1 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2017 at BOSTON RED SOX RH Matt Andriese (5-2, 3.78) vs. LH Chris Sale (15-7, 2.85) First Pitch: 7:10 p.m. Location: Fenway Park, Boston, Mass. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio: Rays Radio Network, WGES 680 AM (Sp.) Game No.: 143 (70-72) Road Game No.: 73 (34-38) All-Time Game No.: 3,219 (1,490-1,728) All-Time Road Game No.: 1,609 ( ) April: May: June: July: August: September: 3-4 Pre-All-Star: Post-All-Star: SHELTER FROM THE STORM With Hurricane Irma bearing down on the Tampa Bay area, yesterday Major League Baseball announced the 3-game series against the Yankees (Mon Wed) will be relocated to Citi Field, home of the New York Mets the Rays will be the home team and bat last fans holding tickets to Rays-Yankees games at Tropicana Field should check RaysBaseball.com/Irma and all social media channels for info on exchanges and refunds all 3 games will air on Fox Sports Sun and WDAE 620 AM tickets for the Citi Field games went on sale at 10 a.m. today at Mets.com/ Irma, by phone at (718) 507-TIXX or in person at the Citi Field box office Field Level reserved seating is $25 ticket fees will be waived. PROGRAMMING ALERT Starting tonight in the Tampa market, WDAE 620 AM will not carry Rays games until further notice due to hurricane news coverage instead, fans can tune in on the Rays Radio Network or MLB At-Bat, which is waiving fees until the Rays flagship returns. UNITED FOR A CAUSE The Red Sox, Rays, Boston Bruins and Florida Panthers have partnered to raise funds for Florida relief tomorrow, donations will be collected at all Fenway Park gates before and during the 1:35 p.m. game players from all four teams will help with the collection when gates open at 12:05 donations will support Red Cross relief efforts that may be needed in the Florida area the Panthers were moved to the Boston area to wait out the hurricane near their AHL affiliate where the team plans to practice. RAY MATTER The Rays lost last night s series opener in Boston, 9-3 prior to losing the last 2 games, the Rays had won 10 of 15 games since Aug 20 they have allowed 19 runs over these last 2 losses (10-6 on Wed vs. MIN), the second time this season they have yielded 9-plus runs in back-to-back games (June 2-3 at SEA, lost 12-4 and 9-2) last night Rays 1-through-6 hitters went 0-for-21, and 7-through-9 went 5-for-11 the Rays have won of their last five series after losing their prev. five straight series. The Rays are vs. left-handed starters, and 1-3 when facing LH Chris Sale they will face four lefties in 6 games on this road trip Rays are vs. RHP. The Rays have 20 games remaining: 18 vs. AL East foes ahead of them in the standings, and the other 2 vs. the defending World Champion Chicago Cubs this is their fifth of 14 consecutive games vs. teams currently positioned to reach the postseason (2-2). The Rays need to finish at least 11-9 to achieve Kevin Cash s best record as Rays manager, 12-8 to finish with a winning record, 15-5 to reach 85 wins and 20-0 to reach 90 wins for context, their best 20-game stretch in Cash s tenure is 15-5 (May 31 June 20, 2015). TAKE A WALK ON THE WILD SIDE The Rays are one of seven teams separated by 4.5 games vying for the second AL Wild Card position, and two of eight separated by 7 games competing for the two Wild Card berths according to FanGraphs, the Rays odds of reaching the postseason have dropped from 10.0 pct. three days ago to 3.5 pct. RAYS vs. RED SOX The Rays are 6-8 in the season series (3-3 home, 3-5 road) this is their third and final visit to Fenway Park they won 2 of 3 games in their last visit, May 12-14, culminating with an 11-2 victory on Mother s Day the Rays went 7-12 in 2016 and need to win 4 of the remaining 5 games to avoid losing back-to-back season series to Boston for the first time since they play a 3-game set at Tropicana Field next weekend (Sep 15-17) Tampa Bay is (.506) vs. Boston since becoming the Rays in HOME RUN STREAK REACHES 18 The Rays home run streak was kept alive last night by C Jesús Sucre, who hit a 2-run homer in the 5th the Rays have homered in 18 consecutive games, the longest in club history within one season and 2nd longest overall (see A.L. WILD CARD STANDINGS New York Minnesota Los Angeles Texas Baltimore Seattle Tampa Bay Kansas City MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES w/hr, RAYS HISTORY 21* Sep 20, 2015 April 12, Aug 19, 2017 current 17 April 15 May 3, 2013 *14 G in 2015, 7 G in 2016 chart) the longest streak in the majors this season is 19 games by Houston (May 23 June 11) during these 18 games, the Rays have scored 86 runs and hit 35 HR, averaging 4.78 R/G and 1.94 HR/G over the previous 14 games (Aug 4-18), they scored 24 runs and hit 8 HR (1.71 R/G, 0.57 HR/G). POWER SURGE The Rays rank 5th in the AL with 202 HR, already the 2nd-highest total in club history (216 in 2016) they are on pace for 230 there are 50 players in baseball with at least 25 HR, but the only teams with four of them on their roster are the Rays (Logan Morrison 36; Steven Souza Jr. 29; Lucas Duda 28, 9 with Rays; Corey Dickerson 26) and Indians (Edwin Encarnación 34; Jay Bruce 33, 4 with Indians; Francisco Lindor 27; José Ramírez 25). With Souza s next homer, he can join Morrison (36) as the fourth pair of Rays teammates to hit 30 HR apiece the last duo to do this was Evan Longoria (36) and Brad Miller (30) in 2016, who this year have combined for only 25 HR. Strangely, the Rays have lost 7 of their 10 games since the All-Star break when hitting at least 3 HR; before the All-Star break, they were 17-3 when hitting at least 3 HR. The Rays lead the majors with a club-record 12 back-to-back home runs, ahead of the Orioles and D-backs (11 each). THE DUDE ABIDES 1B/DH Lucas Duda s last 10 hits have gone for extra MOST CONSECUTIVE HITS FOR EXTRA BASES, RAYS HISTORY bases (8-HR, 2-2B), longest such 10 Lucas Duda 9/15/17 current streak in club history (see chart) his last single was Aug 14 at TOR he has 3 HR in his last 5 games 8* 8 8 Sean Rodriguez Carlos Peña Evan Longoria 9/15/13 4/20/14 8/10/08 8/22/08 6/7/08 6/17/08 since being added to the active roster *4 G in 2013, 4 G in 2014 on July 28, he leads the Rays with 11 HR and 22 RBI, ahead of Logan Morrison (10-HR, 20-RBI). ROAD RAGER 1B/DH Logan Morrison has a club-record 26 HR on the road, tied with MIA Giancarlo Stanton for the major league lead Morrison has done this in 238 AB on the road (9.15 AB/HR); Stanton has 26 HR in 272 AB (10.46 AB/HR) his current 9.15 AB/HR ratio is the best of any player (min. 20 HR on road) since BOS David Ortiz in 2003 (9.09; 32 HR in 291 AB) he is on pace for 29 HR on the road, a mark not reached since 2006 when Ortiz (32) and PHI Ryan Howard (29) both did it the American League record of 32 is shared by Ortiz and NYY Babe Ruth (1927). Morrison s career-high 36 HR overall are tied with Evan Longoria (2016) for 3rd most in club history behind Carlos Peña in 2007 (46) and 2009 (39) he has 7 HR and 14 RBI in his last 10 games (9 starts) prior to these last 9 games, he totaled 1 HR and 2 RBI over 20 games from Aug EVAN LONGORIA Has 31 HR lifetime vs. Boston, 2nd among active players behind TOR José Bautista (42) 17 of those have come at Fenway Park, tied with CLE Edwin Encarnación for 2nd among actives as a visitor, behind Bautista (25) Longoria s career 102 RBI vs. Boston rank 2nd among active players, behind SEA Robinson Canó (116). MORE ON IRMA This is the fifth time in baseball history that weather concerns forced the relocation of games to a neutral site just last week, the Rays hosted the Astros and Rangers for 3 games due to the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey in Houston the Astros-Rangers series was the first such occurrence since Sep 14-15, 2008 (Cubs at Astros, Miller Park) due to Hurricane Ike. Irma is the third hurricane to affect Rays games at Tropicana Field, following Hurricane Frances (2004) and Hurricane Gordon (2000) a full description of those circumstances can be found on Page 41 of the 2017 Rays Media Guide. The Rays along with any family members who made the trip will fly to New York following Sunday s series finale in Boston. The Rays offices were closed to employees Thursday and Friday, and will remain closed at least through Monday. MINOR LEAGUE PLAYOFFS Triple-A Durham lost last night at Indianapolis (Pirates), 5-0, trimming their best-of-five series lead to 2-1 RH Brent Honeywell takes the mound tonight looking to clinch the series a win would send them to the Governors Cup Finals for the 11th time in 20 seasons as a Rays affiliate (and first since 2013) Double-A Montgomery lost 2-0 last night at Chattanooga (Twins), and now trail 2-1 in the best-offive series they look to keep their season alive tonight Short-A Hudson Valley opens their postseason tonight vs. Staten Island (Yankees). RH Jake Faria (left abdominal strain) is scheduled to make a rehab start in Game 2 for Hudson Valley tomorrow at Staten Island. Upcoming Games Time (ET) Probable Starting Pitchers (Rays vs. Opp.) TV Radio Sun., Sep 10 at BOS 1:35 p.m. RH Alex Cobb (10-9, 3.64) vs. RH Rick Porcello (9-16, 4.67) Fox Sports Sun Rays Radio Network, Radio Luz 760 AM (Sp.) Mon., Sep 11 vs. NYY (Citi Field) 7:10 p.m. RH Jake Odorizzi (8-7, 4.58) vs. LH CC Sabathia (11-5, 3.91) Fox Sports Sun Rays Radio Network, WGES 680 AM (Sp.) Tue., Sep 12 vs. NYY (Citi Field) 7:10 p.m. LH Blake Snell (3-6, 4.36) vs. RH Sonny Gray (9-9, 3.22) Fox Sports Sun Rays Radio Network, WGES 680 AM (Sp.) Wed., Sep 13 vs. NYY (Citi Field) 1:10 p.m. RH Chris Archer (9-9, 4.00) vs. LH Jaime García (1-2, 4.88) Fox Sports Sun Rays Radio Network
