SUNDAY, AUGUST 14, 2016 at NEW YORK YANKEES RH Jake Odorizzi (6-5, 3.69) vs. RH Luis Severino (1-7, 6.42)

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1 SUNDAY, AUGUST 14, 2016 at NEW YORK YANKEES RH Jake Odorizzi (6-5, 3.69) vs. RH Luis Severino (1-7, 6.42) First Pitch: 1:05 p.m. Location: Yankee Stadium, Bronx, N.Y. TV: Fox Sports Sun Radio: WDAE 620 AM, WAMA 1550 AM (Sp.) Game No.: 116 (46-69) Road Game No.: 57 (21-35) All-Time Game No.: 3,030 (1,397-1,632) All-Time Road Game No.: 1,512 ( ) April: May: June: July: 9-16 August: 4-8 Pre-All-Star Break: Post-All-Star Break: RAY MATTER The Rays close out this 6-game road trip today having lost 4 of 5 so far (1-2 at Toronto and 0-2 here) the Rays have also lost 3 straight games to fall to 23 games under.500, matching their low point for the season (also on July 26) during the losing streak, the Rays hitters have a combined total of only 15 hits, they have been outscored 21-7 and Rays pitchers have allowed 9 home runs Rays have also dropped 5 of the last 6 games and are winless (0-3-1) in their last 4 series since sweeping the Yankees at Tropicana Field last month over the longer haul, the Rays are 8-8 since July 27 when they were a season-high 20.0 GB and following their worst-ever 3-24 stretch that sent them from (5.5 GB) on June 16 to (19.5 GB) on July 16. GOTHAM GOPHERS In yesterday s 8-4 loss here, the Rays surrendered a season-high 5 home runs, the most they have ever allowed in this park included were home runs by Yankees Tyler Austin and Aaron Judge who both homered in their first major league plate appearances only one other player had ever homered in his first major league plate appearance against the Rays: J.P. Arencibia (now with the Rays at Triple-A Durham) at Toronto on Aug 7, 2010 off James Shields only one other player has homered in his first major league game against the Rays: Miguel Cabrera at Miami on June 20, 2003 off Al Levine. 40,000 STREAK With a large crowd expected here today, this likely will be the first time ever the Rays will play in front of 40,000+ in six consecutive games the first 5 games of this road trip to Toronto s Rogers Centre and Yankee Stadium have all been in excess of 40,000 in addition to the current streak, the Rays also played in front of five consecutive 40,000 crowds from July 20-24, 2007 in games at old Yankee Stadium and Oriole Park at Camden Yards the Rays played in front of seven consecutive 40,000+ crowds in the final 7 games of the 2008 postseason. SINCE THE BREAK; ODORIZZI LEADS MAJORS, RAYS LEAD A.L. The Rays are since the All-Star break, but have outscored their opponents by 23 runs (117-94), tied with Boston and Cleveland for the largest run differential in the AL Rays had a -74 run differential in the first half of the season the pitching staff owns a 3.13 ERA (239-IP, 83 ER), 2nd in the majors behind the Cubs (2.42) the Rays were 24th best in the first half (4.57) Rays starters have a 3.01 ERA (161.1-IP, 54-ER) since the break also 2nd to the Cubs (2.32) today s starter Jake Odorizzi has the best ERA since the break among major league starters at 1.13 (32-IP, 4-ER) and he is 3-0 in his 5 starts. RAYS vs. YANKEES Following yesterday s loss, the Rays have now lost six straight series here while going 5-11 in the overall 2016 season series, the Yankees lead 6 games to 5 the Rays record vs. NYY since 2010 is the best among AL teams they are at new Yankee Stadium after going at the original the Rays have out-homered the Yankees alltime in this park, LONGO TRAILS MARKAKIS BY ONE With 2 hits yesterday, Evan Longoria has 71 hits here and now trails Nick Markakis (72) by one for the most hits by a visiting player at new Yankee Stadium Evan s 43 RBI here are the most by a visiting player and his 15 HR are tied with BOS David Ortiz for 2nd most among visitors behind TOR Jose Bautista (17) of his 31 HR overall vs. the Yankees, 29 have come as a 3B only one third baseman has hit more career home runs vs. NYY: Brooks Robinson (34) in Longo s career, he has played 58 games at 3B in either new or old Yankee Stadium and has made only one error the only error came here on July 27, 2013 on a ground ball hit by Ichiro Suzuki. LET THE SUN SHINE IN Rays 3B Evan Longoria has hit 14 home runs in 42 day games, tied for the major league lead with CHC Anthony Rizzo (52 games) it is already the 2nd most home runs in day games in club history behind Carlos Peña who hit 22 in 2007 on his way to an overall total of 46, the Rays club record. LONGO HEADING FOR CAREER HIGHS WITH BAT, GLOVE Evan is now on pace for 179 hits, 37 home runs and 80 extra-base hits all would be career highs his.534 slugging pct. and.977 fielding pct. would also be career bests. MILLER TIME Yesterday, 1B Brad Miller became the seventh Rays player to have a 2-homer, 4-RBI game at Yankee Stadium (new or old), first since Yunel Escobar on Sep 11, 2014 it was his sixth multi-homer game, first with the Rays it came in his 450th career game Babe Ruth had 7 multi-homer games in his first 450 games in his last 17 games since July 26, Miller has 7 homers, 14 extra-base hits, 15 runs scored and 16 RBI. HR LEADERS, MLB, SINCE JUNE 17 Brian Dozier, MIN 18 Brad Miller, TB 16 Mike Napoli, CLE 15 Justin Turner, LAD 15 FREQUENT GUESTS AT YANKEE SHINDIGS The Rays have been present for a number of Yankees historical moments over the years, including Old Timers Days in 2004, 2010 and 2013 others: Sep 25, 2001 First game back from Sep 11 attacks Tanyon Sturtze (8-12) beat Roger Clemens (20-1) by a 4-0 score. Sep 10, 2009 Derek Jeter ties Lou Gehrig for most hits by a Yankee July 16, 2010 Yankees first game following the deaths of George Steinbrenner and legendary PA voice Bob Sheppard. Sep 21, 2010 Unveiling of plaque of George Steinbrenner at Monument Park July 9, 2011 Derek Jeter s 3,000th hit July 28, 2013 Hideki Matsui retirement ceremony September 26, 2013 Mariano Rivera s last game August 13, 2016 Alex Rodriguez s last game August 14, th Anniversary of 1996 World Champions NEWS OF THE INFIRMED 1B Logan Morrison (right forearm strain) and OF Oswaldo Arcia (right elbow strain) are playing for Class-A Charlotte and both went 0-for-3 last night in Charlotte s 7-1 loss to Fort Myers (Twins) both are off today in 4 games thus far, Morrison is 3-for-13 with a double, and in 6 games Arcia is 5-for-17 with a walk, a triple, HR and 4 RBI former Yankee RH Chase Whitley (Tommy John surgery) earned a win