THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2017 AT NEW YORK YANKEES RH Matt Andriese (0-0, 9.00) vs. RH Luis Severino (0-0, 7.20)

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1 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 AM, WGES 680 (Sp.) Game No.: 10 (5-4) Road Game No.: 3 (0-2) All-Time Game No.: 3,086 (1,425-1,660) All-Time Road Game No.: 1,539 ( ) RAY MATTER The Rays need a win tonight to avoid a 3-game sweep after losing the first 2 games, 8-1 (Monday) and 8-4 (yesterday) this is the first time they have yielded 8-plus runs in back-to-back games since June 30 July 1, 2016 vs. DET, when they lost 10-7 and 10-2 last time they allowed 8-plus runs in back-to-back games to the Yankees was Sep 20-21, 2010 at NYY (lost 8-6, lost 8-3) Rays entered this series having won 3 straight, and this is the first time this year they have lost consecutive games a win tonight would also put them at 6-4 through 10 games, a mark achieved only three times in club history: 2015 (6-4), 2010 (7-3) and 1998 (6-4). Yesterday began a stretch of 15 games in 15 days, with their next off-day coming April 27 in Toronto yesterday began a stretch of 6 straight games with different start times tonight and tomorrow (in Boston) are the only night games over an 8-game span, April In the month of April, the Rays will play 26 games all against opponents who finished 2016 above.500 through May 21, only 4 of the Rays first 46 games are against teams that finished 2016 below.500, a home-and-home series with the Marlins from May 1-4 they have only one off-day in the month of May. UNDER THE LEATHER The Rays are 0-2 on the road trip while committing 4 errors (2 in each game), all coming in the last 9 defensive innings they went 5-2 in the opening homestand while committing only 3 errors. NOT AN OIL PAINTING Yesterday the Rays led 3-0 in the middle of the 5th inning before allowing 8 runs in innings 5-through-7 for an 8-4 loss it was the first time this season they gave up a lead in a loss the Rays bullpen yielded 6 of those 8 runs, after allowing only 8 runs total in the first 8 games the Rays outhit the Yankees, 9-8. In the 5th inning yesterday, starter LH Blake Snell issued a basesloaded walk to OF Aaron Hicks, his final batter faced Rays hurlers have issued 3 bases-loaded walks this season, 2nd most in the majors to Kansas City (4) SPECIAL K Yesterday Rays pitchers recorded only one strikeout (2B Starlin Castro looking vs. LH Blake Snell to end the 4th inning) the last time they recorded one strikeout or fewer was July 7, 2015 at KC in Game 1 of a DH when they had one punchout. RAYS vs. YANKEES Yesterday s loss guaranteed an eighth straight series loss at Yankee Stadium for the Rays, going 6-17 in that stretch the Rays are 2-3 in the season series, winning 2 of 3 games in the opening series last week (April 2-5) since the beginning of 2016, the Rays have hit 42 HR in 24 games vs. the Yankees in 2016, their 37 HR were the most ever hit against New York in one season the Rays went 8-11 against the Yankees in 2016 (5-4 at home, 3-7 on the road). Since 2010, the Rays are the only AL team with a winning record against the Yankees (69-66,.511) prior to that, they were (.342) in their first 12 seasons ( ). The Rays are at new Yankee Stadium after going at the original. BABY BOMBERS The Rays have homered in 11 straight games in this ballpark (since April 23, 2016), the 2nd-longest streak by any visitor at new Yankee Stadium behind their own streak of 13 (July 28, 2013 Sep 11, 2014) last season their 22 HR here set a record for any opposing team at Yankee Stadium (old or new), topping the 2015 Blue Jays (19) OF Steven Souza Jr. became only the third opposing player to hit at least 5 HR at new Yankee Stadium, joining CLE/SEA Russell Branyan (6 in 2010) and teammate 3B Evan Longoria (5 in 2013) the Rays have outhomered the Yankees all-time in this park, CF Kevin Kiermaier owns a career.326 avg. (29-for-89) with 13 runs scored, 4 2B, 3 3B, 5 HR and 10 RBI in 23 games in this park. Longoria has 77 career hits and 47 RBI at new Yankee Stadium, most of any visiting player his 15 HR are tied with CLE Edwin Encarnacion and BOS David Ortiz for 2nd most among visitors behind José Bautista (17). LONGO LOVES NEW YORK 3B Evan Longoria leads all active players with 33 HR (tied with TOR José Bautista) and 101 RBI vs. the Yankees 31 of those 33 HR have come as a third baseman, a mark surpassed only by Hall of Famer BAL Brooks Robinson (all 34) in baseball history Longoria has done this in 154 games over 10 seasons; Robinson in 328 games over 23 seasons. RICKIE WEEKS JR. Delivered a 2-run homer in the 1st inning yesterday, off LH Jordan Montgomery, his first blast of the season since the beginning of 2014, 16 of his 20 HR have come against lefties collided with NYY Brett Gardner at first base in the 6th inning and exited the game as a precaution with neck and shoulder soreness he is day-to-day with a bone bruise and whiplash. WHO'S HOT The Rays have three starting players batting over.300 in OF Steven Souza Jr. (.344), 1B Logan Morrison (.321) and OF Corey Dickerson (.303) Souza ranks among AL leaders with 4 doubles (T-2nd), 11 hits (T-5th) and 5 extra-base hits (T-9th) Morrison's last 3 HR have come against the Yankees, dating back to last Sep 9 Morrison's start (9-for-28, 2-HR, 6-RBI) comes on the heels of an April 2016 in which he went 6-for-60 (.100) with 0 HR and 0 RBI Dickerson ranks among AL leaders in doubles (3, T-5th) and extra-base hits (5, T-9th). SHIPPING UP TO BOSTON Following tonight s series