Morban homers twice in Mariners’ win

TEMPE, Ariz. — Julio Morban homered twice and Seattle right-hander Jeremy Bonderman allowed two runs in four innings in his second spring start to help the Mariners beat the Los Angeles Angels 8-5 in Cactus League action Friday.

Morban hit a two-run shot off Angels starter Tommy Hanson in the second for his first homer of the spring, and added another two-run blast, off Billy Buckner, in the eighth.

Hanson made his third spring start. He allowed two hits and three earned runs in four innings. He also gave up a solo homer to Justin Smoak, his third of the spring.

Los Angeles’ Peter Bourjos hit his second spring homer, off Seattle’s Andrew Carraway, a solo shot in the sixth.

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