This would've been hard to imagine a few years ago, but now it's true - neither Orel Hershiser nor Fernando Valenzuela will be with the Los Angeles Dodgers on

Baseballroundupopening day.

Hershiser was put on the 15-day disabled list Sunday because his shoulder is still too weak to pitch in games.

Hershiser underwent reconstructive surgery last April 27 and has been throwing on the sidelines in spring training. He worked out again Sunday, but isn't strong enough to play in exhibition games.

In exhibition games on Sunday:

Royals 5, Red Sox 2

At Haines City, Fla., Mark Gubicza, who will start the season on the disabled list, pitched four scoreless innings as Kansas City beat Boston.

Yankees 9, Orioles 2

At Miami, a crowd of 57,359 at Joe Robbie Stadium saw Mel Hall homer and drive in four runs, leading New York over Baltimore.

Reds 9, Tigers 6

At Plant City, Fla., Eric Davis homered and drove in seven runs as Cincinnati beat Detroit. Davis hit a three-run homer and a three-run double off Bill Gullickson.

Rangers 5, Cardinals 1

At St. Petersburg, Fla., Bobby Witt's six scoreless innings and Ruben Sierra's three-run double led Texas over St. Louis.

Braves 3, Mets 1

At West Palm Beach, Fla., John Smoltz pitched a three-hitter and Atlanta beat New York in a game shortened to six innings by rain.

Twins 5, Pirates 2

At Fort Myers, Fla., Carmelo Castillo drove in three runs and Minnesota defeated Pittsburgh. Chuck Knoblauch got three hits for the Twins.

Phillies 7, Blue Jays 3

At Dunedin, Fla., Rod Booker had three hits and drove in two runs as Philadelphia beat Toronto. Kelly Gruber hit a two-run homer for the Blue Jays.

Mariners 7, Brewers 6

At Chandler, Ariz., Omar Vizquel doubled in the 10th inning and scored on Julio Machado's wild pitch as Seattle beat Milwaukee.

Expos 3, Dodgers 2

At Vero Beach, Fla., Dave Martinez hit two home runs and Oil Can Boyd pitched seven strong innings for Montreal.

Cubs 1, Giants 0

At Mesa, Ariz., Danny Jackson pitched seven scoreless innings and Ryne Sandberg homered for Chicago. Sandberg's second spring homer came in the sixth off Bud Black.

Indians 2, Padres 1

At Yuma, Ariz., Sandy Alomar broke an eighth-inning tie with a sacrifice fly, leading Cleveland past San Diego. Bruce Hurst, making his first start for San Diego in eight days after overcoming the flu, pitched seven innings and allowed one run on six hits.

Angels 11, Athletics 4

At Palm Springs, Calif., Lance Parrish homered and drove in three runs and Fred Manrique went 4-for-4 as California downed Oakland.