THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 2014 at BALTIMORE ORIOLES RH Jeremy Hellickson (1-2, 2.61) vs. RH Bud Norris (11-8, 4.14)

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1 THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 2014 at BALTIMORE ORIOLES RH Jeremy Hellickson (1-2, 2.61) vs. RH Bud Norris (11-8, 4.14) First Pitch: 7:05 p.m. Location: Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore, MD TV: Sun Sports Radio: 97.9 FM, 1250 AM, WGES 680 AM (Spanish) Game No: 134 (65-68) Road Game No.: 69 (36-32) All-Time Game No.: 2,724 (1,260-1,463) All-Time Road Game: 1,365 ( ) March: 1-0 April: May: June: July: 17-6 August: Since the All-Star Break: RAY MATTER The Rays won last night, 3-1, behind a combined 2-hitter from Drew Smyly, Brad Boxberger and Jake Mc- Gee it was the 5th time this season Rays pitchers have held opponents to 2 hits or fewer, most in the AL, and tied with the Giants for 2nd most in the majors after the Dodgers (6) the Rays have held opponents to 1 run or fewer in 4 of their last 7 games the Rays are 3-3 (2-1 at TOR, 1-2 here) on the road trip, which ends tonight, and head home to open a 10-game homestand tomorrow vs. Boston (4 games), Toronto (3) and Baltimore (3). Last night the Rays gained a game in the race for the second AL Wild Card spot, from 8.5 GB to 7.5 GB of Seattle they also gained a game on first-place Baltimore in the AL East, to 11.0 GB. The Rays have scored only 8 runs combined over the last 4 games (2.0 R/G), 21 runs over the last 8 games (2.6 R/G) and 31 runs over the last 11 games (2.8 R/G) their only 2 HR on the road trip came in the first game, Fri at TOR (Evan Longoria, Wil Myers). This series matches 2 of the majors 4 best teams since June 11 while going since that date, the Rays have pitched to a 2.85 ERA (612.1-IP, 194-ER), 2nd best in the majors to Seattle (2.63). RAYS vs. ORIOLES The Rays are 5-10 in the season series (1-5 at home, 4-5 here) this is only the second time since becoming the Rays in 2008 they ve lost the season series (also 2012, 8-10) their worst season series ever vs. Baltimore is 2006 (6-13) by contrast, the Rays went 13-6 in 2013 and won 11 of their final 13 meetings the Rays won 3 of 4 games in the last meeting, June here included was a Friday doubleheader, which the teams split, making up for the April 15 rain/sleet-out. The Rays have yielded 23 HR in the season series 10 more than they have to any other opponent (13, NYY) with 4 games remaining the most homers they ve allowed to any team in the Rays era (since 2008) is 28 to the 2009 Yankees Rays hitters have 16 HR this year vs. Baltimore, tied for their most vs. any opponent (also NYY). THROUGH THE WRINGER Today is the 7th in a stretch of 26 straight games vs. AL East competition through Sep 17 (9 vs. TOR, 7 vs. BAL, 6 vs. NYY, 4 vs. BOS) the longest stretch of divisional play of any season in club history in 2003, the Devil Rays played their first 25 games against AL East opponents, going the longest prev. stretch in the Rays era came Aug 26 Sep 17, 2008 as the team went in 21 games. The Rays are 13-7 vs. AL East opponents since June 28. The Rays are 12 games (5-7) into a stretch in which they play 28 of 32 games against teams currently over.500 the Rays have gone in their last 41 games vs. teams currently over.500 (since June 25). DREW SMYLY Threw 7 innings of 2-hit ball last night, allowing 1 run this came on the heels of his 2-hit shutout on Friday in Toronto making him the second pitcher in Rays history to record back-to-back starts of 7 IP or more and 2 hits or less, joining Victor Zambrano (June 2003) Elias notes that Smyly and Zambrano are also the only two in club history to record 4 straight starts of 7 IP or more and 4 hits or less. Smyly s 1.50 ERA is the best of any pitcher in his first 5 starts for the Rays previous best was David Price (2.22 in ). MAJORS BEST W-L, SINCE JUNE 11 Baltimore Los Angeles-AL Kansas City Tampa Bay Smyly improved to 6-0 with a 1.32 ERA (68-IP, 10-ER) in 18 career apps (7 starts) vs. the Yankees, Red Sox, Orioles and Blue Jays. PITCHER OF THE MONTH? Since joining the Rays at the beginning of August, Drew Smyly leads the majors with a.150 opponents batting avg. (18-for-120), followed by SF Madison Bumgarner (.152) and BAL Chris Tillman (.156) his 1.50 ERA is tied with teammate Alex Cobb for 2nd best in the AL this month, after Tillman (1.26) his 6.25 baserunners per 9 IP ranks 2nd in the AL to Tillman (5.80). ROAD RULES The Rays are in their last 10 road series (beginning June 13) and seek a split with a victory tonight the lone series loss since then was Aug 4-6 at OAK (2 of 3) the Rays are the only team in baseball with a winning record on the road and a losing record overall. The Rays are a major-league-best (.714) on the road since June 4, after beginning the season on the road prior to that. SEEKING A SEVENTH WINNING SEASON Since evening their record at on Aug 15 their first time at.500 since they were through Aug 22 the Rays have gone 4-7 while batting.213/.272/.285 (80-for-375) with 31 runs the Rays are attempting their 7th straight winning season, and if they achieve it, will become the first team in major league history to do so after being at least 18 games under.500 earlier in the season (24-42 through June 10) they are already just the fourth to return to.500 after being 18-plus games under, joining the 1899 Louisville Colonels (22 under), 2006 Florida Marlins (20 under) and 2004 Devil Rays (18 under). EVAN LONGORIA Had 3 hits last night and is batting.346 (9-for-26) on the road trip with 7 of the team s 18 RBI in 36 games since the All-Star break, his 30 RBI are tied (with BOS David Ortiz and DET Victor Martinez) for 3rd most in the AL after HOU Chris Carter (38) and OAK/BOS Yoenis Cespedes (31) prior to the break, he totaled 44 RBI in 97 games. CROOKED MATH The Rays have outscored opponents in the month of August yet have a losing record (12-13) their +20 run differential this month ranks 5th in the majors behind Seattle (+48, 16-8 record), Washington (+35, 17-9), Baltimore (+34, 15-9) and Kansas City (+32, 19-6) this month they are 4-10 in games decided by 2 runs or fewer, and 8-3 in games decided by 3 runs or more on the season, their +16 run differential (519-R, 504-RA) is 2nd best in the AL East to Baltimore (+64) the Reds (+5) are the only other team in baseball with a positive run differential and a losing record. KINGS OF K Rays pitchers lead the majors with 1,196 strikeouts and are on pace for 1,457, which would break the all-time record of 1,428 set by the 2013 Tigers the club record is 1,383 in 2012, which remains 5th in ML history they have 50 SO more than any other team (Cleveland, 1,146). Brad Boxberger s 89 SO are T-2nd among ML relievers, tied with PHI Jake Diekman behind NYY Dellin Betances (114) he s only 3 shy of