Today, the Rays will take on the New York Yankees at 1:05 in Port Charlotte with Matt Moore set to take the mound for Tampa Bay, while Luis Severino will start for New York. Thus far this spring, the Rays are 4-6, while the Yankees are 3-6.
The game will be covered, both on television and the radio, as Sun Sports and MLB Network will air a live feed of the game while the Rays radio team will also be airing the game.
Today's starting line-ups
Yankees at Rays today at 1:05pm pic.twitter.com/PWINSBxzyH— Yankees PR Dept. (@YankeesPR) March 12, 2016
Rays — Matt Moore, Alex Colome, Xavier Cedeno, Ryan Webb, Dana Eveland, Jhan Marinez, Brad Boxberger
Yankees — Luis Severino, Johnny Barbato, Nick Goody, James Pazos, Branden Pinder
This Date in Team History!
In 2008, the Rays were also playing the Yankees, but this match up resulted in more fireworks than a traditional spring game as Shelly Duncan made a hard slide into Akinori Iwamura, placing Duncan in the unenviable position of having to face Johnny Gomes's wrath. This was a very important moment in Rays history as it showed a notable difference in the way the team carried itself.
The answer to yesterday's question was Tino Martinez, answered by essenpee
Hint; the pitcher above is responsible for one of the top five pitched games in team history sorted by GameScore.
There are 22 days until Opening Day!
That's the same number of homers clubbed by Evan Longoria in 2010.
One of those homers traveled a team season high, 451 feet.