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Topic - Ron Washington
Texas center fielder Leonys Martin wound up being the star of a battle of top pitchers.
Things were already unraveling in the sixth inning for the Texas Rangers before the overturned call that gave Seattle yet another run.
While manager Lloyd McClendon is no fan of the transfer rule, he certainly has no problem challenging the application of it to get the Seattle Mariners a run.
Texas Rangers manager Ron Washington was ejected from Monday night's game after disputing a ruling overturned by replay that gave the Seattle Mariners a run.
Neal Cotts didn't care what the replay showed. He knew he had thrown a poor pitch.
Martin Perez put Boston's leadoff hitter on base in seven innings. Then the left-hander pitched Texas out of jams by getting five double plays.
Prince Fielder's visit to Fenway Park wasn't much better than the last one with his previous team.
Veteran right-hander John Lackey and rookie outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. teamed up to give the Red Sox their first win at home.
Yu Darvish showed no rust after missing three weeks.
Nick Martinez saw his chance to win his major league debut slip away late in the game.
Adrian Beltre had the big hits after Texas manager Ron Washington made the right call on replay twice in a matter of minutes.
Yu Darvish and the Texas Rangers only have to wait a few more days before the ace will be back on the mound.
Ben Revere got the call on the field. The Philadelphia speedster wasn't as fortunate in the replay office more than a thousand miles away.
Rangers manager Ron Washington has won his first challenge after instant replay overturned a call that Philadelphia baserunner Ben Revere was safe on a pickoff attempt at second base.
"I wish I could see this every night but I know that's not possible," manager Ron Washington said. "We're just grinding out at-bats, having good at-bats throughout the lineup and that's what it's going to take."
NOTES: Washington said 3B Adrian Beltre (strained quadriceps) would likely play next Friday at Seattle, the first game after he's eligible to come off the disabled list. ...