Tampa Bay at Baltimore

    Final 10th

    Rays 7, Orioles 7(10)


    SARASOTA, Fla. (AP) - The Tampa Bay Rays face a problem most teams would love to have: a surplus of starting pitchers.

    On Tuesday, manager Joe Maddon used two of them - David Price and Matt Moore - in the same game.

    Price worked into the fourth inning, and Moore made his spring debut with a hitless 1 2-3 innings in the Rays' 7-7 10-inning tie with the Baltimore Orioles.

    Price threw 60 pitches in 3 2-3 innings and allowed the Orioles' biggest inning of the spring - four runs - keyed by a three-run homer by Jai Miller. Miller also had two doubles.

    Moore, the heralded left-hander who made his major league debut in mid-September and started the first game of the ALDS against Texas on Oct. 1, struck out three and walked one after missing time with abdominal soreness.

    It was Price's third start of the spring, and he hadn't allowed a run in his first three innings. In his last start March 8, Price suffered a neck spasm after drying himself with a towel. It turned out to be nothing serious, but Maddon joked before the game that it was B.Y.O.T. for the Rays.

    Price said he air dried this time, but the attention was on Moore, who showed enough to the Rays that they signed him to a five-year contract after just three regular-season games.

    "Matt Moore was exceptional today. He looked pretty comfortable out there," Maddon said.

    Maddon watched Moore throw simulated games and was impressed.

    "He was throwing really well there too, but not as sharp as I saw today," Maddon said.

    Moore joked that he had already worked in the playoffs, but spring training presented other problems.

    "Now, the butterflies are out of the way," he said. "It was a warm day, so it didn't take much for me to get my body going. I felt like I'm supposed to feel."

    Price had hoped to complete four innings.

    "We're getting there," he said.

    He was happy to see another left-hander do well and liked Moore's stuff, too.

    "He's got the equalizer on the changeup," Price said. "Most hitters don't see that very good."

    Tampa Bay scored five runs in the ninth for a 7-5 lead, and Ryan Flaherty hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the inning for the Orioles.

    Baltimore scored its most runs of spring training.

    "We had some good at-bats. It's the time of the spring where you start getting some more sense of urgency as you move forward," manager Buck Showalter said.

    Starter Jason Hammel pitched three innings for the Orioles, allowing one run and a hit.

    Notes: Baltimore 2B Brian Roberts, who hasn't played since last May because of a concussion, took batting practice and fielded ground balls before the game. It was the first time he's done that in public view. "It's one thing to hit on the back field with three coaches shagging and another thing with all the guys out there and people in the stands and music on," Roberts said. ... Orioles OF Nick Markakis will play Wednesday for the first time after January surgery to repair a torn abdominal muscle. He'll be the designated hitter and isn't scheduled to play in the field until March 20. ... Rays DH Luke Scott faced Baltimore for the first time since the team didn't renew his contract in December. He was 0 for 2 with a walk. ... Tampa Bay 3B Evan Longoria was hitless in three at-bats in his second spring game. ... Maddon will have his head shaved Thursday to generate awareness for pediatric cancer. He's encouraging his players to join him. "If you want to get your hair cut off, 80-degree weather is the perfect time," he said.

    Copyright 2017 by STATS LLC and The Associated Press. Any commercial use or distribution without the express written consent of STATS LLC and The Associated Press is strictly prohibited.

