1 O AKLAND A THLETICS Game Information Oakland Athletics Baseball Company 7000 Coliseum Way Oakland, CA A s PR on Alerts OAKLAND ATHLETICS (26-33) VS. TAMPA BAY RAYS (31-31) FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 2017 TROPICANA FIELD 7:10 P.M. EDT RHP ANDREW TRIGGS (5-5, 3.36) VS. RHP ALEX COBB (4-5, 4.52) NBCSCA A S RADIO NETWORK (KFOX 98.5 FM) ABOUT THE A S: Are 3-2 over the last five games but are 4-8 over the last 12 contests are (.441) for the season, which is tied for the second worst record in the American League it is one game better than last year (25-34) and three games better than 2015 (23-36) are seven games under.500, which is one short of the season high of eight (twice, last: on June 4) are in fifth place in the AL West for the 10th consecutive day and trail first place Houston by 16 games that is ½ game short of the season high of 16½ (twice, last on June 5) have spent one day tied for first this year, seven days in second, six days tied for second, 13 days in third, four days tied for third, 14 days in fourth, four days tied for fourth and 18 days in fifth have not swept a series this year and now have a streak of 24 consecutive series without a sweep dating back to last year last swept a series Sept , 2016 at Kansas City are 3-4 in June went in May after going in April May marked the A s seventh consecutive month with a losing record, which is Oakland s longest such streak since May 1997-May 1998 when they also had a streak of seven (excludes October). HOME AND AWAY: The A s are 8-20 (.286) on the road compared to (.581) at home have the second worst road record in the majors (PHI, 9-23/.281) begin a six-game road trip to Tampa Bay (four games) and Miami (two games) tonight went 2-5 on the last road trip to New York-AL (1-2) and Cleveland (1-3) and have lost 18 of the last 23 road games have lost each of the last seven road series, which is their longest such streak since April 22-June 9, 2005 when they also dropped seven in a row have not lost more than seven straight road series since May 16-July 9, 1986 when they lost nine in a row went 3-3 on the last homestand against Washington (1-2) and Toronto (2-1) the series loss to Washington was the A s first home series loss since dropping a rain-shortened twogame series with Houston, April have won 16 of the last 24 home games are in home series compared to in road series. THE LONG BALL...: The A s have hit 87 home runs, which ranks fourth in the American League and matches the 2000 club for the most in Athletics history after 59 games (had 88 after 60 games in 2000) home runs have accounted for 135 of the A s 247 runs (54.7%) are when homering, 2-10 when they don t the mark when held to no home runs is third worst in the AL A s pitchers allowed four home runs Wednesday have surrendered 14 home runs in the last six games and 20 in the last 10 however, have yielded just 66 for the season, which is tied for second fewest in the AL (KC, 65) the A s are 20-9 when out-homering the opponent, 6-24 when they don t....and THE STRIKEOUT: The A s struck out 13 times Wednesday, the 30th time in 59 games this year they have fanned 10 or more times had 33 games with 10 or more strikeouts all last year have struck out 140 times in the last 13 games (10.8 per game) have 540 strikeouts for the season, which is second most in the American League (Tampa Bay, 630). DEFENSIVE DOINGS: The A s have committed just one error in their last four games but have made 59 errors for the season, which is 37.2% more than the next closest teams (BOS and MIL, 43) the errors have led to a Major League leading 41 unearned runs (ATL, 36) have seven outfield assists, which is tied with Boston for the fewest in the American League have allowed a ML leading 51 stolen bases (CHI-NL, 46) are tied for third in the AL in passed balls (7). OFFENSE: The A s are batting.219 (86-for-392) over the last 12 games, including.171 (14-for-82) with runners in scoring position for the season, rank last in the majors in batting with RISP (.213) and last in the American League in batting average (.235) have the second fewest runs scored in the AL (247) and the second lowest on-base percentage (.302) have collected at least four extra base hits in each of the last five games (15 doubles, 1 triple, 9 home runs) and have 197 for the season, which is tied with Tampa Bay for second most in the AL (HOU, 212) are tied for fourth in doubles (105) rank last in the majors in batting with the based loaded (.179) leadoff hitters are second to last in the majors in batting average (.176) and on-base percentage (.258) to Kansas City (.169/.198). PITCHING: The A s have compiled a 5.59 ERA (87 er in ip) over the last 16 games now have a 4.60 ERA for the season, which is third highest in the American League lead the AL in hit batters (26) and are tied for the lead in wild pitches (33) have the third lowest opponents slugging percentage (.402). STARTING PITCHING: A s starting pitchers are with a 4.65 ERA (116 er in ip) over the last 41 games after going 9-5 with a 3.79 ERA over the first 18 contests are with a 4.40 ERA for the season the losses are third most in the American League lead the AL in opponents slugging percentage (.391) and have the third lowest opponents batting average (.243) have allowed the fewest home runs in the majors (37). SCORING MARGIN: The A s are (.520) in games decided by two runs or fewer compared to (.382) in games decided by three runs or more have the second worst record in the American League in games decided by three runs or more (KC, 12-20/.375) are 5-7 (.417) in one-run games, including 1-5 on the road the 12 one-run games are tied with Chicago and Minnesota for the fewest in the AL and the record is tied for third worst have a run differential of -59, which is the lowest in the AL and fourth lowest in the majors. THIS AND THAT: The A s are 2-5 following an off day, which is the worst record in the American League and third worst in the majors are 3-9 in replay challenges while opposing managers are 11-6 have used 56 different lineups in 59 games rank fourth in the majors in runs scored in the ninth inning (32) and tied for third in runs allowed (31) lead the majors in home runs in the ninth (11) the A s average time of game is 3:06, which is third fastest in the AL but second longest in Oakland history (3:08 in 2000). THE DISABLED LIST: The A s have seven players on the disabled list (Bassitt, Doolittle, Dull, Graveman, Semien, Smolinski, Wahl) Bassitt, Semien and Smolinski are on the 60-day DL have used the DL 16 times this year and have had at least five players on the DL all year used the DL an Oakland record 27 times in LET S PLAY TWO: The A s and Rays will face each other in a doubleheader for the first time tomorrow the only other American League team Oakland has never faced in a twinbill is Houston it will be the A s first scheduled doubleheader since July 16, 2011 against Los Angeles-AL (L, 2-4; W, 4-3) and their first scheduled DH on the road since May 26, 2001 at Minnesota (W, 5-4; L, 6-7) the A s split their last doubleheader on May 7, 2014 against Seattle in Oakland (L, 4-6; W, 2-0) are over their last nine doubleheaders have not swept a doubleheader since Aug. 22, 1998 against Detroit. A s vs. RAYS: The A s won the season series last year, 5-2 it was their second season series win in the last three years and the fourth in the last six won three of four in Oakland and two of three at Tampa Bay were outscored by the Rays each of the last four A s wins were one-run victories are (.595) against Tampa Bay dating back to 2011 all-time, the A s are (.616) against the Rays, which is the MLB BEST RECORDS, VS. ONE TEAM W L PCT Rangers vs. Astros Cardinals vs. D-backs A s vs. Rays Indians vs. Rays Braves vs. Rockies (min. 100 games) best record by any American League team against Tampa Bay it is the third best record of any team against any opponent based on a minimum of 100 games are in Oakland and at Tropicana Field. TODAY S TIDBITS Yonder Alonso is tied for fourth in the American League with a careerhigh 16 home runs leads AL first baseman in on-base percentage (.390) and slugging percentage (.669), is tied for second in home runs (16) and ranks third in batting (.299) and RBI (34) Khris Davis hit his 17th home run of the season Sunday, which is tied for second in the majors has 59 home runs over the last two years, which are the most in the majors (Cruz, 57) Ryon Healy has four home runs in his last five games and 13 for the season, which matches his career high from last year is the fourth player in Oakland history to hit 10 home runs in each of his first two Major League seasons. THIS DATE IN A S HISTORY In 1973 Ken Holtzman tosses a two-hit shutout to improve to 11-3 in the A s 4-0 win over Detroit in 1990 Dave Stewart tosses a four-hitter as the A s shutout Kansas City, 5-0 in 1991 Jim Catfish Hunter becomes the first player in Oakland history to have his number retired when the A s honor the Hall of Famer by retiring number 27. PITCHING PROBABLES Sat., June 10 at Tampa Bay G#1: RHP Sonny Gray (2-2, 4.57) vs. RHP Erasmo Ramirez (3-1, 4.09) 11:10 NBCSCA/95.7 FM The Game G#2: LHP Sean Manaea (5-3, 3.81) vs. RHP Matt Andriese (5-1, 3.45) NBCSCA/95.7 FM The Game Sun., June 11 at Tampa Bay RHP Jesse Hahn (2-4, 4.30) vs. RHP Chris Archer (4-4, 3.65) 10:10 NBCSCA/95.7 FM The Game Get the latest A s notes, full stat packets, clips, press releases, roster, updated media guide and more at World Champions American League Champions
2 TODAY S STARTING PITCHER: Andrew Triggs (5-5, 3.36 ERA) THREE-GAME LOSING STREAK: Is 0-3 with a 7.20 ERA (12 er in 15.0 ip) and.359 (23-for-64) opponents batting average over his last three starts the losing streak is the longest of his career has allowed six runs in each of the three starts his streak of three consecutive starts with six or more runs matches the longest by an Athletic over the last eight years (Gray, May 3-15, 2016) went 5-2 with a 2.12 ERA and.209 opponents batting average over his first eight starts. UNEARNED RUNS: Has allowed 11 unearned runs, which is tied for the most in the majors (Holland, CWS) and tied for the most by an A s pitcher over the last eight years the last A s pitcher to allow more than 11 unearned runs in a season is Vin Mazzaro in 2010 (12) opponents have reached on an error six times, which is tied for the most in the American League and tied for second most in the majors (Gsellman, NYM 7). HOME AND AWAY: Is 2-1 with a 0.72 ERA (2 er in 25.0 ip) in four starts on the road compared to 3-4 with a 5.15 ERA (21 er in 36.2 ip) in seven starts at home last year, he was 1-0 with a 5.58 ERA in 12 games on the road and 0-1 with a 2.81 ERA in 12 games at home. DAYS REST: Is scheduled to start on six days rest today is 1-3 with an 8.24 ERA (18 er in 19.2 ip) in three starts on four days rest, 4-2 with a 1.07 ERA (5 er in 42.0 ip) in seven starts with five days rest or more. OPPONENTS BATTING: Has a.194 (19-for-98) opponents batting average against left-handed hitters compared to.290 (40-for-138) against right-handers the mark against lefties is fourth lowest in the American League among pitchers that qualify for the ERA title also ranks seventh with a.167 (5-for-30) average against the clean-up hitter opponents are hitting.197 (13-for-66) with two outs but he has surrendered four of his six home runs in that situation. ON THE BASES: Opponents have stolen 11 bases with him on the mound, which is second most in the majors (Glasnow, PIT 12) that is already the most steals against an A s pitcher over the last three years opponents have been caught stealing with him on the mound four times, which is tied for second most in the AL THE LONG BALL: Has allowed five home runs in his last four starts (21.0 ip) after surrendering just one long ball over his first seven starts (40.2 ip) has yielded two grand slams, which is tied for the most in the majors (Chacin, SD). MONTH BY MONTH: Is 0-1 with a ERA (6 er in 3.2 ip) and.450 (9-for-20) opponents batting average in one start in June went 1-3 with a 3.45 ERA and.269 opponents batting average in five starts in the month of May after going 4-1 with a 1.84 ERA and.194 opponents average in five starts in April tied for fifth in the American League in May losses (3) his four wins in April match the most by an Oakland pitcher in the month of April over the last 27 years (eighth time, last: Gray and Kazmir in 2014) his April ERA was second lowest by an A s pitcher over the last 10 years (Kazmir, 0.99 in 2015). EARNED RUNS: Has allowed one earned run or fewer in seven of his 11 starts, including no earned runs four times began the season with a 17.2-inning streak without allowing an earned run that was the longest season-opening streak in Oakland history by a starting pitcher on the Opening Day roster it was third longest by any Oakland pitcher since the earned run became an