2 LAST START On Sun at CWS, made his first start since June 10 vs. OAK (G2) yielded a RBI single to Tim Anderson and 2-run homer to Jose Abreu in the 3rd, a RBI double to Adam Engel in the 4th and a solo homer to Anderson in the 5th tied his season high yielding 5 runs (3rd time), and his first 4 runs allowed came with 2 outs yielded more than 2 ER for only the second time in his last 8 starts (since May 4) his line: L, 5 IP, 6 H, 5 R, 1 BB, 5 SO, 2 HR, 74 pit, 49 str. BREAKOUT SEASON Has yielded 3 ER or fewer in 10 of his 13 starts this season and 2 ER or fewer in 8 starts is 4-1 over his last 9 apps (8 starts), and his last start snapped a 4-game winning streak both of his losses have come on the road (April 29 at TOR, Sep 3 at CWS), while he is 4-0 with a 3.48 ERA (41.1-IP, 16-ER) in 8 starts at home the most consecutive starts to begin a season at home without a loss since Alex Cobb (club-record 13) in At the time of his second DL stint, his 5 wins were tied with Alex Cobb and Austin Pruitt for the team lead. SEEKING LENGTH Has completed 6 IP only 12 times in 40 career starts (30.0 pct.) and has gone more than 6 IP (e.g. recorded at least one out in the 7th) only six times since June 4, 2016, has failed to finish 6 IP in 20 of 27 starts and has gone 5 IP or fewer in 15 of 27 starts. RUN SUPPORT Has averaged 6.26 R/9 IP of run support this season, highest on the team (min. 50 IP) and nearly a run higher than any other Rays starter (Chris Archer, 5.58) has averaged 8.06 R/9 IP (41.1-IP, 37-RS) in 8 starts at home, compared to 2.55 R/9 IP (24.2-IP, 7-RS) in his 5 starts on the road (excludes his only relief app). HELP WANTED Four times he has left the game with a lead and hasn t gotten the win was ineligible for the win in his season debut due to his start of 4 IP three other times the bullpen gave up the lead: Selected by Indians Manager Terry Francona to join the AL coaching staff for the 2017 All-Star Game, his first career All-Star appearance as a player, coach or manager joined Larry Rothschild in 2000 and Joe Maddon and his entire coaching staff in 2009 as Rays managers/coaches to go. On July 18 at OAK, was ejected in the 5th inning by HP umpire Bill Welke, his seventh career ejection as a manager and third this season. Is in his third season as Rays manager and at age 39, remains the majors youngest active skipper 5 months younger than SD Andy Green. TONIGHT S STARTER RH MATT ANDRIESE (5-2, 3.78) YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO IP H R ER BB SO HR Avg Durham (AAA) Tampa Bay Tampa Bay Charlotte (A) Durham (AAA) Major League Totals Minor League Totals April 13 at NYY: Left after 6 IP with a 2-1 lead and Xavier Cedeño yielded a 2-run homer to Aaron Hicks in the 7th inning. April 23 vs. HOU: Left after 5 IP with a 4-3 lead and Alex Colomé yielded an unearned run in the 9th (passed ball, sac fly). May 9 vs. KC: Left after 5.1 IP with a 5-3 lead and Jumbo Díaz yieled a game-tying single to Alex Gordon in the 8th inning GAME LOG GAME DEC ERA IP H R ER BB SO HR HB WP P/K FINAL OPP. LEFT 4/7 vs. TOR /54 W, 10-8 Liriano up, 6-4 4/13 at NYY /69 L, 2-3 Severino up, 2-1 4/18 vs. DET W /65 W, 5-1 Fulmer up, 3-1 4/23 vs. HOU /57 L, 4-6 (10) Musgrove up, 4-3 4/29 at TOR L /73 L, 1-4 Liriano down, 4-1 APRIL /4 vs. MIA W /68 W, 5-1 Straily up, 5-0 5/9 vs. KC /56 L, 6-7 (12) Young up, 5-3 5/14 at BOS W /61 W, 11-2 Pomeranz up, 3-2 5/20 vs. NYY W /61 W, 9-5 Tanaka up, 9-4 5/25 vs. LAA W /67 W, 4-0 Wright up, 4-0 5/30 at TEX /18 L, 5-9 Martinez down, 2-0 MAY /10 vs. OAK (2) /14 L, 2-7 Manaea tied, 1-1 JUNE *8/28 at KC S /26 W, AUGUST /3 at CWS L /49 L, 2-6 Giolito down, GAME LOG (A) TOMORROW S STARTER RH ALEX COBB (10-9, 3.64) LAST START On Mon vs. MIN, his only run allowed came on a 2ndinning RBI single by Max Kepler two of his 3 hits allowed came in the 2nd retired 10 of his last 11 BF before being replaced by Dan Jennings with 1-on, 2-out in the 6th inning improved to 2-0 with a 2.20 ERA (16.1-IP, 4-ER) in 3 career apps, all starts, in his career against the Twins his line: W, 5.2 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 2 BB, 7 SO, 99 pit, 65 str. BOSTON-BORN Was born in Boston but moved to Florida with his family as a 2-year-old made return trips as a visitor growing up, which #16 KEVIN CASH, MANAGER GIFT-WRAPPED SAVE On Aug 28 at KC, was reinstated from the 60-day DL (right hip stress reaction) and went 3 IP in relief in a 12-0 win, combining on a 2-hit shutout with Austin Pruitt his line: SV, 3 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 0 SO, 39 pitches, 26 strikes marked his fourth career save, all of the 3 IP (or more) variety, extending his franchise record. Was the second time in club history a save was recorded in a win by 12+ runs, joining Dale Thayer on May 22, 2009 at FLA. Became the third Ray with a save on his birthday, following Troy Percival in 2008 and Albie Lopez in 1999 became the fifth pitcher since the save became official (1969) with a 3-IP save on his birthday: Lopez in 1999, MTL Chuck Taylor in 1974, KC Bruce Dal Canton in 1972 and ATL Hoyt Wilhelm in DL STINTS Made consecutive starts of less than 2 IP on May 30 at TEX (1.2 IP) and June 10 (G2) vs. OAK (1 IP), both ending in trips to the disabled list was replaced in his start against the A s after taking warmup pitches in the 2nd inning with a right groin strain, an aggravation of his previous injury. AT A GLANCE Made the Opening Day roster for the second time in his career selected as the No. 5 starter on March 23 by Manager Kevin Cash split time between the starting rotation and bullpen for the Rays over the previous two seasons made the Rays Opening Day roster in 2015 and followed Chris Archer, Nate Karns and Jake Odorizzi in the Rays rotation, but actually made his major league debut out of the bullpen in a game started by Steve Geltz IN REVIEW Recalled from Triple-A Durham on May 8 and spent the rest of last season in the majors, making 29 apps (19 starts) joined the rotation after his call up, and shifted to the bullpen in June when LH Blake Snell was promoted despite leading the Rays rotation over that span with 5 wins, 44.2 IP and a 2.82 ERA (44.2-IP, 14-ER) in 7 starts rejoined the rotation after the Aug 1 trade of LH Matt Moore to San Francisco, making 11 starts down the stretch and going 2-6 with a 6.47 ERA (55.2-IP, 40-ER). * relief app GAME DEC ERA IP H R ER BB SO HR HB WP P/K FINAL OPP. LEFT 8/13 at BRD /34 L, 4-5 (10) Marvel down, 2-0 8/18 vs. CLR /2 W, 3-2 Sanchez tied, GAME LOG (AAA) GAME DEC ERA IP H R ER BB SO HR HB WP P/K FINAL OPP. LEFT 8/23 vs. GWN /48 L, 5-6 Medlen up, SPLITS vs. RH:.299 (46-154), 9-HR vs. LH:.177 (20-113), 3-HR Home: 4-0, 3.48 ERA (41.1-IP, 16-ER) Road: 1-2, 4.23 ERA (27.2-IP, 13-ER) ANDRIESE vs. RED SOX CAREER Is 2-1 with a 4.11 ERA (30.2- IP, 14-ER) in 7 career apps (5 starts) against the Red Sox is 1-1 with a 6.94 ERA (11.2-IP, 9-ER) in 3 apps (2 starts) at Fenway Park his only app against them this season was May 14 at BOS, when he became the first pitcher in Rays history with multiple wins on Mother s Day (also 2016) his line: W, 5 IP, 4 H, 2 R, 4 BB, 5 SO, 107 pit, 61 str. runs scored on an RBI double (Xander Bogaerts, 1st inn.) and RBI single (Dustin Pedroia, 5th). would include stops at Fenway Park the Red Sox were his favorite team until he was drafted by the Rays in vs. BOSTON Is 5-3 with a 3.42 ERA (71-IP, 27-ER) in 12 career starts against the Red Sox has yielded 3 ER or fewer in 10 of his 12 starts against them is 4-1 with a 3.34 ERA (35-IP, 13-ER) in 6 career starts at Fenway Park, his most wins at any visiting stadium has made 3 starts against the Red Sox this season, going 2-0 with a 3.32 ERA (19-IP, 7-ER), incl. a scoreless start (7.2 IP) on July 8 at home. Is the fifth manager in Rays history is the sixth Tampa-born manager in ML history and second to manage the Rays joins Hall of Famers Al Lopez and Tony La Russa, Lou Piniella, Dave Miley and John Hart. Played 12 professional seasons as a catcher, including parts of eight seasons in the majors ( ) spent two years ( ) in the Rays org. Played in the 1989 Little League World Series (Tampa Northside LL), 1999 College World Series (Florida State) and earned World Series rings in 2007 (Red Sox) and 2009 (Yankees).
