Rays at White Sox
When/where: 4:10 today; U.S. Cellular Field, Chicago
TV/radio: FSN; 620-AM, 680-AM (Spanish)
Rays: RH Wade Davis (0-1, 5.68)
White Sox: RH Phil Humber (0-0, 27.00)
Watch for …
Wading in: Davis is 2-0 with a 2.19 ERA vs. the White Sox.
Get your Phil: Humber is making his third career big-league start, and has never faced the Rays.
Rays vs. Humber
Felipe Lopez 2-for-4
Johnny Damon 0-for-2
Sox vs. Davis
Carlos Quentin 2-for-6, HR
Alexei Ramierz 2-for-4, HR
Alex Rios 0-for-5
Sunday: at White Sox, 2:10, Sun Sports. Rays — Jeff Niemann (0-1, 7.50); White Sox — Gavin Floyd (0-0, 5.14)
Historical footnote of the day
The Rays became the first team at least since 1919 to go six games into a season without getting more than six hits in any of those games. Eleven teams had gone five games into a season, most recently the 2003 Tigers.
Quote of the day
"I still expect to win the American League East. I haven't backed off on that at all."
Joe Maddon, Rays manager, talking about the retirement of Manny Ramirez
Celebration of the day
RHP Jeremy Hellickson, the youngest player on the roster, turned 24 Friday.