finale, the Rays travel to Boston for a 4-game wrap-around series at Fenway Park that culminates with a Monday morning Patriots Day tilt the Rays are 3-1 all-time in Boston on Patriots Day, earning wins in 1999, 2010, 2012 and losing in 2013, the day of the Boston Marathon attacks this is the Rays first road trip of the season the last time their first trip brought them to New York and Boston was 2005, when they went 1-4 (0-3 at BOS, 1-1 at NYY) under Manager Lou Piniella the Rays first 14 games are against AL East rivals New York, Toronto and Boston. The Rays lost their last 4 games of 2016 vs. Boston and went 7-12 in the season series (4-6 at home, 3-6 at Fenway Park) it was only the second time they lost the season series in the Rays era (since 2008), also going 7-12 in 2013 Tampa Bay is (.512) vs. Boston since becoming the Rays in 2008, the only AL East opponent with a winning record against them during that span their last 3 wins over Boston have come by a one-run margin. SNAP THE SKID RH Chris Archer s 11-game losing streak vs. the Red Sox is the longest since SEA/CWS Floyd Bannister (11) from it s tied for the 3rd-longest vs. BOS since Baseball Reference data is available (1913) ahead of his is PHI-AL Dick Fowler (12) from and PHI-AL Bullet Joe Bush (14) from his losing streak is the longest in Rays history vs. any opponent it s also the longest losing streak by a pitcher vs. any opponent since CWS/TOR Mark Buehrle from vs. NYY (12). Longest Losing Streaks vs. Single Opponent, Club History Chris Archer vs. Red Sox 11 June 12, 2013 Current James Shields vs. Yankees 6 July 30, 2006 May 14, 2008 Joe Kennedy vs. Angels 6 July 18, 2001 July 22, AND COUNTING Yesterday s start by LH Blake Snell was the 407th consecutive Rays game started by a pitcher under the age of 30, the longest current streak in the majors 35-year-old LH Erik Bedard (July 3, 2014 at DET) was the last 30-plus pitcher to start a game for the Rays entering tonight, since June 26, 2006, the Rays have started a pitcher under the age of 30 in 1,642 of their last 1,716 games (96 pct.) including a streak of 764 consecutive games over WHO S MISSING The Rays opened the season with a club-record 7 players on the disabled list (prev. 6, 2015 and 2000): OF Colby Rasmus (10- day, recovery from hip surgery), RH Brad Boxberger (10-day, right flexor strain), INF Matt Duffy (10-day, recovery from Achilles surgery), RH Nathan Eovaldi (60-day, Tommy John surgery), RH Kevin Gadea (60-day, right forearm tendinitis), C Wilson Ramos (60-day, recovery from torn ACL) and RH Shawn Tolleson (60-day, right flexor strain). THE NEW GUYS Nine players have made their Rays debut this season: RH Tommy Hunter, RH Jumbo Díaz, C Derek Norris, OF Peter Bourjos, INF Rickie Weeks Jr., INF Daniel Robertson, OF Mallex Smith, RH Austin Pruitt and C Jesús Sucre Robertson and Pruitt made their major league debuts six players made the Rays Opening Day roster who were not on the 40-man roster at the beginning of spring training: Hunter, Díaz, Norris, Bourjos, Sucre and Weeks Jr. THIS DATE IN RAYS HISTORY April 13, 1998 The Rays trail the Twins at home, 6-0, but battle back to win on a walk-off homer by INF Bobby Smith in the 14th inning it is Smith s first major league home run RH Esteban Yan earns the win by retiring all 15 batters he faces in relief. Upcoming Games Time (ET) Probable Starting Pitchers (Rays vs. Opp.) TV Radio Fri., April 14 at BOS 7:10 p.m. RH Chris Archer (1-0, 2.45) vs. RH Rick Porcello (1-0, 4.38) Fox Sports Sun WDAE 620 AM, WGES 680 (Sp.) Sat., April 15 at BOS 4:05 p.m. RH Jake Odorizzi (1-1, 4.50) vs. LH Chris Sale (0-1, 1.23) Fox Sports Sun WDAE 620 AM, WGES 680 (Sp.) Sun., April 16 at BOS 1:35 p.m. RH Alex Cobb (1-1, 3.46) vs. LH Drew Pomeranz (1-0, 1.50) Fox Sports Sun WDAE 620 AM, Radio Luz 760 AM (Sp.) Mon., April 17 at BOS 11:05 a.m. LH Blake Snell (0-1, 3.18) vs. RH Steven Wright (0-1, 13.50) Fox Sports Sun WDAE 620 AM

2 TONIGHT S STARTER RH MATT ANDRIESE (0-0, 9.00) YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO IP H R ER BB SO HR Avg Durham Tampa Bay Tampa Bay Major League Totals Minor League Totals LAST START On Fri vs. TOR, lasted 4 IP to match his shortest start since the beginning of last season (3rd time) had a 31-pitch 1st, allowing 4 straight 2-out baserunners including a 2-run double by Troy Tulowitzki also yielded a solo homer to Tulowitzki leading off the 4th and a sac fly/e9 to Jose Bautista in the 5th, his last batter faced got ND, as the Rays batted around in the 1st and 6th in the 10-8 win his line: ND, 4 IP, 7 H, 5 R, 4 ER, 1 BB, 4 SO, 1 HR, 85 pit, 54 str. 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 has split time between the starting rotation and bullpen for the Rays over the last two seasons made the Rays Opening Day roster in 2015 and followed Chris Archer, Nathan 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. WINS & LOSSES Enters tonight s start having lost 7 of his last 9 decisions, dating back to June 25, 2016 at BAL had a 7-game losing streak from June 25 Sep 5 last season, becoming the second pitcher in club history with winning streaks and losing streaks of at least 6 games within the same season (Chris Archer, 2015). SHORT STARTS In 2016, he finished at least 7 IP in 3 of his 5 first starts of the season however, in his 15 last starts dating back to the end of last season, his longest start is 6 IP (twice, Sep 24 vs. BOS and Aug 24 vs. BOS) he has failed to finish 6 IP in 13 of his last 15 starts, and has failed to finish 5 IP in 5 of his last 15 starts. IN COMMAND Has