FRIDAY, JULY 14, 2017 at LOS ANGELES ANGELS RH Jake Faria (4-0, 2.11) vs. RH Ricky Nolasco (4-10, 5.06)

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1 FRIDAY, JULY 14, 2017 at LOS ANGELES ANGELS RH Jake Faria (4-0, 2.11) vs. RH Ricky Nolasco (4-10, 5.06) First Pitch: 10:07 p.m. ET Location: Angel Stadium, Anaheim, Calif. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio: WDAE 620 AM Game No.: 91 (47-43) Road Game No.: 45 (20-24) All-Time Game No.: 3,167 (1,467-1,699) All-Time Road Game No.: 1,581 ( ) April: May: June: July: 5-3 PROGRAMMING ALERT Fox Sports Sun has added 3 games to their broadcast schedule: July 17 at OAK, July 26 vs. BAL and Aug 24 vs. TOR. VERY NICE Happy birthday to Rays bullpen coach Stan Boroski. ROSTER MOVE Yesterday the Rays placed OF Colby Rasmus on the restricted list, following his decision to step away from the game Rasmus had been on the 10-day disabled list since June 23, retroactive to June 19, with left hip tendinitis. RAY MATTER Tonight the Rays open a 6-game West Coast road trip, visiting the Angels and A s for 3 games each, to kick off the second half on Sunday the Rays moved into a virtual tie with the Yankees for second place in the AL East, the first time they held a share of second since they were 5-4 through April 12 and the first time this late in the season since end of play July 24, 2015 (49-49, T-2nd with Toronto) the Rays and Yankees are both 3.5 GB of A.L. EAST STANDINGS Boston New York Tampa Bay Baltimore Toronto A.L. WILD CARD STANDINGS New York Tampa Bay Minnesota Kansas City first-place Boston while the Yankees open a 4-game weekend series at Fenway Park tonight, the Rays begin their second-half schedule with 12 consecutive games against teams that reached the break under.500 through June 12, the Yankees were a season-high-tying 15 games over.500, up 4.0 games on Boston and up 6.5 games on the Rays since then, the Rays have gone and the Yankees have gone The Rays took 3 of 4 games from Boston at home leading into the All- Star break, and in the last 2 games defeated RH Rick Porcello and LH David Price the first time in club history the Rays have defeated former Cy Young winners in back-to-back games. A win tonight would put the Rays at 5 games over.500 for the first time since they were through June 30, 2015 and the first time this late in the season since finishing the 2013 season at the Rays, Cubs and Angels are the only three teams in baseball that have remained within 4 games of.500 (above or below) all season. The Rays have won or split 14 of their last 17 series (10-3-4), dating back to May at BOS. In extra innings, the Rays are 6-3 and have won 5 straight. BETTER AT THE BREAK The Rays reached the All-Star break with a winning record (47-43) for the eighth time in 10 seasons of the Rays era (since 2008) their 13-win improvement over 2016 (34-54) matched the Twins for the largest increase in the AL not only were the Rays 17.5 GB of first place a year ago, but they were 10.0 GB of any other team in the AL East (NYY in 4th) this is their best record at the break since 2013, when they made their last postseason appearance as the AL Wild Card team see chart below for a breakdown of where the Rays stood at the All-Star break and where they went on to finish (years where reached postseason in bold). Year Record at All-Star Break Season Finish (2nd, -0.5) (1st, +2.0) (3rd, -6.5) (3rd, -19.0) (2nd, -2.0) (1st, +1.0) (3rd, -6.0) (2nd, -6.0) (3rd, -7.5) (3rd, -5.0) (2nd, -2.5) (2nd, -5.5) (T-4th, -9.5) (4th, -19.0) (2nd, -3.5) (4th, -13.0) (5th, -17.5) (5th, -25.0) (T-2nd, -3.5) BREAK DANCING The Rays 133 HR are their most ever at the All-Star break (prev. 118 in 2016), their 428 runs scored are their most since 2013 (449), and their.257 avg. is 17 points higher than both 2016 and 2015 at the All-Star break (.240) 1B Logan Morrison s 24 HR tied Carlos Peña (2009) for 2nd in club history before the All-Star break, behind José Canseco (31 in 1999) OF/DH Corey Dickerson s 107 hits were 3 shy of the club record set by Carl Crawford (110 in 2004) RH Alex Colomé recorded 25 saves before the All-Star break, tied with Fernando Rodney (2012) for 2nd most in club history before the break (Roberto Hernandez, 26 in 1999). RAYS vs. ANGELS The Rays arrive at Angel Stadium with a 5-game winning streak in this ballpark, dating back to June 2, 2015 they have outscored the Angels, during this streak a win tonight would match their longest winning streak ever in this ballpark; they had a 6-0 stretch here in 2012 the Rays and Angels split a 4-game series at Tropicana Field, May the Rays have won the last 2 games on the heels of a 5-game losing streak to the Angels that dated back to 2016 Rays went 4-3 vs. LAA in 2016 (1-3 home, 3-0 road) Rays are all-time (37-47 home, road) Tampa Bay is (.556) in the Rays era (since 2008). Since the start of 2010, the visiting team has dominated the matchup of these two clubs: the Angels are at Tropicana Field (and are 6-1 in series play); and the Rays are 22-9 at Angel Stadium going in series play. PITCHING IN HIS BACKYARD Tonight s starter, RH Jake Faria, grew up in Anaheim, just 5 minutes north of Angel Stadium was named 2011 San Gabriel Valley League Pitcher of the Year as a senior at Gahr High School his family held Angels season tickets for several years, and in high school he modeled his delivery after RH Jered Weaver now 4-0 with a 2.11 ERA through 6 career starts, the Elias Sports Bureau notes that the only other active pitchers who were 4-0 or better with an ERA that low through their first 6 starts were SEA James Paxton in (5-0, 1.75), LAA Jered Weaver in 2006 (6-0, 1.12) and PIT Zach Duke in 2005 (4-0, 0.92). Faria is the first pitcher to begin his career with 6 consecutive quality starts since NYY Masahiro Tanaka (16) in 2014 his streak of 6 straight is the longest stretch by a Ray since RH Chris Archer from Aug 28, 2016 April 8, 2017 (8) has joined RH James Shields (2006) as the only starters in Rays history to begin his career on a 4-game winning streak. Is the first pitcher in club history to go 6 IP or more in each of his first 6 starts previous club record was held by RH Jeremy Hellickson (first 4 in 2010) since the Rays franchise was born in 1998, only five other pitchers have began their career with 6 consecutive quality starts, including Tanaka and Weaver. WHO S HOT RF Steven Souza Jr. already has a career-high 56 RBI and has equaled his career highs with 17 HR and 46 BB over his last 9 games (since June 30) he is batting.351/.400/.703 (13-for-37) with 9 runs, 4 2B, 3 HR, 7 RBI and 5 multi-hit games. 2B Brad Miller was reinstated from the DL on Friday (right groin strain) and in 3 games since is 4-for-9 with 1 2B, 1 HR and 3 RBI on Sunday he hit a go-ahead home run in the 8th inning off Red Sox RH Joe Kelly, the only homer Kelly has allowed in 144 BF this year. OF Mallex Smith is batting.351/.417/.454 (34-for-97) since his June 9 recall ranks among AL leaders over that span in avg. (6th), OBP (T-8th) and SB (8, T-3rd). C Wilson Ramos has played in 9 games since returning from the 60- day DL, and has 3 HR and 10 RBI in that time 5 of his 8 hits have gone for extra bases. 9 Players have been on the Rays active roster for the entire season to date, without a stint on the DL or in the minors: RH Chris Archer, RH Alex Cobb, RH Alex Colomé, RH Erasmo Ramirez, C Jesús Sucre, 1B Logan Morrison, 3B Evan Longoria, OF Corey Dickerson and OF Steven Souza Jr. the Rays have used 44 players, tied with the Giants for 5th most in the majors behind the Mariners (47), Angels (45), A s (45) and Blue Jays (45) the club record for players used in a season is 52 (2000). RAY-KING RAYS The Rays have hit 133 HR, 3rd in the AL and 4th in the majors they have hit 29 HR in the last 19 games, 45 in the last 29 games, and 84 in the last 50 games last year they knocked a club-record 216 HR; this year they are on pace to eclipse that mark by 23 (239) the 1997 Mariners hold the major league record of 264 HR, led by Ken Griffey Jr. (56) through 90 games, their 133 HR are most in club history (prev. 118 in 2016), while their 428 runs are their most since 2010 (458) the Rays lead the majors with a club-record 11 back-to-back home runs, and no other team has more than 7 (Nationals) the Rays have outscored opponents (+78) in innings 1-thru-5, but have been outscored after that (-63). FUTURE STARS Four Durham Bulls players appeared in Wednesday s Triple-A All-Star Game, held at Cheney Stadium in Tacoma, Wash., in a 6-4 loss for the International League starting SS Willy Adames went 2-for-3 and led off the 5th with a solo homer 3B Patrick Leonard came in as a replacement in the 6th inning and drew 2 BB in his 2 PA C Mike Marjama went 0-for-2 RH Andrew Kittredge tossed 0.2 IP, allowing 2 H while recording 1 SO. All-Star Events Time (ET) Probable Starting Pitchers (Rays vs. Opp.) TV Radio Sat., July 15 at LAA 9:07 p.m. RH Alex Cobb (7-6, 3.75) vs. RH Jesse Chavez (5-10, 4.99) Fox Sports Sun WDAE 620 AM Sun., July 16 at LAA 3:37 p.m. RH Chris Archer (7-5, 3.95) vs. TBA Fox Sports Sun WDAE 620 AM, Radio Luz 760 AM (Sp.)

