Rays starter Shane McClanahan allowed two runs, seven hits, and three walks over six innings of work against the Orioles on Saturday afternoon. He also struck out four batters and earned the victory as Tampa Bay ultimately defeated Baltimore by a score 8-2.
McClanahan bounced back after allowing nine runs, 13 hits, and three walks over his last two starts. Saturday's outing wasn't fantastic by any means, but a win is a win and he limited run damage in the process. The young right-hander owns an impressive 2.28 ERA, 0.87 WHIP, and .189 OBA along with 11.05 K/9 and 1.74 BB/9 through 22 starts on the mound this season.