WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2013 at NEW YORK YANKEES LH David Price (8-8, 3.43) vs. RH Phil Hughes (4-13, 5.07)

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1 WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2013 at NEW YORK YANKEES LH David Price (8-8, 3.43) vs. RH Phil Hughes (4-13, 5.07) First Pitch: 7:05 p.m. Location: Yankee Stadium, New York, N.Y. TV: Sun Sports, ESPN Radio: WDAE 620 AM, WGES 680 AM Game No.: 158 (88-69) Road Game No.: 77 (37-39) All-Time Game No.: 2,585 (1,191-1,393) All-Time Road Game No.: 1,260 ( ) April: May: June: July: 21-5 August: September: RAY MATTER The Rays are riding a 5-game winning streak, their longest since winning 6 straight surrounding the All-Star break the Rays have won 10 of their last 13 games, after winning only 4 of their previous 17 games they ve compiled a 2.67 ERA (128-IP, 38-ER) over this span compared to 4.20 during the 4-13 stretch...the Rays last 9 games have been against teams still in contention for a postseason bid...they are 7-2 so far. The Rays and Rangers (who had a 4-14 slump) are trying to join 4 other teams in the Wild Card era (1995 present) who endured 4-13 or worse slumps in the final 6 weeks and still made the postseason: 2008 Brewers, 2000 Yankees, 2000 Mariners, 1995 Yankees. MISSION OCTOBER The Rays are seeking their fourth trip to the postseason, all coming in the last 6 years if they do it, they will be one of four teams to reach the postseason four times since 2008 along with the Yankees (4, trying for 5), Cardinals (4) and Phillies (4) if they make it, it would be their second time doing so via AL Wild Card (also A.L. WILD CARD STANDINGS Tampa Bay Cleveland Texas Kansas City New York (GB of 2nd Wild Card) 2011). The Rays have spent 79 consecutive days, beginning July 8, either alone in 2nd place or in first place in the AL East and also in position to reach the postseason. MAGIC NUMBERS The Rays magic numbers (Rays wins plus opponent losses) to ensure they can t be caught by other Wild Card contenders are as follows: KC-1, TEX-4, CLE-5 so with a win today, the Rays could ensure they will finish ahead of Kansas City. GET INTO THE 90s With 5 games remaining, the Rays are only 2 wins shy of reaching 90 wins for a 4th consecutive season and if they do so, they have a good chance of owning the longest active streak in the majors the Rangers would need to win 4 of their last 5 games to win 90 for a 4th straight season Rays also could record their 5th 90-win season since 2008, which would be most in the majors since then. DOWN THE STRETCH THEY COME The Rays went 12-2 in the season s final weeks last year in in in 2009 and 9-5 in WELL, THAT WAS DIFFERENT The Rays 7-0 shutout last night was indeed unique...matt Moore became just the 2nd pitcher since 1916 to walk 6 batters, throw 3 wild pitches and not allow a run the only other time it has happened was on May 2, 1992 when TEX Roger Pavlik beat the White Sox, 4-2 Pavlik worked 6 innings, walked 6 and allowed one hit before leaving with a 1-0 lead therefore, it can be said that before last night there has never been a shutout in which the starting pitcher walked 6 or more and threw 3 or more wild pitches since MOORE ONE OF FOUR Matt Moore ran his record to 16-4 last night...he could finish the season one of just 4 lefties in the 2000s to finish the season with an.800 winning pct and win 15 or more games...only one other Rays pitcher has ever won 16 or more of his first 20 decisions of a season: David Price in 2012 (also 16)...with his three wild pitches last night, Matt Moore set a club record for most WPs in a season with 17, surpassing the mark of 15 held by Victor Zambrano in 2003 he tied ARI Trevor Cahill for the majors league lead Moore earned his 16th win last night, 2nd among AL lefties behind LAA C.J. Wilson (17) the last two pitchers with 16 or more wins and more wild pitches than wins were OAK Mike Moore (17, 22) in 1992 and TEX Nolan Ryan (16, 19) in RAYS SET CLUB SHUTOUT MARK The Rays 7-0 shutout win last night was their club record 16th of the season surpassing the club mark of 15 set last year the Rays are the first AL team to record at least 15 shutouts in consecutive years since the A s, who won the AL pennant each year last night was also the 7th of Moore starts to result in a shuotut (he recorded the win in 5 of them) only LAD Clayton Kershaw (8) has more. AND TIE TWO OTHERS Last night was the 38th time the Rays have held an opponent to 1 run or less, most in the AL, and matching last year s club record the Rays have also held opponents to 5 hits or less 45 times, most in the majors and 15 more than any other AL team (Indians, 30) in fact this is the most such games by any AL team since 1973, matching only the 2012 Rays. AND THERE S MORE The Rays lowered their opponents batting average to an AL best.239 following last night s 7-0 win... if they hold their lead it will be the 4th straight season they ve led the AL in opp avg. the last team to lead the AL in opp avg. for 4 straight seasons was the Tigers RAYS AFTER 157 GAMES Year W-L Pct. Pos GB from during this span ( ) the Rays combined.236 opp avg. leads the majors. ROSTER EXPANSION The Rays active roster stands at 37 players, tied with Cleveland and Baltimore for largest in the majors, according to the Elias Sports Bureau 40 players have appeared in a game for the Rays this season, one more than the Reds and Tigers for fewest in majors the Brewers have also used 40 they have not yet used RH Jesse Crain or LH Jeff Beliveau. Joe Maddon has made 40 pitching changes over the last 8 G (5.0 per game) the bullpen is 4-0 with a 1.64 ERA (44-IP, 29-H, 8-ER). RAYS vs. YANKEES Last night the Rays clinched the season series, their fourth time winning the season series vs. New York (10-8 in both 2012 and 2010; 11-8 in 2005) they lead this season, 10 games to 7 (5-4 at home, 5-3 in New York) if they win one of the next two games they will tie 2005 for their best mark ever against vs. NYY Rays have won 6 of their last 8 meetings with New York. The Rays own a 3.15 ERA (154.1-IP, 54-ER) and.218 opponents batting avg. vs. the Yankees this season that ERA currently ranks as the lowest against the Yankees (min 10 games) since the 1997 Blue Jays (2.89) the last team to hold the Yankees to a team batting average that low was the 1992 Blue Jays (.214). The Rays have outhomered the Yankees this season, 22-8 since 2000, only two other teams have outhomered the Yankees by such a wide margin: the 2013 Red Sox (24-9) and the 2010 Blue Jays (33-18) since the start of 2011, the Rays have outhomered the Yankees, WIL POWER The Rays are (.591) since OF Wil Myers was called up June 18, compared to (.522) prior to that since his call-up, Myers leads the Rays with 51 RBI (13 more than next closest, James Loney), 44 runs scored, 89 hits, 19 doubles, a.293 avg. and.478 SLG his 13 HR rank 2nd to Evan Longoria (15). Myers is one of 8 visiting rookies to hit 3 or more home runs at Yankee Stadium (new or old), first since CWS Chris Singleton in 1999 if he homers again in this series, he can join OAK Reggie Jackson (1968) as the only players to hit 4 HR as a visitor at Yankee Stadium in their rookie season. WIL ISN T THE ONLY ROOKIE CONTRBUTING The Rays have used 5 rookie pitchers this season (Jake Odorizzi, Chris Archer, Alex Torres, Enny Romero and Alex Colome)...they are a combined with 2 saves and a 2.75 ERA (232.1-IP, 175-H, 71-ER) and have held opponents to a.209 average ( ). DEFENSIVE WIZARDRY The Rays have committed only 56 errors, 2nd fewest in the majors behind the Orioles (48) both the Rays and Orioles should break the 2003 Mariners mark for fewest errors in a 162-game season (65) Yunel Escobar leads all major league SS in fielding pct. and Evan Longoria leads AL 3B Rays infielders have made only 34 errors, fewest in the majors and one off the major league record of 33 held by the 1999 Mets...the 11 errors made by SS Yunel Escobar (7) and 2B Ben Zobrist (4) have been bettered only twice by a double- play combination: 2010 Yankees 9 (2B- Robinson Cano-3, SS Derek Jeter-6) and 1999 Mets 9 (2B Edgardo Alfonzo-5, SS Rey Ordonez-4) THE ROAD IS A LONEY PLACE James Loney leads the majors with a.349 batting avg. on the road (89-for-255) DET Miguel Cabrera (.330) and LAA Mike Trout (.328) rank 2nd and 3rd the club record is.342 by Carl Crawford in 2007 an AL player hasn t finished a season with a road avg. this high since 2006, when NYY Robinson Cano (.351) and MIN Joe Mauer (.359) both did it...loney is hiting.394 at Yankee Stadium this season, 2nd among visiting players (min 20 PAs) trailing only Jose Iglesias (.515). Upcoming Games Opp. Time TV Rays Starting Pitcher Opp. Starting Pitcher Thurs., Sep 7:05 p.m. Sun Sports RH Alex Cobb (10-3, 2.90) RH Ivan Nova (9-5, 3.13) **All games broadcast on WDAE 620 AM; Sat and Sun games will be broadcast in Spanish on WGES 680 AM. All times Eastern Standard Time (EST).**

