Rays at Orioles
When/where: 7:05 tonight; Camden Yards, Baltimore
TV/radio: Sun Sports; 620-AM, 680-AM (Spanish)
RAYS: RH Wade Davis (10-8, 4.36)
ORIOLES: RH Jeremy Guthrie (7-17, 4.29)
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Wading in: Davis is coming off a stellar outing, Friday's complete-game win over the Red Sox. He is facing the O's for the sixth time in 2011, having gone 3-2, 5.52. In five career starts at Baltimore he is 4-0, 3.27.
Familiar face: Guthrie is facing the Rays for the sixth time this season, having gone 1-3, 4.50, and the 19th time in his career (5-10, 4.15 overall). He threw seven shutout innings at Toronto on Friday.
Rays vs. Guthrie
Johnny Damon 12-for-53, 2 HRs
Evan Longoria 11-for-33, HR
Ben Zobrist 10-for-29
Orioles vs. Davis
Vlad Guerrero 3-for-16, HR
Nick Markakis 7-for-29, HR
Matt Wieters 7-for-18
Thursday: at Red Sox, 7:10, Sun Sports. Rays — Jeremy Hellickson (12-10, 2.96); Red Sox — TBA
Friday: at Red Sox, 7:10, Sun Sports. Rays — James Shields (15-10, 2.70); Red Sox — TBA
Saturday: at Red Sox, 4:10, Ch. 13. Rays — Jeff Niemann (10-7, 3.97); Red Sox — TBA
Sunday: at Red Sox, 1:35, Sun Sports. Rays — David Price (12-12, 3.34); Red Sox — TBA
Marc Topkin, Times staff writer
Achievement of the day
With his second-inning steal, Johnny Damon joined Paul Molitor as the only players with 200 homers, 100 triples and 400 steals. They are two of nine with 200-400; also Roberto Alomar, Craig Biggio, Bobby and Barry Bonds, Marquis Grissom, Rickey Henderson and Joe Morgan.
Announcement of the day
RHP James Shields' book about last season, September Nights, written with raysbaseball.com's Bill Chastain, was released Tuesday, available in paperback through Amazon.com and retailers, and in e-book formats. "It's a cool little thing for fans to get to know what September baseball is all about," Shields said.