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Lowrie grounded into fielder's choice, second baseman Altuve to shortstop Villar, Crisp out.
Callaspo homered to right on a 2-1 count, Moss scored, Cespedes scored.
Reddick homered to right on a 3-1 count, Jaso scored. .
Lowrie was out bunting, pitcher Clemens to first baseman Krauss.
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Even in death, Tampa teen's heart keeps giving
(AP) — March 9, the first anniversary of his daughter's death, and Ronald Pierce was anxious.
The pictures chronicled the life of his daughter Amanda, who was 18 when she died in a crash as she was driving to Florida State University in Tallahassee to see her sister.
Amanda was a popular senior at Plant High School, where she was involved in the school's chapter of Best Buddies, an organization that pairs students with special-needs children.
On March 8, Amanda was driving to Tallahassee when she swerved to avoid traffic backed up because of two previous accidents on the interstate, and her car struck a tree.
The night of Amanda's car crash, March 8, 2013, his heartbeat was erratic, skipping way too many beats.
 after the surgery, he asked his mother for the flavored milk and drank five small cartons.
Guilty because he got a donated organ but so many of his fellow patients had not.
Florida has more than 7 million people on the organ, tissue and eye donor registry, the second-largest registry in the country, said Betsy Edwards, a spokeswoman for LifeLink of Florida.
April has been designated National Donate Life Month to encourage people to register to donate their organs, tissues and eyes, and to honor those who have donated.
Organs don't remain viable for long after death; most come from people who suffer a traumatic brain injury and who don't die until they are in the hospital.
In Florida, the waiting list for organ donation is about 5,500 people.
"The available organs for transplants can't keep up with the national transplant waiting list," Edwards said.
In 2006, the organ donation community began a campaign focused on the state registries, Giery said.
In Florida, people can register online or at a driver's license office.
Seven years ago, when the campaign began, an estimated 60 million people in the country were registered as organ donors.
In early July, he sent a text message to Jessica Pierce thanking her and her family for the gift of life.
Pierce was drawn back to years past at Kate Jackson Park, where he used to take his daughters to play when they were growing up on Davis Islands.
In his optometry office, Pierce's walls are filled with music memorabilia, including autographs, album covers and photos from the rock bands Yes, Moody Blues and Boston.
A wooden desk that belonged to Amanda sits against an office wall.
Pierce wants to take Garrett to his first rock show, maybe this summer when Slash will be touring with Aerosmith.