2 TONIGHT S STARTER LH DAVID PRICE (8-8, 3.43) YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO IP H R ER BB SO HR Avg Tampa Bay Tampa Bay Career Majors ON THE ROAD AGAIN Turned 28 years old on Aug 26 makes his 26th start of the year, 14th on the road is 6-3 with a 3.26 ERA (88.1-IP, 32-ER) in 13 road starts compared to 2-5 with a 3.61 ERA (82.1-IP, 33- ER) over at home however, the Rays have lost his last 3 road starts. LAST START On Fri vs. BAL, pitched 5 innings in the Rays epic 18-inning victory that set records for longest game in club history by time (6:54) and innings Price s line: 5 IP, 9 H, 2 R/ER, 1 BB, 4 SO, 90/58 allowed a base runner in each of his innings pitched (1st-6th). NOT AFRAID OF THE BEAST His (.731) lifetime record vs. the AL East currently ranks 1st since divisional play began in 1969 (min. 25 wins) his career 2.97 ERA (476-IP, 157-ER) vs. the AL East ranks 2nd all-time (min. 30 starts) behind only Jim Palmer (2.75). RIGHT THE SHIP Is winless in 5 starts since his victory Aug 24 vs. NYY the offense has only scored 11 total runs with him in the game over the 5 starts has lost his last 3 decisions, tied for the longest losing streak of his career (also July 20-Aug 2, 2011). SEPTEMBER STRUGGLES In 4 starts this month, has allowed 34 batters to reach safely (29-H, 5-BB) in 26.1 IP over his last 2 starts, has only had 1 perfect inning in 17 opportunities. TALE OF TWO SEPTEMBERS In 2012, he went 4-0 with a 2.68 ERA (37-IP, 11-ER) and the Rays won all 5 of his September starts so far this September, he is 0-2 with a 4.10 ERA (26.1-IP, 12-ER) and the Rays have lost 3 of his 4 September starts. STRIKEOUT-TO-WALK Leads the AL with a 5.35 strikeout-to-walk ratio (139-SO, 26-BB), 4th in the majors to PHI Cliff Lee (6.53), STL Adam Wainwright (6.29) and NYM Matt Harvey (6.16) this would be the 7thhighest rate by a LH pitcher in American League history behind only SEA/TEX Cliff Lee in 2010 (10.28), CLE CC Sabathia in 2007 (5.65), NYY David Wells in 1998 (5.62) and CLE Greg Swindell in 1991 (5.45), MIN Jim Merritt in 1967 (5.37) and TOR David Wells in 2000 (5.35) GAME LOG GAME DEC ERA IP H R ER BB SO HR HB WP P/K FINAL OPP. LEFT 4/2 vs. BAL /68 L, 4-7 Hammel up, 3-2 4/7 vs. CLE L * 3* /61 L, 0-13 Masterson down, 0-8 4/13 at BOS /69 L, 1-2 Lester tied, 1-1 4/18 at BAL /60 L, 6-10 Gonzalez up, 5-4 4/23 vs. NYY L /71 L, 3-4 Hughes tied, 2-2 4/28 at CWS W */69 W, 8-3 Axelrod tied, 3-3 APRIL /4 at COL L * 4 3* 5 2 1* 0 104/68 L, 3-9 Garland down, 3-9 5/9 vs. TOR * 1* 117/82 W, 5-4 Dickey tied, 4-4 5/15 vs. BOS L /37 L, 2-9 Lester down, 0-2 MAY /2 at HOU W * /48 W, 8-0 Bedard up, 5-0 7/7 vs. CWS W ^ /72 W, 3-1 Danks -- 7/12 vs. HOU L ^ /70 L, 1-2 Cosart -- 7/19 at TOR W * /68 W, 8-5 Cecil up, 5-4 7/24 at BOS W ^ /72 W, 5-1 Doubront up, 5-1 7/29 at BOS W /67 W, 2-1 Doubront up, 2-1 JULY /3 vs. SF ^ /76 W, 2-1 Lincecum tied, 1-1 8/9 at LAD /63 L, 6-7 Capuano up, 6-1 8/14 vs. SEA /85 W, 5-4 Harang down, 3-4 8/19 at BAL W /67 W, 4-3 Tillman up, 4-2 8/24 vs. NYY W /66 W, 4-2 Sabathia up, 4-2 8/30 at OAK L /75 L, 3-4 Parker tied, 3-3 AUGUST /5 at LAA L * /75 L, 2-6 Williams down, 2-6 9/10 vs. BOS L /92 L, 0-2 Buchholz down, 0-2 9/15 at MIN * /61 L, 4-6 Hernandez up, 3-0 9/20 vs. BAL /58 W, 5-4 Hammel up, 3-1 SEPTEMBER *SEASON HIGH; ^CAREER HIGH NO LONGBALLS Has only allowed 1 HR since the start of August, a span of 10 starts and 67.1 IP his only longball allowed in that span was a 3-R HR to Kurt Suzuki in the 5th inning on Aug 30 at OAK, snapping his homerless innings streak at 39.2 IP, the 2nd-longest streak of his career has a current streak of 28.1 homerless innings pitched 13 of his 15 HR allowed this year have been hit by RH batters. ACE IS BACK Spent 47 days (May 16-July 1) on the DL with a triceps strain that he suffered on May 15 vs. BOS since his return on July 2, he is 7-4 with a 2.57 ERA (115.2-IP, 33-ER) and 90 SO in 16 starts has only issued 12 BB out of 442 batters faced in that span (1-BB/36.8-BF). SINCE HIS RETURN Since the beginning of July, leads the majors in innings pitched (115.2) and pitches per inning (13.8) and among AL pitchers ranks 4th in ERA (2.57). BETTER WITH PRICE During his absence (May 16-July 1), the Rays went (.545) while the starters went with a 4.49 ERA since he returned on July 2, the Rays have gone (.595) while the starters have gone with a 3.34 ERA. PRE-DL TOTALS: 9 starts, 1-4, 5.24 ERA, 55 IP, 65 H, 39 R, 32 ER, 14 BB, 49 SO, 8 HR,.294/.340/.471. POST-DL TOTALS: 16 starts, 7-4, 2.56 ERA, IP, 100 H, 35 R, 33 ER, 12 BB, 90 SO, 7 HR,.234/.256/.335. PITCHING DEEPER The Rays are 9-6 when he pitches at least 7 innings this year and 3-7 when he doesn t however, the Rays have lost 4 of his last 5 starts of 7 IP or more has pitched at least 7 innings in 12 of his 16 starts since returning from the DL has also thrown 8 or more innings more times this season (7) than he did during his Cy Young season last year (5). NINE STARTS OF 0 BB: Has 9 starts with no walks this year, tied for the most by a Rays starter in a single season with James Shields who did it in 2007 and SPLITS vs. LH:.189 (28-148), 2-HR vs. RH:.274 ( ), 13-HR Home: 2-5, 3.61 ERA (82.1-IP, 33-ER) Road: 6-3, 3.26 ERA (88.1-IP, 32-ER) PRICE vs. YANKEES CAREER Is 8-4 with a 3.70 ERA in 20 career apps (19 starts) vs. NYY. AT NYY Is 4-2 with a 4.28 ERA in 9 starts at new Yankee Stadium...has not pitched here since Sep 14, 2012 when he picked up win No. 18 en route to his Cy Young award. LAST START On Aug 24 vs. NYY, earned his 8th win in a 4-2 victory opposite CC Sabathia his line: 6 IP, 5 H, 2 R/ER, 1 BB, 5 SO, 101/66 faced CC Sabathia for the 9th time, first this season the Rays have now won 8 of 9 while Price is 6-1 with a 2.68 ERA (59.2-IP, 16-ER) in those games nine of his 19 career starts vs. NYY have come vs. Sabathia. TOMORROW S STARTER RH ALEX COBB (10-3, 2.90) ALEXANDER MILLER COBB The 25-year-old will make his 22nd start of the year, 9th on the road is 7-0 with a 2.81 ERA (83.1-IP, 26- ER) in 13 starts at home compared to 3-3 with a 3.06 ERA (53-IP, 18- ER) on the road has received a run support average of 5.72 R/9 IP (83.1-IP, 53-RS) at home vs R/9 IP (53-IP, 19-RS) on the road. LAST START On Sat vs. BAL, struck out 12 and allowed just 1 run on 5 hits in 8.1 IP in a 5-1 victory...nearly had a shutout but David DeJesus lost a fly ball from Chris Davis in the Tropicana Field roof/lights and Davis was awarded a triple before scoring on an Adam Jones single in the next at-bat...cobb s line: 8.1 IP, 5 H, 1 R/ER, 2 BB, 12 SO, 117/76...the 12 SO were 1 shy of his season high (13 in 4.2 IP on May 10 vs. SD)...tied a season high with 8.1 IP and set a new career high with 117 pitches. Two-time AL Manager of the Year (2008, 2011) enters his 8th season as Rays skipper owns a career (.521) record with the Rays: (.392) in his first two seasons ( ) and (.565) since the start of 2008 the Rays were (.401) prior to his arrival. #70 JOE MADDON, MANAGER PUNCHOUTS Has had double-digit strikeouts in each of his last 2 starts, making him the 4th pitcher in Rays history with 10+ SO in consecutive starts the last time was coinciding streaks by James Shields (3G, July 20-31, 2012) and David Price (2G, July 25-30, 2012). AGAINST THE BEST Is 5-1 with a 1.82 ERA (59.1-IP, 44-H, 13-R, 12- ER, 17-BB, 52-SO) in 8 starts this year against 2012 postseason teams (BAL, DET, NYY, OAK, TEX) the Rays have won 6 of the 8 games. vs. NYY Is 3-1 with a 2.34 ERA (42.1-IP, 11-ER) in 6 career starts vs. the Yankees including 2-0 with a 1.61 ERA (22.1-IP, 4-ER) in 3 starts against them this year...has only made 1 career start at Yankee Stadium, taking the loss on June 6, 2012 despite pitching 7 innings...his line: 7 IP, 5 H, 4 R/ER, 1 BB, 4 SO, 2 HR, 105/68. Has four ejections this season and 31 as a Ray, a club record. Signed a 3-year contract extension on Feb 15, 2012 that runs through 2015 at that time, he will be the longest tenured manager/head coach in Tampa Bay sports history, surpassing the Bucs John McKay ( ).