yielded 1 BB or fewer in 8 straight starts, dating back to Aug 24, 2016 his 1.76 BB/9 IP ratio last season was the lowest by a Ray (min. 100 IP) since David Price in 2014 (1.21) his 6 starts without a walk in 2016 tied Jake Odorizzi for the team lead. THE LONG BALL Since the All-Star break last season, he has allowed 16 HR in 66.2 IP (2.16 HR/9 IP) in 15 apps (12 starts) in the first half last season, he yielded only 2 HR in 65 IP (0.28 HR/9 IP) in 15 apps (8 starts). SPRING THINGS Went 0-1 with a 6.75 ERA (10.2-IP, 8-ER) in 4 official apps (3 starts) his ERA increased from 2.84 to 6.75 over his final start, March 26 at NYY (4.1-IP, 6-ER) also pitched in a minor league game against a Twins affiliate on March 21 and threw a simulated game between his first two apps of the spring stretched out to 86 pitches but failed to finish 5 IP in any of his apps IN REVIEW Recalled from Triple-A Durham on May 8 and spent the rest of the 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) over 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). EARLY RETURNS Began last season with a 6-0 record, the fifth Ray to start a season at 6-0 or better, joining LH Matt Moore (8-0 in 2013), RH Jeff Niemann (6-0 in 2010), LH J.P. Howell (6-0 in 2008) and RH James Shields (6-0 in 2007) was one of eight pitchers to start the 2016 season 6-0 or better included over this stretch was his first career CG SHO in his second start of last season. STARTER vs. RELIEVER Went 7-7 as a starter with a 4.80 ERA (105-IP, 56-ER) last season as a reliever, was 1-1 with a 2.38 ERA (22.2-IP, 6-ER) with 1 save (July 19 at COL) all 3 saves in his career have been 3 IP or longer, most in club history worked at least 2 innings in 7 of his 10 relief apps. X-RAY REPORT Matt was inducted to the Riverside Sports Hall of Fame in January is one of three baseball players to have his jersey (No. 5) retired at East Valley (Calif.) High School, joining fellow major league pitchers Tyler Chatwood and the late Tommy Hanson, who played ball with Matt s older brother, Bryan Matt remains close friends with Chatwood, one of his high school teammates, and they golf together often in college, Matt recorded a hole-in-one at a course in Riverside, Calif., on a par-3, 200-yard hole 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, SPRING GAME LOG GAME DEC ERA IP H R ER BB SO HR HB WP P/K FINAL OPP. LEFT *3/1 vs. PHI T, /10 at PIT ] /28 L, 4-1 Hutchison down, 1-0 3/15 vs. BOS /40 T, 3-3 Kendrick down, 1-0 **3/21 vs. MIN / /26 at NYY L /51 L, 7-4 Mitchell down, 3-6 TOTAL TOMORROW S STARTER RH CHRIS ARCHER (1-0, 2.45) LAST START On Sat vs. TOR, retired his first 12 BF before Kendry Morales singled leading off the 5th faced the minimum through 5.2 IP until Kevin Pillar s 2-out, 6th-inning single all 3 BB came in his final 2 IP 2 of his 3 BB came around to score, accounting for both runs allowed started the 7th inning with back-to-back walks (1 scored) and started the 8th with a walk and single (the walk scored) last batter faced was a 2-out, 8th-inning go-ahead single by Josh Donaldson, and was in line for the loss prior to Steven Souza Jr. s game-tying single in the bottom half of the inning his line: ND, 7.2 IP, 5 H, 2 R, 3 BB, 8 SO, 114 pit, 72 str. EARLY RETURNS Is one of six starters in the majors to open the year with back-to-back starts of at least 7 IP, joining SF Madison Bumgarner, HOU Dallas Keuchel, STL Mike Leake, BOS Chris Sale and WAS Stephen Strasburg last season, Archer had backto-back starts of 7 IP just once: July 26 at LAD and Aug 1 vs. KC he is the third Ray (fourth time) in to start the team s season with consecutive starts of 7 IP (or more) and 2 runs or fewer, along with Matt Garza (3 starts in 2010; 2 in 2009) and Paul Wilson (2 in 2002). SNAP THE SKID His 11-game losing streak against the Red Sox is the longest since SEA/CWS Floyd Bannister (11) from 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. 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. #16 KEVIN CASH, MANAGER * relief app ** minor league game 2017 SPLITS vs. RH:.417 (5-12), 1-HR vs. LH:.286 (2-7) Home: 0-0, 9.00 ERA (4-IP, 4-ER) Road: -- ANDRIESE vs. YANKEES CAREER Is with a 6.05 ERA (19.1-IP, 13-ER) in 5 career apps (3 starts) against the Yankees as a starter, is 1-2 with a 7.43 ERA (13.1-IP, 11-ER), all starts of 5 IP or less is 1-1 with a 6.30 ERA (10-IP, 7-ER) in 2 career apps (both starts) at Yankee Stadium. it s tied for the 3rd-longest vs. Boston since Baseball Reference data is available (1913) ahead of his is PHI-AL Dick Fowler (12) from and PHI-AL Bullet Joe Bush (14) from his losing streak is the longest in Rays history against any single opponent it s also the longest losing streak by a pitcher against any opponent since CWS/TOR Mark Buehrle from against the Yankees (12). Longest Losing Streaks vs. Single Opponent, Club History Chris Archer vs. Red Sox 11 June 12, 2013 Current James Shields vs. Yankees 6 July 30, 2006 May 14, 2008 Joe Kennedy vs. Angels 6 July 18, 2001 July 22, 2003 vs. BOSTON Is 1-11 with a 5.38 ERA (83.2-IP, 50-ER) in 16 career apps (all starts) against the Red Sox won his first career start against them on Sep 19, 2012, but since then has lost 11 straight decisions (see Snap the Skid above) last season, was 0-5 with a 5.86 ERA in 5 starts vs. Boston, the first in Rays history to lose 5 games to any opponent and the first to lose 5 games to Boston in a season since DET Jim Bunning in 1960 has never won at Fenway Park, going 0-3 with a 7.30 ERA (24.2-IP, 20-ER) in 5 starts and yielding 5 ER or more in 3 of his 5 starts there. 