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The Champ is Here

I'm the leader of the Matthew Scott Garza fan club, but even I won't fool myself into thinking it was his show today. David Price stole the scene by striking out the side, at one point throwing 97, 99, and then 98 to one batter. He also plunked Francisco Cervelli who was then knocked out by Elliot Johnson in a collision at home.

Garza went three, walked two, allowed one hit, and struck out four, showing good stuff if not a bit wild. Brian Anderson had a pretty nice inning as well, considering he had to faced Alex Rodriguez, his first live batter in nearly two years. Scott Dohmann closed the game down with two solid innings, and the Rays offense, lead by a Jonny Gomes homerun, pushed across four runs, winning 4-1 and extending their spring record to a major league best 7-1.

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