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SEATTLE -- Change is coming in the Mariners clubhouse with a series of roster moves expected Wednesday in the wake of Tuesday's 5-4 loss to the Padres.Though the Mariners didn't make any official announcements, it appears reliever Stephen Pryor and Mike Carp are headed to the disabled list and Blake Beavan and Alex Liddi are candidates to be optioned to Triple-A Tacoma. That would open up spots for outfielders Franklin Gutierrez and Casper Wells, starter Erasmo Ramirez and reliever Steve Delabar. But Felix Hernandez expects some change in himself as well, voicing frustration in the wake of a game in which his recent struggles continued despite an extra five days' rest to deal with a minor back issue. "Disappointing, for myself," Hernandez said after giving up five runs, nine hits and three walks in six innings. "I'm tired of pitching like this. I've got to do something about this. I've got to pitch better." Hernandez also hit a batter and threw a wild pitch as his record fell to 4-5 with a 3.70 ERA. The 2010 American League Cy Young Award winner is 1-4 with a 6.37 ERA over his past six starts and has given up 51 hits in 35 1/3 innings. Hernandez said he felt better physically after skipping a turn in the rotation following a five-inning outing on June 1 in Chicago when his back flared up. But he didn't fare a lot better against a Padres team whose 20-41 record coming in to the Interleague series was the worst in the Majors.