J.P. Howell s club record for strikeouts by a reliever (92 in 2008) all this despite spending most of the first month in the minors. FIRING BLANKS Rays pitchers have 17 shutouts this season, tying the club record (2013), including two back-to-back on Thurs vs. DET (1-0) and Fri at TOR (8-0) this leads the AL and is one shy of St. Louis for the ML lead in the past 25 years (since 1990), the most any AL team has recorded is 19 by the 2011 Rangers and 2002 A s the Rays have also been shut out 15 times the 32 total games decided via shutout are most in the majors. DP DEFICIT The Rays defense has turned 73 double plays this season 17 fewer than any other team (Yankees, 90) while their opponents have turned 129 they are on pace for 89 double plays, which would be the fewest by any team in a non-strike-shortened season since the advent of the 162-game schedule the 2012 Padres (97) currently hold that distinction the Rays pitching staff leads the majors in strikeouts and has the lowest groundball-to-flyball ratio (1.13). MYSTERY BALL During Saturday s game vs. Boston (Aug 30), the Rays Wives will hold the fourth annual Mystery Ball event to raise money for All Children s Hospital fans can purchase a bag containing a baseball signed by mystery player or coach Derek Shelton and his wife, Ali Shelton, cochair the event, which has raised nearly $100,000 over the past 3 years. LATEST ON DEJESUS OF David DeJesus went 1-for-2 with 2 walks as the DH for Class-A Charlotte last night at St. Lucie (Mets) he is off today in 7 games (6 with Charlotte) on rehab assignment, he s batted.263 (5-for- 19) with a.417 OBP. JUST FOR FUN Today at 4:30 p.m., FXX will air the second of two episodes that referenced the [Devil] Rays, as they continue their Every Simpsons Ever 12-day, 24-hour marathon in Episode 350 ( Future-Drama ; aired April 17, 2005), Professor Frink says, For years astrology was the Tampa Bay Devil Rays of the sciences. the first episode to mention the club was Episode 306 ( C.E. D oh, March 16, 2003), which aired in the marathon yesterday in it, Bart and Milhouse pretend to be MON Tomokazu Ohka and TB Esteban Yan, respectively, in a pickup ballgame according to simpsonswiki.com, the Rays are one of 11 major league teams mentioned in multiple episodes of The Simpsons, even though the club was more than 8 years away from playing its first game when the show began. Upcoming Games Opp. Time TV Rays Starting Pitcher Opp. Starting Pitcher Fri., Aug 29 BOS 7:10 p.m. Sun Sports RH Chris Archer (8-6, 3.09) RH Anthony Ranaudo (2-0, 4.50) Sat., Aug 30 BOS 7:10 p.m. Sun Sports RH Jake Odorizzi (9-11, 4.23) RH Allen Webster (3-2, 5.81) Sun., Aug 31 BOS 1:40 p.m. Sun Sports RH Alex Cobb (9-6, 3.06) RH Clay Buchholz (5-8, 5.77) Mon., Sep 1 BOS 1:10 p.m. Sun Sports LH Drew Smyly (9-10, 3.31) RH Rubby De La Rosa (4-5, 3.81) **All games broadcast on WDAE 620 AM. All times Eastern Standard Time (EST).**

2 LAST START On Sun at TOR, became the first Rays starter to allow 1 ER or fewer in 4 consecutive starts since he did it earlier this season, from June 3-19 the club record is 5 straight, by Erik Bedard from April 29 May 21, 2014 and twice by Scott Kazmir (May 10-31, 2008 and April 30 May 21, 2006) only run allowed was a 7th-inning sac fly to Juan Francisco struck out Jose Reyes to leave the bases loaded in the 7th his line: ND, 7 IP, 6 H, 1 R, 1 BB, 6 SO, 102 pitches, 66 strikes. LAST START On Sat at TOR, received no-decision after Brad Boxberger blew the save in the 7th had 8 SO, his most since July 10, 2013 vs. MIN (8) went at least 6 IP for the third time in his last 4 starts retired his last 11 batters faced before being replaced with 1 out in the 7th his line: ND, 6.1 IP, 3 H, 2 R, 1 BB, 8 SO, 95 pit, 64 str. All 5 runs allowed over his last 2 starts have been with 2 outs. Has allowed 2 ER or less in 5 of his 7 starts this season only allowed 2 or less in 11 of 31 starts in SLIPPING AWAY He has been in line for the win twice only to see the Rays bullpen blow his leads: Sat at TOR (go-ahead, 2-run homer allowed to Dioner Navarro by Brad Boxberger in the 7th) and Aug 12 at TEX when Joel Peralta allowed 2 runs for a blown save in the 7th. PITCHING DEEPER Has gone at least 5 IP in 4 straight starts after failing to reach 5 IP in 5 straight prior to that from Sep 17, 2013 Aug 1, 2014 he s gone at least 6 IP in his last 3 road starts, the 2nd time in his career doing that (July 5-29, 2012) Over his last 18 starts (beginning May 16), owns a 2.25 ERA (112-IP, 28-ER), 4th-best ERA in the AL in that stretch trails SEA Felix Hernandez (.165), CWS Chris Sale (1.96) and CLE Corey Kluber (2.04) during this span, opponents have hit.220/.302/.280. TONIGHT S STARTER RH JEREMY HELLICKSON (1-2, 2.61) YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO IP H R ER BB SO HR Avg Tampa Bay Charlotte (A) Durham (AAA) Tampa Bay Montgomery (AA) Major League Totals Minor League Totals LAST 4 vs. FIRST 3 Has held opponents to.172/.217/.241 (15-for-87) over his last 4 starts compared to.304/.361/.482 (17-for-56) over his first three righties are batting.160 (4-for-25) against him over his last 4 starts compared to.345 (10-for-29) prior to that. MILESTONE Has made 102 career starts, becoming the fourth in franchise history to reach 100, joining James Shields (217), David Price (170) and Scott Kazmir (144). SETTLE IN In his last start at TOR, averaged 23.2 seconds between pitches, his quickest pace of the season has averaged 26.4 seconds between pitches, which would rank as the 2nd-slowest working starter in the majors if he had enough innings to qualify (DET David Price, 26.7) the league average is 23.0 seconds GAME LOG 7/8 vs. KC /54 W, 4-3 Vargas tied, 0-0 7/26 vs. BOS /61 W, 3-0 Lackey up, 2-0 JULY /1 vs. LAA L /48 L, 3-5 Shoemaker down, 4-1 8/6 at OAK W /62 W, 7-3 Gray up, 7-1 8/12 at TEX /72 L, 2-3 (14) Tepesch up, 2-0 8/17 vs. NYY L /62 L, 2-4 Kuroda down, 3-1 8/23 at TOR /64 L, 4-5 (10) Buehrle up, 3-2 AUGUST GAME LOG (AAA) 6/12 at IND L /35 L, 0-4 Morris down, 4-0 6/17 at LOU L /51 L, 5-10 Smith down, 7-3 6/22 vs. SYR L /57 L, 0-9 Treinen down, 6-0 6/27 vs. IND L /33 L, 2-7 Sadler down, 1-0 7/3 vs. GWN W /55 W, 5-3 Schlosser up, GAME LOG (AA) 7/14 at PNS /64 W, 4-3 O Brien up, GAME LOG (A) 6/7 at TAM W, 4-1 Long up, 2-0 7/20 at CLR L L, 0-5 Leiter down, 4-0 TOMORROW S STARTER RH CHRIS ARCHER (8-6, 3.09) Also owns a 2.25 ERA in 7 starts since the All-Star break (44-IP, 11-ER, 46-SO). Ninth-year Rays manager is the 3rd-longest tenured skipper in MLB after LAA Mike Scioscia (15th) and MIN Ron Gardenhire (13th). Has managed more than half games in Rays history (1,430 of 2,723) owns a career (.519) record with the Rays: (.392) in his first two seasons ( ) and (.556) since the start of 2008 the Rays were (.401) prior to his arrival. #70 JOE MADDON, MANAGER BACK IN ACTION Will be making