official stat in the American League in 1913, he is just the third A s pitcher to start the season with three games of five or more innings and no earned runs joins Eddie Rommel (1924) and Vean Gregg (1918). THIS AND THAT: Is scheduled to make his team-leading 12th start of the season made six starts in his Major League debut last year has allowed one run or fewer in five of his 11 starts and walked one batter or fewer six times has walked one batter or fewer 13 of his 17 career starts has issued six of his 17 walks in the first inning has 16 runs of support in his last eight starts after receiving 16 runs of support in his first three is tied for fifth in the AL in hit batters (4) and ranks seventh in fewest pitches per game (90.5) took the loss April 23 against Seattle to snap a career-best four-game winning streak dating back to last year won each of his first three starts this year to become the first A s pitcher to go 3-0 over his first three starts since Tommy Milone in START-BY-START: He was the winning pitcher in the A s 5-1 win over Los Angeles (AL) April 6 in Oakland issued a career-high three walks surrendered his only run in the third inning and it was unearned won his second consecutive start in the A s 8-3 win at Kansas City April 12 tossed 6.0 innings and did not allow a run allowed just three base runners to advance into scoring position improved to 3-0 in the A s 4-2 win over Texas on April 18 in Oakland shut out the Rangers on two hits over the first five innings but Darvish blanked the A s on one hit over that Span Triggs then allowed two unearned runs in the sixth was charged with his first loss of the season in the A s 11-1 loss to Seattle April 23 in Oakland yielded a career-high six runs in 4.2 innings surrendered five runs in the third inning, including a Motter grand slam picked up his fourth win of the season in the A s 2-1 victory at Houston April 29 struck out a career-high nine batters and logged a career-high 7.0 scoreless innings was the losing pitcher in the A s 7-2 loss to Detroit on May 5 in Oakland was charged with two unearned runs in the third inning and allowed a base loaded three-run triple to Adduci in the sixth picked up his fifth win of the season in the A s 3-1 victory over Los Angeles (AL) May 10 in Oakland walked the first three batters he faced to match his career high in walks tossed a career-high 105 pitches had his first no decision in the A s 9-6 win at Seattle on May 16 allowed a two-out solo home run to Cruz in the first inning but that was the only run he would allow in six innings left with a 4-1 lead but the bullpen allowed three runs in the seventh inning for the blown save was the losing pitcher in the A s 12-3 loss to Boston May 21 in Oakland matched his career highs in runs (6) and walks (3) lost his second consecutive start in the A s 9-5 loss at New York (AL) May 28 matched his career high by allowing six runs but only one was earned the five unearned runs match the most by an A s pitcher over the last eight seasons (last: Milone on June 30, 2012 vs. Texas) surrendered four unearned runs in the third as a Joyce error preceded a Judge grand slam. LAST START: He was the losing pitcher in the A s 13-3 loss to Washington a week ago today in Oakland allowed a career high nine hits and matched his career highs in runs (6) and home runs (2) allowed solo home runs in the second and third innings to Taylor and Murphy the A s scored two in the bottom of the third to tie the game but he allowed four runs in the fourth inning for the loss Wieters had a RBI double and Turner and Murphy had RBI singles before the bullpen allowed an inherited runner to score. TRIGGS 2017 STARTS Date Opponent Score Dec ERA IP H R ER BB SO HR #PIT April 6 Los Angeles (AL) 5-1 W April 12 at Kansas City 8-3 W April 18 Texas 4-2 W April 23 Seattle 1-11 L April 29 at Houston 2-1 W April Totals (5 games, 5 starts) May 5 Detroit 2-7 L May 10 Los Angeles (AL) 3-1 W May 16 at Seattle May 21 Boston 3-12 L May 28 at New York (AL) 5-9 L May Totals (5 games, 5 starts) June 2 Washington 3-13 L TRIGGS vs. TAMPA BAY: Has made one career appearance and it came in relief last year on May 14 at Tampa Bay in a 6-0 A s loss (2.0 ip, 1 h, 1 r, 1 er, 1 bb, 1 so) relieved Kendall Graveman with two outs in the sixth inning and the A s trailing 4-0 and stranded two inherited runners was charged with a run in the eighth inning when Rzepczynski allowed an inherited runner to score. TRIGGS CAREER MATCHUPS VS. TAMPA BAY Player Bat AB H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SH SF HBP GDP AVG OBP SLG Corey Dickerson L Kevin Kiermaier L Evan Longoria R Brad Miller L Logan Morrison L Colby Rasmus L Steven Souza Jr. R RECAP: Was claimed off waivers from Baltimore during the spring and went 1-1 with a 4.31 ERA and.255 opponents batting average in 24 games (six starts) over eight stints in his Major League debut with the A s the eight stints are believed to be the most in one season in Oakland history struck out 55 and walked just 13 for a strikeout-to-walk ratio of 4.23 compiled an 8.00 ERA and.312 opponents batting average in 10 relief appearances over his first four stints through June 3 then went 1-1 with a 2.58 ERA and.224 opponents batting average in 14 games (six starts), over his final four stints his opponents batting average included a.235 mark against right-handed hitters compared to.277 against left-handers. TRIGGS BY THE NUMBERS W L ERA G IP ER Career Home Road Day Night Pre-ASB Post-ASB AVG. AB H vs. LHH vs. RHH TRIGGS CAREER HIGHS Low Hit CG: None IP: 7.0, 4/29/17 at HOU Fewest IP, GS: 3.0, 6/18/16 vs. LAA H: 9, 6/2/17 vs. WAS R: 6 (four times), last: 6/2/17 vs. WAS ER: 6 (twice), last: 6/2/17 vs. WAS BB: 3 (three times), last: 5/21/17 vs. BOS SO: 9, 4/29/17 at HOU HR: 2 (twice), last: 6/2/17 vs. WAS Pitches: 105, 5/10/17 vs. LAA Win Streak: 4, 8/28/16 to 4/18/17 Loss Streak: 3, 5/21/17 to present Scoreless Streak: 13.2, 4/6/17 to 4/18/17 Complete Games: None Shutouts: None TOMORROW S PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS Game 1: RHP Sonny Gray (2-2, 4.68 ERA): Is scheduled to make his eighth start since being reinstated from the disabled list May 1 had a no decision in his last start, an A s loss to Washington on Sunday in Oakland (7.0 ip, 4 h, 3 r, 3 er, 3 bb, 6 so) is 2-2 with a 4.22 ERA (42.2 ip, 44 h, 24 r, 20 er, 11 bb, 31 so) in seven career starts against Tampa Bay including 1-0 with a 1.93 ERA in three starts at Tropicana Field. Game 2: LHP Sean Manaea (5-3, 3.81 ERA): Is 4-0 with a 1.80 ERA and.180 opponents batting average over his last four starts the winning streak is a career high was the winning pitcher in his last start, a 5-3 A s win over Toronto last Monday in Oakland (6.0 ip, 4 h, 2 r, 2 er, 3 bb, 7 so) had a no decision in his only career appearance against the Rays, a start in the A s 1-0, 13-inning win in Oakland last year on July 22 (8.0 ip, 5 h, 7 so).
