|Moore: 5 RBI|
Tyler Moore, a part-time player each of the last three seasons for the Nationals, proved to be the hitter Braves' hurlers could not get past. Moore delivered a solo homer, an RBI ground out and a bases-loaded triple to tally five RBI in the win.
|Rios: .714 BA|
Ttoaling 20 runs on 27 hits the Royals and Indians put on an offensive exhibition for the fans at Goodyear Park in Arizona, as Kansas City improved to 3-0 in the Cactus League with a 11-9 victory, while sending the Indians back to .500 with a 2-2 mark.
Once again, it was Alex Rios that did much of the damage, driving in three runs with a 3-for-4 effort, delivering a single, double and his second homer of the Spring.
Rios looks like the perfect fit for the Royals who have their eyes set on the Central Division crown, after falling just a game short last year. In two games this Spring, Rios is 5-for-7 (.714) with two homers, two doubles and six RBI. Not a bad start.