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Photos: Mariners sail to spring-training win over Brewers

The Seattle Mariners sailed to a win against the Milwaukee Brewers on Friday as spring training made a brief return to Tucson.

Mariner's ace Felix Hernandez, pitching strike after strike, held Milwaukee to one hit in six scoreless innings in the game at Kino Sports Complex. Seattle won 6-1.

A little over 7,000 people turned out to enjoy the weather, get baseballs autographed, and watch big leaguers at work in the split-squad game.

Although a cold snap is expected Sunday, but despite a rainy forecast, the Tucson Padres organization is preparing for Sunday's Padres/Rockies matchup. The team said on Facebook that the infield will be tarped overnight Saturday.

"If there is a break in the weather we will take it off and get the field ready. All we can say now is we will make every effort to play the game," a post said.

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Seattle Mariners' Alex Liddi stretches to force Milwaukee Brewers' left fielder Kentrail Davis out in his run for first base during a spring training game on Friday.

Spring training in Tucson

San Diego Padres vs. Colorado Rockies

  • Sunday. Gates open at 11:30 a.m., first pitch at 1:05 p.m.

Chicago White Sox vs. Los Angeles Dodgers

  • Benefits the Christina-Taylor Green Memorial Foundation
  • Friday, March 26. Gates open at 11:30 a.m., first pitch at 1:05 p.m.
  • Games will be played at Kino Stadium, 2500 East Ajo Way.


  • $6 for lawn, $10 for bleachers, $15 for terrace, $15 for outfield reserved and $20 for field box. Suites that include up to 20 people are available for $500.
  • Tickets are available at the Tucson Padres website.