3 RAYS HITTER NOTES #29 TIM BECKHAM, INF Tue: DNP BAL Series: 1-5, RBI, R Stand: 2-6, RBI, R vs. LH:.333 (1-3) 2013:.333/.286/.333, 0-HR, 1-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 1G (.500, 1-2) RISP:.000 (0-1) vs. RH:.333 (1-3) Made his first career start on Mon vs. BAL and recorded his first career RBI with a sacrifice fly in the 2nd. Entered the game Fri vs. BAL as a pinch-hitter in the 14th and took over at 2B, his first professional app at 2B since May 18 vs. Norfolk. Made his major league debut Thu vs. TEX and singled in his first PA (8th inning), the first Ray to get a hit in his first career PA since Robinson Chirinos on July 18, 2011 vs. NYY and the first position player selected No. 1 overall to do so since HOU Phil Nevin on June 11, 1995 vs. CIN. Was recalled from Triple-A Durham on Sep 18 hit.291 (44-for-151) with a.371 OBP after the All-Star break with the Bulls, drawing 18 BB with only 29 SO hit.290 (9-for-31) with a.353 OBP in the postseason as the Bulls won the Governors Cup hit.276 with a.342 OBP overall this season. #7 DAVID DEJESUS, OF Tue: 2-5, 2-2B, 2-RBI, R BAL Series: 5-16, 2B, HR, 3-RBI Stand: 7-26, 2-2B, HR, 4-RBI vs. LH:.135 (7-52) 2013:.253/.331/.398, 7-HR, 35-RBI, 5-SB Current Hitting Streak: 1G (.400, 2-5) RISP:.270 (20-74) vs. RH:.272 (87-320), 7-HR Made his first start in the No. 3 hole yesterday since June 15, 2012 and had multi-xbh for the 4th time this season (last May 5 vs. CIN). Has 6 RBI over his last 7 games (5 starts) since Sep 18 only had 2 RBI in his previous 42 games (31 starts) from Aug 1 Sep 17. Sun vs. BAL hit his first HR as a Ray and the 15th leadoff HR of his career came on the 10th pitch of the AB, his most pitches seen in an AB resulting in a HR in his career was the 5th leadoff HR on 10-plus pitches in the majors since pitch count data is complete (since 1999). Tied his career high Fri vs. BAL with 4 hits, incl. the 3rd walk-off hit of his career had multi-rbi for the first time since July 31 vs. MIL. Batting.271 (23-for-85) with a.344 OBP in 30 games since joining the Rays, including.295 (23-for-78) vs. right-handed pitching. Hitting.272 (87-for-320) with all 7 HR and 36 of 37 XBH vs. RHP this season 11-year vet is attempting to reach the postseason for the first time. #11 YUNEL ESCOBAR, SS Tue: 0-1 BAL Series: 2-13, 3B, 4-BB, 3-R Stand: 3-24, 3B, 6-BB, 3-R vs. LH:.283 (45-159), 4-HR 2013:.258/.333/.370, 9-HR, 55-RBI, 4-SB Current Hitting Streak: -- RISP:.274 (34-124) vs. RH:.246 (83-338), 5-HR Left yesterday s game at NYY with a sore left ankle and is day-to-day was replaced by pinch-hitter Kelly Johnson in the top of the 5th inning. Has 3 hits in his last 29 AB after going 7-for-15 (.467) over his previous 5 games Sat vs. BAL hit his first triple since May 2, 2012 vs. TEX. Laid down a sac bunt on a 1-2 count in the 12th on Sep 18 vs. TEX both of his career sac bunts with 2 strikes have come this year (Aug 28 vs. LAA). Since the All-Star break, ranks 4th among major league shortstops (min. 100 AB) with a.366 OBP batting.269 (50-for-186) in 58 games. Since April 17, is batting.274 (124-for-452) with a.349 OBP in 136 games (133 starts) hit.089 (4-for-45) in his first 13 G (through April 16) this year. His current.988 fielding pct. is on pace for a career high (prev..982 in 2012 with TOR) and a club record for a shortstop in franchise history. #5 SAM FULD, OF Tue: 0-3, BB, R BAL Series: 0-7, R Stand: 0-8, 2-R vs. LH:.281 (18-64), 1-HR 2013:.189/.265/.260, 2-HR, 17-RBI, 7-SB Current Hitting Streak: -- RISP:.244 (10-41) vs. RH:.133 (14-105), 1-HR Has made 3 starts in the Rays last 5 games, his first starts since Sep 8 is 5-for-40 (.125) over his last 23 games (12 starts) since Aug 13. Scored the game-winning run on Sep 18 vs. TEX in the 12th, replacing Jose Lobaton as a pinch-runner following a leadoff single. On Sep 2 at LAA, became the third position player to pitch in Rays franchise history, joining Josh Wilson in 2007 and Wade Boggs in Has appeared in 113 games (42 as a def. rep.) with 46 starts (18-CF, 17-LF, 11-RF) joins OAK Chris Young, TOR Rajai Davis, SEA Michael Saunders and DET Don Kelly as the only AL players with 10 starts at all 3 OF positions has appeared in 66 games as a sub this season, most in the AL. Is batting.281 (18-for-64) vs. LHP this season compared to.133 (14-for-105) vs. RHP he has made 20 starts vs. LHP and 26 starts vs. RHP. #16 CHRIS GIMENEZ, C Tue: DNP BAL Series: 0-1, BB Stand: 0-1, BB vs. LH: :.333/.500/.667, 0-HR, 0-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: -- RISP:.000 (0-1) vs. RH:.333 (1-3) Played the final 3 innings Fri vs. BAL at 1B, his 4th app at 1B since 2011 (22nd overall) and first since Sep 11, 2012 at BAL. GYM-en-ez 30-year-old was recalled from Triple-A Durham on Sep 1 hit.224 (69-for-308) with a.350 OBP (57-BB) in 95 G for Triple-A Durham. Is 1-for-3 (.333) with 4 games with the Rays Sep 17 vs. TEX was his first app since Sep 8 at SEA, when he hit a pinch-hit double in the 9th. This is his first stint with the Rays this season had 2 stints in the majors last year: April 15 May 28 and Sep 1 through season s end. Hit.263 (30-for-114) in 35 games over the first 2 months of the season for Durham but hit.201 (39-for-194) in 60 games from June through August. #43 FREDDY GUZMAN, OF Tue: DNP BAL Series: DNP Stand: 0-0, SB, R vs. LH: :.000/.000/.000, 0-HR, 0-RBI, 1-SB Current Hitting Streak: -- RISP: -- vs. RH: -- Stole 2nd and scored the game-tying run in the 11th on Sep 18 vs. TEX, his first major league game since Oct 3, 2009 at TB (with the Yankees). The pinch-running specialist has played in 48 major league games with 20 of those appearances coming as a pinch runner in his major league career, he is 10-for-14 in SB attempts in his 11-year minor league career, is 587-for-692 (84.8 pct.) in stolen base attempts. 