2 TONIGHT S STARTER RH JAKE FARIA (4-0, 2.11) YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO IP H R ER BB SO HR Avg Montgomery (AA) Durham (AAA) Durham (AAA) Tampa Bay Minor League Totals LAST START On July 6 vs. BOS, his only run allowed in 6 IP came on a 3rd-inning sac fly off the bat of Deven Marrero got the win over AL All-Star starter LH Chris Sale pitched out of a 2-on, 1-out jam in the 1st and a 2-on, 2-out jam in the 6th had 2 SO, fewest of his career, and yielded a career-high 4 BB (prev. 2, June 7 vs. CWS) twice walked No. 9 hitter Tzu-Wei Lin, incl. to lead off the 3rd (came around to score) his line: W, 6 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 4 BB, 2 SO, 1 HBP, 97 pit, 57 str. ELIAS SAYS Improved to 4-0 with a 2.11 ERA and the Elias Sports Bureau notes that the only other active pitchers who were 4-0 or better with an ERA that low through their first 6 starts were PIT Zach Duke in 2005 (4-0, 0.92), LAA Jered Weaver in 2006 (6-0, 1.12) and SEA James Paxton in (5-0, 1.75) Faria grew up 5 minutes from Angel Stadium, and his family held season tickets for several years in high school, he modeled his delivery after Weaver. REDEFINING QUALITY Is the first pitcher to begin his career with 6 consecutive quality starts since NYY Masahiro Tanaka (16) in 2014 his streak of 6 straight is the longest stretch by a Ray since Chris Archer from Aug 28, 2016 April 8, 2017 (8) has joined James Shields (2006) as the only starters in Rays history to begin his career on a 4-game winning streak is the sixth AL pitcher since data is available (1913) to get the win, go 6 IP (or more) and allow 1 run (or fewer) in at least 4 of his first 6 career apps joined BAL Zach Britton (4) in 2011, LAA Jered Weaver (4) in 2006, BAL Wally Bunker (4) in 1964, BOS Dave Ferriss (5) in 1945 and NYY Cliff Markle (4) in Is the first pitcher in club history to go 6 IP or more in each of his first 6 starts previous club record was held by Jeremy Hellickson (first 4 in 2010) since the Rays franchise was born in 1998, only five other pitchers have began their career with 6 consecutive quality starts, including Tanaka and Weaver. K-COUNTER His 37 SO are the most by a Ray over his first 6 career apps, ahead of Chris Archer (36, 2012) and Wade Davis (36, 2009) Archer holds the club record through 7 apps (40) since his June 7 recall, his 37 SO are tied with PHI Nick Pivetta for most among major league rookies, and his 4.11 SO/BB are 2nd among ML rookies. AT TRIPLE-A Went 6-1 with a 3.07 ERA (58.2-IP, 20-ER) in 11 starts with Triple-A Durham at the time of his recall, he ranked among International League leaders in wins (T-1st), SO (84, 1st), ERA (9th) and opp avg. (.204, 2nd), and among Rays minor league leaders in wins (T-1st), SO (1st) and ERA (T-7th) allowed 2 runs or fewer in 7 of his 11 starts with Durham, and two of his last 3 starts there were scoreless. STRIKEOUTS At the time of his recall, his 84 SO not only led the International League but were tied for 2nd in the minor leagues, behind LAD Wilmer Font (88) struck out 34.7 pct. of batters faced this season with Durham (12.9 SO/9 IP), up from a 25.3 pct. strikeout rate and 9.4 SO/9 IP between two levels a season ago according to Fangraphs, opponents swung and missed at 15.4 pct. of his pitches, highest in the International League when he was recalled. FARIA & FELIX According to STATS LLC, he became the second pitcher since data is available (1913) to total 35 SO (or more) and 5 BB (or fewer) in his first 5 career starts (no relief apps in between), joining SEA Félix Hernández in 2005 (38-SO, 5-BB). HISTORIC START Was the fifth pitcher since Baseball Reference data is available (1913) to go at least 6 IP, allow 1 run or fewer and earn the win in his first 3 career apps he joined STL Andy Rincon (Sep 15-26, 1980), CIN Wayne Simpson (April 9-19, 1970), STL Stu Miller (Aug 12-22, 1952) and DET Alex Main (April 18-28, 1914). STREAK CONTINUES Tonight will be the 489th straight Rays game started by a pitcher under the age of 30, the longest current streak in the majors 35-year-old LH Erik Bedard on July 3, 2014 at DET was the last pitcher 30 years or older to start a game for the Rays. OFF THE MARKET Announced his engagement on social media on May 23 proposed on the six-year anniversary of his first date to his now-financée, Jessica Soto the two went to Gahr High School, and Soto attended Long Beach State University Faria committed to pitch at Cal State Fullerton before signing with the Rays as a high school senior, he was 8-1 with a 1.75 ERA and 64 SO and was named 2011 San Gabriel Valley League Pitcher of the Year GAME LOG GAME DEC ERA IP H R ER BB SO HR HB WP P/K FINAL OPP. LEFT 6/7 vs. CWS W /62 W, 3-1 Pelfrey up, 3-1 6/13 at TOR W /64 W, 8-1 Estrada up, 7-1 6/18 at DET W /69 W, 9-1 Farmer up, 9-1 6/24 vs. BAL /74 L, 3-8 Bundy tied, 3-3 6/30 at BAL /69 W, 6-4 (10) Tillman down, 3-2 JUNE /6 vs. BOS W /57 W, 4-1 Sale ahead, GAME LOG (AAA) GAME DEC ERA IP H R ER BB SO HR HB WP P/K FINAL OPP. LEFT 4/6 at GWN /56 W, 10-8 Blair up, /11 vs. CHA W /58 W, 4-3 Lopez up, 2-1 4/16 vs. GWN /64 L, 5-7 Blair down, 4-2 4/22 at LOU W /59 W, 7-1 (7) Astin up, 4-1 4/28 vs. BUF W /62 W, 3-0 House up, 3-0 APRIL /5 at NOR W /64 W, 5-2 Aquino up, 5-2 5/10 vs. COL /74 L, 9-13 (11) Banwart down, 3-2 5/15 at CHA L /62 L, 4-6 Volstad down, 6-2 5/20 vs. GWN W /74 W, 6-0 Wisler up, 6-0 5/27 at PAW /44 L, 2-6 Velazquez tied, 2-2 MAY /1 vs. ROC W /58 W, 6-3 Turley up, 6-0 LAST START On Sat vs. BOS, had his third scoreless start of the season and second scoreless start in his last 3 outings (also June 27 at PIT) ended his app without allowing a hit over his last 4.2 IP both hits allowed were singles (Xander Bogaerts in the 1st inning and Mookie Betts in the 3rd) after the Betts single, retired 11 straight until Brad Miller s E4 in the 7th had a 7-pitch 2nd and 9-pitch 6th went against Rick Porcello and was the third time in his career he was the winning pitcher in a 1-0 game, along with April 12, 2014 at CIN (over Alfredo Simon) and Aug 21, 2014 vs. DET (over David Price) his line: W, 7.2 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 3 SO, 111 pit, 67 str. LAST SIX Is 3-1 with a 2.38 ERA (41.2-IP, 11-ER), bringing his ERA from 4.52 to 3.75 has allowed 2 ER or fewer in 5 of these 6 starts, and Selected by Indians Manager Terry Francona to join the AL coaching staff for the 2017 All-Star Game, his first career All-Star appearance as a player, coach or manager joined Larry Rothschild in 2000 and Joe Maddon and his entire coaching staff in 2009 as Rays managers/coaches to go. On May 9 vs. KC, was ejected in the 3rd inning by 3B umpire Bill Welke, his sixth career ejection as a manager and second ejection this season. Is in his third season as Rays manager and at age 39, remains the majors youngest active skipper 5 months younger than SD Andy Green. TOMORROW S STARTER RH ALEX COBB (7-6, 3.75) #16 KEVIN CASH, MANAGER 2017 SPLITS vs. RH:.202 (20-99), 3-HR vs. LH:.205 (8-39) Home: 2-0, 2.45 ERA (18.1-IP, 5-ER) Road: 2-0, 1.80 ERA (20.0-IP, 4-ER) FARIA vs. ANGELS CAREER Has never faced. 