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Sports Day Tampa Bay podcast: Could Rays’ Austin Meadows start the All-Star Game?

Times Rays beat writer Marc Topkin joins Rick Stroud to discuss Charlie Morton, Brandon Lowe’s power and the Rays $5 ticket promotion.
Rays outfielder Austin Meadows (17) is among the American League leaders in batting average, hitting .333 entering Wednesday's game against Oakland at Tropicana Field. ALLIE GOULDING   |   Times
Rays outfielder Austin Meadows (17) is among the American League leaders in batting average, hitting .333 entering Wednesday's game against Oakland at Tropicana Field. ALLIE GOULDING | Times
Published Jun. 12, 2019

Rick Stroud and Times Rays beat writer Marc Topkin are talking Rays, including if Austin Meadows will start the All-Star Game, how impressive Charlie Morton has been, how Brandon Lowe generates so much power and whether the Rays’ $5 ticket promotion a success.

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