Familiar turfClubhouse attendant Brandon "Tank" Richesin rejoined the Rays after two weeks in Taiwan working for the Australian team in the World Baseball Classic. Richesin said it was a good experience overall, though he didn't experiment much with native foods: "I stayed pretty much American: McDonald's, KFC, Subway, Pizza Hut."Best news of the dayFriday was the halfway point of the 50 days between the start of spring training and opening day.Who is this Ray?He was a 47th-round draft pick by the Cubs. Has been traded four times. Has a dog named Rambo. Is active in paintball.The dish: Rays at PhilliesWhen/where: 1:05 today; Bright House Field, 601 N Coachman Road, ClearwaterRadio: 620-AMTickets: $14-$34, available through phillies.com, (215) 463-1000Pitchers: Rays — Jeff Niemann, Jeremy Hellickson, Alex Colome; Phillies — John Lannan, Adam Morgan, Jeremy Horst, Antonio Bastardo, Jake Diekman, B.J. RosenbergHeads-upMost regulars are off, but CF Desmond Jennings, INF/OF Sean Rodriguez, INF Ryan Roberts and prospect OF Wil Myers are scheduled to make the trip.Marc Topkin, Times staff writerOn deckSunday: vs. Red Sox, 1:05. Rays — Matt Moore; Red Sox — John LackeyMonday: vs. Twins, 7:05. Rays — Roberto Hernandez; Twins — TBATuesday: vs. Yankees, 1:05. Rays — Alex Cobb; Yankees — TBAWho is this Ray? RHP Kyle FarnsworthRemaining exhibition gamesTicket into: Reserved seats $19-$27, berm/boardwalk $10/$12. Available through raysbaseball.com and Ticketmaster, at Tropicana Field and Charlotte Sports Park box offices, Tampa team store.All games 1:05 unless notedMarch13: Off14: at Orioles15: vs. Phillies16: vs. Red Sox17: at Red Sox, 1:3518: Off19: at Tigers20: at Twins, 7:0521: vs. Jays22: vs. Orioles, at Pirates23: vs. Twins24: at Yankees25: vs. Pirates, 7:0526: at Phillies27: vs. Jays28: at Orioles, 7:0529: at Tigers30: vs. Tigers at Trop, 1:10A-listed B-streetersRays manager Joe Maddon is excited for the Sunday and Monday pregame performances of the B-Street Band, the long-running Bruce Springsteen, right, tribute group led by his childhood buddy Willie Forte. Maddon's favorites of their covers? "I like their Jungleland, and their Spirit in the Night is pretty good," he said. Though it has been suggested, Maddon will not be singing. "I can't," he said. "Plus, it's pregame, so that's another reason why I can't." Latest legendAll-Star slugger Cecil Fielder is the newest member of the Rays' Adopt-A-Legend program. He is set to be in camp and in uniform (No. 45) Sunday-Tuesday. Manager Joe Maddon made the invitation at a game last year, remembering how well Fielder treated him as a young coach with the Angels.Tuned upSpring training is for experimenting in lots of ways. On Friday the Rays took the field to Bang a Gong (Get It On), which manager Joe Maddon heard on his iPad last week and wanted to try as an intro song.