3 RAYS HITTER NOTES #18 PETER BOURJOS, OF Fri: 0-2 (def. rep.) MIN Series: 0-2 Trip: 2-8, 2B, 2-BB, 2-R vs. LH:.256 (22-86), 3-HR 2017:.224/.275/.391, 5-HR, 11-RBI, 5-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-4 RISP:.154 (4-26) vs. RH:.186 (13-70), 2-HR Batting.197/.246/.328 (12-for-61) in 33 games (13 starts) since the All-Star break this stretch has lowered his season avg. from.242 to.224. Has appeared in 85 games with 37 starts (17-LF, 16-CF, 4-RF), incl. 32 starts vs. LHP batting.278 (47-for-169) vs. LHP over the last two seasons. Has been used 26 times as a defensive replacement, 10 times as a PH and 12 times as a PR has made only 2 starts since Aug 20 vs. SEA. On July 29 at NYY, homered off Caleb Smith on the game s second pitch, his second career leadoff homer (also April 15, 2013 at MIN, with LAA). #19 CURT CASALI, C Fri: DNP MIN Series: DNP Trip: 0-0 vs. LH: -- Triple-A:.263/.351/.347, 5-HR, 48-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak (2016): 1G (.667, 2-3) RISP: -- vs. RH: -- Recalled from Triple-A Durham on Sep 1 for his first stint this season on Sep 2 at CWS, caught one inning as a def. rep., his only action since then. Spent the first five months of the season at Triple-A, after leading the club in starts at catcher (62) last season hit.263/.351/.347 (79-for-300) with 10 2B, 5 HR and 48 RBI in 85 games with Durham combined to hit.234 (25-for-107) in July and August, compared to.280 (54-for-193) thru June. Has 18 HR in 153 career games hit 8 HR in 226 AB for the Rays last season (28.25 AB/HR), after 10 HR in 101 AB (10.1 AB/HR) in #10 COREY DICKERSON, OF Fri: 0-4 MIN Series: 3-11, 2-2B, HR, 2-RBI, BB, 3-R Trip: 8-30, 2-2B, 3B, HR, 2-RBI, BB, 3-R vs. LH:.315 (45-143), 3-HR 2017:.282/.328/.503, 26-HR, 60-RBI, 4-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-12 RISP:.315 (29-92) vs. RH:.270 ( ), 23-HR Leads the team with 151 hits (11th in the AL), 45 multi-hit games (T-7th in the AL), 62 XBH (T-9th in the AL) and 269 total bases (10th in the AL). Has a career-high 26 HR (prev. 24, 2016 and 2014) has at least 4 HR in each completed month: April (6), May (6), June (5), July (4) and Aug (4). Was the AL s outright leader in batting avg. through June 26 (.330) but since then is batting.221/.273/.396 (52-for-235) to lower his avg. to.282. Has been held hitless in 7 of his last 8 games (6 starts) the only exception was Mon vs. MIN, when his 3 XBH tied the most by a Ray this year. Five times he has recorded 4 hits (or more), tied for most in the majors (Betts, LeMahieu), and the most by a Ray since Carl Crawford (8) in Has appeared in 135 games with 127 starts (76-LF, 51-DH) has made starts batting leadoff (56), 2nd (47), 3rd (1), 5th (5), 6th (17) and 7th (1). #21 LUCAS DUDA, 1B Fri: 0-3, RBI, HBP MIN Series: 3-10, 2B, 2-HR, 5-RBI, BB, 2-R Trip: 3-21, 3-HR, 6-RBI, BB, 3-R vs. LH:.183 (15-82), 4-HR 2017:.230/.336/.527, 28-HR, 59-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-4 RISP:.208 (16-77) vs. RH:.243 (69-284), 24-HR His last 10 hits have gone for extra bases (2-2B, 8-HR), the longest streak of hits for extra bases in franchise history since being added to the active roster on July 28, his 11 HR are most on the team, ahead of Logan Morrison (10) is 2 HR shy of tying his career high (30, 2014 with NYM). Has 3 HR in his last 5 games on Tue-Wed vs. MIN, homered in consecutive games for the sixth time this season on Wed vs. MIN, homered with 2+ runners on base for the third time (last Aug 28 at KC) five of his last 8 HR have come with runner(s) on base; 17 of his first 20 HR were solo. Has appeared in 36 games with 32 starts (17-1B, 15-DH) with the Rays, batting.193/.314/.518 (22-for-114) with 4 2B, 11 HR, 22 RBI and 17 BB. #8 DANNY ESPINOSA, INF Fri: DNP MIN Series: DNP Trip: 2-9, BB, R vs. LH:.170 (15-88), 1-HR 2017:.166/.242/.277, 6-HR, 31-RBI, 4-SB Current Hitting Streak: 1G (.333, 1-3) RISP:.197 (13-66) vs. RH:.164 (27-165), 5-HR Batting.222/.364/.222 (2-for-9) in 4 games (2 starts) since signing with the Rays also appeared in 77 games with LAA and 8 games with SEA. In 2016, had career highs with 24 HR and 72 RBI, all coming as a shortstop his 24 HR were fourth among major league shortstops and second among NL switch-hitters, behind LAD Yasmani Grandal (27) he made three trips to the postseason with the Nationals (2012, 2014, 2016). Succeeded Troy Tulowitzki as the shortstop at Long Beach State University played alongside Evan Longoria at Long Beach State in #11 ADEINY HECHAVARRIA, INF Fri: 1-4, R MIN Series: 1-7, RBI, 2-BB, R Trip: 11-31, 3-2B, 2-3B, 2-HR, 5-RBI, 2-BB, 5-R vs. LH:.254 (15-59), 2-HR 2017:.252/.280/.376, 5-HR, 22-RBI, 2-SB Current Hitting Streak: 2G (.286, 2-7) RISP:.294 (15-51) vs. RH:.251 (52-207), 3-HR Batting.308/.361/.600 (20-for-65) with 10 XBH over his last 20 games hit.213/.234/.265 (29-for-136) with 5 XBH in his first 40 games with TB. Batting.244/.277/.373 (49-for-201) with 8 2B, 3 3B, 4 HR, 16 RBI and 9 BB since being acquired via trade from the Miami Marlins on June 26 over that span, he ranks 3rd among AL shortstops with a.983 fielding pct., behind DET Jose Iglesias (.991) and LAA Andrelton Simmons (.985). Twice since his trade to the Rays he s had a game-tying hit with 2 outs in the 9th, the first Ray to do this twice in a season since Longoria in Has appeared in 60 games with 57 starts, all at SS, with the Rays according to FanGraphs, his 20 DRS since 2015 rank 6th among ML SS. #39 KEVIN KIERMAIER, CF Fri: 0-4, BB MIN Series: 5-14, 2B, HR, 4-RBI, 3-R Trip: 12-36, 3-2B, 4-RBI, 3-BB, 7-R vs. LH:.239 (26-109), 3-HR 2017:.279/.343/.452, 11-HR, 34-RBI, 13-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-6 RISP:.213 (13-61) vs. RH:.300 (61-203), 8-HR Batting.342/.384/.582 (27-for-79) with 5 2B, 1 3B, 4 HR, 14 RBI and 5 BB in 19 games (all starts) since returning from the 60-day DL on Aug 18 all 19 starts since returning have come at leadoff batting.340/.389/.640 (17-for-50) vs. RHP over that span and.345/.375/.483 (10-for-29) vs. LHP. On Wed vs. MIN, had a game-tying homer in the 5th, his third off a lefty this season and eighth in his career (last June 2 at SEA, James Pazos). Batting.333/.374/.593 (59-for-177) over his last 44 games since May 12, raising his season avg. from.207 to.279 and his OBP from.305 to.343. Has 15 Defensive Runs Saved in innings, tied with TOR Kevin Pillar (in 1,185.2 inn.) for 2nd among ML CF to MIN Byron Buxton (24 in 985 inn.). Has appeared in 81 games with 79 starts, all in CF, including 24 starts vs. left-handed starters won the AL Gold Glove for CF in 2015 and #3 EVAN LONGORIA, 3B Fri: 0-2, 2-BB MIN Series: 6-12, 2B, HR, 4-RBI, BB, 3-R Trip: 6-35, 2B, 3-RBI, BB, 3-R vs. LH:.204 (29-142), 6-HR 2017:.265/.321/.435, 18-HR, 77-RBI, 5-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-3 RISP:.287 (35-122) vs. RH:.286 ( ), 12-HR Has reached base multiple times in 4 straight games, his first time doing that since Sep 14-17, 2016 (4 straight) on Wed vs. MIN, had his first home run since hitting for the cycle on Aug 1 at HOU, snapping a career-long 123 AB homerless drought (prev. 90 AB from April 6 May 6, 2015). Was announced on Tuesday as the Rays nominee for the Roberto Clemente Award, the second time in his career he s been nominated (2014). Has 12 SF (last Sep 2 at CWS), tied with HOU Josh Reddick for the ML lead and tying Ben Zobrist in 2010 for the single-season club record. On Aug 1 at HOU, became the second Ray to hit for the cycle, following Melvin Upton Jr. on Oct 2, 2009 vs. NYY it was the first time under the current replay system (2014-) that a cycle included any hit that was involved in any type of umpire review or manager challenge (source: Elias). Has started 138 games (127-3B, 11-DH) since the start of 2013, leads the majors with 780 games played, ahead