1 SUNDAY, JUNE 4, 2017 at SEATTLE MARINERS RH Erasmo Ramirez (3-0, 3.66) vs. LH Ariel Miranda (4-2, 4.22) First Pitch: 4:10 p.m. ET Location: Safeco Field, Seattle, Wash. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio: WDAE 620 AM, Radio Luz 760 AM (Sp.) Game No.: 59 (29-29) Road Game No.: 30 (13-16) All-Time Game No.: 3,135 (1,449-1,685) All-Time Road Game No.: 1,566 ( ) April: May: June: 0-2 REMEMBERING ZIM Three years ago today (June 4, 2014), the Rays beloved Senior Advisor Don Zimmer passed away at age 83 Zim spent 66 years in pro baseball as a player, manager or coach 56 of those were spent in the majors, wearing 14 different uniforms he spent 11 seasons in a Rays uniform, most of any of those 14 teams he reached the postseason 19 times, having a role in 73 games, and earned six World Series rings (1955 Brooklyn Dodgers, 1959 LA Dodgers as a player; 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000 Yankees as coach) he was survived by his wife of 63 years, Soot. RAY MATTER The Rays have lost their last 2 games, dropping back to.500, and today look to avoid being swept for the second time this season (April at NYY, 3 games) this is their first series loss since losing 3 of 4 games, May 8-11 vs. KC, as they went in the six series in between Rays had entered this series having won 6 of 8 and 10 of 15 this series also snaps a streak of five straight series wins on the road, and is their first road series loss since April at TOR (1-2). The Rays have held a lead in 42 of their last 46 games, but are an even.500 (23-23) over that stretch they have held a lead in 50 of their 58 games overall (86.2 pct.), highest pct. in the majors. Rays are outside the AL East, within the division Rays are 6-6 so far in a stretch of 19 straight games outside the division. The Rays are 7-11 vs. left-handed starters, vs. RH starters they are scheduled to face three lefties over the next 4 games. DOUBLE TROUBLE The Rays have lost the last 2 games by final scores of 12-4 (Friday) and 9-2 (last night), the first time they ve yielded 9-plus runs in back-to-back games since June 30 July 1, 2016 vs. DET (10-7, 10-2) RH Jake Odorizzi gave up 8 runs (3-ER) on Friday, and RH Alex Cobb surrendered 9 R/ER last night the first time that Rays starters have yielded 8 or more runs in back-to-back starts since Aug 15-16, 2001 vs. NYY, when RH Paul Wilson gave up 8 runs in a 10-3 loss and the next day RH Ryan Rupe yielded 11 runs in a 12-5 loss. The Rays have allowed grand slams in each of the last 2 games, to SS Taylor Motter on Friday (1st inn. off Odorizzi) and C Mike Zunino last night (5th inn. off Cobb) it marks the first time the Rays have yielded grand slams in back-to-back games since April 15-16, 2005 at BOS (DH David Ortiz off RH Hideo Nomo; LF Manny Ramirez off RH Dewon Brazelton). Zunino s 7 RBI last night were the most by a Rays opponent since BAL Nelson Cruz (7) on Sep 7, 2014 at Tropicana Field prior to Zunino, the most RBI ever by a Rays opponent batting in the No. 9 spot was 5, by TOR Russ Adams on June 29, 2005 at Tropicana Field. Twenty of the 21 runs allowed by the Rays in this series have been driven in by Seattle s 6-through-9 hitters. HOMEWARD BOUND The Rays are 4-4 on this 9-game, 10-day road trip that ends today (2-1 at MIN, 2-1 at TEX, 0-2 here) by the time they return home tonight, they will have flown an estimated 6,389 miles the Rays have won 5 straight getaway games tomorrow is their second of five offdays in the month of June, and on Tuesday they open a 7-game homestand with 3 games vs. the White Sox (June 6-8) and 4 vs. Oakland (June 9-11) including a single-admission doubleheader on Sat vs. OAK Saturday will be just the second scheduled DH in the past two decades of MLB, and first since July 16, 2011, when the A s hosted the Angels it will be the second doubleheader in Tropicana Field history, on Sep 30, 2004, the Rays and Tigers played a split DH, playing 2 makeup games from Hurricane Frances. RAYS vs. MARINERS The Rays have a 5-game losing streak at Safeco Field, their longest in a decade (5, Aug 7, 2006 Sep 14, 2007) and one shy of their longest skid here all-time (6, June 20, 2000 Sep 3, 2001) prior to the last 2 games, in which the Rays gave up 9 and 12 runs, respectively, the Rays had allowed 9 runs only once in their prev. 42 games vs. the Mariners dating back to July 29, 2011 following this 3-game series, the M s visit St. Pete for 3 games, Aug last year the Rays went 2-4 vs. the M s, getting swept in 3 games here May 9-11 and taking 2 of 3 games at home, June the Rays have not won the season series over Seattle since 2012 (6-4), going since then they are (.448) all-time (35-42 home, road, at Safeco Field). ELIAS SAYS Saturday s action featured seven grand slams and MLB s first no-hitter (by MIA Edinson Volquez) in more than a year, but one thing it didn t have: a triple no major league player hit a triple on any of the day s 1,155 PA, the first time that there have been no triples in a day of 15 or more games since there were none in 15 games on May 27, RAYS HOMERS ON VERGE OF CLUB RECORDS The Rays have hit multiple home runs in 6 straight games, just the second time in club history they have done so if they hit at least 2 HR today it will tie the club record of 7 straight games, set May 29 June 6, 2009 if they hit 1 HR today, it would be their 16th consecutive road game with a home run, breaking the club record set last season (15, April 23 May 23, 2016) they have 35 HR over this 15-game streak they have 28 HR in their last 10 road games, and 20 HR in 8 games on this road trip. RAY-KING RAYS The Rays lead the majors with 88 HR, matching 2016 for the most in club history after 58 games they have 37 HR in the last 17 games they rank among AL leaders in several other categories (see chart) their 271 runs rank 3rd in the AL, and are their most through 58 games since 2013 (286) Rays lead the AL with 44 runs scored in the 1st inning, ahead of the Astros and Rangers (36) Rays have outscored opponents in innings 1-through-5, but have been outscored from the 6th inning on. In an equal number of games (29), the Rays have 51 HR on the road (most in the majors) and 37 HR at home. Ê RAYS OFFENSE A.L. RANKS 271 runs 3rd 499 hits 4th 11 3B 3rd 88 HR 1st* 188 XBH 2nd 874 TB 2nd.436 SLG 3rd.762 OPS 3rd 222 BB 1st 598 SO 1st* * leads majors Ê The Rays have 17 HR from their first basemen, their most from any position, and one shy of Oakland and Atlanta for the major league lead over the past six seasons ( ), Rays first basemen totaled only 96 HR, fewest in the majors. The Rays have 14 HR from their leadoff hitters, their most from any spot in the lineup, and tied with Houston for most in the majors they have 6 leadoff home runs, most in the majors. The Rays lead the majors with 7 back-to-back home runs, followed by the Angels (5) the club record is 9 (2008 and 2007) this is counting any occasion of 3+ consecutive HR as one occurrence. The Rays have hit 4 HR in extra innings this season, tied with Baltimore for most in the AL and 2 