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Last Game

Sun, July 24
Oakland Coliseum
Tampa Bay Rays
at
Oakland Athletics
TB2Final3OAK

Pitching

W: R. Dull (4-2)
L:
E. Ramirez (7-8)
S:
R. Madson (21)

Home Runs

TB - L. Forsythe (9)  
OAK
- B. Butler (3)

Schedule

Sun Jul 10
L 4 - 0at BOS
Recap
Fri Jul 15
L 4 - 3BAL
Recap
Sat Jul 16
L 2 - 1BAL
Recap
Sun Jul 17
W 5 - 2BAL
Recap
Mon Jul 18
L 7 - 4at COL
Recap
Tue Jul 19
W 10 - 1at COL
Recap
Wed Jul 20
W 11 - 3at COL
Recap
Thu Jul 21
W 7 - 3at OAK
Recap
Fri Jul 22
L 1 - 0at OAK
Recap
Sat Jul 23
L 4 - 3at OAK
Recap
4:05 pm EDT
Today
L 3 - 2at OAK
Recap
10:10 pm EDT
Tue Jul 26
MLB Networkat LAD
3:10 pm EDT
Wed Jul 27
at LAD
7:10 pm EDT
Fri Jul 29
NYY
6:10 pm EDT
Sat Jul 30
NYY
1:10 pm EDT
Sun Jul 31
NYY
7:10 pm EDT
Mon Aug 1
KC
7:10 pm EDT
Tue Aug 2
KC
7:10 pm EDT
Wed Aug 3
KC
12:10 pm EDT
Thu Aug 4
KC

Standings

AL
East
LEAGUE
W-L
Overall
W-L
Baltimore52-3857-40
Boston47-3855-41
Toronto44-3855-44
New York45-4050-48
Tampa Bay32-5138-60
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Rays' Blake Snell: Quality start versus Athletics
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Snell allowed just two runs with four strikeouts and two walks across 6.2 innings in Sunday's start versus the Athletics. He did not factor into the decision.

The rookie got off to a bumpy start by allowing two runs on four hits with just one out in the first inning, but he settled down and allowed just five baserunners over the next six frames. Snell has now delievered three consecutive quality starts, yielding just four runs in 18.2 innings in that span, and he has lowered his season ERA to 3.06 after an inauspicious start. He is showcasing the skills that made him a highly-regarded prospect heading into the year and will have the opportunity to build on his recent success next Sunday at Yankee Stadium.

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Rays' Brad Boxberger: Now targeting early August return
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Boxberger (oblique) isn't expected to return from the disabled list until the end of next week at the earliest, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

Boxberger has already made three rehab appearances with High-A Charlotte during his current DL stint, but the Rays want him to put together an extended stretch of quality outings in the minors before bringing him back to the big-league bullpen. Even though he saved 41 games for the Rays a season ago, Boxberger has missed too much time in 2016 to pose a serious threat to Alex Colome's standing as the club's top closer.

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Rays' Brandon Guyer: Out of lineup Sunday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Guyer is out of the lineup Sunday, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

Guyer has produced only six hits in 28 at-bats since the All-Star break, so manager Kevin Cash will give the outfielder a mental day off with the hope of igniting his production. Corey Dickerson will assume Guyer's usual post in left field.

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Rays' Alex Colome: Implodes, blows first save against Oakland
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Colome allowed three runs on two hits and a walk over 0.2 innings to blow his first save of the season Saturday against Oakland. He struck out one.

Colome fell victim to the long-ball Saturday, as he yielded a two-run blast to Jake Smolinski which tied the game before Ryon Healy launched a solo shot to center to win the game. Colome had yet to blow a save before Saturday, and this was the first time he had been scored upon since returning from a long stint on the disabled list. The All-Star still has a 2.34 ERA and should remain a strong fantasy asset moving forward.

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Rays' Drew Smyly: Six innings of one-run ball
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Smyly tossed six innings of one-run ball Saturday versus Oakland, striking out one and walking one en route to a no-decision.

The left-hander allowed a run in the first inning after putting three men on base, but he settled down and cruised for five more frames, needing just 88 total pitches to do so. Smyly broke a brutal streak of four consecutive losses during which he had an inflated ERA of 9.14, and he nearly won his first game in over two months, but Alex Colome imploded in the ninth inning and lost the game. Smyly will have the opportunity to build on Saturday's quality start next Saturday at home against the Yankees.

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2016 Team Leaders
AVGEvan Longoria , 3B.287
HREvan Longoria , 3B22
RBIEvan Longoria , 3B55
OBPLogan Forsythe , 2B.339
SLGEvan Longoria , 3B.539
REvan Longoria , 3B51
SBKevin Kiermaier , CF6
WErasmo Ramirez , RP7
ERAJake Odorizzi , SP4.10
WHIPJake Odorizzi , SP1.23
KChris Archer , SP147
SVAlex Colome , RP21

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