of SEA Kyle Seager (772). #13 BRAD MILLER, INF Fri: 2-3, R, HBP MIN Series: 0-8, 3-BB, 2-R Trip: 6-24, 2B, 2-HR, 2-RBI, 3-BB, 4-R vs. LH:.217 (15-69), 1-HR 2017:.191/.332/.317, 7-HR, 31-RBI, 4-SB Current Hitting Streak: 1G (.667, 2-3) RISP:.143 (10-70) vs. RH:.183 (41-224), 6-HR Yesterday at BOS, his multi-hit game snapped an 0-for-16 batting.151/.295/.260 (11-for-73) over his last 26 games (23 starts) since Aug 10. Has more walks (61) than hits (56) is on pace to be the first player to finish a season that way (min. 300 PA) since CWS Adam Dunn in Has walked once every 5.87 PA this year, 3rd highest rate in the AL (min. 300 PA) and the highest in franchise history (Carlos Peña, 5.94 in 2007). Hasn t made an error since July 14 at LAA but his.968 fielding pct. is lowest among AL 2B (min. 50 G) and his 10 errors are T-3rd among AL 2B. Has appeared in 95 games with 84 starts (75-2B, 9-DH) prior to this season, had 18 career starts at 2B, but none since Sep 6, 2015 at OAK. #7 LOGAN MORRISON, 1B Fri: 0-4, E3 MIN Series: 3-6, HR, 2-RBI, 2-R Trip: 12-33, 2-2B, 6-HR, 12-RBI, 3-BB, 8-R vs. LH:.234 (26-111), 6-HR 2017:.250/.351/.533, 36-HR, 82-RBI, 2-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-5 RISP:.178 (21-118) vs. RH:.255 (89-349), 30-HR Has 4 HR and 7 RBI over his last 7 games (6 starts) and 7 HR and 14 RBI over his last 10 G (9 starts) had 1 HR and 2 RBI in his prev. 20 G. His 36 HR are thirteen more than his prev. career high (23, 2011) and are T-3rd in club history, behind Carlos Peña in 2007 (46) and 2009 (39). Ranks among AL leaders in HR (36, T-5th), multi-rbi games (25, T-4th) and walks (71, T-7th) is the seventh different Ray with a 30-HR season. Has 26 HR on the road, most in the AL and tied with MIA Giancarlo Stanton for the major league lead his 26 HR on the road is a single-season club record, ahead of Carlos Peña (23) in 2007 sixteen of his last 19 HR and 20 of his last 24 HR have come on the road, since June 13 at TOR. Has appeared in 132 games with 121 starts (106-1B, 15-DH) 55 of his 82 RBI have come via the HR (21 solo, 12 two-run, 2 three-run and 1 GS). Has made 3 errors in 4 games (all starts) at 1B since the beginning of Sep, matching his error total from his first 108 games (102 starts) at 1B. #14 TREVOR PLOUFFE, INF Fri: DNP MIN Series: 1-2, RBI, R Trip: -- vs. LH:.273 (24-88), 7-HR 2017:.206/.276/.327, 8-HR, 17-RBI, 1-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-1 RISP:.125 (7-56) vs. RH:.172 (29-169), 1-HR Selected from Triple-A Durham on Sep 4 to begin his second stint with the Rays this season acquired from Oakland on June 17; DFA on Aug 23. Batting.187/.274/.253 (14-for-75) since the trade from Oakland to the Rays had a solo homer in his third game with TB since then, has 0 HR and only 2 RBI over his last 30 games (16 starts) had 2 XBH in his first 4 games (all starts) with TB; has 1 XBH in his last 29 games (15 starts). Batting.125 (7-for-56) with RISP, lowest in the majors (min. 50 AB) batting.065 (2-for-31) with RISP dating back to May 13 at TEX (with OAK). Has appeared in 33 games with 19 starts (7-1B, 6-DH, 6-3B) twice has come off the bench to play 2B, his first action there since April #30 CÉSAR PUELLO, OF Fri: DNP MIN Series: DNP Trip: 1-7, RBI, R vs. LH:.000 (0-7) 2017:.167/.167/.167, 0-HR, 2-RBI, 2-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-5 RISP:.400 (2-5) vs. RH:.400 (2-5) Batting.125 (1-for-8) in 6 games (2 starts) since being claimed off waivers from the Angels both of his starts have come against LH starters. Made his major league debut with the Angels on Aug 9 vs. BAL became the sixth player since Baseball Reference data is available (1913) with 2 SB in his ML debut, and the second player with at least 1 RBI and 2 SB in his ML debut, along with ARI Trent Oeltjen on Aug 6, 2009 at PIT. Signed with Texas as a minor league free agent in Dec; invited to spring training released on June 1 and signed by the Angels two days later.
4 #40 WILSON RAMOS, C Fri: DNP MIN Series: 2-7 Trip: 2-27, HR, 2-RBI, BB, R vs. LH:.293 (12-41), 1-HR 2017:.228/.263/.364, 6-HR, 19-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 2G (.286, 2-7) RISP:.237 (9-38) vs. RH:.207 (25-121), 5-HR Batting.118/.143/.206 (4-for-34) over his last 10 games (9 starts) hit safely in 16 of his previous 30 AB, which included 1 2B, 2 HR and 4 RBI. Batting.296 (21-for-71) at home, compared to.176 (16-for-91) on the road all 5 XBH on the road have been home runs (has 1 HR at home). Batting.322/.355/.441 (19-for-59) with 1 2B, 2 HR, 5 RBI and 3 BB over his last 17 games (15 starts), dating back to Aug 15 at TOR on Aug 25 at STL, snapped streaks of multiple hits in a 5 straight games and 6 straight starts, both career highs and franchise records for a catcher. Has appeared in 50 games and made 44 starts at catcher has caught 3 of 24 attempted base stealers but only one of the last 22 SB attempts. #0 MALLEX SMITH, OF Fri: DNP MIN Series: 1-7 Trip: -- vs. LH:.289 (11-38) 2017:.274/.336/.367, 2-HR, 11-RBI, 16-SB Current Hitting Streak: 1G (.250, 1-4) RISP:.195 (8-41) vs. RH:.271 (51-188), 2-HR Recalled from Triple-A Durham on Sep 5 for his fourth stint with the Rays this season (also Opening Day April 26, May 31 and June 9 Aug 17). Batting.195/.233/.268 (8-for-41) over his last 14 games in the majors has been successful on 16 of 20 SB att.; his 16 SB tie his career high. Batting.298/.375/.412 (34-for-114) in 35 games (34 starts) at home, compared to.250/.294/.321 (28-for-112) in 34 games on the road. Batting.289/.308/.342 (11-for-38) in limited action against LHP, compared to.080/.179/.120 (4-for-50) vs. LHP last season with the Braves. Has appeared in 69 games with 61 starts (44-CF, 14-LF, 3-RF) with Durham, hit.263 (49-for-186) with 7 2B, 4 3B, 3 HR and 21 SB in 45 G. #20 STEVEN SOUZA JR., OF Fri: 0-2 MIN Series: 1-10, BB, R Trip: 7-36, 2B, 2-HR, 3-RBI, 4-BB, 3-R vs. LH:.264 (33-125), 2-HR 2017:.246/.351/.477, 29-HR, 77-RBI, 14-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-4 RISP:.261 (30-115) vs. RH:.239 (85-355), 27-HR Left yesterday s game at BOS in the 4th inning with a left knee bruise he will undergo further testing tomorrow but the knee is structurally stable. Is 1-for-his-last-16 and batting.143 (6-for-42) over his last 12 G is 1 HR shy of being the eighth diff. Ray in club history with a 30-HR season. Is T-2nd on the team with 77 RBI, trailing Logan Morrison (82) ranks among AL leaders in walks (72, 6th) and multi-rbi games (22, T-10th) has established career highs in games, hits, 2B, 3B, HR, RBI, BB, SB and runs previous career highs included 17 HR (2016) and 49 RBI (2016). Has 29 HR and 14 SB, a combination matched in the majors by only ARI Paul Goldschmidt and MIN Brian Dozier, and unmatched by any player in club history is 6 SB shy of becoming the second player in franchise history with 20 HR and 20 SB in a season (Melvin Upton Jr.: 2012, 2011, 2007). Has appeared in 134 games with 131 starts (122-RF, 5-DH, 2-CF) two of his last 4 HR have come vs. LHP; his first 25 HR came against RHP. #45 JESÚS SUCRE, C Fri: 2-4, HR, 2-RBI, R MIN Series: 1-3, R Trip: 0-4, BB vs. LH:.206 (7-34), 2-HR 2017:.259/.297/.392, 5-HR, 26-RBI, 2-SB Current Hitting Streak: 2G (.429, 3-7) RISP:.300 (12-40) vs. RH:.274 (34-124), 3-HR His 5 HR and 26 RBI are career highs yesterday at BOS, had his first HR in the second half, but is batting.288/.356/.385 (15-for-52) since the ASB. Batting.300 (12-for-40) with RISP and.308 (24-for-78) with runner(s) on base however, is 1-for-his-last-16 with RISP dating back to June 10. Has appeared in 55 games and made 45 starts at catcher has 3 catcher pickoffs, T-1st in the AL and tying the club record (Toby Hall, 2005). Has thrown out 7 of 25 attempted base stealers has thrown out 29.0 percent in his career, including 43.5 pct. (10 