The Seattle Mariners split split-squad spring games yesterday in Arizona, beating the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-3 in 10 innings at Peoria and losing 4-1 to the Cleveland Indians 4-1 at Goodyear.
At Peoria, Russell Branyan homered, Adrian Beltre had two hits and starter Erik Bedard pitched one inning for the Mariners in his first outing since March 5. The 30-year-old left-hander allowed one run and two hits.
At Goodyear, Chris Jakubauskas started for the Mariners and pitched five strong innings, allowing one run and five hits. The Mariners got an RBI double from Mike Sweeney.
The split left the Mariners with an 8-9-1 spring record. They're off today, returning to Cactus League play against the Kansas City Royals tomorrow night at Surprise. Veteran left-hander Jarrod Washburn (1-2, 6.14) is scheduled to start for the Mariners.