1:10, Tropicana Field TV/radio: Fox Sports Sun; 95.3-FM/620-AM, 96.1-FM (Spanish) Rays info: 1-888-326-7297 Rays: RH Charlie Morton (1-1. 5.52) Yankees: LH James Paxton (0-1, 13.50) Rays: Morton has made three starts, increasing workload from 4 innings to 5 to 5-2/3, throwing 93 pitches Tuesday in beating Boston. Is 4-2, 3.97 in eight starts vs. Yankees, 2-0, 0.77 at two at Tropicana Field. Yankees: Paxton has lasted only one and three innings in his first two starts, allowing eight runs (six earned) and 12 hits. Is 3-1, 3.19 in five starts vs. Rays, 2-1, 3.79 in three at the Trop. Monday: at Red Sox, 7:30. Rays, LH Ryan Yarbrough (0-2, 3.78); Red Sox, TBA Tuesday: at Red Sox, 7:30. Rays, TBA; Red Sox, TBA Wednesday: at Red Sox, 7:30. Rays, TBA; Red Sox, TBA Thursday: at Red Sox, 4:30. Rays, TBA; Red Sox, TBA Friday: at Blue Jays (Buffalo), 6:37. Rays, TBA; Jays, TBA Saturday: at Blue Jays (Buffalo, 6:37). Rays, TBA; Jays, TBALH Colin Poche, Tommy John surgery, 45-day, out for seasonOF Randy Arozarena*, positive COVID-19 test, on rehab assignment* Minor-league injured listLH Jose AlvaradoOF Manuel Margot Pitchers (14): RH Nick Anderson, LH Jalen Beeks, RH Diego Castillo, RH Yonny Chirinos, RH Oliver Drake, RH Pete Fairbanks, LH Sean Gilmartin, RH Tyler Glasnow, RH Andrew Kittredge, LH Aaron Loup, RH Charlie Morton, RH Chaz Roe, LH Blake Snell, LH Ryan Yarbrough Catchers (3): Michael Perez, Kevan Smith, Mike Zunino Infielders (7): Willy Adames, Mike Brosseau, Ji-Man Choi, Yandy Diaz, Brandon Lowe, Jose Martinez, Joey Wendle Outfielders (4): Kevin Kiermaier, Austin Meadows, Hunter Renfroe, Yoshi TsutsugoOf the 1,784 Rays games played at the Trop, Saturday’s opening game of the doubleheader was the first of less than 8½ innings. That’s because of the pandemic-driven rule change for games in doubleheaders to last only seven innings. At 2 hours, 52 minutes, it was not close to being the shortest game time-wise: On Aug. 9, 2011, the James Shields-led Rays beat the Royals 4-0 in a tidy 1:53.• Season shortened to 60 games, about 37 percent of usual 162.• Teams playing only against their division and corresponding geographical division in other league, so for Rays, AL and NL East.* Doubleheaders games are seven innings rather than nine.• Rosters were 30 players to start season, but were reduced to 28 and will stay at 28 through the postseason.• Fans not allowed in Trop, at least at start of season. There are plans, depending on virus situation, to host 5,000-7,000 a game later in season.• Fake fan noise, created from recordings of actual crowds and adapted for and then from MLB The Show video game, will be played, along with more music and sound effects.• Most weekday home games start at 6:40 p.m., moved up from 7:10. All games on Fox Sports Sun.• For extra-inning games, each team will start with runner on second. The runner is the batter who made last out of previous inning or a pinch-runner.• All pitchers must face minimum of three batters, except for injury or illness.• DH will be used in both leagues.• Injured list stays are 10 days for all players (shortened from 15 for pitchers), and long-term list is 45 days, down from 60.• Games halted due to weather before becoming official will be resumed at later date, not started over.