32-year-old had his contract selected and was added to the major league roster on Sep 17 was signed on Aug 30 and had been working out at the Rays complex in Port Charlotte played for Ciudad del Carmen in the Mexican League this year, racking up 73 SB in 99 games (73-for-82, 89 pct.). #8 DESMOND JENNINGS, OF Tue: DNP BAL Series: 6-10, 2-2B, HR, 4-RBI Stand: 9-23, 3-2B, 3B, HR, 6-RBI vs. LH:.294 (48-163), 4-HR 2013:.251/.332/.414, 14-HR, 54-RBI, 20-SB Current Hitting Streak: 3G (.600, 6-10) RISP:.275 (30-109) vs. RH:.231 (83-359), 10-HR Has not played since leaving Sunday s game vs. BAL in the 6th inning with a tight left hamstring. Has recorded multiple hits in 3 straight games, matching the longest such streak of his career (4th time, last Aug 12-14, 2012). Tied his career high Sat vs. BAL with 4 RBI (4th time, last July 2 at HOU) hit a 3-run HR in the 5th, breaking a scoreless tie, and added an RBI triple in the 7th was his 14th HR this season, a new career high (prev. 13 in 2012) was his first career HR with 2 or more runners on base his first 36 career HR were solo or 2-run shots became the first Ray with a triple and homer in the same game since Ben Zobrist on Aug 24, 2012 vs. OAK. Batting.313 (15-for-48) over his last 14 games since Sep 8 hit.153 in his first 18 G after being reinstated from the DL (fractured left middle finger). Is batting.475 (28-for-59) when putting the first pitch in play this season, and.460 (64-for-139) when doing so in his career. #2 KELLY JOHNSON, INF/OF Tue: 0-3 (PH in 5th) BAL Series: 0-4 Stand: 1-8, BB vs. LH:.301 (25-83) 2013:.237/.306/.412, 16-HR, 51-RBI, 7-SB Current Hitting Streak: -- RISP:.294 (25-85) vs. RH:.217 (60-276), 16-HR Is 6-for-48 (.125) over his last 20 G only has one extra-base hit in his last 28 games (18 starts) PH double on Sep 1 at OAK off Dan Otero. His last HR was Aug 7 at ARI only has 2 RBI in his last 28 games since Aug 10 at LAD has only scored once over his last 18 games. Has made 39 starts in the Rays 88 games (44.3 pct.) since Wil Myers was selected on June 18 started 55 of 69 games (79.7 pct.) before then. Has started 94 of 157 games (50-LF, 18-DH, 12-2B, 12-3B, 2-1B) this season had not appeared at a position other than 2B since his rookie season. All 16 of his HR have come vs. RHP is the only player in the AL and 1 of 3 in the majors with at least 16 HR and none vs. LHP. #20 MATT JOYCE, OF Tue: 1-3, HR, RBI, R BAL Series: 0-4, RBI, BB Stand: 2-12, RBI, 3-BB vs. LH:.170 (9-53), 2-HR 2013:.239/.334/.429, 18-HR, 46-RBI, 7-SB Current Hitting Streak: 1G (.333, 1-3) RISP:.191 (17-89) vs. RH:.250 (87-348), 16-HR Yesterday at NYY, hit his 4th career leadoff HR (3rd this season) and 7th homer in 28 career starts at leadoff (first since July 11 vs. MIN) marked his first HR since Aug 23 vs. NYY, snapping a 23-game homerless drought his last 2 HR have both come against NYY Hiroki Kuroda. Batting.091 (4-for-44) over 17 games in September hit a sac fly Sun vs. BAL, his first RBI since Aug 30 at OAK (16-game drought). On Sep 18 vs. TEX, drew a 2-out, 11th-inning walk against Joe Nathan was replaced by Freddy Guzman who scored the game-tying run. Has started 105 of 157 games (50-RF, 38-LF, 17-DH) Rays have faced 51 lefty starters but he has only 3 starts vs. lefties all Jon Lester starts. During his career has batted a combined.297 in April May with 35 HR in 168 games, and only.230 with 44 HR in 413 games the rest of the season. #59 JOSE LOBATON, C Tue: 0-2 BAL Series: 1-7, 2-BB, R Stand: 4-13, HR, RBI, 3-BB vs. LH:.245 (23-94), 1-HR 2013:.256/.329/.402, 7-HR, 30-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: -- RISP:.262 (17-65) vs. RH:.262 (45-172), 6-HR Left yesterday s game at NYY with a bruised right elbow and is day-to-day was replaced by pinch-hitter Jose Molina in the top of the 6th inning. Batting.274 with a.367 OBP and.488 SLG since the beginning of August his.488 SLG ranks 7th among ML catchers over that span (min. 75 AB). Threw out Adam Jones Sunday vs. BAL, his first runner thrown out since Aug 6 vs. ARI his prev. 22 attempted base stealers had been successful. Has started 73 games at catcher has exceeded his 2012 totals in almost every offensive category, incl. runs, hits, doubles, HR and RBI. Hit a walk-off HR on Aug 18 vs. TOR off Brad Lincoln, his 1st career walk-off homer and 2nd career walk-off hit both came in the same series marked the 2nd time a Ray recorded 2 walk-off hits in the same series, joining Johnny Damon in 2011 (HR on April 14 and single on April 16 vs. MIN).

4 RAYS HITTER NOTES (continued) #21 JAMES LONEY, 1B Tue: 1-4, 2B, 2-RBI BAL Series: 3-12, HR, 2-RBI Stand: 6-29, 2B, HR, 4-RBI vs. LH:.301 (44-146), 3-HR 2013:.295/.344/.424, 13-HR, 73-RBI, 3-SB Current Hitting Streak: 4G (.333, 4-12) RISP:.305 (46-151) vs. RH:.293 ( ), 10-HR Hit a 2-run, bases loaded double in the 6th yesterday at NYY marked his first extra-base hit with the bases loaded since Sep 2, 2011 at ATL. Recorded his 4th career walk-off hit, 2nd walk-off homer (also July 24, 2010 vs. NYM) on Mon vs. BAL marked his 2nd career pinch-hit HR. Has hit safely in 4 straight games had an RBI single on Sun vs. BAL leads the team with 12 3-hit games and ranks 2nd with 42 multi-hit games. Batting.349 on the road, best in the majors, compared to.245 at home would be the largest difference in the AL since KC Tom Goodwin in Batting.337/.395/.527 (57-for-169) in the 7th inning or later ranks 4th in the AL in batting avg., 7th in on-base pct. and 9th in SLG. Led the majors in batting avg. at the end of play on May 16 (.367), one of 3 players in Rays history to lead the majors in batting that late in the season percent of his balls in play are line drives, according to Fangraphs, the highest pct. in the majors the major league avg. is 21.2 pct. #3 EVAN LONGORIA, 3B Tue: 2-4, 2B, RBI, R BAL Series: 2-14, 2-BB Stand: 6-30, RBI, 3-BB, 2-R vs. LH:.297 (49-165), 8-HR 2013:.263/.340/.484, 29-HR, 78-RBI, 1-SB Current Hitting Streak: 1G (.500, 2-4) RISP:.246 (34-138) vs. RH:.250 ( ), 21-HR Batting.304 (84-for-276) with 43 XBH in 71 G this season against AL East teams and.227 (71-for-313) with 27 XBH in 83 G against all other teams. Against the Yankees this season is batting.309 (21-for-68) with 7 HR, 13 RBI and a.347 OBP leads the majors with 23 HR vs. NYY since Only has 1 HR in his last 29 games hit a 2-run HR on Sep 7 at SEA, his first since Aug 25 at NYY only 2 of his last 19 HR have come with runners on base is 4 HR from tying Carlos Peña (163) for most in franchise history has 4 seasons of 25-plus HR, tying Peña for the club record. Ranks 2nd on the team with 69 BB leads the team and ranks 6th in the AL with 155 SO, which marks a new career high (prev. 140 in 2009). #28 JOSE MOLINA, C Tue: 0-2 (PH in 6th) BAL Series: 4-8, 2-2B, RBI Stand: 5-15, 2-2B, RBI, 2-R vs. LH:.264 (23-87) 2013:.243/.301/.316, 2-HR, 18-RBI, 2-SB Current Hitting Streak: -- RISP:.172 (10-58) vs. RH:.232 (43-185), 2-HR Batting.277 (13-for-47) over his last 15 games since Aug 27 vs. LAA entered yesterday s game at NYY as a pinch-hitter for Jose Lobaton. Hit a 2-out RBI double on Mon vs. BAL in the 4th, scoring Tim Beckham from 1st has started 84 of 157 games (83-C, 1-DH) this season. Recorded a season-high 3 RBI on Aug 27 vs. LAA, his first 3-hit game since June 19 vs. BOS his last 3-RBI game was Sep 21, 2012 vs. TOR pct. of balls in play are ground balls, highest pct. on the team and highest pct. of his career has hit into a career high 10 GIDP. #9 WIL MYERS, OF Tue: 1-4, BB, 2-R BAL Series: 4-20, 2B, 2-RBI Stand: 9-32, 3-2B, HR, 5-RBI vs. LH:.308 (28-91), 3-HR 2013:.293/.354/.478, 13-HR, 51-RBI, 5-SB Current Hitting Streak: 3G (.417, 5-12) RISP:.310 (26-84) vs. RH:.287 (64-223), 10-HR Has hit safely in 3 consecutive games, snapping a 0-for-12 skid over his previous 2 games hit a 7th