SUNDAY, APRIL 24, 2016 at NEW YORK YANKEES LH Drew Smyly (0-2, 2.91) vs. RH Michael Pineda (1-1, 5.29)

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1 SUNDAY, APRIL 24, 2016 at NEW YORK YANKEES LH Drew Smyly (0-2, 2.91) vs. RH Michael Pineda (1-1, 5.29) 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.: 18 (7-10) Road Game No.: 8 (2-5) All-Time Game No.: 2,932 (1,359-1,572) All-Time Road Game No.: 1,463 ( ) RAY MATTER The Rays dropped the first 2 games of this series and close out their 6-game road trip today they are 2-3 (2-1 at Boston and 0-2 here) yesterday s 3-2 walk-off loss was the major-league-high 13th time (tied with the Phillies) that the Rays have been held to 3 runs or fewer (3-10) the Rays have compiled 23 runs and 43 hits on the first 5 games of the road trip, with more than half the runs and one-third of the hits coming in the Rays 12-8 win Thu at BOS Rays have committed 6 errors and the starters have no wins the Rays are 7-10, their slowest start since 2013 (also 7-10; 8-10 after 18 games) the Rays are a season-high 3 games under.500 for the third time (also 3-6 and 4-7) and are hoping to avoid being 4 games under after 18 games for the first time since 2009 (7-11). ROSTER MOVE Following yesterday s game, the Rays selected RHP Jhan Mariñez (yahn mah-reen-yez) from Triple-A Durham and optioned LH Blake Snell to the same club Mariñez last appeared in a major league game on Sep 29, 2012 in relief for the White Sox vs. the Rays Mariñez (a rookie) has appeared in a team-high 6 games at Durham and was 2-1 with one save and a 2.25 ERA to make room for Mariñez on the 40-man roster, the Rays transferred RH Alex Cobb (Tommy John surgery) to the 60-day disabled list Mariñez will wear No. 50. WALK-OFFS Yesterday the Rays suffered a 3-2 setback, their first walkoff loss of the season the Rays led the majors in walk-off losses last season with a club-record 13 it was the Rays fourth walk-off loss in their last 12 games here and overall their 14th in their last 65 road games RH Erasmo Ramirez became the fifth Ray all time to surrender a walk-off homer to the Yankees, joining LH Norm Charlton (1999), RH Dan Wheeler (2009), LH Jake McGee (2015) and RH Steve Geltz (2015). LEADS ARE SCARCE The Rays have led after only 31 innings in their 17 games Rays starters have pitched with a lead in a total of 17 innings today s starter LH Drew Smyly has held a lead for one inning in his 3 starts. SO ARE RUNS The Rays are averaging 3.35 runs per game, 26th in the majors their 57 runs scored are their 2nd fewest scored after 17 games in their 19-year history the Rays scored only 52 after 7 games in 2001 excluding the 12-8 win on Thu at BOS, the Rays have averaged 2.81 runs per game the Rays are 4-0 when they score more than 3 runs 21 pct. of the Rays runs this season came in one game (Thu at BOS, 12-8). Games with 3 Runs or Fewer, First 17 Games, AL, 2000s 2003 Tigers Rays Mariners Orioles 13 MEMORABLE DEBUT IN THE BRONX Yesterday LH Blake Snell became the first Rays pitcher to make his major league debut with a start in Yankee Stadium (new or old) he allowed 2 hits and one walk with 6 SO in 5.0 IP and left with a 2-1 lead his 6 SO were the most by a pitcher (starter or reliever) in his major league debut at Yankee Stadium since BOS Robinson Checo on Sep 16, 1997 only twice has a starting pitcher allowed as few hits and runs in his major league debut in the Bronx: SEA Pat Rice allowed one hit and no runs in his major league debut on May 19, 1991 in a 4-1 win, and BOS Billy Rohr threw a one-hit shutout on April 14, 1961 he became the third Ray to leave his major league debut in line for a win and not get it: Wade Davis on Sep 6, 2009 vs. DET and Andy Sonnanstine on June 5, 2007 vs. TOR. UNFAMILIAR GROUND FOR RAYS STARTING PITCHERS Between , Tampa Bay starting pitchers were a combined (.555), 2nd-best mark in the majors behind the Cardinals ( ,.595) this season, Rays starters have 2 wins in 17 starts their 2-8 mark is better than only one major league club: Atlanta (1-7) last win by a Rays starter was last Sunday vs. CWS (Matt Moore). UNDER-30 STREAK ROLLS ON Today will be the 254th consecutive game the Rays have started a pitcher under the age of 30, the longest current streak in the majors since May 25, 2007, the Rays have started a pitcher under 30 in 1,350 of their last 1,430 games (94 pct.). LATE ACTION The Rays have scored the game-winning run in the 8th inning 4 times and in the 8th inning or later 5 times they have scored 22 of their 57 runs (38.5 pct.) in the 8th inning or later yesterday was only the fourth time the Rays have gone into the 7th inning stretch with a lead. SMYLY AND THE BIG UNIT In his last 2 starts, today s starter LH Drew Smyly has thrown 15 innings and held opponents hitless in 13 of those innings opponents are 1-for-their-last-35 against him he became the first Rays pitcher to put together back-to-back starts of 7 or more innings, 3 or fewer hits and 10 or more strkeouts is one of only 5 AL pitchers to do that in the 2000s, joining MIN Johan Santana (3 in 2004), CWS Chris Sale (2 in 2015), BOS Jon Lester (2 in 2009) and DET Justin Verlander (2 in 2009) and since Baseball Reference data is available (1913) only one other pitcher has recorded 2 consecutive starts with those numbers and been winless in both: ARI Randy Johnson (twice, in 2001 and 2004). vs. THE A.L. BEASTS The Rays ($57M payroll) complete this 6-game road trip vs. the Red Sox ($191M payroll) and the Yankees ($222M payroll) since 2010, the Rays are vs. the Red Sox and vs. the Yankees their record is the AL s best combined record vs. the two behemoths over that span Evan Longoria has hit 51 HR against the Red Sox and Yankees as a 3B in AL history only two third basemen have hit more: BAL Brooks Robinson ( ) with 71 and CLE Ken Keltner ( ) with 53. RAYS vs. YANKEES The Rays are 0-2 this season and were 7-12 last season, their first losing season vs. the Yankees since 2009 Rays are vs. the Yankees since Oct 2, 2009 and their record since 2010 is the best among AL teams Rays are at new Yankee Stadium after going at the original Rays have now lost 5 straight series in the Bronx including this one. LONGO LOVES NEW YORK With 2 hits this series, 3B Evan Longoria now has 66 in new Yankee Stadium only one visiting player has more career hits here: Nick Markakis with 72 Longo has 41 RBI in new Yankee Stadium, most by a visiting player his 14 HR here are 2nd to TOR Jose Bautista s 17 of his 29 HR vs. the Yankees, 27 have come as a 3B only one third baseman has hit more career home runs vs. the Yankees: Brooks Robinson (34) in Longo s career, he has played 54 games at 3B in either new or old Yankee Stadium and has made only one error. KK TOO! In his last 9 games at Yankee Stadium, CF Kevin Kiermaier is 14-for-34 (.412) with a double, 3 triples and 2 home runs. RAYS ON THE ROAD Since 2010, the Rays have the best road record in the major leagues ( ,.524) and the Yankees are 2nd ( ,.521). GUYER ON FIRE In his last 5 games since Saturday, OF Brandon Guyer has been retired only 5 times in his last 21 PA he is 8-for-15 with 4 HBP, 2 BB and has reached on an error twice. CASH IS MAJORS YOUNGEST NYY Alex Rodriguez (40) and Carlos Beltran (39) are two of the 16 active players who are older than Rays Manager Kevin Cash (38), the majors youngest manager since A.J. Hinch piloted Arizona in 2009 at the age of 34. HAPPY BIRTHDAY OF Steven Souza Jr. turns 27 today he has yet to play a major league game on his birthday he is 4-for-9 with 1 HR against today s Yankee starter RH Michael Pineda. UP NEXT, vs. ORIOLES The Rays open an 8-game homestand tomorrow vs. the Orioles the Rays were swept in a 2-game series at Baltimore, April 8-10 Rays batted.203 (13-for-64) and had only 2 hits with RISP in that series the Rays went 13-6 vs. the Orioles in 2013, but since then are and have scored 3 runs or fewer in 26 of those games. ARCHER IN SEARCH OF Tomorrow vs. BAL, RH Chris Archer will be looking for his first win at Tropicana Field since last June 23 when he beat Toronto he s 0-6 in 10 home starts since overall is also winless in his last 10 starts (0-7) since his victory Aug 31, 2015 at BAL. RAYS AND THE ST. PETE CHAMBER LUNCHEON The Rays annual St. Pete Chamber Luncheon is scheduled for this Tuesday (April 26) at the Hilton St. Petersburg Carillon expected to represent the Rays are Team President Brian Auld, President of Baseball Operations Matt Silverman, Manager Kevin Cash, and players Logan Morrison, Hank Conger, Erasmo Ramirez and Ryan Webb tickets can be purchased at stpete.com. Upcoming Games Time (ET) Probable Starting Pitchers (Rays vs. Opp.) TV Radio Mon., April 25 vs. BAL 7:10 p.m. RH Chris Archer (0-4, 7.32) vs. RK Kevin Gausman (2016 debut) Fox Sports Sun WDAE 620 AM, WGES 680 AM (Sp.) Tues., April 26 vs. BAL 7:10 p.m. RH Jake Odorizzi (0-1, 3.97) vs. RH Ubaldo Jimenez (1-1, 3.71) Fox Sports Sun WDAE 620 AM, WGES 680 AM (Sp.) Wed., April 27 vs. BAL 7:10 p.m. LH Matt Moore (1-1, 3.60) vs. RH Chris Tillman (1-1, 4.42) Fox Sports Sun WDAE 620 AM, WGES 680 AM (Sp.)

