Los Angeles vs Tampa Bay Fri, Jun 14
|*Community||TB -165 72%||o/7.5 55%|
*Consensus from 1578 predictions.
|35812th||Earned Run Average||3.0130th|
I have a trifecta of unders today and this is my third one. Blake snell looked horrible his last couple of starts but now he gets to come home and pitch in the fine combines of tropicana. He is so much better at home and his splits are insane. On the other side we are dealing with Andrew heaney who currently has a 41% strike out rate. Naturally we can't expect this to continue and he won't maintain that kind of a rate all year and he's missed a lot of time due to injury. So his sample size this year is small so don't forget that. Heany does give up a lot of home runs because I think he doesn't care, he's strike out or go home and with the way this league has adjusted to players swinging for the fences with upercut swings every at bat, why not. This park is hard to get home runs and I think at this game finishes about 4-2 at the most and this game opened at 7.5 (which is low as it is) and it went down half a run. So i'm hoping this game stays under
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DRaysBay: Angels: 4 Rays: 9 - A Wendle-ful Return
Is it too early to start worrying? Will the Rays ever win again?! Hard to say, but they would certainly try, with Blake Snell on the mound to help his team break a 3 game losing streak and 2nd series in a row. Rays would also have a familiar face back in the lineup.
Despite the good vibes and new-to-this-season faces, the Rays' picked up right where they left off with Mike Trout doubling to open the 1st inning.
Ohtani singled to put runners on the corner and then stole 2nd. So we have runners on 2nd and 3rd with nobody out.
TBO Rays: Rays vs. Angels lineups, Wendle returns
Second baseman Joey Wendle makes his return to the lineup after a long stint on the injured list. Wendle, 29, went down with a fractured right wrist on April 24.
"It's great to be back in there," Wendle said. "Obviously the goal was to come back and contribute immediately, so I'm looking forward to get the opportunity tonight."
Austin Meadows also joins the lineup and returns to the outfield tonight. Meadows, who came in to pinch-hit against the Angels in the series opener, fouled a ball off his foot against the Athletics on Wednesday.
Tonight's Rays (41-27) lineup for game two of their series against the Angels:
RF Avisail Garcia
DH Tommy Pham
LF Austin Meadows
1B Yandy Diaz
SS Willy Adames
3B Daniel Robertson
2B Joey Wendle
C Mike Zunino
CF Guillermo Heredia
LHP Blake Snell
This is how the the Angels (34-35) line up:
SS David Fletcher
CF Mike Trout
DH Shohei Ohtani
1B ALbert Pujols
LF Cesar Puello
RF Kole Calhoun
C Jonathan Lucroy
3B Tommy La Stella
2B Luis Rengifo
LHP Andrew Heaney
TBO Rays: Angels jump on Rays early in wacky night at Trop
ST. PETERSBURG -- Wearing a No. 45 Rays home jersey, Buccaneers first-round draftee Devin White took the Tropicana Field mound for Thursday evening's ceremonial first pitch and tossed a feeble one-hopper to home plate.
Then things really got ugly.
Before they got bizarre.
Five days after his 110-pitch jewel at Boston, Rays left-hander Ryan Yarbrough could provide no luster u2015 and few strikes u2015 in a ghastly first inning against the Angels before 15,291 at Tropicana Field.
It sparked a 5-3 Angels triumph that extended Tampa Bay's losing streak to three games, one shy of its season longest.