Mariners nip Reds
Seattle 5, Cincinnati 2
• The Mariners, after giving up two runs in the first inning, scored five in the sixth at Goodyear (Arizona) Ballpark.
Each team had six hits. Seattle first baseman Mike Ford was 2 for 3, both hits for doubles.
The Mariners improved to 6-9 in spring ball, while the Reds dropped to 5-11.
Left-hander Angel Miranda started for Seattle and gave up four hits, two walks and two runs in three innings.
• Former University of Oregon NCAA champion Aaron Wise was tied for 50th after three rounds of the Valspar Championship at Palm Harbor, Florida.
Wise shot a 1-over 72 on Saturday for a 2-over, 215 total.
The leader, Corey Conners, had a 68 for a 204 total.
Tiger Woods (67), Justin Rose (66) and Brandt Snedeker (67) were tied for second, one stroke back.
• Scott Harrington, a former Jesuit High golfer, shot a 1-under 71 on Saturday and was tied for 30th going into the final round of the El Bosque Mexico Championship in Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico.
Harrington's 4-under 212 total trailed the leader, Conner Godsey, by nine shots.
Portland 4, New York Red Bulls 0
• The Timbers surrendered a goal in the 18th minute and three in the final 13 minutes plus stoppage time at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey.
Jake Gleeson made five saves in the loss, while New York keeper Luis Robles needed to make only one.
Portland was coming off a 2-1 loss last week at the Los Angeles Galaxy, while New York was making its MLS season debut.
Tri-City 6, PORTLAND 2
• The Americans got some major revenge at Moda Center.
Portland had won the last two meetings, 5-0 and 9-0.
The Hawks fell to 42-21-1-4, 89 points.
The Americans are 34-24-8-1 (77 points).