- The Washington Times - Saturday, April 4, 2009

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Pat Burrell hit his first homer at Citizens Bank Park since he left the Philadelphia Phillies in the offseason and Carlos Pena also went deep to lead the Tampa Bay Rays to a 9-7 victory on Saturday.

Rays manager Joe Maddon put Burrell in the leadoff spot to get him an at-bat and took him out after his first-inning homer off Cole Hamels. Pena also hit a three-run drive in the first.

Raul Ibanez, Greg Dobbs and Jason Donald homered for the Phillies.

Matt Garza allowed four runs and six hits in four innings with the Rays.

Hamels gave up six runs and six hits in five innings for Philadelphia.

Burrell signed with the Rays in the offseason after helping Philadelphia beat Tampa Bay in the World Series last year.


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