pitched three innings and allowed just one hit in the Orioles' 10-inning, 7-7
tie with the
on Tuesday afternoon at Ed Smith Stadium.
Hammels, who was making his second exhibition appearance, gave up a leadoff home run to Rays outfielder
in the second inning, but allowed only one other batter to reach base. In his Orioles spring debut last week, he pitched two scoreless innings against the
The Orioles did most of their damage at the plate in the second inning, jumping on Rays ace
for four runs. Price walked
with one out and gave up an RBI single to newly arrived catcher Ronnie Paulino before giving up a three-run homer to outfield prospect Jai Miller.
followed Hammel to the mound and pitched three scoreless innings in his third spring appearance – all against the Rays. He has pitched seven innings and given up two runs on five hits and three walks.
The Orioles, however, allowed the Rays to take the lead before Ryan Flaherty tied it up with a two-run homer in the ninth inning.