Sunday, March 26, 2000
Reds Game Report
Reds 9, Devil Rays 6
THE ARMS: Relievers Scott Williamson, Gabe White, Dennys Reyes and Danny Graves combined to allow three hits and one walk while striking out four in four shutout innings, helping the Reds record their fourth come-from-behind victory in a row.
Starter Denny Neagle wasn't nearly as impressive. He allowed seven hits and six runs, all earned, in five innings.
The late rally kept him from taking the loss.
THE BATS: Dmitri Young drove in four runs with a two-run homer in the first inning and a two-run double in the eighth that tied the score 6-6. Michael Tucker's single scored Young to break the tie. Dante Bichette, who went home Friday with flu-like symptoms, looked rejuvenated as he went 3-for-4 with a double and a homer.
THE REST: The attendance of 6,441 was the highest in Florida Power Park history, marking the third time this spring the Reds have played before a record road crowd.
They also broke attendance records in Fort Myers at Minnesota's Hammond Stadium (8,026) and Boston's City of Palms Park (7,132).
UP NEXT: 1:05 p.m. today against Tampa Bay. Steve Parris will face Devil Rays right-hander Esteban Yan.
Parris has an 8.49 spring ERA. He has allowed 19 hits and 11 earned runs in 11ö innings.
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Wisconsin 64, Purdue 60
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