3 TEAM 7-9, 4.95 ERA (107 er in ip) Saves/Opportunities: 12-for-19 (63.1%) The bullpen has compiled a 6.62 ERA (39 er in 53.0 ip) over the last 16 games and now has a 4.95 ERA for the season, which is second highest in the American League (MIN, 5.24). Has converted each of its four save opportunities over the last 20 games after tallying four blown saves over a five-game stretch from May have 12 saves for the season, which is fourth fewest in the AL have 19 save opportunities, which is third fewest. Has allowed just one first batter home run, which is tied with Pittsburgh for the fewest in the majors has the second lowest slugging percentage against first batters faced in the AL (.274). Are tied with Milwaukee for the most stolen bases allowed in the majors (22) are tied for the fewest wins in the AL (7) and are tied for the fourth most walks (79) 61 RHP JOHN AXFORD Last Outing: 6/7 vs. Toronto (ND, 1.0 ip, 1 bb, 2 so) Inherited Runners/Scored: 2/0 First Hitters: 2-8 Has not surrendered a run in his last three outings (3.0 ip, 1 h, 2 bb, 4 so) after allowing seven runs over his first five contests (11.57 ERA). Has allowed a.190 (4-for-21) batting average against left-handed hitters compared to.500 (7-for-14) against right-handers. Had two wins in two outings against Tampa Bay last year (3.0 ip, 1 h, 1 bb, 3 so) has a 1.93 ERA (1 er in 4.2 ip) in four career outings against the Rays. Was on the A s Opening Day roster but did not pitch before he was placed on the 10-day DL April 5, retroactive to April 2, with a strained right shoulder did not allow a run in a three-game rehab assignment with Triple-A Nashville (3.1 ip, 2 h, 4 so) and was reinstated May 21. Last Year: Went 6-4 with three saves and a 3.97 ERA in 68 relief appearances in his first season with the A s had a 2.70 ERA over his first 26 games and a 2.19 ERA over his final 24 but logged a 9.42 ERA in 18 games in between. 46 RHP SANTIAGO CASILLA Last Outing: 6/6 vs. Toronto (SV, 1.0 ip, 1 h, 2 so) Saves/Opportunities: Inherited Runners/Scored: 2/1 First Hitters: 5-20, 2 bb Has not allowed a run in five of his last six appearances (1 er in 6.0 ip, 1.50 ERA) and has converted each of his four save opportunities over that stretch those are his only four save chances over the A s last 24 games. Ranks 10th in the American League in saves (10) is tied for fourth among AL relievers in stolen bases allowed (5). Has a 7.56 ERA (7 er in 8.1 ip), is 3-for-5 in save chances and has surrendered both of his home runs in nine games on the road had a 2.08 ERA (3 er in 13.0 ip) in 13 games in Oakland where he has converted each of his seven save opportunities. Opponents are 2-for-19 (.105) with runners in scoring position. Has held right-handed hitters to a.182 (8-for-44) batting average. Has not faced Tampa Bay since Aug. 3, 2013 (1.0 ip, 1 h, 1 bb). Last Year: Went 2-5 with 31 saves and a 3.57 ERA in 62 relief appearances with San Francisco ranked sixth in the NL in saves but had a career-high nine blown saves, which tied for the most in the majors struck out a career-high 65 batters. 35 LHP DANIEL COULOMBE Last Outing: 6/6 vs. Toronto (ND, 0.2 ip,1 bb, 2 so) Inherited Runners/Scored: 22/5 First Hitters: 5-20, 2 bb, hbp Has not allowed an earned run in 11 of his last 12 appearances and has a 1.17 ERA (1 er in 7.2 ip) and.125 (3-for-24) opponents batting average over that span. Has held left-handed hitters to a.171 (6-for-35) batting average compared to.278 (10-for-36) against right-handers four of his six hits against lefties are extra-base hits (two doubles, triple, home run). Has tossed fewer than one inning in 10 of his last 11 games and 13 of 23 games for the season. Opponents are 1-for-24 (.042) with runners in scoring position that is the fourth lowest mark in the American League (min ip). Is tied for second in the AL in inherited runners (22). First batters faced started the year 4-for-7 against him but are 1-for-13 with two walks and a hit by pitch in his last 16 appearances. Has never faced the Rays in his career. Last Year: Was 3-1 with a 4.53 ERA and.216 opponents batting average in 35 games over five stints with the A s had no decisions, a 1.08 ERA and.200 opponents batting average in 20 relief appearances for Triple-A Nashville. 31 RHP LIAM HENDRIKS Last Outing: 6/7 vs. Toronto (ND, 2.0 ip, 3 so) Saves/Opportunities: 0-1 Inherited Runners/Scored: 13/5 First Hitters: 4-20, 4 bb Has not allowed a run in 16 of his last 19 appearances for a 1.23 ERA (3 er in 22.0 ip) yielded six runs over his first five outings (11.57 ERA). Has struck out at least one batter in each of his last nine appearances (18 so in 10.1 ip, strikeouts per nine innings). ATHLETICS BULLPEN BRIEFS Has held right-handed hitters to a.167 (9-for-54) batting average and no extra base hits lefties have 10 of the 14 RBI off him. Is tied for fifth in the American League in most first batter walks (4). Faced Tampa Bay once last year on July 21 (1.0 ip, 1 so). Last Year: Compiled a 3.76 ERA and.270 opponents batting average in 53 relief appearances in his first season with the A s had an 8.27 ERA in 11 games before going on the disabled list in early May, a 2.23 ERA in 42 games following his return. 44 RHP RYAN MADSON Last Outing: 6/6 vs. Toronto (ND, 1.1 ip,1 bb, 2 so) Saves/Opportunities: 1-3 Inherited Runners/Scored: 6/2 First Hitters: 6-24, bb Tossed 1.1 scoreless innings Tuesday against Toronto after allowing a season-high three runs in 0.2 innings last Sunday against Washington had allowed just two runs over his previous 14 games from April 27 to June 3 (1.32 ERA). Was charged with his fourth loss of the season Sunday against Washington, which is tied for third most among American League relievers. Opponents have six stolen bases with him on the mound, which is tied for the most among AL relievers. Has held right-handed hitters to a.174 (8-for-46) batting average. Has a 7.71 ERA (4 er in 4.2 ip) in six games on no days rest, a 1.42 ERA (3 er in 19.0 ip) in his other 19 contests. Has not allowed a run in four games against AL East teams this year (4.1 ip) and has a 0.53 ERA (1 er in 17.0 ip) in 17 games against the East over the last two years. Converted each of his three save opportunities in four games against the Rays last year (4.0 ip, 1 h, 2 bb, 4 so) has a 1.32 ERA (2 er in 13.2 ip) in eight career outings against Tampa Bay. Last Year: Saved a team-leading 30 games in his first season with Oakland to become just the second A s pitcher over the last 10 years to save 30 or more games ranked ninth in the AL in saves but tied for second with seven blown saves. 