shy of Pittsburgh for the major league lead all 4 have come on this road trip, hitting 2 HR in the 15th on Sun at MIN and 2 HR in the 10th on Wed at TEX prior to this trip, the Rays had never hit 2 HR in a single extra-inning frame. COREY KEEPS CRUSHING OF/DH Corey Dickerson leads the American League batting race with a.342 batting avg., one point ahead of SEA Jean Segura (.341) only one other qualifier in Rays history has led the AL in hitting this late in the season (by date): SS Jason Bartlett in 2009 (led AL at.373 through June 6) Dickerson leads the AL with 76 hits, 25 multi-hit games (tied with COL Charlie Blackmon for the major league lead), 32 extra-base hits (tied with LAA Mike Trout) and 136 total bases he is on pace for 212 hits, which would break Aubrey Huff s club record (198 in 2003) he ranks among AL leaders with 42 runs scored (2nd), 17 2B (T-3rd), 2 3B (T-6th), 13 HR (T-9th),.384 OBP (9th) and.613 SLG (3rd). Last night Dickerson hit his 6th leadoff home run of the season, breaking the club record set by current first base coach Rocco Baldelli in 2006 also passed HOU George Springer for the ML lead. Among lefty hitters, his.375 avg. (24-for-64) vs. LHP leads the majors is only 2 hits shy of his career high for hits vs. LHP (26 in 2016). Corey owns a 9-game hitting streak since May 7, he has hit safely in 23 of 25 games, batting.378 (42-for-111) with 13 multi-hit games since going 0-for-4 in the first road game of the season (April 10 at NYY), he has reached base in 26 consecutive road games, batting.385 (42-for-109) over this span it s the longest such streak by a Rays player since Evan Longoria s club-record 38 in LOGAN MORRISON Hit his 16th home run last night, tied with four others (OAK Yonder Alonso, OAK Khris Davis, TEX Joey Gallo, LAA Mike Trout) for 2nd in the AL behind NYY Aaron Judge (18) he hasn t gone more than 3 consecutive games without a home run since April (5) he also ranks among AL leaders with 37 RBI (T-6th), 30 walks (T-6th) and.551 SLG (6th) as a first baseman, is tied for the AL lead with 16 HR (with Alonso) and his 36 RBI are one shy of TOR Justin Smoak for the AL lead. NEXT UP FOR LONGO 3B Evan Longoria s next home run will be the 250th of his career the only other players with 250 HR for their current team are DET Miguel Cabrera (313), MIL Ryan Braun (292) and TOR José Bautista (275). Upcoming Games Time (ET) Probable Starting Pitchers (Rays vs. Opp.) TV Radio Tue., June 6 vs. CWS 7:10 p.m. RH Chris Archer (4-3, 3.74) vs. LH José Quintana (2-7, 5.60) Fox Sports Sun WDAE 620 AM, WGES 680 AM (Sp.) Wed., June 7 vs. CWS 7:10 p.m. RH Jake Odorizzi (3-3, 3.53) vs. RH Mike Pelfrey (2-4, 3.86) Fox Sports Sun WDAE 620 AM, WGES 680 AM (Sp.) Thu., June 8 vs. CWS 7:10 p.m. RH Alex Cobb (4-5, 4.52) vs. LH Derek Holland (4-5, 3.43) Fox Sports Sun WDAE 620 AM, WGES 680 AM (Sp.)
2 TODAY S STARTER RH ERASMO RAMIREZ (3-0, 3.66) YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO IP H R ER BB SO HR Avg Tampa Bay Tampa Bay Major League Totals Minor League Totals LAST START On Mon at TEX, became the first pitcher in franchise history to start on 0 days rest went 2.1 IP, his shortest start since April 17, 2014 at TEX (2 IP, with SEA) yielded 4 straight baserunners to start the game and 3 runs in the 1st inning (BB, 1B, 2B, 1B, SF), then a solo homer to Joey Gallo leading off the 2nd replaced by LH José Alvarado with 2-on, 1-out in the 3rd (neither inherited runner scored) his line: ND, 2.1 IP, 6 H, 4 R, 1 BB, 1 SO, 43 pit, 31 str. MR. EFFICIENCY Has averaged 13.6 pitches per inning, fewest in the AL and 2nd in the majors (min. 30 IP) in addition, has averaged 13.7 pitches per inning in his 4 starts this season since 2015, min. 20 starts, he ranks 4th in the majors averaging 14.6 pitches per inning as a starter. According to FanGraphs, 50.8 pct. of his pitches are in the strike zone, 3rd highest in the AL (min. 30 IP). 1st INNING Has yielded 1st-inning runs in all 4 of his starts this season as a starter, has a ERA MLB LEADERS, FEWEST PITCHES PER INNING 2017 Season (min. 30 IP) Ivan Nova, PIT 12.9 Erasmo Ramirez, TB 13.6 Dallas Keuchel, HOU 13.7 Zack Godley, ARI 14.2 Clayton Kershaw, LAD 14.3 As Starter, (min. 20 GS) Mark Buehrle, TOR 14.2 Clayton Kershaw, LAD 14.3 Ivan Nova, PIT 14.6 Erasmo Ramirez, TB 14.6 Mike Leake, CIN/SF/STL 14.6 (4-IP, 7-ER) in the 1st inning and a 1.23 ERA (14.2-IP, 2-ER) after that two of his 3 HR allowed as a starter have come in the 1st (Ian Kinsler, Albert Pujols), and all 3 HR have come within his first 2 IP. ROTATION RETURN Since 2015, has made 32 starts for the Rays, going 14-6 with a 3.48 ERA (175.2-IP, 68-ER) has yielded 2 ER or fewer in 22 of those 32 starts, and 1 ER or fewer in 15 starts his win pct. as a starter (.700) ranks 6th in the AL over that span (min. 20 GS). Returned to the rotation following the option of Blake Snell his first start this season was a 5 IP spot start on April 20 vs. DET. Made 81 apps (62 starts) in the majors from , but last season he pitched almost exclusively out of the Rays bullpen, aside from a spot start on April 16, 2016 vs. CWS. DOESN T TAKE MUCH Has only lost once in his Rays career (as a starter) when receiving 2 runs or more of run support in his 23 starts with 2 runs or more of support, he is 14-1 with a 3.10 ERA (124.2-IP, 43-ER) has gotten 1 or fewer runs of support in 9 starts, and is 0-5 with a 4.41 ERA (51-IP, 25-ER) in those starts. Ê Ê WINS & LOSSES Has gone 3-0, his longest winning streak since Sep 24, 2015 April 21, 2016 (5) all 3 wins have come at home; hasn t won on the road since June 3, 2016 at MIN last season, his 17 decisions in relief were the most in the majors since 2010, when WAS Tyler Clippard went 11-8 his 11 losses as a reliever were the most in the majors since LAA Scot Shields (11) in 2005 and set a club record, passing Brad Boxberger (10) in 2015 his 7 wins included 6 in relief, one shy of the club record for a reliever (last J.P. Howell in 2009). VIVA NICARAGUA! On Sun at MIN he recorded the save by throwing a perfect 15th inning, and started the next night at TEX according to the Elias Sports Bureau, he became the first pitcher to record a save and go on to start the team s next game since fellow Nicaraguan (and his childhood hero) MTL Dennis Martínez surrounding the 1993 All- Star break (July 11 vs. SD, July 15 at LAD) he became the first pitcher to do that on consecutive days since CLE Steve Farr, who on June 9, 1984 vs. SEA pitched the 9th to earn the save, and the next day (vs. SEA) started G2 of a doubleheader and worked 4.2 innings IN REVIEW Last season, he 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, ranked 2nd in the majors to SD Brad Hand (89.1) and were most by a Rays pitcher since J.P. Howell (89.1) in 2008 led the majors with 35 relief apps of 4 outs or more, eight more than anyone else (HOU Chris Devenski, 27) made 20 relief apps of at least 2 IP, tying BAL Vance Worley and Devenski for the major league lead. SUPER STARTER In 2015 his first season with the Rays and first full season in the