Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Tuesday's minor-league Rays roundup

Bulls 7, Gwinnett 3
Jon Weber knocked in four runs and David Price finally picked up his first win of the season. Price went five innings, allowing just a home run and an infield single. He had one walk, one hit batsman and five strikeouts.

Mobile 4, Biscuits 0
Aneury Rodriguez, with a 15.88 ERA in his first two starts, had a shutout until giving up a two-out home run in the fifth. The Biscuits chopped out four hits.

Sarasota 7, Stone Crabs 5
Rayner Oliveros, freshly demoted from the Biscuits, gave up one hit in 3 2/3 shutout innings of relief. Starter Alex Cobb surrendered six runs in 3 1/3. Greg Sexton had two RBIs. Sarasota's Yonder Alonso, Cincinnati's top prospect, was 3-for-4 with two doubles, a home run and four RBIs.

West Virginia 9, Hot Rods 2
Matt Moore issued leadoff walks in the first and fourth innings, leading to three runs and a loss. He struck out seven in 3 2/3 innings. The Power tagged Tommy Rafferty with five runs in the final two innings. Justin Reynolds homered.

Ray of night: Weber

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