Reds use 10-run first to down A’s

March 15, 2010 by  

Oakland A’s starter Ben Sheets is struggling to come back from injury and struggle he did today against the Cincinnati Reds. Sheets had what was probably his poorest outing of his career as the former ace did not retire any any of the ten batters he faced and allowed ten runs on eight hits and a walk. Reds starter Mike Lincoln is lucky he was staked to an early 10-0 lead as he allowed four runs on five hits in his three innings of work.

Reds center fielder and leadoff hitter Chris Dickerson went 4-for-4 on the day with two RBI’s and three runs scored. Dickerson and Wladimir Balentien homered for the Reds while Jonny Gomes continued to impress this spring with a 2-for-3 day. The Reds moved to 5-4-1 while the A’s fell to 6-5-1.

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W: M. Lincoln L: B. Sheets S: none


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