Thursday, April 16, 2009

Thursday's minor-league Rays roundup

Gwinnett 3, Durham 0
David Price lost ~yet again~ (sarcasm) after the Bulls knocked out just three hits. Price gave up four hits and an unearned run in five innings.

Biscuits 5, Chattanooga 1
Heath Rollins surrendered one run on six hits in six innings, throwing 61 of his 88 pitches for strikes. Eduardo Morlan allowed one hit in two innings and Rhyne Hughes scored twice. Five of Montgomery's six hits were doubles. Chattanooga's Josh Lindblom tied a league record with four wild pitches in the fourth. Last year, Montgomery's Jeff Kamrath also tied the mark.

St. Lucie 8, Charlotte 7 (12)
Shawn O'Malley had three RBIs and Emeel Salem was 3-for-6 for the Stone Crabs. Paul Phillips, though allowing an inherited runner to score to blow a save, and Austin Hinkle each threw three shutout innings of relief.

Bowling Green 5, West Virginia 4
Tim Beckham singled home Jeremy Beckham in the eighth to put the Hot Rods ahead. Bowling Green rallied for three runs in the seventh. Jason Tweedy hit a two-run triple and scored on Mike McCormick's single. Tim Beckham finished 3-for-5 with two runs scored. Diego Echeverria threw three hitless innings and Josh Satow two hitless.

Ray of night: Tim Beckham

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