Thursday night when he worked a season-high 5 innings for Double-A Montgomery in their 12-1 victory over the Mobile Bay Bears (D-backs) Whitley s line: 5-IP, 1-H, 1-R, 1-ER, 2-BB, 4-SO Whitley has made a combined 5 starts for Montgomery and Class-A Charlotte (2-0, 1.20-ERA, 15-IP, 5-H, 2-R/ER, 6-BB, 18-SO) he is expected to start Tuesday for Charlotte at home vs. Jupiter (Marlins) RH Alex Cobb (Tommy John surgery) made his most recent rehab start for Triple-A Durham Wednesday night at Pawtucket (Red Sox) his line: 3-IP, 8-H, 4-R/ER, 0-BB, 4-SO, 2-HR it was his first game with Durham he is scheduled to start Tuesday for Durham at Columbus (Indians). FLASHING HIS PLATINUM Since returning from the DL immediately following the All-Star break, CF Kevin Kiermaier (who missed yesterday s game with the flu) has more putouts than any other AL outfielder and has 3 assists, tied for most among all CF despite only 63 games in CF, he is 2nd among major league major league CF with 14 Defensive Runs Saved, trailing only TOR Kevin Pillar (17 DRS in 109 games) since the beginning of 2015, he has a combined 56 DRS, 17 more than any other major league player (Giants SS Brandon Crawford has 39). UP NEXT, PADRES AND INTERLEAGUE PLAY The Padres kick off a 10-game homestand at Tropicana Field tomorrow this series represents 3 of only 7 games the Rays have in their final 46 games against teams currently under.500 it is the 6th time these two teams have met, 5th time they will meet in St. Petersburg the Rays swept the last series (at Tropicana Field in 2013) Rays have won 4 straight games and lead the all-time series, 9 games to 6 the Rays are 7-10 in interleague play and need to sweep SD to avoid their first losing season vs. the NL since 2010 (7-11). TRADE PARTNERS During the Rays Era, the Rays and Padres have made 4 trades involving 20 players switching teams including Logan Forsythe, Brad Boxberger, Matt Andriese and Wil Myers. THIS DATE IN RAYS HISTORY August 14, 2005 Travis Lee s pinchhit home run in the top of the 9th off Indians All-Star closer Bob Wickman is the only run of the game Lee becomes just the 3rd player to win a 1-0 game with a pinch-hit homer Scott Kazmir, Joe Borowski and Danys Baez hold the Indians to seven singles Tampa Bay sweeps the 3-game series against the Indians, who had won their previous 6 games. TOMORROW IS MILITARY MONDAY All active-duty military, retired and honorably discharged veterans can get two free tickets presented by the Tampa Bay Times tickets may be reserved at raysbaseball.com. Upcoming Games Time (ET) Probable Starting Pitchers (Rays vs. Opp.) TV Radio Mon., Aug 15 vs. SD 7:10 p.m. LH Drew Smyly (4-11, 5.04) vs. RH Luis Perdomo (5-6, 6.80) Fox Sports Sun WDAE 620 AM, WGES 680 AM (Sp.) Tue., Aug 16 vs. SD 7:10 p.m. LH Blake Snell (3-5, 3.18) vs. RH Edwin Jackson (3-2, 4.19) Fox Sports Sun WDAE 620 AM, WGES 680 AM (Sp.) Wed., Aug 17 vs. SD 1:10 p.m. RH Chis Archer (6-16, 4.39) vs. LH Christian Friedrich (4-8, 4.84) No TV WDAE 620 AM

2 TODAY S STARTER RH JAKE ODORIZZI (6-5, 3.69) YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO IP H R ER BB SO HR Avg Charlotte (A) Tampa Bay Tampa Bay Major League Totals Minor League Totals LAST START On Mon at TOR, earned no decision in the 7-5 loss yielded 2 runs in the 1st (Jose Bautista SF, Edwin Encarnacion solo HR) and 2 unearned runs in the 4th on Encarnacion s 2-run single the 1st inning snapped a career-long scoreless streak of 20.2 IP had his 2 ER in the 4th removed the next day by a scoring change, from a wild pitch to a passed ball for C Bobby Wilson it was his worst start since the All-Star break, but exited with a 4-4 tie. SINCE THE BREAK Leads AL starters with a 1.13 ERA (32-IP, 4-ER) since the All-Star break, lowering his season ERA from 4.47 to W-L ERA IP H ER BB SO HR Pre-ASB (19 GS) Post-ASB (5 GS) FUN WHILE IT LASTED His last start snapped his club-record-tying streak of 3 scoreless starts the only other ML pitchers with 3 straight scoreless starts this season are DET Michael Fulmer (4) and DET Jordan Zimmermann (3) he became the first Ray to do it within the same season and uninterrupted by a DL stint other Rays to make 3 scoreless starts included RH Alex Colome ( ), RH Alex Cobb (2014, DL stint in between) and LH Matt Moore ( ). His streak of 20.2 consecutive scoreless innings over those 3 starts was the 9th-longest streak in club history it was 4.0 shy of the club record for a starter (Cobb, 24.2 in 2014) and 6.2 shy of J.P. Howell s record for any Rays pitcher (27.1 in 2012). On July (at OAK, vs. NYY), became the first pitcher in Rays history to record consecutive scoreless starts without a walk, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. THROWING BLANKS Has made 16 scoreless starts since the start of the 2014 season, tied with teammate Chris Archer for most in the AL over that span, and seven more than James Shields, the pitcher he was once traded for (Dec 2012) five NL pitchers have made more over that stretch: CHC Jake Arrieta (24), LAD Clayton Kershaw (21), STL Adam Wainwright (18), NYM Jacob degrom (18) and LAD/ARI Zack Greinke (17). THE WIN COLUMN Has won 3 consecutive decisions (spanning 5 starts), matching the longest winning streak of his career (also July GAME LOG GAME DEC ERA IP H R ER BB SO HR HB WP P/K FINAL OPP. LEFT 4/5 vs. TOR /67 W, 3-2 Sanchez down, 2-1 4/10 at BAL L /66 L, 3-5 Worley down, 4-3 4/15 vs. CWS /59 L, 0-1 Sale tied, 0-0 4/21 at BOS /60 W, 12-8 Price up, 8-5 4/26 vs. BAL /60 W, 3-1 Jimenez tied, 1-1 APRIL /1 vs. TOR /66 L, 1-5 Stroman tied, 1-1 5/7 at LAA /57 W, 4-2 Weaver tied, 2-2 5/13 vs. OAK L /70 L, 3-6 Hill down, 5-2 5/18 at TOR W /46 W, 6-3 Dickey up, 5-2 5/24 at MIA W /68 W, 4-3 Koehler up, 3-0 5/29 vs. NYY L /71 L, 1-2 Eovaldi down, 2-1 MAY /3 at MIN /72 W, 4-2 Nolasco tied, 2-2 6/8 at ARI W /62 W, 6-3 Bradley up, 4-3 6/14 vs. SEA /76 W, 8-7 Walker down, 5-4 6/19 vs. SF /75 L, 1-5 Peavy tied, 1-1 6/25 at BAL (G2) /61 L, 6-8 Tillman up, 6-5 6/30 vs. DET /68 L, 7-10 Zimmermann up, 5-1 JUNE /5 vs. LAA L /67 L, 5-13 Lincecum down, 7-5 7/10 at BOS L /52 L, 0-4 Price down, 4-0 7/17 vs. BAL W /65 W, 5-2 Bundy up, 4-2 7/22 at OAK /69 L, 0-1 (13) Manaea tied, 0-0 7/29 vs. NYY W /71 W, 5-1 Nova up, 5-0 JULY /3 vs. KC W /68 W, 12-0 Volquez up, /8 at TOR /66 L, 5-7 Dickey tied, 4-4 AUGUST Has been ejected 4 times as manager, once this year (April 29 vs. TOR). Marks his second season as Rays manager 38-year-old is