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05/27/2007 7:34 PM ET
Millwood sharp in Frisco rehab start
Rehabbing Rangers pitcher gives up one hit over five innings vs. Tulsa
Kevin Millwood looked sharp in his first rehab start for Frisco, allowing one hit over five frames. (Erik Davila)

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Kevin Millwood allowed one hit over five scoreless innings in a rehab start as Frisco edged visiting Tulsa, 2-1, on Sunday.

Millwood, recovering from a hamstring injury and likely to return to Texas late next week, retired the first eight batters before giving up a double to Rick Guarno in the third inning.

He retired seven of the next eight before coming out of the game. Millwood, 2-4 for the Rangers this season with a 6.62 ERA, struck out three and walked one.

Luis Mendoza (5-0) got the win in relief, striking out six over four innings -- including three in the ninth. Mendoza, who allowed two hits and a walk, started for the RoughRiders (32-17) in his previous eight outings.

Jim Fasano's home run off Drillers reliever Darren Clarke to lead off the eighth made the difference for Frisco. Jerry Hairston Jr. added a solo blast with two out in the sixth.

Clarke (1-1) took the loss, yielding one run on three hits while fanning two.

Joe Gaetti's RBI single in the sixth accounted for the Drillers' scoring.

Ryan Mattheus took the hard-luck loss for Tulsa (26-24), giving up a run on five hits and a walk with one strikeout over seven innings.

Peter Zellen is a contributor to MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.