Rays at Marlins
When/where: 7:10 tonight; Marlins Park, Miami
TV/radio: Sun Sports, FSN; 620-AM, 680-AM (Spanish)
RH Jeremy Hellickson (4-2, 2.69)
RH Ricky Nolasco (6-3, 4.35)
On Hellickson: He has allowed two earned runs or fewer in eight of his 11 starts this year. He has never faced the Marlins. He is 1-0, 4.68 on the road this season.
On Nolasco: He has won two of his past three starts. He is 2-3 with an 8.51 ERA in five starts against the Rays.
Rays vs. Nolasco
Carlos Peña4-for-8, 2 HRs
B.J. Upton 1-for-10
Ben Zobrist 4-for-5
Saturday: at Marlins, 7:15, Ch. 13. Rays — Matt Moore (2-5, 4.45); Marlins — Carlos Zambrano (4-3, 2.81)
Sunday: at Marlins, 1:10, Sun Sports, FSN. Rays — James Shields (6-4, 4.27); Marlins — Anibal Sanchez (3-4, 3.19)
Rays disabled list
C Robinson Chirinos, concussion, 60-day
RHP Kyle Farnsworth, right elbow strain, 60-day
OF Sam Fuld, right wrist surgery, 60-day
OF Brandon Guyer, left shoulder strain, 60-day
INF Jeff Keppinger, right toe fracture, 15-day
3B Evan Longoria, left hamstring tear, 15-day
RHP Jeff Niemann, right leg fracture, 60-day
Joe Smith, Times staff writer
Wardrobe of the day
RHP Jeremy Hellickson, flying ahead of the team Thursday due to tonight's start in Miami, said he wasn't sure if he would don the all-white wardrobe — as his teammates will — for his commercial flight. "I don't know if I can do it by myself," Hellickson said, smiling. "I don't know if I can handle all the looks." Manager Joe Maddon joked how Hellickson, who lacks a tan, would look in all white: "He may disappear, actually."
Did you know?
The uncle of RHP James Shields, right, Jim Jimenez, is the farrier (provides hoof and foot care) for Triple Crown candidate I'll Have Another. Shields said it has been a whirlwind for Jimenez, whom he saw this week in New York: "It's like their World Series."
Number of the day
Consecutive games without recording 10 hits by the Rays until Thursday