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For starters, Rays at Astros, trying to bounce back

UPDATE, 6:39: LHP Jake McGee was sent home to have his left checked after tweaking it on the second to last pitch of his Tuesday outing. ... Cash said RHP Matt Andriese, called up Wednesday, will work out of the bullpen. ... Asdrubal Cabrera is the DH today to give him a day off his feet. ... Cash said there was no explanation for the team's majors-worst 2-9 record in extra innings. ... He also suggested that Boxberger's struggles could be the result of hitters adjusting to his pitches.

Astros lineup:
Altuve 2b
Gonzalez lf
Correa ss
Lowrie 3b
Tucker rf
Gattis dh
Valbuena 1b
Conger c
Marisnick cf
Keuchel p

DEVELOPING: The Rays will try tonight to bounce back from Tuesday's tough 3-2 10-inning loss, their majors' most ninth walkoff loss of the season, and have to do so against one of the top pitchers in the American League, Houston LHP Dallas Keuchel.

To combat Keuchel, who is 11-0, 1.26 in 13 starts at Minute Maid Park (and has not allowed a home run), the Rays have eight right-handed hitters in their lineup, with 1B James Loney the lone lefty.

The Rays are starting RHP Nathan Karns, a one-time Astros draft pick, who is coming off a rough Friday outing in Texas.

The Rays 9 walkoff losses match the Mariners and Reds for most in majors; two shy of 2002 team record.

RHP Brad Boxberger's six walkoff losses are the most in team history, and most in the majors since RHP Brad Lidge had six in 2009.

Here is the Rays lineup:
Guyer cf,
Jennings lf,
Longoria 3b,
Forsythe 2b,
Cabrera dh,
Beckham ss,
Loney 1b,
Nava rf,
Casali c,
Karns p