Rhodes is wild, but effective

July 16, 1993|By Patti Singer

After allowing a run on five hits, Orioles left-hander Arthur Rhodes left last night's Rochester Red Wings game in the fifth inning with barely a pitch to spare in what may -- or may not -- have been the last start of his rehabilitation assignment.

"They told us he was going to go three times," manager Bob Miscik had said earlier in the week. "They may call and say he'll pitch more."

The left-hander, with an allowance of 95 to 100 pitches, spent 94 in four-plus innings against the Ottawa Lynx. He struck out seven, but had four walks and four wild pitches.

"His control hasn't been as good as he or we would like it," Miscik said.

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