Left-hander T.J. McFarland, who retired all five hitters he faced in the intrasquad game, had been dealing with some soreness in recent days because of an adjustment in his delivery. "There's something [the coaches are] trying to do,'' Showalter said. "... Jim Palmer has a great analogy or comparison that you want to be more like a ferris wheel instead of a merry-go-round. Mac sometimes gets side-to-side. The more he gets up like a ferris wheel, the more he gets sink and carry through the zone. So he's actually sore in a couple of spots because he's doing some things he's never done before." … New Orioles infielder Everth Cabrera started at shortstop in the intrasquad game and reached base twice, hitting a single to right field in the third inning and drawing a walk in the fifth. … Designated hitter Delmon Young also reached base twice. He hit a leadoff double — the only extra-base hit in the game — to left field in his first at-bat in the second and walked in the fourth. … Several starters won't make the trip to Lakeland for Tuesday's Grapefruit League opener against the Detroit Tigers, including Adam Jones, Chris Davis, Manny Machado, J.J. Hardy, Steve Pearce and Wieters. … Showalter said Caleb Joseph, whose wife was due to deliver the couple's first baby Sunday, won't make any road trips until the baby is born. … Every position player received at least one at-bat in the intrasqaud game with the exception of outfielder Henry Urrutia.