Center fielder Adam Jones didn't play Sunday because Showalter wanted to give him a day of before the season starts. He had roughly 60 plate appearances this spring including playing in the World Baseball Classic and intrasquad games. Jones played in all 162 regular season games last season. … Lefty Jair Jurrjens and right-hander Jake Arrieta will pitch Sunday in separate minor league games at Twin Lakes Park, each going five-plus innings. … Showalter said there is no timetable for Steve Johnson's return from a lat strain, and he said the club will "probably err on the side of caution. It might be a little longer [disabled list stint] than you think." … The team reassigned lefty Mark Hendrickson to Triple-A Norfolk to continue working on his new sidearm delivery. Hendrickson was given the option to report to Double-A Bowie to be closer to his York, Pa., home, but he wanted to face tougher competition. The Orioles assigned minor league outfielder Kyle Hudson to Double-A Bowie, where he will play center field. … Left-hander Scott Rice, a former Orioles draft pick, made the New York Mets' Opening Day roster. Rice, 31, has never been in the big leagues. He was the 44th pick overall in a 1999 draft in which the Orioles had seven of the first 50 selections. Brian Roberts was the only one of the group who's had a lengthy big league career.