2 LAST START On Tue at BOS, became the first opposing lefty ever to allow 1 hit or fewer and register double-digit strikeouts at Fenway Park, according to the Elias Sports Bureau righties to do it are WAS Walter Johnson (1920), CLE Bob Feller (1939), DET Jim Bunning (1958), NYY Mike Mussina (2001) and CHC Jake Arrieta (2014) seven of his 8 IP were perfect, and pitched out of a no-out, bases-loaded jam in the 3rd only hit allowed was a 3rd-inning single by the No. 9 hitter, Jackie Bradley Jr. retired his last 17 BF has a current streak of 11 consecutive scoreless innings, and 20.1 straight against Boston. His line: ND, 8 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 2 BB, 11 SO, 105 pit, 71 str. Had a career-high-tying 11 SO, including David Ortiz three times. Has reached double-digit strikeouts in consecutive starts, first time in his career doing that, the only pitcher to do it so far this year, and the third lefty in Rays history to do it joined David Price (last June 4-25, 2014, 5 straight) and Scott Kazmir. Became the fourth AL pitcher to strike out 11 or more, allow 1 hit or fewer and not earn the win, since Baseball Reference data is available (1913) the other three all allowed one run. ODDS & ENDS Ranks among AL leaders in SO (27, T-5th), WHIP (0.65, 2nd), opp avg. (.137, 3rd), opp OBP (.177, 2nd), H/9 IP (4.15, 3rd), BB/9 IP (1.66, 10th) and SO/BB (6.75, 6th) only one other AL qualifier has a lower ERA without a win: OAK Chris Bassitt (2.79). Has received a combined 3 runs of support in his three starts. Has gone at least 6.2 IP in each start, the only Ray to do so. Hasn t allowed a 1st-inning run in any of his last 11 starts. is looking to avoid losing a third straight decision, which would match a career long streak (May 8-31, 2014, with DET). AGAINST A.L. EAST FOES Owns a career 9-2 record and 1.85 ERA (136-IP, 79-H, 28-ER) in 29 games (18 starts) vs. Rays divisional opponents (TOR, NYY, BOS and BAL) only losses were April 4 vs. TOR and May 5, 2015 at BOS the Rays are 10-4 in his 14 starts vs. the AL East since he joined the team. SINCE THE TRADE Has made 22 starts since being acquired from Detroit on July 31, 2014 as part of the David Price trade during TODAY S STARTER LH DREW SMYLY (0-2, 2.91) YEAR CLUB W-L ERA G GS CG SHO IP H R ER BB SO HR Avg Montgomery (AA) Charlotte (A) Duram (AAA) Tampa Bay Tampa Bay Major League Totals Minor League Totals GAME LOG GAME DEC ERA IP H R ER BB SO HR HB WP P/K FINAL OPP. LEFT 4/4 vs. TOR L /63 L, 3-5 Dickey down, 5-3 4/13 vs. CLE L /71 L, 1-4 Carrasco down, 3-0 4/19 at BOS /71 W, 3-0 (10) Kelly tied, 0-0 APRIL SPRING GAME LOG GAME DEC ERA IP H R ER BB SO HR HB WP P/K FINAL OPP. LEFT 3/5 at BAL W /18 W, 10-6 Gausman up, 2-0 3/10 vs. PIT W /35 W, 5-1 Liriano up, 2-0 3/15 vs. PHI /45 L, 5-2 Nola tied, 1-1 *3/20 vs. TB / /25 vs. MIN L /60 L, 6-1 Santana down, 5-0 3/30 vs. BOS W /37 W, 4-3 Cuevas up, 4-0 TOTAL that span his 2.58 ERA (136-IP, 39-ER) ranks 1st in the AL (min. 15 starts) his college roommate at the University of Arkansas, HOU Dallas Keuchel, ranks 2nd (2.65) also ranks 1st in the AL (min. 15 starts) with a.191 opp avg., including a.173 (19-for-110) mark vs. lefties. In his 22 starts, has allowed 2 runs or fewer 15 times, 1 run or fewer 11 times and 4 hits or fewer 15 times he is 8-5 and the Rays are WATCH YOUR BACK Is tied for the AL lead with 11 pickoffs since 2014 had 4 pickoffs last year, tied for 4th most in the AL despite only 12 starts led the AL with 7 in 2014 in a combined 28 apps (21 starts). OVERVIEW Named the Rays No. 2 starter by Manager Kevin Cash on March 29 marks his fifth major league season, though this was the first time he was in an Opening Day starting rotation was on the DL (left shoulder tendinitis) to begin the year in 2015 in 2014 and 2012, Detroit s schedule didn t require a fifth starter so he began the year in the bullpen (2014) and Triple-A (2012) spent all of 2013 in the bullpen IN REVIEW Limited to 12 starts as he spent a total of 105 games on the DL with a left shoulder injury he was 5-2, and the Rays were 8-4 made a club-high 7 rehab starts between three levels after returning from his second DL stint on Aug 16 at TEX, he made 9 starts and went 5-1 with a 3.24 ERA (50-IP, 18-ER) lost his first start after returning (Aug 16 at TEX, 5-3), then finished the season 5-0 over his last 8 starts (2.54 ERA). MUCH IN COMMON Has modeled parts of his pitching style after LH Cliff Lee, another Arkansas native and former Razorback with an assortment of pitches the two have the same agent (Darek Braunecker) and have worked out together in past offseasons. I think he s capable of being as good as [Astros Cy Young winner and Smyly s college roommate Dallas] Keuchel last year, honestly. I think he s got that much deception, he s that competitive and he s that good a pitcher. I really do. Catcher Curt Casali (Tampa Bay Times) * intrasquad game 2016 SPLITS vs. RH:.094 (5-53), 1-HR vs. LH:.250 (5-20), 2-HR Home: 0-2, 4.61 ERA (13.2-IP, 7-ER) Road: 0-0, 0.00 ERA (8.0-IP, 0-ER) SMYLY vs. NEW YORK CAREER Is with a 1.82 ERA (24.2-IP, 5-ER) in 6 career apps (3 starts) against the Yankees among active lefties, only Chris Sale (1.21) and Dallas Keuchel (1.45) have lower ERA s vs. New York (min. 20 IP) is 1-0 with a 1.98 ERA (13.2-IP, 3-ER) in 4 career apps (2 starts) at Yankee Stadium, all three runs scoring via solo home run (Nick Swisher, Chris Young, Chase Headley) also made 2 apps against the Yankees in the 2012 ALCS with Detroit. LAST START Only start against them last season was April 29 at Yankee Stadium, and had 10 SO on 87 pitches in a no decision (6-IP, 4-H, 2-ER, 1-BB, 2-HR). LAST START On Wed at BOS, had a 33-pitch 1st inning as his first 4 BF all reached (BB, 1B, 1B, 2B) and three of them scored didn t record his first out until his 22nd pitch, a Hanley Ramirez strikeout allowed a 2-run homer to Mookie Betts in the 2nd went 4.1 IP, his shortest start since Sep 26, 2015 at TOR (3.2) only threw 57.1 percent of his pitches for strikes his line: L, 4.1 IP, 8 H, 6 R, 3 BB, 6 SO, 1 HR, 84 pit, 48 str. TOMORROW S STARTER RH CHRIS ARCHER (0-4, 7.32) EARLY STRUGGLES His 7.32 ERA is 3rd-highest among qualifiers in the majors, highest in the AL, and his 2.08 WHIP is highest in the majors (19.2-IP, 30-H, 11-BB) his.345 opp avg. is 2nd-highest in the AL and his.418 opp OBP and.598 opp SLG are both the highest in the AL. Ranks T-2nd in the AL with 29 SO, trailing BOS David Price (32). LOSING STREAK Is 0-7 with a 6.39 ERA (50.2-IP, 36-ER) in 10 starts since last September (see chart), tied with Brad Boxberger s active Marks his second season as Rays manager 38-year-old is the youngest active manager in MLB, ahead of SD Andy Green (5 months older). Is the fifth manager in Rays history is the sixth Tampa-born manager in ML history and second to manage the Rays joins Hall of Famers Al Lopez and Tony La Russa, Lou Piniella, Dave Miley and John Hart. #16 KEVIN CASH, MANAGER losing streak for the longest by a Ray since Andy Sonnanstine (8, June 16 Aug 10, 2007) is the first player in club history to lose his first 4 games of a season (without any no-decisions) Edwin Jackson in 2007 (started 0-8) was the last Rays starter with more consecutive losses to open a season (in games with a decision). Hasn t won since Aug 31, 2015 at BAL (6-IP, 0-ER) opponents are batting.300/.388/.500 (63-for-210) over this stretch. Has failed to finish 6 IP in 7 straight starts. vs. BALTIMORE Is 2-5 with a 5.03 ERA (53.2-IP, 30-ER) in 10 career apps (9 starts) against the Orioles faced them in his second start of this season, at Oriole Park at Camden Yards (L, 5-IP, 6-ER, 4-HR, career high) has made 6 starts vs. Baltimore at Tropicana Field, going 1-2 with a 4.24 ERA (34-IP, 16-ER, 6-HR, 34-SO). 