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 #1 TIM BECKHAM, INF Wed: 1-2, E6 Series: 1-5 Stand: 3-21, 2B, BB, 2-R vs. LH:.286 (2-7) 2017:.154/.185/.192, 0-HR, 0-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 1G (.500, 1-2) RISP:.000 (0-8) vs. RH:.105 (2-19) Snapped an 0-for-10 streak yesterday at NYY, but is still 2-for-his-last-20 has struck out in 10 of his 26 AB so far this season (38.5 percent). His only extra-base hit this season was a double in his second at-bat of the year, a 3rd-inning double off Masahiro Tanaka on Opening Day. Has started 8 games, all at shortstop made starts at shortstop (23), second base (16), first base (5), third base (4) and DH (3) last season. Spring Training: Hit.327/.400/.571 (16-for-49) with 8 XBH (5-2B, 2-3B, 1-HR) in 19 games led team with 2 3B, homered on March 10 at PIT. #18 PETER BOURJOS, OF Wed: 1-2 Series: 1-3 Stand: 0-4, RBI, 2-BB, R vs. LH:.200 (1-5) 2017:.143/.333/.143, 0-HR, 1-RBI, 1-SB Current Hitting Streak: 1G (.500, 1-2) RISP:.000 (0-2) vs. RH:.000 (0-2) Had his first hit as a Ray yesterday at NYY, a 3rd-inn. single off Jordan Montgomery is 1-for-7 to start the season; RBI groundout on Fri vs. TOR. Has appeared in 5 games and made 3 starts, all in LF against opposing left-handed starters hit.301/.333/.361 (25-for-83) against LHP in Last name is pronunced BORE-jus acquired from the White Sox toward the end of spring and made his seventh career Opening Day roster. Spring Training: Combined to hit.362/.383/.586 (21-for-58) with 4 2B, 3 3B and 1 HR in 22 spring games between the White Sox and Rays. Was one of a club-record four non-roster invites to make the Opening Day roster, along with RH Tommy Hunter, C Jesús Sucre and INF Rickie Weeks Jr. #10 COREY DICKERSON, OF Wed: 1-4, 2B, RBI Series: 1-8, 2B, RBI Stand: 9-25, 2-2B, 2-HR, 4-RBI, 2-BB, 4-R vs. LH:.333 (3-9) 2017:.303/.343/.576, 2-HR, 5-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 1G (.250, 1-4) RISP:.333 (3-9) vs. RH:.292 (7-24), 2-HR Has reached in all 4 PA in his career against Luis Severino (BB, BB, HR, 2B) has made 7 starts this year, incl. 6 batting leadoff against RHP. Since the start of last season, his 7 HR against the Yankees are tied with TB Brad Miller and BAL Mark Trumbo for the most in the majors. Tied with Evan Longoria and Logan Morrison for the team lead with 2 HR ranks among AL leaders in doubles (3, T-5th) and extra-base hits (5, T- 9th) last homered on Sun vs. TOR, off Marco Estrada to the opposite field first homer of the season led off the game on April 5 vs. NYY. In the 11th inning on Sat vs. TOR, was the first Ray to ever be intentionally walked on the new no-pitch IBB rule added an RBI single in the 5th. Spring Training: Tied 1B/OF Jake Bauers for the team lead with 4 HR and led the team in hits hit.379/.410/.603 (22-for-58) in 22 games. #39 KEVIN KIERMAIER, CF Wed: 1-4, HBP Series: 1-7 Stand: 8-27, 2B, 3B, 5-BB, 4-R vs. LH:.250 (3-12) 2017:.265/.375/.353, 0-HR, 0-RBI, 2-SB Current Hitting Streak: 1G (.250, 1-4) RISP:.000 (0-6) vs. RH:.273 (6-22) Is a career.326/.368/.607 (29-for-89) hitter with 4 2B, 3 3B and 5 HR at Yankee Stadium, including his only career multi-hr game, Sep 8, Had a season-high 3 hits on Sun vs. TOR, including his first triple of the season had his first career ejection, by HP umpire Mike Muchlinski. Has started all 9 games in CF ranks T-8th in the AL with 2 SB has recorded a.354 OBP since moving to the No. 2 spot on Aug 2, Won the AL Gold Glove Award for CF last year for the second consecutive season, joining Evan Longoria (2009, 2010) as the only players to win multiple Gold Glove Awards in franchise history led major league CF with 25 Defensive Runs Saved despite missing 48 games due to injury. Spring Training: Hit.273/.385/.318 (12-for-44) with 2 2B, 8 BB and 2 SB in 19 games played 81 innings in CF and 18 innings as the DH. #3 EVAN LONGORIA, 3B Wed: 0-3, BB, 2-R Series: 1-6, 2B, BB, 2-R Stand: 6-26, 2-HR, 5-RBI, 5-BB, 4-R vs. LH:.333 (3-9), 1-HR 2017:.219/.333/.438, 2-HR, 5-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-3 RISP:.143 (1-7) vs. RH:.174 (4-23), 1-HR Has 33 HR vs. NYY, tied for most among actives with José Bautista (33) incl. 31 HR while playing 3B, 2nd all-time to BAL Brooks Robinson (34). Broke up Michael Pineda s perfect game bid on Mon at NYY after 6.2 IP with a 7th-inning double, the first of two hits recorded by the Rays. Has started all 9 games at 3B since the start of the 2013 season, leads the majors with 651 games played next is SEA Kyle Seager (648). Has made nine straight Opening Day starts at 3B, longest active streak among 3B in the majors broke a tie with Carl Crawford for most Opening Day starts in club history only 8 other other players have made 9 consecutive Opening Day starts ( ) for the same team: WAS Ryan Zimmerman, CIN Joey Votto, BOS Dustin Pedroia, STL Yadier Molina, BAL Adam Jones, DET Miguel Cabrera, MIL Ryan Braun and TEX Elvis Andrus. Spring Training: Hit.239/.286/.326 (11-for-46) with 1 2B, 1 HR and 4 RBI in 17 games, appearing in 80 innings at 3B and 10 innings as the DH. #13 BRAD MILLER, INF Wed: 0-2 (PH in 7th) Series: 0-5 Stand: 5-26, 2B, 3-RBI, 6-BB, 4-R vs. LH:.111 (1-9) 2017:.161/.297/.194, 0-HR, 3-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-7 RISP:.200 (2-10) vs. RH:.182 (4-22) Since the start of last season, his 7 HR against the Yankees are tied with TB Corey Dickerson and BAL Mark Trumbo for the most in the majors. Ranks T-7th in the AL with 6 BB hitless in his last 7 AB and is 1-for-his-last-14, but had 3 BB on Sat