Today, the Rays will take on the Atlanta Braves in Lake Buena Vista at 1:05. Heading to the mound for Tampa Bay will be Adam Wilk, while Jhoulys Chacin will start for Atlanta. The Rays currently have a record of 12-12, while the Braves sit at 6-20.
The Rays will also travel to Lakeland to take on the Detroit Tigers at 1:05 with Matt Moore making that start and Anibal Sanchez heading to the hill for Detroit. who come into play today with a record of 17-11.
Their starting lineups,
|Kinsler, 2B||Guyer, CF|
|Upton, LF||Morrison, 1B|
|Cabrera, 1B||Longoria, 3B|
|V Martinez, DH||Jennings, LF|
|J Martinez, RF||Kiermaier, DH|
|Castellanos, 3B||Souza, RF|
|McCann, C||Pearce, 2B|
|Iglesias, SS||Beckham, SS|
|Gose, CF||Conger, SS|
|Stubbs, CF||Forsythe, 2B|
|Aybar, SS||Miller, SS|
|Freeman, 1B||Dickerson, DG|
|Garcia, 3B||Casali, C|
|Markakis, RF||Decker, LF|
|Francoeur, LF||Leonard, 3B|
|Flowers, C||Seitzer, 1B|
|Beckham, 2B||Varona, RF|
|Chacin, P||Field, CF|
The Braves will feature the game on their local radio station, while there will be no broadcast of the Tigers game.
The answer to yesterday's question was James Loney
Hint; this player has the lowest ISO and wRC+ among qualified hitters in team history
There are 2 days until Opening Day!
That's the same number of homers Brad Hawpe hit for the Rays during the 2010 season.
The 2nd of which was this grand slam against Toronto.