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 at NYY: DNP RISP:.250 (1-4) vs. LH:.231 (3-13) 2016:.176/.263/.176, 0-HR, 1-RBI, 1-SB Current Hitting Streak: 1G (.500, 1-2) RISP, 2 Out:.000 (0-1) vs. RH:.000 (0-4) Is 2-for-his-last-15 has made 5 starts (4-SS, 1-2B), all vs. lefty starters batting.095 (2-for-21) in his career against the Yankees. Only RBI came on a bases-loaded single on April 6 vs. TOR, off J.A. Happ this season marked his second straight Opening Day roster. In 2015, made starts at SS (22), 2B (21), DH (7) and 3B (1) and had 9 HR, a club record for a rookie middle infielder. #19 CURT CASALI, C Sat at NYY: 0-1, SO, E2 (def. rep. in 7th) RISP:.000 (0-6) vs. LH:.125 (2-16), 1-HR 2016:.156/.182/.281, 1-HR, 3-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-6 RISP, 2 Out:.000 (0-2) vs. RH:.188 (3-16) Averaging a home run every 12.1 at-bats (133-AB, 11-HR) since 2015 only AL player with a higher rate (min. 10 AB) is BAL Chris Davis (11.9). Is 2-for-his-last-21, with both hits coming off David Price has gone hitless in 6 of his last 7 games (since April 15) on Thu at BOS, had a 2-run HR off Price, third of his career off him, most against any pitcher only players with more off Price (reg. season) are Bautista (5) and Granderson (4). Has played in 12 games with 10 starts (10-C) since the start of last year, 62.1 percent of his hits have gone for extra bases (11-1B, 7-2B, 11-HR). #24 HANK CONGER, C Sat at NYY: 0-2, SO RISP:.143 (1-7) vs. LH:.000 (0-1) 2016:.182/.217/.182, 0-HR, 1-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-3 RISP, 2 Out:.167 (1-6) vs. RH:.190 (4-21) Has played in 11 games with 7 starts at catcher, including all four starts by Chris Archer lone RBI was a 7th-inning single on Wed at BOS. Batting.182 (4-for-22), all singles opposing base stealers have been successful on their last 48 attempts (all 11 attempts in 2016) his last CS was May 29, 2015 vs. CWS (J.B. Shuck) this season marked his fifth Opening Day roster (also 2011, ) and first career Opening Day start. Is coming off his best offensive season with Houston in 2015 with career highs in HR (11), RBI (33), BB (23), OBP (.311) and SLG (.436). #10 COREY DICKERSON, OF Sat at NYY: 3-4, 2B, RBI RISP:.182 (2-11) vs. LH:.071 (1-14) 2016:.259/.286/.574, 4-HR, 7-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 1G (.750, 3-4) RISP, 2 Out:.222 (2-9) vs. RH:.325 (13-40), 4-HR Had a season-high 3 hits yesterday at NYY, his most since Sep 25, 2015 vs. LAD (with COL) hit off Andrew Miller was his first vs. LHP had a game-tying double in the 4th, his 5th 2B this season (tied for the team lead) also leads the team in HR (4), XBH (9) and SLG (.574, 10th in the AL). This is his first series at Yankee Stadium has played in 16 games with 13 starts (11-DH, 1-LF, 1-RF) his first 4 RBI this season all came via solo homer, the first Rays player ever to begin April in that fashion and first in the majors to do so since SF Pat Burrell in 2011, per Rays PR research. Nine of his 14 hits this season (64.3 percent) have gone for extra bases in his career, 44.2 percent of his hits have gone for extra bases. #11 LOGAN FORSYTHE, INF Sat at NYY: 0-4, SO RISP:.571 (4-7) vs. LH:.389 (7-18), 1-HR 2016:.279/.353/.492, 2-HR, 7-RBI, 1-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-6 RISP, 2 Out:.500 (3-6) vs. RH:.233 (10-43), 1-HR Has reached in 12 of 24 PA on this road trip, raising his OBP from.273 to.353 his.353 OBP out of the leadoff spot ranks 4th in the AL (min. 50 AB). On Fri at NYY had his fourth career multi-2b game, first since Sep 2, 2015 at BAL reached 5 times on Thu at BOS, tying his career high. Is a career.302 (19-for-63) hitter at Yankee Stadium had 10 RBI vs. the Yankees in 2015 (home and away), tied for the most by a Ray vs. any opp. Has started 16 games, all at leadoff at 2B leads the team with 7 BB, 11 runs scored and 5 2B (tied) has 5 RBI in Late & Close situations, tied for the major league lead defined by Baseball Reference as a PA in the 7th inn. or later with his team tied, ahead by one, or the tying run on deck. Has more homers (19) over the last two seasons ( , in 169 games) as he did in his first four seasons combined (in 338 games). In 2015, was chosen as the Don Zimmer Award winner by the Tampa Bay Chapter of the BBWAA, as the team s most valuable player. #5 BRANDON GUYER, OF Sat at NYY: DNP RISP:.500 (2-4) vs. LH:.316 (6-19), 1-HR 2016:.346/.485/.462, 1-HR, 3-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 2G (.375, 3-8) RISP, 2 Out:.333 (1-3) vs. RH:.429 (3-7) Reached a career-high 5 times on Thu at BOS, including a club-record-tying 3 HBP (also Guyer, Oct 2, 2015 vs. TOR and Jonny Gomes, Aug 15, 2005 vs. NYY) has been hit by pitch an AL-leading 29 times since 2015, including a major-league-most 5 times this season for context, has averaged a HBP once every 19.1 PA in his career Hall of Famer Craig Biggio had 285 HBP in his career; was plunked once every 43.9 PA. Has reached via hit, walk or HBP in 12 of his last 21 PA, dating back to April 16 vs. CWS his OBP has increased from.167 to.485 over that span on April vs. CWS, became the first Ray to reach safely 4 times in consecutive games since Evan Longoria on April 25-26, 2015 vs. TOR. Has played in 10 games, 7 starts (3-RF, 2-LF, 2-CF) in his career, 12 of his 15 HR in his career have come vs. LHP (last April 16 vs. CWS). #8 DESMOND JENNINGS, OF Sat at NYY: 0-3, BB, SO, GDP RISP:.250 (3-12) vs. LH:.238 (5-21) 2016:.232/.317/.321, 1-HR, 5-RBI, 2-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-5 RISP, 2 Out:.333 (3-9) vs. RH:.229 (8-35), 1-HR His.996 career fielding percentage is the best among active outfielders (min. 1,000 chances), pct. points ahead of Jacoby Ellsbury. Has reached base safely