vs. TOR and 2 BB on Sun vs. TOR. Had the first walk-off PA of his career, an 11th-inning bases-loaded walk on Sat vs. TOR was the first Ray whose first walk-off RBI was via walk. Has appeared in 9 games with 8 starts, all at 2B prior to this year, had made 18 career starts at 2B, but none since Sep 6, 2015 at OAK. In 2016, hit 30 HR in 152 games in his first season with the Rays, surpassing his career total (29) in 343 games over three seasons with the Mariners ranked 2nd on the team to Evan Longoria with 30 HR, 81 RBI and.482 SLG, and became the sixth Ray all-time with a 30-HR season. Spring Training: Hit.214/.224/.286 (12-for-56) with 1 2B, 1 HR and 7 RBI in 21 games, spending time at 2B (100 innings) at SS (10 innings). #7 LOGAN MORRISON, 1B Wed: 0-1 (def. rep.) Series: 1-4, HR, RBI, R Stand: 8-24, HR, 5-RBI, 2-R vs. LH:.333 (1-3) 2017:.321/.321/.536, 2-HR, 6-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-1 RISP:.300 (3-10) vs. RH:.320 (8-25), 2-HR Has already passed his hits total from April 2016 (6-for-60) last season, didn t get his 9th hit until May 9, or his 2nd HR and 6th RBI until May 22. Both his homers this year have come against the Yankees (both solo), off Masahiro Tanaka on Opening Day and Michael Pineda on Mon at NYY. Has appeared in 9 games with 6 starts (6-1B) all his starts have been batting sixth against right-handed pitchers 25 of his 28 AB are vs. RHP. Had 3 hits on Opening Day vs. NYY, tying a club record was the first Rays 1B to homer on Opening Day since Carlos Peña s grand slam in Spring Training: 29-year-old made his spring debut on March 8 vs. Colombia, returning from offseason wrist surgery hit.188 (6-for-32) in 12 games. #33 DEREK NORRIS, C Wed: 1-4 Series: 1-7 Stand: 4-18, 4-RBI, BB, 3-R vs. LH:.375 (3-8) 2017:.200/.222/.200, 0-HR, 4-RBI, 1-SB Current Hitting Streak: 1G (.250, 1-4) RISP:.286 (2-7) vs. RH:.118 (2-17) Still seeking his first multi-hit game of the year all 5 hits have been singles; thrown out yesterday at NYY attempting to stretch a single to a double. Has made 7 starts, all at catcher opposing base stealers have been successful on all 4 attempts this season, including 3-for-3 so far this series. His 4 RBI are T-5th among AL catchers had consecutive multi-rbi games in his third and fourth games this season on April 5 vs. NYY, had the first SB by a Rays catcher since Sep 2014 was the second catcher in Rays history with 2 RBI and a SB in a game (Josh Paul on Aug 5, 2006 vs. BOS). Spring Training: Released by the Nationals on March 15 combined to hit.321 (9-for-28) with 2 HR in 13 games between the Nationals and Rays. #29 DANIEL ROBERTSON, INF Wed: 1-3, BB Series: 1-3, BB Stand: 3-10, R vs. LH:.200 (1-5) 2017:.308/.357/.308, 0-HR, 0-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 3G (.444, 4-9) RISP: (2-2) vs. RH:.375 (3-8) Has made 4 starts (2-DH, 1-2B, 1-SS) has a 3-game hitting streak since going hitless in his ML debut all 4 career hits have been singles. Had his first career multi-hit game on Sun vs. TOR first career hit was Fri vs. TOR, a 1st-inning single off Francisco Liriano (in his fifth career at-bat). Was the sixth player in club history to make his major league debut as the starting DH, first since Vince Belnome on July 3, 2014 at DET was 23 years, 13 days old for his debut, the youngest positional player to debut for the Rays since OF Wil Myers on June 18, 2013 at BOS (22.190). Spring Training: Hit.268/.346/.286 (15-for-56) in 23 games, including.480 (12-for-25) in his final 8 games appeared at shortstop (90 innings), third base (20 innings), second base (16 innings) and in left field (10 innings) it was his first professional experience in the outfield. #0 MALLEX SMITH, OF Wed: 1-2 (PH in 7th) Series: 1-5 Stand: 4-16, 2B, 3-BB, 2-R vs. LH:.000 (0-1) 2017:.238/.333/.286, 0-HR, 0-RBI, 3-SB Current Hitting Streak: 1G (.500, 1-2) RISP:.250 (1-4) vs. RH:.250 (5-20) Has had 4 bunt attempts, 2nd in the majors to SD Travis Jankowski (5) his only bunt single came on Opening Day vs. NYY off Masahiro Tanaka. Has made 6 starts in LF, all in the No. 8 spot in the batting order vs. RHP ranks T-3rd in the AL with 3 SB (0 CS); has 19 SB in 79 career games. On Sat vs. TOR, reached a career-high 5 times with a career-high 3 BB had his first XBH as a Ray, an 11th-inning 2B (scored the game-winning run) had the third multi-sb game of his career, joining Carl Crawford (twice) as the only Rays to ever reach 5 times and record 2 SB no No. 8 or No. 9 hitter in the majors could match his combination of times on base (5), walks (3) and SB (2) since MTL Maicer Izturis on Sep 7, 2004 at CHC. Spring Training: Hit.158/.233/.184 (6-for-38) in 17 games and tied for the team lead with 4 SB saw action at all three of the outfield positions.