inning, game-tying 2-run bases-loaded single on Mon vs. BAL, snapping a team 0-for-18 streak with the bases loaded is 4-for-9 with 9 RBI with the bases loaded this season. Ranks among AL rookie leaders in home runs (13, 2nd), RBI (51, 1st), doubles (19, T-2nd), XBH (32, T-2nd), OBP (.354, 2nd) and SLG (.478, 1st). Has 108 RBI between the Rays and Durham (57) this year batting.314 (27-for-86) in September after snapping a 0-for-22 skid on Aug 31 at OAK. Can play a maximum of 87 games this season due to his June 18 call-up, and has a chance to become the first player ever to lead AL rookies in homers and RBI while playing in less than 90 games only one other player in the last 55 years has led AL rookies in homers in less than 90 games: NYY Kevin Maas in 1990 (21 HR in 79 games) the last player to lead AL rookies in RBI in less than 90 games was DET Hoot Evers in 1946 (33 RBI in 81 games). The Rays are and average 4.3 R/G when he starts and records a hit this year compared to 7-15 with 2.6 R/G when he starts and is held hitless. Since being selected on June 18, ranks among MLB rookie leaders in RBI (51, 1st), HR (13, 3rd) and hits (92, 2nd). #1 SEAN RODRIGUEZ, INF/OF Tue: DNP BAL Series: 1-4, 2B, 2-BB Stand: 3-9, 2-2B, HR, 2-RBI vs. LH:.260 (39-150), 5-HR 2013:.255/.327/.399, 5-HR, 23-RBI, 1-SB Current Hitting Streak: 1G (.333, 1-3) RISP:.240 (12-50) vs. RH:.237 (9-38) Has started 49 of the Rays 51 games vs. left-handed starters batting.389 (7-for-18) with 4 XBH (2-2B, 2-HR) and 5 RBI over his last 12 games. Hit a game-tying 2-run HR in the 6th on Sep 18 against TEX Derek Holland, his 2nd game-tying or go-ahead hit in the span of 10 days (2-run single on Sep 8 at SEA) had a double in the 4th inning, marking his 10th career game with multi-xbh, 2nd this season (also July 1 at HOU). 28-year-old has appeared in 93 games with 53 starts (28-LF, 17-1B, 5-RF, 3-SS) all 5 HR and 15 of his 16 extra-base hits have come vs. LHP. Has played 444 innings defensively this season, spending time in LF (235 innings) and RF (39) as well as 1B (136), SS (28) and 2B (6). #30 LUKE SCOTT, DH Tue: DNP BAL Series: 0-2 Stand: 0-4 vs. LH:.269 (21-78), 2-HR 2013:.239/.325/.414, 9-HR, 40-RBI, 1-SB Current Hitting Streak: -- RISP:.322 (19-59) vs. RH:.225 (39-173), 7-HR Has only made 2 starts (Sep 10 vs. BOS, Sep 8 at SEA) since being reinstated from the 15-day DL (lower back spasms) on Sep 1. Batting.071 (1-for-14) since his return from the DL, including 1-for-7 as a pinch hitter is 5-for-21 (.238) as a PH overall this season. Hit a pinch-hit, game-tying double on Sep 6 at SEA in the 8th was just 3-for-30 (.100) in the 13 G (7 starts) prior to his DL stint (July 28 Aug 14). Had a career long 13-game hitting streak from July 5-21 and hit.383 (18-for-47) with 4 HR and 10 RBI over that span. #15 DELMON YOUNG, DH Tue: 1-2, 2B, RBI (PH in 7th) BAL Series: 2-8, 2B, BB Stand: 3-14, 2B, R vs. LH:.277 (23-83), 1-HR 2013:.260/.307/.397, 9-HR, 33-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 3G (.333, 3-9) RISP:.257 (18-70) vs. RH:.253 (58-229), 8-HR Batting.250 (10-for-40) with 4 XBH (3-2B, 1-HR) and a.333 OBP in 17 games (8 starts) since joining the Rays. Has walked in 11.1 pct. of his PA with the Rays, compared to 4.8 pct. with the Phillies earlier this season and 4.1 pct. in his career from Drew a walk in a career-high-tying 3 straight games from Sep drew 2 BB on Sep 15 at MIN, tying his career high (14th time). Is 2 HR shy of 100 for his career returns to the organization that selected him with the first overall pick in the 2003 June Draft. Selected from Montgomery on Sep 1 signed a minor league contract on Aug 22 after being designated for assignment by Philadelphia on Aug 9. #18 BEN ZOBRIST, INF Tue: 1-3, BB BAL Series: 5-18, 2B, 3-RBI Stand: 9-34, 2B, 3-RBI, 4-BB vs. LH:.241 (47-195), 1-HR 2013:.271/.354/.398, 11-HR, 70-RBI, 11-SB Current Hitting Streak: 2G (.286, 2-7) RISP:.301 (43-143) vs. RH:.286 ( ), 10-HR On Mon vs. BAL, made his first start in the outfield since Aug 13 vs. SEA and tied a team record with 2 outfield assists made his 2nd start of the season in LF and became only the 3rd Rays LF with 2 outfield assists, joining Carl Crawford in 2010 and Quinton McCracken in Had an RBI single Sat vs. BAL in the 7th, extending the Rays lead to 5-1 his 2 RBI on Fri vs. BAL snapped a career-long 14-game streak without a run driven in (Sep 4-20) his 1st inning double Fri vs. BAL marked his first extra-base hit since Sep 4 at LAA, ending a 13-game drought. Has appeared in 151 games with 150 starts (114-2B, 24-RF, 8-SS, 2-DH, 2-LF) ranks 1st on the team with 46 multi-hit games. His next HR will tie Carl Crawford for 5th-most in team history (104) has 466 career walks, passing Carlos Peña (460) for most in team history. Was selected to the 2013 All-Star Game by Tigers manager Jim Leyland but did not play was the 2nd selection of his career (2009 by Joe Maddon). Ranks among team leaders in walks (71, 1st) and RBI (70, 3rd) since 2009, ranks 1st in the AL and 4th in the majors with 428 walks his 176 doubles lead all switch-hitters, and no major league player can match his combination of doubles (176) and triples (25). RAYS BULLPEN NOTES #38 JEFF BELIVEAU, LH Last App: -- Saves-Opps: -- vs. LH: -- Triple-A: 2-3-1, 2.62 ERA, 38 G Long Relief App: -- IR-RS: -- vs. RH: year-old was recalled on Sat begins his 4th stint with the Rays this season (May 19, May 31, Aug 27-28) but has yet to appear in a game. Was acquired from the Texas Rangers in exchange for cash considerations on April 16 pitched to a 2.62 ERA (44.2-IP, 13-ER) over 38 apps for Triple-A Durham southpaw held opposing lefties to a.183 batting avg. (11-for-60) owns a career 2.80 ERA over 6 minor league seasons. Made his major league debut with the Cubs on July 22, 2012 and pitched to a 4.58 ERA over 22 apps from his recall through season s end. Is one of two major leaguers to graduate from Bishop Hendricken (R.I.) High School, along with Rocco Baldelli. #26 JESSE CRAIN, RH Last App: 6/29 vs. CLE (L, 1.0-IP, 3-H, 1-R, 0-BB, 0-SO) Saves-Opps: 0-1 vs. LH:.275 (19-69) 2013: 2-3-0, 0.74 ERA, 38 G Long Relief App: 2.0, 5/11 vs. LAA IR-RS: 20-7 vs. RH:.174 (12-69) Was reinstated from the 60-day DL on Monday has yet to pitch for the Rays since he was acquired from the White Sox on July 29. Is 2-3 with a 0.74 ERA (36.2.IP, 3-ER) with 46 SO, 11 BB and no HR allowed, earning his first selection to the All-Star Game. At the time he was placed on the White Sox DL on July 3 (retroactive to June 30) he led AL relievers in ERA and ranked 2nd with 19 holds. Has only allowed 1 ER over his last 32 apps which included a White Sox record 29 consecutive scoreless apps from April 17 June 22. Opponents are hitting only.229 against him over his 10-year major league career with Minnesota ( ) and Chicago-AL ( ).