6 ER in the other this stretch begins after allowing 9 ER on June 3 at SEA included over this span is a pair of scoreless starts of 7 IP (or more) and 2 hits (or fewer) the only other AL pitchers to do that twice this season are MIN Ervin Santana (3) and BAL Ubaldo Jimenez (2). vs. ANGELS Is 1-2 with a 6.51 ERA (27.2-IP, 20-ER) in 5 career apps (all starts) against the Angels is 1-1 with a 6.75 ERA (16-IP, 12-ER) in 3 starts at Angel Stadium, and last pitched there in Aug 2012 faced them earlier this season, on May 23 at home and yielded back-to-back homers to his first 2 BF (Cameron Maybin, Mike Trout), on his fifth and sixth pitches of the game, then wasn t charged another run until the 8th (both inherited runners scored) became the second pitcher in club history to allow back-to-back homers to start a game. Is the fifth manager in Rays history is the sixth Tampa-born manager in ML history and second to manage the Rays joins Hall of Famers Al Lopez and Tony La Russa, Lou Piniella, Dave Miley and John Hart. Played 12 professional seasons as a catcher, including parts of eight seasons in the majors ( ) spent two years ( ) in the Rays org. Played in the 1989 Little League World Series (Tampa Northside LL), 1999 College World Series (Florida State) and earned World Series rings in 2007 (Red Sox) and 2009 (Yankees).

3 RAYS HITTER NOTES #18 PETER BOURJOS, OF Sun: 0-2, SAC Series: 1-5, HR, RBI, R Trip: 2-7, BB, 2-R vs. LH:.250 (14-56), 2-HR 2017:.242/.294/.432, 4-HR, 8-RBI, 3-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-3 RISP:.200 (3-15) vs. RH:.231 (9-39), 2-HR Batting.308/.341/.564 (12-for-39) in 18 games (10 starts) since returning from the DL was batting.196/.262/.339 prior to his DL stint (tennis elbow). All 4 HR have been solo shots, and his last 2 HR have come against LHP last homered on July 6 vs. BOS, a go-ahead HR off Chris Sale (5th inn.). Has appeared in 52 games with 24 starts (16-LF, 6-CF, 2-RF), including 22 starts against LH starters hit.301/.333/.361 (25-for-83) vs. LHP in Has been used 18 times as a defensive replacement, 4 times as a PH and 6 times as a PR off the bench, is batting.238 (5-for-21) with 2 HR. #10 COREY DICKERSON, OF Sun: 1-3, 2B, RBI, SF Series: 2-13, 2-2B, RBI Trip: 6-30, 2-2B, 2-RBI, 4-BB, 4-R vs. LH:.315 (34-108), 3-HR 2017:.312/.355/.548, 17-HR, 42-RBI, 2-SB Current Hitting Streak: 1G (.333, 1-3) RISP:.333 (20-60) vs. RH:.311 (73-235), 14-HR Batting.118/.205/.235 (4-for-34) with 4 2B, 3 RBI, 4 BB and 12 SO over his last 10 games (9 starts), bringing his avg. down from.333 to.312. Tied for the AL lead with 33 multi-hit games, along with HOU Carlos Correa and HOU George Springer) ranks among AL leaders in hits (107, 3rd), avg. (.312, 9th), SLG (.548, 10th), OPS (.903, 10th), XBH (44, 5th), 2B (24, T-6th), total bases (188, 4th), runs (60, 7th) and times on base (131, T-11th). Won the AL DH fan vote to start the All-Star Game and became the fourth Ray to start an All-Star Game, following 3B Evan Longoria (2010), LF Carl Crawford (2010) and LH David Price (2010) Longoria (2009) and DH José Canseco (1999) were also elected starters but did not play. His 34 hits vs. LHP are a career high and his.315 avg. vs. LHP ranks 2nd in the AL among LHB his 3 HR vs. LHP match a career high (2014). Finished with 107 hits in the first half, most by a Ray since Carl Crawford (109) in 2009 and three shy of Crawford s club record (110 hits in 2004). Is swinging at 58.8 percent of his pitches seen, according to Fangraphs, the 2nd-highest rate in the majors, behind CWS Avisail Garcia (60.0). Has appeared in 85 games with 80 starts (45-DH, 35-LF) batting.332 (64-for-193) with 14 2B and 13 HR in 46 games (45 starts) as the DH. #21 TAYLOR FEATHERSTON, INF Sun: 0-1, BB Series: 0-5, BB Trip: 0-7, BB, R vs. LH:.154 (2-13) 2017:.184/.267/.368, 2-HR, 5-RBI, 1-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-15 RISP:.111 (1-9) vs. RH:.200 (5-25), 2-HR Hitless in his last 15 AB, dating back to the 4th inning on June 25 vs. BAL was batting.269/.323/.538 (7-for-26) with 2 HR prior to this stretch. Has appeared in 16 games with 10 starts (8-2B, 1-3B, 1-SS) twice has come off the bench to play first base, his first career action there. Has 2 HR since joining the Rays, matching his career total from 197 games (120 starts) with the Angels (2015) and Phillies (2016). According to Fangraphs, has been credited with 9 Defensive Runs Saved over innings in his career, the majority of his innings at 2B. #11 ADEINY HECHAVARRIA, INF Sun: 0-0 (def. rep.) Series: 0-10 Trip: 9-27, 2B, 3-RBI, BB, R vs. LH:.304 (7-23), 1-HR 2017:.265/.276/.343, 1-HR, 9-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-16 RISP:.304 (7-23) vs. RH:.253 (20-79) Is 1-for-his-last-23 has appeared in 11 games with 10 starts, all at shortstop, with TB hit.571 (8-for-14) with 3 RBI in his first 4 games. As a shortstop, has made one error in 114 chances for a.991 fielding pct. has 20 Defensive Runs Saved since 2015, 6th among shortstops. On Sat vs. BOS, his play to knock down a liner off the bat of Sandy Leon and throw him out was No. 4 on ESPN s SportsCenter Top 10 Plays. Acquired from the Marlins for minor league RH Ethan Clark and minor league OF Braxton Lee appeared in 9 rehab games before the trade. #3 EVAN LONGORIA, 3B Sun: 1-3, 2-RBI, SF Series: 5-15, 2-2B, 2-RBI, R Trip: 9-32, 2-2B, 5-RBI, 2-R vs. LH:.204 (21-103), 5-HR 2017:.259/.317/.427, 12-HR, 53-RBI, 3-SB Current Hitting Streak: 6G (.333, 7-21) RISP:.329 (25-76) vs. RH:.282 (68-241), 7-HR Finished the first half with 53 RBI, his most before the All-Star break since 2010 (61) batting.302 (19-for-63) with 15 RBI over his last 16 games. Has 8 sacrifice flies, tied with SF Brandon Crawford for most in the majors they were a club record for the first half, passing Matt Joyce in Has hit.222/.283/.365 (37-for-167) with 5 HR on the road this season, compared to.294/.348/.486 (52-for-177) with 7 HR at Tropicana Field. Batting a career-low.204 (21-for-103) vs. LHP entered this season batting.290 in his career vs. LHP (prev. low for a season is.242 in 2008). Is the Rays all-time leader in home runs, RBI, doubles, extra-base hits, total bases, games, service time and walk-off hits (last June 10 (G1) vs. OAK). Has started 87 games (79-3B, 8-DH) since the start of the 2013 season, leads the majors with 729 games played next is SEA Kyle Seager (724). #13 BRAD MILLER, INF Sun: 1-4, HR, 2-RBI, R Series: 4-9, 2B, HR, 3-RBI, 2-BB, R Trip: -- vs. LH:.229 (11-48), 1-HR 2017:.209/.355/.338, 3-HR, 17-RBI, 4-SB Current Hitting Streak: 3G (.444, 4-9) RISP:.179 (7-39) vs. RH:.200 (20-100), 2-HR On Sun vs. BOS, had his first homer since May 9 vs. KC, but played in only 10 games (8 starts) in between due to a pair of DL stints it was the third time in his career he had a go-ahead homer in the 8th inning or later, following Aug 4, 2016 vs. KC (8th inn.) and June 20, 2014 at KC (9th inn.). Has had two DL stints this year, missing time with a right groin strain and left abdominal strain reinstated from the 10-day DL (groin) on July 6. Has 34 BB in 183 PA this season (5.4 PA/BB), resulting in a 146-point diff. between his avg (.209) and OBP (.355) has 8 multi-bb games. Has 9 errors (6 on the road), 3rd among ML 2B and trailing BAL Jonathan Schoop (10) and MIL Jonathan Villar (10) has a.953 fielding pct. Has appeared in 45 games with 40 starts, all at 2B prior to this season, he had 18 career starts at 2B, but none since Sep 6, 2015 at OAK. #7 LOGAN MORRISON, 1B Sun: 0-3, BB, R Series: 3-14, 2B, 3-BB, 3-R Trip: 9-26, 2B, 2-HR, 3-RBI, 5-BB, 3-R vs. LH:.237 (18-76), 4-HR 2017:.258/.367/.564, 24-HR, 57-RBI, 1-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-10 RISP:.130 (10-77) vs. RH:.265 (57-215), 20-HR Ranks among AL leaders in HR (24, T-4th), RBI (57, T-9th), extra-base hits (40, T-9th), walks (50, 4th), SLG (.564, 6th) and OPS (.931, 8th). Has a 6-game homerless drought, matching his season-high, and has 2 HR in his last 13 games, both coming on July 1 at BAL (Dylan Bundy). Has reached base in 28 of his last 29 games, dating back to June 7 on Sat vs. BOS, snapped a 27-game on-base streak which was the longest by a Ray since Evan Longoria (34) from Sep 19, 2012 April 23, 2013 and the longest by a Ray in one season since Johnny Damon (39) in Leads the team with 57 RBI, ahead of Steven Souza Jr. (56), despite batting.130 (10-for-77) with RISP, tied for the lowest in the majors. His 24 HR are a career high and were the most by a Ray before the All-Star break since Carlos Peña (24) in 2009 his 4 HR vs. LHP are his most since 2012 (4) was an Esurance Final Vote candidate to make the AL All-Star team but finished fifth in the voting (won by KC Mike Moustakas). Has appeared in 85 games with 78 starts (76-1B, 2-DH) has 16 HR on the road, tied for most in the majors with KC Mike Moustakas. #2 SHANE PETERSON, OF Sun: DNP Series: 1-2 Trip: 3-10, 2-2B, 2-BB vs. LH:.167 (1-6) 2017:.259/.333/.431, 2-HR, 10-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 1G (.500, 1-2) RISP:.250 (4-16) vs. RH:.269 (14-52), 2-HR Batting.250/.360/.500 (5-for-20) with 2 2B, 1 HR, 4 RBI and 3 BB since his June 23 selection to begin his second stint (also April 14 May 2). Both HR have come on days he was selected to the active roster from Triple-A Durham (April 14 at BOS, Porcello; June 23 vs. BAL, Jimenez). Batting.615 (8-for-13) when putting the first pitch in play batting (2-for-2) with the bases loaded, a run-scoring single and 2-run double. Has appeared in 24 games with 15 starts (10-LF, 3-RF, 2-DH) with Triple-A Durham, hit.286 (48-for-168) with 10 HR and 30 RBI in 46 games. #14 TREVOR PLOUFFE, INF Sun: 1-4 Series: 2-11 Trip: 2-11, R vs. LH:.299 (20-67), 1-HR 2017:.217/.275/.355, 8-HR, 15-RBI, 1-SB Current Hitting Streak: 2G (.250, 2-8) RISP:.109 (5-46) vs. RH:.180 (27-150), 7-HR Batting.229/.270/.343 (8-for-35) with 1 2B, 1 HR, 1 RBI and 2 BB with the Rays has appeared in 13 games with 9 starts (5-DH, 2-1B, 2-3B). Has 8 HR this season between the Athletics and Rays seven of his 8 HR have been solo shots and seven of his 8 HR have come at home. Signed with the A s as a free agent prior to this season designated for assignment on June 15 and acquired by the Rays two days later for cash. Is a career.270/.345/.456 (207-for-766) hitter with 28 HR against LHP batting.299/.356/.358 (20-for-67) vs. LHP this season (.180 vs. RHP). With the Twins ( ), A s (2017) and Rays (2017), owns a career.244 avg., 154 2B and 104 HR hit 24 HR in 2012 and 22 HR in #40 WILSON RAMOS, C Sun: 1-4 Series: 4-10, 2-2B, HR, 4-RBI, 2-BB, 2-R Trip: 3-19, 2-HR, 6-RBI, BB, 3-R vs. LH:.333 (5-15), 1-HR 2017:.242/.297/.576, 3-HR, 10-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 3G (.400, 4-10) RISP:.200 (2-10) vs. RH:.167 (3-18), 2-HR Five of his 8 hits since returning from the 60-day DL have gone for extra bases (3-HR, 2-2B), and all 3 HR have come with runner(s) on base. Has 3 HR and 9 RBI in his last 6 games, and 10 RBI in his last 7 games reinstated from the 60-day DL to make his season debut on June 24. On July 6 vs. BOS, had a pair of extra-base hits including a 6th-inning homer off Chris Sale, his first at Tropicana Field since June 16, Signed by the Rays as a free agent on Dec 12, 2016 suffered a torn ACL after leaping for a throw to home plate on Sep 26 vs. ARI (with WAS). Last season, elected to the NL All-Star Team, his first career selection established career highs in several categories including games (131), runs scored (58), hits (148), doubles (25), home runs (22), RBI (80), avg. (.307) and SLG (.496) won the NL s Silver Slugger Award among catchers.

