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Next Game

Mon, July 6, 8:10 PM EDT
Kauffman Stadium
Tampa Bay Rays
at
Kansas City Royals
+120
Line
-130

Probable Pitchers

TBW-LERASO
A. Colome 3-4 4.7044

KCW-LERASO
E. Volquez 8-4 3.4873

Schedule

Fri Jun 26
L 4 - 3BOS
Recap
Sat Jun 27
W 4 - 1BOS
Recap
Sun Jun 28
L 5 - 3BOS
Recap
Mon Jun 29
L 7 - 1CLE
Recap
Tue Jun 30
L 6 - 2CLE
Recap
Wed Jul 1
L 8 - 1CLE
Recap
Thu Jul 2
L 5 - 4CLE
Recap
Fri Jul 3
L 7 - 5at NYY
Recap
Sat Jul 4
L 3 - 2at NYY
Recap
Sun Jul 5
W 8 - 1at NYY
Recap
8:10 pm EDT
Today
at KC
Preview
8:10 pm EDT
Tue Jul 7
MLB Network at KC
8:10 pm EDT
Wed Jul 8
at KC
2:10 pm EDT
Thu Jul 9
at KC
7:10 pm EDT
Fri Jul 10
HOU
4:10 pm EDT
Sat Jul 11
HOU
1:10 pm EDT
Sun Jul 12
HOU
7:07 pm EDT
Fri Jul 17
at TOR
1:07 pm EDT
Sat Jul 18
at TOR
1:07 pm EDT
Sun Jul 19
at TOR

Standings

AL
East
LEAGUE
W-L
Overall
W-L
New York38-3044-38
Baltimore39-3443-39
Tampa Bay37-3843-41
Toronto35-3643-41
Boston33-4139-45
1436199770
Rays 1B James Loney hits safely in first three games off DL
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

So far, so good for Rays first baseman James Loney in his return from a fractured middle left finger, which forced him to miss six weeks. He has hit safely in all three games since he returned to the lineup Friday.

Loney drove in two runs on a single in the first inning Sunday against the Yankees, giving Tampa Bay a 2-0 lead. They won the game 8-1.

He is batting .308 (4 for 13) with three RBI, two runs and two strikeouts since his activation from the disabled list.

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Rays' Colome likely moving to bullpen with Odorizzi nearing return
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

Rays starting pitcher Jake Odorizzi (oblique) is expected to rejoin the rotation Saturday against the Astros after making his last rehab start Monday with Class A Charlotte, according to The Tampa Tribune

Odorizzi is expected to replace Alex Colome in the rotation. With no options left on his contract, Colome will be moved to the bullpen.

“It’s tough to change things when it’s working really well, and those guys have pitched well,” Rays manager Kevin Cash said. “But Jake Odorizzi, we need him in this rotation.”

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Rays OF Steven Souza gets stitches on hand after HBP
by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

Rays outfielder Steven Souza had to get stitches on on the pinky of his right hand after being hit by a pitch during Sunday's game against the Yankees.

Souza remained in the game temporarily after being hit. He ran the bases and scored a run but didn't return to the game after that. He isn't sure how much time he will miss because of the injury.

"Right now it's just day to day," Souza said.

Souza received x-rays on the finger, which came up negative. He will undergo more tests on Monday.

"It was a really deep cut, it was deeper than the doctor thought it was when he opened it up," Souza said. "We don't know what's in there. We're going to see a specialist in Kansas City.

"It's just my pinky. A giant laceration that runs up my pinky. I can't really bend it too well now. I'm hoping I wake up tomorrow and it feels little better. But I don't have much feeling in my pinky right now, which is kind of a worry for us. So we'll go from there."

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Rays' Steven Souza dealing with hand issue
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

Rays outfielder Steven Souza had an X-ray on his right hand after Sunday's win over the Yankees, which revealed no broken bones, reports the Tampa Bay Times.

Souza was hit on the hand by a pitch during Sunday's win, but he remained in the game. He is considered day to day and he will see a hand specialist Monday. 

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Rays C Curt Casali drives in pair in victory
by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

Rays catcher Curt Casali picked up two RBIs, doubling his season total, without the use of a hit in Tampa Bay's win over the Yankees on Sunday. 

Casali went 1-for-2 on the day to raise his average to .280, but it was his second-innng sacrifice fly and eighth-inning bases loaded walk that lifted his RBI total to three on the season. 

The young catcher has been a find since cracking Tampa Bay's lineup, registering at least one hit in four of his last five starts.

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SBSteven Souza , RF10
WChris Archer , SP9
ERAChris Archer , SP2.18
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