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Rays' scoreless streaks

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The Rays' current scoreless inning streak compared to the team record they broke:

2014 (28)

Record: 24-42 (.364 win percentage)

Hits: 17 Runners left on base: 26

Innings Breakdown

Saturday (Mariners): Fernando Rodney (1)

Sunday (Mariners): Felix Hernandez (7), Yoervis Medina (1), Dominic Leone (1/3), Charlie Furbush (2/3)

Monday (Mariners): Erasmo Ramirez (42/3), Joe Beimel (2/3), Dominic Leone (2/3), Danny Farquhar (2), Fernando Rodney (1)

Tuesday (Cardinals): Adam Wainwright (7), Pat Neshek (0), Sam Freeman (2/3), Trevor Rosenthal (11/3)

2002 (26)

Record: 55-106 (.342 win percentage)

Hits: 9 Runners left on base: 14

Innings Breakdown

April 4 (Tigers): Matt Miller (1/3), Jeff Farnsworth (12/3), Matt Anderson (1)

April 5 (Yankees): Andy Pettitte (6), Steve Karsay (2), Randy Choate (1)

April 6 (Yankees): Orlando Hernandez (8), Mariano Rivera (1)

April 7 (Yankees): Roger Clemens (5)

Rays' scoreless streaks 06/10/14 [Last modified: Tuesday, June 10, 2014 11:24pm]
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