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BOS leads 2-1. Probably a Pen game for both sides. TB for sure. EdRod will be lucky to go 4.

 

TB Lineup

    Randy Arozarena (R) RF
    Wander Franco (S) SS
    Brandon Lowe (L) 2B
    Nelson Cruz (R) DH
    Jordan Luplow (R) 1B
    Yandy Diaz (R) 3B
    Austin Meadows (L) LF
    Mike Zunino (R) C
    Kevin Kiermaier (L) CF

Collin McHugh 6-1 1.55 ERA 0.94 WHIP


Boston Lineup

    Kyle Schwarber (L) 1B
    Enrique Hernandez (R) CF
    Rafael Devers (L) 3B
    Xander Bogaerts (R) SS
    Alex Verdugo (L) LF
    J.D. Martinez (R) DH
    Hunter Renfroe (R) RF
    Christian Vazquez (R) C
    Christian Arroyo (R) 2B

Eduardo Rodriguez 13-8 4.74 ERA  1.39 WHIP

 

Only Series I really care about. Boston must go down!

I'll watch the rest because it's Post-Season baseball.

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Rays pitchers by xwOBA percentile this year.

McHugh 98, Glasnow 94, Kittredge 91, Rasmussen 70, Chargois 69, Feyereisen 61, Patino 41, Yarbrough 32, McClanahan 30 (a little stunned to see this this low here), Fleming 25, Wacha 9

They might need Baz on 2 days rest if they can make it to the 10th.

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