majors set career highs with 27 starts, IP and 11 wins his 11 wins were one shy of Chris Archer for the team lead. From April 19 through the end of the 2015 season, he was one of the best pitchers in the AL ranked among league leaders over that span in ERA (3.02, 4th), opp avg. (.223, 4th), opp OBP (.274, 3rd), opp SLG (.344, 4th) and WHIP (1.04, 2nd). X-RAY REPORT Began playing baseball in Rivas, Nicaragua when he was 4 his grandmother, Esperanza, encouraged him to play with the older boys and taught him how to pitch was discovered as a 14-year-old by a former coach who was delivering much-needed equipment to underprivileged youth players in Nicaragua that man helped Ramirez get accepted to a baseball academy in El Salvador far away from his family where he was scouted and signed by the Mariners GAME LOG GAME DEC ERA IP H R ER BB SO HR HB WP P/K FINAL OPP. LEFT *4/5 vs. NYY /21 W, *4/8 vs. TOR W /12 W, 3-2 (11) *4/12 at NYY /20 L, *4/13 at NYY /2 L, *4/15 at BOS /33 L, /20 vs. DET W /47 W, 8-1 Norris up, 5-1 *4/26 at BAL /35 L, 4-5 (11) APRIL *5/2 at MIA /11 W, *5/6 vs. TOR /5 W, *5/9 vs. KC /5 L, 6-7 (12) *5/12 at BOS /11 W, *5/14 at BOS /19 W, /19 vs. NYY /48 W, 5-4 Severino down, 2-1 5/24 vs. LAA W /52 W, 5-2 Nolasco up, 3-2 *5/28 at MIN S /9 W, 8-6 (15) /29 at TEX /31 W, 10-8 Pérez down, 4-3 MAY * relief app 2017 SPLITS vs. RH:.239 (21-88), 3-HR vs. LH:.204 (11-54), 2-HR Home: 3-0, 2.86 ERA (22-IP, 7-ER) Road: 0-0, 4.67 ERA (17.1-IP, 9-ER) RAMIREZ vs. MARINERS CAREER Is 1-0 with a 2.25 ERA (8-IP, 2-ER) in 3 career apps (1 start) against the Mariners, his former team is 1-0 with a 2.70 ERA (6.2-IP, 2-ER) in 2 apps (1 start) at Safeco Field with the Rays made 2 relief apps, both of 1.1 IP, against the Mariners last season, and his only career start against them was June 4, 2015 at SEA exactly two years to the date of today s start his only run allowed in that start was an RBI single by Robinson Canó held the Mariners to 1-for-7 with RISP his line: W, 5.1 IP, 7 H, 1 R, 1 BB, 5 SO, 72 pit, 50 str. LAST START On Wed at TEX, yielded single runs in the 1st, 4th, 5th and 7th innings and was in line for the loss before the Rays tied it in the 9th and won it in the 10th his runs allowed came on a sac fly, GIDP, FC groundout, and Elvis Andrus double (plating the go-ahead run) had 7 SO to set a club record for any calendar month (see below) was his second consecutive start of at least 7 IP and sixth this season his line: ND, 7 IP, 7 H, 4 R, 2 BB, 7 SO, 114 pit, 72 str. MAY FLOWERS Ended May with 58 SO, a club record for strikeouts in a calendar month, passing David Price (54) in June 2014 previous club record for May was held by James Shields (46) in 2012) his 58 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. 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 TUESDAY S STARTER RH CHRIS ARCHER (4-3, 3.74) #16 KEVIN CASH, MANAGER SO for May tied BOS Chris Sale for the AL lead and tied for 2nd in the majors behind WAS Max Scherzer (60). vs. CHICAGO Is 3-0 with a 4.11 ERA (35-IP, 16-ER) in 6 career apps (5 starts) against the White Sox has gone 1-0 with a 2.03 ERA (13.1-IP, 3-ER) in 2 starts against them at Tropicana Field last faced the White Sox last Sep 29 at Guaranteed Rate Field and got the win (6.2-IP, 3-ER), avoiding his 20th loss of the season became the first pitcher to start one or more games with 19 losses and avoid a 20-loss season since TB/ARI Albie Lopez in 2001 (finished 10-19). 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 #1 TIM BECKHAM, INF Sat: 0-3 Series: 1-6, HR, RBI, BB, R Trip: 9-34, 2-HR, 4-RBI, 3-BB, 3-R vs. LH:.254 (15-59), 1-HR 2017:.263/.303/.429, 9-HR, 27-RBI, 3-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-4 RISP:.240 (12-50) vs. RH:.267 (39-146), 8-HR On Fri at SEA, had his ninth home run, tying his career high (2015) was the back end of consecutive homers with Colby Rasmus in the 4th. Batting.274/.338/.397 (20-for-73) over his last 18 games (all starts) since May 14 and.283/.324/.474 (49-for-173) in 43 games since April 16. Has started 53 games, all at shortstop his 9 HR while playing the position rank 3rd in the majors (Lindor 12, Correa 10) and his 27 RBI are 4th. Has struck out at least once in 14 consecutive games (22 SO over that stretch) has struck out in 33.3 pct. of his PA this year, 5th in the AL. Four of his 9 HR have given the Rays a lead (last Mon at TEX, 3-run homer in the 7th inning), after 1 go-ahead homer in his career from According to Fangraphs, 47.0 percent of his balls put into play have been hard hit, 5th in the AL his line drive rate is 24.4 pct, 10th in the AL. #10 COREY DICKERSON, OF Sat: 1-3, HR, RBI, R Series: 3-8, HR, RBI, 2-R Trip: 14-35, 3-2B, HR, 3-RBI, 7-R vs. LH:.375 (24-64), 1-HR 2017:.342/.384/.613, 13-HR, 26-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 9G (.364, 16-44) RISP:.333 (11-33) vs. RH:.329 (52-158), 12-HR Yesterday at SEA, had his sixth career leadoff homer, all this season, a club record for a single season, passing Rocco Baldelli in 2006 his 6 leadoff homers passed HOU George Springer (5) for the major league lead has 12 HR out of the No. 1 spot in the lineup, T-2nd in the AL to Springer (14). Has a season-high 9-game hitting streak, tied for the 2nd-longest streak of his career his career long is 12 games, from Aug 6-17, Has 25 multi-hit games, tied for most in the majors leads the AL with 76 hits, 136 total bases and a.342 avg., and tied with LAA Mike Trout with 32 XBH ranks among AL leaders in OBP (.384, 9th), SLG (.613, 3rd), OPS (.997, 5th), 2B (17, T-3rd), HR (13, T-9th) and runs scored (42, 2nd). His.375 avg. (24-for-64) vs. LHP ranks 7th in the AL among LHB, his.375 avg. vs. LHP leads the majors, ahead of MIA Justin Bour (.350). Since the 2016 All-Star break, his 66 XBH are 2nd in the AL behind MIN Brian Dozier (67) also ranks 1st in the AL with 39 2B over that span. Had 44 hits in May, most in the majors, a club record for May and the most by a Ray in a calendar month since Carl Crawford in Aug 2007 (50). Has appeared in 54 games with 50 starts (31-DH, 19-LF) has made 41 starts batting leadoff, all of them against opposing right-handed starters. #39 KEVIN KIERMAIER, CF Sat: 0-4 Series: 3-8, 2B, HR, 2-RBI, R Trip: 12-36, 3-2B, 3B, 4-HR, 6-RBI, 2-BB, 7-R vs. LH:.171 (12-70), 2-HR 2017:.251/.328/.406, 7-HR, 19-RBI, 9-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-4 RISP:.190 (8-42) vs. RH:.289 (43-149), 5-HR Batting.321/.367/.631 (27-for-84) over his last 21 games on Wed-Fri at TEX/SEA, homered in 3 straight games, matching the longest streak of his career (also June 28-30, 2014) on Fri at SEA, his homer off James Pazos was the seventh of his career vs. LHP and second this season (also vs. Chris Sale) six of his 7 HR this season have come on the road, and all 6 HR on the road have come over 13 road games since May 13 at BOS. On Wed at TEX, his 9th-inning, solo homer was the sixth time in club history there was a game-tying homer with two outs in the 9th, first since Dan Johnson on Sep 28, 2011 vs. NYY ( Game 162 ) it