47 RHP FRANKIE MONTAS Last Outing: 6/7 vs. Toronto (L, 0.2 ip, 2 h, 3 r, 3 er, 2 hr) Inherited Runners/Scored: 9/4 First Hitters: 5-17, 3 bb, hbp Has allowed 10 runs over his last four games (10 er in 4.2 ip, ERA) after yielding no runs over his previous six contests (8.1 ip). Has surrendered two home runs in each of his last two outings and has nine for the season, which is tied for the most among ML relievers. Ranks second among American League relievers in most hits (36), tied for third in most walks (15), fourth in most runs (22) and tied for fifth in most extra base hits (12). Has tossed at least two innings six times and is tied for eighth among AL relievers in innings pitched (28.2). Has allowed a.370 (17-for-46) batting average and six of his nine home runs to left-handed hitters. Has never faced Tampa Bay in his career. Has a 1.53 ERA (3 er in 17.2 ip) in innings 3-7, a ERA (19 er in 11.0 ip) from the eighth inning on. Last Year: Missed nearly the entire season due to rib cage injuries combined for a 0-0 record and a 2.25 ERA in seven games, four starts, with Tulsa (AA) and Oklahoma City (AAA) started the year on the Dodgers DL, ended it on the Triple-A DL. 36 RHP ZACH NEAL Last Outing: 6/2 vs Washington (ND, 3.1 ip, 9 h, 7 r, 7 er, 1 so, 3 hr) Inherited Runners/Scored: 0/0 First Hitters: 0-2 Allowed a career-high nine hits and a career-high tying seven runs in his last outing a week ago tonight against Washington to snap a career-high 13.0-inning scoreless streak dating back to Sept. 24, Was selected from Triple-A Nashville May 24 and has pitched twice. Has faced Tampa Bay once in his career on July 21 of last year (3.0 ip, 1 h, 2 so). His 2017 minor league statistics: W L S G IP H R ER HR BB SO ERA Nashville (AAA) 1 2 0/ Last Year: Made his Major League debut and went 2-4 with two saves and a 4.24 ERA in 24 games (six starts) over four stints with the A s issued just six walks in 70.0 innings, an average of 0.77 walks per nine innings 57 RHP JOSH SMITH Last Outing: 6/7 vs. Toronto (ND, 0.1 ip) Inherited Runners/Scored: 3/0 First Hitters: 1-11 Has not allowed a run over his last four games (3.1 ip, 2 h, 2 so) after yielding eight runs over his previous three contests (3.0 ip, ERA). Has a 1.59 ERA (1 er in 5.2 ip) in four games on the road, an 8.3 ERA (8 er in 8.2 ip) in seven games in Oakland. Has never faced Tampa Bay in his career. Was selected from Triple-A Nashville May 3 after going 2-0 with a 3.29 ERA and.146 opponents batting average in nine relief appearances with the Sounds. Last Year: Spent most of the season with Cincinnati where he went 3-3 with a 4.68 ERA in 32 games (two starts) over two stints with the Reds also went 4-4 with a 3.80 ERA in nine games (eight starts) with Triple-A Louisville.
4 ATHLETICS BATTING NOTES 17 YONDER ALONSO Current Streak: 0 for 5 Toronto Series: 2-8, r, 2b, 4 so Last Homestand: 7-19, 6 r, 2 2b, 2 hr, 3 rbi, 2 bb, 7 so Is batting.361 (13-for-36) with 10 runs scored, four doubles, three home runs and four RBI over his last 11 games after missing seven of the previous eight contests with soreness in his left knee and a contusion on his right hand and wrist (from HBP on May 23). Is tied for fifth in the American League with a career-high 16 home runs combined for just 12 home runs in 259 games over his previous two seasons. Leads AL first baseman in on-base percentage (.390) and slugging percentage (.669), is tied for second in home runs (16) and ranks third in batting (.299) and RBI (34). Is batting.315 (40-for-127) against right-handed pitching,.207 (6-for-29) against left-handers five of his six hits off lefties are for extra bases (two doubles, three home runs). Has a.330 (36-for-109) average at night,.213 (10-for-47) during the day. Is 0 for his last 7 with runners in scoring position but is hitting.371 (13- for-35) with RISP for the season. Went 0-for-3 with a career-high tying three strikeouts Tuesday against Toronto (2nd time this year, 12th career). Last Year: Batted.253 with 34 doubles, seven home runs and 56 RBI in 156 games in his first season with Oakland had career highs in games and runs scored (52) ranked second among AL first baseman with a.997 fielding percentage. 38 JAYCOB BRUGMAN Current Streak: 0 for 0 Tampa Bay Series: 0-0 Road Trip: 0-0 Was recalled from Triple-A Nashville today and will be making his Major League debut. Was selected by the A s in the 17th round of the 2013 draft is the sixth player from that draft to reach the majors (Overton, Pinder, Healy, Covey, Wahl). Is a.275 (490-for-1783) career hitter with 41 home runs and 253 RBI in 466 games over five seasons in the A s farm system. Began the season on Nashville s disabled list with a strained left calf was reinstated May 3 and hit.371 over his first 15 games went 15-for- 70 (.214) over his final 18 contests appeared in 15 games in center field, 10 in left field and seven in right field his complete 2017 minor league stats: AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS SLG OBP Nashville (AAA) Last Year: Began the season at Double-A Midland and was moved up to Triple-A Nashville May 21 combined for a.285 batting average, 12 home runs and 87 RBI in 132 games overall ranked second in the A s farm system in hits (155). 