Rays lose 1-0 in 10 innings to Orioles
The Rays dropped a 1-0 10-inning game to the Orioles and lost the series in the process.
The game was scoreless through nine innings, primarily the result of a pitching duel between starters David Price and Miguel Gonzalez.
The Orioles broke through against Joel Peralta in the 10th. Mark Reynolds drew a one-out walk and was running with two outs and a full count on No. 9 hitter Taylor Teagarden, who doubled into the left-centerfield gap.
The Rays had a few chances, the best in the 9th when Matt Joyce led off with an infield single and moved to second on a bunt. But Joyce was caught off second on Jeff Keppinger's grounder and though Keppinger moved up to second, he got no further as the O's walked Carlos Pena and Ryan Roberts struck out.
Price, denied a second time for his 15th win, worked eight innings, allowing two hits, walking three and striking out five.
Gonzalez was nearly as good, working 7 scoreless innings, allowing two hits, walking four and striking out four.
The Rays are off Monday and host the Blue Jays starting Tuesday.