4 #20 STEVEN SOUZA JR., OF Wed: 1-5, 2B, R Series: 1-8, 2B, R Stand: 10-24, 3-2B, HR, 6-RBI, 6-BB, 3-R vs. LH:.333 (3-9) 2017:.344/.447/.563, 1-HR, 6-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 1G (.200, 1-5) RISP:.333 (3-9) vs. RH:.348 (8-23), 1-HR Has reached base in 16 of his last 17 games, dating back to Sep 11, 2016, and is batting.356/.465/.542 (21-for-59) with 2 HR over this span. Ranks among AL leaders in avg. (344, T-8th), OBP (.447, 9th), hits (11, T-5th), 2B (4, T-2nd), XBH (5, T-9th), walks (6, T-7th) and times on base (17, T-3rd). Has only struck out five times in 38 PA, averaging a strikeout every 7.6 PA compared to once every 2.94 PA last season (159-SO, 468-PA) that mark would have been the highest frequency in the majors if he had enough plate appearances to qualify, ahead of BAL Chris Davis (3.04 PA/SO). Had game-tying or go-ahead hits in 3 straight games Fri-Sun vs. TOR, including a go-ahead 3-run homer on Sun all 6 RBI came in those 3 games. Has started all 9 games in RF missed more than 30 games in 2016 due to hip injuries, including a DL stint for 17 games from June 15 July 1 due to a left hip strain played his final game on Sep 18 at BAL, and on Sep 21 underwent surgery to debride a labral tear and impingement of his left hip. Spring Training: Hit.370/.408/.630 (17-for-46) in 17 games reached base in his final 6 PA, incl. a homer that left the ballpark in his last at-bat. #45 JESÚS SUCRE, C Wed: DNP Series: DNP Stand: 2-7, HR, 3-RBI, R vs. LH:.000 (0-1) 2017:.286/.286/.714, 1-HR, 3-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 1G (.500, 2-4) RISP: (1-1) vs. RH:.333 (2-6), 1-HR On Sun vs. TOR, had a career-high 3 RBI (prev. 2, 3x-last Sep 25, 2016 at MIN, with SEA), on a solo homer and 2-run single his first hit as a Ray was his third career homer and the first of his career on an 0-2 pitch, the first Rays catcher to do that since Curt Casali on Aug 18, 2015 at HOU. Has appeared in 3 games with 2 starts at catcher has 2 HR in his last 12 AB, dating back to the end of 2016, compared to 1 HR in his first 237 AB. Was one of a club-record four non-roster invites to make the Opening Day roster, along with OF Peter Bourjos, RH Tommy Hunter and INF Rickie Weeks Jr. Spring Training: Appeared in 70 innings at catcher and 6 innings as the DH hit.258/.294/.484 (8-for-31) with 1 2B, 2 HR and 5 RBI in 16 games. #8 RICKIE WEEKS JR., INF Wed: 1-3, HR, 2-RBI, R Series: 1-3, HR, 2-RBI, R Stand: 2-8, 2B, BB, R vs. LH:.250 (1-4), 1-HR 2017:.273/.333/.636, 1-HR, 2-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 1G (.333, 1-3) RISP:.000 (0-5) vs. RH:.286 (2-7) His 1st-inning, 2-run homer yesterday at NYY was his first home run and RBI(s) as a Ray removed from the game following a 6th-inning collision at first base with NYY Brett Gardner as a precaution with neck and shoulder soreness he is day-to-day with a bone bruise and whiplash. Last season, 6 of his 9 HR were vs. LHP, as have 16 of his 20 HR since the start of 2014 has a career.459 SLG against LHP (.409 vs. RHP). Has appeared in 5 games with 3 starts (3-1B) all 3 starts have come off opposing lefties, batting cleanup is his first career experience at 1B. Was one of a club-record four non-roster invites to make the Opening Day roster, along with OF Peter Bourjos, RH Tommy Hunter and C Jesús Sucre. Spring Training: Played 62 innings at 1B a position he had never played in the majors and 33 innings at DH hit.244 (10-for-41) with 3 HR. RAYS BULLPEN NOTES #31 XAVIER CEDEÑO, LH Last App: 4/12 at NYY (0.0-IP, 1-H, 1-R, 0-ER, 0-BB, 0-SO) Saves-Opps: 0-1 vs. LH:.667 (2-3) 2017: 1-0-0, 0.00 ERA, 4 G Long Relief App: 0.1, 2x-last 4/8 vs. TOR IR-RS: 6-4 vs. RH:.000 (0-1) Has made 4 apps so far this season, 2 apps of 0.1 IP and 2 apps of 0.0 IP has faced 8 batters, having yielded 2 hits, 1 run (unearned) and 3 BB (all vs. right-handed batters) and allowing one batter to reach via his own E1 has thrown a total of 39 pitches this season to record 2 outs. On Fri vs. TOR, became the first relief pitcher to yield a pair of bases-loaded walks and earn the win since CLE Jim Kern on July 23, 1977 at BOS, according to Elias the only other pitcher in Rays history to do that and earn the win was starter Tanyon Sturtze on Aug 18, 2002 vs. KC. In his Rays career, has faced 188 left-handed batters and has yielded only 1 HR to MIN Eddie Rosario on Aug 25, 2015 since then, has faced 109 lefties without allowing a homer limited left-handed batters to a.197 avg. (15-for-76) last season with only 2 XBH both doubles. Spring Training: Made 8 apps (1 start), going 1-0 with a 1.17 ERA (7.2-IP, 1-ER) made 2 unofficial apps (vs. Colombia, intrasquad game). #37 ALEX COLOMÉ, RH Last App: 4/8 vs. TOR (1.0-IP, 0-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 1-SO) Saves-Opps: 3-3 vs. LH:.286 (2-7) 2017: 0-0-3, 0.00 ERA, 4 G Long Relief App: 1.1, 4/7 vs. TOR IR-RS: 3-1 vs. RH:.000 (0-6) Has retired his last 8 BF, including a perfect 9th inning in a tie game on Sat vs. TOR his 3 saves rank T-2nd in the majors and T-1st in the AL. On Fri vs. TOR, earned his major-league-leading seventh save of 1.1 IP or more since the start of 2016, breaking a tie with TOR Roberto Osuna. 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. Emerged as the Rays closer last season and was named to his first All-Star Team, converting 37 of 40 save chances (92.5 pct.) compiled a 1.91 ERA (56.2-IP, 12-ER) last season, becoming the third in Rays history to record 35-plus saves and a sub-2.00 ERA. #17 JUMBO DÍAZ, RH Last App: 4/12 at NYY (0.2-IP, 3-H, 3-R, 2-ER, 1-BB, 0-SO) Saves-Opps: -- vs. LH:.222 (2-9) 2017: 0-1-0, 3.60 ERA, 5 G Long Relief App: 2.0, 4/9 vs. TOR IR-RS: 6-2 vs. RH:.200 (2-10) Yielded 3 hits, 3 runs and 2 earned runs yesterday at NYY, exceeding his totals from his first 4 apps of the season (1 hit, no runs) allowed a gametying single to Aaron Judge in the 6th, a liner off the bat at mph according to Statcast, the hardest-hit ball of the 2017 season so far. Retired all 6 BF on Sun vs. TOR, incl. four pop outs, matching the longest app of his career (8th time, last Oct 2, 2016 vs. CHC, with CIN). Claimed off waivers from Cincinnati on March 10 and went on to make his third straight Opening Day roster had a 3.14 ERA in 45 apps last year. Spring Training: Pitched for the Dominican Republic in the WBC and did not join the Rays this spring until