was the first time the Rays did that on the road since Ty Wigginton on April 22, 2006 at TEX. Has 9 SB, most on the team and T-7th in the AL has been caught stealing four times, more than his 2016 total when he went 21 of 24 in SB att. Despite his 5 errors, his 9 Defensive Runs Saved rank 3rd among ML center fielders and are one shy of the league lead, according to Fangraphs. Has appeared in 58 games with 56 starts, all in CF, including 17 starts vs. left-handed starters won the AL Gold Glove for CF in 2015 and #3 EVAN LONGORIA, 3B Sat: 3-3 Series: 4-7 Trip: 9-32, 2-2B, 2-HR, 8-RBI, 4-BB, 4-R vs. LH:.183 (11-60), 3-HR 2017:.252/.323/.423, 8-HR, 29-RBI, 1-SB Current Hitting Streak: 3G (.545, 6-11) RISP:.286 (14-49) vs. RH:.278 (45-162), 5-HR Is 1 HR shy of 250 for his career, and will join DET Miguel Cabrera (313), MIL Ryan Braun (292) and TOR José Bautista (275) as the only players to reach 250 HR with their current teams is the Rays all-time leader in HR, RBI, XBH and BB had a.448 OBP over his last 6 games (all starts). Batting.289/.346/.463 (35-for-121) in 30 games since the start of May, with 12 multi-hit games hit.208 and had 3 multi-hit games through April. Homered in consecutive games on Sun at MIN and Mon at TEX on Mon at TEX, his 4 RBI were a season-high and his 5th-inning homer was the second of his career off Martin Perez, following Game 163 in 2013 on Sun at MIN, led off the 15th inning with a solo homer, the fourth of his career in extra innings to tie Carlos Peña for most in franchise history it was his first in extras since his walk-off to clinch a playoff berth in Has started 56 games (51-3B, 5-DH) since the start of the 2013 season, leads the majors with 698 games played next is SEA Kyle Seager (692). #2 MICHAEL MARTÍNEZ, INF Sat: 0-1 (def. rep.) Series: 0-2 Trip: 0-10, BB, R vs. LH:.143 (1-7) 2017:.172/.273/.207, 0-HR, 0-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-10 RISP:.000 (0-4) vs. RH:.182 (4-22) Batting.056/.150/.056 (1-for-18) with 2 BB in 7 games (3 starts) with the Rays his last start was Sun at MIN; walked and scored in the 14th inn. Designated for assignment by the Indians on May 11 and acquired on May 18 for a player to be named or cash considerations was batting.364/.462/.455 (4-for-11) with 1 2B and 2 BB prior to the trade spent time at 2B (18 innings), 3B (12), CF (8.2), SS (2) and pitcher (1) prior to the trade. Has appeared at every position except catcher and first base over his seven-year ML career has started at 2B more than any other position. #13 BRAD MILLER, INF Sat: DNP Series: 0-4 Trip: 0-4 vs. LH:.225 (9-40), 1-HR 2017:.199/.341/.309, 2-HR, 14-RBI, 3-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-4 RISP:.167 (6-36) vs. RH:.188 (18-96), 1-HR On Fri at SEA, played his first game since being reinstated from the 10-day DL (left abdominal strain) his 1st-inning error led to 5 unearned runs. Despite missing 13 games on his DL stint, his 30 BB are tied for 2nd on the team and T-6th in the AL led the AL in walks at the time of his DL stint. His 8 errors are the most among AL 2B and tied for most most among ML 2B, along with MIL Jonathan Villar (8) has made 6 errors on the road. Has appeared in 40 games with 36 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 Sat: 1-4, HR, RBI, R Series: 1-8, HR, RBI, R Trip: 7-30, 2B, 4-HR, 5-RBI, 8-BB, 8-R vs. LH:.227 (10-44), 3-HR 2017:.243/.347/.551, 16-HR, 37-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 1G (.250, 1-4) RISP:.132 (7-53) vs. RH:.248 (35-141), 13-HR Yesterday at SEA, had the 100th HR of his career has 4 HR in 8 games on the road trip, incl. 2 extra-innings homers (Wed at TEX, Sun at MIN). Ranks among AL leaders in SLG (.551, 6th), OPS (.898, 9th), extra-base hits (25, T-6th), HR (16, T-2nd), RBI (37, T-6th), and walks (30, T-6th). His 16 HR for the season are already more than his 2016 total (14) his career high is 23 (2011) all 16 HR have come while playing first base, tied with MIA Justin Bour and OAK Yonder Alonso for most in the majors, and his 36 RBI while playing 1B are 2nd in the AL to TOR Justin Smoak (37). Has appeared in 55 games with 48 starts (47-1B, 1-DH) had 15 HR by the end of May, the most by a Ray since Carlos Peña (17) in 2009 had 10 HR in May, a career high for a calendar month it tied OAK Yonder Alonso for the AL lead and was one shy of the ML lead his 10 HR in May tied the club record for May (also Aubrey Huff in 2003) and were the most by a Ray in a calendar month since Melvin Upton Jr. in Sep 2012 (12). #33 DEREK NORRIS, C Sat: 0-3 Series: 0-7 Trip: 2-23, HR, 4-RBI, R vs. LH:.171 (6-35), 2-HR 2017:.194/.256/.326, 5-HR, 17-RBI, 1-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-7 RISP:.242 (8-33) vs. RH:.202 (22-109), 3-HR Left yesterday s game with back spasms (day-to-day) batting.067/.094/.167 (2-for-30) over his last 9 games is 3 2B shy of 100 for his career. On Wed at TEX, had the third extra-innings homer of his career, first since May 14, 2016 at MIL his 2-run homer gave the Rays a 3-run lead. Has 5 multi-rbi games this season, and his 17 RBI are tied for 3rd among AL catchers (while playing the position) has 4 RBI in his last 5 games. Has appeared in 43 games (42 starts) at catcher has made 5 errors, 3rd among AL catchers, and allowed 5 passed balls, T-3rd in the majors. Has thrown out 13.8 pct. of attempted base stealers (4 CS in 29 att.) has caught 14.4 pct. of attempted base stealers since the start of #28 COLBY RASMUS, OF Sat: 0-4, OF Asst. Series: 2-8, HR, RBI, R Trip: 6-22, 2-2B, 2-HR, 5-RBI, 3-R vs. LH:.333 (2-6), 1-HR 2017:.253/.301/.563, 7-HR, 19-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-5 RISP:.333 (8-24) vs. RH:.247 (20-81), 6-HR Twelve of his 22 hits (54.5 pct.) so far have gone for extra bases (4-2B, 1-3B, 7-HR) has 3 2B, 3 HR and 10 RBI over his last 9 games (7 starts). Since he was reinstated from the DL on May 2 (hip surgery), ranks among team leaders in HR (7, T-2nd), RBI (19, 2nd) and SLG (.563, 3rd). Eleven of his 19 RBI have come via the home run (5 solo, one 2-run, one grand slam) five of his 7 HR have come in the 6th inning or later. Has appeared in 26 games with 21 starts (14-LF, 5-RF, 2-DH) all 21 starts have come vs. RH starters only has 6 AB vs. LHP this season. #29 DANIEL ROBERTSON, INF Sat: 1-2, BB Series: 1-3, BB Trip: 6-23, 2B, HR, RBI, 2-BB, 2-R vs. LH:.167 (6-36), 2-HR 2017:.210/.320/.352, 4-HR, 7-RBI, 1-SB Current Hitting Streak: 1G (.500, 1-2) RISP:.200 (3-15) vs. RH:.232 (16-69), 2-HR Has hit safely in 5 straight starts, longest streak of his career snapped a 50 AB homerless drought with his first career road HR on Tue at TEX. Has started 15 of the Rays last 17 games and is batting.250/.316/.365 (13-for-52) with 3 2B, 1 HR, 5 BB and 5 runs over that span (since May 16). Five of his 7 XBH have come in home games has a.431 SLG in 18 games (16 starts) at Tropicana Field, compared to a.278 SLG on the road. Has appeared in 38 games with 33 starts (19-2B, 7-3B, 5-SS, 2-DH) has combined to make 1 error in 126 total chances for a.992 fielding pct.
