Indians on the mound:
Jack Westbrook made his fifth start of the spring and got roughed up a bit when he allowed seven runs on 11 hits in four innings. The right-hander entered the game with a 0.82 ERA.
Rays on the mound:
Right-hander Gary Glover made his first start of the spring and faced the minimum in three innings worked. A walk to Jason Michaels was the only blemish to his line. Catcher Josh Paul then threw out Michaels trying to steal second base.
Grapefruit League records:
Indians 12-8; Rays 4-16.
The Rays will travel to Kissimmee on Wednesday to play the Astros in a 7:05 p.m ET contest at Osceola County Stadium. Right-hander James Shields will start for the Rays and will be opposed by right-hander Woody Williams. Of interest will be the performances of right-handers Brian Stokes and Seth McClung and left-hander Jeff Ridgeway, who are all competing for spots in the Rays' bullpen.
The Indians are off Wednesday and return to action Thursday night against the Tigers in a 6:05 contest in Lakeland. Right-hander Fausto Carmona will start for the Indians, while right-hander Jeremy Bonderman pitches for the Tigers.
Bill Chastain is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.