his 8th start for the Rays since his July 7 reinstatement from the DL was recovering from arthroscopic surgery on his right elbow in January made a total of 8 minor league starts (6 rehab starts, 2 after being optioned before the All-Star break). On Aug 6 at OAK, recorded his first win as a starter since Sep 4, 2013 at LAA went 7 IP, his most since July 5, 2013 vs. CWS his line: 7 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 0 BB, 3 SO, 1 HR, 1 HBP, 99 pit, 62 str. SENIOR MOMENT Following the Rays trade of David Price to Detroit, he is now the oldest of the Rays starting rotation at 27 years, 142 days the average age of the current rotation is 25 years, 352 days in addition, Matt Moore, out for the season recovering from Tommy John surgery, is 25 years, 71 days. HOME vs. ROAD Is unbeaten (1-0) in 3 starts on the road this season and has actually finished his start in line for the win in all 3 of them (see Slipping Away ) has a 1.40 ERA (19.1-IP, 3-ER) and 17 SO over those 3 road starts and opponents are hitting only.164/.200/.239 (11- for-67) against him has a 0.67 WHIP. EARLY BIRD Is with a 3.03 ERA (199.1-IP, 67-ER) in 33 career games (32 starts) during the day compared to with a 3.93 ERA (415-IP, 181-ER) in 76 games (70 starts) at night Was the only Ray to reach 30 starts, but finished with a careerhigh 5.17 ERA (174-IP, 100-ER), 3rd-highest among major league qualifiers was only of two pitchers to win 10-plus games with an ERA of 5.00 or greater, joining SEA Joe Saunders (11-16, 5.26) his strikeout-towalk ratio improved to 2.70 (135-SO, 50-BB) from 2.10 in 2012 and 1.63 in 2011 the Rays won 11 of his 15 starts at home. TROPHY MANTEL Has won a Rawlings Gold Glove Award (2012), AL Rookie of the Year Award (2011) and Minor League Player of the Year award (2010, from Baseball America and USA Today) SPLITS vs. RH:.259 (14-54), 1-HR vs. LH:.202 (18-89), 2-HR Home: 0-2, 3.86 ERA (18.2-IP, 8-ER) Road: 1-0, 1.40 ERA (19.1-IP, 3-ER) HELLICKSON vs. BALTIMORE CAREER Is 9-4 with a 3.25 ERA (97-IP, 35-ER) in 17 career games (15 starts), his most frequent starting assignment has allowed 1 ER or less in 9 of his 15 career starts both of his 2 CG in his career have been against the Orioles at home (Sep 4, 2011 and May 13, 2011) Made 5 apps (4 starts) against them in 2013, going 3-1 with a 5.74 ERA (26.2-IP, 17-ER). PRE-2013 From , was 6-3 with a 2.30 ERA (70.1-IP, 18-ER). CAMDEN YARDS Is 3-2 with a 4.89 ERA (42.-1IP, 23-ER) in 8 apps (7 starts). SELF CONTAINED Has allowed only 6 HR in IP for a 0.34 HR per 9 IP ratio, 3rd in the majors and 2nd in the AL no qualifying Rays pitcher has ever sustained a HR/9 IP rate that low previous best was Scott Kazmir (0.58) in 2005 last year Archer yielded 15 HR in IP (1.05 HR/9 IP) he has held opponents to a.320 slugging pct. this year, 8th lowest in the majors and 5th lowest in the AL in Rays history, only one pitcher has recorded an opp SLG this low over a full season: David Price (.318) in his Cy Young season of vs. BOSTON Is 1-3 with a 4.75 ERA (30.1-IP, 16-ER) in 6 career starts against the Red Sox, including 1-2 with a 3.43 ERA (21-IP, 8-ER) in 4 starts at Tropicana Field has gone 6 IP in his last 2 starts, after failing to do so in his previous 4 GS against them yielded a 3-run HR to David Ortiz in his last start, a Rays 3-2 loss on July 27 had a thencareer-high-tying 11 SO in a 1-0 win on May 23 vs. BOS. Ejected on Aug 4 at OAK in the 10th inning by 1B umpire Quinn Wolcott for arguing balls and strikes (check swing) was his fifth ejection this season and 37th as a Ray, extending his club record. Two-time AL Manager of the Year (2008, 2010) only two other head coaches/managers among Florida s major pro teams have lasted as long: Don Shula (Dolphins, 26 years) and John McKay (Bucs, 9 years).

3 RAYS HITTER NOTES #11 YUNEL ESCOBAR, SS Wed: 2-4, 2B Series: 3-11, 2B, R Trip: 7-23, 2B, BB, 2-R vs. LH:.278 (25-90), 1-HR 2014:.253/.315/.319, 4-HR, 31-RBI, 1-SB Current Hitting Streak: 1G (.500, 2-4) RISP:.250 (26-104) vs. RH:.246 (78-317), 3-HR Batting.304/.333/.348 (7-for-23) on the road trip, on the heels of batting.091/.091/.091 (2-for-22) over the previous 6-game homestand. Batting.269 (39-for-145) in 39 games since being reinstated from the 15-day DL (right shoulder soreness) on July 11. His 9th inning double yesterday at BAL was his first XBH since July 29 vs. MIL (double) last homer was June 16 vs. BAL. 28 of his last 30 hits have been singles has a.542 OPS with runners on,.708 OPS with the bases empty. Batting.264/.327/.328 (82-for-311) since the beginning of May after.219/.279/.292 in April has made 12 errors this season (7 errors in 2013). #10 LOGAN FORSYTHE, INF Wed: 0-1 (PH in 8th) Series: 0-7, BB Trip: 1-13, 2-BB vs. LH:.265 (30-113), 4-HR 2014:.236/.291/.346, 5-HR, 20-RBI, 1-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-10 RISP:.220 (13-59) vs. RH:.213 (30-141), 1-HR Batting.125 (5-for-40) over his last 17 games (10 starts) is 1-for-his-last-21 spanning his last 9 games (5 starts) since Aug 15. Since June 16, batting.287/.342/.449 (39-for-136) in 46 games was batting.178/.233/.229 (21-for-118) in 49 games through June 15. Has made 61 starts (45-2B, 13-DH, 2-LF, 1-3B), 35 vs. left-handed starters and 26 vs. right-handed starters career.281 (16-for-57) as a PH. Four of his 5 HR have come on the road all 5 have been over his last 39 G (28 GS) since June 28 started his Rays career with 56 homerless G. #5 BRANDON GUYER, OF Wed: DNP Series: 1-3 Trip: 1-7 vs. LH:.321 (27-84), 1-HR 2014:.268/.338/.366, 2-HR, 21-RBI, 5-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-2 RISP:.288 (15-52) vs. RH:.227 (25-110), 1-HR His.378 OBP since May 24 is 3rd among major league rookies (min. 100 PA) behind CWS Jose Abreu (.406) and TEX Daniel Robertson (.391). Batting.299/.393/.403 (23-for-77) over his last 31 G has made 45 starts this season (38-LF, 4-CF, 3-DH) had 7 career starts entering Aug 21 vs. DET had his first career triple in the 1st, the Rays only hit of the game, scoring Ben Zobrist (reached on E6) in a 1-0 win. On Aug 13 at TEX, had his first career homer vs. RHP, a 2-run shot in the 2nd (Miles Mikolas) matched his season high with 2 RBI (5th time). Has 6 bunt singles, T-5th in the AL and most by a Ray since 2010 (Zobrist and Rodriguez, 7 each) 5 sac bunts are 2nd on the team to Jennings (9). Batting.321 (27-for-84) vs. LHP, 2nd-best on the team has a career.283 avg. vs. LHP and 4 of 5 career HR have come vs. LHP. #24 RYAN HANIGAN, C Wed: 0-4, R Series: 1-7, BB, R Trip: 1-7, BB, R vs. LH:.111 (4-36), 1-HR 2014:.209/.306/.320, 4-HR, 27-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-5 RISP:.298 (14-47) vs. RH:.235 (32-136), 3-HR Had 22 RBI in 32 games (25 starts) thru May 12; has 5 RBI in 31 games (24 starts) since then is 1-for-his-last-22 spanning 2 stints. Reinstated from the 15-day