in 15 of 16 games this season has made 16 starts (14-LF, 2-DH), all in the No. 5 spot in the batting order first 9 hits to start the season were singles; since then, 3 of 4 hits have gone for extra bases, incl. RBI double on Thu at BOS and 10th-inning 2-run 2B on Tue at BOS. His 8th-inning homer on April 16 vs. CWS was his first XBH of the season and his first HR at Tropicana Field since July 25, 2014 vs. BOS. #39 KEVIN KIERMAIER, CF Sat at NYY: 2-3, HR, RBI, R, CS RISP:.333 (2-6) vs. LH:.091 (1-11) 2016:.250/.353/.455, 2-HR, 4-RBI, 2-SB Current Hitting Streak: 5G (.389, 7-18) RISP, 2 Out:.333 (1-3) vs. RH:.303 (10-33), 2-HR Is a career.333/.367/.632 (19-for-57) hitter with 2 2B, 3 3B, 3 HR and 8 RBI in 15 career games (all starts) at Yankee Stadium. Had a 5th-inning solo homer yesterday at NYY batting.389/.421/.889 (7-for-18) with 3 2B and 2 HR over his last 5 games following a 0-for-19 skid. Turned 26 on Friday (did not play) on Tue at BOS broke a scoreless tie with a 10th-inning homer, the 2nd of his career in extras (also June 3, 2015 at LAA). Received his Platinum Glove Award from Rawlings officials prior to the game on April 16 vs. CWS won the 6th Gold Glove in club history, 1st Platinum. Has started 15 games, all as the No. 8 hitter and in CF was the youngest positional player on the Rays Opening Day roster. #3 EVAN LONGORIA, 3B Sat at NYY: 0-4 RISP:.308 (4-13) vs. LH:.280 (7-25), 1-HR 2016:.254/.284/.451, 3-HR, 9-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-6 RISP, 2 Out:.500 (3-6) vs. RH:.239 (11-46), 2-HR Is a career.286/.355/.520 (71-for-248) hitter with 14 2B, 14 HR and 44 RBI at Yankee Stadium (old and new) has only made one career error here. His 41 RBI at new Yankee Stadium is most among visiting players, and his 14 HR rank 2nd to Jose Bautista (17) has 29 HR in his career vs. NYY, one shy of his most vs. any opponent (BAL) 27 HR have come as a 3B, 2nd in major league history vs. NYY behind Brooks Robinson (34). Has hit 51 HR in his career against the Red Sox and Yankees combined, the Rays two opponents on this road trip in AL history, only two players have hit more against those two clubs (as a third baseman): BAL Brooks Robinson (71, ) and CLE Ken Keltner (53, ). Leads the team in multi-hit games (6), hits (18), 2B (5, tied) and RBI (9) is the franchise s all-time leader in HR (208), RBI (717), 2B (266), XBH (487) and SLG (.485, min. 1,200 PA) ranks 2nd in franchise history in games played, hits, runs, total bases and walks. Has 8 years, 20 days of service time (all with the Rays) will pass Carl Crawford (8.072) in June for longest service time in Rays history. #13 BRAD MILLER, SS Sat at NYY: 0-3, 2-SO, E6 RISP:.111 (1-9) vs. LH:.182 (2-11), 1-HR 2016:.106/.176/.213, 1-HR, 3-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-11 RISP, 2 Out:.143 (1-7) vs. RH:.083 (3-36) Hitless in his last 11 at-bats, his second hitless streak of at least 10 AB this season, following an 0-for-16 start to his Rays career. His.106 avg. is the lowest among major league shortstops three of his 5 hits this season have gone for extra bases (2-2B, 1-HR). Has played in 15 games with 13 starts, all at shortstop last season, made starts for the Mariners at SS, 2B, 3B and all three OF positions. His best game as a Ray was April 16 vs. CWS, when he recorded his first multi-xbh game since July 3, 2015 at OAK became the 17th Florida-born player to homer for the Rays, a 4th-inning 2-run shot off John Danks which was the third of his career vs. LHP.

4 #7 LOGAN MORRISON, 1B Sat at NYY: 1-4, 2B, R, SO RISP:.000 (0-7) vs. LH:.167 (1-6) 2016:.067/.125/.089, 0-HR, 0-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 1G (.250, 1-4) RISP, 2 Out:.000 (0-2) vs. RH:.051 (2-39) Snapped an 0-for-19 yesterday at NYY with a 4th-inning double, his first XBH as a Ray ended a career-long streak of 21 games without an XBH. Min. 30 AB, his.067 avg. is lowest in the majors has appeared in 24 games since his last home run (Sep 24, 2015 at KC) and 15 games since his last RBI (Oct 4, 2015 vs. OAK) his 39 at-bats are the most in the majors among players without an RBI next is OAK Billy Burns (37). Has had a pair of hitless streaks greater than 10 at-bats this year: an 0-for-12 to start the season and 0-for-19 spanning from April Has played in 15 games with 12 starts (10-1B, 2-DH), and 11 of his 12 starts have come in the No. 2 spot in the batting order. Has struck out in 13 of his 14 games with an at-bat this season leads the team with 19 SO. #28 STEVE PEARCE, UTL Sat at NYY: 0-3, 2-SO RISP:.375 (3-8) vs. LH:.278 (5-18) 2016:.226/.294/.258, 0-HR, 3-RBI, 0-SB Current Hitting Streak: 0-for-5 RISP, 2 Out:.667 (2-3) vs. RH:.154 (2-13) Yesterday at NYY made his first start at third base since Aug 22, 2011 vs. MIL (with PIT) had his first multi-so game of the season. Totaled 25 at-bats with New York in 2012 signed with the Yankees as a minor league free agent in March 2012; claimed off waivers in Aug Has gone 51 at-bats since his last homer, dating back to the end of the 2015 season hit 36 HR over , averaging one every 17.6 at-bats. Has played in 10 games with 8 starts (7-1B, 1-3B) six of his 7 hits have been singles hasn t had more than one hit in any game this season. Is the oldest member of the Rays active roster (33 years, 11 days old) is the first player in Rays history born in Lakeland, per Baseball Reference. #20 STEVEN SOUZA JR., OF Sat at NYY: DNP RISP:.333 (4-12) vs. LH:.313 (5-16), 1-HR 2016:.275/.327/.490, 3-HR, 8-RBI, 1-SB Current Hitting Streak: 3G (.333, 4-12) RISP, 2 Out:.125 (1-8) vs. RH:.257 (9-35), 2-HR Ranks among team leaders in SLG (.490, 3rd), HR (3, T-2nd), RBI (8, 2nd) and SO (18, 2nd) batting.286/.348/.333 (6-for-21) over his last 5 G. Had an 8th-inning double off the Green Monster on Thu at BOS, the second time this season he s given the Rays a lead that late in the game. All 3 HR came in the first series of the season on April 6 vs. TOR, had a 4-hit game and the first multi-hr game of his career had a career-high 11 total bases, one shy of the club record his 11 total bases remain tied for the most by any player in a game this season (Nolan Arenado). Had 16 HR in 2015, T-3rd among AL rookies despite two stints on the DL at the time of his first injury, was leading AL rookies in HR, XBH and RBI. RAYS BULLPEN NOTES #31 XAVIER CEDEÑO, LH Last App: 4/23 at NYY (BS, 0.1-IP, 1-H, 0-R, 1-BB, 1-SO) Saves-Opps: 0-2 vs. LH:.364 (4-11) 2016: 1-0-0, 1.69 ERA, 6 G Long Relief App: 1.1, 4/16 vs. CWS IR-RS: 1-1 vs. RH:.100 (1-10) Has the only two blown saves by Rays relievers this season, coming in his last two apps has allowed 4 H, 2 BB over those two apps (combining for 1 IP), compared to 1 H, 0 BB in his first 4 apps spanning 4.1 IP inherited 1-on, 1-out