sent Mike Zunino to the minor leagues in the latest attempt to smooth out a swing that clearly wasn’t working.
The Mariners managed just four hits, all singles, and struck out 12 times, continuing a recent struggle at the plate that concerns manager Scott Servais.
David Phelps gave up two home runs for the Mariners, who at least saw four scoreless innings by Marco Gonzales in the loss to Oakland.
Now that Ichiro Suzuki is back with the Seattle Mariners, he hopes to stick around a while.