For starters, Rays at O's, with first-place on the line
UPDATE, 6:19: Rays manager Joe Maddon said Joyce felt good about his ankle after the early workout and that's why he is in the lineup; otherwise Brandon Guyer would have started. ... Desmond Jennings remains limited to pinch-hit duties due to lingering soreness in his sprained left knee. ... Maddon acknowledged the Rays need to do better with their bunting and other small-ball tactics. ... Hellickson makes his 40th career start tonight, with a 2.83. Among active starters, St. Louis' Jaime Garcia has the lowest ERA through 40 starts, at 2.92.
UPDATE, 4:09: Matt Joyce is back in the Rays lineup but Desmond Jenniings remains linited to pinch-hitting duties. The Rays lineup: Zobrist rf, Pena 1b, Upton cf, Scott dh, Keppinger 3b, Joyce lf, S-Rod ss, Molina c, Johnson 2b, Hellickson p
BREAKING: The Rays have moved on to Baltimore where they open a series with the Orioles, who, unexpectedly, are tied with them for first place.
RHP Jeremy Hellickson will be on the mound for the Rays, who have lost four of their last five. The shorthanded O's have called up LHP Dana Eveland to start.
The Rays have a few lineup decisions to make, with OFs Desmond Jennings and Matt Joyce both limited by injuries.
Joyce has been out on the field early today with his left ankle taped working with outfield coach George Hendrick.
The game also marks the return to Baltimore of Rays DH Luke Scott, who spent four years with the O's.
Rays lineups when available.