DL on Tuesday (left oblique strain) as Curt Casali was optioned to Charlotte missed 38 games, in his second DL stint of the season, and the Rays went in his absense went 4-for-13 in 4 rehab games (2-C, 2-DH) with Class-A Charlotte was shut down after his first rehab game Aug 2, but played 3 more games with the Stone Crabs over the weekend, going 3-for-10 at the plate. Batting.256 (20-for-78) with 4 HR in 32 games at Tropicana Field compared to.170 (16-for-94) in 31 road games. Has played 115 consecutive errorless games at catcher, the longest streak of his career last error was May 19, 2013 at PHI. #8 DESMOND JENNINGS, OF Wed: 1-4, 2B Series: 3-9, 2B Trip: 7-24, 2B, RBI, BB, R vs. LH:.265 (31-117), 5-HR 2014:.242/.318/.375, 10-HR, 36-RBI, 15-SB Current Hitting Streak: 5G (.292, 7-24) RISP:.250 (24-96) vs. RH:.235 (84-358), 5-HR Has handled 309 chances this season without an error, more than any other outfielder in the majors without an error has played 133 straight errorless games in CF since his last error on Sep 6, 2013 at SEA has handled 338 chances since then. Eight of his 10 homers have come on the road has a.337 OBP in 63 road games compared to a.296 OBP in 59 home games. Batting.149 (7-for-47) with 2 outs and RISP has 9 sac bunts, most on the team and T-4th in the AL. His last 64 starts have come at leadoff has 7 career leadoff homers, tied with Carl Crawford for 2nd in club history, one shy of B.J. Upton. Had 12 SB through his first 59 games with 3 CS through June 8 since then, is 3-for-6 in SB attempts over his last 63 games (62 starts). Batting.429 (79-for-184) when putting the first pitch in play over his career including.302 (13-for-43) when doing so this season. #20 MATT JOYCE, OF Wed: 0-3, RBI, R Series: 0-5, RBI, 3-BB, R Trip: 2-12, 2B, RBI, 6-BB, 2-R vs. LH:.172 (5-29), 1-HR 2014:.271/.368/.413, 8-HR, 49-RBI, 1-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-6 RISP:.258 (23-89) vs. RH:.280 (90-322), 7-HR Ranks 1st on the team with a.368 OBP (Zobrist,.363) has a.384 OBP vs. righties, best on the team and 6th in the AL. Averaging a HR every 43.8 AB compared to every 22.3 AB from of his 8 HR came over a 6-game span (27 AB) from June 29 July 6. Since June 27, is batting.292/.402/.467 (40-for-137) with 5 HR and 22 RBI in 44 games hit.224/.297/.313 in his previous 47 games (39 starts). Ranks T-4th in the majors with 8 sac flies his first 7 came in the Rays first 37 games through May 10 added his 8th on July 12 vs. TOR. Tied club records with 5 hits and 12 total bases on June 29 at BAL was the 7th instance of 5 hits in franchise history, but the first to include 2 HR. #39 KEVIN KIERMAIER, OF Wed: 0-4 Series: 0-4 Trip: 6-13, 3-2B, RBI, R vs. LH:.192 (10-52), 1-HR 2014:.271/.322/.475, 9-HR, 30-RBI, 5-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-4 RISP:.179 (10-56) vs. RH:.291 (59-203), 8-HR Returned to the starting lineup yesterday at BAL after missing the previous 2 games (stiff neck). Had 3 2B in the Toronto series, matching his XBH total from his prev. 31 G tied a career high on Fri at TOR with 2 doubles and had 3 hits, his most since July 12 vs. TOR (3) batting.173/.225/.307 (13-for-75) in 25 games (20 starts) since July 29. Batting.179 (10-for-56) with RISP,.121 (4-for-33) with 2 outs and RISP batting.296 (34-for-115) at home and.250 (35-for-140) on the road. His 9 HR in 255 AB with the Rays are his most of any stop in his pro career has 28 XBH (13-2B, 6-3B, 9-HR), 21 of which came in his first 146 AB. Had his first career grand slam on July 9 vs. KC, the first by a Ray since Wil Myers on June 22, 2013 at NYY. #21 JAMES LONEY, 1B Wed: 1-4 Series: 2-11, BB Trip: 4-22, RBI, BB vs. LH:.255 (36-141), 1-HR 2014:.284/.333/.372, 7-HR, 60-RBI, 4-SB Current Hitting Streak: 2G (.286, 2-7) RISP:.273 (36-132) vs. RH:.295 ( ), 6-HR Ranks 2nd on the team with 60 RBI (Evan Longoria, 74) had 9 RBI over a 9-game stretch from Aug Has 41 multi-hit games, most on the team and 3rd among AL first basemen trailing DET Miguel Cabrera (43) and LAA Albert Pujols (42). Batting.214 (18-for-84) with RISP since May 23 after starting the season 18-for-48 (.375). Has made 7 errors this season: 3 errors over a 15-game span from May 1-15 and 4 errors over his last 14 games (13 starts) since Aug 12. Batting.244/.301/.296 (52-for-213) with runners on base compared to.314/.358/.429 (90-for-287) with the bases empty. Since the start of 2013, is.318/.365/.439 (110-for-346) in the 7th inning or later, 6th-highest avg. in the AL. #3 EVAN LONGORIA, 3B Wed: 3-4 Series: 5-12, 2B, 2-RBI Trip: 9-26, 2-2B, HR, 7-RBI, BB, R vs. LH:.289 (37-128), 5-HR 2014:.255/.325/.394, 16-HR, 74-RBI, 5-SB Current Hitting Streak: 2G (.625, 5-8) RISP:.310 (39-126) vs. RH:.244 (95-390), 11-HR Leads the team with 74 RBI (James Loney, 60) has 30 RBI in 36 G since the All-Star break, T-3rd in the AL, compared to 44 RBI in 97 G before that he has 8 multi-rbi games since the break, accounting for 20 of 30 RBI, compared to 9 multi-rbi games in the first half. Tied his season high yesterday at BAL with 3 hits (9th time) batting.346 (9-for-26) with 1 HR and 7 RBI in his last 6 games. Drove in both runs on Tue at BAL, a 2-out single in the 1st and 2-out double in the 5th ranks 5th in the AL with 31 2-out RBI. Had his team-leading 16th HR on Fri at TOR (solo HR in the 2nd), finishing a triple shy of the cycle was only his 3rd game with multi-xbh of the season, compared to 12 multi-xbh games in of his last 6 HR have come on the road. Is the franchise s all-time HR (178) and RBI (618) leader has 222 doubles, trailing Ben Zobrist (226) passed Carl Crawford on July 20 at MIN. Has made 11 errors this season five of them have come in his last 16 G at 3B since Aug 8 after 32 straight errorless games at 3B. Has played in all 133 games (all starts, 126-3B, 7-DH) has played 213 straight games since missing 3 G June 29 July 1, 2013 with plantar fasciitis. Batting.309/.389/.453 (75-for-243) with runners on base and only.207/.264/.342 (57-for-275) with the bases empty. #28 JOSE MOLINA, C Wed: DNP Series: 0-3 Trip: 1-6, RBI vs. LH:.256 (11-43) 2014:.185/.240/.195, 0-HR, 10-RBI, 3-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-3 RISP:.153 (9-59) vs. RH:.166 (26-157) Has made 63 starts at catcher, leading the team for the third straight season is the oldest active catcher in the majors. Had a game-tying single on Sat at TOR in the 7th only had 3 RBI in his first 51 games (44 starts) this season has 7 RBI in 21 games since July 12. Struck out in the 10th on Aug 19 vs. DET to end a 13-pitch at-bat, tied for the longest PA of his career (Aug 24, 2002 at BOS with ANA). Only has 2 XBH in 200 at-bats this season and has only scored 4 runs in 72 games (63 starts). Has not homered in 112 games (last July 5, 2013 vs. CWS), the longest homerless streak of his career (prev. 78, Sep 8, 2007 July 30, 2008).