2 KHRIS DAVIS Current Streak: 2 games (2 for 7) Toronto Series: 2-8, 3 r, 2 2b, 4 rbi, 2 bb, 2 so, sf, 2 gidp Last Homestand: 6-20, 7 r, 3 2b, hr, 6 rbi, 2 bb, 6 so, sf, 2 gidp Is 5-for-12 (.417) with six runs, three doubles, a home run and six RBI over his last four games after going 4-for-27 (.148) over his previous eight contests. Is tied for second in the majors in home runs (17) 16 have come off right-handed pitchers has 59 home runs over the last two years, which are the most in the majors (Cruz, 57). Ranks fifth in the American League in strikeouts (74) and tied for eighth in RBI (38). Eight of his 17 home runs have put the A s ahead as have 13 of his 38 RBI is tied for second in the AL in go-ahead RBI. Is hitting.188 (19-for-101) on the road, which is fourth lowest in the AL Is batting.180 (24-for-133) with nine home runs and 18 RBI in 37 games at night,.311 (23-for-74) with eight home runs and 20 RBI in 20 games during the day has the third lowest night batting average in the AL. Is batting.167 (8-for-48) with runners in scoring position. Last Year: Batted.247 with 42 HR and 102 RBI in 150 games in his first season with the A s became the fifth player in Oakland history and seventh in Athletics history to hit 40 home runs tied for third in the American League in home runs. 11 RAJAI DAVIS Current Streak: 2 games (5 for 9) Toronto Series: 5-12, 5 r, 3 2b, 3b, bb, 2 so, sb Last Homestand: 6-19, 6 r, 3 2b, 3b, 2 bb, 3 so, sb, gidp Went 4-for-5 with four runs scored, two doubles and a triple Wednesday against Toronto it was the third time in his career he scored four runs, his 10th four-hit game and his 14th two-double game is the fifth leadoff hitter in Oakland history with at least four hits and four runs in a game (Young, 1996; Rickey, 1991; Polonia, 1988; Campy, 1970). Had gone 4-for-38 (.105) with 13 strikeouts over his previous 11 games. Is 8-for-12 (66.7%) in stolen base attempts is tied for fourth in the American League in caught stealing (4) and is tied for the sixth lowest stolen base percentage. Was reinstated from the 10-day disabled list May 2 and is batting.216 (24-for-111) in 31 games since his return was hitting.214 in 15 games when he was placed on the DL April 25 retroactive to April 22 with a strained left hamstring. Last Year: Played for the American League Champion Cleveland Indians and hit.249 with 12 HR and 48 RBI in 134 games had career highs in runs (74), home runs and walks (33) led the AL and ranked fourth in the majors with 43 steals. 25 RYON HEALY Current Streak: 0 for 4 Toronto Series: 3-10, 2 r, 2b, 2 hr, 6 rbi, 3 so Last Homestand: 9-22, 5 r, 3 2b, 4 hr, 10 rbi, 4 so Is 8-for-18 (.444) with five runs, three doubles, four home runs and 10 RBI over his last five games. Is batting.322 (39-for-121) with 10 home runs over his last 31 games after hitting.228 with three home runs over his first 27 contests. Is tied for fifth in the American League in extra base hits (28) and tied for eighth in total bases (116). Is batting.392 (20-for-51) against left-handed pitchers,.246 (42-for-171) against right-handers ranks fourth in the AL in batting against lefties. Has a.228 (26-for-114) batting average on the road compared to.333 (36-for-108) at home has hit 10 of his 13 home runs at home. Ranks sixth in the AL in batting average during the day (.333). Has 13 home runs in 58 games after hitting 13 home runs in 72 contests in his first season last year is the fourth player in Oakland history to hit 10 home runs in each of his first two Major League seasons (Yoenis Cespedes, ; Dave Revering, ; Mitchell Page, ). Has hit eight of his 13 home runs with runners on base, which is tied for third in the AL has seven home runs in 22 day games, six in 36 night games ranks fourth in the AL in day home runs. Has committed nine errors, seven of which have come in 15 games as a third baseman is tied for fourth among AL third basemen in most errors made nine errors in 72 games as a third baseman last year. Has made 56 starts at three different positions (28 at designated hitter, 15 at first base, 13 at third base). Went 2-for-3 with two home runs and five RBI Monday night against Toronto the RBI were a career high and it was his second career two homer game the first came last Saturday against Washington. Went 4-for-4 with two doubles, two home runs and three RBI Saturday against Washington the four extra base hits tied the Athletics singlegame record (last: Matt Holliday vs. Minnesota, July 20, 2009) the hits and home runs were career highs and the doubles matched his best. Last Year: Was called up by Oakland July 15 and started 72 of the A s 73 games after the All-Star Break at third base in his ML debut led ML rookies in doubles after the break (20) and topped AL rookies in hits (82) and extra base hits (33). 23 MATT JOYCE Current Streak: 1 game (1 for 2) Toronto Series: 1-3, rbi, so Last Homestand: 4-13, 4 r, 2 hr, 7 rbi, 4 bb, 4 so Is batting.173 (9-for-52) over his last 19 games and is now hitting.197 for the season, which is fourth lowest in the American League. Struck out as a pinch hitter Wednesday and is 1-for-7 (.143) with four strikeouts in the pinch this year. Each of his last five starts have come in the leadoff spot and he is 4-for- 17 (.235) with a double, two home runs, six RBI and five walks (.409 on-base percentage) in those five games. Is hitting.286 (6-for-21) against left-handed pitchers,.184 (25-for-136) with all seven of his home runs, all 26 of his RBI and all 24 of his walks against right-handers his average against righties is fourth lowest in the AL has made 40 of his 43 starts this year and 375 of his 390 starts over the last five years against righties. Is batting.162 (17-for-105) at night,.269 (14-for-52) during the day. Is 5-for-38 (.132) in 12 career games against the Rays played for Tampa Bay from and hit.250 with 76 home runs and 280 RBI in 633 games in six seasons. Has three errors in his last 13 games and is tied for sixth among AL outfielders in errors (3) the errors snap a 130-game errorless streak as an outfielder from June 2, 2015 to May 23, Hit his fifth career grand slam last Sunday in the ninth inning against Washington it was his first in over five years (May 25, 2012 at BOS) six of his seven home runs this year have come with runners on base. Had four RBI Sunday for his 13th career game of four or more RBI it was the first time his team lost one of those games. Last Year: Spent the entire season with Pittsburgh and batted.242 with 13 home runs and 42 RBI in 140 games added 59 walks for a career-high.403 on-base percentage set a Major League record with 21 pinch-walks.