4 #20 STEVEN SOUZA JR., OF Sat: 0-4 Series: 0-6, 2-BB Trip: 10-34, 2-2B, 3-HR, 7-RBI, 4-BB, 7-R vs. LH:.259 (14-54) 2017:.266/.377/.489, 10-HR, 33-RBI, 1-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-10 RISP:.292 (14-48) vs. RH:.269 (36-134), 10-HR Hitless in his last 10 AB has 5 HR over his last 10 games, matching his home run total from his first 42 games (41 starts) of the season. On Wed at TEX, his 2nd-inning HR off Austin Bibens-Dirkx went 455 feet, longest by a Ray since Evan Longoria on July 19, 2016 at COL (462). Ranks among AL leaders in times on base (84, T-7th) and walks (32, T-2nd) also ranks among team leaders in HR (10, 3rd) and RBI (33, 2nd). On Mon at TEX, had a career-high-tying 4 hits (3rd time, last April 6, 2016 vs. TOR) and scored a career-high 4 runs was the fifth game of 4 hits and 4 runs in club history, first since Ben Zobrist on June 11, 2011 at BAL he was the first player in club history to do that from the leadoff spot. Has appeared in 52 games with 51 starts (50-RF, 1-CF) his 4 Defensive Runs Saved are tied for 3rd among AL RF, according to Fangraphs. #45 JESÚS SUCRE, C Sat: 0-0 (def. rep.) Series: 0-0 Trip: 2-11 vs. LH:.267 (4-15) 2017:.246/.277/.377, 2-HR, 13-RBI, 1-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-4 RISP:.450 (9-20) vs. RH:.239 (11-46), 2-HR His 2 HR and 13 RBI are both career highs has 11 RBI out of the No. 9 spot in the order, T-2nd in the majors behind DET Jose Iglesias (16). Batting.450 (9-for-20) with RISP and.345 (10-for-29) with runner(s) on base in comparison, has hit.156 (5-for-32) with the bases empty. Has appeared in 21 games (15 starts) at catcher has 3 catcher pickoffs, most in the AL and tying the club record set by Toby Hall in Has caught 28.6 percent of attempted base stealers in his career, including 43.5 pct. (10 of 23) with Seattle in 2015 is 1-for-5 this season. #8 RICKIE WEEKS JR., INF Sat: 0-1 (PH in 8th) Series: 0-1 Trip: 4-11, 2-BB vs. LH:.200 (9-45), 1-HR 2017:.231/.333/.363, 2-HR, 8-RBI, 1-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-1 RISP:.136 (3-22) vs. RH:.261 (12-46), 1-HR Batting.310/.356/.452 (13-for-42) with 3 2B, 1 HR and 5 RBI over his last 15 games (10 starts), increasing his season avg. from.163 to.231. Has 11 PA as a PH, most in the AL, one more than LAA Ben Revere and BOS Chris Young has hit.111 (1-for-9) with 1 2B, 1 BB and 1 HBP as a PH. Has struck out in 46 of his 105 PA (43.8 pct. highest in the majors, min. 75 PA) struck out in 26.3 pct. of his PA with the D-backs in Has appeared in 35 games with 24 starts (13-DH, 11-1B) it s his first career experience at 1B has started all 18 Rays games vs. LH starters. RAYS BULLPEN NOTES #46 JOSÉ ALVARADO, LH Last App: 5/29 at TEX (1.1-IP, 2-H, 1-R, 1-BB, 1-SO) Saves-Opps: -- vs. LH:.111 (2-18) 2017: 0-0-0, 3.86 ERA, 12 G Long Relief App: 2.0, 2x-last 5/16 at CLE IR-RS: 5-1 vs. RH:.182 (4-22) Has a 1.69 ERA (10.2-IP, 2-ER) over his last 11 apps, after allowing 3 R/ER in his major league debut nine of those 11 apps have been scoreless. On Mon at TEX, inherited runners and 2B and 3B and stranded both allowed 1 run in the 4th inning, allowing a double and single to start the inn. According to Statcast, his avg. fastball velocity is 98.2 mph his max velocity of mph is the fastest by a Rays lefty since Jake McGee in 2014 (100.5). Pitched for Venezuela in the World Baseball Classic during spring training, going 1-0 with a 9.00 ERA (3-IP, 1-H, 3-ER, 3-BB, 4-SO) in 3 apps. #37 ALEX COLOMÉ, RH Last App: 5/31 at TEX (S, 1.0-IP, 2-H, 1-R, 1-BB, 0-SO) Saves-Opps: vs. LH:.159 (7-44), 1-HR 2017: , 2.05 ERA, 25 G Long Relief App: 2.0, 2x-last 5/28 at MIN IR-RS: 14-2 vs. RH:.217 (10-46) Has 15 SV, T-2nd in the AL behind BOS Craig Kimbrel (16) and T-3rd in the majors behind COL Greg Holland (20) led the majors with 10 SV in May. On Wed at TEX, pitched the 10th inning and yielded a run in the 7-5 win, the first time in his career he allowed a run in an app ending with a save went BB, 1B, FC to start the inning, then allowed a run on a pop up single by Adrian Beltre brought the winning run to the plate but got a GIDP. Since the start of May, has a 1.26 ERA (14.1-IP, 2-ER) in 14 apps and has converted all 10 save opps had 2 blown saves and 2 losses in April. Has a 1.50 ERA (18-IP, 2-ER) in save situations this season (3.24 ERA in non-save situations) since 2016, has recorded 9 saves of 4 outs or more, most in the AL and tied with LAD Kenley Jansen for the most in the majors has 3 saves of 1.1 IP or more this season, tied for the AL lead. 