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PEORIA Charlie Morton Jersey , Ariz. (AP) — Felix Hernandez doesn’t think he could have changed the mind of Seattle Mariners manager Scott Servais about opening day, even by pitching well this spring.With his ERA approaching 16, it’s a moot point.King Felix is royally agitated anyway.Hernandez was tagged for seven runs in three-plus innings against the Cleveland Indians on Sunday, raising his spring ERA to 15.95 a day after Servais announced that Marco Gonzales would start Seattle’s season opener against Oakland in Tokyo on March 20.Seattle’s decision ends Hernandez’s run of 10 consecutive opening day starts.Hernandez spoke publicly after the game for the first time since Servais’ announcement. Asked if he was upset, Hernandez said simply, “Yeah,” but declined to elaborate on his emotions.“I knew it was going to happen,” he added.Hernandez was also asked if he could have convinced Servais to give him the opening day nod with a better spring camp.“No,” he said while shaking his head.The 32-year-old has been losing fastball velocity since his mid-20s and been mostly hobbled and ineffective since turning 30.The 2010 AL Cy Young Award winner had a career-worst 5.55 ERA in 29 games last season and was briefly removed from the rotation for the first time in the majors. This is his final season of a $175 million, seven-year contract.The Mariners have asked Hernandez to use his curveball more this spring, especially early in counts, because data suggests it’s the right-hander’s most effective pitch. Hernandez used the breaking ball often during a 1-2-3 first inning but got away from it as the game wore on.“He needs to continue to work that in,” Servais said. “It’s one of his best pitches. Didn’t go to it today.”AROUND THE GRAPEFRUIT AND CACTUS LEAGUESINDIANS 16, MARINERS (SS) 2Hanley Ramirez hit a two-run double and Ryan Flaherty homered for Cleveland. Carlos Carrasco made his first start, pitching three innings and giving up two runs and striking out four.Jay Bruce and Ryon Healy homered for Seattle.BLUE JAYS 10, TWINS 1Prized Toronto prospect Vladimir Guerrero Jr. will miss three weeks with a strained left oblique muscle. The third baseman was injured during his final at-bat Friday. Guerrero, who turns 20 this week , was a hitting machine in the minors last year.Bo Bichette homered twice and doubled for the Blue Jays. Rowdy Tellez also homered twice and Craig Biggio homered and singled. Ryan Borucki made his fourth start, pitching five shutout innings.Minnesota starter Jake Odorizzi gave up five runs on four hits and two walks while getting just two outs.METS 9, CARDINALS 1Amed Rosario connected for a three-run homer in his first at-bat for New York since being hit in the left hand by a pitch on Monday. Jeff McNeil and Travis d’Arnaud also homered and Robinson Cano had two hits. Steven Matz pitched four shutout innings in his third start.Dylan Carlson homered off Mets closer Edwin Diaz.YANKEES (SS) 6, PIRATES 5Jung Ho Kang hit his fourth home run this spring for Pittsburgh and Francisco Cervelli his first. Chris Archer struck out four in three shutout innings.New York starter J.A. Happ struck out six, but also gave up three runs in four innings. Dellin Betances retired just one batter, allowing two runs on two hits and two walks.YANKEES (SS) 2, TIGERS 2, 9 INNINGSMiguel Cabrera hit his second spring homer and Detroit starter Matt Moore pitched four shutout innings, striking out six.Miguel Andujar doubled and singled for New York.NATIONALS 6, ASTROS 4Jeremy Hellickson pitched four shutout innings for Washington. Luis Garcia had three singles.George Springer went 0 for 3 and is batting .182 for Houston. Wade Miley made his second start, pitching 3 2/3 innings.PHILLIES 8, ORIOLES 5Philadelphia starter Aaron Nola gave up three runs in three innings and struck out six. Joey Rickard doubled and singled for Baltimore.RAYS 8, RED SOX 1Mike Zunino homered and doubled for Tampa Bay. Guillermo Heredia hit two solo home runs and Joey Wendle and Avisail Garcia each connected.Rick Porcello made his first start for Boston, pitching three innings and allowing two runs and four hits.MARLINS 5, BRAVES 2Pete O’Brien hit a grand slam and RBI single. Miami starter Sandy Alcantara threw 4 1/3 shutout innings.Julio Teheran made his first start for Atlanta, striking out six in four innings and allowing one run.MARINERS (SS) 9, ANGELS 9 Jose Cruz Jr. Jersey , 9 INNINGSMike Trout and Tommy La Stella doubled for Los Angeles. Mike Leake made his fourth start for Seattle, pitching 4 2/3 innings and allowing two runs and seven hits.PADRES 11, ROYALS 6Jose Pirela hit two home runs and singled, raising his average to .407 for San Diego.Cam Gallagher, Adalberto Mondesi and Whit Merrifield homered for Kansas City.ATHLETICS (SS) 7, WHITE SOX 6Dustin Fowler had three hits and Josh Phegley homered for Oakland’s split squad.Yoan Moncada homered for Chicago. Lucas Giolito struggled in his third start, allowing three runs on five hits and three walks in 4 2/3 innings.ATHLETICS (SS) 5, GIANTS (SS) 4Highly regarded prospect Jesus