A#039;s take two from Devil Rays

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Cory Ausderau was 3-for-3 with a RBI and a run scored June 8 to lead the A's over the Devil Rays, 5-2, in Dixie Majors action.

Josh Booker also had a big night with two hits while Brad Heartsill added a triple and Josh Womack added a double and a RBI. Adam Vickery also scored a run for the A's.

For the Devil Rays, Chris Shows was the leading hitter with a double, a single and a run scored.

Joe Mixon scored the other run for the Devil Rays.

Mets 9, Braves 3

David Moore and Casey Weston both had two hits apiece June 8 to lead the Mets over the Braves, 9-3.

Weston had two doubles and three RBI's in the win, while Lynn Lewis and Adam Moore also each had a double.

Hunter Paul also had a hit for the Mets with Stephen Croley and Scott Corley each scoring a run.

The Braves were led offensively by Thomas Phelps, Dusty Coker and Brady Newton. Phelps and Coker each scattered a single while Newton had a triple in the third inning and scored two runs.

A's 8, Devil Rays 1

David Stephenson, Josh Booker and Cory Ausderau each had two hits apiece Monday to lead the A's to victory, 8-1, over the Devil Rays.

Ausderau and Stephenson each scored two runs, while Josh Womack, Brad Heartsill and Booker each scored a run apiece.

For the Rays, Ronald Scott had to hits and Kevin Brogden and Devin Cheatham each had a single. Donald Scott scored the lone run for the Devil Rays.

Alan Little earned the win for the A's, while Chris Shows struck out nine batters in the loss.

Braves 15, Rangers 4

Brandon Burnette had two triples and scored two runs Monday as the Braves toppled the Rangers via the mercy rule, 15-4.

The Braves exploded for eight runs in the third inning, with Brandon Anthony knocking in a three-run triple.

Brady Newton also had a pair of doubles in the win, while Daniel Hartley, Andrew Phelps and Ty Newton each scattered a single and a run scored.

For the Rangers, Justin Ray was the leading hitter, going 2-for-2, while Terrence Whittle, David Taylor, Chance Davis and Chris Scott each had a single in the loss.

Ty Newton picked up the win for Braves, striking out 10 Rangers batters.