ST. PETERSBURG — Who wants to be mediocre? Middling? Average? Run-of-the-mill?
ST. PETERSBURG — The closest the Angels came to scoring off RHP Matt Andriese in Thursday's 4-0 Rays victory occurred in the first inning, when DH Mike Trout tried to score from second on a single to right. But the throw from RF Steven Souza Jr. was on the money, and Trout was out.
Tonight: at Twins
8:10, Target Field, Minnesota
TV/radio: Fox Sports Sun; 620-AM, 680-AM
Rays: RH Chris Archer (3-3, 3.76)
If you're walking, you're hitting, as the saying goes, so it's a good sign that RF Steven Souza Jr. reached base four times, with a hit by pitch, a single and two walks. Hitters feel they are coming out of slumps when they are walking, because they are seeing the ball better. That's good news for the Rays …
TAMPA — It all began with a fidget spinner.