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Saturday, August 13, 2022

Ray beat the Orioles 7-5 but beat Ramirez

scheduled tribe. Petersburg, Fla. ( Associated Press) — Brett Phillips, Randy Arozerena and Francisco Mejia made home as the Tampa Bay Rays, despite losing slugger Harold Ramirez to a broken thumb, won 7-5 at the Baltimore Orioles on Sunday.

Ramirez, who was batting .329 in 77 games as a first baseman/outfielder, suffered a right thumb injury in the first innings from a pitch by Jordan Lyles. Ramirez remained in the game, scoring a run and was dismissed in the next innings. It will be re-evaluated in two weeks.

The Rays are 51-41 and sit in first place in the AL wild-card race. They came in at least a 10-game All-Star break for the sixth time they exceeded .500 – they reached the playoffs in the first five of that time.

Rogue Odor and Austin Hays made home for Baltimore, who is 46-46 at halftime after going 52-110 last season.

Corey Kluber (6-5) won his third straight start for four off eight hits in six innings. Jason Adam defended his fourth on five occasions to finish ninth.

For the Rays, Colombian Harold Ramirez scored without an official turn with the bat. Cuba’s Randy Arozrena scored 4-2 with one run and two RBIs. Mexican Isaac Parades 4-0. Dominican Francisco Mejia scored 4-1 with an RBI.

For the Orioles, Anthony Santander of Venezuela scored 3-1 with one run, and Rougned Odor 4-2 with two RBIs. Mexican Ramon Ureas 4-1 with an RBI. Dominican Jorge Mateo 4-1.

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