JUPITER, Fla. — Drew Pomeranz of the Boston Red Sox left his first spring-training start Friday after one inning because of left forearm tightness.

DREW POMERANZ

Pomeranz breezed through the first against the St. Louis Cardinals, retiring the side in order with 13 pitches, then felt an issue while warming up for the second.

He threw four pitches to Marcell Ozuna, then summoned catcher Blake Swihart to the mound, talked with a trainer and departed.

“I wasn’t really pushing it so I just was like, ‘You know what? There’s no point,’ ” Pomeranz said. “Figure out what’s going on and shut it down.”

Pomeranz, 17-6 with a 3.32 ERA for the Red Sox last season, will undergo further examinations Saturday.

“I’m not too worried about it,” he said.

YANKEES: Adam Lind, 34, agreed to a minor league contracts, giving New York another backup option to Greg Bird at first base.

Lind had been at the training camp for free agents organized by the players’ association in Bradenton, Florida. If added to New York’s 40-man roster, he would get a one-year contract with a $2 million salary while in the major leagues.

Russell Wilson, the Seattle Seahawks’ quarterback, struck out in his first spring training at-bat.

Wilson pinch hit for Aaron Judge in the fifth inning against Atlanta at Tampa, Florida, and swung past a 2-2 pitch from left-hander Max Fried.

TIGERS: Left-hander Travis Wood has a torn left ACL and medial meniscus in left knee.

Wood twisted the knee while starting a rundown in the second inning of his spring training debut Thursday and fell clutching his knee.

WHITE SOX: Chicago will hold out a top prospect, outfielder Eloy Jimenez, for a couple days to help him recover from patella tendinitis in his left knee.

Jimenez, 21, is taking medication, and Manager Rick Renteria said the team wants to give it time to work before putting together a plan to get him back on the field.

METS: Tim Tebow made his first spring-training start this year, striking out against Max Scherzer, then singling off Erick Fedde in a 2-1 loss to Washington at Port St. Lucie, Florida.

Batting fourth as the designated hitter, Tebow struck out on three pitches leading off the second inning.

BRAVES: Scott Kazmir, 34, bidding for a rotation spot after coming back from a hip injury, pitched two scoreless innings and worked out of jams in a 5-4 loss to the New York Yankees.

“I wouldn’t say I’m there yet, but I feel like I’m getting better and better, and that’s the progression I would like to have,” Kazmir said.

CARDINALS: St. Louis scratched pitcher Carlos Martinez from his scheduled start against Boston because of a personal reasons.

Martinez threw a simulated game on a back field, then returned to his home in Jupiter, Florida. Cardinals Manager Mike Matheny didn’t provide a time frame for Martinez’s return.