Friday, March 28, 2003

Other Spring Training Games

Devil Rays no-hit Phillies

The Associated Press

CLEARWATER, Fla. - Tampa Bay's Victor Zambrano, Brandon Backe and Jorge Sosa combined to no-hit the Phillies in an 8-0 victory. Zambrano pitched five innings, Backe went two and Sosa got the final six outs.

Diamondbacks (ss) 5, White Sox 5, 9 innings

At Tucscon, Ariz., Curt Schilling pitched five innings in his last start before the season. The Arizona ace allowed one earned run and four hits.

Yankees 12, Blue Jays 6

At Tampa, Fla., Jason Giambi homered for the third straight game and Bernie Williams homered and drove in four runs for the Yankees.

Marlins 8, Cardinals 1

At Jupiter, Fla., Mike Lowell homered twice and Josh Beckett tuned up for opening day with two scoreless innings for Florida.

Braves 7, Astros 2

At Kissimmee, Fla., Mike Hampton gave up one unearned run in four innings. Acquired in the offseason, Hampton did not allow an earned run in his final 10 innings and finished with a 4.13 ERA this spring.

Mariners 9, Padres 4

At Peoria, Ariz., Seattle starting shortstop Carlos Guillen left with a mild left hip strain. He was taken out after rounding first base following his RBI single in the first inning, and manager Bob Melvin said he thought Guillen would be out a day or two. Athletics 7, Brewers 4

At Phoenix, Eric Chavez, Scott Hatteberg and Adam Melhuse homered. Oakland is 5-0 against Milwaukee this spring.

Angels 4, Cubs 3

At Tempe, Ariz., Mickey Callaway allowed three runs in six innings and struck out six. He'll start the second game of the season for Anaheim.

Indians 6, Tigers 5

At Lakeland, Fla., Shane Spencer went 2-for-3 with a home run and Dave Burba pitched two innings for Cleveland.

Rangers 7, Royals 5

At Surprise, Ariz., Texas starter Chan Ho Park allowed two runs and four hits in five innings, walking four.

Diamondbacks (ss) 22, Double-A El Paso 8

At El Paso, Texas, Arizona star Luis Gonzalez showed his versatility as a hitter, entertainer and all-around good guy. After going 2-for-2 with a home run, two RBIs and two runs scored in four innings, Gonzalez slipped into the costume of team mascot "Scoops" the Tiger and entertained the 10,226 fans for an inning.

Before the game, Gonzalez gave one of the clubhouse managers $400 to go buy a 19-inch color TV so the NCAA basketball tournament could be shown in the clubhouse.

Dodgers 5, Rockies 3

At Las Vegas, Brian Jordan homered and Fred McGriff hit a two-run double in the sixth inning for Los Angeles.

Shawn Green's RBI double knocked out Colorado starter Jason Jennings, who did not allow a hit until the fifth. Dodgers starter Odalis Perez went 5 2-3 innings, allowing three runs - two earned - and six hits. He struck out eight and walked one.

Reds come home to new ballpark
Griffey is ready to roll
Ballpark's too gaudy, architects say
9-11 made ballpark enhance security
Reds Notebook: Bullpen order not set in stone
Pirates 6, Reds 2

Baylor says cancer won't keep him off bench
Baseball Notebook: Astros waive Reynolds
Other Spring Training Games
Spring Training Standings

NKU women reach Division II final

Kentucky 63, Wisconsin 57
UK Notebook: Bogans questionable for Marquette

Marquette 77, Pittsburgh 74
Arizona 88, Notre Dame 71
Kansas 69, Duke 65
Oklahoma-Butler preview
Syracuse-Auburn preview
Maryland-Michigan St. preview
Texas-Connecticut preview
Harrick quits amid Georgia scandal
College Notebook: Bennett returns to coaching
NIT Games: Minnesota, St. John's fill semis

NBA Games: McGrady upstages Garnett

Serena still unbeaten in '03

Veterans gang up on Woods

Plushenko wins men's skating crown

NFL: Notebook: Titans, Fisher pursue long-term deal

Enquirer reporter wins top honor
River Downs to require vet's OK
Sports on TV-Radio

Baseball preview: Division I
Baseball preview: Divisions II-IV
Boys tennis preview
Softball preview
Mason joins lacrosse rage
Ky. Boys track preview
Ky. Girls track preview
Ky. Fast-pitch softball preview
Ky. Slow-pitch softball preview
QCC teams on display Saturday

Top-ranked foe ousts NewCath
Other Girls Sweet Sixteen Games

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