of 23) with Seattle in RAYS BULLPEN NOTES #46 JOSÉ ALVARADO, LH Last App: 9/8 at BOS (1.0-IP, 1-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 1-SO) Saves-Opps: -- vs. LH:.324 (11-34) 2017: 0-3-0, 4.50 ERA, 28 G Long Relief App: 2.0, 2x-last 5/16 at CLE IR-RS: 13-3 vs. RH:.145 (8-55), 1-HR Has made 7 straight scoreless apps spanning two stints in the majors yesterday at BOS, yielded a single to Rafael Devers leading off the 5th but retired his next 3 BF recalled from Triple-A Durham on Sep 5 to begin his third stint with the Rays this season (May 3 June 27 and Aug 4-13). On Aug 4 vs. MIL, struck out all 3 BF on 9 pitches for the third immaculate inning in club history, first since Brad Boxberger on May 8, 2014 vs. BAL. His avg. fastball velocity is 98.2 mph (Statcast) his max velocity of mph is the fastest by a Ray since Fernando Rodney in 2013 (101.1). Pitched for Venezuela in the World Baseball Classic during spring training, going 1-0 with a 9.00 ERA (3-IP, 1-H, 3-ER, 3-BB, 4-SO) in 3 apps. #26 BRAD BOXBERGER, RH Last App: 9/6 vs. MIN (1.0-IP, 1-H, 1-R, 0-BB, 0-SO) Saves-Opps: 0-2 vs. LH:.200 (9-45), 1-HR 2017: 3-4-0, 4.43 ERA, 23 G Long Relief App: 2.0, 8/3 at HOU IR-RS: 11-2 vs. RH:.250 (9-36), 3-HR On Wed vs. MIN, yielded a 1-out triple to Eduardo Escobar and sac fly to Robbie Grossman in the 9th inn., extending the Rays deficit to Has allowed run(s) in 4 of his last 6 apps, since Aug 18 vs. SEA (6-IP, 6-ER) in his prev. 9 apps, July 26 Aug 14, had a 1.00 ERA (9-IP, 1-ER). Has entered with the Rays trailing in 10 of his last 12 apps entered with the Rays tied or ahead in 10 of his first 11 apps of the season. Has yielded 4 HR in 22.1 IP this season last allowed one on Aug 26 at STL, yielding a walk-off, 2-run homer to Tommy Pham in the 9th inn. #33 STEVE CISHEK, RH Last App: 9/6 vs. MIN (L, 0.1-IP, 2-H, 3-R, 1-BB, 1-SO) Saves-Opps: 1-4 vs. LH:.195 (8-41), 2-HR 2017: 3-2-1, 2.43 ERA, 42 G Long Relief App: 2.0, 8/30 at KC IR-RS: 23-5 vs. RH:.159 (14-88), 1-HR On Wed vs. MIN, took his first loss with the Rays, starting the 7th in a tie game and going walk, single/e1, strikeout, single, then was replaced. His last app snapped a career-long streak of 20 consecutive scoreless apps, since July 25 vs. BOS (with SEA), the longest such streak in his career of those 20 apps, 18 came since the trade to the Rays the 2nd-longest streak to begin a Rays career, behind Joe Borowski (20) in Acquired from the Mariners on July 28 in exchange for Erasmo Ramirez is 2-1 with a 1.59 ERA (17-IP, 3-ER) in 19 apps with the Rays. Since May 21, has a 1.73 ERA (36.1-IP, 7-ER) in 40 apps with the Mariners and Rays, the 3rd lowest ERA in the AL over that span (min. 25 IP). His last name is pronounced SEE-sheck began the season on the 10-day DL recovering from Oct 2016 surgery to repair a left hip labrum tear. #37 ALEX COLOMÉ, RH Last App: 9/5 vs. MIN (S, 1.0-IP, 2-H, 1-R, 1-BB, 0-SO, 1-HR) Saves-Opps: vs. LH:.216 (24-111), 3-HR 2017: , 3.06 ERA, 59 G Long Relief App: 2.0, 2x-last 5/28 at MIN IR-RS: 17-2 vs. RH:.235 (27-115), 1-HR Has converted his last 13 save opportunities on Tue vs. MIN, entered with a 2-0 lead and allowed a leadoff homer in the 9th to Robbie Grossman (into the Rays Touch Tank) went groundout, walk, single to put runners at the corners but got an Eddie Rosario 6-3 GIDP to end the game. Has a 1.48 ERA (24.1-IP, 4-ER) over his last 24 apps dating back to July 6 vs. BOS this stretch has lowered his season ERA from 4.10 to Has 42 SV, most in the majors, ahead of COL Greg Holland (38); 2nd in the AL is TOR Roberto Osuna (35) leads the AL with 6 SV of 4 outs or more his 42 SV are 4th in club history to Fernando Rodney (48) in 2012, Rafael Soriano (45) in 2010 and Roberto Hernandez (43) in Has a chance to become the first Rays closer to lead the majors in saves; Brad Boxberger (2015) and Rafael Soriano (2010) both led the AL. Dating back to the 2016 All-Star break, he leads the majors with 60 SV, ahead of LAD Kenley Jansen (56) and TOR Roberto Osuna (53). Pitched for the Dominican Republic in the World Baseball Classic during spring training, going 1-0 with a 4.15 ERA (4.1-IP, 2-ER) in 5 apps. #49 TOMMY HUNTER, RH Last App: 9/5 vs. MIN (1.0-IP, 0-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 1-SO) Saves-Opps: 1-1 vs. LH:.160 (12-75), 1-HR 2017: 2-5-1, 2.47 ERA, 53 G Long Relief App: 2.0, 2x-last 5/30 at TEX IR-RS: 23-4 vs. RH:.227 (25-110), 5-HR Has retired his last 9 BF on Tue vs. MIN, made his third consecutive perfect app, pitching the 8th inning with the Rays holding a 2-0 lead. According to FanGraphs, his avg. fastball velocity this season is 96.3 mph, a career high averaged 96.2 mph in the 2015 and 2013 seasons. Has been used exclusively as a reliever since 2013 has pitched to a 3.11 ERA (292.1-IP, 101-ER) and held righties to a.218 avg. over that span. His 5 losses are most among Rays relievers took 3 losses in a span of 6 apps, Aug 13-23, yielding a go-ahead homer in the 8th in all three in 8 apps from Aug 13-26, had a 7.88 ERA (8-IP, 7-ER), allowing run(s) in 5 of those apps had an 0.44 ERA in his prev. 20 apps, June 21 Aug 10. #43 DAN JENNINGS, LH Last App: 9/5 vs. MIN (0.0-IP, 1-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 0-SO) Saves-Opps: 0-2 vs. LH:.219 (21-96), 3-HR 2017: 3-1-0, 3.93 ERA, 67 G Long Relief App: 3.2, 5/30 vs. BOS IR-RS: vs. RH:.252 (28-111), 5-HR Has made 67 apps, 3rd in the AL, T-4th in the majors and 1st among major league lefties has inherited 51 baserunners, T-2nd in the majors. On Tue vs. MIN, replaced starter Jake Odorizzi with 1-on, 2-out in the 7th inning and allowed a single to Eddie Rosario, his only batter faced. Has a 5.91 ERA (10.2-IP, 7-ER) in 19 apps since the trade to the Rays, compared to a 3.45 ERA (44.1-IP, 17-ER) in 48 apps with the White Sox has allowed 24 of 54 BF to reach base, a.444 opp OBP since the trade, has made apps of 0.0 IP (5), 0.1 IP (4), 0.2 IP (3) and 1 IP or more (7). Yielded homers to lefties in consecutive apps, Aug at STL/KC (Matt Carpenter, Eric Hosmer) allowed 1 XBH vs. LHB in his first 62 apps. #36 ANDREW KITTREDGE, RH Last App: 9/8 at BOS (1.0-IP, 0-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 1-SO) Saves-Opps: -- vs. LH:.231 (3-13), 1-HR 2017: 0-1-0, 3.38 ERA, 8 G Long Relief App: 1.2, 8/23 vs. TOR IR-RS: 2-0 vs. RH:.263 (5-19), 1-HR Yesterday at BOS, had a perfect 6th inning on 10 pitches (6 strikes) has pitched to a 3.00 ERA (3-IP, 1-H, 1-ER) in 3 apps since his recall. Recalled from Triple-A Durham on Sep 3 to begin his fourth stint with the Rays (also July 17-23, July and a one-day stint on Aug 23). Went 6-1 with a 1.45 ERA (68.1-IP, 11-ER) in 41 apps (2 starts) this season with Durham did not allow an earned run in his last 13 apps there. Made his major league debut on July 18 at OAK has yielded 2 HR in 8 IP this year, a walk-off to Brett Gardner and 2-run HR to Brian Dozier. #50 AUSTIN PRUITT, RH Last App: 9/6 vs. MIN (0.2-IP, 1-H, 0-R, 1-BB, 0-SO) Saves-Opps: 1-2 vs. LH:.250 (34-136), 4-HR 2017: 7-4-1, 5.09 ERA, 27 G, 8 GS Long Relief App: 3.2, 9/2 at CWS IR-RS: 8-4 vs. RH:.326 (57-175), 7-HR On Wed vs. MIN, allowed an inherited runner to score on and RBI double by Robbie Grossman went IBB, FC, flyout to end the 7th inning. Returned to the bullpen following the reinstatement of RH Matt Andriese from the 60-day DL pitched to a 4.19 ERA (43-IP, 20-ER) and.245 opp avg. in 8 starts this season; in comparison, has a 6.27 ERA (33-IP, 23-ER) and opponents are batting.345/.386/.486 in his 19 relief apps. Has 7 wins, tied for most among AL rookies has 5 wins in relief only two rookies in club history ever had more: Lance Carter (7) in 2003 and Victor Zambrano (6) in 2001 recalled on July 28 for his third stint in the majors this season (also Opening Day May 9 and May 31 June 27).
