Found March 13, 2012 on Oriole Post:
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This afternoon, the Orioles and Tampa Bay Rays played to a 7-7 tie in Sarasota, FL. Baltimore’s offense this spring has been fairly anemic; however, they came through on Tuesday. They trounced Rays’ starter David Price – who went 3 2/3 innings and gave up four runs – in his outing for some early action. They scored four times in the second innings as Ronny Paulino plated in a run, and Jai Miller hit a three-run homer. Jason Hammel, in his second outing of the spring, pitched well. He gave up a solo homer to Matt Joyce; however, went three innings and only allowed a hit, plus a walk. Brad Bergesen also was solid on the afternoon, going three scoreless innings; however, the bullpen got into a mess during the latter portion of the game. Leading 5-2 in the ninth inning with the game in hand, Baltimore allowed the Tampa Bay to score five times in the frame due to some poor pitching and errors; however, they scored twice in the bottom of the ninth. Steve Johnson stopped the bleedi...
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