5 8 JED LOWRIE Current Streak: 2 games (3 for 8) Toronto Series: 3-12, r, bb, 3 so Last Homestand: 7-25, 3 r, 2 2b, 4 rbi, 2 bb, 3 so Is 9-for-43 (.209) over his last 11 games but is batting.347 (25-for-72) with eight doubles, three home runs and 11 RBI over his last 18 contests. Is tied for second in the American League in doubles (18), tied for fifth in three-hit games (6) and tied for eighth in multiple hit games (20). Is hitting.313 (52-for-166) with all seven of his home runs and all 20 of his RBI against right-handed pitching,.216 (11-for-51) against lefthanders each of his last 12 home runs have come against righties his last homer off a lefty came on Aug. 31, 2015 against Seattle (Nuño). Is batting.248 (25-for-101) with one home run on the road,.328 (38-for- 116) with six home runs at home. Has 18 doubles and seven home runs in 57 games this year after collecting 12 doubles and two home runs in 87 games last year. Is a.196 (28-for-143) career hitter against Tampa Bay with no home runs in 45 games the Rays are the only AL team he has never homered against is a.167 (9-for-54) career hitter at Tropicana Field. Matched his career high with four RBI last Saturday against Washington (eighth time, last: Sept. 6, 2015 vs. Minnesota). Last Year: Returned to the A s and batted.263 with two home runs and 27 RBI in 87 games in a season shortened due to two stints on the disabled list has missed 152 games during three stints on the DL over the previous two seasons. 19 JOSH PHEGLEY Current Streak: 0 for 9 Toronto Series: 0-7, 2 so Last Homestand: 1-10, r, bb, 2 so Is 1-for-20 over his last nine games. Is batting.133 (4-for-30) at night,.239 (11-for-46) during the day. Has started 11 of the A s last 18 games at catcher overall, ranks fourth in the American League in passed balls (5) and tied for fourth among AL catchers in most errors (4) has tossed out 7-of-19 (36.8%) attempted base stealers. Was reinstated from the 7-day concussion disabled list May 12 and is batting.190 (8-for-42) with a home run and three RBI in 16 games since his return was batting.206 with a home run and three RBI in 12 games when he was placed on the concussion DL May 4. Last Year: Hit.256 with a home run and 10 RBI in 26 games in a season shortened due to two stints on the disabled list with a strained right knee (May and July 2-end of season) his batting average was the best of his four ML seasons. 18 CHAD PINDER Current Streak: 0 for 6 Toronto Series: 1-10, rbi, 2b, 4 so, sf Last Homestand: 2-22, r, 2 2b, 2 rbi, bb, 5 so, sf Is 2-for-25 (.080) with two RBI over his last seven games went 2-for-11 (.182) with a home run and RBI over his first six contests and hit.308 with six home runs and 13 RBI in 20 games in between. Of his last 12 hits, 11 are for extra bases (five doubles, six home runs) 14 of his 20 hits for the season are extra base hits (seven doubles, seven homers). Ranks sixth among American League rookies in home runs (7) six of his seven home runs have come off right-handed pitchers and five have come with runners on base. Is batting.310 (9-for-29) on the road,.186 (11-for-59) with five of his seven home runs at home. Snapped a career-high 0-for-13 streak with his eighth inning double last Sunday. Was recalled from Triple-A Nashville April 16 and has started 25 games at five different positions (eight at shortstop, seven at designated hitter, six at second base, three in right field, one left field). Was batting.324 in nine games with the Sounds at the time of his promotion. Last Year: Made both his Triple-A and Major League debuts in 2016 hit.256 with 14 home runs and 51 RBI in 107 games with Nashville and.235 with a home run and four RBI in 22 games with Oakland. 3 TREVOR PLOUFFE Current Streak: 1 game (1 for 2) Toronto Series: 1-5, r, hr, rbi, bb Last Homestand: 1-22, r, hr, rbi, bb, 2 so, gidp Snapped a career-high 0-for-25 streak with his fourth inning home run on Wednesday against Toronto (previous: 23, May 5-11, 2014). The home run also snapped a career-high 14 game streak without an RBI (previous: 12, Aug , 2011). Is 1-for-24 over his last nine games and 5-for 45 (.111) with 19 strikeouts over his last 15 contests. Is hitting.300 (15-for-50) against left-handed pitchers,.183 (23-for-126) with six of his seven home runs against right-handers. Is tied for third in the American League in grounded into double plays (10). Is hitting.280 (30-for-107) with six of his seven home runs with the bases empty,.116 (8-for-69) with runners on base his average with runners on base is the lowest in the majors (Moss, KC.143). Has six of his seven home runs and 12 of his 14 RBI at home. Last Year: Batted a career-high.260 with 12 home runs and 47 RBI in 84 games with Minnesota in a season interrupted by three stints on the DL missed a total of 65 games while on the DL and his 84 games played were his fewest since ADAM ROSALES Current Streak: 0 for 5 Toronto Series: 1-7, rbi, so Last Homestand: 1-7, rbi, so Is 8-for-52 (.154) with one walk over his last 19 games. Has started 40 of the A s 48 games at shortstop since the injury to Semien and is batting.219 (30-for-137) in 44 games total over that span. Has a.165 (15-for-91) average against a pitcher the first time he sees him in a game,.333 (19-for-57) after that. Is batting.258 (23-for-89) at night,.186 (11-for-59) during the day. Last Year: Batted.229 with 13 home runs and 35 RBI in 105 games with San Diego posted career highs in games, runs (37), doubles (12), triples (3), home runs, RBI, walks (29), slugging percentage, OPS (.814) and extra base hits (28). 21 STEPHEN VOGT Current Streak: 0 for 2 Toronto Series: 0-2, bb, so Last Homestand: 4-14, r, 2 rbi, bb, 3 so Is 13-for-50 (.260) over his last 16 games went 8-for-28 (.286) over his first seven games but was 9-for-58 (.155) in 21 games in between. Has made 36 of his 37 starts in games started by a right-handed pitcher is batting.234 (29-for-124) against right-handers but is just 1-for-12 (.083) against lefties. Has not grounded into a double play and his 136 at bats are third most in the American League among batters with no GIDP. Is 8-for-53 (.151) against the Rays in his career the average is his worst against any team made his Major League debut with the Rays in 2012 is 3-for-35 (.086) in 17 career games at Tropicana Field. The Nationals stole three bases with him behind the plate last Sunday and opponents have been successful in each of their last 18 stolen base attempts off him has tossed out just 2-of-33 (6.1%) for the season the stolen base percentage is the worst mark in the majors and the 31 stolen bases are the most ahead of the Rays Norris (29). Has committed six errors, which is tied for the lead among AL catchers and is one short of his career high of seven from last year. Last Year: Played in a career-high 137 games and hit.251 with 14 home runs and 56 RBI also had career bests in hits (123), doubles (30) and extra base hits (46) was named to his second consecutive American League All-Star team. A S HITTING VS. TAMPA BAY A S CAREER HITTING VS. COBB 2017 CAREER AVG. AB H HR RBI PLAYER AVG. AB H HR RBI #DIV/0! Alonso #DIV/0! Brugman #DIV/0! #DIV/0! Davis, K #DIV/0! Davis, R #DIV/0! Healy #DIV/0! Joyce #DIV/0! Lowrie #DIV/0! Phegley #DIV/0! Pinder #DIV/0! #DIV/0! Plouffe #DIV/0! Rosales #DIV/0! Vogt #DIV/0! TOTALS PLAYER BAT AB H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SH SF HBP GDP AVG OBP SLG Yonder Alonso L Khris Davis R Rajai Davis R Jed Lowrie S Trevor Plouffe R Adam Rosales R Stephen Vogt L
