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The Rays' Manuel Margot hits a two-run homer during the fourth inning against the Yankees on Saturday in New York.
Tyler Glasnow works around some drama, while Francisco Mejia, Manuel Margot and Joey Wendle all hit home runs.
Cramping in the pitcher’s right leg and left hand cause concern, not to mention a comparison to a Jim Carrey scene.
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An incident that caused Friday’s game to be stopped briefly was slightly concerning and somewhat perplexing.

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  1. The Rays are looking to complete a sweep of their three-game series at Yankee Stadium.
  2. Braves pinch-hitter Sean Kazmar takes a cut during Saturday's loss to the Cubs at Wrigley Field. Until getting called up, his last major-league appearance was on Sept. 23, 2008.
  3. Rays starter Tyler Glasnow reacts to the pain in his left hand during the fifth inning Saturday against the Yankees as shortstop Willy Adames looks on.
  4. The Rays' Manuel Margot hits a two-run homer during the fourth inning against the Yankees on Saturday in New York.
  5. Fans watch during the fourth inning of Friday's game between the New York Yankees and the Tampa Bay Rays.
  6. Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Kevin Kiermaier going through a pre-game workout on Saturday at Yankee Stadium.
  7. Yoshi Tsutsugo strikes out during Monday's game against the Rangers at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg.
  8. In the boxscore, this goes down as a two-run double for the Rays' Mike Zunino in the sixth Friday. No one needs to know it had an exit velocity of less than 71 mph.
  9. The Rays' Brandon Lowe hits a two-run double in the first inning Friday against the Yankees.
  10. The Rays' Tyler Glasnow struck out a career-high 14 Monday in a 1-0 win against the Rangers.
  11. Rays first baseman Michael Brosseau, right, is congratulated by shortstop Willy Adames after hitting a solo home run during the eighth inning of Game 5 of the American League Division Series against the New York Yankees in October in San Diego.
  12. Austin Meadows getting plunked on Sunday is the latest in a series of ugly moments between the Yankees and the Rays.
  13. Tampa Bay Rays owner Stuart Sternberg, along with team president Matt Silverman, spoke to the St. Petersburg City Council about the team's proposed sister city plan with Montreal.
  14. Rays second baseman Brandon Lowe takes the throw late as the Rangers' Leody Taveras steals the base in the fourth inning.
  15. From left, Rangers first baseman Nate Lowe, Rays baserunner Brett Phillips and first-base coach Ozzie Timmons sport the No. 42 during Thursday's game on Jackie Robinson Day.
  16. Ryan Fitzpatrick sported his prominent beard, and some of teammate DeSean Jackson's threads, during a postgame news conference following a Week Two upset of the Eagles in 2019.
  17. Tampa Bay Rays principal owner Stu Sternberg, right, and president Matt Silverman, left, presented to St. Petersburg City Council on Thursday, pitching a new stadium on the Trop site as part of their sister-city concept.
  18. White Sox pitcher Carlos Rodon, with his back toward catcher Zack Collins, is mobbed by teammates after his no-hitter against the Indians on Wednesday.
  19. Rays starter Josh Fleming pitches against the Rangers during the fourth inning Wednesday at the Trop.
  20. With Chris Archer leaving Saturday’s game with elbow tightness, the Rays summoned Josh Fleming, pictured, and pushed Rich Hill back a day to so Fleming could start on his usual day.
  21. Kriseman hired HR&A Advisors to help city officials weigh the four remaining Trop project proposals and negotiate with the chosen developer.
  22. Veteran Rays pitcher Rich Hill has concerns about a Major League Baseball-backed plan to move pitching mounds back a foot on an experimental basis in the independent Atlantic League, where he used to pitch.
  23. Jackie Bradley Jr., then playing for the Boston Red Sox, hits a home run off Houston Astros pitcher Josh James during the 2018 American League Championship Series. Major League Baseball wants to see if moving back the pitcher's mound will increase offense.
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