The 38 runs the Rays gave up were the most in back-to-back games in more than 30 years, when the Braves allowed 39 on April 24-25, 1977, losing 16-6 to the Dodgers and 23-9 to the Reds.
Number of the day
28 Runs the Rays allowed in a nine-inning span covering the last three innings of Saturday's night game and the first six of Sunday's matinee.
Quote of the day
"When we got the couple of runs (in the fourth) to get back in we were talking about putting a zero up in the next inning and we put a 10-spot up. That makes things difficult."
Manager Joe Maddon.
Sunday's 10-run fourth inning was the Rays' worst in nearly a year. Consider these numbers:
1 Error made
2 Pitchers used
8 Hits allowed
10 Runs allowed
29 Minutes elapsed
51 Pitches thrown
Next game: Tuesday, 7:25 p.m., at Baltimore.
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Tuesday: at Orioles, 7:25, p.m., Ch. 66. Rays - Scott Kazmir (7-6, 4.02); Orioles - Daniel Cabrera (6-10, 5.30)