Found February 26, 2013 on The Bay Cave:
The Tampa Bay Rays improve to 4-1 in spring training after they defeated the Houston Astros 7-2. The game was called after 5½ innings sue to rain. Cy Young winner David Price got his first action this spring. He had a 19 pitch inning, giving up a walk and a hit. Price was hit on his bare hand but proved to be OK after the following pitch was a 95-mph fastball. Thirdbaseman Evan Longoria also... The post More offense leads to another win for the Rays appeared first on The Bay Cave.
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