4 #9 WIL MYERS, OF Wed: 1-4, RBI Series: 2-12, RBI Trip: 5-24, HR, 2-RBI, 3-BB, 4-R vs. LH:.174 (12-69), 1-HR 2014:.219/.304/.342, 6-HR, 27-RBI, 4-SB Current Hitting Streak: 1G (.250, 1-4) RISP:.262 (16-61) vs. RH:.239 (38-159), 5-HR Is 5-for-31 with 1 HR, 2 RBI, 3 BB and 12 SO since being reinstated from the 60-day DL (right wrist fracture) has struck out looking 10 times. Had an 8th inning solo homer on Fri at TOR, first since May 28 at TOR he returned from the 60-day DL on Aug 20 vs. DET after missing 70 games. Has made 8 starts (6-DH, 2-RF) since his return hit.250/.419/.542 (6-for-24) with 2 HR and 6 RBI in 7 G of a rehab assignment with Durham. Of his 27 RBI this season, 14 have come in 7 games against the Yankees has 13 RBI in 54 games vs. all other opponents. Had a career-high-tying 3 BB on May 30 at BOS, his last game before injuring his wrist on a game-ending outfield collision with Desmond Jennings. #1 SEAN RODRIGUEZ, INF/OF Wed: DNP Series: 2-5 Trip: 4-8, 2B, RBI, R vs. LH:.238 (24-101), 4-HR 2014:.226/.274/.472, 11-HR, 38-RBI, 2-SB Current Hitting Streak: 3G (.500, 4-8) RISP:.250 (14-56) vs. RH:.214 (21-98), 7-HR Batting.182/.234/.318 (8-for-44) over his last 18 G (10 starts) since July 27 Sat at TOR was his first multi-hit game since July 19 at MIN. Had his 11th homer on Aug 13 at TEX, a 2-run shot in the 2nd against Miles Mikolas, extending his career high (prev. 9, 2010). Nine of his 11 HR have been with runners on base, while 7 of 11 have been vs. RHP did not have one off a right-handed pitcher in of his 45 hits (53.3 pct.) this season have gone for extra bases his 5.24 AB/RBI ratio is 7th-highest in the majors (min. 100 AB). Batting.297 (33-for-111) in 39 road games compared to.136 (12-for-88) in 41 home games 7 of his 12 hits at home have been home runs. Has made 49 starts this season (14-2B, 12-LF, 9-1B, 7-DH, 6-3B, 1-SS) has started 34 of the Rays 35 games vs. left-handed starters has started in every slot in the batting order except 3rd is a career.250/.347/.406 hitter (168-for-672) vs. left-handed pitching. #18 BEN ZOBRIST, INF/OF Wed: 1-3, 2B, RBI, R Series: 2-9, 2-2B, RBI, BB, 3-R Trip: 6-23, 3-2B, 3-RBI, 3-BB, 6-R vs. LH:.349 (44-126), 2-HR 2014:.278/.363/.417, 9-HR, 42-RBI, 9-SB Current Hitting Streak: 2G (.286, 2-7) RISP:.206 (21-102) vs. RH:.251 (84-334), 7-HR Is 11 hits shy of 1,000 for his career recorded his 500th career RBI with a bunt single on Sat at TOR in the 3rd. In his last 31 games since July 25, batting.336/.411/.484 (41-for-122) is.305/.388/.454 (43-for-141) in 36 games since the All-Star break. First start in CF on Mon at BAL since Sep 22, 2010 at NYY has started at 5 different positions (64-2B, 19-SS, 16-RF, 13-LF, 1-CF) plus DH (4). Has 226 career doubles, most in franchise history (Evan Longoria, 222) passed Longoria on Aug 6 at OAK and Crawford (215) on Aug 1 vs. LAA. Has a.415 OBP vs. LHP, 6th in the AL batting.395 (15-for-38) with RISP since July 4 on the heels of a 1-for-43 stretch with RISP before that. Since 2009, leads all switch-hitters with 208 2B and 493 BB according to Baseball Reference, since then he ranks 3rd among position players with 36.5 Wins Above Replacement (Cano, 39.8; Cabrera, 37.0) WAR counts offensive and defensive contributions relative to a player s position(s). RAYS BULLPEN NOTES #50 GRANT BALFOUR, RH Last App: 8/26 at BAL (L, 1.0-IP, 4-H, 2-ER, 1-BB, 0-SO) Saves-Opps: vs. LH:.212 (21-99), 1-HR 2014: , 5.54 ERA, 52 G Long Relief App: 2.1, 6/11 vs. STL IR-RS: 9-0 vs. RH:.270 (24-89), 1-HR Took the loss on Tue at BAL, allowing the go-ahead run in the 6th was his 6th loss, extending a career high (prev. 4, 2009). Has allowed 39 BB in 50.1 IP, most among major league relievers averaged 3.3 BB/9 IP from compared to 7.0 BB/9 IP this season the 39 BB are a career high (prev. 33, in 73 apps in 2009) has allowed 31 runs in 52 apps this year compared to 20 runs in 65 apps in Has made 255 career apps with the Rays, 4th-most in club history behind Joel Peralta (284), Esteban Yan (266) and Dan Wheeler (258). Has allowed 5 runs twice in his career, both this season: June 8 vs. SEA and April 25 at CWS (walk-off grand slam to Jose Abreu). #38 JEFF BELIVEAU, LH Last App: 8/25 at BAL (1.0-IP, 1-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 2-SO) Saves-Opps: -- vs. LH:.182 (4-22), 1-HR 2014: 0-0-0, 1.88 ERA, 15 G Long Relief App: 2.0, 7/27 vs. BOS IR-RS: 10-4 vs. RH:.281 (9-32) Thirteen of his 15 apps have been scoreless allowed a walk-off single to Jose Reyes on his only pitch on Sat at TOR (run charged to Joel Peralta) he joined Shawn Camp on April 22, 2006 at TEX as the only pitchers in Rays history to throw only 1 pitch and allow a walk-off hit. Solo HR to Rougned Odor on Aug 14 at TEX was his 1st allowed at any level since May 8, 2013 vs. SYR went 72 apps, 87.2 IP in between. Went 7 scoreless apps to start his Rays career ( ), longest streak since Joaquin Benoit (13 straight) to start the 2010 season. Marks his 5th tour with the Rays this season and 9th tour over the last two seasons has been up since July 22 after logging a combined 22 days in the majors over his first 8 stints compiled a 1.50 ERA (36-IP, 6-ER) with 51 strikeouts and 11 saves for Durham this season in 30 games. #26 BRAD BOXBERGER, RH Last App: 8/27 at BAL (1.0-IP, 0-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 1-SO) Saves-Opps: 2-5 vs. LH:.112 (10-89), 2-HR 2014: 3-1-2, 2.05 ERA, 54 G Long Relief App: 2.0, 7x-last 8/10 at CHC IR-RS: 35-6 vs. RH:.202 (21-104), 5-HR Ranks 2nd among AL relievers and 5th in majors with SO/9 IP (57-IP, 89-SO) club record over full season is by Grant Balfour in 2008 his 89 SO are T-2nd among major league relievers, and only 3 shy of J.P. Howell s club record by a reliever (92, 2008). Got the save on Sun at TOR, pitching out of a 2-on, 0-out jam with a 1-run lead marked his 2nd save this season (July 2 at NYY). Blew the save on Sat at TOR, allowing a career-high 3 XBH to 3 BF (Navarro 2-R HR) allowed multiple runs for the 1st time since June 17 vs. BAL. Has held opponents to a.161 (31-for-193) avg., 5th-lowest among AL relievers has held lefties to.112 (10-for-89), best in the AL (min. 50 AB). Has stranded his last 11 inherited runners and 29 of 35 (82.9 pct.) this season opponents are 0-for-9 with 6 SO and 1 GDP with the bases loaded. On May 8 vs. BAL replaced David Price with no outs in the 6th, inheriting the bases loaded and striking out the side on 9 pitches. #57 JAKE McGEE, LH Last App: 8/27 at BAL (S, 1.0-IP, 0-H, 0-ER, 0-BB, 1-SO) Saves-Opps: vs. LH:.231 (15-65) 2014: , 1.31 ERA, 63 G Long