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Monday August 16: Orioles at Rays

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Gametime:  7:10 pm

Forecast:  Air conditioned  

MatchupMatt Harvey (R) vs Collin McHugh (R)

Lineups

1. Cedric Mullins (L) CF
2. Trey Mancini (R) 1B
3. Anthony Santander (S) DH
4. Austin Hays (R) RF
5. DJ Stewart (L) LF
6. Ramon Urias (R) 3B
7. Jorge Mateo (R) 2B
8. Austin Wynns (R) C
9. Richie Martin (R) SS
 
1. Brandon Lowe (L) 2B
2. Ji-Man Choi (L) 1B
3. Manuel Margot (R) LF
4. Austin Meadows (L) DH
5. Joey Wendle (L) SS
6. Mike Brosseau (R) 3B
7. Brett Phillips (L) RF
8. Kevin Kiermaier (L) CF
9. Francisco Mejia (S) C
 
Orioles Bench
Maikel Franco (R)
Ryan McKenna (R)
Pedro Severino (R)

 

Bullpen Availability (last pitched)

Available
   Marcos Diplan 1.0 IP, 16p yesterday;  1.2 IP, 33p Thursday

   Paul Fry*  0.2 IP, 6p Saturday
   Tanner Scott* 0.2 IP, 16p yesterday; 1.0 IP, 15p Thursday
   Cole Sulser  1.0 IP, 12p Thursday
   Dillon Tate,  1.0 IP, 12p Saturday
   Cesar Valdez 1.1 IP, 12p Saturday; 2.0 IP, 32p Friday

   Tyler Wells 1.0 IP, 13p Thursday

Probably not available
   Fernando Abad* 0.1 IP, 24p yesterday
   Connor Wade 2.0 IP, 28p yesterday


* denotes a lefthander

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Game Notes

  • Orioles have lost 11 in a row
  • Collin McHugh has not pitched more than 3 innings in a game, and has not gone more than 2 innings in a start, so this is a bullpen game for Tampa.
  • Orioles are 1-11 vs Rays this year.
  • Rays have the best record in the American League, despite losing their last two games to the Twins
  • The Rays have been a streaky team this year.   They started 19-19, then went 24-5 from May 13 to June 14.   Then they had a 4-12 stretch.  Then starting on the 4th of July, they went 24-7.   So perhaps the two losses the past two days are the start of another down stretch for them.
  • Nelson Cruz hit .294/.370/.537/.907 for the Twins, but since being dealt to Tampa his line is .182/.241/.416/.657.  He is not in the lineup tonight.

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