5 #52 CHAZ ROE, RH Last App: 9/8 at BOS (1.0-IP, 1-H, 0-R, 1-BB, 1-SO) Saves-Opps: -- vs. LH:.286 (2-7) 2017: 0-0-0, 4.50 ERA, 5 G Long Relief App: 1.0, 4x-last 9/8 at BOS IR-RS: 4-2 vs. RH:.222 (2-9) Yesterday at BOS, entered with 2-on, 0-out in the 4th and allowed both inherited runners to score ended the inning with a GIDP and strikeout. Selected from Durham on Sep 5 and became the 53rd player used by the Rays this season, a club record (52, 2000) missed most of the first half with a right lat strain and was acquired from Atlanta on July 18 for cash had a 3.00 ERA (21-IP, 7-ER) and 35 SO to 5 BB in 17 apps with Durham. Is 7-2 with a 4.08 ERA (99.1-IP, 45-ER) in 95 career major league apps with the D-backs (2013), Yankees (2014), Orioles ( ), Braves ( ) and Rays (2017) was a first round selection (32nd overall) of the 2005 June Draft by the Rockies his great uncle is HOF Bill Mazeroski. #54 SERGIO ROMO, RH Last App: 9/6 vs. MIN (1.2-IP, 1-H, 0-R, 1-BB, 3-SO) Saves-Opps: 0-1 vs. LH:.250 (12-48), 2-HR 2017: 3-1-0, 4.15 ERA, 47 G Long Relief App: 2.0, 3x-last 8/25 at STL IR-RS: vs. RH:.197 (25-127), 7-HR Has a 1.99 ERA (22.2-IP, 5-ER) in 17 apps since the trade to the Rays on Wed vs. MIN, inherited 2-on, 0-out in the 5th and allowed both inherited runners to score on a 2-out, 2-run single by Eduardo Escobar got a pair of groundouts to start the 6th and was replaced following a 2-out walk. Nine times in his 17 apps with the Rays he has recorded 4 outs or more, incl. 8 apps of 1.2 IP or longer only had 1 app of 1.1 IP with LAD. Has yielded 9 HR this season, tying a career high (2014) has allowed a career-high 7 HR vs. RHB last HR was Aug 4 vs. MIL (Orlando Arcia). Is a three-time World Champion with the San Francisco Giants (2010, 2012, 2014) has gone 3-1 with a 3.09 ERA and 4 SV in postseason play. Has pitched for Mexico in the World Baseball Classic in 2013 and 2017 this spring, was 0-0 with a ERA (1.1-IP, 3-ER) in 2 WBC apps. #59 RYNE STANEK, RH Last App: 9/8 at BOS (1.0-IP, 1-H, 1-R, 1-BB, 2-SO) Saves-Opps: 0-1 vs. LH:.280 (7-25) 2017: 0-0-0, 7.20 ERA, 16 G Long Relief App: 2.0, 2x-last 8/5 vs. MIL IR-RS: 9-5 vs. RH:.385 (15-39), 6-HR Yesterday at BOS, retired his first 2 BF, then went BB, RBI double, strikeout it was his seventh straight relief app allowing a run, the longest streak by a Rays reliever since Jason Hammel (7) in 2008 the club record for most consecutive relief apps allowing a run is 9, by Travis Harper in According to Statcast, his avg. fastball velocity is 98.1 mph, incl. 14 pitches of 100 mph or more, most by a Ray since Fernando Rodney in 2013 (23). Recalled from Triple-A Durham on Sep 1 to begin his third stint with the Rays (May 14 June 10 and Aug 1-8) went 3-0 with a 1.21 ERA (44.2-IP, 6-ER) in 37 apps with Durham, and 20 of his last 21 apps spanning two stints there were scoreless, dating back to June 20 vs. Norfolk (Orioles). #47 CHASE WHITLEY, RH Last App: 9/8 at BOS (1.0-IP, 0-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 0-SO) Saves-Opps: 2-3 vs. LH:.225 (18-80), 2-HR 2017: 2-1-2, 3.21 ERA, 36 G Long Relief App: 3.0, 4x-last 7/31 at HOU IR-RS: 25-3 vs. RH:.177 (20-113), 2-HR Yesterday at BOS, had a perfect 8th inning on Sun at CWS, retired all 4 BF via the strikeout, his most since Oct 2, 2016 at TEX (4, as starter). Recalled from Durham on Sep 3 for his third stint (also April 16 July 31 and Aug 15-23) combined for 5 apps (2 starts) this season with Durham. Has only allowed 12.0 pct. of inherited runners to score, tied for the lowest rate among AL relievers and T-3rd among ML relievers (min. 20 IR). Has gone with a 3.06 ERA (67.2-IP, 23-ER) in 41 apps (1 start) with TB since returning from Tommy John surgery on Sep 11, 2016 at NYY. Has made 11 relief apps this season of at least 2 IP, eight of them scoreless has also made 4 relief apps of at least 3 IP (last July 31 at HOU). Aug 8 Placed RH Alex Cobb (turf toe on right big toe) on the 10-day DL, retroactive to Aug 6; recalled LH Blake Snell from Durham. Aug 9 Optioned RH Ryne Stanek to Durham; reinstated RH Jake Odorizzi (lower back strain) from the 10-day DL. Aug 14 Optioned LH José Alvarado to Durham; recalled RH Chase Whitley from Durham. Aug 18 Optioned OF Mallex Smith to Durham; reinstated OF Kevin Kiermaier (right hip fracture) from the 60-day DL. Aug 19 Claimed OF César Puello off waivers from the Los Angeles Angels. Aug 20 Placed RH Jake Faria (left abdominal strain) on the 10-day DL, retroactive to Aug 17; added OF César Puello to the active roster Aug 23 Designated INF Trevor Plouffe for assignment; recalled RH Andrew Kittredge from Durham. Aug 24 Optioned RH Chase Whitley and RH Andrew Kittredge to Durham; reinstated RH Alex Cobb (turf toe on right big toe) from the 10-day DL; recalled RH Chih-Wei Hu from Durham. RECENT TRANSACTIONS W-L BY POSITION (STARTS) W-L BY BATTING ORDER (STARTS) C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF DH 1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH 6TH 7TH 8TH 9TH Beckham Bourjos Dickerson Duda Espinosa Featherston Hechavarria Kiermaier Longoria Martínez Miller Morrison Norris Peterson Plouffe Puello Ramos Rasmus Robertson Smith Souza Jr Sucre Weeks Jr RAYS HITTERS vs. RED SOX 2017 CAREER PLAYER G AB H HR RBI BB SO AVG OBP G AB H HR RBI BB SO AVG OBP Bourjos Casali Dickerson Duda Espinosa Hechavarria Kiermaier Longoria Miller Morrison Plouffe Puello Ramos Smith Souza Jr Sucre RAYS PITCHERS vs. RED SOX 2017 CAREER PLAYER W L Sv IP H ER SO ERA AVG W L Sv IP H ER SO ERA AVG Alvarado Andriese Archer Boxberger Cishek Cobb Colomé Hunter Jennings Kittredge Odorizzi Pruitt Roe Romo Snell Stanek Whitley Aug 25 Aug 28 Sep 1 Sep 2 Sep 3 Sep 4 Sep 5 Optioned INF Daniel Robertson to Durham; signed INF Danny Espinosa to a major league contract. Optioned RH Chih-Wei Hu to Durham; designated INF Taylor Featherston for assignment; reinstated RH Matt Andriese (right hip stress reaction) from the 60-day DL. Recalled C Curt Casali, LH Adam Kolarek and RH Ryne Stanek from Durham. Added RH Andrew Kittredge and RH Chase Whitley to the taxi squad. Recalled RH Andrew Kittredge and RH Chase Whitley from Durham. Designated INF Adam Kolarek for assignment; selected INF Trevor Plouffe from Durham. Recalled LH José Alvarado and OF Mallex Smith from Durham; recalled RH Taylor Guerrieri (right elbow strain) from Durham and placed him on the 60-day DL; selected RH Chaz Roe from Durham.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2017 at NEW YORK YANKEES RH Matt Andriese (5-4, 4.44) vs. RH Luis Severino (13-6, 3.03) First Pitch: 7:05 p.m. Location: Yankee Stadium, Bronx, N.Y. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio: WDAE
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2017 at NEW YORK YANKEES LH Blake Snell (4-6, 4.01) vs. LH Jordan Montgomery (8-7, 4.06) First Pitch: 7:05 p.m. Location: Yankee Stadium, Bronx, N.Y. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio: WDAE
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2017 vs. NEW YORK YANKEES RH Chris Archer (9-9, 4.00) vs. LH Jaime García (1-2, 4.88) First Pitch: 1:10 p.m. Location: Citi Field, New York, N.Y. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio: WDAE
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 2017 at TORONTO BLUE JAYS RH Jake Faria (5-3, 3.19) vs. RH Marcus Stroman (10-6, 3.00) First Pitch: 7:07 p.m. Location: Rogers Centre, Toronto, Ont.. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio: WDAE