Relief App: 2.0, 3x-last 8/24 at DET IR-RS: 30-3 vs. RH:.168 (26-155) Recorded the save yesterday at BAL, his 15th in 16 chances his only blown save was June 16 vs. BAL (inherited runner scored in 8th). Got the win on Sun at TOR with scoreless 8th and 9th has gone 2 IP three times this season, all over his last 7 apps since Aug 12 at TEX. 57 of his 63 apps this season have been scoreless ranks among AL relief leaders in apps (63, T-3rd), ERA (1.31, 3rd) and opp SLG (.218, 2nd). Has pitched 71.0 consecutive homerless innings, 2nd-longest active streak in the majors last HR was Sep 4, 2013 at LAA (Chris Iannetta). Recorded a strikeout in a club-record 19 consecutive apps from July 6 Aug 19 previous was 15 straight by Chad Harville in Has stranded 27 of 30 inherited runners (90.0 pct.) the club record (min. 30 IR) over a full season is 88.6 pct. by J.P. Howell in #62 JOEL PERALTA, RH Last App: 8/26 at BAL (2.0-IP, 1-H, 0-ER, 0-BB, 0-SO) Saves-Opps: 1-6 vs. LH:.246 (30-122), 4-HR 2014: 2-4-1, 3.86 ERA, 57 G Long Relief App: 2.0, 8/26 at BAL IR-RS: 19-2 vs. RH:.195 (16-82), 5-HR Threw 21 pitches over 2 IP on Tue at BAL, his longest app since Aug 7, 2011 vs. OAK inherited runner scored for first time since June 5 vs. MIA. Has allowed 9 HR, T-1st among AL relievers has allowed 32 HR since joining the Rays in 2011, 2nd among major league relievers (Frieri, 34). Had a 7.07 ERA at the end of play on May 9 since then, has a 2.72 ERA (39.2-IP, 12-ER) over his last 41 apps. Is the franchise s career leader in apps (284) his 284 apps rank T-2nd in the majors since joining the Rays in 2011 (Brad Ziegler, 286). In his Rays career, has faced batters more than any other spots in the order and has held them to a.188 avg. (64-for-341) opponents No. 3 hitters have hit.105 (11-for-105), lowest in the majors over that span (min. 50 AB). #27 CESAR RAMOS, LH Last App: 8/25 at BAL (2.0-IP, 0-H, 0-R, 1-BB, 2-SO) Saves-Opps: -- vs. LH:.252 (27-107), 3-HR 2014: 2-5-0, 3.68 ERA, 37 G, 7 GS Long Relief App: 4.2, 5/31 at BOS IR-RS: 13-4 vs. RH:.238 (39-164), 3-HR His last 2 apps spanning 4 IP have been scoreless (0-H, 1-BB, 3-SO) has gone at least 2 IP in 9 of his 30 relief apps this year. Is 1-5 with a 5.71 ERA (41-IP, 26-ER) in 19 road apps (5 starts) compared to 1-0 with a 0.90 ERA (30-IP, 3-ER) in 18 home apps (2 starts). Has a 2.66 ERA (40.2-IP, 12-ER) in 30 relief apps took the loss in walk-off fashion in 2 straight apps: Aug 10 at CHC (walk-off single to Anthony Rizzo) and Aug 12 at TEX (4-pitch, bases-loaded walk to Adam Rosales). #49 KIRBY YATES, RH Last App: 8/26 at BAL (1.0-IP, 1-H, 0-ER, 0-BB, 1-SO) Saves-Opps: 1-2 vs. LH:.269 (7-26), 2-HR 2014: 0-1-1, 3.29 ERA, 27 G Long Relief App: 2.2, 7/3 at DET IR-RS: 17-4 vs. RH:.228 (18-79), 2-HR Allowed a solo homer on Mon at BAL to Chris Davis, his first batter faced, as the Orioles went back-to-back-to-back (Odorizzi, Odorizzi, Yates). Has allowed 4 HR in 27.1 IP, including homers in 2 straight apps on Aug 20 vs. DET (Victor Martinez grand slam) and Mon at BAL (Chris Davis). Recorded his first career save on July 20 at MIN, replacing Grant Balfour with 2-on, 1-out in the 9th became the 6th Ray to record a save since the team went to a closer-by-committee in early-june, joining Balfour, Brad Boxberger, Jake McGee, Juan Carlos Oviedo and Joel Peralta. Made his major league debut on June 7 vs. SEA, becoming the 39th Hawaii-born player in major league history and the first in Rays history. Was 16-for-16 in save opportunities for Triple-A Durham prior to his callup.

5 RAYS PITCHING BY THE NUMBERS W-L-S G ERA IP H ER BB SO HR Totals Starters Relievers Home Road March/April May June July August last hr OFF 14 most hits game 14 most rbi game Escobar 6/16/14 vs. BAL Chen 3, 2x-last, 5/16 at LAA 3, 8/9 at CHC Forsythe 8/14/14 at TEX Ross 3, 4x-last, 8/14 at TEX 2, 6x-last, 8/14 at TEX Guyer 8/13/14 at TEX Mikolas 4, 5/24 vs. BOS 2, 4x-last, 8/13 at TEX Hanigan 6/16/14 vs. BAL Chen 3, 4/19 vs. NYY 6, 4/19 vs. NYY Jennings 8/8/14 at CHC Wada 3, 5x-last, 7/23 at STL 2, 7x-last, 8/6 at OAK Joyce 8/13/14 at TEX Mikolas 5, 6/29 at BAL 4, 6/29 at BAL Kiermaier 8/6/14 at OAK Gray 4, 7/9 vs. KC 4, 7/9 vs. KC Loney 8/19/14 vs. DET Scherzer 3, 11x-last, 8/19 vs. DET 4, 4/18 vs. NYY Longoria 8/22/14 at TOR Stroman 3, 9x-last, 8/27 at BAL 4, 4/19 vs. NYY Molina 7/5/13 vs. CWS Axelrod 2, 5x-last, 7/6 at DET 2, 7/19 at MIN Myers 8/22/14 at TOR Redmond 3, 4x-last, 5/2 at NYY 4, 2x-last, 5/4 at NYY Rodriguez 8/13/14 at TEX Mikolas 4, 7/6 at DET 4, 4/4 vs. TEX Zobrist 7/29/14 vs. MIL Garza 4, 3x-last, 8/2 vs. LAA 4, 4/13 at CIN RAYS BY THE NUMBERS Current Streak: W1 When commit error: Hit homer: Current Record: Ahead after 6-7-8: 52-6/53-3/56-3 Homer with men on: Home/Road: 29-36/36-32 Behind after 6-7-8: 6-52/3-51/1-53 Hit multiple homers: 14-7 Day/Night: 24-24/41-44 Tied after 6-7-8: 7-9/8-14/6-12 Score first: Grass/Turf: 34-28/ run games: Score 5 or more: vs. East: run games: 4-14 Score less than 5: vs. Central: Extra innings: 6-8 Outhit opponents: vs. West: Win in last at-bat: 7 Outhit by opponents: 6-49 vs. National League: Come-from-behind wins: 20 Collect 10 or more hits: vs. RH/LH starters: 50-49/15-19 Opp. come-from-behind wins: 27 Opp. 10 or more hits: 8-36 Series W-L-T (home): Series W-L-T (road): Wearing white/gray/navy/lt. blue: 20-26/13-17/31-14/2-7 RUN SUPPORT FOR STARTING PITCHERS PITCHER STARTS RUNS RUNS/START RUNS/9-IP CLUB RECORD QUALITY Archer Cobb Colome Hellickson Moore Odorizzi Ramos Smyly RAYS SEASON HIGHS TEAM BATTING INDIVIDUAL BATTING Longest win streak 9, July Most runs, game, TB 4, Myers, 4/19 vs. NYY Long loss streak 10, May 26 June 5 Most runs, game, Opp 4, 3x-last, Cabrera, 7/3 at DET Most runs game, TB 16, 4/19 vs. NYY Most hits, game, TB 5, Joyce, 6/29 at BAL Most runs game, Opp 12, 2x-last, 5/12 at SEA Most hits, game, Opp 4, 5x-last, Cain, 7/8 vs. KC Most runs, inn, TB 7, (6th), 6/29 at BAL Most 2B, game, TB 3, 2x-last, Guyer, 6/27 at BAL Most runs, inn, Opp 6, 8/25 at BAL Most 2B, game, Opp 4, Holt, 6/1 at BOS Most hits, game, TB 20, 5/2 at NYY Most HR, game, TB 2, 4x-last, Joyce, 6/29 at BAL Most hits, game, Opp 18, 5/2 at NYY Most HR, game, Opp 2, 4x-last, Pujols, 5/18 at LAA Most hits, inn, TB 7, (6th), 6/29 at BAL Most RBI, game, TB 6, Hanigan, 4/19 vs. NYY Most hits, inn, Opp 7, 8/25 at BAL Most RBI, game, Opp 6, Abreu, 4/25 at CWS Most doubles, game, TB 6, 6/29 at BAL Most x-base hits, game, TB 3, 6x-last, Zobrist, Joyce 6/29 at BAL Most doubles, game, Opp 5, 4x-last, 6/1 at BOS Most x-base hits, game, Opp 4, Holt, 6/1 at BOS Most