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Rays vs. Indians, 6:10 p.m. Saturday, Tropicana Field

Tonight: vs. Indians

6:10, Tropicana Field

TV/radio: Fox Sports Sun; 620-AM, 680-AM (Spanish)

Tickets: $26-$300; available at Tropicana Field box office, raysbaseball.com, surcharge of up to $5 within 5 hours of game time.

Promotion: Mystery Retro Replica Jersey to the first 15,000 fans.

Probable pitchers

Rays: RH Chris Archer (8-6, 3.80)

INDIANS: RH Mike Clevinger (5-4, 4.00)

On Archer: The Indians are the only AL team he has yet to beat. Is 0-6, 6.00 in six career starts. Has a combined eight runs of support in those starts.

On Clevinger: Has allowed 13 runs in 81/3 innings in his past three appearances, two of which were starts.

Rays VS. CLEVINGER

Evan Longoria 0-for-1

Trevor Plouffe 0-for-2

INDIANS VS. ARCHER

E. Encarnacion 8-for-50, 3 HRs

Austin Jackson 3-for-12, HR

Jose Ramirez 4-for-10, HR

Carlos Santana 6-for-14

On deck

Sunday: vs. Indians 1:10. Rays, RH Austin Pruitt (6-3, 5.14); Indians, RH Corey Kluber (9-3, 2.77)

Monday: at Blue Jays, 7:07. Rays, RH Jake Odorizzi (6-5, 4.38); Jays, RH Nick Tepesch (0-2, 9.00)

Tuesday: at Blue Jays, 7:07. Rays, LH Blake Snell (0-6, 4.69); Jays, RH Marco Estrada (5-7, 4.85)

Wednesday: at Blue Jays, 7:07. Rays, RH Jake Faria (5-3, 3.19); Jays, RH Marcus Stroman (10-6, 3.00)

Thursday: at Blue Jays, 4:07. Rays, RH Chris Archer (8-6, 3.80); Jays, TBA

Bats gone silent

Runs scored by each AL team since the All-Star break:

Orioles 146*

Tigers 138*

Astros 137*

Royals 136*

Blue Jays 123

Indians 121

Angels 118*

Athletics 118*

Mariners 118*

Twins 114*

Red Sox 112*

Rangers 110*

Yankees 109*

White Sox 86*

Rays 85

* Late games not included

Rays vs. Indians, 6:10 p.m. Saturday, Tropicana Field 08/11/17 [Last modified: Friday, August 11, 2017 10:14pm]
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