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safety Jairus Byrd has a swollen right foot, but is not expected to miss any
playing time. Coach Chan Gailey said tests were negative on Monday, a day after
Byrd was hurt in a 35-17 win over the Kansas City Chiefs. Gailey expects Byrd to
be healthy to play at Cleveland on Sunday. Byrd was spotted wearing a protective
boot after team meetings. Defensive tackle Marcell Dareus was excused after he
returned home to his native Alabama following the game. Dareus is back with his
family to mourn the loss of his younger brother, who was shot and killed during
a burglary in a suburb of Birmingham, Ala., on Sept. 9. Though its unclear when
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his ninth straight game Sunday with a lower abdominal strain. Spoelstra says
that Boshs status is “still indefinite.” The Heat lost their All-Star forward in
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eliminated in the first round of the playoffs for a second straight season after
winning the Stanley Cup in 2010. Quenneville met with general manager Stan
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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. —The more David Price pitches, the more his 2010
performance looks less like a fluke. Price, the AL starter in last seasons
All-Star game, struck out 12 over eight strong innings and Jose Molina hit his
first homer of the season to lead the Tampa Bay Rays to their sixth straight
win, 7-2 over the Oakland Athletics on Friday night. The Rays, who are a major
league-best 19-8, improved to 13-1 at home and won for the 12th time in 13 games
overall. Price (5-1) threw just 106 pitches while allowing an earned run, three
hits and a walk. He is the second AL pitcher to win five games this season,
joining teammate James Shields, who got his fifth victory Wednesday. “I hope
(Shields and I) continue to win, that we compete to match each other win for
win,” said Price, who after going 19-8 in 2010 came in second in the Cy Young
voting. “If were both winning that means the Rays are winning.” Price also
struck out each As starter once, including Cuban rookie Yoenis Cespedes twice.
Prices 12 strikeouts were two off the Rays club record of 14 he set in 2011.
“Hes still a young man with a great arm, so we have to take care of him,” Rays
manager Joe Maddon said of his 26-year-old left-hander. “Hes still learning his
craft and look out when he does.” Price also had help defensively, including a
diving catch by right fielder Matt Joyce in the third inning. Joyce tracked a
ball hit hard by second baseman Jemile Weeks, then dove to his left and slide
into the low wall by the Rays bullpen. “Im glad I caught it,” Joyce said. “It
always hurts less when you catch it. . I had the pleasure of making another
great catch for him because the last three starts is the probably the best Ive
ever seen Price (pitch).” Prior to Friday, Price picked up his first win against
Texas after throwing six innings. That win came on the heels of complete-game
shutout against Anaheim on April 24. Tyson Ross (1-2) had his second straight
rough outing, giving up seven runs on nine hits in 3 1-3 innings. Less than a
week ago, Ross gave up nine runs on 11 hits against Baltimore. “I think theyre
the hottest team in baseball right now,” Ross said. “I definitely tip my cap to
them, but at the same time, I know I didnt put my best foot forward today and
they definitely made me pay.” Molina hit a two-run homer in the Rays four-run
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hit a two-run double in the third to give him a team-high 21 RBIs. “I think that
some time in his life Luke can be a hitting coach,” Maddon said. “As the DH, we
talk a lot in the dugout and just his outlook on seeing pitches is something
everyone can learn from.” The As took a brief 1-0 lead in the second inning when
former Ray Johnny Gomes doubled and then scored on a double by Kurt Suzuki.
Cliff Pennington added a solo homer off reliever Brandon Gomes in the ninth.
Joel Peralta picked up his second save this season when he came on in the ninth
to get the