5 RAYS BULLPEN NOTES (continued) #47 BRANDON GOMES, RH Last App: 9/23 vs. BAL (0.1-IP, 0-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 1-SO) Saves-Opps: 0-0 vs. LH:.333 (8-24), 3-HR 2013: 3-1-0, 6.11 ERA, 23 G Long Relief App: 2.0, 4/21 vs. OAK IR-RS: 16-2 vs. RH:.171 (7-41) Has recorded 3 wins in September (Sun vs. BAL, Sep 18 vs. TEX and Sep 14 at MIN) has pitched less than an inning in his last 4 apps. On Sun vs. BAL, struck out both batters faced Sep 18 vs. TEX, replaced Alex Torres with 2-on, 2-out in the 12th and struck out Ian Kinsler to end the inning before the Rays won it in walk-off fashion pitched a scoreless 4th inning Sep 14 at MIN, replacing Matt Moore following a rain delay. Has held right-handed hitters to a.194 avg. (32-for-165) and 2 HR during his career while opposing lefties have hit.311 (33-for-106) with 6 HR. Has recorded 25 SO in 17.2 IP this season (12.7 SO/9 IP) while allowing 5 BB (3 IBB) has struck out 34.3 pct. of batters faced. #40 ROBERTO HERNANDEZ, RH Last App: 9/19 vs. TEX (1.0-IP, 1-H, 0-R, 1-BB, 0-SO) Saves-Opps: 1-1 vs. LH:.305 (96-315), 17-HR 2013: , 4.89 ERA, 31 G, 24 GS Long Relief App: 3.2, 9/3 at LAA IR-RS: 4-2 vs. RH:.253 (68-269), 7-HR Has a 3.24 ERA with 1 save over 7 relief apps (8.1-IP, 3-ER) had a 4.98 ERA in 24 starts this season (last Aug 27 vs. LAA). Allowed a pinch-hit grand slam on Sep 11 to BOS Mike Carp in the 10th inning, the first grand slam allowed of his career. Threw 3.2 perfect innings on Sep 3 at LAA in relief of Matt Moore, striking out 7 of 11 batters faced for his first career save according to Baseball Reference, was only the 12th time since 1916 a reliever pitched at least 3.2 perfect innings with 7 SO or more most recently ARI Max Scherzer (7-IP, 7-SO) on April 29, 2008 vs. HOU it was the most strikeouts by a Rays reliever since Shawn Camp (7) on June 25, 2007 vs. CWS. Is the 4th in Rays history with a complete game and save in the same season (Matt Garza in 2010, Joe Kennedy in 2003 and Albie Lopez in 2000). #52 JOSH LUEKE, RH Last App: 9/19 vs. TEX (2.1-IP, 6-H, 1-R, 0-BB, 2-SO) Saves-Opps: 0-0 vs. LH:.257 (9-35), 1-HR 2013: 0-2-0, 5.23 ERA, 18 G Long Relief App: 2.1, 2x-last 9/19 vs. TEX IR-RS: 20-9 vs. RH:.304 (14-46), 2-HR Threw a career high 56 pitches on Thursday vs. TEX his 2.1 IP tied his season long app (also Sep 2 at LAA). Has inherited the bases loaded 4 times this season was recalled from Triple-A Durham on Sep 1 for his 4th stint with the Rays this year. Has issued 15 BB in 24 IP (5.6 BB/9 IP) in his two seasons with the Rays has a career 2.3 BB/9 IP ratio in 345 IP over 7 minor league seasons. Was 3-1 with 17 saves in 18 chances for Durham this season had a 0.63 ERA (57.1-IP, 6-R, 4-ER) in 40 apps (35 scoreless). #57 JAKE MCGEE, LH Last App: 9/23 vs. BAL (1.0-IP, 2-H, 0-R, 1-BB, 1-SO) Saves-Opps: 1-5 vs. LH:.244 (19-78), 3-HR 2013: 5-3-1, 4.01 ERA, 69 G Long Relief App: 2.0, 5/27 vs. MIA IR-RS: vs. RH:.209 (31-148), 5-HR Has pitched to a 2.22 ERA (48.2-IP, 12-ER) in 54 apps (43 scoreless) since May 10 opponents are hitting.182 (31-for-170) over that span. Allowed multiple runs Fri vs. BAL for the first time since May 7 vs. TOR allowed a BB and HBP in the 7th and was replaced by Alex Torres. Right-handers are only hitting.167 (19-for-114) against him since May 7, compared to.353 (12-for-34) before then. His 69 apps are T-2nd most among AL lefties has allowed 45.9 pct. of inherited runners to score this season, highest pct. among AL relievers. Has allowed 8 HR this season, most among Rays relievers and a career high (prev. 5 in 2011) five of the 8 HR have been by right-handed hitters. Has been charged with 4 blown saves this season had a ERA (12-IP, 15-ER) and opponents hit.339 against him over his first 15 apps. #23 JAKE ODORIZZI, RH Last App: 9/24 at NYY (S, 3.0-IP, 1-H, 0-R, 1-BB, 3-SO) Saves-Opps: 1-1 vs. LH:.293 (17-58), 2-HR 2013: 0-1-1, 3.94 ERA, 7 G, 4 GS Long Relief App: 3.2, 9/20 vs. BAL IR-RS: 0-0 vs. RH:.208 (11-53), 1-HR Pitched 3 scoreless innings and recorded his first career save yesterday at NYY marked his first professional save since April 11, 2010 with the Class-A Wisconsin Timber Rattlers marked the Rays 3rd 3-inning save this season (Hernandez on Sep 3 at LAA and Ramos on May 31 at CLE). Over his last 4 apps (2 starts) spanning 2 stints with the Rays, has pitched to a 1.04 ERA (17.1-IP, 2-ER) with 10 SO allowed 9 ER in his first 9 IP. 23-year-old was recalled on Friday from Triple-A Durham and pitched 3.2 scoreless innings (11th 14th) that night vs. BAL, his first career scoreless app (8th game) marks his 5th stint with the Rays this year (also May 20-28, June 11-13, June 18 and Aug 29). Was 9-6 with a 3.33 ERA in 22 starts (124.1-IP, 101-H, 46-ER, 40-BB, 124-SO) for Durham made 3 postseason starts, posting a 0.50 ERA (18-IP, 1-ER) over his final 6 starts (combining regular and postseason), was 1-2 with a 0.47 ERA (38-IP, 20-H, 2-ER, 1-HR, 8-BB, 46-SO). #62 JOEL PERALTA, RH Last App: 9/23 vs. BAL (W, 1.0-IP, 0-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 1-SO) Saves-Opps: 1-4 vs. LH:.169 (24-142), 4-HR 2013: 3-8-1, 3.28 ERA, 77 G Long Relief App: 1.1, 3x-last 9/18 vs. TEX IR-RS: 23-3 vs. RH:.210 (22-105), 3-HR Ranks among AL leaders in apps (77, 1st) and holds (38, 1st) leads AL relievers with 224 apps since joining the Rays in Recorded his 38th hold Sun vs. BAL, breaking his own franchise record (37 in 2012) his 75 holds over the last 2 seasons are the most over a 2-year span since the statistic was first tracked by STATS LLC single-season record is 40 by SD Luke Gregerson in His 8 losses are a new career high (prev. 6, 2012) and are tied for the most ever by a Rays reliever (Travis Harper in 2003 and Esteban Yan in 2002). 