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. #43 DANNY FARQUHAR, RH Last App: 6/2 at SEA (1.0-IP, 3-H, 4-R, 2-BB, 1-SO) Saves-Opps: 0-1 vs. LH:.186 (8-43) 2017: 2-2-0, 4.85 ERA, 29 G Long Relief App: 2.0, 5/28 at MIN IR-RS: 18-5 vs. RH:.244 (11-45), 2-HR On Fri at SEA, pitched the 7th and yielded a career-high-tying 4 R/ER (3rd time, last May 11, 2014 vs. KC, with SEA) has allowed runs in 3 of his last 4 apps (5-IP, 8-ER), increasing his ERA from 2.57 to 4.85, following a streak of 16 straight scoreless apps, longest such streak of his career. Has yielded 18 BB, 3rd among major league relievers and the most among AL relievers has allowed a walk in 6 straight apps (9 BB, 2 IBB). Has made a team-leading 29 apps, T-2nd in the majors his 28 apps thru the end of May were the most by a Ray since Joel Peralta in 2013 (29). #52 RYAN GARTON, RH Last App: 6/2 at SEA (3.2-IP, 3-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 3-SO) Saves-Opps: 0-1 vs. LH:.308 (4-13), 1-HR 2017: 0-1-0, 7.36 ERA, 5 G Long Relief App: 3.2, 6/2 at SEA IR-RS: -- vs. RH:.333 (5-15) On Fri at SEA, went a career long 3.2 IP (prev. 2.2, June 16, 2016 vs. SEA), the longest relief app by a Ray since Erasmo Ramirez on April 26 at BAL (4 IP) replaced Jake Odorizzi in the 3rd and retired his first 6 BF threw a season-high 47 pitches and lowered his season ERA from to Recalled from Triple-A Durham on Wed for his third stint this season (also April 22-30, May 24-28) replaced Matt Andriese on the active roster. Has gone 2-0 with a 0.59 ERA (15.1-IP, 1-ER), 2 SV and 24 SO in 12 apps with Durham his only run allowed there came in his season debut. Split last season between Durham and the Rays, making 37 apps over five stints, his first major league action selected in the 34th round of the 2012 June Draft, becoming the lowest-round pick drafted by the Rays to play for them since RH Chad Gaudin in #49 TOMMY HUNTER, RH Last App: 6/3 at SEA (1.0-IP, 1-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 2-SO) Saves-Opps: -- vs. LH:.115 (3-26) 2017: 0-1-0, 1.84 ERA, 15 G Long Relief App: 2.0, 2x-last 5/30 at TEX IR-RS: 8-2 vs. RH:.286 (8-28), 1-HR Has retired 15 of 17 BF over his last 3 apps, incl. a scoreless 8th yesterday at SEA went 2 IP in consecutive apps, Sun at MIN and Tue at TEX. Thirteen of his 15 apps have been scoreless, including all 8 apps at home at the time of his DL stint, his 10 apps tied Jumbo Díaz for the team lead. Reinstated from the 10-day DL on May 25 after missing 30 games (right calf strain) made 1 rehab app with Class-A Charlotte before returning. Took the loss on May 27 at MIN, going Dozier 2-run homer, Mauer double, Byron Buxton single to his first 3 BF in the 8th inning, inheriting 1-on, 2-out it was his first homer allowed since May 29, 2016 vs. BAL (with CLE, against Nolan Reimold) his 3 hits and 2 R/ER were both season highs. Has been used exclusively as a reliever since 2013 has pitched to a 3.16 ERA (256-IP, 90-ER) and held righties to a.219 avg. over that span. #50 AUSTIN PRUITT, RH Last App: 5/31 at TEX (W, 2.0-IP, 0-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 3-SO) Saves-Opps: 0-1 vs. LH:.342 (13-38) 2017: 4-1-0, 6.85 ERA, 13 G, 1 GS Long Relief App: 3.1, 4/19 vs. DET IR-RS: 4-1 vs. RH:.349 (22-63), 2-HR Retired all 6 BF on 24 pitches (16 strikes) for the win on Wed at TEX recalled that day for his second stint with the Rays (Opening Day May 9). His 4 wins are T-2nd among ML relievers and most in the majors among rookie relievers became the first Rays rookie with 4 wins through the end of May (starter or reliever) since Jeremy Hellickson (6) in 2011 was one of three Rays rookies with 3 wins in April (last RH Lance Carter in 2003). Has yielded runs in 9 of his 13 apps this season, including his first 6 apps to start his career had a ERA (5.2-IP, 10-ER) through 6 apps. In between major league stints, made 5 apps with Triple-A Durham and pitched to a 1.04 ERA (8.2-IP, 4-H, 1-ER) with 1 SV, 0 BB and 10 SO. #59 RYNE STANEK, RH Last App: 6/2 at SEA (1.0-IP, 1-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 0-SO) Saves-Opps: 0-1 vs. LH:.222 (2-9) 2017: 0-0-0, 1.29 ERA, 9 G Long Relief App: 1.1, 2x-last 5/29 at TEX IR-RS: 8-4 vs. RH:.313 (5-16), 1-HR On Fri at SEA, had a scoreless 8th, pitching around a 1-out double to Tyler Smith hit a season-high mph in the at-bat vs. Kyle Seager. According to Statcast, his avg. fastball velocity is 98.7 mph his max velocity of mph is the fastest by a Ray since Rodney in 2013 (100.9). Eight of his 9 apps have been scoreless, including 6 straight his only run allowed this season was a Matt Holliday homer on May 19 vs. NYY. Recalled from Triple-A Durham on May 14 went 1-0 with a 2.00 ERA (18-IP, 4-ER), 2 SV and a 12.5 SO/9 IP ratio in his 14 apps for the Bulls. Split last season between Double-A Montgomery and Durham his last 23 apps of the season came out of the bullpen pitched for the U.S. team in the Futures Game in July at Petco Park tabbed by Baseball America as having the Best Fastball in the organization following the season. #47 CHASE WHITLEY, RH Last App: 6/3 at SEA (2.0-IP, 1-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 2-SO) Saves-Opps: 1-1 vs. LH:.190 (8-42) 2017: 1-1-1, 2.88 ERA, 17 G Long Relief App: 3.0, 3x-last 5/20 vs. NYY IR-RS: 7-1 vs. RH:.159 (7-44) Has made 6 relief apps this season of at least 2 IP (last yesterday at SEA) has made 3 relief apps of at least 3 IP, tied for most such apps in the AL. Has pitched to a 5.40 ERA (13.1-IP, 8-ER) over his last 10 apps, dating back to May 5, after starting the season on a scoreless streak of 12.2 IP. Has gone with a 2.75 ERA (39.1-IP, 12-ER) in 22 apps (1 start) with TB since returning from Tommy John surgery on Sep 11, 2016 at NYY. On Tue at TEX, took his first loss since May 14, 2015 at TB (with NYY), his last app/start before Tommy John surgery yielded 4 straight baserunners with 1 out in the 8th, and his 4 hits and 4 runs that inning were both his most in a relief app since Sep 27, 2016 at CWS (3.2 IP, 4 H, 4 R/2 ER).