4 #0 MALLEX SMITH, OF Sun: 0-1, BB, R (PH) Series: 4-12, 3B, BB, R Trip: 8-28, 2-2B, BB, 5-R vs. LH:.333 (9-27) 2017:.333/.403/.425, 1-HR, 5-RBI, 11-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-1 RISP:.263 (5-19) vs. RH:.333 (31-93), 1-HR Since his June 9 recall, is batting.351/.417/.454 (34-for-97) ranks among AL leaders over that span in avg. (6th), OBP (T-8th) and SB (8, T-3rd). Has 27 SB in 107 career games has gone 11-for-15 in SB attempts this season, and his 11 SB are 1st on the team, ahead of Kevin Kiermaier (10). On Sun vs. BOS, entered as a PH in the 7th inning and went 0-for-1 (BB, groundout), snapping a 7-game hitting streak (June 30 July 8). On July 5 at CHC, had a career-high 4 hits and became the second Ray all-time with a 4-hit game at Wrigley Field (Aubrey Huff on June 4, 2003). Has 4 bunt hits, T-7th in the majors and T-4th in the AL has had 12 bunt attempts, batting.364 (4-for-11) on them while being credited with 1 SAC. Has appeared in 35 games with 31 starts (22-CF, 9-LF) with Triple-A Durham, hit.311 (41-for-132) with 5 2B, 4 3B, 3 HR and 16 SB in 30 games. #20 STEVEN SOUZA JR., OF Sun: 2-3, 2B, BB, 2-R Series: 5-15, 2B, HR, RBI, 2-BB, 4-R Trip: 10-34, 3-2B, 2-HR, 7-RBI, BB, 6-R vs. LH:.274 (26-95) 2017:.271/.369/.500, 17-HR, 56-RBI, 4-SB Current Hitting Streak: 3G (.455, 5-11) RISP:.284 (23-81) vs. RH:.270 (58-215), 17-HR Had a multi-hr game on May 24 vs. LAA, both coming off tonight s starter Ricky Nolasco batting.500 (3-for-6) with 1 2B and 2 HR off him. Is 5-for-his-last-10 following an 0-for-11 since the beginning of July, is batting.333/.371/.636 (11-for-33) with 4 2B and 2 HR in 8 games. Has 17 HR, tying his career high (2016) all 17 HR have come against RHP no other player in the majors has as many without one vs. LHP. Averaging AB/HR over his last 42 games (160-AB, 12-HR), since May 24, compared to 30.0 AB/HR through his first 42 games (41 starts). Has 7 RBI in his last 9 games and 16 RBI in his last 19 games, giving him a career-high 56 RBI, one shy of Logan Morrison for the team lead. Ranks among AL leaders in RBI (56, T-11th), multi-rbi games (18, T-2nd), times on base (133, T-9th) and walks (46, 8th) had 31 BB in Has appeared in 84 games with 83 starts (78-RF, 3-DH, 2-CF) has a.405 OBP and.524 SLG in 42 games (41 starts) at home this season. #45 JESÚS SUCRE, C Sun: DNP Series: 0-2, RBI Trip: 3-10, 2B, HR, RBI, R vs. LH:.172 (5-29), 1-HR 2017:.245/.265/.396, 4-HR, 21-RBI, 1-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-5 RISP:.367 (11-30) vs. RH:.273 (21-77), 3-HR On Sat vs. BOS, became the first Rays catcher to drive in the only run of a 1-0 victory since Ryan Hanigan had a solo HR on Sep 12, 2014 at TOR. Batting.333 (8-for-24) in his last 8 games (7 starts), raising his avg. from.220 to.245 has 2 HR over this span, matching his total before that. His 4 HR and 21 RBI are both career highs prev. high was 7 RBI (2015) has 18 RBI out of the No. 9 spot in the order, T-3rd in the majors. Batting.367 (11-for-30) with RISP and.288 (15-for-52) with runner(s) on base in comparison, has hit.204 (11-for-54) with the bases empty. Has appeared in 35 games (28 starts) at catcher has 3 catcher pickoffs, most in the AL and tying the club record set by Toby Hall in Has thrown out 4 of 16 attempted base stealers has thrown out 28.3 percent in his career, including 43.5 pct. (10 of 23) with Seattle in RAYS BULLPEN NOTES #26 BRAD BOXBERGER, RH Last App: 7/9 vs. BOS (W, 1.0-IP, 0-H, 0-R, 2-BB, 1-SO) Saves-Opps: -- vs. LH:.000 (0-8) 2017: 1-0-0, 0.00 ERA, 4 G Long Relief App: 1.0, 4x-last 7/9 vs. BOS IR-RS: -- vs. RH:.000 (0-4) On Sun vs. BOS, got his first win since Sep 15, 2016 vs. BAL pitched around a pair of 2-out walks in the 8th inning (Ramirez, Bradley Jr.). All 4 apps this season have been scoreless, and he has yet to allow a hit seven of his 12 outs this season have come via the strikeout. On June 30 at BAL, made his season debut, returning from a right flexor strain struck out all 3 BF (Ruben Tejada, Joey Rickard, Seth Smith), his first time doing that in a perfect inning since Aug 27, 2015 vs. MIN only once in 27 apps last season did he have 3 SO in an app: Aug 24 vs. BOS. Made a combined 8 rehab apps (4 starts) with Class-A Charlotte and Triple-A Durham, going 0-1 with a 7.04 ERA (7.2-IP, 6-ER), 7 BB and 13 SO. Last season, endured two trips to the DL, costing him a total of 99 games pitched in only one game over the first four months of last season. #37 ALEX COLOMÉ, RH Last App: 7/9 vs. BOS (S, 1.0-IP, 1-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 0-SO) Saves-Opps: vs. LH:.222 (16-72), 2-HR 2017: , 3.76 ERA, 38 G Long Relief App: 2.0, 2x-last 5/28 at MIN IR-RS: 17-2 vs. RH:.266 (21-79), 1-HR From the 2016 All-Star break to the 2017 All-Star break, his 43 SV led the majors, ahead of LAD Kenley Jansen (41) and TOR Roberto Osuna (40). On Sun vs. BOS, pitched around a leadoff single for the save his 25 saves in the first half were one shy of the club record (R. Hernandez, 1999). Has recorded the save in his last 5 apps, and his last 3 apps have been scoreless in the 5 apps before that, allowed 10 R/ER in 5 IP. Has 25 SV, most in the AL and 2nd in the majors behind COL Greg Holland (28) has 6 SV of 4 outs or more this season, most in the AL. Has allowed a hit in 14 straight apps, dating back to May 31 at TEX has a.338 opp avg. (22-for-65) over this stretch (.174 opp avg. before it). Has converted 25 of his 29 save opportunities (86.2 pct.), but his four blown saves are already more than he had last season (37 SV, 3 BSV). 