6 HIGHS AND LOWS CLUB Longest Winning Streak... 5, April 18 to 22 Longest Winning Streak, Home... 5, April 18 to 22 Longest Winning Streak, Road... 2, April 10 to 12 Longest Losing Streak... 5, April 23 to 28 Longest Losing Streak, Home... 3, April 14 to 17 Longest Losing Streak, Road... 5, April 13 to 28 Most Runs, Game, A s... 10, June 4 vs. Washington... 10, June 3 vs. Washington Most Runs, Game, Opponents... 13, June 2 vs. Washington Most Runs, Inning, A s...6, June 4 vs. Washington (9th) Most Runs, Inning, Opponents...5 (four times), last: June 4 vs. Washington (9th) Largest Margin, Victory...8, April 19 vs. Texas (9-1) Largest Margin, Loss... 10, June 2 vs. Washington (3-13)... 10, April 23 vs. Seattle (1-11) Most Hits, Game, A s...14, May 4 at Minnesota... 14, April 19 vs. Texas Most Hits, Game, Opponents... 20, June 2 vs. Washington Most Hits, Inning, A s...5, June 4 vs. Washington (9th)...5, April 4 vs. Los Angeles (AL) (7th) Most Hits, Inning, Opponents... 5 (five times), last: June 4 vs. Washington (9th) Most Home Runs, Game, A s... 4, June 3 vs. Washington...4, May 20 vs. Boston Most Home Runs, Game, Opponents...6, May 2 at Minnesota Most Doubles, Game, A s...4 (seven times), last: June 6 vs. Toronto Most Doubles, Game, Opponents...4, April 28 at Houston... 4, April 20 vs. Seattle...4, April 7 at Texas Most Triples, Game, A s...1 (five times), last: June 7 vs. Toronto Most Triples, Game, Opponents... 2, May 5 vs. Detroit Most Stolen Bases, Game, A s... 2, May 9 vs. Los Angeles (AL)... 2, May 7 vs. Detroit...2, April 8 at Texas Most Stolen Bases, Game, Opponents... 5, April 15 vs. Houston Most Strikeouts, A s Pitchers... 14, May 6 vs. Detroit Most Strikeouts, Opponents Pitchers... 19, May 30 at Cleveland Most Walks, A s Pitchers... 8, April 15 vs. Houston Most Walks, Opponents Pitchers... 8, May 15 at Seattle...8, May 4 at Minnesota Fewest Hits Allowed, A s Pitchers... 2, May 27 at New York (AL)...2, April 8 at Texas Fewest Hits Allowed, Opponents Pitchers... 2, May 17 at Seattle Most Left on Base, Nine Inning Game...13, May 4 at Minnesota Most Left on Base, Extra Inning Game...5, April 25 at Los Angeles (AL) Fewest Left on Base, Game... 2, June 4 vs. Washington Most Errors, Game... 3 (six times), last: June 3 vs. Washington Largest Comeback in Win... 3, May 6 vs. Detroit... 3, April 20 vs. Seattle Largest Lead Surrendered in Loss... 5, April 15 vs. Houston INDIVIDUAL Grand Slams... Matt Joyce, June 4 vs. Washington (Shawn Kelley) Pinch Hit Home Runs... Josh Phegley, April 25 at Los Angeles-AL (Jose Alvarez) Lead Off Home Runs...Adam Rosales, April 22 vs. Seattle (Ariel Miranda) Inside-The-Park Home Runs...None Game Ending Home Runs... Mark Canha, May 19 vs. Boston (Heath Hembree)...Jed Lowrie, May 8 vs. Los Angeles-AL (Deolis Guerra)...Ryon Healy, May 7 vs. Detroit (Francisco Rodriguez) Back-to-Back Home Runs...Yonder Alonso and Ryon Healy, June 3 vs. Washington... Yonder Alonso and Ryon Healy, May 29 at Cleveland... Jed Lowrie and Khris Davis, May 18 vs. Boston Longest Hitting Streak... 11, Ryon Healy, May 13 to 24 Most Runs, Game...4, Rajai Davis, June 7 vs. Toronto Most Hits, Game...4, Rajai Davis, June 7 vs. Toronto...4, Ryon Healy, June 3 vs. Washington...4, Jed Lowrie, May 24 vs. Miami Most Doubles, Game... 2 (eight times), last: Rajai Davis, June 7 vs. Toronto Most Triples, Game...1 (five times), last: Rajai Davis, June 7 vs. Toronto Most Home Runs, Game... 2 (eight times), last: Ryon Healy, June 5 vs. Toronto Most Runs Batted In, Game...5, Ryon Healy, June 5 vs. Toronto Most Walks, Game...3, Khris Davis, May 27 ay New York (AL) Most Strikeouts, Game...4 (five times), last: Mark Canha, June 1 at Cleveland Most Stolen Bases, Game... 2, Rajai Davis, May 9 vs. Los Angeles (AL)... 2, Marcus Semien, April 8 at Texas Longest Winning Streak... 4, Sean Manaea, May 20 to present Longest Losing Streak...3, Andrew Triggs, May 21 to present... 3, Jharel Cotton, May 9 to present... 3, Jesse Hahn, April 30 to May , Ryan Madson, April 14 to May 14 Most Strikeouts, Game...11, Sonny Gray, May 24 vs. Miami Most Walks, Game...5, Sean Manaea, May 15 at Seattle...5, Sean Manaea, April 15 vs. Houston Most Innings, Game, Starter...8.0, Jesse Hahn, April 25 at Los Angeles (AL) Most Innings, Game, Reliever...6.0, Jesse Hahn, April 7 at Texas Low Hit Complete Game...None Most Consecutive Scoreless Innings , Andrew Triggs, April 6 to 18 Most Consecutive Batters Retired... 15, Kendall Graveman, April 8 GENERAL Longest Game, Innings...11, May 8 vs. Los Angeles (AL)... 11, April 25 at Los Angeles (AL) Longest Game, Time, Nine Innings... 3:55, April 15 vs. Houston Longest Game, Time, Extra Innings...3:20, June 7 vs. Toronto (10) Shortest Game, Time... 2:30, May 31 at Cleveland...2:30, April 27 at Los Angeles (AL) Largest Crowd, Home... 36,067, April 3 vs. Los Angeles (AL) Smallest Crowd, Home... 10,292, May 8 vs. Los Angeles (AL) Largest Crowd, Road... 45,232, May 28 at New York (AL) Smallest Crowd, Road... 13,955, May 16 at Seattle Postponement, Rain, Home... April 16 vs. Houston Postponement, Rain, Road...None MULTIPLE HIT GAMES PLAYER TOT Alonso Canha Davis, K Davis, R Decker Healy Joyce Lowrie Maxwell Phegley Pinder Plouffe Rosales Vogt MULTIPLE RBI GAMES PLAYER TOT Alonso Canha Davis, K Davis, R Healy Joyce Lowrie Phegley Plouffe Pinder Rosales Vogt GAME TYING/GO-AHEAD RBI PLAYER GT GA TOT Alonso Canha Davis, K Davis, R Healy Joyce Lowrie Phegley Pinder Plouffe Rosales Vogt STARTS IN THE BATTING ORDER Player Alonso Canha Davis, K Davis, R Decker Healy Joyce LaMarre Lowrie Maxwell Olson Phegley Pinder Plouffe Rosales Semien Vogt GAMES BY POSITION C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF DH Player G GS G GS G GS G GS G GS G GS G GS G GS G GS Alonso Canha Davis, K Davis, R Decker Healy Joyce LaMarre Lowrie Maxwell Olson Phegley Pinder Plouffe Rosales Semien Vogt