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Last Game

Fri, June 24
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Tampa Bay Rays
at
Baltimore Orioles
TB3Final6BAL

Pitching

W: A. Tolliver (1-0)
L:
M. Moore (3-5)
S:
Z. Britton (22)

Home Runs

TB - C. Dickerson (13)  
BAL
- A. Jones (14),M. Machado (18)

Schedule

Tue Jun 14
W 8 - 7SEA
Recap
Wed Jun 15
W 3 - 2SEA
Recap
Thu Jun 16
L 6 - 4SEA
Recap
Fri Jun 17
L 5 - 1SF
Recap
Sat Jun 18
L 6 - 4SF
Recap
Sun Jun 19
L 5 - 1SF
Recap
Mon Jun 20
L 7 - 4at CLE
Recap
Tue Jun 21
L 6 - 0at CLE
Recap
Wed Jun 22
L 6 - 1at CLE
Recap
Fri Jun 24
L 6 - 3at BAL
Recap
1:05 pm EDT
Today
MLB Networkat BAL
7:05 pm EDT
Today
at BAL
1:35 pm EDT
Sun Jun 26
at BAL
7:10 pm EDT
Mon Jun 27
BOS
7:10 pm EDT
Tue Jun 28
BOS
12:10 pm EDT
Wed Jun 29
BOS
7:10 pm EDT
Thu Jun 30
DET
7:10 pm EDT
Fri Jul 1
DET
4:10 pm EDT
Sat Jul 2
DET
1:10 pm EDT
Sun Jul 3
DET

Standings

AL
East
LEAGUE
W-L
Overall
W-L
Baltimore41-2942-30
Boston35-2941-32
Toronto33-3040-35
New York34-3136-36
Tampa Bay27-3231-40
1466827084
Rays' Steve Geltz: Optioned to Triple-A
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

The Rays optioned Geltz to Triple-A Durham following Friday's game.

Geltz was sent to Durham to open up a roster spot for Oswaldo Arcia, whom the Rays claimed off waivers Friday. Geltz posted an unsightly 6.75 ERA over 21 appearances out of the Rays' bullpen this season, but he appeared in 70 games with the big club last year, so he will be among the top options next time the team needs to call up an arm from the minors.

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Rays' Brandon Guyer: Could return next week
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Guyer, who's dealing with a hamstring injury, could return to the Rays sometime next week, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

Guyer was having a solid season for the Rays, hitting .271 with six home runs and 14 RBI in 40 games. When he returns, he should slot right back into the outfield rotation with Kiermaier, Mahtook and Souza all on the disabled list.

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Rays' Andrew Bellatti: Designated for assignment
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Bellatti was designated for assignment by the Rays on Friday to make room for recently acquired Oswaldo Arcia, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

The 24-year-old righty pitched fairly well for the Rays' big-league club in 2015, posting a 2.31 ERA in 23.1 innings. However, after failing to make the Opening Day roster in 2016, Bellatti has struggled to sustain that success in Triple-A, making him the odd man out on the 40-man roster with the Rays' recent trade for Oswaldo Arcia.

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Rays' Oswaldo Arcia: Traded to Rays
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

The Twins traded Arcia to the Rays on Friday in exchange for a player to be named or cash, Dustin Morse of the Twins reports.

It took over a week for Arcia's next step to be determined after he was designated for assignment last week and it turns out he will remain in the AL but head to a new squad. It's not clear exactly what role Arcia will fill with Tampa, but three Rays outfielders are already on the disabled list so he could see action in the corner outfield spots right away.

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Rays' Chris Archer: Remains confident in his process despite struggles
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Archer feels that his struggles this season stem mainly from his performance in small stretches within games, and that he is still throwing the ball well overall, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

Despite a major league-worst 10 losses, as well as a 4.70 ERA and 1.43 WHIP, the young right-hander remains confident in his ability to turn the season around. Archer is trying to remain focused on his process more so than the results and in executing enough of his pitches to give his team a chance to win each time he takes the mound. While some of the 27-year-old's metrics appear to corroborate his belief that he's firing away as effectively as ever, such as a 10.57 K/9 rate that is the second-highest of his career, his BB/9 and HR/9 rates, ERA and WHIP, along with the aforementioned losses, are on pace to be the worst he's ever generated in those respective categories. Rays pitching coach Jim Hickey doesn't necessarily disagree with Archer's assessment, but also seems to feel that a thoroughly frank self-appraisal is needed at this point in the season. "But the process has not been good overall either. You may walk a guy leading off an inning you have no business walking and he ends up coming around and scoring, that is not a good process," said Hickey. "I guess you have to identify what the process is and be a good, solid, honest evaluator of whether or not you actually executed what it is you set out to do. I think wins and losses, they count very much, especially at the end of the day."

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2016 Team Leaders
AVGEvan Longoria , 3B.273
HREvan Longoria , 3B18
RBIEvan Longoria , 3B43
OBPEvan Longoria , 3B.328
SLGEvan Longoria , 3B.539
REvan Longoria , 3B40
SBKevin Kiermaier , CF6
WErasmo Ramirez , RP7
ERAJake Odorizzi , SP3.63
WHIPDrew Smyly , SP1.18
KChris Archer , SP108
SVAlex Colome , RP19

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