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. #17 JUMBO DÍAZ, RH Last App: 7/7 vs. BOS (1.0-IP, 0-H, 0-R, 1-BB, 0-SO) Saves-Opps: 0-3 vs. LH:.289 (11-38), 2-HR 2017: 1-3-0, 5.02 ERA, 29 G Long Relief App: 2.0, 3x-last 6/24 vs. BAL IR-RS: 20-7 vs. RH:.247 (18-73), 1-HR On Fri vs. BOS, pitched on 6 days rest and had a scoreless 8th inn., pitching around a leadoff walk had a runner on 3B, one out (did not score). Seven of his 8 apps since returning from the DL (right arm fatigue) have been scoreless, but yielded 4 R/ER over 2 IP in the non-scoreless app, June 24 vs. BAL as a result, has a 4.00 ERA (9-IP, 4-ER) since being reinstated from the DL yielded runs in 5 of his last 7 apps before the DL stint. Has pitched to a 6.60 ERA (15-IP, 11-ER) over his last 15 apps, allowing 3 HR over that span and increasing his season ERA from 3.29 to Pitched for the Dominican Republic in the World Baseball Classic (2 apps; ERA) and did not join the Rays in spring training until March 22. #49 TOMMY HUNTER, RH Last App: 7/9 vs. BOS (0.1-IP, 0-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 1-SO) Saves-Opps: 1-1 vs. LH:.154 (6-39) 2017: 0-2-1, 2.13 ERA, 29 G Long Relief App: 2.0, 2x-last 5/30 at TEX IR-RS: 12-3 vs. RH:.268 (15-56), 2-HR Has made 7 straight scoreless apps on Sun vs. BOS, replaced Chris Archer following Pedroia s HR and struck out his only batter (Bogaerts). Has pitched to an 0.66 ERA (13.2-IP, 2-R, 1-ER) in 17 apps at home this season compared to a 3.86 ERA (11.2-IP, 5-ER) in 12 apps on the road. Has been used exclusively as a reliever since 2013 has pitched to a 3.14 ERA (266.2-IP, 93-ER) and held righties to a.221 avg. over that span. On June 27 at PIT, had a perfect 10th inning for his first save since Aug 1, 2015 at MIL (with CHC) was the fifth Ray to record a save this season. #55 ADAM KOLAREK, LH Last App: 7/7 vs. BOS (1.0-IP, 1-H, 1-R, 0-BB, 1-SO, 1-HR) Saves-Opps: -- vs. LH:.400 (2-5) 2017: 0-0-0, 4.15 ERA, 4 G Long Relief App: 1.1, 6/29 at PIT IR-RS: 3-1 vs. RH:.200 (2-10), 1-HR Has yielded a run in consecutive apps, a 2-out solo homer to Hanley Ramirez on Fri at BOS and 2-run single to Ian Happ on July 5 at CHC. Selected from Triple-A Durham on June 28 he became the eighth player and seventh pitcher to make his ML debut for the Rays this season. Prior to his selection, he went with a 1.36 ERA (33-IP, 5-ER) and 29 SO in 31 apps with Durham had a.217 opp avg. (26-for-120). On June 29 at PIT, made his major league debut, after 320 apps across 8 minor league seasons stranded 2 IR in the 7th inn., throwing 1 pitch (called strike) leading to a CS at third base pitched a scoreless 8th, pitching around a leadoff single first career strikeout was of Jordy Mercer. #30 ERASMO RAMIREZ, RH Last App: 7/5 at CHC (BS/L, 1.0-IP, 3-H, 4-R, 1-BB, 1-SO, 1-HR) Saves-Opps: 1-2 vs. LH:.271 (26-96), 5-HR 2017: 4-3-1, 5.18 ERA, 23 G, 8 GS Long Relief App: 4.0, 2x-last 4/26 at BAL IR-RS: 6-1 vs. RH:.265 (40-151), 5-HR On July 5 at CHC, charged a blown save and took the loss, yielding a game-tying 3-run homer to Jon Jay with two outs in the 6th inning it was his first home run allowed with 2 runners (or more) on base since May 30, 2016 at KC (Eric Hosmer) yielded a leadoff walk to his 1 BF in the 7th. Is 1-1 with a 3.86 ERA (25.2-IP, 11-ER) and.220 opp avg. in 15 relief apps this season, compared to 3-2 with a 6.05 ERA (38.2-IP, 26-ER) in 8 GS. Returned to the bullpen with Blake Snell rejoining the rotation went with a 6.49 ERA (34.2-IP, 25-ER) in 8 apps (7 starts) from May 19 June 21. Has recorded 4 outs or more in 7 of his 15 relief apps, including 5 apps of 2 IP or longer got 4 outs or more in 35 of 63 relief apps last season. Has allowed 17 HR out of the bullpen since the start of 2016, tied for most among AL relievers (also Jason Grilli, Vidal Nuno, Michael Tonkin). #47 CHASE WHITLEY, RH Last App: 7/7 vs. BOS (2.2-IP, 2-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 3-SO) Saves-Opps: 2-3 vs. LH:.197 (12-61) 2017: 2-1-2, 3.23 ERA, 27 G Long Relief App: 3.0, 3x-last 5/20 vs. NYY IR-RS: 18-2 vs. RH:.184 (14-76), 1-HR On Fri vs. BOS, inherited the bases loaded with 1 out in the 5th inning (1 IR scored, on a 3-6 FC from C. Vazquez) pitched around a leadoff single in the 6th and a 1-out single in the 7th went 2.2 IP in 34 pitches (26 strikes), and his 3 SO tied a season high (4th time, last May 20 vs. NYY). Has pitched to a 4.61 ERA (27.1-IP, 14-ER) over his last 20 apps, dating back to May 5, after starting the season on a scoreless streak of 12.2 IP. Has only allowed 11.1 pct. of inherited runners to score, T-8th among AL relievers (min. 10 IR) has stranded 12 of his last 13 IR since May 28. Has gone with a 3.04 ERA (53.1-IP, 18-ER) in 32 apps (1 start) with TB since returning from Tommy John surgery on Sep 11, 2016 at NYY. Has made 8 relief apps this season of at least 2 IP (last Fri vs. BOS) has made 3 relief apps of at least 3 IP this season (last May 20 vs. NYY).

5 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 LAST HR OFF 17 MOST HITS GAME 17 MOST RBI GAME Bourjos 7/7/17 vs. BOS Sale 3, 5/3 vs. MIA 2, 2x-last, 6/21 vs. CIN Dickerson 6/24/17 vs. BAL Bundy 4, 3x-last, 6/13 at TOR 4, 5/20 vs. NYY Featherston 6/21/17 vs. CIN Storen 2, 6/21 vs. CIN 2, 6/21 vs. CIN Hechavarria 5/7/17 at NYM Wilk 4, 6/30 at BAL 2, 2x-last, 6/27 at PIT Longoria 6/25/17 vs. BAL Tillman 4, 5/19 vs. NYY 4, 2x-last, 6/23 vs. BAL Miller 7/9/17 vs. BOS Kelly 3, 2x-last, 5/15 at CLE 2, 3x-last, 7/9 vs. BOS Morrison 7/1/17 at BAL Bundy 3, 2x-last, 7/7 vs. BOS 4, 4/14 at BOS Peterson 6/23/17 vs. BAL Jiménez 2, 3x-last, 6/29 at PIT 4, 6/23 vs. BAL Plouffe 6/21/17 vs. CIN Adleman 3, 5/18 vs. BOS 3, 4/20 vs. SEA Ramos 7/7/17 vs. BOS Sale 2, 2x-last, 7/7 vs. BOS 3, 2x-last, 7/7 vs. BOS Smith 6/9/17 vs. OAK Triggs 4, 7/5 at CHC 2, 6/9 vs. OAK Souza Jr. 7/7/17 vs. BOS Hembree 4, 5/29 at TEX 4, 6/18 at DET Sucre 7/2/17 at BAL Givens 3, 2x-last, 6/25 vs. BAL 3, 2x-last, 5/14 at BOS RAYS BY THE NUMBERS Current Streak: W2 When commit error: Hit homer: Current Record: Ahead after 6-7-8: 38-7/40-4/42-1 Homer with men on: Home/Road: 27-19/20-24 Behind after 6-7-8: 5-25/4-34/4-38 Hit multiple homers: Day/Night: 17-19/29-23 Tied after 6-7-8: 4-11/3-5/1-4 Score first: Grass/Turf: 18-21/ run games: Score 5 or more: 36-7 vs. East: run games: 13-6 Score less than 5: vs. Central: 12-8 Extra innings: 6-3 Outhit opponents: 35-7 vs. West: 8-9 Win in last at-bat: 9 Outhit by opponents: 6-33 vs. National League: 7-5 Come-from-behind wins: 24 Collect 10 or more hits: 27-7 vs. RH/LH starters: 36-25/12-17 Opp. come-from-behind wins: 27 Opp. 10 or more hits: Series W-L-T (home): Series W-L-T (road): Wearing white/gray/navy/lt. blue: 20-13/8-10/10-15/4-4 RUN SUPPORT FOR STARTING PITCHERS PITCHER STARTS RUNS RUNS/START RUNS/9-IP CLUB RECORD QUALITY Andriese Archer \ Cobb Faria Odorizzi Pruitt Ramirez Snell RAYS SEASON HIGHS TEAM BATTING INDIVIDUAL BATTING Longest win streak 4, 2x-last, 6/7-6/10 Most runs, game, TB 4, 2x-last, Souza Jr., 5/29 