HR, game, TB 5, 2x-last, 6/29 at BAL Most steals, game, TB 2, 5x-last, Guyer, 6/30 at NYY Most HR, game, Opp 5, 8/25 at BAL Most steals, game, Opp 2, 5x-last, Fuld, 8/4 at OAK Most x-base hits, game, TB 11, 6/29 at BAL Hitting Streak 9, 3x-last, Zobrist, July 25-Aug 3 Most x-base hits, game, Opp 9, 4/17 vs. NYY TEAM/INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Most stolen bases, game, TB 3, 3x-last, 8/4 at OAK Most SO, TB Starter 12, 4x-last, Archer, 8/13 at TEX Most stolen bases, game, Opp 4, 6/23 vs. PIT Most SO, Opp Starter 15, Hernandez, 6/8 vs. SEA Most walks, game, TB 11, 4/25 at CWS Most SO, TB Reliever 5, Boxberger, 8/10 at CHC Most walks, game, Opp 10, 5/1 at BOS Most IP, TB Reliever 4.2, Ramos, 5/31 at BOS Most strikeouts, game, TB 17, 6/8 vs. SEA Most walks, game, TB 6, Ramos, 5/1 at BOS Most strikeouts, game, Opp 16, 2x-last, 6/13 at HOU Most walks, game, Opp 6, Dickey, 3/31 vs. TOR Most LOB, game, TB 15, 6/6 at SEA Most SO, Team, TB 17, 8/10 at CHC Most LOB, game, Opp 18, 8/4 at OAK Most walks, Team, TB 10, 5/1 at BOS Most errors, game, TB 4, 2x-last, 5/12 at SEA Low-Hit Game 1, 2x-last, 6/21 vs. HOU Most errors, game, Opp 4, 4/4 vs. TEX Consecutive Scoreless IP 24.2, Cobb, April 1 May 27 Longest game, time 5:49, 5/2 at NYY Shortest game, time 2:10, 6/3 at MIA Longest game, time (9 inn.) 4:10, 5/9 vs. CLE Shortest game, time (9 inn.) 2:10, 6/3 at MIA Grand Slams (1): Kiermaier-1 (7/9/14 vs. KC, Y Ventura) Back-to-Back (4): Kiermaier/Longoria (6/19/14 vs. HOU, P Clemens) Rodriguez/Jennings (6/17 vs. BAL, M Gonzalez), Zobrist/Longoria (6/4 vs. MIA, T Koehler), Jennings/Loney (5/26 at TOR, D Hutchison) 2-HR games (3): Zobrist-1 (4/13 at CIN, T Cingrani/N Christiani), Hanigan-1 (4/19 vs. NYY, I Nova), Myers-1 (4/19 vs. NYY, I Nova/M Daley), Joyce-1 (6/29 at BAL, M Gonzalez, B Matusz) LAST HR & PLAYER SEASON HIGHS HOME RUNS RUNS BY INNING 3-HR games (-): - Pinch-hit (2): Rodriguez-1 (5/25 vs. BOS, C Breslow), Sands- 1 (6/16 vs. BAL, B Matusz) Walk-off (1): Rodriguez-1 (5/22 vs. OAK, L Gregerson) Lead-off (1): Jennings-1 (6/28 at BAL, W. Chen) Inside-the-park (2): Kiermaier-1 (5/31 at BOS, A Wilson), Myers-1 (5/4 at NYY, CC Sabathia) X Total Opponent Tampa Bay HOME RUNS 1R 2R 3R GS Total Longoria Rodriguez Jennings Kiermaier Zobrist Joyce Loney Myers DeJesus Forsythe Escobar 4 4 Hanigan Guyer Sands 1 1 Molina - TOTALS CATCHERS pct cs att Casali Hanigan Molina Solis TOTALS MISC. Game-Tying & Go-Ahead RBI: Longoria (25), Loney (23), Zobrist (18), Joyce (14), Jennings (12), Escobar (8), Rodriguez (8), Forsythe (6), Kiermaier (6), Guyer (5), Myers (5), DeJesus (4), Hanigan (4), Molina (3), Figueroa (2), Sands (2), Belnome (1), Casali (1), Cobb (1), Solis (1), Odorizzi (1) 2-Out RBI: Longoria (31), Hanigan (19), Loney (19), Joyce (15), Zobrist (14), Jennings (12), Rodriguez (12), Escobar (10), Kiermaier (10), Forsythe (9), Guyer (9), Myers (7), DeJesus (4), Molina (4), Figueroa (2), Sands (2), Cobb (1) Outfield Assists: Joyce (4), Kiermaier (4), Myers (3), Jennings (2), Zobrist (1) Bunt Singles: Guyer (6), Jennings (3), Kiermaier (3), Zobrist (3), Rodriguez (2), Forsythe (1) Ejections: Maddon-5 (4/26 at CWS, 8th inn.; 5/2 at NYY, 13th inn.; 7/4 at DET, 6th inn.; 7/22 at STL, 3rd inn.; 8/4 at OAK, 10th inn.), Hickey-1 (5/8 vs. BAL, 1st inn.), Escobar-3 (5/25 vs. BOS, 7th inn.; 7/23 at STL, 4th inn.; 7/29 vs. MIL, 8th inn.), Rodriguez-1 (5/25 vs. BOS, 7th inn.) Batted Around: 3/31 vs. TOR (8th inn, 9 batters), 4/18 vs. NYY (8th inn, 11 batters), 4/19 vs. NYY (6th inn, 10 batters), 4/22 vs. MIN (1st inn, 9 batters), 4/25 at CWS (2nd inn, 10 batters), 5/2 at NYY (14th inn, 11 batters), 5/25 vs. BOS (7th inn, 9 batters), 6/11 vs. STL (4th inn., 9 batters), 6/29 at BAL (6th inn., 11 batters), 7/12 vs. TOR (6th inn., 10 batters), 7/22 at STL (5th inn., 10 batters), 8/2 vs. LAA (2nd inning, 9 batters), 8/3 vs. LAA (7th inn., 9 batters), 8/22 at TOR (6th inn., 9 batters) CATWALKS 1. April 19 vs. NYY Evan Longoria home run off the C-ring catwalk in left field (400 feet) off Ivan Nova (3rd inning). 2. May 21 vs. OAK Logan Forsythe single off the B-ring catwalk above third base off Sean Doolittle (9th inning). 3. June 17 vs. BAL Sean Rodriguez home run off the C-ring catwalk in left field (390 feet) off Miguel Gonzalez (3rd inning). 4. June 18 vs. BAL Nelson Cruz home run off the C-ring catwalk in left field (415 feet) off Kirby Yates (8th inning). 5. June 19 vs. HOU George Springer home run off the D-ring catwalk in left field (438 feet) off David Price (3rd inning). WALK-OFF WINS 1. May 22 vs. OAK (W 5-2) Sean Rodriguez home run to left field off Luke Gregerson (11th inning). 2. May 23 vs. BOS (W 1-0) Cole Figueroa double to right-center field off Burke Badenhop (9th inning). 3. May 24 vs. BOS (W 6-5) Desmond Jennings fielder s choice, throwing error off Andrew Miller (15th inning). INSTANT REPLAY CHALLENGES (since Aug 12) GAME CHALLENGED BY INN. PLAYER OF REFERENCE INITIAL CALL RULING DELAY Aug 12 at TEX Tampa Bay B5 Leonys Martin Safe at 2nd Overturned 1:44 Aug 12 at TEX Umpire B7 Shin-Soo Choo Count check Record keeping 1:09 Aug 12 at TEX Tampa Bay T10 Ben Zobrist Out at 1st Confirmed 0:45 Aug 12 at TEX Texas B10 Adam Rosales Out at 1st Confirmed 2:19 Aug 13 at TEX Umpire T2 Curt Casali Double Confirmed 2:00 Aug 19 vs DET Umpire B4 Vince Belnome Home Run Overturned 0:58 Aug 19 vs DET Detroit T5 Miguel Cabrera Out at 1st Overturned 1:48 Aug 23 at TOR Toronto T4 Wil Myers Safe at 1st Overturned 3:00 Aug 24 at TOR Tampa Bay T5 Matt Joyce Out at 1st Overturned 0:44 Aug 24 at TOR Umpire T10 Logan Forsythe Out at Home Confirmed 2:57 Aug 26 at BAL Umpire T1 Desmond Jennings Out at Home Stands 2:42 Aug 26 at BAL Umpire B3 Nick Markakis Count Check Record keeping 2:21 Rays Totals (bold): 39 challenges (16 overturned, 12 stand, 11 confirmed) Opp Totals: 28 challenges (14 overturned, 8 stand, 6 confirmed) Umpire Totals: 24 challenges (3 record keeping, 7 stand, 11 confirmed, 3 overturned)

