Jamie Moyer allowed four runs (though only one was earned) in five innings of work for the Rockies, while Colorado could not find any offense against Seattle starter Felix Hernandez, and the Mariners took a 7-2 win in Cactus League play on Monday afternoon.
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Hernandez pitched four innings, striking out six Rockies batters while allowing two hits and zero runs. The Mariners took a 4-1 lead into the sixth inning, where they added two more runs, which was more than enough on this afternoon. Colorado pushed its first run across in the fifth inning and got one more in the seventh. Wilin Rosario was the only Colorado player to have a multi-hit day.
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