the youngest active manager in MLB, five months older than SD Andy Green. Is the fifth manager in Rays history is the sixth Tampa-born manager in ML history and second to manage the Rays joins Hall of Famers Al Lopez and Tony La Russa, Lou Piniella, Dave Miley and John Hart. TOMORROW S STARTER LH DREW SMYLY (4-11, 5.04) LAST START On Tue at TOR, earned a 9-2 victory over Marco Estrada held the Jays scoreless until the 5th, when he yielded a sac fly to Melvin Upton Jr. and RBI single to Devon Travis his line: 6 IP, 6 H, 2 R/ER, 3 BB, 2 SO, 83 pitches, 51 strikes. LAST FOUR Has made 4 straight starts of 6 IP or more and 2 runs or fewer, after doing so only once in his prev. 13 starts since the beginning of May is 2-0 with a 2.52 ERA (25-IP, 7-ER) during this stretch lowering his season ERA from 5.64 to 5.04 following a stretch of 10 starts in which he went 0-7 with a 7.60 ERA (55.2-IP, 47-ER). #16 KEVIN CASH, MANAGER HELP WANTED Averaging 1.62 R/9 IP of run support at home (61- IP, 11-RS), lowest in the majors in contrast, has gotten 6.88 R/9 IP (69.1-IP, 53-RS) in run support on the road, 6th highest in the majors. 28, 2014) this stretch pushes his season record over.500 (6-5), as he won just 3 of his 19 starts (with 11 ND) to start the season. UNLUCKY BREAKDOWN His 13 no-decisions are the most in the majors, ahead of NYY Masahiro Tanaka (11) is one shy of tying the club record for a single season (14 by Nathan Karns in 2015) had a club-record 11 no-decisions prior to the All-Star break. His 23 ND since the start of last season lead the AL and are tied with ATL Julio Teheran for the most in the majors. Has allowed 1 ER or fewer nine times this year (with 6 ND). Three times he has left in line for the win and not gotten it. Since 2015, is and has received 24 runs in his 14 losses. BREAKS & BRUISES On Mon at TOR, struck C Josh Thole with a pitch in the 4th inning, his first time hitting a batter in more than a year (Aug 2, 2015 at BOS, Xander Bogaerts) went 34 starts without a HBP in between, which was the 2nd-longest streak in franchise history behind James Shields (38, May 3, 2009 May 25, 2010). SHORT STARTS Averaging 17.9 pitches per inning, highest in the AL and 2nd-highest in the majors to ARI Robbie Ray (18.0) would be the 2nd-highest figure in franchise history, fewer than only his 2014 mark (18.0) has only pitched into the 7th inning four times this season, after doing it 15 times (in 28 starts) a season ago. Has gone less than 6 IP 13 times this season (7 times in 2015). Has a 1.76 ERA in his 11 starts of at least 6 IP this season, and a 5.82 ERA (65-IP, 42-ER) in his 13 starts of 5.2 IP or fewer. THE BIG INNING Five times this season he has allowed at least 4 runs in a single inning (last July 5 vs. LAA, 2nd) only six AL pitchers have done that as often: BAL Ubaldo Jimenez (7), OAK Sonny Gray (6), CWS James Shields (5), BOS Clay Buchholz (5), LAA Matt Shoemaker (5) and MIN Ricky Nolasco (5) last season, he only allowed 4 runs (or more) in an inning once in 28 starts. THE EARLY GOING Has pitched to a 5.81 ERA (48-IP, 31-ER) within his first 2 IP, compared to a 2.54 ERA (88.2-IP, 25-ER) after that 55.4 pct. of his earned runs allowed have scored within his first 2 IP SPLITS vs. RH:.288 (84-292), 11-HR vs. LH:.190 (43-226), 8-HR Home: 3-3, 3.18 ERA (76.1-IP, 27-ER) Road: 3-2, 4.33 ERA (60.1-IP, 29-ER) ODORIZZI vs. NEW YORK CAREER Is with a 4.23 ERA (61.2-IP, 29-ER) in 11 career apps (10 starts) at Yankee Stadium, is 1-3 with a 6.00 ERA (30-IP, 20-ER) in 6 games, 5 starts In 2 starts this year (both at home), he is 1-1 with a 1.32 ERA (13.2- IP, 2-ER) and.146 opp avg. (7-for-48) on July 29 (3 starts ago) he tossed 6.2 scoreless for a 5-1 victory on May 29, took the loss despite retiring his first 16 BF, which remains tied for the 3rd-longest perfect game bid in club history his first baserunner reached via E6 in the 6th, and the no-hit bid was broken up by Starlin Castro s go-ahead, 2-run homer in the 7th, his only hit allowed. vs. PADRES & INTERLEAGUE Has never faced the Padres will be making his 4th interleague start of the season, 7th of his career is 0-2 with a 6.75 ERA (16-IP, 12-ER) this season, and 1-3 with a 4.62 ERA (39-IP, 20-ER) lifetime in 13 games, 6 starts lone interleague win was Sep 30, 2015 vs. MIA (6-IP, 3-H, 1-R/ER). 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: DNP NYY Series: 1-3, 2B, R Trip: 2-14, 2-2B, RBI, BB, R vs. LH:.217 (15-69), 2-HR 2016:.214/.273/.409, 5-HR, 16-RBI, 1-SB Current Hitting Streak: 1G (.333, 1-3) RISP:.194 (7-36) vs. RH:.211 (19-90), 3-HR Batting.288/.333/.508 (17-for-59) with 5 2B, 2 HR and 9 RBI in 17 games (15 starts) since the All-Star break, compared to.170/.239/.350 before it. Eighteen of his 34 hits have gone for extra bases (10-2B, 3-3B, 5-HR) over the past two seasons, 38 of his 79 hits (48.1 pct.) have been XBH. Eleven of his 16 RBI have come on the road, as have 4 of his 5 HR only homer at Tropicana Field was on the last homestand, on July 30 vs. NYY. Tied club records with hits in 8 straight at-bats and reaching in 9 straight PA from July 18-21, incl. a club-record-tying 5 hits on July 20 at COL. Has played in 52 games with 41 starts (19-SS, 13-2B, 4-1B, 3-3B, 2-DH) in two stints with the Rays recalled for his second stint on June 1. #10 COREY DICKERSON, OF Sat: 0-3 NYY Series: 0-7 Trip: 0-12, BB, R vs. LH:.232 (13-56) 2016:.221/.272/.427, 15-HR, 43-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-17 RISP:.213 (17-80) vs. RH:.219 (63-288), 15-HR Hitless in his last 17 at-bats has struck out in 5 of his last 6 AB batting.086 (3-for-35) in 11 games in Aug after a.294 avg. (25-for-85) in July. Batting.250/.289/.523 (44-for-176) with 11 HR and 30 RBI on the road, and.190/.255/.327 (32-for-168) with 4 HR and 13 RBI at Tropicana Field. All 15 HR have come vs. RHP (last vs. LHP was Aug 10, 2014 at ARI) only other player in the majors with 15 HR (or more) and none vs. LHP is MIA Justin Bour in club history, players to finish with 15 HR and none vs. LHP are Kelly Johnson (2013), Pat Burrell (2010) and Aubrey Huff (2006). Has played in 103 games with 89 starts (52-DH, 36-LF, 1-RF) ranks among team leaders in XBH (38, 3rd), HR (15, 3rd) and RBI (43, 3rd). #5 MATT DUFFY, INF Sat: 1-4 NYY Series: 2-8 Trip: 2-8 vs. LH:.288 (21-73), 2-HR 2016:.253/.312/.355, 4-HR, 21-RBI, 8-SB Current Hitting Streak: 4G (.357, 5-14) RISP:.183 (11-60) vs. RH:.240 (46-192), 2-HR Made his Rays debut