Thursday, March 07, 2002
Blue Jays 3, Reds 1
The arms: Starter Jose Acevedo worked three scoreless innings. He stranded Carlos Delgado after Delgado led off the second with a double. Jimmy Haynes took the loss. He gave up three runs on eight hits in three innings of work. Three Reds relievers Brian Reith, Hector Mercado and Craig Dingman each pitched one perfect inning.
The bats: Aaron Boone, in the leadoff spot for the day, singled to start the second. He stole second, moved to third on Barry Larkin's groundout and scored on Ken Griffey Jr.'s sacrifice fly. ... The Reds had only one base runner after the third inning.
The rest: Juan Encarnacion made a diving catch in right-center in the third to take a hit away from Raul Mondesi and save a run. ... The Reds regulars played into the fifth inning. ... The Reds made no errors after making five Tuesday.
Up next: The Reds play split-squad games today against the Texas Rangers in Port Charlotte and against the Pittsburgh Pirates at Bradenton. Right-hander Elmer Dessens (0-1, 4.50) faces former Red left-hander Ron Villone (1-0, 0.00) in the Pittsburgh game. Right-hander Jose Rijo (0-0, 0.00) faces right-hander Chan Ho Park (0-0, 6.00) in the Texas game.
UC looks for 2 in 1-2 punch
DAUGHERTY: For a great team, sign average guys
SULLIVAN: Steve Logan
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Holmes crushes Lloyd
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