Brandon Morrow continues his transition from reliever to starting pitcher, while teammates Chris Woodward and Chris Shelton continue to make early good impressions.
Morrow pitched one-inning-plus, during which he walked three men and threw, as he said, 'about 15 balls in a row.'
What happened out there?
"I'd throw one pitch lacksadaisically, get amped on the next one and you can't pitch that way," Morrow said. "You've got to be the same on every pitch. I'm trying to find an effort level I can sustain for seven innings."
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Morrow's search will likely take most of the spring.
Woodward and Shelton don't have that long to make their case unless they do well early, and both hit their second Cactus League homers in Game 4.
Shelton hit his on an 0-2 pitch.
Still in the top of the fifth inning, it's Mariners 10, Rangers 3.