on Fri at NYY following his reinstatement from the 15-day DL (left Achilles strain) saw his first action at shortstop since May 17, 2015 at CIN (1.1 innings) and first start since May 10, 2015 vs. MIA acquired from San Francisco at the trade deadline for LH Matt Moore. Grounded into a double play in his first at-bat with the Rays picked up his first hit as a Ray in his next at-bat, a 3rd-inning single vs. CC Sabathia. Since June 5, is batting.333/.364/.471 (17-for-51) with 1 2B, 2 HR and 7 RBI in 14 games (all starts) that stretch includes a DL stint in between. Over his 3-year minor league career ( ), appeared in 233 games (230 starts) at SS, 3 games (all starts) at 3B and 3 games (all starts) at 2B. Was 2nd in the NL Rookie of the Year voting a season ago to CHC Kris Bryant led major league rookies in hits and was 2nd in avg., RBI and SLG. #11 LOGAN FORSYTHE, 2B Sat: 0-4 NYY Series: 0-6, RBI, BB Trip: 7-19, 2-HR, 4-RBI, 3-BB, 4-R vs. LH:.307 (23-75), 3-HR 2016:.278/.341/.458, 13-HR, 34-RBI, 6-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-8 RISP:.333 (16-48) vs. RH:.270 (74-274), 10-HR Batting.364/.442/.591 (16-for-44) with 3 HR and 5 RBI over his last 11 games (all starts) since Aug 2, raising his season OBP from.325 to.341. Has started 86 games, all at leadoff (82-2B, 4-DH) only had 21 career starts at leadoff before this season and none since May 4, 2014 at NYY. Batting.333 (16-for-48) with RISP as well as.400 (12-for-30) with RISP and 2 outs, compared to.278 (71-for-255) with the bases empty. His 13 HR include a pair of leadoff homers (Tue at TOR, July 29 vs. NYY), a career-high 10 HR vs. RHP (prev. 7, 2015) and 8 HR in the 7th inning or later, most on the team his 13 HR are the 2nd-most out of the No. 1 spot in the lineup in franchise history, trailing Gerald Williams in 2000 (21). Is the third middle infielder in franchise history with back-to-back seasons with double-digit homers, joining Ben Zobrist (twice) and Jorge Cantu. #2 NICK FRANKLIN, UTL Sat: 0-3 NYY Series: 0-3 Trip: 0-7 vs. LH:.200 (4-20) 2016:.262/.326/.405, 2-HR, 17-RBI, 5-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-9 RISP:.304 (7-23) vs. RH:.281 (18-64), 2-HR Batting.281/.352/.438 (18-for-64) with 2 HR and 12 RBI vs. RHP this season, compared to.200/.238/.300 (4-for-20) with 0 HR and 5 RBI vs. LHP. Since June 27 the date of his first RBI this season he ranks 4th on the team with 17 RBI, behind Brad Miller (27), Evan Longoria (23) and Logan Forsythe (19) fifteen of his 17 RBI have come at home (in 61 at-bats), compared to 2 RBI in 12 games (6 starts) and 23 at-bats on the road. On Aug 7 vs. MIN his 3rd-inn. homer was his second of the season (also June 27 vs. BOS) his last 4 HR dating back to 2015 have come at home. Has played in 29 games with 22 starts (13-LF, 5-1B, 2-DH, 2-2B) recalled from Durham on July 30 for his third stint with the Rays this season. #39 KEVIN KIERMAIER, CF Sat: 1-4, R NYY Series: 1-4, R Trip: 6-18, 2-2B, RBI, BB, 3-R vs. LH:.233 (10-43) 2016:.217/.315/.382, 6-HR, 22-RBI, 10-SB Current Hitting Streak: 4G (.333, 6-18) RISP:.261 (12-46) vs. RH:.213 (35-164), 6-HR Batting.256/.341/.385 (10-for-39) over his last 10 games (9 starts), coinciding with his move to the No. 2 spot in the lineup has recorded 3 bunt singles over that span (since Aug 2), his first ones of the season prior to this stretch he didn t have a bunt single since July 24, 2015 vs. BAL. On Tue-Wed at TOR recorded consecutive multi-hit games for the second time (also Aug 2-3 vs. KC) both hits were vs. LHP on Wed at TOR. His 14 Defensive Runs Saved (in 63 games) rank 2nd among AL center fielders trailing only TOR Kevin Pillar, who has 17 DRS in 109 games. Since the All-Star break, ranks T-2nd in the AL with 17 BB, trailing LAA Mike Trout (20) has more walks (17) than hits (16) since the break. Has a team-leading 10 SB, including 4 SB on the last 10-game homestand all 3 OF Assists have come since his return from the DL on July 15. #3 EVAN LONGORIA, 3B Sat: 2-4, R NYY Series: 4-7, HR, 2-RBI, BB, 2-R Trip: 7-19, 2B, HR, 5-RBI, 3-BB, 4-R vs. LH:.281 (25-89), 3-HR 2016:.285/.337/.534, 26-HR, 66-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 2G (.571, 4-7) RISP:.308 (28-91) vs. RH:.286 ( ), 23-HR Batting.385/.484/.769 (10-for-26) with 1 2B, 3 HR and 7 RBI over his last 7 games (since Aug 6 vs. MIN) this stretch includes 4 multi-hit games. His 43 RBI at new Yankee Stadium are most among visiting players, and his 15 HR rank T-2nd with David Ortiz, behind Jose Bautista (17) has 31 HR in his career vs. NYY and 29 have come while playing third base, 2nd in major league history against the Yankees to BAL Brooks Robinson (34). Ranks among AL leaders in HR (26, T-8th), XBH (57, T-6th) and 2B (29, T-7th) leads the team in SLG (.534), RBI (66) and multi-hit games (35). Marks his fifth season of at least 25 HR (also 2013, 2011, 2009 and 2008), breaking a tie with Carlos Peña for most 25-HR seasons in club history. Is on pace for a career-high 37 HR (33, 2009) and 80 XBH, which would rank 2nd in franchise history to Aubrey Huff s club-record 84 XBH (2003). Since May 28, is batting.312/.364/.596 (81-for-260) with 18 HR and 46 RBI and has hit.423/.507/.808 (22-for-52) with RISP over that stretch. Has started 113 games (108-3B, 5-DH) has played in 1,232 career games, three shy of tying Carl Crawford (1,235) for most in franchise history. His.977 fielding pct. ranks 2nd among AL 3B and would break his own club record for a 3B (.976, 2015) is.001 pts. behind TEX Adrian Beltre. #27 MIKIE MAHTOOK, OF Sat: 0-3 NYY Series: 0-7 Trip: 2-18, 2B, 2-RBI, BB, R vs. LH:.250 (7-28) 2016:.163/.223/.198, 0-HR, 5-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-12 RISP:.150 (3-20) vs. RH:.121 (7-58) Hitless in his last 12 at-bats prior to this hitless stretch, collected hits in 4 of his first 9 at-bats after being reinstated from the 15-day DL. Batting.281/.337/.563 (27-for-96) with 7 HR and 17 RBI in his career vs. LHP, and.189/.250/.295 (18-for-95) with 2 HR and 7 RBI vs. RHP. Has played in 30 games with 24 starts (11-CF, 7-RF, 6-LF) on Mon-Tue at TOR had an RBI in consecutive games for the first time since Sep 27-29, 2015 (at TOR, vs. MIA) on Aug 7 vs. MIN reached 3 times had recorded his second multi-hit game of the season (also June 6 at ARI). #46 LUKE MAILE, C Sat: 0-3 NYY Series: 0-3 Trip: 2-10, BB, R vs. LH:.091 (1-11) 2016:.167/.224/.204, 0-HR, 5-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-7 