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Complete Game Jeremy: Hellickson is coming off a stellar start, a complete-game shutout of the Orioles on Friday, and hasn't allowed a run over his past 14 IP. His only start against the Jays was April 22, when he went 7 innings, allowing 3 runs, and got no decision.

Familiar face: Litsch was pushed back after Tuesday's rainout in Detroit. He is a Dixie Hollins High grad and was a Rays batboy in 2002-03, and is 1-3, 3.89 in six starts against his former employers. He has pitched well since recovering from 2010 shoulder surgery.

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Longoria goes to the mat

3B Evan Longoria said his first yoga-for-charity session went well, with a dozen classmates at the Bella Prana studio in Tampa raising about $1,200 for the Moffitt Cancer Center. Longoria, who began doing yoga 3 years ago, said his favorite position is standing on his head. "Doing the upside-down stuff is the most fun for me," he said. Monthly sessions are planned (next is June 14) and may be expanded. E-mail bellaprana@gmail.com for more information.

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The long and short of it

OF Sam Fuld is used to being kidded over his size. So he found it quite humorous when a teammate - he believes it's B.J. Upton - hung some kid-sized uniform pants (a youth medium) in his locker. "I laughed," the 5-foot-10 Fuld said. "I haven't tried them on yet though. I'll spare myself that."

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