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Topic - Erik Bedard
Tampa Bay manager Joe Maddon broke out some boxing analogies after a tough loss to Toronto.
On a night when Drew Hutchison didn't have his best stuff, the Toronto Blue Jays' offense did more than enough to bail him out.
Talk about a funk!
This is how well things are going for the Oakland Athletics: They had only one hit - and won.
Mike Trout is going to have plenty of memorable home runs to look back on before his career is over. Very few will be more dramatic than this one.
Erik Bedard pitched well enough to win. He even had a three-run lead in the ninth thanks to Desmond Jennings' home-run-saving catch against C.J. Cron. Then the bullpen made it all go away.
The Tampa Bay Rays had a difficult decision to make: What was more encouraging, Erik Bedard's performance or the offense's breakout night?
Erik Bedard silenced the Cleveland Indians bats.
Dayan Viciedo hit a three-run homer in the ninth inning off John Axford, lifting the Chicago White Sox over the Cleveland Indians 4-3 Sunday and stopping a four-game losing streak.
Yankee Stadium is already a home run haven for Wil Myers - whether he hits the ball over the fence or not.
Tampa Bay's bullpen provided little in the way of relief on a frigid spring night at Fenway Park.
Left-hander Erik Bedard struggled to get through four innings of Thursday's 9-7 loss to the Minnesota Twins, demonstrating the recent woes of the Tampa Bay Rays.
Brett Lawrie hit his first homer of the spring and the Toronto Blue Jays held AL East rival Tampa Bay Rays to just three hits in a 5-0 victory Friday.
Wil Myers left the game in the third inning with a bruised right quadriceps, and Ben Zobrist doubled, scored a run and drove in a run as a Tampa Bay Rays split squad beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 6-3 on Saturday.
Erik Bedard pitched into the fifth inning in his bid to win a spot in Tampa Bay's rotation, helping the Rays beat the Toronto Blue Jays 6-3 on Saturday.
"Nothing really clicking together, I guess," Bedard said. "If we pitch good, we don't score runs. If we pitch bad, we score runs. It's the way it is right now."
"They're hitting every hole," Bedard said. "Everything was going their way. They hit good pitches and everything."