yesterday and allowed the game-tying run to score. Only allowed one hit, no runs in 5 apps spanning 5.1 IP against the Yankees last season held Yankee left-handed bats to 0-for-10, 1 BB, 4 SO. Made his third Opening Day roster, first with the Rays led Rays lefties with 61 apps in 2015, despite not joining the team until their 21st game, after he was acquired from the Dodgers his 2.09 ERA (43-IP, 10-ER) ranked 3rd all-time by a Rays lefthanded reliever (min. 50 apps). #37 ALEX COLOME, RH Last App: 4/21 at BOS (SV, 0.2-IP, 0-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 0-SO) Saves-Opps: 3-3 vs. LH:.500 (4-8) 2016: 1-1-3, 1.23 ERA, 6 G Long Relief App: 2.0, 4/5 vs. TOR IR-RS: 2-0 vs. RH:.056 (1-18) Has saved his last three apps, including both wins in the 3-game Boston series inherited 2-on, 1-out on Thu at BOS and retired both BF. His first career save (in either the minors or the majors) came on April 17 vs. CWS went 1.2 IP, 1 BB, 2 SO in his 400th career professional app. Won his season debut on April 5 vs. TOR, throwing a season-high 34 pitches and was on the mound when the Rays won in unprecedented fashion (new slide rule 6.01(j)) hasn t allowed a homer since last June 16 vs. WAS streak of 68.0 straight homerless innings is longest active in majors. #51 DANA EVELAND, LH Last App: 4/22 at NYY (0.2-IP, 1-H, 2-R, 1-BB, 1-SO) Saves-Opps: -- vs. LH:.429 (3-7) 2016: 0-0-0, 5.40 ERA, 6 G Long Relief App: 1.2, 4/3 vs. TOR IR-RS: 3-0 vs. RH:.267 (4-15) Pitched in consecutive games Thu-Fri went 1B, F9, BB on Fri at NYY and both runners came around to score on Ellsbury s double (off Webb). 32-year-old is the oldest pitcher on the active roster made his fourth Opening Day roster, first since 2010 with Toronto (also with OAK). The Rays are his 10th major league team became the 3rd pitcher in the Rays era (since 2008) to make the Opening Day roster after entering camp as a non-roster invite, following Jamey Wright in 2013 and Juan Cruz in 2011 is the 2nd LHP in club history to do so, joining Jim Parque in #54 STEVE GELTZ, RH Last App: 4/20 at BOS (1.0-IP, 0-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 0-SO) Saves-Opps: -- vs. LH:.167 (1-6) 2016: 0-0-0, 6.23 ERA, 5 G Long Relief App: 1.0, 3x-last 4/20 at BOS IR-RS: 3-0 vs. RH:.200 (2-10), 2-HR Perfect 8th inn. on Wed at BOS opponents are batting.188 (3-for-16), but two of the three hits have been homers yielded a 2-run homer to Brett Lawrie on April 16 vs. CWS and a solo homer to Rajai Davis on April 14 vs. CLE, the 1st time in his career he allowed homers in consecutive apps. Made his second straight Opening Day roster after a Rays rookie record 70 apps in 2015 tied with SEA Carson Smith for the AL rookie lead. His.192 opp avg. last season ranked second among AL relievers to TOR Roberto Osuna only allowed 3 of his 26 inherited runners to score. #50 JHAN MARIÑEZ, RH Last App: -- Saves-Opps: -- vs. LH: -- Triple-A: 2-1-1, 2.25 ERA, 6 G Long Relief App: -- IR-RS: -- vs. RH: -- Recalled today from Triple-A Durham as Blake Snell was optioned marks his first major league stint since Sep 14, 2012 through season s end. Has made 6 career apps in the majors with a 3.38 ERA (5.1-IP, 2-ER) made 2 apps with the White Sox in 2012 and 4 apps with the Marlins in Was with a 2.25 ERA (8-IP, 2-ER) in 6 apps with Triple-A Durham, and his last 5 apps spanning 6.1 IP were scoreless last season he ranked in the top five among International League relievers in opp avg. (.196, 1st), SO/9 IP (9.59, 3rd) and baserunners per 9 IP (10.18, 2nd). Was traded by the Marlins following the 2011 season sent with SS Osvaldo Martinez to the White Sox for RH Ricardo Andres and Manager Ozzie Guillen. #30 ERASMO RAMIREZ, RH Last App: 4/23 at NYY (L, 2.0-IP, 3-H, 1-R, 0-BB, 1-SO, 1-HR) Saves-Opps: -- vs. LH:.259 (7-27), 2-HR 2016: 4-1-0, 1.69 ERA, 7 G, 1 GS Long Relief App: 2.0, 4x-last 4/23 at NYY IR-RS: 6-0 vs. RH:.167 (5-30) Has inherited the bases loaded in each of his last two apps, first times in his career entering in that situation stranded all 3 IR in both apps took the loss yesterday at NYY allowing a 9th-inning, 2-out solo homer to Brett Gardner, the first time in his career he was on the mound for a walk-off loss. Has a 1.46 ERA (24.2-IP, 4-ER) in 7 career apps (3 starts) against the Yankees, 4th-lowest among active pitchers (min. 20 IP). Tied for the major league lead with 4 wins, along with CWS Chris Sale and CHC Jake Arrieta) his fourth win came on Thu at BOS, becoming the first pitcher in club history with 4 wins through the team s first 15 games he and Sale this year are among 7 AL pitchers to do that since Leads the team in wins since the start of last season despite 10 fewer starts than Chris Archer, who ranks 2nd he is 15-6 (.714) over that span. Has averaged 12.9 pitches per inning, 2nd-fewest in the majors (min. 10 IP) averaged 14.8 per inning last season, 3rd fewest among AL qualifiers. Was the 2nd-youngest player on the Rays Opening Day roster (Enny Romero) was the only Nicaraguan-born player on an Opening Day roster. #45 ENNY ROMERO, LH Last App: 4/23 at NYY (1.1-IP, 1-H, 1-R, 0-ER, 1-BB, 1-SO) Saves-Opps: -- vs. LH:.100 (1-10) 2016: 0-0-0, 1.23 ERA, 6 G Long Relief App: 2.0, 4/8 at BAL IR-RS: 4-0 vs. RH:.000 (0-13) Leads major league relievers with a.043 opp avg. (1-for-23), just ahead of KC Wade Davis (.045) his first hit allowed was yesterday at NYY (6th inning, Brett Gardner) has allowed 2 BB and both have come around to score, including Brian McCann yesterday (unearned, after he departed). According to PITCHf/x, has averaged 96.2 mph on his fastball this season, T-6th among AL relievers and T-1st among AL lefty relievers. Retired his first 17 batters faced over 5 apps this season, the longest streak to start a season in franchise history. Was the youngest Ray on this year s Opening Day roster split last year between Durham and the majors, making 23 major league apps over 5 stints. #58 RYAN WEBB, RH Last App: 4/22 at NYY (0.2-IP, 1-H, 0-R, 0-BB, 0-SO) Saves-Opps: -- vs. LH:.200 (1-5) 2016: 0-0-0, 5.40 ERA, 5 G Long Relief App: 1.1, 4/3 vs. TOR IR-RS: 3-2 vs. RH:.385 (5-13), 1-HR Both inherited runners scored on Fri at NYY, on Jacoby Ellsbury s 8th-inning double the Rays have been trailing in all 5 of his apps this season. Yielded a 2-run homer to Troy Tulowitzki on Opening Day vs. TOR and RBI single to Chris Young on Wed at BOS, his 3 runs allowed in 5 IP. His career groundball-to-flyball ratio of 2.58 ranks 9th among active pitchers (min. 300 IP) is the first player in club history born in Clearwater. Last season he was with three organizations but spent most of the season in the majors with Cleveland, where he made 40 apps. Made his sixth straight Opening Day roster (also with Marlins, with Orioles).