60 of his apps have been scoreless opponents are hitting only.186 (46-for-247) against him this year since joining the Rays in 2011, owns a club-record 94 holds and lefties are hitting only.166 (63-for-379) against him the Rays have been tied or had the lead in 70 of his apps this season. In his Rays career, the 37-year-old has faced the opponents batters more than any other spots in the order and has held them to a.180 avg. (48-for-267) opponents No. 3 hitters have hit.085 (7-for-82), lowest in the majors over that span (min. 50 AB). #27 CESAR RAMOS, LH Last App: 9/20 vs. BAL (1.1-IP, 0-H, 0-R, 1-BB, 0-SO) Saves-Opps: 1-1 vs. LH:.289 (28-97), 2-HR 2013: 2-2-1, 4.38 ERA, 46 G Long Relief App: 3.0, 5x-last 8/26 at KC IR-RS: 23-7 vs. RH:.253 (38-150), 4-HR Has a 3.24 ERA (8.1-IP, 3-ER) over 7 apps in Sep has allowed 6 HR this year, incl. 3 HR in his last 8 apps since Aug 26. Matched his season long app Aug 26 at KC and allowed 5 runs, tied for the most by any Rays reliever this season. Only allowed one run (0.96 ERA) over 6 apps from Aug 2-21 (9.1-IP) opponents hit just.206 (7-for-34) over that stretch. Since May 8 vs. TOR, 16 of his 34 apps have been 2 IP or more the last Rays reliever with more 2-plus IP apps was J.P. Howell (23) in #56 FERNANDO RODNEY, RH Last App: 9/22 vs. BAL (S, 1.0-IP, 2-H, 1-R, 0-BB, 1-SO) Saves-Opps: vs. LH:.236 (30-127), 1-HR 2013: , 3.44 ERA, 67 G Long Relief App: 2.0, 2x-last 9/20 vs. BAL IR-RS: 16-4 vs. RH:.171 (20-117), 2-HR Has converted his last 6 save opportunities after blowing 3 of his prev. 6 allowed an RBI double to Matt Wieters off the B-ring catwalk Sun vs. BAL. 16 of his last 18 apps since Aug 13 have been scoreless has only allowed 8 baserunners (5-H, 3-BB) in those 16 scoreless apps over that span. Had a 4.24 ERA at the end of play on Aug 9 at LAD has only allowed 3 ER in 18.2 IP since then had 9 straight scoreless apps Aug 28 Sep 21. Is 36-for-44 in save opportunities this season after going 48-for-50 in 2012 when he led the majors with a 96.0 save pct., a club record. Is the 1st in Rays history with a pair of 35 save seasons is 1 of 6 major league players with at least 35 saves in both 2012 and Blew his 8th save on Aug 27 vs. LAA, T-2nd-most in the majors (BAL Jim Johnson has 9) marks the most blown saves of his career (prev. 7 in 2010 with LAA) and is tied for the 3rd-most by a Rays pitcher in franchise history (Roberto Hernandez had 9 in 1998 and Esteban Yan had 9 in 2001). Has only issued 16 BB (2 IBB) in his last 45 apps, dating back to May 28 vs. MIA, compared to 19 BB (1 IBB) in his first 21 apps this year. Of his 80 strikeouts this season, 53 have come via his changeup (66.3 pct.), most strikeouts via the changeup among major league relievers. #54 ALEX TORRES, LH Last App: 9/23 vs. BAL (1.1-IP, 1-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 2-SO) Saves-Opps: 0-1 vs. LH:.171 (13-76) 2013: 4-1-0, 1.46 ERA, 37 G Long Relief App: 4.0, 2x-last 6/1 at CLE IR-RS: 25-7 vs. RH:.147 (17-116), 1-HR Has pitched to a 3.38 ERA (21.1-IP, 8-ER) over his last 16 apps since Aug 7 at ARI over his first 21 apps this season, only allowed one run in 34.1 IP. His.156 opp. avg. is the 2nd-lowest of any AL reliever with at least 25 IP has a 0.73 ERA (24.2-IP, 2-ER) in 21 apps at home this season. Righties are hitting only.147 (17-for-116) against him, lowest by a LHP (min. 75 AB) in the majors this season. Has inherited the bases loaded with no outs twice this season: Aug 20 at BAL (1 inherited runner scored) and June 4 at DET (no inherited runners scored) also inherited the bases loaded with 1 out on June 22 at NYY and did not allow a run to score. #35 JAMEY WRIGHT, RH Last App: 9/24 at NYY (1.0-IP, 0-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 1-SO) Saves-Opps: 0-1 vs. LH:.211 (31-147), 3-HR 2013: 2-2-0, 2.73 ERA, 65 G, 1 GS Long Relief App: 3.0, 2x-last 5/31 at CLE IR-RS: 22-7 vs. RH:.257 (26-101) Has a 1.70 ERA (42.1-IP, 8-ER) over his last 41 apps, 35 of which have been scoreless had a 4.33 ERA (27-IP, 13-ER) over his first 24 apps. Of his 64 relief apps, the Rays have trailed in 33 of them or led by 3-plus runs in 16 of them has only pitched with the Rays holding a 1-run lead three times this season, including Sun vs. BAL the Rays have been tied in 9 of his apps and had a 2-run lead in the 3 others. Since converting to the bullpen in 2008, has a 3.91 ERA in IP most relief innings in the majors in that span. Eighteen-year veteran is with his 10th major league team but is still seeking his first postseason game no active player has gone longer without playing in the playoffs this is the 6th straight season he made an Opening Day roster after going to camp as a non-roster invite.

6 RAYS BULLPEN NOTES (continued) #49 WESLEY WRIGHT, LH Last App: 9/23 vs. BAL (0.0-IP, 0-H, 0-R, 1-BB, 0-SO) Saves-Opps: 0-4 vs. LH:.267 (28-105), 3-HR 2013: 0-4-0, 3.76 ERA, 69 G Long Relief App: 2.1, 2x-last 8/26 at KC IR-RS: vs. RH:.255 (25-98), 4-HR Has made 15 apps with the Rays (11.1-IP, 4-ER) since being claimed off waivers Aug 12 from Houston ranks T-2nd among AL lefties with 69 apps. Has held lefties to a.130 avg. (3-for-23) since joining the Rays (2-BB) 10 of his last 11 apps since Aug 29 have been scoreless. Retired his only 2 batters faced Fri vs. BAL in the 16th inning was the 10th of a major league record tying 11 pitchers used by the Rays. 28-year-old has held lefties to a.210 avg. (53-for-252) since the start of the 2011 season has a 3.51 ERA with 9.1 SO/9 IP since the start of Was the Astros longest tenured player prior to the waiver claim had spent parts of the last 6 seasons in the majors, all with Houston. RAYS PITCHING BY THE NUMBERS W-L-S G ERA IP H ER BB SO HR Totals Starters Relievers Home Road April May June July August September LAST HR & PLAYER SEASON HIGHS LAST HR OFF 13 MOST HITS GAME 13 MOST RBI GAME Beckham - - 1, 2x-last 9/23 vs. BAL 1, 9/23 vs. BAL DeJesus 9/22/13 vs. BAL Feldman 4, 9/20 vs. BAL 3, 2x-last 7/31 vs. MIL Escobar 9/3/13 at LAA Gutierrez 3, 9x-last 9/13 at MIN 3, 3x-last 8/9 at LAD Fuld 6/24/13 vs. TOR Rogers 3, 7/1 at HOU 2, 3x-last 8/7 at ARI Gimenez 9/29/12 at CWS Heath 1, 9/8 at SEA - Guzman 9/11/07 at DET Rapada - - Jennings 9/21/13 vs. BAL Gonzalez 3, 9x-last 9/18 vs. TEX 4, 2x-last 9/21 vs. BAL Johnson 8/7/13 at ARI Delgado 4, 2x-last 5/27 vs. MIA 6, 5/27 vs. MIA Joyce 9/24/13 at NYY Kuroda 3, 3x-last 8/26 at KC 5, 5/18 at BAL Lobaton 9/18/13 vs. TEX Ogando 3, 5x-last 8/16 vs. TOR 4, 8/23 vs. NYY Loney 9/23/13 vs. BAL Hunter 3, 12x-last 9/8 at SEA 4, 7/26 at NYY Longoria 9/7/13 at SEA Paxton 4, 4/27 at CWS 4, 5/6 vs. TOR Molina 7/5/13 vs. CWS Axelrod 3, 3x-last 8/27 vs. LAA 3, 8/27 vs. LAA Myers 9/16/13 vs. TEX Garza 3, 5x-last 9/4 at LAA 4, 3x-last 8/15 vs. SEA Rodriguez 9/18/13 vs. TEX Holland 4, 7/1 at HOU 3, 7/1 at HOU Scott 7/21/13 at TOR Dickey 3, 4x-last 7/5 vs. CWS 3,2x-last 7/13 vs. HOU Young 9/6/13 at SEA Iwakuma 4, 6/27 at LAD 6, 6/28 at LAD Zobrist 8/23/13 vs. NYY Kuroda 5, 6/10 vs. BOS 3, 2x-last 8/13 vs. SEA RAYS BY THE NUMBERS Current Streak: W5 When commit error: Hit homer: Current Record: Ahead after 6-7-8: 66-9/69-9/72-5 Homer with men on: Home/Road: 51-30/37-39 Behind after 6-7-8: 10-51/5-56/3-55 Hit multiple homers: Day/Night: 28-23/60-46 Tied after 6-7-8: 12-9/14-4/13-9 Score first: Grass/Turf: 33-37/ run games: Score 5 or more: vs. East: run games: Score less than 5: vs. Central: Extra innings: 9-7 Outhit opponents: 72-9 vs. West: Win in last at-bat: 18 