Luzardo made his second start for an Oakland split squad. The lefty allowed one run while striking out five in four innings. Chad Pinder hit his spring-leading sixth and seventh doubles.Aramis Garcia homered and tripled for San Francisco’s split squad.RANGERS 7, GIANTS (SS) 6Hunter Pence homered and singled twice for Texas against his former team. Drew Smyly made his third start, allowing one run in 2 1/3 innings.Jeff Samardzija made his third start for San Francisco’s split squad, pitching 3 2/3 innings and giving up one run.DIAMONDBACKS (SS) 3, REDS 2Caleb Joseph homered and Yasmany Tomas had two hits for Arizona. Merrill Kelly didn’t allow a hit in four scoreless innings, striking out four.Tanner Roark made his fourth start for Cincinnati, pitching four innings and allowing three runs while striking out six.BREWERS 7, CUBS 5Orlando Arcia, Ben Gamel and Tyler Saladino homered for Milwaukee.Kyle Hendricks pitched three innings in his third start for Chicago, allowing three runs.DODGERS 3 Nolan Ryan Jersey , ROCKIES (SS) 1Justin Turner and Max Muncy doubled for Los Angeles. Chad Bettis gave up one hit in his fourth start for Colorado’s split squad, pitching four innings and striking out five. Mark Reynolds hit his second home run.DIAMONDBACKS (SS) 5, ROCKIES 2Eduardo Escobar hit a pair of RBI doubles for Arizona’s split squad. Tyler Anderson made his first start for Colorado, giving up seven hits in four innings. GOODYEAR, Ariz. (AP) — A new manager and coaching staff. Three new starting pitchers. The Reds begin their season with a whole new look and hopes that their run of last-place finishes could be coming to an end.There’s a very different vibe as Cincinnati opens camp with its first workout by pitchers and catchers on Wednesday. Offseason trades remade the rotation and the everyday lineup, sparking hope after four straight 90-loss seasons.“There is a lot more expecting to win and a lot less hoping to win,” pitcher Michael Lorenzen said Tuesday.The change started at the top. The Reds fired manager Bryan Price after a 3-15 start last season and decided not to keep interim Jim Riggleman. David Bell was hired as manager, a move that resonated with Reds fans. His grandfather, Gus, and father, Buddy, played for the Reds.The 46-year-old Bell inherited a roster that lacked proven starters, the main thread in the losing seasons. Three trades brought starters Sonny Gray, Tanner Roark and Alex Wood, who will join Anthony DeSclafani and Luis Castillo in the rotation. Gray agreed to a $38 million, four-year contract as part of the trade from the Yankees. Roark and Wood can become free agents after this season.Bell hasn’t yet decided how he’ll slot the starters as spring training opens.“The very first step is building relationships,” Bell said. “We haven’t set a schedule yet , but we will set up a rotation very soon.”The Reds also acquired outfielders Yasiel Puig and Matt Kemp from the Dodgers. Both of them are free agents after the season as well.Cincinnati’s attendance slipped to 1.6 million last season, the Reds’ smallest since 1984 at Riverfront Stadium. They hired Bell and made the trades hoping to show fans that they were working to become competitive again in the NL Central.“There is new energy in the organization and in the city,” Bell said Tuesday. “We can’t underestimate the importance of that. We want people excited about our team.“There is a difference, I think, about being excited and feeling that there is something special.I think we are in the early stages of that. Things are moving in the right direction.”Bell’s main challenges will be figuring out the rotation and deciding how to fill the hole in center field, where Billy Hamilton used to play. Lorenzen is in a group of pitchers being considered for various roles, including long relief. Bell also plans to try him in the outfield during spring training.Lorenzen he was 4-2 with a 3.11 ERA and one save in 42 relief appearances and three starts last season. He batted .290 and led major league pitchers with four homers — including one grand slam — and 10 RBIs in 31 at-bats.As a pinch-hitter, he went 3 for 13 with two homers. From June 24-30, he homered in three straight at-bats, including the grand slam. He became the first major league pitcher to homer in three straight at-bats since Colorado’s Mike Hampton in 2001.“You could see him in the outfield the second half of camp,” Bell said. “He’s preparing to help our team any way he can.”Lorenzen worked out in the outfield in the offseason. He pitched and played outfield at Cal State-Fullerton, batting .335 his final season there.“I love that they understand that I’ve played both my whole life,” Lorenzen said. “They don’t have to put me in bubble wrap. Playing center field is the best thing I do on the field. Defense has been my strength since I was 9 or 10.”Notes: San Francisco claimed RHP Jose Lopez off waivers. The Reds waived him a day earlier to open a spot for left-hander Zach Duke, who agreed to a $2 million, one-year deal. Lopez went 5-13 for Triple-A Louisville last season.
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