March 22 pitched to a ERA (1.2- IP, 2-ER) in 2 apps in the WBC, both vs. USA combined for a 9.00 ERA (8-IP, 8-ER) in 7 apps between Cincinnati and the Rays. #43 DANNY FARQUHAR, RH Last App: 4/12 at NYY (1.0-IP, 0-H, 0-R, 1-BB, 0-SO) Saves-Opps: -- vs. LH:.000 (0-7) 2017: 0-0-0, 1.93 ERA, 4 G Long Relief App: 1.2, 4/7 vs. TOR IR-RS: -- vs. RH:.364 (4-11), 1-HR Had a scoreless 8th yesterday at NYY, pitching around a 2-out walk to Aaron Hicks four of his 5 apps so far this season have been scoreless. His only run allowed this season was a solo homer to Josh Donaldson on Fri vs. TOR has yielded 18 HR since 2015, T-2nd among AL relievers. Spring Training: Had a 3.38 ERA (10.2-IP, 4-ER) over a team-high-tying 9 apps and made 2 unofficial apps (Colombia, Twins minor leaguers). Made 35 apps over five stints last year in his first season with the Rays: Opening Day April 23, May 14, June 25 (G2), June 27 July 4 and Aug 6 through season s end led the Rays bullpen with 24 apps during his final stint, compiling a 1.46 ERA (24.2-IP, 4-ER) with 36 SO (13.1 SO/9 IP). #49 TOMMY HUNTER, RH Last App: 4/9 vs. TOR (1.0-IP, 1-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 0-SO) Saves-Opps: -- vs. LH:.000 (0-4) 2017: 0-0-0, 0.00 ERA, 4 G Long Relief App: 1.1, 4/6 vs. TOR IR-RS: 4-0 vs. RH:.125 (1-8) Had a scoreless 9th on Sun vs. TOR, pitching around a 2-out 2B by Jose Bautista it s his only hit allowed in 4 apps spanning 3.2 IP this season. Was one of a club-record four non-roster invites to make the Opening Day roster, along with OF Peter Bourjos, C Jesús Sucre and INF Rickie Weeks Jr. Spring Training: Had a 2.70 ERA (10-IP, 3-ER) over a team-high-tying 9 apps; also pitched in an unofficial game against Red Sox minor leaguers. 30-year-old has been used exclusively as a reliever since the 2013 season is with a 3.20 ERA (245-IP, 87-ER) and 16 saves in 223 apps over that span while limiting right-handed batters to a.214 avg. had a combined 3.18 ERA (34-IP, 12-ER) with the Indians and Orioles last season. #50 AUSTIN PRUITT, RH Last App: 4/10 at NYY (0.2-IP, 4-H, 3-R, 2-ER, 0-BB, 0-SO, 1-HR) Saves-Opps: -- vs. LH:.857 (6-7) 2017: 0-0-0, ERA, 4 G Long Relief App: 1.0, 4/4 vs. NYY IR-RS: 1-1 vs. RH:.273 (3-11), 1-HR Has yielded run(s) in all 4 apps this season (his first 4 career apps); his run allowed on Opening Day vs. NYY was unearned on Mon at NYY, replaced Alex Cobb in the 8th and yielded hits to his first 4 BF (3B, HR, 1B, 1B) the homer by Starlin Castro was the first allowed of his career. Last season was named Most Valuable Player for Durham by the Rays Baseball Operations department spent the entire season with the Bulls, recording a career-best 28 starts, IP, 149 SO and 1.19 WHIP his 149 SO ranked 2nd in the Int l. League to teammate Jaime Schultz (163). Was one of two players on the Opening Day roster with no ML service time the last time that happened was 2007 (Elijah Dukes, Aki Iwamura). Spring Training: Went 1-1 and led the Rays with a 3.24 ERA (min. 15 IP) over 9 apps (2 starts) stretched out to 4 IP on March 23 vs. NYY. #30 ERASMO RAMÍREZ, RH Last App: 4/12 at NYY (1.2-IP, 2-H, 2-R, 0-BB, 0-SO, 1-HR) Saves-Opps: -- vs. LH:.200 (1-5) 2017: 1-0-0, 3.38 ERA, 3 G Long Relief App: 2.0, 4/5 vs. NYY IR-RS: 3-1 vs. RH:.154 (2-13), 1-HR All 3 apps this season have been 1.2 IP or longer yielded a 7th-inning, 2-run homer to Aaron Judge yesterday at NYY, his 15th HR allowed since the start of last year most among AL relievers over that span on Sat vs. TOR, retired all 5 BF and got his first win since May 7, 2016 at LAA. Spring Training: Made his debut in an unofficial game vs. Colombia on March 8 went on to post a 2.53 ERA (10.2-IP, 3-ER) in 6 apps (3 starts). In 2016, made a team-leading 64 apps (1 start) in his first full season as a reliever his 85 IP as a reliever led the AL and was 2nd in the majors included was a major-league-leading 35 relief apps of 4 outs or more as well as 20 relief apps of at least 2 IP, tied for the most in the majors. His 11 losses as a reliever last season were the most by a major leaguer since LAA Scot Shields (11) in 2005 and set a club record.

5 RAYS PITCHING BY THE NUMBERS W-L-S G ERA IP H ER BB SO HR Totals Starters Relievers Home Road April LAST HR OFF 17 MOST HITS GAME 17 MOST RBI GAME Beckham 7/30/16 vs. NYY Swarzak 1, 4x-last, 4/12 at NYY - Bourjos 9/8/16 at WAS Cole 1, 4/12 at NYY 1, 4/7 vs. TOR Dickerson 4/9/17 vs. TOR Estrada 2, 3x-last, 4/7 vs. TOR 2, 4/5 vs. NYY Kiermaier 9/14/16 at TOR Estrada 3, 4/9 vs. TOR - Longoria 4/7/17 vs. TOR Liriano 2, 4/2 vs. NYY 3, 4/2 vs. NYY Miller 9/21/16 vs. NYY Warren 2, 4/2 vs. NYY 2, 4/7 vs. TOR Morrison 4/10/17 at NYY Pineda 3, 4/2 vs. NYY 3, 4/2 vs. NYY Norris 9/24/16 vs. SF Bumgarner 1, 5x-last, 4/12 at NYY 2, 2x-last, 4/7 vs. TOR Robertson - - 2, 4/9 vs. TOR - Smith 5/17/16 at PIT Caminero 2, 2x-last, 4/8 vs. TOR - Souza Jr. 4/9/17 vs. TOR Estrada 3, 4/6 vs. TOR 3, 4/9 vs. TOR Sucre 4/9/17 vs. TOR Estrada 2, 4/9 vs. TOR 3, 4/9 vs. TOR Weeks Jr. 4/12/17 at NYY Montgomery 2, 4/7 vs. TOR 2, 4/12 at NYY RAYS BY THE NUMBERS Current Streak: L2 When commit error: 2-3 Hit homer: 4-2 Current Record: 5-4 Ahead after 6-7-8: 5-0/4-0/4-0 Homer with men on: 3-1 Home/Road: 5-2/0-2 Behind after 6-7-8: 0-4/0-4/0-4 Hit multiple homers: 2-0 Day/Night: 2-2/3-2 Tied after 6-7-8: 0-0/1-0/1-0 Score first: 3-1 Grass/Turf: 0-2/5-2 1-run games: 1-0 Score 5 or more: 3-0 vs. East: run games: 1-0 Score less than 5: 2-4 vs. Central: 0-0 Extra innings: 1-0 Outhit opponents: 4-2 vs. West: 0-0 Win in last at-bat: 1 Outhit by opponents: 0-2 