at TEX Longest losing streak 4, 6/2-6/7 Most runs, game, Opp 3, 11x-last, Joseph, 6/25 vs. BAL Most runs game, TB 15, 6/23 vs. BAL Most hits, game, TB 4, 6x-last, Hechavarria, 6/30 at BAL Most runs game, Opp 13, 6/16 at DET Most hits, game, Opp 4, 7x-last, Alonso, 6/10 vs. OAK (G2) Most runs, inn, TB 7, 5/14 at BOS (9th) Most 2B, game, TB 2, 5x-last, Longoria, 6/10 vs. OAK (G1) Most runs, inn, Opp 5, 8x-last, 6/16 at DET (5th) Most 2B, game, Opp 2, 9x-last, Osuna, 6/28 at PIT Most hits, game, TB 18, 5/28 at MIN Most HR, game, TB 2, 8x-last, Morrison, 7/1 at BAL Most hits, game, Opp 17, 2x-last, 5/3 vs. MIA Most HR, game, Opp 2, 2x-last, Morales, 5/5 vs. TOR Most hits, inn, TB 8, 5/14 at BOS (9th) Most RBI, game, TB 4, 9x-last, Longoria/Peterson, 6/23 vs. BAL Most hits, inn, Opp 7, 5/3 vs. MIA (6th) Most RBI, game, Opp 7, Zunino, 6/3 at SEA Most doubles, game, TB 4, 10x-last, 7/1 at BAL Most x-base hits, game, TB 3, 2x-last, Beckham, 4/26 at BAL Most doubles, game, Opp 5, 4/16 at BOS Most x-base hits, game, Opp 3, 2x-last, Morales, 5/5 vs. TOR Most HR, game, TB 5, 3x-last, 6/18 at DET Most steals, game, TB 3, Smith, 6/9 vs. OAK Most HR, game, Opp 3, 8x-last, 7/7 vs. BOS Most steals, game, Opp 3, Gordon, 5/1 at MIA Most x-base hits, game, TB 8, 3x-last, 7/1 at BAL Hitting Streak 12, Smith, June 9-June 21 Most x-base hits, game, Opp 7, 6/16 at DET TEAM/INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Most stolen bases, game, TB 4, 2x-last, 6/9 vs. OAK Most SO, TB Starter 12, Archer, 5/21 vs. NYY Most stolen bases, game, Opp 4, 5/8 vs. KC Most SO, Opp Starter 12, 3x-last, Sale, 7/7 vs. BOS Most walks, game, TB 11, 5/2 at MIA Most SO, TB Reliever 5, 3x-last, Stanek, 6/10 vs. OAK (G2) Most walks, game, Opp 11, 5/28 at MIN Most IP, TB Reliever 4.0, 3x-last, Hu, 6/10 vs. OAK (G2) Most strikeouts, game, TB 17, 5/28 at MIN Most walks, game, TB 6, Archer, 5/15 at CLE Most strikeouts, game, Opp 17, 5/21 vs. NYY Most walks, game, Opp 8, Volquez, 5/2 at MIA Most LOB, game, TB 29, 5/28 at MIN Most SO, Team, TB 17, 5/21 vs. NYY Most LOB, game, Opp 28, 2x-last, 6/10 vs. OAK (G1) Most walks, Team, TB 11, 5/28 at MIN Most errors, game, TB 4, 5/8 vs. KC Low-Hit Game 2, 4/25 at BAL Most errors, game, Opp 3, 6/27 at PIT Consecutive Scoreless IP 14.0, Cobb, April 26 May 7 Longest game, time 6:26, 5/28 at MIN Shortest game, time 2:37, 4/10 at NYY Longest game, time (9 inn.) 4:32, 5/14 at BOS Shortest game, time (9 inn.) 2:37, 4/10 at NYY Grand Slams (3): Morrison (4/14 at BOS, Porcello); Rasmus (5/10 vs. KC, Moylan); Souza Jr. (6/18 at DET, Farmer) Back-to-Back (11): Miller/Souza Jr. (4/14 at BOS, Porcello); Robertson/Norris (5/5 vs. TOR, Liriano); Morrison/Weeks Jr. (5/10 vs. KC, Hammel); Norris/Dickerson (5/16 at CLE, Salazar); Rasmus/Souza Jr. (5/24 vs. LAA, Nolasco); Longoria/Morrison (5/28 at MIN, Santiago); Rasmus/Beckham (6/2 at SEA, Bergman); Norris/Bourjos (6/8 vs. CWS, Holland); Longoria/Morrison (6/18 at DET, Bell); Dickerson/Longoria (6/24 vs. BAL, Bundy) Morrison/Souza Jr. (7/1 at BAL, Bundy) LAST HR & PLAYER SEASON HIGHS HOME RUNS RUNS BY INNING 2-HR games (8): Beckham-2 (4/26 at BAL, Bundy; 5/4 vs. MIA, Straily); Dickerson-2 (5/16 at CLE, Salazar; 5/20 vs. NYY, Tanaka); Morrison-2 (6/18 at DET, Farmer/Bell, 7/1 at BAL, Bundy); Norris-1 (6/8 vs. CWS); Souza Jr.-1 (5/24 vs. LAA, Nolasco) 3-HR games (-): - Pinch-hit (-): - Walk-off (-): - Lead-off (6): Dickerson-6 (6/3 at SEA, Gaviglio; 5/22 vs. LAA, Ramirez; 5/20 vs. NYY, Tanaka; 4/24 at BAL, Jiménez; 4/21 vs. HOU, Fiers; 4/5 vs. NYY, Pineda) Inside-the-park (-): X Total Opponent Tampa Bay HOME RUNS 1R 2R 3R GS TOTAL Morrison Dickerson Souza Jr Longoria Beckham Norris Rasmus Kiermaier Robertson Bourjos 4 4 Sucre Ramos Featherston 2 2 Miller Peterson 2 2 Weeks Jr Plouffe 1 1 Smith 1 1 TOTALS CATCHERS PCT CS ATT Norris Ramos Sucre TOTALS MISC. Game-Tying & Go-Ahead RBI: Longoria (24), Morrison (19), Souza Jr. (17), Dickerson (15), Beckham (14), Miller (8), Robertson (8), Sucre (7), Kiermaier (5), Norris (5), Rasmus (4), Weeks Jr. (3), Bourjos (2), Featherston (2), Peterson (2), Ramos (2), Hechavarria (1), Smith (1) 2-Out RBI: Souza Jr. (26), Morrison (19), Beckham (17), Rasmus (14), Dickerson (13), Kiermaier (12), Longoria (12), Sucre (9), Norris (8), Miller (5), Weeks Jr. (5), Peterson (3), Ramos (3), Smith (3), Bourjos (2), Robertson (2), Featherston (1), Hechavarria (1) Outfield Assists (12): Bourjos (3), Kiermaier (3), Rasmus (3), Souza Jr. (3), Dickerson (1) Bunt Singles (9): Smith (4), Beckham (1), Kiermaier (1), Miller (1), Rasmus (1), Souza Jr. (1) Ejections (4): Cash-2 (4/19 vs. DET, 9th inn.; 5/9 vs. KC, 3rd inn.); Andriese-1 (5/20 vs. NYY, 6th inn.); Kiermaier-1 (4/9 vs. TOR, 7th inn.) Batted Around (14): 4/7 vs. TOR (1st inn., 10 batters; 6th inn., 9 batters); 4/22 vs. HOU (6th inn., 9 batters); 4/23 vs. HOU (1st inn., 9 batters), 5/5 vs. TOR (4th inn., 9 batters); 5/9 vs. KC (1st inn., 9 batters); 5/14 at BOS (9th inn., 11 batters); 5/20 vs. NYY (4th inn., 9 batters; 5th inn., 9 batters), 6/13 at TOR (3rd inn., 9 batters), 6/23 vs. BAL (5th inn., 9 batters), 7/4 vs. CHC (4th 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). 3. May 22 vs. LAA Cameron Maybin home run off the C-ring catwalk in left field off Jake Odorizzi (5th inning). 4. June 6 vs. CWS Yolmer Sánchez home run off the C-ring catwalk in center field off Chris Archer (1st inning). 5. June 19 vs. CIN Steven Souza Jr. home run off the C-ring catwalk in left field...off Scott Feldman (6th inning). WALK-OFF WINS 1. April 8 vs. TOR (W 3-2) Brad Miller basesloaded walk off Casey Lawrence (11th inning). 2. April 19 vs. DET (W 8-7) Logan Morrison fielder s choice, throwing error off Francisco Rodríguez (9th inning). 3. June 10 (G1) vs. OAK (W, 6-5) Evan Longoria single to left field off Liam Hendricks (10th inning). WALK-OFF LOSSES 1. April 26 at BAL (L, 4-5) Seth Smith basesloaded walk off Danny Farquhar (11th inning). 2. June 15 at DET (L, 3-5) Miguel Cabrera 2-run home run to right field off Tommy Hunter (9th inning). INSTANT REPLAY CHALLENGES (last five) GAME CHALLENGED BY INN. PLAYER OF REFERENCE INITIAL CALL RULING 6/27 at PIT Tampa Bay T4 Logan Morrison Out at 2B Stands 7/5 at CHC Chicago-NL T6 Mallex Smith Safe at 2B Stands 7/5 at CHC Umpires B8 Anthony Rizzo Out at 3B Confirmed 7/6 vs. BOS Boston B8 Logan Morrison Safe at 2B Stands 7/8 vs. BOS Tampa Bay B2 Adeiny Hechavarria Out at 1B Overturned Rays Totals (bold): 36 challenges (16 overturned, 12 stand, 8 confirmed) Opp Totals: 29 challenges (9 overturned, 12 stand, 8 confirmed) Umpire Totals: 11 challenges (0 record keeping, 1 overturned, 7 stand, 4 confirmed)