6 TRANSACTIONS (since Opening Day) OPENING DAY ROSTER May 30 Reinstated UTL Ben Zobrist (left thumb dislocation) Pitchers (12): RH Chris Archer, RH Grant Balfour, RH Heath Bell, RH Alex Cobb, RH Brandon Gomes, RH Josh Lueke, LH Jake McGee, LH Matt Moore, RH Jake Odorizzi, RH June 1 Placed OF Wil Myers (right wrist fracture) on the 15-day DL, retroactive to May 31; transferred INF Tim Beckham (right knee surgery) to the 60-day DL; selected 1B/OF Jerry Sands from Durham. Joel Peralta, LH David Price, LH Cesar Ramos June 7 Designated RH Josh Lueke for assignment; recalled RH Kirby Yates from Durham. Catchers (2): Ryan Hanigan, Jose Molina June 11 Optioned C Ali Solis to Durham; reinstated C Ryan Hanigan (right hamstring tightness) Infielders (6): Yunel Escobar, Logan Forsythe, James Loney, Evan Longoria, Sean June 13 Claimed RH Angel Sanchez off waivers from the Miami Marlins; optioned him to Rodriguez, Ben Zobrist Double-A Montgomery. Outfielders (5): David DeJesus, Brandon Guyer, Desmond Jennings, Matt Joyce, Wil Myers June 19 Placed OF David DeJesus (left hand fracture) on the 15-day DL; reinstated OF Brandon Guyer (left thumb fracture) DL (3): RHP Jeremy Hellickson (15-day), RHP Juan Carlos Oviedo (60-day), INF Tim Beckham (15-day) June 24 Placed 1B/OF Jerry Sands (strained tendon in left wrist) on the 15-day DL, retroactive to June 23; recalled INF Cole Figueroa from Durham. June 27 Added RH Alex Colome from Durham per MLB s 26th Man Rule. April 3 Placed UTL Sean Rodriguez on the paternity list; recalled INF Vince Belnome from June 28 Returned RH Alex Colome to Durham per MLB s 26th Man Rule. Triple-A Durham. June 30 Designated RH Angel Sanchez for assignment; claimed RH Cory Burns off waivers April 4 Optioned INF Vince Belnome to Durham; reinstated UTL Sean Rodriguez from the from the Texas Rangers; optioned him to Montgomery. paternity list. July 1 Placed INF Yunel Escobar (right shoulder soreness) on 15-day DL, retroactive to June April 8 Placed LH Matt Moore (left elbow soreness) on the 15-day DL; recalled LH Jeff Beliveau 25; recalled LH Jeff Beliveau from Durham. from Durham. July 3 Optioned LH Jeff Beliveau to Durham; recalled INF Vince Belnome from Durham. April 11 Optioned LH Jeff Beliveau to Durham; recalled OF Kevin Kiermaier from Durham. July 4 Placed LH Cesar Ramos on the paternity list; recalled LH Jeff Beliveau from Durham. April 12 Added LH Erik Bedard to the taxi squad. July 7 Optioned LH Jeff Beliveau and INF Vince Belnome to Durham; reinstated LH Cesar April 13 Optioned OF Kevin Kiermaier to Durham; selected LH Erik Bedard from Durham placed RH Alex Cobb (left oblique strain) on the 15-day DL; recalled LH Jeff Beliveau Ramos from the paternity list; reinstated RH Jeremy Hellickson (right elbow surgery) from Durham. July 11 Placed LH Jake McGee on the paternity list; reinstated INF Yunel Escobar (right shoulder April 14 Optioned LH Jeff Beliveau to Durham; recalled RH Brad Boxberger from Durham. soreness) April 19 Optioned RH Brad Boxberger to Durham; recalled LH C.J. Riefenhauser from Durham. July 13 Optioned RH Jeremy Hellickson to Montgomery reinstated LH Jake McGee from the April 22 Optioned LH C.J. Riefenhauser to Durham; reinstated RH Juan Carlos Oviedo (right paternity list. elbow surgery) July 17 Placed C Ryan Hanigan (left oblique strain) on the 15-day DL. May 1 Added RH Brad Boxberger from Durham per MLB s 26th Man Rule. July 18 Transferred OF Wil Myers (right wrist fracture) to the 60-day DL; selected C Curt May 2 Returned RH Brad Boxberger to Durham per MLB s 26th Man Rule. Casali from Durham. May 3 Designated RH Heath Bell for assignment; recalled RH Nathan Karns from Durham. July 22 Placed RH Joel Peralta (illness) on the 15-day DL, retroactive to July 13; recalled LH May 5 Optioned RH Nathan Karns to Durham; recalled RH Brad Boxberger from Durham. Jeff Beliveau from Durham. May 15 Placed UTL Ben Zobrist (dislocated left thumb) on the 15-day DL; selected INF Cole Figueroa from Durham. July 26 Designated RH Juan Carlos Oviedo for assignment; recalled RH Jeremy Hellickson from Charlotte. May 17 Placed OF Desmond Jennings on the bereavement list; recalled OF Kevin Kiermaier from Durham. July 28 Designated LH Erik Bedard for assignment; reinstated RH Joel Peralta (illness) from the 15-day DL. May 20 Optioned RH Brandon Gomes to Durham; reinstated OF Desmond Jennings from the bereavement list. July 31 Acquired LH Drew Smyly and minor league SS Willy Adames from the Detroit Tigers and INF Nick Franklin from the Seattle Mariners in exchange for LH David Price (to May 22 Optioned OF Kevin Kiermaier to Durham; reinstated RH Alex Cobb (left oblique strain) Detroit). Aug 10 Reinstated INF Tim Beckham (right knee surgery) from the 60-day DL; optioned him to May 26 Placed OF Brandon Guyer (left thumb fracture) on the 15-day DL; recalled RH Alex Durham. Colome from Durham. Aug 13 Optioned INF Cole Figueroa to Durham; recalled RH Brandon Gomes from Durham. May 27 Optioned RH Alex Colome to Durham; transferred LH Matt Moore (Tommy John Aug 16 Optioned RH Brandon Gomes to Durham; recalled INF Vince Belnome from Durham. surgery) to the 60-day DL; selected C Ali Solis from Durham. Aug 20 Transferred OF Jerry Sands (left wrist surgery) to the 60-day DL; reinstated OF Wil Myers May 28 Placed C Ryan Hanigan (right hamstring tightness) on the 15-day DL, retroactive to (right wrist fracture) from the 60-day DL; optioned INF Vince Belnome to Durham. May 27; recalled OF Kevin Kiermaier from Durham. Aug 26 Optioned C Curt Casali to Charlotte; reinstated C Ryan Hanigan (left oblique strain) May 29 Optioned INF Cole Figueroa to Durham. RAYS ON THE DISABLED LIST (3) Pos. Player DL Injury Date on Retro First Date Off Gms Missed Record OF David DeJesus 15-day Left hand fracture June July LHP Matt Moore 60-day Tommy John surgery April 8 -- June OF Jerry Sands 60-day Left wrist surgery June 24 June 23 Aug Others (Games Missed): RH Alex Cobb (35, left oblique strain, 12-23), INF Tim Beckham (116, right knee surgery, 57-59), INF Yunel Escobar (15, right shoulder soreness, 11-4), OF Brandon Guyer (22, left thumb fracture, 5-17), C Ryan Hanigan (13, right hamstring tightness, 1-12; 38, left oblique strain, 22-16), RH Jeremy Hellickson (91, right elbow surgery, 41-50), RH Juan Carlos Oviedo (19, right elbow surgery, 9-10), RH Joel Peralta (9, illness, 8-1), OF Wil Myers (70, right wrist fracture, 38-32), UTL Ben Zobrist (13, dislocated left thumb, 5-8) W-L BY POSITION (STARTS) c 1b 2b 3b ss lf cf rf dh 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th Belnome Casali DeJesus Escobar Figueroa Forsythe Guyer Hanigan Jennings Joyce Kiermaier Loney Longoria Molina Myers Rodriguez Sands Solis Zobrist RAYS HITTERS vs. ORIOLES W-L BY BATTING ORDER (STARTS) 2014 CAREER Player G AB H HR RBI BB SO AVG OBP G AB H HR RBI BB SO AVG OBP Escobar Forsythe Guyer Hanigan Jennings Joyce Kiermaier Loney Longoria Molina Myers Rodriguez Zobrist RAYS PITCHERS vs. ORIOLES 2014 CAREER PLAYER W L SV IP H ER SO ERA AVG W L SV IP H ER SO ERA AVG Archer Balfour Beliveau Boxberger Cobb Hellickson McGee Odorizzi Peralta Ramos Smyly Yates

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