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Price goes into the seventh as Rays beat Red Sox
Question of the Day
Price will start opening day for the Rays.
“He had everything going,” Rays manager Joe Maddon said. “You saw a lot of 95s early in the game.”
James Loney went 3 for 4 with four RBI for the Rays and is now batting .409 this spring. David DeJesus went 2 for 3 with a run scored and an RBI. Ben Zobrist went 2 for 3 with a walk, two runs scored, and an RBI.
Rays: Although his manager said he had everything going in the game, Price said there was one thing missing.
“More consistency, I feel like,” he said. “Keeping your mind frame in the right position when you’re out there. Sitting on the bench your mind wanders. When you get between the lines you got to flip it back.
“Shutting them down with two outs is something I want to continue to work on.”
But he’s ready for opening day.
“I felt good,” he said. “I told (pitching coach Jim) Hickey I wish today was Opening Day.”
“I thought today Allen Webster continues to grow as a pitcher,” Farrell said. “There were some things that happened to him today that are going to happen to him from time to time behind him and I thought he did a great job maintaining his poise, continuing to make pitches, continuing to put the ball on the ground, and keep things from becoming a big inning.”
Rays right fielder Wil Myers, who bruised his right quad when he fouled off a ball on Saturday, said his leg felt better than he expected when he woke up Sunday morning and that he could return to the lineup Tuesday when the Rays follow their lone off day of the spring with a night game in Fort Myers against the Twins.
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