SUNDAY, MAY 14, 2017 at BOSTON RED SOX RH Matt Andriese (2-1, 3.12) vs. LH Drew Pomeranz (3-2, 5.23) First Pitch: 1:35 p.m. Location: Fenway Park, Boston, Mass. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio: WDAE 620 AM, Radio
THURSDAY, MAY 25, 2017 vs. LOS ANGELES ANGELS RH Matt Andriese (4-1, 3.75) vs. RH Daniel Wright (0-0, 5.54) First Pitch: 1:10 p.m. Location: Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Fla. TV: None Radio: WDAE 620
WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 2017 vs. BALTIMORE ORIOLES RH Alex Cobb (8-6, 3.57) vs. RH Ubaldo Jiménez (4-6, 7.19) First Pitch: 12:10 p.m. Location: Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Fla. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio:
SUNDAY, JUNE 4, 2017 at SEATTLE MARINERS RH Erasmo Ramirez (3-0, 3.66) vs. LH Ariel Miranda (4-2, 4.22) First Pitch: 4:10 p.m. ET Location: Safeco Field, Seattle, Wash. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio: WDAE 620
FRIDAY, JULY 14, 2017 at LOS ANGELES ANGELS RH Jake Faria (4-0, 2.11) vs. RH Ricky Nolasco (4-10, 5.06) First Pitch: 10:07 p.m. ET Location: Angel Stadium, Anaheim, Calif. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio: WDAE
SATURDAY, MAY 20, 2017 vs. NEW YORK YANKEES RH Matt Andriese (3-1, 3.18) vs. RH Masahiro Tanaka (5-2, 5.80) First Pitch: 4:10 p.m. Location: Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Fla. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio:
FRIDAY, MAY 19, 2017 vs. NEW YORK YANKEES RH Erasmo Ramirez (2-0, 2.92) vs. RH Luis Severino (2-2, 3.86) First Pitch: 7:10 p.m. Location: Tropicana Field, Cleveland, Ohio TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio: WDAE
WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 2017 vs. KANSAS CITY ROYALS RH Chris Archer (2-1, 3.57) vs. RH Jason Hammel (1-3, 5.53) First Pitch: 7:10 p.m. Location: Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Fla. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio:
THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2017 AT NEW YORK YANKEES RH Matt Andriese (0-0, 9.00) vs. RH Luis Severino (0-0, 7.20) First Pitch: 7:05 p.m. Location: Yankee Stadium, Bronx, N.Y. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio: WDAE 620
2016 SAN DIEGO PADRES ADDITIONAL PLAYER BIOS 56 - carter capps - rhp 55 - Jarred cosart - rhp 47 - Paul Clemens - RHP 53 - Christian Friedrich - LHP 52 - Brad Hand - LHP 33 - edwin jackson - rhp 50 - Erik
FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 2016 vs. SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS RH Chris Archer (4-8, 4.61) vs. RH Jeff Samardzija (7-4, 3.36) First Pitch: 7:10 p.m. Location: Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Fla. TV: Sun Sports Radio:
SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 2016 at NEW YORK YANKEES RH Matt Andriese (6-3, 2.90) vs. RH Masahiro Tanaka (8-4, 3.32) First Pitch: 1:07 p.m. Location: Yankee Stadium, Bronx, N.Y. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio: WDAE
New York Yankees (34-31) 6, Seattle Mariners (34-32) 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E NY Yankees 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 6 10 1 Seattle 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 7 0 NY Yankees AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO PO A Gardner,
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2015 vs. TORONTO BLUE JAYS RH Erasmo Ramirez (11-6, 3.65) vs. LH Mark Buehrle (14-7, 3.76) First Pitch: 7:10 p.m. Location: Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Fla. TV: Sun Sports Radio:
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2015 at TORONTO BLUE JAYS RH Matt Andriese (3-5, 4.37) vs. LH Mark Buehrle (14-7, 3.69) First Pitch: 1:07 p.m. Location: Rogers Centre, Toronto, Ont. TV: Sun Sports Radio: 1250 AM,
Minor League Report June 29, 2017 Organizational Record: 197-131 (.601) SCRANTON/WILKES- BARRE RAILRIDERS DOUBLE HEADER: W, 7-6 W, 3-1 VS. SYRACUSE WP: C. Smith (7-0) LP: S. Solis (0-1) SV: J. Feyereisen
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 2016 vs. TORONTO BLUE JAYS LH Matt Moore (3-4, 5.43 in 2015) vs. LH J.A. Happ (11-8, 3.61 in 2015) First Pitch: 1:10 p.m. Location: Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Fla. TV: Fox Sports
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2015 at NEW YORK YANKEES RH Jake Odorizzi (6-7, 3.18) vs. RH Luis Severino (2-2, 2.17) First Pitch: 7:05 p.m. ET Location: Yankee Stadium, Bronx, N.Y. TV: Sun Sports Radio: WDAE 620
SUNDAY, AUGUST 14, 2016 at NEW YORK YANKEES RH Jake Odorizzi (6-5, 3.69) vs. RH Luis Severino (1-7, 6.42) First Pitch: 1:05 p.m. Location: Yankee Stadium, Bronx, N.Y. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio: WDAE 620
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2016 vs. CHICAGO WHITE SOX LH Blake Snell (6-8, 3.65) vs. RH Miguel Gonzalez (4-7, 3.83) First Pitch: 8:10 p.m. ET Location: U.S. Cellular Field, Chicago, Ill. TV: Fox Sports Sun
Seattle Mariners (42-36) 8, Boston Red Sox (35-43) 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E Boston 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 8 1 Seattle 2 1 0 0 4 0 0 1 x 8 10 0 Boston AVG AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO PO A Holt, RF.320 5 1 2
MONDAY, JULY 6, 2015 at KANSAS CITY ROYALS RH Alex Colome (3-4, 4.70) vs. RH Edinson Volquez (8-4, 3.48) First Pitch: 7:10 p.m. Location: Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City, MO TV: Sun Sports Radio: WDAE 620
WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 2015 vs. DETROIT TIGERS RH Chris Archer (9-7, 2.67) vs. RH Justin Verlander (0-3, 5.57) First Pitch: 12:10 p.m. Location: Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Fla. TV: No TV Radio: WDAE
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
BALTIMORE ORIOLES GAME NOTES Oriole Park at Camden Yards 333 West Camden Street Baltimore, MD 21201 Thursday, September 21, 2017 Game #154 Home Game #78 Baltimore Orioles (73-80) vs. Tampa Bay Rays (74-78)
SATURDAY, JULY 23, 2016 at OAKLAND A S LH Drew Smyly (2-11, 5.64) vs. RH Kendall Graveman (6-6, 4.25) First Pitch: 9:05 p.m. Location: Oakland Colisuem, Oakland, Calif. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio: WDAE 620
THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 2016 vs. CLEVELAND INDIANS RH Chris Archer (0-2, 7.20) vs. RH Danny Salazar (1-0, 1.69) First Pitch: 1:10 p.m. Location: Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Fla. TV: None Radio: WDAE 620
ENTER GROUP #1 HR'S HR's Here 1 MARK TRUMBO BAL 23 72 JAKE LAMB ARZ 30 2 NOLAN ARENADO COL 37 13 PAUL GOLDSCHMIDT ARZ 36 3 CHRIS DAVIS BAL 26 41 YASMANY TOMAS ARZ 8 4 MANNY MACHADO BAL 33 19 FREDDIE FREEMAN
Minor League Report August 28, 2015 Organizational Record: 392-371 (.514) SCRANTON/WILKES- BARRE RAILRIDERS DOUBLEHEADER: W, 5-0 / L, 6-1 VS. LEHIGH VALLEY WP: C. Hebert (2-0) LP: J. Biddle (2-4) SV: --
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2016 SAN DIEGO PADRES ADDITIONAL PLAYER BIOS 34 - Oswaldo Arcia - OF 56 - carter capps - rhp 47 - Paul Clemens - RHP 55 - Jarred cosart - rhp 53 - Christian Friedrich - LHP 52 - Brad Hand - LHP 54 - Keith
2 016 LOS A N G E L E S D O D G E R S MATHLETICS 6-8th GRADE WORKBOOK CLAYTON KERSHAW 2 2 P I T C H E R HEIGHT: 6 3 WEIGHT: 220 BATS: LEFT THROWS: LEFT BORN: 3/19/1988 MLB DEBUT: 5/25/2008 The Los Angeles
Minor League Report June 2, 2017 Organizational Record: 117-92 (.560) SCRANTON/WILKES- BARRE RAILRIDERS YESTERDAY: L, 6-3 VS. COLUMBUS WP: R. Merritt (5-5) LP: J. Feyereisen (0-1) SV: J. Martin (3) RECORD:
