Lee gives up Cycle to Jays; Phils 5, Jays 4

By on March 23, 2011
 

Photo by Eddie Michels

DUNEDIN, Fl.(RSEN)–Lefty Cliff Lee went six innings to get the win allowing just two runs on four hits as the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Toronto Blue Jays 5-4 before a soldout crowd Tuesday afternoon in Dunedin.
     Lee hurled 90-pitches 56 for strikes while walking two and striking out four.  He did allow a lead off triple to Rajel Davis in the first and a solo homer to Juan Rivera in the third counting for two of the four hits he allowed.  The other two were a double by Jose Bautista and a single by JP Arencibia to complete the cycle against Lee.
     Raul Ibanez had the big hit in the first off Toronto starter and loser Ricky Romero as his three-run homer to deep left center field put the Phillies ahead early.
     Toronto play a night game Wednesday at the Yankees in Tampa Brandon Morrow scheduled to pitch in a minor league game at the team’s training faculity.
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