Wrap up: Rays 4, Orioles 3

(Mike Ricigliano / Special…)
April 07, 2010|By Baltimore Sun staff

How it happened: Nolan Reimold replaced Felix Pie -- out with a strained rotator cuff -- in left field. In the fifth inning, Tampa Bay's Evan Longoria hit a liner to left past the outstretched glove of Reimold, driving in two runs which proved to be the difference in the Rays' 4-3 win.

He said it: "It was like 10 feet out of my reach or so, five or 10 feet, somewhere in there. It was just hit in one of those spots, tough to get to." -- Nolan Reimold on missing Longoria's two-run double to left.

You said it: "3 for 21 with RISP. Only two games but 12 losing seasons in a row is precisely because if the uniform says Orioles and there are runners in scoring position, nothing happens ... nothing that's productive, that is." -- fcp, commenting on The Baltimore Sun's Orioles message board.

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