    Related Video

    Tampa Bay Rays
    Sam Fuld, CF2000100 .143
        Elliot Johnson, 3B2100001 .200
    Carlos Pena, 1B2000111 .000
        Jesus Feliciano, CF2112000 .227
    Evan Longoria, 3B3000012 .000
        Matt Mangini, 1B1000112 .318
    Luke Scott, DH2000111 .000
       a- Hak-Ju Lee, PH-DH2122000 .235
    Matt Joyce, RF3121002 .286
        Chris Gimenez, C2011002 .227
    Sean Rodriguez, 2B-SS3110001 .500
        Tim Beckham, SS2000003 .053
    Jose Molina, C2000000 .231
        Stephen Vogt, RF-LF1100101 .364
       b- Kevin Kiermaier, PH-LF1000000 .000
    Reid Brignac, SS-2B3000001 .333
        Will Rhymes, 2B1100100 .136
    Brandon Guyer, LF3021000 .158
        Brad Coon, RF2000012 .133
    a-hit a bunt single for Scott in the 8th
    b-flied out for Vogt in the 10th
    2B - Jesus Feliciano (2, Villarreal), Sean Rodriguez (1, Socolovich)
    3B - Hak-Ju Lee (1, Pomeranz)
    HR - Matt Joyce (2, Hammel)
    RBI - Jesus Feliciano 2 (3), Hak-Ju Lee 2 (2), Matt Joyce (4), Chris Gimenez (3), Brandon Guyer (1)
    2-OUT RBI - Hak-Ju Lee 2 (2), Chris Gimenez (1), Brandon Guyer (1)
    SB - Brandon Guyer (2, 2nd base off Socolovich/Hester)
    Team LOB - 8
    DP - Johnson-Mangini
    Tampa Bay Rays
    David Price 3.2544241 5.40
    Burke Badenhop 0.1000010 3.86
    Matt Moore 1.2000130 0.00
    Jhonny Nunez 0.1000100 8.10
    Wilking Rodriguez 1111100 4.50
    Ryan Reid 2322111 3.00
    Dane De La Rosa 1200110 0.00
    Pitches-Strikes - David Price 35-24, Burke Badenhop 3-3, Matt Moore 15-11, Jhonny Nunez 5-1, Wilking Rodriguez 8-4, Ryan Reid 14-10, Dane De La Rosa 11-7
    Ground Balls-Fly Balls - David Price 5-1, Matt Moore 1-1, Jhonny Nunez 1-0, Wilking Rodriguez 1-2, Ryan Reid 2-2, Dane De La Rosa 1-1
    Batters Faced - David Price 17, Burke Badenhop 1, Matt Moore 6, Jhonny Nunez 2, Wilking Rodriguez 5, Ryan Reid 9, Dane De La Rosa 6
    Baltimore Orioles
    Nolan Reimold, LF3010000 .182
        Wilson Betemit, 3B3000015 .111
    Robert Andino, 2B3010021 .235
        Matt Antonelli, 2B1001001 .300
    Adam Jones, CF3000021 .214
        Ryan Flaherty, LF1112100 .316
    Chris Davis, 1B4000022 .211
        Joe Mahoney, 1B1000000 .158
    Matt Wieters, C2010100 .143
        Steve Tolleson, SS1010100 .333
    J.J. Hardy, SS2100102 .182
        Scott Beerer, PR-RF2020000 .357
    Mark Reynolds, 3B1100210 .200
        John Hester, PR-C1000102 .000
    Ronny Paulino, DH4111003 .250
       a- Caleb Joseph, PH-DH1000003 .250
    Jai Miller, RF-CF5333023 .333
    a-hit into fielder's choice for Paulino in the 10th
    2B - Jai Miller 2 (4, W. Rodriguez, Reid)
    HR - Ryan Flaherty (1, Reid), Jai Miller (1, Price)
    SF - Matt Antonelli (1)
    RBI - Matt Antonelli (1), Ryan Flaherty 2 (5), Ronny Paulino (1), Jai Miller 3 (7)
    2-OUT RBI - Ryan Flaherty 2 (2)
    SB - Scott Beerer (2, 2nd base off Nunez/Gimenez)
    CS - Robert Andino (1, 2nd base by Price/Molina)
    Team LOB - 9
    Outfield Assists - Nolan Reimold 1
    E - Joe Mahoney (1, Misplayed grounder)
    Baltimore Orioles
    Jason Hammel 3111121 1.80
    Brad Bergesen (H,1) 3200210 2.57
    Miguel Socolovich (H,2) 1211000 1.80
    Troy Patton (H,1) 1100100 0.00
    Oscar Villarreal (H,2) 0.1142200 5.40
    Stuart Pomeranz 0.2211010 2.45
    Steve Johnson 1000010 0.00
    WP - Brad Bergesen (1)
    Pitches-Strikes - Jason Hammel 20-14, Brad Bergesen 20-12, Miguel Socolovich 6-5, Troy Patton 8-4, Oscar Villarreal 11-3, Stuart Pomeranz 6-6, Steve Johnson 5-5
    Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Jason Hammel 3-4, Brad Bergesen 4-3, Troy Patton 1-2, Oscar Villarreal 1-1, Stuart Pomeranz 1-0
    Batters Faced - Jason Hammel 11, Brad Bergesen 12, Miguel Socolovich 5, Troy Patton 5, Oscar Villarreal 5, Stuart Pomeranz 4, Steve Johnson 3
    Game Information
    Attendance - 8045
    Game Time - 3:29
    Temperature - 79
    Umpires - Home - Quinn Wolcott, First Base - Tim Welke, Second Base - Wally Bell, Third Base - Bill Welke