RISP:.267 (4-15) vs. RH:.186 (8-43) Batting.111/.184/.133 (5-for-45) over his last 16 games (15 starts) after a 4-for-9 start this season reached a career-high 3 times on Tue at TOR. Recalled from Triple-A Durham on July 15 for the start of the second half of the season hit.242/.310/.340 (47-for-194) in 58 games with Durham. Has played in 19 games with 17 starts at catcher entered this season rated the Best Defensive Catcher in the Rays system by Baseball America (for a second straight season) his 3.16 catchers ERA is 3rd in the AL (min. 10 starts) to TEX Brett Nicholas (2.70) and SEA Mike Zunino (3.12). #13 BRAD MILLER, INF Sat: 2-4, 2-HR, 4-RBI, 2-R NYY Series: 2-7, 2-HR, 4-RBI, BB, 2-R Trip: 6-19, 3-2B, 2-HR, 6-RBI, 2-BB, 4-R vs. LH:.222 (14-63), 1-HR 2016:.260/.314/.513, 22-HR, 52-RBI, 6-SB Current Hitting Streak: 1G (.500, 2-4) RISP:.265 (22-83) vs. RH:.268 (86-321), 21-HR Yesterday at NYY was his sixth career multi-hr game, first with the Rays (last May 16, 2015 vs. BOS, with SEA) his 4 RBI were his most since Sep 28, 2013 vs. OAK (5) was the 7th time a Rays player had a 2-HR, 4-RBI game at Yankee Stadium (old or new), first since Yunel Escobar in Batting.319/.390/.681 (30-for-94) with 8 2B, 8 HR and 20 RBI since the All-Star break, ranking among AL leaders in the second half in OPS (1.071, 7th), XBH (17, T-2nd), 2B (8, T-8th) and HR (8, T-7th) only one AL player can match his combination of 2B and HR: MIN Brian Dozier (11 2B, 11 HR). His 22 HR are both a career high and a club record for a shortstop (min. 50 percent of games there) is on pace for 31 HR, which would be more than his career total prior to this season (in 343 games and 1,111 at-bats) has averaged feet on his 22 HR this year, per MLB StatCast. Has played in 107 games with 95 starts (87-SS, 5-1B, 3-DH) since Mon at TOR, all five starts have come at 1B, his first career action there gives him career starts at all 4 infield positions and all 3 outfield positions, one of seven active players with career starts at all of those positions.

4 #20 STEVEN SOUZA JR., OF Sat: 0-1 (PH in 9th) NYY Series: 0-5 Trip: 3-16, 2B, RBI, 2-BB, R vs. LH:.220 (18-82), 3-HR 2016:.244/.298/.396, 11-HR, 37-RBI, 5-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-9 RISP:.263 (20-76) vs. RH:.252 (62-246), 8-HR Batting.286/.340/.429 (14-for-49) with 4 2B, 1 HR and 5 RBI over his last 14 games (13 starts), compared to.118 (6-for-51) in his 14 games prior. Has only homered once over his last 144 at-bats, compared to 10 HR in his first 184 at-bats of the season (18.4 AB/HR) it came in the 1st inning on Aug 3 vs. KC and snapped a career-long homerless drought at 109 at-bats was also his first homer at Tropicana Field since May 4 vs. LAD. Ranks 8th in the AL with 123 SO and has struck out in 34.6 percent of his PA, the 2nd-highest rate in the majors per FanGraphs (min. 300 PA). Has played in 90 games with 88 starts (81-RF, 5-DH, 2-CF) the home run has accounted for 19 of his 37 RBI this season (51.4 percent). #21 BOBBY WILSON, C Sat: DNP NYY Series: 0-1, BB, R Trip: 0-4, BB, R vs. LH:.342 (13-38), 1-HR 2016:.242/.273/.349, 4-HR, 26-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-4 RISP:.433 (13-30) vs. RH:.207 (23-111), 3-HR Batting.250/.333/.625 (2-for-8) with 1 HR, 2 RBI, 1 BB, 1 SAC and 2 runs scored in 3 games (all starts) since joining the Rays via waiver claim. His 4 HR matches his career high (also 2010) on Aug 6 vs. MIN, became the second player born in Pinellas County to homer for the Rays his Seminole HS teammate, Casey Kotchman, had 10 HR for the Rays in 2011 marked his first multi-rbi game in a Rays uniform (including 2015). Was designated for assignment by Texas following their trade for Jonathan Lucroy claimed by the Rays off waivers on Aug 4 to mark his second stint with the club, as he made the Rays Opening Day roster in 2015 and appeared in 25 games (16 starts) started this season with Detroit. Attended Seminole HS and St. Petersburg College with his Rays debut last season, was the 12th Tampa Bay-area native to play for the Rays. RAYS BULLPEN NOTES #26 BRAD BOXBERGER, RH Last App: 8/8 at TOR (0.2-IP, 0-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 1-SO) Saves-Opps: -- vs. LH:.364 (4-11), 1-HR 2016: 1-0-0, 3.38 ERA, 6 G Long Relief App: 1.0, 4x-last 8/7 vs. MIN IR-RS: 2-0 vs. RH:.364 (4-11) Has made 5 consecutive scoreless apps (4.2-IP, 6-H, 0-R, 2-BB, 5-SO) since his July 29 reinstatement from the 15-day DL (left oblique strain). On Mon at TOR inherited runners on base for the first time this season and stranded them both (Donaldson pop out, Encarnacion strikeout). On Aug 4 vs. KC escaped his bases-loaded jam with consecutive strikeouts on a total of 6 pitches to end the inning (Salvador Perez, Alex Gordon) got his first win since June 13, 2015 vs. CWS, snapping a 7-game losing streak one shy of the club record for a reliever (Dan Wheeler, 2007). Has had two DL stints this season (Opening Day May 30, June 1 July 28) led the AL with 41 saves in his All-Star campaign of 2015 (selected by Royals Manager Ned Yost) joined Rafael Soriano (45 in 2010) as the only Rays pitchers to lead the league in saves. #31 XAVIER CEDEÑO, LH Last App: 8/8 at TOR (L, 0.0-IP, 0-H, 2-R, 2-BB, 0-SO) Saves-Opps: 0-5 vs. LH:.194 (13-67) 2016: 3-4-0, 4.33 ERA, 46 G Long Relief App: 1.1, 5x-last 7/2 vs. DET IR-RS: 20-6 vs. RH:.279 (19-68), 2-HR Pitched in a third straight game and issued a season-high-tying 2 BB on Mon at TOR (also May 11 at SEA) did not record an out, walking both batters faced on a total of 10 pitches (Michael Saunders, Troy Tulowitzki) took the loss for the second time in his last 4 apps (also Aug 2 vs. KC). Has made 107 apps in his Rays career and only yielded 1 HR to a left-handed hitter over that span on Aug 25, 2015 vs. MIN (Eddie Rosario). Has a 7.50 ERA (12-IP, 10-ER) over his last 18 apps (since June 19 vs. SF), and his season ERA has increased from 2.70 to 4.33 over that span. Is tied for the team lead with 46 apps has been charged with 5 blown saves (last Aug 2 vs. KC) and his 4 losses are 2nd among Rays relievers. #37 ALEX COLOME, RH Last App: 8/6 vs. MIN (S, 0.2-IP, 0-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 1-SO) Saves-Opps: vs. LH:.203 (12-59), 1-HR 2016: , 2.03 ERA, 40 G Long Relief App: 2.0, 3x-last 5/24 at MIA IR-RS: 17-5 vs. RH:.200 (17-85), 3-HR Ranks 4th in the AL with 27 saves and 2nd in the AL in save percentage (96.4), trailing BAL Zach Britton (100.0) has an 0.94 ERA (28.2-IP, 3-ER) in save situations this season, compared to a 4.76 ERA (11.1-IP, 6-ER) otherwise has recorded the save in each of his last 6 apps since July 27. Saved 4 straight team games from July 27 at LAD July 31 vs. NYY, third time this season doing that (also June 3-6 and May 4-8) according to the Elias Sports Bureau, became the first pitcher to save four straight team games three times in a season since LAD Eric Gagne in 2003 the year he won the NL Cy Young Award prior to this season, the only Ray to ever save 4 straight team games was Rafael Soriano from July 3-6, His only blown save was July 23 at OAK, snapping his club record of 21 straight saves to start the season yielded 2 HR including a walk-off by Ryon Healy he fell one save shy of tying Fernando Rodney s club record for most consecutive conversions (22, May 27 Aug 13, 2012). Did not pitch in the All-Star Game following his selection by Royals Manager Ned Yost marked the first selection of his career. #43 DANNY FARQUHAR, RH Last App: 8/13 at NYY (1.0-IP, 0-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 3-SO) Saves-Opps: -- vs. LH:.455 (10-22), 4-HR 2016: 0-0-0, 5.87 ERA, 15 G Long Relief App: 2.0, 6/27 vs. BOS IR-RS: 6-3 vs. RH:.250 (11-44), 2-HR Struck out the side in the 8th yesterday at NYY for a season-high-tying 3 SO (also Aug 7 vs. MIN) marked the first time he struck out all 3 BF in an inning since Aug 21, 2013 at OAK (with SEA) has made 4 apps since his recall, recording 8 SO in 4.2 IP (had 10 SO in 10.2 IP before that). Has been charged with 9 runs, 8 scoring via HR has allowed 6 HR in his 15.1 IP this year and 9 HR in his last 21.0 IP dating back to last Sep. Recalled on Aug 6 for his fifth stint with the Rays this season, following Opening Day April 22, May 14, June 25 (26th Man) and June 27 July 4. Has gone with a 3.32 ERA (38-IP, 14-ER) in 32 apps with Triple-A Durham after his last option, had a 1.35 ERA in 9 apps with the Bulls. #49 DYLAN FLORO, RH Last App: 8/10 at TOR (2.1-IP, 1-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 4-SO) Saves-Opps: -- vs. LH:.346 (9-26) 2016: 0-1-0, 4.50 ERA, 11 G Long Relief App: 2.1, 8/10 at TOR IR-RS: 8-4 vs. RH:.351 (13-37) Went 2.1 IP on Wed at TOR, longest app of his career (prev. 2.0, 2x-last July 18 at COL) had a career-high 4 SO, giving him 6 SO over his last 2 apps spanning 3.1 IP, compared to 8 SO over his first 10.2 career inn. his only hit allowed was a Russell Martin 2-out double in the 4th inning. Has factored into the decision once in his 11 apps this year, taking the loss on July 22 at OAK following Coco Crisp s 13th-inning walk-off single. Was an International League All-Star this season, going 1-2 with a 2.81 ERA (48-IP, 15-ER) and 7 saves with Durham selected on July 6. Was drafted by the Rays twice, in the 20th round out of high school in 2009 (did not sign) and the 13th round out of Cal State Fullerton in Went with a 3.30 ERA (526.1-IP, 193-ER) in 124 career games (73 starts) in the minors converted to full-time relief work this season. #52 RYAN GARTON, RH Last App: 8/12 at NYY (2.0-IP, 1-H, 1-R, 1-BB, 0-SO, 1-HR) Saves-Opps: 1-1 vs. LH:.265 (9-34), 2-HR 2016: 1-0-1, 5.09 ERA, 20 G Long Relief App: 2.2, 6/16 vs. SEA IR-RS: 13-3 vs. RH:.305 (18-59), 1-HR Has yielded homers in 3 consecutive apps (Aaron Hicks, Justin Smoak, Miguel Sano) didn t allow a homer in his first 17 apps spanning 18.2 IP. His last scoreless app was Aug 3 vs. KC, his first app following his Aug 2 recall has allowed run(s) in 4 straight apps and in 5 of his last 7 apps. Was the opposing pitcher in Alex Rodriguez s final at-bat as a Yankee got him to ground out to short in the 7th inning on Fri at Yankee Stadium. Marks his third stint with the Rays this season (also May 25 June 16, June 21 July 14) had a 2.67 ERA (27-IP, 8-ER) in 18 apps at Triple-A. Has recorded his first career win (June 14 vs. SEA) and save (July 4 vs. LAA) became the second player in Rays history born in Clearwater (also Ryan Webb) is one of three alumni of J. W. Mitchell HS in New Port Richey to reach the majors, along with Tyler Clippard and Patrick Schuster. #40 KEVIN JEPSEN, RH Last App: 8/10 at TOR (1.0-IP, 0-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 2-SO) Saves-Opps: 7-11 vs. LH:.322 (19-59), 4-HR 2016: 2-5-7, 5.12 ERA, 45 G Long Relief App: 1.2, 6/10 vs. BOS IR-RS: 15-4 vs. RH:.292 (28-96), 3-HR Has a 1.13 ERA (8-IP, 1-ER) in 12 apps with the Rays, bringing his season ERA down from 6.16 to 5.12 had a perfect 8th inn. on Wed at TOR. Is the fourth pitcher to have two separate stints with the Rays, returning after pitching for another organization in between he joins Dan Wheeler, Trever Miller and Grant Balfour he signed with the Rays on July 15, two days after being released by the Twins (DFA ed by MIN on July 3). Was with the Rays for the start of the 2015 season and went 2-5 with a 2.81 ERA (41.2-IP, 13-ER) in 46 apps for them before being traded to Minnesota in exchange for RH Chih-Wei Hu and RH Alexis Tapia Hu pitched for the World Team in the Futures Game this season. #30 ERASMO RAMIREZ, RH Last App: 8/13 at NYY (2.0-IP, 3-H, 2-R, 1-BB, 1-SO, 1-HR) Saves-Opps: 1-5 vs. LH:.293 (29-99), 7-HR 2016: 7-9-1, 4.06 ERA, 46 G, 1 GS Long Relief App: 3.0, 8/9 at TOR IR-RS: 26-5 vs. RH:.260 (44-169), 5-HR Both runs allowed yesterday at NYY came on a Didi Gregorius 2-out, 2-run homer in the 7th his 12 HR are the most among AL relievers and the most by a Rays reliever since Al Reyes (13) and Gary Glover (12) in 2007 has allowed 3 HR over his last 3 apps spanning 7.2 IP (since Aug 5). Leads the majors with 65.1 relief innings, 1.1 IP more than SD Brad Hand has made a major-league-most 29 relief apps of 4 outs or more nine more than anyone else and a major-league-most 18 relief apps of at least 2 IP the most by a Rays reliever since J.P. Howell in 2008 (23). Recorded his first career save on Tue at TOR, retiring all 9 BF on a total of 27 pitches marked the fewest pitches for a 3-inning save (or longer) in club history was the third pitcher in club history to record a save on 3 perfect innings, first since Roberto Hernandez on Sep 3, 2013 at LAA (3.2 IP). His 9 losses are the most among ML relievers and one shy of the club record for a reliever (Brad Boxberger, 10 in 2015) his 6 wins as a reliever (also won his only start) are one shy of the club record for a reliever (last J.P. Howell, 2009).

