FORT MYERS, Fla — Boston starter Kyle Kendrick threw four hitless innings as the Red Sox beat Atlanta 11-1 in a spring training game Sunday.

Kendrick is in camp as a non-roster invitee.

Andrew Benintendi doubled twice and AL MVP runner-up Mookie Betts had an RBI double and a sacrifice fly for the Red Sox. Former All-Star catcher Kurt Suzuki had a hit and an RBI for Atlanta.

YANKEES 3, PIRATES 2: Masahiro Tanaka threw three scoreless innings and struck out four at Tampa, Florida. He has yet to allow a run over two starts for the Yankees. Matt Holiday hit two doubles.

Jameson Taillon threw two spotless innings for Pittsburgh.

METS: Matt Harvey gave New York a glimpse of the dominant pitcher he’s been in the past. He also showed that it might take some time to get back to that level.

Coming back from major surgery last July, the right-hander made his first spring start and opened with a perfect first inning against St. Louis. Then, the Cardinals chased him with three runs in the second.

“Overall, it’s only a matter of time,” Harvey said.

Harvey, who had a Tommy John operation in 2013, had his season cut short last year when he needed thoracic outlet syndrome surgery. The ailment occurs in the upper torso.

In the first inning, he struck out Dexter Fowler looking on a 92 mph fastball and caught Aledmys Diaz looking on an offspeed pitch.

But Jhonny Peralta hit a long double to center to open the second and Jose Martinez launched a fastball for a three-run homer.

Overall Harvey threw 39 pitches, 24 of them strikes, in 12/3 innings.

CARDINALS: Trevor Rosenthal’s bid to move into the rotation has hit a snag. The Cardinals said Rosenthal has been scratched from his scheduled start on Monday against Minnesota because of muscle tightness in his right lat near his pitching arm.

ANGELS: More than a decade after his harrowing escape from Cuba, third baseman Yunel Escobar has passed his naturalization test to become a U.S. citizen. “The greatest thing that can happen to you is to be a citizen of this great country,” Escobar said Sunday through a translator.

Escobar fled Cuba in 2004 at age 21, leaving on a boat.