5 RAYS PITCHING BY THE NUMBERS W-L-S G ERA IP H ER BB SO HR Totals Starters Relievers Home Road April LAST HR OFF 16 MOST HITS GAME 16 MOST RBI GAME Beckham 9/18/15 vs. BAL Wilson 1, 3x-last, 4/22 at NYY 1, 4/6 vs. TOR Casali 4/21 at BOS Price 2, 4/21 at BOS 2, 4/21 at BOS Conger 9/12/15 at LAA Santiago 1, 4x-last, 4/20 at BOS 1, 4/20 at BOS Dickerson 4/20 at BOS Porcello 3, 4/23 at NYY 2, 4/21 at BOS Forsythe 4/12 vs. CLE Kluber 3, 2x-last, 4/21 at BOS 2, 3x-last, 4/22 at NYY Guyer 4/16 vs. CWS Danks 4, 4/17 vs. CWS 1, 3x-last, 4/22 at NYY Jennings 4/16 vs. CWS Putnam 2, 2x-last, 4/16 vs. CWS 2, 4/19 at BOS Kiermaier 4/23 at NYY Tanaka 3, 4/4 vs. TOR 1, 4x-last, 4/23 at NYY Longoria 4/21 at BOS Price 2, 6x-last, 4/22 at NYY 2, 2x-last, 4/21 at BOS Miller 4/16 vs. CWS Danks 2, 4/16 vs. CWS 3, 4/16 vs. CWS Morrison 9/24/15 at KC Davis 1, 3x-last, 4/23 at NYY - Pearce 9/30/15 vs. TOR (G1) Stroman 1, 7x-last, 4/22 at NYY 1, 3x-last, 4/21 at BOS Souza Jr. 4/6 vs. TOR Leon 4, 4/6 vs. TOR 4, 4/6 vs. TOR RAYS BY THE NUMBERS Current Streak: L2 When commit error: 2-5 Hit homer: 6-6 Current Record: 7-10 Ahead after 6-7-8: 3-1/2-0/6-0 Homer with men on: 5-0 Home/Road: 5-5/2-5 Behind after 6-7-8: 3-8/2-8/0-8 Hit multiple homers: 5-0 Day/Night: 3-4/4-6 Tied after 6-7-8: 1-1/3-2/1-2 Score first: 4-3 Grass/Turf: 2-5/5-5 1-run games: 2-2 Score 5 or more: 4-0 vs. East: run games: 1-3 Score less than 5: 3-10 vs. Central: 3-3 Extra innings: 1-0 Outhit opponents: 4-1 vs. West: 0-0 Win in last at-bat: 4 Outhit by opponents: 1-7 vs. National League: 0-0 Come-from-behind wins: 4 Collect 10 or more hits: 3-0 vs. RH/LH starters: 3-8/4-2 Opp. come-from-behind wins: 4 Opp. 10 or more hits: 1-5 Series W-L-T (home): Series W-L-T (road): Wearing white/gray/navy/lt. blue: 4-3/1-2/1-4/1-1 RUN SUPPORT FOR STARTING PITCHERS PITCHER STARTS RUNS RUNS/START RUNS/9-IP CLUB RECORD QUALITY Archer Moore Odorizzi Ramirez Smyly Snell RAYS SEASON HIGHS TEAM BATTING INDIVIDUAL BATTING Longest win streak 3, April 17-April 19 Most runs, game, TB 3, Forsythe, 4/21 at BOS Long loss streak 3, April 13-April 15 Most runs, game, Opp 3, 2x-last, Betts, 4/20 at BOS Most runs game, TB 12, 4/21 at BOS Most hits, game, TB 4, 2x-last, Guyer, 4/17 vs. CWS Most runs game, Opp 8, 4/21 at BOS Most hits, game, Opp 4, Machado, 4/10 at BAL Most runs, inn, TB 6, (4th) 4/21 at BOS Most 2B, game, TB 2, Forsythe, 4/22 at NYY Most runs, inn, Opp 5, (1st) 4/21 at BOS Most 2B, game, Opp 2, 3x-last, Bogaerts/Shaw, 4/21 at BOS Most hits, game, TB 15, 4/21 at BOS Most HR, game, TB 2, Souza Jr., 4/6 vs. TOR Most hits, game, Opp 15, 4/21 at BOS Most HR, game, Opp 1, 21x-last, Gardner, 4/23 at NYY Most hits, inn, TB 5, (4th) 4/21 at BOS Most RBI, game, TB 4, Souza Jr., 4/6 vs. TOR Most hits, inn, Opp 6, (1st) 4/21 at BOS Most RBI, game, Opp 3, 3x-last, McCann, 4/22 at NYY Most doubles, game, TB 5, 4/21 at BOS Most x-base hits, game, TB 3, Souza Jr., 4/6 vs. TOR Most doubles, game, Opp 7, 4/21 at BOS Most x-base hits, game, Opp 2, 6x-last, 3 Players, 4/21 at BOS Most HR, game, TB 3, 4/16 vs. CWS Most steals, game, TB 1, 7x-last, Jennings, 4/22 at NYY Most HR, game, Opp 4, 4/8 at BAL Most steals, game, Opp 2, 2x-last, Kipnis, 4/14 vs. CLE Most x-base hits, game, TB 7, 4/21 at BOS Hitting Streak 5, 4x-last, Kiermaier, April 17-Current Most x-base hits, game, Opp 9, 4/21 at BOS TEAM/INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Most stolen bases, game, TB 1, 7x-last, 4/22 at NYY Most SO, TB Starter 12, Archer, 4/3 vs. TOR Most stolen bases, game, Opp 5, 4/14 vs. CLE Most SO, Opp Starter 9, 3x-last, Porcello, 4/20 at BOS Most walks, game, TB 6, 4/21 at BOS Most SO, TB Reliever 4, Ramirez, 4/13 vs. CLE Most walks, game, Opp 7, 4/14 vs. CLE Most IP, TB Reliever 2.0, 6x-last, Ramirez, 4/23 at NYY Most strikeouts, game, TB 14, 4/14 vs. CLE Most walks, game, TB 3, 3x-last, Archer, 4/20 at BOS Most strikeouts, game, Opp 16, 4/3 vs. TOR Most walks, game, Opp 3, 3x-last, Sabathia, 4/22 at NYY Most LOB, game, TB 12, 4/21 at BOS Most SO, Team, TB 16, 4/3 vs. TOR Most LOB, game, Opp 13, 4/14 vs. CLE Most walks, Team, TB 7, 4/14 vs. CLE Most errors, game, TB 3, 4/21 at BOS Low-Hit Game 1, 4/19 at BOS Most errors, game, Opp 2, 4/3 vs. TOR Consecutive Scoreless IP 11.0, 2x-last, Smyly, April 13-Current Longest game, time 4:16, 4/21 at BOS Shortest game, time 2:23, 4/15 vs. CWS Longest game, time (9 inn.) 4:16, 4/21 at BOS Shortest game, time (9 inn.) 2:23, 4/15 vs. CWS Grand Slams (-): - Back-to-Back (-): - 2-HR games (1): Souza Jr. (1) 3-HR games (-): - LAST HR & PLAYER SEASON HIGHS HOME RUNS Pinch-hit (-): - Walk-off (-): - Lead-off (-): - Inside-the-park (-): - HOME RUNS 1R 2R 3R GS TOTAL Dickerson 4 4 Souza Jr Longoria Forsythe 2 2 Kiermaier 2 2 Casali 1 1 Guyer 1 1 Jennings 1 1 Miller 1 1 Beckham Conger Morrison Pearce TOTALS CATCHERS PCT CS ATT Casali Conger TOTALS MISC. Game-Tying & Go-Ahead RBI: Souza Jr. (4); Forsythe (4); Longoria (3); Guyer (3); Kiermaier (2); Pearce (2); Dickerson (1); Jennings (1) 2-Out RBI: Longoria (6); Dickerson (4); Forsythe (4); Jennings (4); Souza (3); Guyer (2); Pearce (2); Miller (2); Casali (1); Conger (1); Kiermaier (1) Outfield Assists: Jennings (1) Bunt Singles: - Ejections: - Batted Around: 4/19 at BOS (10th inn., 9 batters), 4/21 at BOS (4th inn., 10 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). WALK-OFF WINS WALK-OFF LOSSES 1. April 23 at NYY (L 3-2) Brett Gardner home run to right field off Erasmo Ramirez (9th inning). - RUNS BY INNING X Total Opponent Tampa Bay INSTANT REPLAY CHALLENGES GAME CHALLENGED BY INN. PLAYER OF REFERENCE INITIAL CALL RULING DELAY April 3 vs. TOR Toronto B2 Kevin Kiermaier Safe at 1B Overturned 1:14 April 4 vs. TOR Crew Chief T3 Josh Thole Fan Interference (2B) Overturned (HR) 1:28 April 4 vs. TOR Tampa Bay T4 Seven Souza Jr. Dropped fair ball Overturned 5:00 April 5 vs. TOR Tampa Bay T6 Michael Saunders Safe at first Overturned 1:06 April 5 vs. TOR Tampa Bay T9 Jose Bautista Legal slide Overturned 1:41 April 6 vs. TOR Toronto T6 Ezequiel Carrera Out at first Confirmed 1:26 April 10 at BAL Tampa Bay B5 Manny Machado Safe at first Overturned 1:25 April 12 vs. CLE Cleveland T4 Mike Napoli Out at second Confirmed 1:04 April 12 vs. CLE Crew Chief B8 Kevin Kiermaier Safe at second Stands 1:14 April 13 vs. CLE Tampa Bay B8 Curt Casali Out at home Confirmed 1:20 April 14 vs. CLE Cleveland B5 Hank Conger Safe at second Overturned 1:25 April 15 vs. CWS Tampa Bay T9 Desmond Jennings No catch Confirmed 1:40 April 17 vs. CWS Tampa Bay T3 Adam Eaton Safe at first Stands 1:24 April 19 at BOS Boston T6 Evan Longoria Safe at first Overturned 1:12 April 19 at BOS Boston T9 Desmond Jennings Legal slide Confirmed 2:21 April 20 at BOS Boston T3 Kevin Kiermaier Safe at first Overturned 1:45 April 21 at BOS Boston B2 Hanley Ramirez Out at first Stands 2:55 April 22 at NYY New York T3 Steve Pearce Safe at first Confirmed 1:36 April 23 at NYY New York T3 Kevin Kiermaier Safe at second Overturned 1:25 Rays Totals (bold): 7 challenges (4 overturned, 1 stand, 2 confirmed) Opp Totals: 10 challenges (5 overturned, 1 stand, 4 confirmed) Umpire Totals: 2 challenges (0 record keeping, 1 overturned, 1 stand, 0 confirmed)

6 Feb 18 Mar 8 Mar 10 Mar 15 Mar 19 Mar 25 Mar 27 Mar 30 Apr 2 Apr 3 Signed RH Ryan Webb to a major league contract; placed RH Chase Whitley (Tommy John surgery) on the 60-day DL. Optioned C Justin O Conner to the minor leagues. Signed RH David Carpenter to a minor league contract with an invitation to major league spring training. Optioned INF Ryan Brett, RH Jacob Faria, RH Taylor Guerrieri and LH Blake Snell to the minor leagues; reassigned C Jake DePew, OF Johnny Field, RH Eddie Gamboa, INF/OF Patrick Leonard, LH Justin Marks, RH Adam Reifer, INF Daniel Robertson, RH Jaime Schultz, OF Dayron Varona and LH Adam Wilk to minor league camp. Optioned INF Nick Franklin and C Luke Maile to the minor leagues; reassigned RH Ryan Garton, RH Parker Markel, 1B Kyle Roller, LH Jonny Venters and RH Neil Wagner to minor league camp. Reassigned RH Kyle McPherson, INF Juniel Querecuto and RH Mark Sappington to minor league camp. Optioned UTL Taylor Motter to the minor leagues; reassigned C Mayo Acosta, OF Jaff Decker, RH Jhan Mariñez and RH Tyler Sturdevant to minor league camp. Released C Rene Rivera and RH David Carpenter; optioned RH Matt Andriese and INF Richie Shaffer to the minor leagues. Optioned RH Andrew Bellatti and OF Mikie Mahtook to the minor leagues; placed RH Brad Boxberger (adductor surgery) and RH Alex Cobb (Tommy John surgery) on the 15-day DL; selected LH Dana Eveland to the major league roster. Released 1B James Loney. TRANSACTIONS OPENING DAY ROSTER PITCHERS (12): RH Chris Archer, LH Xavier Cedeño, RH Alex Colome, LH Dana Eveland, RH Danny Farquhar, RH Steve Geltz, LH Matt Moore, RH Jake Odorizzi, RH Erasmo Ramirez, LH Enny Romero, LH Drew Smyly, RH Ryan Webb CATCHERS (2): Curt Casali, Hank Conger INFIELDERS (6): Tim Beckham, Logan Forsythe, Evan Longoria, Brad Miller, Logan Morrison, Steve Pearce OUTFIELDERS (5): Corey Dickerson, Brandon Guyer, Desmond Jennings, Kevin Kiermaier, Steven Souza Jr. DL (3): RHP Brad Boxberger (15-day), RHP Alex Cobb (15-day), RH Chase Whitley (60-day) Apr 6 Apr 23 Apr 24 Claimed OF Jake Goebbert off waivers from Pittsburgh and optioned him to Triple-A Durham. Optioned RH Danny Farquhar to Durham; recalled LH Blake Snell from Durham. Transferred RH Alex Cobb (Tommy John surgery) to the 60-day DL; optioned LH Blake Snell to Durham; selected RH Jhan Mariñez from Durham. RAYS ON THE DISABLED LIST (3) POS. PLAYER DL INJURY DATE ON RETRO FIRST DATE OFF GMS MISSED RECORD RHP Brad Boxberger 15-day Adductor surgery April 2 - April RHP Alex Cobb 60-day Tommy John surgery April 2 - June RHP Chase Whitley 60-day Tommy John surgery February 18 - June Others (Games Missed): - 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 Casali Conger Dickerson Forsythe Guyer Jennings Kiermaier Longoria Miller Morrison Pearce Souza Jr RAYS HITTERS vs. YANKEES 2016 CAREER PLAYER G AB H HR RBI BB SO AVG OBP G AB H HR RBI BB SO AVG OBP Beckham Casali Conger Dickerson Forsythe Guyer Jennings Kiermaier Longoria Miller Morrison Pearce Souza Jr RAYS PITCHERS vs. YANKEES 2016 CAREER PLAYER W L SV IP H ER SO ERA AVG W L SV IP H ER SO ERA AVG Archer Cedeño Colome Eveland Geltz Mariñez Moore Odorizzi Ramirez Romero Smyly Webb