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May 18 Placed INF Brad Miller (left abdominal strain) on the 10-day DL, retroactive to May 16; transferred LH Xavier Cedeño to the 60-day DL; acquired INF/OF Michael Martínez from the Cleveland Indians for a player to be named or cash considerations. May 24 Placed RH Diego Moreno (right shoulder bursitis) on the 10-day DL, retroactive to May 22; recalled RH Ryan Garton from Durham. May 25 Placed RH Jumbo Díaz (right arm fatigue) on the 10-day DL, retroactive to May 23; reinstated RH Tommy Hunter (right calf strain) from the 10-day DL. May 29 Optioned RH Ryan Garton to Durham; recalled RH José De León from Durham. May 30 Placed OF Peter Bourjos (tennis elbow) on the 10-day DL, retroactive to May 29; optioned RH José De León to Durham; recalled RH Chih-Wei Hu from Durham; recalled RH Hunter Wood from Montgomery. May 31 Placed RH Matt Andriese (strained groin) on the 10-day DL; optioned RH Chih-Wei Hu to Durham; optioned RH Hunter Wood to Montgomery; recalled RH Ryan Garton, OF Mallex Smith and RH Austin Pruitt from Durham. June 1 Reinstated INF Brad Miller (left abdominal strain) from the 10-day DL; optioned OF Mallex Smith to Durham. June 6 Added RH Jake Faria to the taxi squad. June 7 Placed INF Brad Miller (right groin strain) on the 10-day DL; recalled RH Jake Faria from Durham. June 8 Reinstated OF Peter Bourjos (tennis elbow) from the 10-day DL; optioned RH Jake Faria to Durham. TRANSACTIONS (since May 1) RAYS ON THE DISABLED LIST (11) June 9 Placed OF Kevin Kiermaier (right hip fracture) and INF Rickie Weeks Jr. (right shoulder impingement) on the 10-day DL; recalled OF Mallex Smith from Durham; acquired INF Taylor Featherston from the Philadelphia Phillies for cash considerations; transferred INF Matt Duffy (recovery from Achilles surgery) to the 60-day DL. June 10 Added RH Chih-Wei Hu from Durham per MLB s 26th Man Rule. June 10 Reinstated RH Matt Andriese (groin strain) from the 10-day DL; optioned RH Ryan Garton to Durham. June 11 Returned RH Chih-Wei Hu to Durham per MLB s 26th Man Rule; optioned RH Ryne Stanek to Durham; reinstated RH Jumbo Díaz (right arm fatigue) from the 10-day DL. June 13 Placed RH Matt Andriese (right hip stress reaction) on the 10-day DL, retroactive to June 11; recalled RH Jake Faria from Durham. June 17 Transferred RH Matt Andriese (right hip stress reaction) to the 60-day DL; acquired INF Trevor Plouffe from the Oakland Athletics for cash considerations. June 19 Designated INF Michael Martínez for assignment; added INF Trevor Plouffe to the active roster. June 23 Placed OF Colby Rasmus (left hip tendinitis) on the 10-day DL, retroactive to June 19; selected OF Shane Peterson from Durham. June 24 Designated C Derek Norris for assignment; reinstated C Wilson Ramos (recovery from torn ACL) from the 60-day DL. June 26 Acquired INF Adeiny Hechavarria from the Miami Marlins for minor league RH Ethan Clark and minor league OF Braxton Lee; transferred RH Diego Moreno (right shoulder bursitis) to the 60-day DL. June 27 Added LH Blake Snell to the taxi squad; placed INF Daniel Robertson (neck spasms) on the 10-day DL, retroactive to June 26; reinstated INF Adeiny Hechavarria (left oblique strain) from the 10-day DL. June 28 Optioned RH Austin Pruitt and LH José Alvarado to Durham; recalled LH Blake Snell from Durham; selected LH Adam Kolarek from Durham; transferred OF Kevin Kiermaier (right hip fracture) to the 60-day DL. June 29 Designated RH Danny Farquhar for assignment; reinstated RH Brad Boxberger (right flexor strain) from the 60-day DL. July 7 Placed INF Tim Beckham (left ankle sprain) on the 10-day DL, retroactive to July 6; reinstated INF Brad Miller (right groin strain) from the 10-day DL. July 13 Placed OF Colby Rasmus on the restricted list. POS. PLAYER DL INJURY DATE ON RETRO FIRST DATE OFF GMS MISSED RECORD RHP Matt Andriese 60-day Right hip stress reaction June 13 June 11 Aug INF Tim Beckham 10-day left ankle sprain July 7 July 6 July LHP Xavier Cedeño 60-day Left forearm tightness April 21 April 18 June INF Matt Duffy 60-day Recovery from Achilles surgery April 2 - June RHP Nathan Eovaldi 60-day Tommy John surgery March 10 - June RHP Kevin Gadea 60-day Right forearm tendinitis March 26 - June OF Kevin Kiermaier 60-day Right hip fracture June 9 - Aug RHP Diego Moreno 60-day Right shoulder bursitis May 24 May 22 July INF Daniel Robertson 10-day Neck spasms June 27 June 26 July RHP Shawn Tolleson 60-day Tommy John surgery April 2 - June INF Rickie Weeks Jr. 10-day Right shoulder impingement June 9 June 7 June Others (Games Missed): RH Matt Andriese (9, strained groin, 5-4), OF Peter Bourjos (7, tennis elbow, 2-5), RH Brad Boxberger (80, right flexor strain, 41-39), RH Jumbo Díaz (16, right arm fatigue, 9-7), RH Tommy Hunter (30, right calf strain, 14-16), INF Brad Miller (13, left abdominal strain, 8-5; 27, right groin strain, 16-11), RH Jake Odorizzi (14, left hamstring strain, 6-8), OF Colby Rasmus (27, recovery from hip surgery, 13-14; 15, left hip tendinitis, 8-7), C Wilson Ramos (76, recovery from torn ACL, 40-36), OF Mallex Smith (13, right hamstring strain, 6-7) W-L BY POSITION (STARTS) W-L BY BATTING ORDER (STARTS) C 1B 2B 3B SS LF CF RF DH 1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH 5TH 6TH 7TH 8TH 9TH Beckham Bourjos Dickerson Featherston Hechavarria Kiermaier Longoria Martínez Miller Morrison Norris Peterson Plouffe Ramos Rasmus Robertson Smith Souza Jr Sucre Weeks Jr RAYS HITTERS vs. ANGELS 2017 CAREER PLAYER G AB H HR RBI BB SO AVG OBP G AB H HR RBI BB SO AVG OBP Bourjos Dickerson Featherston Hechavarria Longoria Miller Morrison Peterson Plouffe Ramos Smith Souza Jr Sucre RAYS PITCHERS vs. ANGELS 2017 CAREER PLAYER W L Sv IP H ER SO ERA AVG W L Sv IP H ER SO ERA AVG Archer Boxberger Cobb Colomé Díaz Faria Hunter Kolarek Odorizzi Ramirez Snell Whitley

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