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 August LAST HR OFF 16 MOST HITS GAME 16 MOST RBI GAME Beckham 7/30 vs, NYY Swarzak 5, 7/20 at COL 2, 5x-last, 7/30 vs, NYY Dickerson 7/29 vs. NYY Nova 3, 8x-last, 7/20 at COL 4, 2x-last, 5/31 at KC Duffy 6/18 at TB Moore 3, 6x-last 6/15 vs. MIL 4, 4/4 at MIL Forsythe 8/9 vs. TOR Estrada 3, 8x-last, 8/9 vs. TOR 3, 6/27 vs. BOS Franklin 8/7 vs. MIN Gibson 3, 3x-last, 8/3 vs. KC 5, 6/27 vs. BOS Kiermaier 8/3 vs. KC Wang 3, 2x-last, 5/17 at TOR 3, 2x-last, 8/3 vs. KC Longoria 8/12 at NYY Sabathia 4, 7/8 at BOS 4, 5/28 vs. NYY Mahtook 10/4/15 vs. TOR Tepera 2, 2x-last, 8/7 vs. MIN 2, 6/12 vs. HOU Maile , 2x-last, 8/9 vs. TOR 2, 7/31 vs, NYY Miller 8/13 at NYY Tanaka 4, 5/6 at LAA 4, 8/13 at NYY Souza Jr. 8/3 vs. KC Volquez 4, 4/6 vs. TOR 4, 4/6 vs. TOR Wilson 8/6 vs. MIN Berrios 4, 5/25 vs. LAA 4, 2x-last, 5/14 vs. TOR RAYS BY THE NUMBERS Current Streak: L3 When commit error: Hit homer: Current Record: Ahead after 6-7-8: 35-12/35-6/41-3 Homer with men on: Home/Road: 25-34/21-35 Behind after 6-7-8: 5-55/3-54/0-61 Hit multiple homers: Day/Night: 18-25/28-44 Tied after 6-7-8: 6-11/8-9/5-5 Score first: Grass/Turf: 17-33/ run games: 8-18 Score 5 or more: vs. East: run games: Score less than 5: vs. Central: Extra innings: 2-2 Outhit opponents: vs. West: Win in last at-bat: 9 Outhit by opponents: vs. National League: 7-10 Come-from-behind wins: 22 Collect 10 or more hits: vs. RH/LH starters: 34-53/12-16 Opp. come-from-behind wins: 30 Opp. 10 or more hits: 9-36 Series W-L-T (home): Series W-L-T (road): Wearing white/gray/navy/lt. blue: 19-24/18-21/5-18/4-6 RUN SUPPORT FOR STARTING PITCHERS PITCHER STARTS RUNS RUNS/START RUNS/9-IP CLUB RECORD QUALITY Andriese Archer Moore Odorizzi Ramirez Smyly Snell RAYS SEASON HIGHS TEAM BATTING INDIVIDUAL BATTING Longest win streak 4, 4x-last, July Most runs, game, TB 3, 7x-last, Forsythe/Miller, 8/3 vs. KC Long loss streak 11, June 16-June 26 Most runs, game, Opp 3, 7x-last, Simmons, 7/5 vs. LAA Most runs game, TB 13, 2x-last, 6/27 vs. BOS Most hits, game, TB 5, Beckham, 7/20 at COL Most runs game, Opp 13, 7/5 vs. LAA Most hits, game, Opp 4, 7x-last, Travis, 8/8 vs. TOR Most runs, inn, TB 6, (4th) 4/21 at BOS Most 2B, game, TB 2, 12x-last, Miller, 8/8 vs. TOR Most runs, inn, Opp 8 (9th), 6/30 vs. DET Most 2B, game, Opp 2, 11x-last, Smolinski, 7/24 at OAK Most hits, game, TB 18, 6/27 vs. BOS Most HR, game, TB 2, 9x-last, Miller, 8/13 at NYY Most hits, game, Opp 18, 5/31 at KC Most HR, game, Opp 3, Valencia, 5/15 vs. OAK Most hits, inn, TB 6, 3x-last, (7th) 8/9 vs. TOR Most RBI, game, TB 5, 2x-last, Franklin, 6/27 vs. BOS Most hits, inn, Opp 7, (9th) 6/30 vs. DET Most RBI, game, Opp 6, V. Martinez, 7/1 vs. DET Most doubles, game, TB 6, 3x-last, 8/8 vs. TOR Most x-base hits, game, TB 3, 2x-last, Conger, 5/28 vs. NYY Most doubles, game, Opp 7, 4/21 at BOS Most x-base hits, game, Opp 3, 2x-last, Valencia, 5/15 vs. OAK Most HR, game, TB 5, 4/24 at NYY Most steals, game, TB 2, 4x-last, Miller, 8/6 vs. MIN Most HR, game, Opp 5, 8/13 at NYY Most steals, game, Opp 3, Upton, 8/10 vs. TOR Most x-base hits, game, TB 9, 5/28 vs. NYY Hitting Streak 11, Longoria, May 28 June 8 Most x-base hits, game, Opp 9, 4/21 at BOS TEAM/INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Most stolen bases, game, TB 3, 3x-last, 8/6 vs. MIN Most SO, TB Starter 12, 3x-last, Smyly, 6/15 vs. SEA Most stolen bases, game, Opp 5, 4/14 vs. CLE Most SO, Opp Starter 16, Duffy, 8/1 vs. KC Most walks, game, TB 11, 6/15 vs. SEA Most SO, TB Reliever 5, 2x-last, Andriese, 7/10 at BOS Most walks, game, Opp 7, 4x-last, 6/14 vs. SEA Most IP, TB Reliever 3.0, 5x-last, Andriese, 7/19 at COL Most strikeouts, game, TB 19, 6/15 vs. SEA Most walks, game, TB 4, 12x-last, Snell, 7/2 vs. DET Most strikeouts, game, Opp 16, 2x-last, 6/15 vs. SEA Most walks, game, Opp 5, 2x-last, Kennedy, 5/30 at KC Most LOB, game, TB 18, 6/15 vs. SEA Most SO, Team, TB 16, 2x-last, 6/15 vs. SEA Most LOB, game, Opp 13, 2x-last, 5/25 vs. MIA Most walks, Team, TB 7, 4x-last, 6/14 vs. SEA Most errors, game, TB 3, 4x-last, 7/6 vs. LAA Low-Hit Game 1, 2x-last, 5/29 vs. NYY Most errors, game, Opp 3, 2x-last, 8/3 vs. KC Consecutive Scoreless IP 21.0, Colome, May 4 June 15 Longest game, time 4:38, 6/15 vs. SEA Shortest game, time 2:15, 6/7 at ARI Longest game, time (9 inn.) 4:16, 4/21 at BOS Shortest game, time (9 inn.) 2:15, 6/7 at ARI Grand Slams (1): Dickerson-1 (5/11 at SEA, T Walker) Back-to-Back (1): Morrison/Jennings (5/18 at TOR, R Dickey) Pinch-hit (1): Motter-1 (5/17 at TOR, D Storen) Walk-off (-): - Lead-off (4): Forsythe-2 (7/29 vs. NYY, I. Nova; 8/9 vs. TOR, M. Estrada), Guyer-1 (5/15 vs. OAK, S Gray), Souza-1 (5/20 at DET, A. Sanchez) Inside-the-park (-): - LAST HR & PLAYER SEASON HIGHS HOME RUNS RUNS BY INNING 2-HR games (8): Longoria-2 (6/5 at MIN, T Duffey/B Kintzler; 7/17 vs. BAL, D Bundy/O Despaigne), Souza Jr.