• Orioles
    BAL
  • Rays
    TB

Orioles
Orioles

HittersH-ABABRHRBIBBK#PAVGOBPSLG
1-441101115.270.343.449
3-551300116.249.304.435
2-220232016.284.353.433
1-330100010.242.301.412
0-440000127.178.253.314
2-441200114.225.279.364
0-440000113.185.293.274
2-442220113.235.307.374
0-330000315.205.250.227
0-11000014.091.167.091
PitchersIPHRERBBKPC-STERAPC
D. Hess5.07620386-545.1786
T. Scott1.03110119-145.8019
P. Fry0.13331127-184.0027
M. Wright Jr.0.2100018-65.668
M. Givens1.00000113-104.5713

Rays
Rays

HittersH-ABABRHRBIBBK#PAVGOBPSLG
2-551210019.302.372.421
0-330020011.294.341.422
1-551100220.301.393.548
1-220110114.286.379.521
1-221100112.255.320.486
2-552200015.220.283.375
2-442200216.262.328.396
1-221111014.194.315.373
1-22110007.261.370.449
2-221220016.297.357.371
1-22010006.308.375.538
0-11000013.219.309.346
0-00000000.195.233.221
PitchersIPHRERBBKPC-STERAPC
D. Castillo1.01001119-103.4019
R. Yarbrough3.26332358-393.7858
R. Stanek0.1000005-32.655
A. Kolarek1.21110228-193.6728
C. Roe0.0210009-53.779
J. Alvarado0.1000016-32.176
J. Schultz1.00000211-83.8611
A. Kittredge1.0100017-57.187

Game Stats

  • Walks Issued

    • BAL1
    • 3TB
  • Stolen Bases

    • BAL3
    • 2TB
  • Strikeouts Thrown

    • BAL7
    • 10TB
  • Total Bases

    • BAL15
    • 19TB

Game Information

Tropicana Field
  • St. Petersburg, Florida 33784
  • Line: TB -240
  • Over/Under: 8
Attendance: 10,275
30%
Capacity: 34,078
3:00
Home Plate Umpire - Chris Conroy, First Base Umpire - Nic Lentz, Second Base Umpire - CB Bucknor, Third Base Umpire - Fieldin Culbreth, Left Field Umpire - -, Right Field Umpire - -
WINRyan YarbroughR. Yarbrough(14-5)3.2 IP, 3 ER, 3 K, 2 BB
LOSSDavid HessD. Hess(3-10)5.0 IP, 2 ER, 3 K, 0 BB

Scoring Summary

InningBALTB
1stSmith scored on Hess' wild pitch.01
1stChoi hit sacrifice fly to center, Pham scored.02
1stBauers singled to left, Kiermaier scored, Adames to third.03
1stAdames scored, Bauers caught stealing second, catcher to second.04
2ndWendle sacrificed into fielder's choice to pitcher, Lowe scored, Smith to second.05
3rdVillar reached on infield single to shortstop, Mullins scored, Rickard to third.15
4thNúñez homered to left (390 feet), Beckham scored.35
6thAdames scored on Scott's wild pitch.36
6thWendle hit sacrifice fly to left, Duffy scored.37
7thVillar singled to left, Núñez and Rickard scored.57
7thDuffy singled to center, Cron and Kiermaier scored, Bauers to third.59
7thSmith singled to center, Bauers scored, Duffy to second.510

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