L – Wright (0-1)
Oklahoma starting pitcher Jamey Wright gave up three runs – one earned – on four hits in 4 2/3 innings during Thursday's rehab start. The sinkerball specialist struck out five without issuing a walk.
Jason Botts capped off an outstanding May with a single, a double, and a walk in four plate appearances.
Left-handed relievers A.J. Murray and Randy Williams each pitched scoreless innings.
W – Volquez (3-0)
HR – Manriquez (8), Richardson (8)
Edinson Volquez (3.18 ERA/.212 BAA) was hittable, giving up seven hits in 5 2/3 innings, but the right-hander walked just two batters. Volquez allowed three runs while striking out six.
In 22.2 innings since being re-promoted to Double-A, Volquez has issued just 10 free passes, including two or fewer in his last three starts. He walked 20 in 35.1 frames with the High-A Bakersfield Blaze.
Kea Kometani came on to shut the door en route to 1.1 innings of perfect relief. The Hawaiian has allowed just two hits in seven innings as a relief pitcher this season.
The powerful catching duo of Kevin Richardson (.228/.300/.419) and Salomon Manriquez (.278/.337/.589) each went deep on Thursday.
Richardson was 3-for-5 while Manriquez had two hits in five at-bats.
Right fielder Anthony Webster (3/5), second baseman German Duran (2/4, 2B), centerfielder Brandon Boggs (2/4, 2B), and shortstop Casey Benajmin (2/5, 2B) also had multiple hits.
Appearing in his first game of the season, outfielder Ben Harrison was 0-for-2 with three walks.
L – Schlact (3-3)
HR – Teagarden (10)
Starting pitcher Michael Schlact ended with an ugly line despite taking a shutout into the sixth inning.
Schlact, who had retired 14 of the last 15 batters he faced entering the sixth inning, coughed up seven earned runs on seven hits in the sixth. In total, he gave up seven runs on nine hits in 5.1 innings.
DH Taylor Teagarden (.333/.493/.676) was 1-for-3 with a home run – his 10th – and a walk.
Right fielder John Mayberry went 1-for-4 with a double, his 13th of the year.
L – Hollis (1-2)
Former first-round pick Kasey Kiker struggled for the first time in 2007, as he surrendered four runs on four hits – including two home runs – in just three innings. The southpaw walked two and struck out five.
Hitting leadoff in place of the injured Craig Gentry, shortstop Marcus Lemon was 1-for-3 with a double and two walks.
Third baseman John Whittleman (.343/.441/.627) also went 1-for-3 with a double and two walks.
Catcher Manny Pina was 2-for-4 with a double and outfielder David Paisano singled twice in four at-bats.
First baseman Ian Gac was promoted from extended spring training to take Gentry's spot. Gac was hitless in three at-bats on Thursday.