Pirate pitcher Steven Brault left the Grapefruit League game on Friday after the second inning because of what the pirates described as a tight left arm.
Brault allowed three hits and threw two wild pitches, while he also hit a blow in the 11: 9 loss to the Orioles.
Ke’Bryan Hayes went up and down with two hits, two runs and an RBI, while Todd Frazier added a hit, a run and three RBI.
Ryan Mountcastle went up and down with two hits, one run and three RBI.
RED SOX 11, RAYS 7
Nathan Eovaldi fought on his third start for Boston, giving up five runs with eight hits and a walk in four innings. Eovaldi has an ERA of 10.61 this spring. Hunter Renfroe hit his second home run. Prospectus Jarren Duran had four hits and beats .407 this spring.
Rich Hill was blown away on his third start for Tampa Bay, scoring three runs with five hits and one walk in 2 2/3 innings. Starter Chris Archer came into the game fourth, scoring two goals in two perfect innings. Yandy Diaz had two hits, including his first home run. Mike Zunino also scored, Yoshi Tsutsugo had two hits and Willy Adames and Joey Wendle tripled.
METS 8, CARDINALS 5
Francisco Lindor scored a Grand Slam, Pete Alonso doubled for the fifth time this spring, and Tomas Nido scored and doubled. Jeff McNeil, who was in the middle of a 2v27 race, was pitched three times.
Taijuan Walker made his second start, allowing a bad-hop single and a walk in four innings. Jerry Blevins, who was returning to the Mets to vie for a bullpen spot, threw a perfect inning.
Carlos Martinez fought for St. Louis on his fourth start. He was drawn after throwing 25 pitches in the first inning, opening up a run on a walk to Brandon Nimmo and a doubles from Alonso.
BLUE JAYS 8, TIGERS 1
Robbie Ray made his fourth start for Toronto, throwing 5 1/3 innings and giving up a four-hit run and a walk, scoring seven hits. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. went 3v3 and increased his average to 600 that spring. Jonathan Davis and Joe Panik had two hits each.
Casey Mize fought for a third straight start on his fourth appearance for Detroit, giving up five runs with eight hits and one walk in 3 2/3 innings. JaCoby Jones had two hits, including his first home run. Miguel Cabrera struck twice in three trips, hitting .160 this spring.
DODGERS 7, RANGERS 2
Julio Urias made his fourth start for Los Angeles, allowing two hits in four innings, scoring three hits. Max Muncy and Chris Taylor had three hits each, Edwin Rios doubled twice, and Mookie Betts doubled as well.
Kyle Cody made his second start for Texas, giving up five runs with eight hits and one walk and pulling back seven batters.
ANGEL 4, ROYAL 4 (9 INNINGS)
Dylan Bundy gave up one earned on his third start for Los Angeles, scoring three hits while scoring six in five innings. Scott Schebler hit his third home run and also hit Jo Adell’s double.
Brady Singer made his third start for Kansas City, allowing three runs with five hits and a walk in five innings. Carlos Santana came home and doubled up.
CUBS 6, athletics 1
Zach Davies made his third start for Chicago, throwing four innings and allowing an inexperienced run with four hits and three walks. Willson Contreras hit his third home run and Anthony Rizzo had three hits. Ian Happ double with three runs and Jason Heyward doubled and singled.
ROCKIES 9, INDIANS 4
Jon Gray scored five innings on his second start in Colorado and allowed three runs with five hits, scoring six hits. Sam Hilliard and Dom Nunez met.
Aaron Civale made his third start for Cleveland, scoring three deserved runs with four hits and a walk in four innings. Roberto Perez and Franmil Reyes each hit their second homers.
BREWER 9, DIAMOND BACKS 3
Billy McKinney ran home runs in back-to-back bats, connecting with the empty bases in the sixth and two in the eighth to bring Milwaukee to the top. McKinney has four homers this spring.
Adrian Houser made his fourth start. Fighting for fifth place in the rotation, Houser settled in the first after Christian Walker’s triple homer, throwing 3 1/3 innings and allowing six hits and two walks. Closer Josh Hader knocked out two and went one in a scoreless inning.
Kolten Wong led his second homer from the bottom of the first. Christian Yelich, who was replaced by McKinney, had two hits, including a double.
Caleb Smith had his best outing on his fourth start in Arizona. He allowed a run with five hits and a walk, threw 4 1/3 innings, and hit six. Walker met his fourth homer.
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