Kansas City 5, Seattle 3

PEORIA, Ariz. (AP) -- Brian Anderson and Jamie Moyer look ready
to start the season.

Anderson allowed just two singles in five scoreless innings
during Kansas City's 5-3 win over the Seattle Mariners on
Wednesday. He faced only two batters more than the minimum,
lowering his spring ERA to 2.08.

"I felt he really threw the ball well, and the same for most of
the guys in relief. I thought we got good pitching today," Royals
manager Tony Pena said.

Moyer, scheduled to pitch the season opener for Seattle on
Monday against Minnesota, gave up two runs and five hits in five
innings. He settled down in the third, holding Kansas City to one
hit the rest of the way and retiring his final eight batters.

"I think we are ready to go. Overall, we had a pretty good day.
This was a very well-played ballgame," said Mariners manager Mike
Hargrove, ejected in the fourth for arguing with plate umpire
Alfonso Marquez.

Game notes
Seattle RHP Aaron Sele and RHP Jeff Nelson are both
expected to make the team. Both were non-roster invitees to spring
training. Sele could have a spot in the rotation. ... Mariners RF
Ichiro Suzuki singled in three at-bats, extending his club-record
spring training hitting streak to 18 games. His average fell to
.492, just ahead of the team spring record of .491 set by Edgar
Martinez in 1996. ... SS Luis Ugueto's homer put the Royals ahead
for good in the eighth. ... LF Randy Winn had three of Seattle's
eight hits. ... The Royals, who have won three straight, still have
32 players in camp.