Outhit by opponents: 8-53 vs. National League: 12-8 Come-from-behind wins: 36 Collect 10 or more hits: vs. RH/LH starters: 59-47/29-22 Opp. come-from-behind wins: 35 Opp. 10 or more hits: Series W-L-T (home): Series W-L-T (road): Wearing white/gray/navy/lt. blue: 39-25/10-15/29-25/9-4 RUN SUPPORT FOR STARTING PITCHERS PITCHER STARTS RUNS RUNS/START RUNS/9-IP CLUB RECORD QUALITY Archer Cobb Colome Hellickson Hernandez Moore Odorizzi Price Romero Wright RAYS SEASON HIGHS TEAM BATTING INDIVIDUAL BATTING Longest win streak 8, July 4-July 11 Most runs, game, TB 3, 9x-last, Myers, 7/28 at NYY Long loss streak 6, August 6-August 13 Most runs, game, Opp 3, 12x-last, Martin, 9/17 vs. TEX Most runs game, TB 12, 2x-last, 7/1 at HOU Most hits, game, TB 5, Zobrist, 6/10 vs. BOS Most runs game, Opp 13, 4/7 vs. CLE Most hits, game, Opp 5, Santana, 4/7 vs. CLE Most runs, inn, TB 7, (3rd), 5/6 vs. TOR Most 2B, game, TB 2, 26x-last, DeJesus, 9/24 at NYY Most runs, inn, Opp 8, 2x-last (6th), 6/13 vs. KC Most 2B, game, Opp 2, 15x-last, Martin, 9/17 vs. TEX Most hits, game, TB 19, 4/27 at CWS Most HR, game, TB 2, 9x-last, Myers, 9/4 at LAA Most hits, game, Opp 17, 4/7 vs. CLE Most HR, game, Opp 2, 7x-last, Lind, 8/17 vs. TOR Most hits, inn, TB 7, (2nd), 7/5 vs. CWS Most RBI, game, TB 6, Johnson, 5/27 vs. MIA Most hits, inn, Opp 8, (6th), 6/13 vs. KC Most RBI, game, Opp 4, 16x-last, Carp, 9/12 vs. BOS Most doubles, game, TB 8, 5/18 at BAL Most x-base hits, game, TB 3, 2x-last, Johnson, 5/27 vs. MIA Most doubles, game, Opp 7, 6/9 vs. BAL Most x-base hits, game, Opp 3, 6x-last, Martin, 9/17 vs. TEX Most HR, game, TB 4, 5x-last, 8/23 vs. NYY Most steals, game, TB 2, 2x-last, Jennings, 7/5 vs. CWS Most HR, game, Opp 5, 4/7 vs. CLE Most steals, game, Opp 3, Gentry, 9/19 vs. TEX Most x-base hits, game, TB 10, 5/18 at BAL Hitting Streak 16, 2x-last, Loney, June 19-July 5 Most x-base hits, game, Opp 11, 4/7 vs. CLE TEAM/INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Most stolen bases, game, TB 3, 3x-last, 7/25 at BOS Most SO, TB Starter 13, Cobb, 5/10 vs. SD Most stolen bases, game, Opp 5, 9/19 vs. TEX Most SO, Opp Starter 11, Buchholz, 4/14 at BOS Most walks, game, TB 10, 6/11 vs. BOS Most SO, TB Reliever 7, Hernandez, 9/3 at LAA Most walks, game, Opp 9, 6/22 at NYY Most IP, TB Reliever 4.0, 2x-last, Torres, 6/1 at CLE Most strikeouts, game, TB 16, 7/10 vs. MIN Most walks, game, TB 6, 4x-last, Moore, 9/24 at NYY Most strikeouts, game, Opp 19, 7/10 vs. MIN Most walks, game, Opp 7, 3x-last, Richards, 9/2 at LAA Most LOB, game, TB 16, 9/20 vs. BAL Most SO, Team, TB 19, 7/10 vs. MIN Most LOB, game, Opp 15, 8/19 at BAL Most walks, Team, TB 9, 6/22 at NYY Most errors, game, TB 2, 7x-last, 9/1 at OAK Low-Hit Game 2, 6x-last, Moore, 7/22 at BOS Most errors, game, Opp 4, 8/11 at LAD Consecutive Scoreless IP 22.1, Moore, June 25-July 11 Longest game, time 6:54, 9/20 vs. BAL Shortest game, time 2:10, 6/26 vs. TOR Longest game, time (9 inn.) 3:58, 9/2 at LAA Shortest game, time (9 inn.) 2:10, 6/26 vs. TOR INSTANT REPLAY 1. April 17 at BAL Adam Jones vs. Matt Moore (3rd inn., 2 out) Double to CF overturned: home run time of delay: 0:55 2. April 26 at CWS Jose Molina vs. Addison Reed (9th inn., 1 out) Double to CF ruling upheld time of delay: 1:36 3. May 6 vs. TOR Kelly Johnson vs. Mark Buehrle (3rd inn., 0 out) Single to CF ruling upheld time of delay: 2:05 4. May 7 vs. TOR Jose Bautista vs. Roberto Hernandez (1st inn., 2 out) Double to CF ruling upheld time of delay: 1:35 5. May 18 at BAL Jose Molina vs. Jair Jurrjens (3rd inn., 1 out) Double to RCF ruling upheld time of delay: 1:32 6. May 19 at BAL Matt Joyce vs. Chris Tillman (6th inn., 1 out) Double to RF overturned: home run time of delay: 2:34 7. August 14 vs. SEA Ben Zobrist vs. Danny Farquhar (9th inn., 0 out) Triple to RF ruling upheld time of delay: 1:04 8. August 18 vs. TOR Evan Longoria vs. Todd Redmond (1st inn., 2 out) Home run to RF ruling upheld time of delay: 2:15 MISCELLANEOUS Game-Tying & Go-Ahead RBI: Zobrist (27), Longoria (24), Loney (23), Jennings (22), Joyce (20), Myers (20), Scott (16), Johnson (14), Escobar (13), Lobaton (13), Molina (10), Rodriguez (8), Roberts (6), Fuld (4), DeJesus (3), Beckham (1), Bourgeois (1), Duncan (1), Young (1) Outfield Assists: Johnson (6), Zobrist (4), Fuld (2), Jennings (2), Myers (2), Joyce (1), Rodriguez (1) Bunt Singles: Jennings (5), Joyce (3), Scott (3), Zobrist (2), Bourgeois (1), Fuld (1), Lobaton (1), Roberts (1) Ejections: Maddon-4 (8/26 at KC, 4th inn., 5/8 vs. TOR, 6th inn., 5/7 vs. TOR, 2nd inn., 4/17 at BAL, 5th inn.), Foley-1 (8/10 at LAD, 6th inn.) Hellickson-1 (4/28 at CWS, 8th inn.) Batted Around: 9/16 vs. TEX (5th inn, 9 batters), 8/20 at BAL (9th inn, 9 batters), 8/9 at LAD (5th inn, 9 batters), 7/26 at NYY (2nd inn, 9 batters), 7/9 vs. MIN (4th inn, 9 batters), 7/5 vs. CWS (2nd inn, 10 batters), 7/1 at HOU (7th inn, 10 batters), 6/8 vs. BAL (5th inn, 9 batters), 5/27 vs. MIA (2nd inn, 9 batters), 5/18 at BAL (9th inn, 10 batters), 5/17 at BAL (5th inn, 9 batters), 5/14 vs. BOS (4th inn, 9 batters), 5/11 vs. SD (2nd inn, 11 batters), 5/10 vs. SD (7th inn, 10 batters), 5/8 vs. TOR (1st inn, 9 batters), 5/6 vs. TOR (3rd inn, 10 batters), 4/19 vs. OAK (1st inn, 9 batters) WALK-OFF WINS 1. April 3 vs. BAL (W 8-7) Matt Joyce solo home run to right field off Tommy Hunter (9th inning). 2. May 9 vs. TOR (W 5-4) Luke Scott walk with bases loaded off Brad Lincoln (10th inning). 3. May 11 vs. SD (W 8-7) Evan Longoria 2-run HR to left-center field off Huston Street (9th). 4. May 28 vs. MIA (W 7-6) Desmond Jennings RBI single to right field off Chad Qualls (9th). 5. June 29 vs. DET (W 4-3) Yunel Escobar RBI single to center field off Bruce Rondon (10th). 6. July 10 vs. MIN (W 4-3) Ben Zobrist RBI single to right-center field off Ryan Pressly (13th inning). 7. August 3 vs. SF (W 2-1) Wil Myers RBI single to left field off Jean Machi (10th inning). 8. August 14 vs. SEA (W 5-4) Jason Bourgeois RBI single to right field off Danny Farquhar (9th inning). 9. August 16 vs. TOR (W 5-4) Jose Lobaton RBI triple to right field off Aaron Loup (9th inning). 10. August 18 vs. TOR (W 2-1) Jose Lobaton solo HR to right field off Brad Lincoln (9th inning). 11. September 18 vs. TEX (W 4-3) Desmond Jennings single to right field off Joe Ortiz (12th inning). 12. September 20 vs. BAL (W 5-4) David DeJesus single to center field off Bud Norris (18th inning). 13. September 23 vs. BAL (W 5-4) James Loney HR to right field off Tommy Hunter (9th inning). RUNS BY INNING X Total Opponent Tampa Bay

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