Who is this Ray?
LHP from Tennessee Tech. Drafted by Rays in 2010 21st round. Has 2.95 ERA in four minor-league seasons.
Rays vs. Twins
When/where: 1:05 today; Charlotte Sports Park, 2300 El Jobean Road, Port Charlotte. Radio: 620-AM
Tickets: Reserved seats $19-$29, berm/boardwalk $10. Available through raysbaseball.com and Ticketmaster, at Tropicana Field and Charlotte Sports Park box offices, Tampa team store.
Gates open: 11 a.m.
Directions: Driving time from bay area is 11/2-2 hours. Suggested route: Interstate 75 south to Exit 179 (Toledo Blade Road), west 61/2 miles (crossing U.S. 41) to El Jobean Road (SR 776), right 2 miles, complex is on left.
Parking: $10; lots open at 10.
Pitchers: Rays — RH Alex Cobb, RH Grant Balfour, RH Joel Peralta, LH Adam Liberatore, RH Steve Geltz, LH Braulio Lara, RH Sam Runion, RH Santiago Garrido; Twins — RH Ricky Nolasco, RH Anthony Swarzak
Monday: vs. Phillies, 1:05. Rays — LH Matt Moore; Phillies — TBA
Tuesday: at Red Sox, 1:05. Rays — RH Chris Archer; Red Sox — TBA
All games 1:05 unless noted.
6 at Orioles
7 at Blue Jays
9 at Yankees
10 at Red Sox
12 at Blue Jays
14 at Braves
15 (ss) Blue Jays; at Pirates
16 Red Sox
18 at Twins, 7:05
19 at Orioles
20 Twins, 7:05
21 Blue Jays
23 at Red Sox
24 at Twins
25 Red Sox
26 Orioles 7:05
27 at Orioles, 7:05
28 at Tigers
29 at AA Montgomery (Ala.), 3:05
Who is this Ray: LHP Adam Liberatore
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Quote of the day
"I can't believe that happened."
Minor-league INF Cameron Seitzer (right), on hitting the tying homer against the Pirates in the ninth inning of his first Grapefruit League game
An MVP moment
OF Brandon Guyer's second-inning blast to center looked like a no-doubt double. But Pirates CF Andrew McCutchen, the reigning National League MVP, raced back for a leaping catch against the wall. "That's what happens when you hit it to him," Guyer said. "I'm pretty sure he'll do that many times this year."