Boston Red Sox v Baltimore Orioles – Spring Training Box Score – Monday,March 18, 2002

Monday, March 18, 2002
Boston 8, Baltimore 3

 BALTIMORE      AB  R  H BI    BOSTON         AB  R  H BI
 Hairston 2b     3  0  0  0    Henderson dh    3  2  2  2 
 Roberts 2b      1  0  0  0    Baerga dh       2  1  1  0 
 Garcia cf       4  0  1  0    Damon cf        3  1  2  0 
 Gibbons rf      4  0  0  0    Buford cf       2  0  0  0 
 Cordova dh      4  0  0  0    Hillenbrand 3b  3  0  2  1 
 McGuire 1b      3  1  1  1    WVeras 3b       2  0  1  1 
 Batista 3b      2  1  2  0    Ramirez lf      2  0  0  1 
 Mora ss         1  0  0  0    Coleman lf      2  0  0  0 
 Bigbie lf       3  1  1  2    Diaz 1b         4  1  2  1 
 Fordyce c       2  0  1  0    Nixon rf        2  1  1  0 
 Lunar c         1  0  0  0    Stenson rf      0  0  0  0 
 Moriarty ss     1  0  0  0    Merloni 2b      2  0  0  0 
 Leon 3b         1  0  0  0    QVeras ss       2  0  0  0 
                               Mirabelli c     3  0  0  0 
                               RSanchez ss-2b* 4  2  4  1 
 TOTALS         30  3  6  3    TOTALS         36  8 15  7
 BALTIMORE                 000 020 100--  3   6  0
 BOSTON                    200 202 20x--  8  15  0
 DP: Baltimore 2, Boston 2. LOB: Baltimore 1, Boston 9.
 2B: Batista, RSanchez. 3B: Damon. HR: Bigbie (1) (off
 Hermanson), McGuire (2) (off Urbina), Diaz (1) (off Ryan),
 Henderson (2) (off Lopez).
                               IP   H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR
 BALTIMORE
 Bedard (L,0-1)                 3   6   2   2   1   2   0
 Lopez                          3   6   4   4   1   2   1
 Ryan                           1   3   2   2   1   0   1
 Julio                          1   0   0   0   0   2   0
 BOSTON
 Hermanson (W,1-2)              5   5   2   2   1   2   1
 Urbina                         2   1   1   1   0   2   1
 Wakefield                      2   0   0   0   0   2   0
 WP: Lopez 2. HBP: Nixon by Bedard. T: 2:35. Att: 7,753.

*¬†— The Providence Journal says Rey Sanchez split time between shortstop and third base. The Hartford Courant says Sanchez started at shortstop and moved to second base in the fifth inning.

Lou Merloni was listed in the AP box score as playing shortstop, but if the Courant is correct, he must have started the game at second base and left when Quilvio Veras entered the game at shortstop and Sanchez switched positions. This makes the most sense and so I have changed Merloni’s position from “ss” to “2b”.

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