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Rays-Padres Wednesday preview

Today: vs. Padres

1:10, Tropicana Field

Radio: 620-AM

Tickets: $15-$275; available at Tropicana Field box office, raysbaseball.com, team Tampa store; surcharge of up to $5 within 5 hours of game time.

Promotion: $2 hot dogs; $15 press-level tickets for seniors

Probable pitchers

Rays: RH Chris Archer (6-16, 4.39)

PADRES: LH Christian Friedrich (4-8, 4.84)

On Archer: Leads majors in losses, including Friday outing vs. Yankees, allowing five runs in six innings. Has not faced Padres.

On Friedrich: Signed with Padres in March after being released by Rockies. Has allowed 132 baserunners in 871/3 innings. Has not faced Rays.

Game on

Players with the most games played for the Rays:

1. Carl Crawford 1235

Evan Longoria 1235

3. Ben Zobrist 1064

4. B.J. Upton 966

5. Aubrey Huff 799

6. Carlos Peña 726

7. Matt Joyce 633

8. Toby Hall 586

9. Fred McGriff 577

10. Desmond Jennings 567

On deck

Thursday: Off

Friday: vs. Rangers, 7:10. Rays — RH Matt Andriese (6-4, 3.36); Rangers — LH Cole Hamels (12-4, 2.88)

Rays-Padres Wednesday preview 08/16/16 [Last modified: Tuesday, August 16, 2016 11:01pm]
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