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365, .364, .358

Batting averages allowed by Casey Fossum, Brian Stokes and Shawn Camp, the three highest of all major-league relievers with more than 15 innings.

6.64, .310

ERA and batting average allowed by Rays bullpen, both worst in the majors.


Baserunners allowed by Rays relievers in 2981/3 innings (380 hits, 163 walks, 16 hit batters).

Tonight: Rays at Orioles

When/where: 7:25 p.m., Camden Yards, Baltimore

TV/radio: Ch. 66; 1250-AM, 680-AM (Spanish)

Probable pitchers: Rays - LHP Scott Kazmir (7-6, 4.02); Orioles - RHP Daniel Cabrera (6-10, 5.30)

Rays tickets: $8-$210. Available at Tropicana Field box office, all Ticketmaster outlets,

Rays info: (727) 825-3250

Watch for ...

Great Scott: The Rays seem confident LHP Scott Kazmir has figured things out by simplifying his delivery and that his two-game winning streak is the start of something good. Kazmir is 2-2, 5.01 in eight starts against the Orioles. 2B Brian Roberts is 7-for-20 off him with a homer.

Dominating Daniel: Orioles starter Daniel Cabrera has great stuff but has trouble harnessing it. He is 4-0, 3.56 in eight starts against the Rays. Carl Crawford is 6-for-19 off him and B.J. Upton 3-for-6 with a homer.

Free passes: Cabrera's 68 walks are the most issued by an AL pitcher, and Kazmir is second at 63.

On deck

Wednesday: at Orioles, 7:05, FSN. Rays - Andy Sonnanstine (1-5, 5.37); Orioles - Erik Bedard (9-4, 3.12)

Thursday: at Orioles, 12:35, FSN. Rays - Edwin Jackson (2-9, 6.65); Orioles - Steve Trachsel (5-7, 5.05)

Friday: Red Sox, 7:10, Ch. 66. Rays - TBA; Red Sox - Tim Wakefield (11-9, 4.74)

Saturday: Red Sox, 7:10, Ch. 66. Rays - James Shields (8-6, 4.44); Red Sox - Jon Lester (1-0, 3.00)