7 RAYS 2016 DAY-BY-DAY POS. HOME # GAME FINAL WINNER LOSER W-L GA/GB ATT. CUM. 1 4/3 vs. TOR L, 3-5 Stroman (1-0) Archer (0-1) 0-1 5/ ,042 31, /4 vs. TOR L, 3-5 Dickey (1-0) Smyly (0-1) 0-2 5/ ,116 46, /5 vs. TOR W, 3-2 Colome (1-0) Cecil (0-1) 1-2 T-4/ ,757 58, /6 vs. TOR W, 5-3 Ramirez (1-0) Floyd (0-1) 2-2 T-2/ ,257 73,172 4/7 - OFF (1) T-3/ /8 at BAL L, 1-6 Tillman (1-0) Archer (0-2) 2-3 T-4/ ,304 4/9 at BAL - PPD - Rain (1) - Reschedule Date TBA 4/ /10 at BAL L, 3-5 Brach (1-0) Odorizzi (0-1) 2-4 5/ ,101 4/11 - OFF (2) 5/ /12 vs. CLE W, 5-1 Cedeño (1-0) Kluber (0-2) 3-4 T-3/ ,283 83, /13 vs. CLE L, 1-4 Carrasco (1-0) Smyly (0-2) 3-5 5/ ,117 93, /14 vs. CLE L, 0-6 Salazar (2-0) Archer (0-3) 3-6 5/ , , /15 vs. CWS L, 0-1 Sale (3-0) Colome (1-1) 3-7 5/ , , /16 vs. CWS W, 7-2 Ramirez (2-0) Danks (0-2) 4-7 5/ , , /17 vs. CWS W, 3-2 Moore (1-0) Quintana (1-1) 5-7 5/ , ,349 4/18 - OFF (3) 5/ /19 at BOS W, 3-0 (10) Ramirez (3-0) Barnes (1-1) 6-7 T-3/ , /20 at BOS L, 3-7 Porcello (3-0) Archer (0-4) 6-8 4/ , /21 at BOS W, 12-8 Ramirez (4-0) Cuevas (0-1) 7-8 T-2/ , /22 at NYY L, 3-6 Nova (1-0) Moore (1-1) 7-9 T-3/ , /23 at NYY L, 2-3 Miller (1-0) Ramirez (4-1) / , /24 at NYY 1: /25 vs. BAL 7: /26 vs. BAL 7: /27 vs. BAL 7:10 4/28 - OFF (4) 22 4/29 vs. TOR 7: /30 vs. TOR 6:10 Chris Archer K-Counter Bobblehead (All fans) 24 5/1 vs. TOR 1:10 Pitch Grip Baseball (Kids 14 & under) 5/2 - OFF (5) 25 5/3 vs. LAD 7: /4 vs. LAD 7:10 5/5 - OFF (6) 27 5/6 at LAA 10: /7 at LAA 9: /8 at LAA 3: /9 at SEA 10: /10 at SEA 10: /11 at SEA 3:40 5/12 - OFF (7) 33 5/13 vs. OAK 7: /14 vs. OAK 6:10 Fedora Hat (All fans) 35 5/15 vs. OAK 1:10 Plastic Bat and Ball Set (Kids 14 & under) 36 5/16 at TOR 7: /17 at TOR 7: /18 at TOR 7:07 5/19 - OFF (8) 39 5/20 at DET 7: /21 at DET 4: /22 at DET 1: /23 at MIA 7: /24 at MIA 12: /25 vs. MIA 7: /26 vs. MIA 1: /27 vs. NYY 7: /28 vs. NYY 4:10 Backpack Cooler (All fans) 48 5/29 vs. NYY 1:10 Velcro Toss and Catch (Kids 14 & under) 49 5/30 at KC 8: /31 at KC 8: /1 at KC 8: /2 at MIN 8: /3 at MIN 8: /4 at MIN 4: /5 at MIN 2: /6 at ARI 9: /7 at ARI 9: /8 at ARI 3:40 6/9 - OFF (9) 59 6/10 vs. HOU 7: /11 vs. HOU 4:10 Chris Archer Stormtrooper Bobblehead (All fans) 61 6/12 vs. HOU 1:10 Bucket Hat (Kids 14 & under) 6/13 - OFF (10) 62 6/14 vs. SEA 7: /15 vs. SEA 7: /16 vs. SEA 1: /17 vs. SF 7: /18 vs. SF 4: /19 vs. SF 1:10 Foam Bat and Ball Set (Kids 14 & under) 68 6/20 at CLE 7: /21 at CLE 7: /22 at CLE 7:10 6/23 - OFF (11) 71 6/24 at BAL 7: /25 at BAL 4: /26 at BAL 1: /27 vs. BOS 7: /28 vs. BOS 7: /29 vs. BOS 12: /30 vs. DET 7: /1 vs. DET 7: /2 vs. DET 4:10 Floppy Hat (All fans) 80 7/3 vs. DET 1:10 Pennant Flag (Kids 14 & under) 81 7/4 vs. LAA 1: /5 vs. LAA 7: /6 vs. LAA 7: /7 vs. LAA 12: /8 at BOS 7: /9 at BOS 4: /10 at BOS 1:35 7/11 - All-Star Break 7/12 - All-Star Game Petco Park (San Diego Padres) POS. HOME # GAME FINAL WINNER LOSER W-L GA/GB ATT. CUM. 7/13 - All-Star Break 7/14 - All-Star Break 88 7/15 vs. BAL 7: /16 vs. BAL 6: /17 vs. BAL 1:10 Kevin Kiermaier Claus Bobblehead (Kids 14 & under) 91 7/18 at COL 8: /19 at COL 8: /20 at COL 3: /21 at OAK 10: /22 at OAK 10: /23 at OAK 9: /24 at OAK 4:05 7/25 - OFF (12) 98 7/26 at LAD 10: /27 at LAD 3:10 7/28 - OFF (13) 100 7/29 vs. NYY 7: /30 vs. NYY 6: /31 vs. NYY 1:10 Backpack (Kids 14 & under) 103 8/1 vs. KC 7: /2 vs. KC 7: /3 vs. KC 7: /4 vs. KC 12: /5 vs. MIN 7: /6 vs. MIN 6:10 Evan Longoria Solar Gnome (All fans) 109 8/7 vs. MIN 1:10 Laundry Hamper (Kids 14 & under) 110 8/8 at TOR 7: /9 at TOR 7: /10 at TOR 7:07 8/11 - OFF (14) 113 8/12 at NYY 7: /13 at NYY 1: /14 at NYY 1: /15 vs. SD 7: /16 vs. SD 7: /17 vs. SD 1:10 8/18 - OFF (15) 119 8/19 vs. TEX 7: /20 vs. TEX 6:10 Infinity Scarf (All fans) 121 8/21 vs. TEX 1:10 Raymond & DJ Kitty Double Bobblehead (Kids 14 & under) 122 8/22 vs. BOS 7: /23 vs. BOS 7: /24 vs. BOS 7: /25 vs. BOS 1: /26 at HOU 8: /27 at HOU 7: /28 at HOU 2: /29 at BOS 7: /30 at BOS 7: /31 at BOS 1:35 9/1 - OFF (16) 132 9/2 vs. TOR 7: /3 vs. TOR 6:10 Fan Vote Bobblehead (All fans) 134 9/4 vs. TOR 1:10 Superhero Cape Socks (Kids 14 & under) 135 9/5 vs. BAL 1: /6 vs. BAL 7: /7 vs. BAL 1: /8 at NYY 7: /9 at NYY 7: /10 at NYY TBD 141 9/11 at NYY 1: /12 at TOR 7: /13 at TOR 7: /14 at TOR 12: /15 at BAL 7: /16 at BAL 7: /17 at BAL 7: /18 at BAL 1:35 9/19 - OFF (17) 149 9/20 vs. NYY 7: /21 vs. NYY 7: /22 vs. NYY 7: /23 vs. BOS 7: /24 vs. BOS 6:10 Rays Tote Bag (All fans) 154 9/25 vs. BOS 1:10 DJ Kitty Toothbrush Holder (Kids 14 & under) 155 9/26 at CWS 8: /27 at CWS 8: /28 at CWS 8: /29 at CWS 8: /30 at TEX 8: /1 at TEX 8: /2 at TEX 3:05 NEW FOR 2016 WEEKLY TICKET SPECIALS u MILITARY MONDAY PRESENTED BY THE TAMPA BAY TIMES For all active-duty military, retired and honorably discharged veterans, the Rays will offer two free tickets for all Monday home games and eight additional bonus dates throughout the season. u $2 KID TICKETS TUESDAY PRESENTED BY MORGAN AUTO GROUP For all Tuesday home games, tickets for kids 14 and under are $2 with the purchase of a full price paid adult ticket. 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