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March 15, 2009

Final: Rangers 10, Padres 7

Michael Young and Chris Davis hit their first homers of the spring, and the Rangers scored six times in the fourth inning to beat San Diego 10-7 on Sunday at Surprise Stadium.

Kevin Millwood allowed four runs in five innings despite not allowing a well-hit ball, and Derek Holland earned his first save of the spring after allowing a run over the final two innings.

Former TCU star Chad Huffman was the game's best offensive player, going 3-for-3 with a homer and two doubles. Afterward, he said he hopes to start the season at Triple-A Portland and eventually get called up for his major-league debut.

-- Jeff Wilson

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Jeff, what exactly do you consider a well hit ball. Millwood gave up a double and a homer. Those aren't exactly Texas Leaguers, are they? Millwood got hit, like he has been hit the last three years.

cool article on Derek Holland at HeyManWhatsUp.com

http://www.heymanwhatsup.com/main/category/hey-man-whats-next

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