-2 (4/6 vs. TOR, J Happ/A Leon; 4/24 at NYY, M Pineda), Dickerson-1 (6/8 at ARI, A Bradley/T Clippard), Guyer-1 (5/15 vs. OAK, S Gray), Miller-1 (8/13 at NYY, M Tanaka), Morrison-1 (6/5 at MIN, T Duffey), Pearce-1 (5/10 at SEA, W Miley), 3-HR games (-): X Total Opponent Tampa Bay INSTANT REPLAY CHALLENGES (last five) GAME CHALLENGED BY INN. PLAYER OF REFERENCE INITIAL CALL RULING DELAY Aug 3 vs. KC Kansas City B3 Steven Souza Jr. Safe at second Overturned 1:02 Aug 7 vs. MIN Tampa Bay T1 Robbie Grossman Safe at second Overturned 1:26 Aug 9 at TOR Crew Chief T5 Tim Beckham No home run (foul) Confirmed TBA Aug 12 at NYY Tampa Bay T6 Mikie Mahtook Safe at first Overturned 0:59 Aug 12 at NYY New York T9 Corey Dickerson Safe at first Overturned TBA Rays Totals (bold): 36 challenges (22 overturned, 7 stand, 7 confirmed) Opp Totals: 28 challenges (16 overturned, 7 stand, 5 confirmed) Umpire Totals: 6 challenges (0 record keeping, 2 overturned, 3 stand, 1 confirmed) HOME RUNS 1R 2R 3R GS TOTAL Longoria Miller Dickerson Forsythe Souza Jr Morrison Pearce Jennings 7 7 Guyer Casali Kiermaier Beckham Conger Motter Arcia Franklin Wilson 1 1 TOTALS CATCHERS PCT CCS ATT Casali Conger Maile Wilson TOTALS MISC. Game-Tying & Go-Ahead RBI: Longoria (33), Miller (18), Souza Jr. (13), Dickerson (13), Morrison (12), Forsythe (12), Guyer (10), Pearce (8), Casali (7), Kiermaier (6), Jennings (6), Beckham (3), Arcia (2), Motter (1), Odorizzi (1), Mahtook (1), Conger (1), Franklin (1) 2-Out RBI: Longoria (28), Forsythe (19), Miller (19), Dickerson (16), Pearce (15), Souza Jr. (13), Guyer (10), Jennings (8), Morrison (8), Casali (7), Conger (7), Kiermaier (7), Franklin (8), Motter (5), Arcia (4), Maile (4), Beckham (2), Odorizzi (1) Outfield Assists (13): Souza Jr. (3), Jennings (3), Kiermaier (3), Decker (2), Dickerson (1), Motter (1), Guyer (1) Bunt Singles (6): Kiermaier (3), Jennings (1), Guyer (1), Morrison (1) Ejections (3): Cash-1 (4/29 vs. TOR, 5th inn.), Shelton-1 (6/5 at MIN, 3rd inn.), Odorizzi-1 (6/24 vs. SEA, 6th inn.) Batted Around (11): 4/19 at BOS (10th inn., 9 batters), 4/21 at BOS (4th inn., 10 batters), 4/24 at NYY (1st inn., 9 batters), 5/11 at SEA (6th inn., 9 batters), 6/6 at ARI (5th inn., 9 batters), 6/12 vs. HOU (5th inn., 10 batters), 6/27 vs. BOS (1st inn., 9 batters), 7/19 at COL (3rd inn., 9 batters), 7/20 at COL (4th inn., 9 batters), 8/3 vs. KC (6th inn., 10 batters), 8/9 at TOR (7th inn., 9 batters) CATWALKS 1. April 6 vs. TOR Curt Casali pop out to SS Troy Tulowitzki hit off the A-ring catwalk off J.A. Happ (3rd inning). 2. April 16 vs. CWS Brett Lawrie home run off the C-ring catwalk in left field (389 feet)...off Steve Geltz (7th inning). 3. April 29 vs. TOR Josh Donaldson home run off the C-ring catwalk in left field (445 feet) off Drew Smyly (6th inning). 4. May 3 vs. LAD Trayce Thompson home run off the C-ring catwalk in left field (416 feet) off Matt Moore (2nd inning). 5. May 13 vs. OAK Danny Valencia home run off the C-ring catwalk in left field (437 feet) off Jake Odorizzi (1st inning). 6. May 16 vs. OAK Yonder Alonso pop out to 2B Steve Pearce hit off the B-ring catwalk off Matt Moore (2nd inning). 7. June 11 vs. HOU Evan Longoria home run off the C-ring catwalk in left field (438 feet)...off Mike Fiers (6th inning). 8. June 14 vs. SEA Corey Dickerson home run off the D-ring catwalk in right field (448 feet)...off Taijuan Walker (2nd inning). 9. July 1 vs. DET Victor Martinez home run off the C-ring catwalk in right field (418 feet)...off Danny Farquhar (7th inning). 10. July 3 vs. DET Ian Kinsler home run off the C-ring catwalk in left field (391 feet)...off Danny Farquhar (7th inning). 11. July 18 vs. BAL Evan Longoria home run off the D-ring catwalk in center field (441 feet)...off Odrisamer Despaigne (8th inning). 12. July 30 vs. NYY Steven Souza Jr. pop out to SS Didi Gregorius hit off the B-ring catwalk off Nathan Eovaldi (2nd inning). 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