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 LAST HR OFF 17 MOST HITS GAME 17 MOST RBI GAME Beckham 6/2/17 at SEA Bergman 3, 3x-last, 5/17 at CLE 4, 5/4 vs. MIA Dickerson 6/3/17 at SEA Gaviglio 4, 2x-last, 5/28 at MIN 4, 5/20 vs. NYY Kiermaier 6/2/17 at SEA Pazos 3, 4x-last, 6/2 at SEA 2, 5x-last, 6/2 at SEA Longoria 5/29/17 at TEX Perez 4, 5/19 vs. NYY 4, 5/29 at TEX Martínez 6/15/16 at KC Kennedy 2, 5/10 at TOR -- Miller 5/9/17 vs. KC Wood 3, 2x-last, 5/15 at CLE 2, 2x-last, 4/16 at BOS Morrison 6/3/17 at SEA Diaz 3, 4/2 vs. NYY 4, 4/14 at BOS Norris 5/31/17 at TEX Dyson 2, 5x-last, 5/15 at CLE 2, 4x-last, 5/27 at MIN Rasmus 6/2/17 at SEA Bergman 3, 5/10 vs. KC 4, 2x-last, 5/25 vs. LAA Robertson 5/30/17 at TEX Martinez 2, 2x-last, 5/20 vs. NYY 2, 5/5 vs. TOR Souza Jr. 5/31/17 at TEX Bibens-Dirkx 4, 5/29 at TEX 3, 4x-last, 5/24 vs. LAA Sucre 5/17/17 at CLE Armstrong 2, 3x-last, 5/28 at MIN 3, 2x-last, 5/14 at BOS Weeks Jr. 5/10/17 vs. KC Hammel 2, 5x-last, 5/27 at MIN 2, 3x-last, 5/19 vs. NYY RAYS BY THE NUMBERS Current Streak: L2 When commit error: Hit homer: Current Record: Ahead after 6-7-8: 23-6/24-3/25-1 Homer with men on: 18-6 Home/Road: 16-13/13-16 Behind after 6-7-8: 4-16/3-22/3-26 Hit multiple homers: Day/Night: 9-13/20-16 Tied after 6-7-8: 2-7/2-4/1-2 Score first: Grass/Turf: 12-14/ run games: 4-9 Score 5 or more: 23-5 vs. East: run games: 8-4 Score less than 5: 6-24 vs. Central: 8-5 Extra innings: 3-3 Outhit opponents: 24-5 vs. West: 5-7 Win in last at-bat: 5 Outhit by opponents: 2-21 vs. National League: 3-1 Come-from-behind wins: 15 Collect 10 or more hits: 17-4 vs. RH/LH starters: 23-16/7-12 Opp. come-from-behind wins: 20 Opp. 10 or more hits: 5-11 Series W-L-T (home): Series W-L-T (road): Wearing white/gray/navy/lt. blue: 13-8/6-8/8-10/2-3 RUN SUPPORT FOR STARTING PITCHERS PITCHER STARTS RUNS RUNS/START RUNS/9-IP CLUB RECORD QUALITY Andriese Archer Cobb Odorizzi Pruitt Ramirez Snell RAYS SEASON HIGHS TEAM BATTING INDIVIDUAL BATTING Longest win streak 4, 5/16-5/21 Most runs, game, TB 4, 2x-last, Souza Jr., 5/29 at TEX Long loss streak 3, 4x-last, 5/21-5/24 Most runs, game, Opp 3, 8x-last, Valencia, 6/3 at SEA Most runs game, TB 12, 5/10 vs. KC Most hits, game, TB 4, 4x-last, Souza Jr., 5/29 at TEX Most runs game, Opp 12, 6/2 at SEA Most hits, game, Opp 4, 6x-last, Valencia, 6/3 at SEA Most runs, inn, TB 7, 5/14 at BOS (9th) Most 2B, game, TB 2, 4x-last, Souza Jr., 5/29 at TEX Most runs, inn, Opp 5, 6x-last, 6/2 at SEA (1st) Most 2B, game, Opp 2, 7x-last, Andrus, 5/31 at TEX Most hits, game, TB 18, 5/28 at MIN Most HR, game, TB 2, 5x-last, Souza Jr., 5/24 vs. LAA 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, 6x-last, Longoria, 5/29 at TEX 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, 8x-last, 5/29 at TEX 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, 5/16 at CLE Most steals, game, TB 2, 2x-last, Miller, 5/1 at MIA Most HR, game, Opp 3, 3x-last, 5/5 vs. TOR Most steals, game, Opp 3, Gordon, 5/1 at MIA Most x-base hits, game, TB 8, 4/14 at BOS Hitting Streak 9, Dickerson, May 24-Current Most x-base hits, game, Opp 6, 7x-last, 5/15 at CLE TEAM/INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Most stolen bases, game, TB 2, 6x-last, 5/1 at MIA 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, 2x-last, Sale, 5/13 at BOS Most walks, game, TB 11, 5/2 at MIA Most SO, TB Reliever 5, Pruitt, 4/19 vs. DET Most walks, game, Opp 11, 5/28 at MIN Most IP, TB Reliever 4.0, 2x-last, Ramirez, 4/26 at BAL 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, 5/28 at MIN 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 2, 2x-last, 5/28 at MIN 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 (2): Morrison (4/14 at BOS, Porcello); Rasmus (5/10 vs. KC, Moylan) Back-to-Back (7): 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) LAST HR & PLAYER SEASON HIGHS HOME RUNS 2-HR games (5): Beckham-2 (4/26 at BAL, Bundy; 5/4 vs. MIA, Straily); Dickerson-2 (5/16 at CLE, Salazar; 5/20 vs. NYY, Tanaka); 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 (-): - HOME RUNS 1R 2R 3R GS TOTAL Morrison Dickerson Souza Jr Beckham Longoria Kiermaier Rasmus Norris Robertson 4 4 Bourjos 2 2 Miller 2 2 Sucre 2 2 Weeks Jr Peterson 1 1 Smith TOTALS CATCHERS PCT CS ATT Norris Sucre TOTALS MISC. Game-Tying & Go-Ahead RBI: Morrison (15), Dickerson (13), Longoria (11), Souza Jr. (11), Beckham (10), Miller (7), Sucre (6), Kiermaier (4), Norris (4), Rasmus (3), Robertson (3), Weeks Jr. (3), Peterson (2), Bourjos (1) 2-Out RBI: Souza Jr. (17), Beckham (15), Rasmus (14), Kiermaier (12), Longoria (10), Morrison (10), Sucre (9), Dickerson (8), Norris (8), Weeks Jr. (5), Miller (3), Peterson (3), Bourjos (2), Robertson (1) Outfield Assists (9): Kiermaier (3), Souza Jr. (3), Rasmus (2), Bourjos (1) Bunt Singles (5): Beckham (1), Kiermaier (1), Miller (1), Rasmus (1), Smith (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 (9): 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) 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). 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). WALK-OFF LOSSES 1. April 26 at BAL (L, 4-5) - Seth Smith basesloaded walk...off Danny Farquhar (11th inning). RUNS BY INNING X Total Opponent Tampa Bay INSTANT REPLAY CHALLENGES (last five) GAME CHALLENGED BY INN. PLAYER OF REFERENCE INITIAL CALL RULING 5/30 at TEX Texas T8 Tim Beckham Safe at 2B Stands 5/30 at TEX Tampa Bay B8 Ryan Rua Safe at 3B Stands 5/31 at TEX Tampa Bay B5 Shin Soo Choo No violation (Slide rule) Confirmed 5/31 at TEX Texas T6 Colby Rasmus Safe at 3B Overturned 5/31 at TEX Texas B7 Pete Kozma No violation (HP Collision) Confirmed Rays Totals (bold): 27 challenges (12 overturned, 9 stand, 6 confirmed) Opp Totals: 23 challenges (7 overturned, 9 stand, 7 confirmed) Umpire Totals: 6 challenges (0 record keeping, 1 overturned, 4 stand, 1 confirmed)
6 OPENING DAY ROSTER PITCHERS (12): RH Matt Andriese, RH Chris Archer, LH Xavier Cedeño, RH Alex Cobb, RH Alex Colomé, RH Jumbo Díaz, RH Danny Farquhar, RH Tommy Hunter, RH Jake Odorizzi, RH Austin Pruitt, RH Erasmo Ramírez, LH Blake Snell CATCHERS (2): Derek Norris, Jesús Sucre INFIELDERS (6): Tim Beckham, Evan Longoria, Brad Miller, Logan Morrison, Daniel Robertson, Rickie Weeks Jr. OUTFIELDERS (5): Peter Bourjos, Corey Dickerson, Kevin Kiermaier, Mallex Smith, Steven Souza Jr. DL (7): RHP Brad Boxberger (10-day), INF Matt Duffy (10-day), RHP Nathan Eovaldi (60- day), RHP Kevin Gadea (60-day), C Wilson Ramos (60-day), OF Colby Rasmus (10-day), RHP Shawn Tolleson (60-day) Apr 14 Apr 16 Apr 22 Apr 23 Apr 27 May 1 Placed OF Mallex Smith (right hamstring strain) on the 10-day DL; transferred RH Brad Boxberger (right flexor strain) to the 60-day DL; selected OF Shane Peterson from Triple-A Durham. Placed RH Jake Odorizzi (left hamstring strain) on the 10-day DL; recalled RH Chase Whitley from Durham. Placed LH Xavier Cedeño (left forearm tightness) on the 10-day DL, retroactive to April 18; recalled RH Ryan Garton from Durham. Placed RH Tommy Hunter (right calf strain) on the 10-day DL; recalled RH Chih-Wei Hu from Durham. Reinstated OF Mallex Smith (right hamstring strain) from the 10-day DL and optioned him to Durham. Reinstated RH Jake Odorizzi (left hamstring strain) from the 10-day DL; optioned RH Ryan Garton to Durham. TRANSACTIONS (since Opening Day) RAYS ON THE DISABLED LIST (11) May 2 Reinstated OF Colby Rasmus (recovery from hip surgery) from the 10-day DL; designated OF Shane Peterson for assignment. May 3 Recalled LH José Alvarado from Double-A Montgomery; optioned RH Chih-Wei Hu to Durham. May 4 Placed RH Erasmo Ramirez on the paternity list; recalled RH Chih-Wei Hu from Durham. May 5 Optioned RH Chih-Wei Hu to Durham; selected LH Justin Marks from Durham. May 6 Reinstated RH Erasmo Ramirez from the paternity list; designated LH Justin Marks for assignment. May 9 Optioned RH Austin Pruitt to Durham; selected RH Diego Moreno from Durham. May 14 Optioned LH Blake Snell to Durham; recalled RH Ryne Stanek from Durham. 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. Jun 1 Reinstated INF Brad Miller (left abdominal strain) from the 10-day DL; optioned OF Mallex Smith to Durham. POS. PLAYER DL INJURY DATE ON RETRO FIRST DATE OFF GMS MISSED RECORD RHP Matt Andriese 10-day Strained groin May 31 - June OF Peter Bourjos 10-day Tennis elbow May 30 May 29 June RHP Brad Boxberger 60-day Right flexor strain April 2 - June LHP Xavier Cedeño 60-day Left forearm tightness April 21 April 18 June RHP Jumbo Díaz 10-day Right arm fatigue May 25 May 23 June INF Matt Duffy 10-day Recovery from Achilles surgery April 2 - April RHP Nathan Eovaldi 60-day Tommy John surgery March 10 - June RHP Kevin Gadea 60-day Right forearm tendinitis March 26 - June RHP Diego Moreno 10-day Right shoulder bursitis May 24 May 22 June C Wilson Ramos 60-day Recovery from torn ACL April 2 - June RHP Shawn Tolleson 60-day Tommy John surgery April 2 - June Others (Games Missed): RH Tommy Hunter (30, right calf strain, 14-16), INF Brad Miller (13, left abdominal strain, 8-5), RH Jake Odorizzi (14, left hamstring strain, 6-8), OF Colby Rasmus (27, recovery from hip surgery, 13-14), 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 Kiermaier Longoria Martínez Miller Morrison Norris Peterson Rasmus Robertson Smith Souza Jr Sucre Weeks Jr RAYS HITTERS vs. MARINERS 2017 CAREER PLAYER G AB H HR RBI BB SO AVG OBP G AB H HR RBI BB SO AVG OBP Beckham Dickerson Kiermaier Longoria Martínez Miller Morrison Norris Rasmus Robertson Souza Jr Sucre Weeks Jr RAYS PITCHERS vs. MARINERS 2017 CAREER PLAYER W L Sv IP H ER SO ERA AVG W L Sv IP H ER SO ERA AVG Alvarado Archer Cobb Colomé Farquhar Garton Hunter Odorizzi Pruitt Ramirez Stanek Whitley
THURSDAY, MAY 25, 2017 vs. LOS ANGELES ANGELS RH Matt Andriese (4-1, 3.75) vs. RH Daniel Wright (0-0, 5.54) First Pitch: 1:10 p.m. Location: Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Fla. TV: None Radio: WDAE 620
SATURDAY, MAY 20, 2017 vs. NEW YORK YANKEES RH Matt Andriese (3-1, 3.18) vs. RH Masahiro Tanaka (5-2, 5.80) First Pitch: 4:10 p.m. Location: Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Fla. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio:
SUNDAY, MAY 14, 2017 at BOSTON RED SOX RH Matt Andriese (2-1, 3.12) vs. LH Drew Pomeranz (3-2, 5.23) First Pitch: 1:35 p.m. Location: Fenway Park, Boston, Mass. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio: WDAE 620 AM, Radio
FRIDAY, MAY 19, 2017 vs. NEW YORK YANKEES RH Erasmo Ramirez (2-0, 2.92) vs. RH Luis Severino (2-2, 3.86) First Pitch: 7:10 p.m. Location: Tropicana Field, Cleveland, Ohio TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio: WDAE
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
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 2017 at TORONTO BLUE JAYS RH Jake Faria (5-3, 3.19) vs. RH Marcus Stroman (10-6, 3.00) First Pitch: 7:07 p.m. Location: Rogers Centre, Toronto, Ont.. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio: WDAE
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
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2017 vs. NEW YORK YANKEES RH Chris Archer (9-9, 4.00) vs. LH Jaime García (1-2, 4.88) First Pitch: 1:10 p.m. Location: Citi Field, New York, N.Y. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio: WDAE
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2017 at NEW YORK YANKEES RH Matt Andriese (5-4, 4.44) vs. RH Luis Severino (13-6, 3.03) First Pitch: 7:05 p.m. Location: Yankee Stadium, Bronx, N.Y. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio: WDAE
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2017 at NEW YORK YANKEES LH Blake Snell (4-6, 4.01) vs. LH Jordan Montgomery (8-7, 4.06) First Pitch: 7:05 p.m. Location: Yankee Stadium, Bronx, N.Y. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio: WDAE
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2017 at BOSTON RED SOX RH Matt Andriese (5-2, 3.78) vs. LH Chris Sale (15-7, 2.85) First Pitch: 7:10 p.m. Location: Fenway Park, Boston, Mass. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio: Rays Radio
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 2015 vs. DETROIT TIGERS RH Chris Archer (9-7, 2.67) vs. RH Justin Verlander (0-3, 5.57) First Pitch: 12:10 p.m. Location: Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Fla. TV: No TV Radio: WDAE
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 2016 vs. TORONTO BLUE JAYS LH Matt Moore (3-4, 5.43 in 2015) vs. LH J.A. Happ (11-8, 3.61 in 2015) First Pitch: 1:10 p.m. Location: Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Fla. TV: Fox Sports
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2016 vs. CHICAGO WHITE SOX LH Blake Snell (6-8, 3.65) vs. RH Miguel Gonzalez (4-7, 3.83) First Pitch: 8:10 p.m. ET Location: U.S. Cellular Field, Chicago, Ill. TV: Fox Sports Sun
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