Spring Game 14: Phillies 6, Rays 6
The Rays recorded yet another tie yesterday with the Phillies. Wade Davis got the start for the Rays, and struggled yet again. Davis allowed 3 earned and 4 runs in 4 innings while allowing 8 hits. Kyle Farnsworth followed him, allowing 1 hit and no runs. Cesar Ramos then went 2 innings, allowing 1 hit and no runs.
Sam Fuld was productive from the top of the order, going 2 for 3 with a walk and a run. Luke Scott was 1 for 4 with a run. Carlos Pena has yet to record a hit, but he did get on base, walking and scoring a run. Reid Brignac was 2 for 3 with a RBI.
Spring Game 15: Rays at Blue Jays
Pitchers: Rays- Jeff Niemann
Blue Jays- Ricky Romero
Rays News and Notes
- Wade Davis remains confident despite his second straight rough start.
- Joe Smith of theTampa Bay Times writes about the potential of Stephen Vogt getting the backup catching spot. Vogt and Chris Gimenez have emerged as candidates this spring, as well as Jose Lobaton and Robinson Chirinos, who were candidates before the spring.
- Marc Topkin looks at the Rays charity event yesterday which included many Rays players and coaches getting their heads shaved.