LOS ANGELES DODGERS (2-2) at Arizona Diamondbacks (2-1) LHP Hyun-Jin Ryu (5-9, 3.77 in 17) vs. RHP Taijuan Walker (9-9, 3.49 in 17) Monday, April 2, 2018 6:40 p.m. Chase Field Phoenix, AZ Game 5 Road Game
FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 2014 vs. NEW YORK YANKEES LH Erik Bedard (0-0, 0.00) vs. RH Hiroki Kuroda (2-1, 3.86) First Pitch: 7:10 p.m. Location: Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Fla. TV: Sun Sports Radio: WDAE
CUBS VS. BREWERS The Cubs and Brewers play 19 games spanning six series, starting with this four-game set at Miller Park the teams will play a four-game series at Wrigley Field, April 26-29 the Cubs have
LOS ANGELES DODGERS (2-3) at Arizona Diamondbacks (3-1) LHP Clayton Kershaw (0-1, 1.50) vs. RHP Zack Godley (8-9, 3.37 in 17) Tuesday, April 3, 2018 6:40 p.m. Chase Field Phoenix, AZ Game 6 Road Game 2
Minor League Report August 11, 2016 Organizational Record: 404-340 (.543) SCRANTON/WILKES- BARRE RAILRIDERS YESTERDAY: W, 10-0 VS. LEHIGH VALLEY WP: D. Enns (6-2) LP: D. Buchanan (8-7) SV: None RECORD:
CUBS VS. CARDINALS The Cubs and Cardinals play 19 games spanning six series following this threegame set at Wrigley Field, the teams will meet at Busch Stadium for three games both May 4-6 and June 15-17
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SPRINGFIELD CARDINALS MEDIA NOTES GAME # 70 HOME GAME # 34 AWAY GAME # 36 MONDAY, JUNE 22, 2015 7:10PM SPRINGFIELD CARDINALS (30-39) VS. TULSA DRILLERS (29-39) St. Louis Cardinals Los Angeles Dodgers Today
WASHINGTON NATIONALS (2-1) vs. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (1-2) Friday, April 7, 2017 Citizens Bank Park 3:05 p.m. EDT Game 4; Home 1 RHP Max Scherzer (NR) vs. RHP Vince Velasquez (NR) YESTERDAY S ACTION: The
CUBS VS. METS The Cubs and Mets play six games, spanning two series, this season after this week, the Cubs and Mets do not play again until three months from today, when they play a threegame set at Wrigley
ABOUT THE A S: The A s have lost each of their last two games after winning five straight the losing streak has dropped the A s back to the.500 mark for the seventh time this year are 10-10 after 20 games
LOS ANGELES DODGERS (104-58) at Houston Astros (101-61) LHP Clayton Kershaw (3-0, 2.96) vs. LHP Dallas Keuchel (2-2, 3.00) Sunday, October 29, 2017 7:20 p.m. CT Minute Maid Park Houston, TX World Series
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SPLITSVILLE: The Dodgers today finish out their three-day, fourgame series with the Giants looking for a split after dropping two of the first three contests on this season-long 1-day, 11-game road trip
Chicago Cubs (37-36) vs. Miami Marlins (33-39) June 24, 2017 Marlins Park Game No. 74 Road Game No. 36 LHP Jon Lester (4-4, 3.83) vs. LHP Justin Nicolino (0-1, 5.06) CUBS VS. MARLINS The Cubs and Marlins
LOS ANGELES DODGERS (80-61) at Miami Marlins (70-72) RHP Kenta Maeda (14-8, 3.29) vs. RHP Jose Urena (3-6, 5.54) Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016 1:10 p.m. ET Marlins Park Miami, FL Game 142 Road Game 68 (33-34)
Friday, August 14, 2015 Game #116 (54-61) Fenway Park SEATTLE MARINERS (54-61) at BOSTON RED SOX (50-64) Road #57 (28-28) TONIGHT S GAME INFORMATION Starting Pitchers: LHP Mike Montgomery (4-4, 3.25) vs.
WELKER AT A GLANCE: A 10th-year wide receiver in his first season with Denver who is tied for the most 100-catch campaigns (5) in NFL history while tying for the most 10-catch games (18) in league annals.
Chicago Cubs (75-63) vs. Pittsburgh Pirates (67-72) September 6, 2017 PNC Park Game No. 139 Road Game No. 70 LHP José Quintana (5-3, 4.50) vs. RHP Gerrit Cole (11-9, 4.11) CUBS VS. PIRATES The Cubs and
Miami Marlins (14-27) vs. LOS ANGELES DODGERS (25-18) RHP Dan Straily (1-3, 3.56) vs. LHP Julio Urías (0-1, 3.43) Saturday, May 20, 2017 7:10 p.m. PT Dodger Stadium Los Angeles, CA Game 44 Home Game 22
COLORADO ROCKIES (37-39) vs. TORONTO BLUE JAYS (41-37) RHP Eddie Butler (2-4, 6.71) vs. LHP J.A Happ (9-3, 2.42) Game #77 / Home #37 Tuesday, June 28, 2016 HEAVEN The Colorado Rockies have won three consecutive
NEW YORK METS (4-3) vs. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (3-4) Tuesday, April 11, 2017 Citizens Bank Park 7:05 p.m. EDT Game 8; Home 5 RHP Matt Harvey (1-0, 2.70) vs. RHP Clay Buchholz (0-0, 7.20) YESTERDAY S ACTION:
OAKLAND ATHLETICS (38-24) VS. BALTIMORE ORIOLES (31-29) ABOUT THE A S: Had their five-game winning streak snapped Thursday, which was one short of tying their season-high (6, May 7- MLB BEST RECORDS SINCE
Detroit Tigers (4-2) at Los Angeles Dodgers (6-3) RHP Anibal Sanchez (0-0, 4.50) vs. RHP Josh Beckett (2014 debut) Wednesday, April 9, 2014 7:10 p.m. Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, CA Game 10 Home Game 5
LOS ANGELES DODGERS (67-52) vs. Philadelphia Phillies (56-65) RHP Ross Stripling (3-4, 4.07) vs. RHP Jerad Eickhoff (8-12, 3.82) Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016 7:05 p.m. ET Citizens Bank Park Game 120 Road Game
Monday, September 7, 2015 Game #138 (66-71) Safeco Field TEXAS RANGERS (71-64) vs. SEATTLE MARINERS (66-71) Home #66 (29-36) TODAY S GAME INFORMATION Starting Pitchers: RHP Yovani Gallardo (11-9, 3.27)
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CUBS VS. CARDINALS The Cubs and Cardinals play 19 games, spanning six series, this season this is St. Louis second visit to Wrigley as the teams split a rain-shortened two-game series at Wrigley to open
LOS ANGELES DODGERS (15-17) at San Diego Padres (11-22) RHP Kenta Maeda (2-2, 3.76) vs. RHP Bryan Mitchell (-3, 6.7) Saturday, May 5, 218 6:1 p.m CDT Estadio de Béisbol Monterrey Monterrey, Mexico Game
Detroit Tigers (4-1) at Los Angeles Dodgers (5-3) RHP Max Scherzer (0-0, 0.00) vs. RHP Dan Haren (1-0, 0.00) Tuesday, April 8, 2014 7:10 p.m. Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, CA Game 9 Home Game 4 (1-2) Night
Chicago Cubs (87-68) vs. St. Louis Cardinals (81-74) September 25, 2017 Busch Stadium Game No. 156 Road Game No. 78 LHP Jon Lester (11-8, 4.56) vs. RHP Luke Weaver (7-1, 2.05) CUBS VS. CARDINALS The Cubs
Colorado Rockies (73-80) LOS ANGELES DODGERS (87-66) RHP Jon Gray (10-8, 4.42) vs. LHP Scott Kazmir (10-6, 4.59) Friday, Sept. 23, 2016 7:20 p.m. PT Dodger Stadium Los Angeles, CA Game 154 Home Game 79
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (11-12) vs. CHICAGO CUBS (13-11) Monday, May 1, 2017 Wrigley Field 8:05 p.m. EDT Game 24; Road 13 RHP Vince Velasquez (1-2, 6.33) vs LHP Brett Anderson (2-0, 3.54) YESTERDAY S ACTION:
San Diego Padres (56-79) vs. LOS ANGELES DODGS (75-60) LHP Christian Friedrich (4-10, 4.84) vs. RHP José De León (Major League debut) Sunday, Sept. 4, 2016 1:10 p.m. PT Dodger Stadium Los Angeles, CA Game
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (24-51) vs SEATTLE MARINERS (39-39) Tuesday, June 27, 2017 Safeco Field 10:10 p.m. EDT Game 76; Road 42 RHP Aaron Nola (4-5, 4.32) vs LHP James Paxton (5-2, 3.39) YESTERDAY S ACTION:
Los Angeles Dodgers (7-4) at Arizona Diamondbacks (4-9) RHP Zack Greinke (2-, 3.27) vs. LHP Wade Miley (2-1, 4.5) Saturday, April 12, 214 5:1 p. m. Chase Field, Phoenix, AZ Game 12 Road Game 7 (5-1) Night
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (11-11) vs. LOS ANGELES DODGERS (13-12) Sunday, April 30, 2017 Dodger Stadium 4:10 p.m. EDT Game 23; Road 12 RHP Nick Pivetta (NR) vs LHP Hyun-Jin Ryu (0-4, 4.64) LAST NIGHT S ACTION: