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Rays' Guyer says son's name will have special meaning

Name game

OF Brandon Guyer and wife Lindsay are set for the scheduled C-section birth of their second child this afternoon, a son they will name Camden. Guyer said they liked the sound of the name but also acknowledged the family history — in that he made his big-league debut at Baltimore's Camden Yards and homered in his first plate appearance there as Lindsay was on her way from work as a Washington, D.C., sports anchor. "We love the name, but it has a little extra meaning to it," Guyer said.

The dish Rays at Braves

When/where: 1:05 today; Champion Stadium, 700 Victory Way, Kissimmee (at Disney)

Tickets: $15-57, via braves.com, Ticketmaster outlets.

Rays information: Toll-free 1-888-326-7297 (FAN-RAYS)

Pitchers: Rays — Chris Archer, Tyler Sturdevant, Jhan Marinez, Mark Sappington, Ryan Garton; Braves — Julio Teheran, Jim Johnson, Alexi Ogando, Ian Krol, Evan Rutckyj, Carlos Torres

Heads-up

Besides Archer, not too many regulars are making the nearly 3-hour trip to Disney, with 1B James Loney, DH Steven Souza Jr., SS Brad Miller and 3B Tim Beckham the biggest names.

On deck

Tuesday: vs. Phillies, 1:05. Rays — Drew Smyly; Phillies — Aaron Nola

Wednesday: Off

Thursday: at Phillies (Clearwater), 1:05, Rays — Matt Moore; Phillies — TBA

Exhibition schedule

Rays tickets: Range from $15-32, available at raysbaseball.com, by calling toll-free 1-888-326-7297 (FAN-RAYS), and at CSP or Tropicana Field box offices, team Tampa Store (400 N Tampa St.).

All games 1:05 p.m. unless noted.

Marc Topkin, Times staff writer

March

18 vs. Red Sox

19 vs. Orioles

20 at Orioles

22 at Cuban national team (Havana)

23 at Twins

24 at Yanks, 6:35

25 vs. Twins

26 at Pirates, 6:05

27 vs. Jays

29 at Jays

30 vs. Red Sox

31 vs. Pirates

April

1 at Braves, at Tigers

Rays' Guyer says son's name will have special meaning 03/13/16 [Last modified: Sunday, March 13, 2016 8:56pm]
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