vs. National League: 0-0 Come-from-behind wins: 3 Collect 10 or more hits: 2-0 vs. RH/LH starters: 4-2/1-2 Opp. come-from-behind wins: 1 Opp. 10 or more hits: 1-1 Series W-L-T (home): Series W-L-T (road): Wearing white/gray/navy/lt. blue: 3-2/0-2/0-0/2-0 RUN SUPPORT FOR STARTING PITCHERS PITCHER STARTS RUNS RUNS/START RUNS/9-IP CLUB RECORD QUALITY Andriese Archer Cobb Odorizzi Snell RAYS SEASON HIGHS TEAM BATTING INDIVIDUAL BATTING Longest win streak 3, 4/7-4/9 Most runs, game, TB 2, 4x-last, Longoria, 4/12 at NYY Long loss streak 2, 4/10-Current Most runs, game, Opp 2, 7x-last, Headley/Judge, 4/12 at NYY Most runs game, TB 10, 4/7 vs. TOR Most hits, game, TB 3, 3x-last, Kiermaier, 4/9 vs. TOR Most runs game, Opp 8, 3x-last, 4/12 at NYY Most hits, game, Opp 3, 3x-last, Ellsbury, 4/5 vs. NYY Most runs, inn, TB 5, 4/7 vs. TOR (1st) Most 2B, game, TB 2, Souza Jr., 4/6 vs. TOR Most runs, inn, Opp 5, 4/10 at NYY (8th) Most 2B, game, Opp 1,14x-last, Ellsbury/Holliday, 4/10 at NYY Most hits, game, TB 13, 2x-last, 4/7 vs. TOR Most HR, game, TB 1, 8x-last, Weeks Jr., 4/12 at NYY Most hits, game, Opp 11, 4/7 vs. TO Most HR, game, Opp 1, 11x-last, Judge, 4/12 at NYY Most hits, inn, TB 5, 4/5 vs. NYY (2nd) Most RBI, game, TB 3, 4x-last, Souza Jr./Sucre, 4/9 vs. TOR Most hits, inn, Opp 5, 2x-last, 4/10 at NYY (8th) Most RBI, game, Opp 4, 2x-last, Tulowitzki, 4/7 vs. TOR Most doubles, game, TB 4, 4/7 vs. TOR Most x-base hits, game, TB 2, Souza Jr., 4/6 vs. TOR Most doubles, game, Opp 4, 2x-last, 4/7 vs. TOR Most x-base hits, game, Opp 2, 2x-last, Donaldson/Tulowitzki, 4/7 vs. TOR Most HR, game, TB 3, 4/9 vs. TOR Most steals, game, TB 2, Smith, 4/8 vs. TOR Most HR, game, Opp 3, 4/10 at NYY Most steals, game, Opp 2, Gardner, 4/10 at NYY Most x-base hits, game, TB 5, 4/7 vs. TOR Hitting Streak 6, Souza Jr., April 4 April 10 Most x-base hits, game, Opp 6, 3x-last, 4/10 at NYY TEAM/INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Most stolen bases, game, TB 2, 3x-last, 4/8 vs. TOR Most SO, TB Starter 8, Archer, 4/8 vs. TOR Most stolen bases, game, Opp 2, 4/10 at NYY Most SO, Opp Starter 11, Pineda, 4/10 at NYY Most walks, game, TB 9, 4/8 vs. TOR Most SO, TB Reliever 3, Hunter, 4/6 vs. TOR Most walks, game, Opp 5, 3x-last, 4/12 at NYY Most IP, TB Reliever 2.0, 2x-last, Díaz, 4/9 vs. TOR Most strikeouts, game, TB 14, 4/7 vs. TOR Most walks, game, TB 5, Snell, 4/6 vs. TOR Most strikeouts, game, Opp 12, 4/8 vs. TOR Most walks, game, Opp 4, Liriano, 4/7 vs. TOR Most LOB, game, TB 26, 4/8 vs. TOR Most SO, Team, TB 12, 4/8 vs. TOR Most LOB, game, Opp 23, 4/12 at NYY Most walks, Team, TB 5, 3x-last, 4/12 at NYY Most errors, game, TB 2, 2x-last, 4/12 at NYY Low-Hit Game 5, 2x-last, 4/6 vs. TOR Most errors, game, Opp 1, 4x-last, 4/12 at NYY Consecutive Scoreless IP 11.0, Archer, April 2 April 8 Longest game, time 3:55, 4/8 vs. TOR Shortest game, time 2:37, 4/10 at NYY Longest game, time (9 inn.) 3:53, 4/7 vs. TOR Shortest game, time (9 inn.) 2:37, 4/10 at NYY Grand Slams (-): - Back-to-Back (-): - 2-HR games (-): - 3-HR games (-): - LAST HR & PLAYER SEASON HIGHS HOME RUNS Pinch-hit (-): - Walk-off (-): - Lead-off (1): Dickerson-1 (4/5 vs. NYY, M. Pineda) Inside-the-park (-): - HOME RUNS 1R 2R 3R GS TOTAL Dickerson 2 2 Longoria 2 2 Morrison 2 2 Souza Jr. 1 1 Sucre 1 1 Weeks Jr. 1 1 Beckham Bourjos Kiermaier Miller Norris Robertson Smith TOTALS CATCHERS PCT CS ATT Norris Sucre TOTALS MISC. Game-Tying & Go-Ahead RBI: Souza Jr. (4), Dickerson (3), Longoria (2), Miller (2), Norris (1), Weeks Jr. (1) 2-Out RBI: Souza Jr. (3), Sucre (3), Dickerson (2), Longoria (2), Norris (2), Weeks Jr., (2), Miller (1) Outfield Assists (0): - Bunt Singles (1): Smith (1) Ejections (1): Kiermaier-1 (4/9 vs. TOR, 7th inn.) Batted Around (2): 4/7 vs. TOR (1st inn., 10 batters; 6th inn., 9 batters) CATWALKS 1. April 5 vs. NYY Logan Morrison single off the B-ring catwalk in right field off Michael Pineda (2nd inning). 2. April 7 vs. TOR Rickie Weeks Jr. double off the B-ring catwalk in left field...off Dominic Leone (2nd inning). WALK-OFF WINS 1. April 8 vs. TOR (W 3-2) - Brad Miller basesloaded walk off Casey Lawrence (11th inning) WALK-OFF LOSSES - RUNS BY INNING X Total Opponent Tampa Bay INSTANT REPLAY CHALLENGES GAME CHALLENGED BY INN. PLAYER OF REFERENCE INITIAL CALL RULING 4/2 vs. NYY New York-AL T1 Matt Holliday Out at 1B Stands 4/2 vs. NYY Tampa Bay T2 Starlin Castro Safe at 1B Stands 4/4 vs. NYY New York-AL B3 Daniel Robertson Safe at 1B Overturned 4/5 vs. NYY Tampa Bay B2 Steven Souza Jr. HP Collision (No Violation) Confirmed 4/5 vs. NYY Tampa Bay B2 Steven Souza Jr. Out at Home Stands 4/5 vs. NYY New York-AL B2 Kevin Kiermaier Safe at 2B Overturned 4/6 vs. TOR Tampa Bay B5 Steven Souza Jr. HP Collision (No Violation) Confirmed 4/6 vs. TOR Tampa Bay B5 Steven Souza Jr. Out at Home Confirmed 4/7 vs. TOR Toronto T4 Justin Smoak Out at 1B Confirmed 4/7 vs. TOR Tampa Bay B7 Peter Bourjos Out at 2B Overturned 4/8 vs. TOR Toronto B9 Mallex Smith Safe at 2B Confirmed 4/8 vs. TOR Umpires T10 Russell Martin No Hit by Pitch Stands 4/10 at NYY Umpires T8 Logan Morrison No Home Run Overturned 4/10 at NYY Umpires B8 Starlin Castro Home Run Stands 4/12 at NYY Tampa Bay T4 Derek Norris Out at 2B Stands 4/12 at NYY New York-AL T5 Rickie Weeks Jr. Safe at 2B Overturned Rays Totals (bold): 7 challenges (1 overturned, 3 stand, 3 confirmed) Opp Totals: 6 challenges (3 overturned, 1 stand, 2 confirmed) Umpire Totals: 3 challenges (0 record keeping, 1 overturned, 2 stand, 0 confirmed)

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