SAN DIEGO — The Rays are running out of words to describe Randy Arozarena’s feats.The red-hot outfielder added to his amazing accomplishments Wednesday with a fourth-inning home run that was his fifth in 11 postseason games, though he also struck out three times.The only rookie to hit more in any postseason was also a Ray. Evan Longoria homered six times during the 2008 run to the World Series.With 19 hits, Arozarena moved to within three of matching Derek Jeter’s rookie record of 22 from 1996. Overall he is hitting .441 for the postseason, 19-for-43 with seven RBIs.Arozarena, who leads multiple offensive categories this postseason, including 39 total bases, said he is not getting too caught up in the numbers.“I really try not to pay attention to the statistics, but with the Internet and everybody bringing it up you’re kind of aware of it,” he said via team translator Manny Navarro. “Honestly I don’t pay attention to the statistics outside of me and what I can control about playing.”On Tuesday, Arozarena logged his fourth three-hit game of the postseason, breaking a tie with Seattle’s Ichiro Suzuki for the rookie mark to match the all-time record shared by Houston’s Jose Altuve (2017), St. Louis' Albert Pujols (2004) and Seattle’s Edgar Martinez and Jay Buhner (1995).With the Wednesday home run, Arozarena also tied the Rays' postseason record with nine extra-base hits, matching Longoria and B.J. Upton from 2008.His teammates are happy to rave about him.“I don’t think there’s a right word for him right now,” shortstop Willy Adames said. “It’s something that I’ve never seen before. He’s got to be the greatest player right now on the planet. He’s just amazing every day that he shows up to the field; it’s like this guy’s going to do another unbelievable (thing). He’s going to hit another homer, he’s going to get three hits in that game. It’s just crazy. … I’m just happy to be part of it, just to be in the dugout watching him and having fun with him. It’s amazing what he’s doing.”Arozarena tried to share his success, putting the lucky cowboy boots he borrowed from pitcher Brent Honeywell in Adames' locker before Game 4.“Randy told me, ‘Hey, I’ve got to give you some power. So you can start hitting well,’ and they put them in my locker and I put them on,” Adames said.Two key Rays, centerfielder Kevin Kiermaier and second baseman Brandon Lowe, were not in the lineup Wednesday. Kiermaier was able to play, manager Kevin Cash said, but the Rays wanted to give him more time to get treatment on his left wrist, still sore from being hit by a 99-mph pitch Tuesday that forced him from the game. Cash said Kiermaier was available to come off the bench to play defense, pinch-run and/or hit, though he was not used.With Kiermaier out, Manuel Margot, the former Padre, started in center, with Austin Meadows in right and Yoshi Tsutsugo, making just his third start of the postseason and first appearance in the ALCS, at DH. Lowe has been slumping miserably, going just 3-for-39 with 13 strikeouts in the Rays' first 10 playoff games. Cash said the matchup with Astros starter Zack Greinke, who throws a lot of off-speed pitches, made for a good time to sit Lowe. Cash said he would use him as a pinch-hitter in a key situation and did so with one on in the ninth, but Lowe struck out. “Really no concern whatsoever with him,” Cash said before the game. Mike Brosseau started at second.Lowe was chosen as one of seven finalists for the American League Hank Aaron award, given since 1999 to “the most outstanding regular-season offensive performer” in each league. Lowe, voted the Rays' team MVP by the Tampa Bay chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America, hit .269 with 37 RBIs in 56 games while ranking among the AL leaders with 14 homers and a .916 OPS. The other AL finalists are Jose Abreu, White Sox; Nelson Cruz, Twins; Teoscar Hernandez, Blue Jays; DJ LeMahieu, Yankees; Jose Ramirez, Indians; Mike Trout, Angels. Winners are chosen with a combined vote of fans (via mlb.com/hankaaronaward , through Sunday) and a panel of Hall of Famers.The Rays have re-opened the team store at Tropicana Field to make available an assortment of new postseason merchandise, including T-shirts, caps and hoodies. The store is open 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Saturday, with masks required and social-distancing restrictions. Merchandise also can be ordered for contactless curbside pickup or shipping by calling (727) 342-5731 or emailing RaysRetail@RankandRally.com. Pop-up sales sites will set up Friday from 11:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m. at Lykes Gaslight Park in downtown Tampa, and 4–6 p.m. at Pier 60 in Clearwater. There are also new “stable” shirts in reference to the bullpen.Reliever Oliver Drake, who sustained a flexor strain injury during the ALDS and was later designated for assignment, declined an outright assignment as expected and elected free agency. Depending on the severity of his injury, and if surgery is needed, Drake could re-sign with the Rays. ... Houston’s Zack Greinke snapped a 10-game postseason winless streak. ... Jose Altuve and George Springer hit their 18th career postseason homers, tying Reggie Jackson and Mickey Mantle for fifth most. ... There was someone outside Petco Park, presumably, with a speaker, listing the names of Astros players, saying “You are a cheater, shame on you.” …. A couple more Rays fans were seen in San Diego. Former St. Pete residents David Spanos and Billy Crotts, who both now live and work in Los Angeles, drove down and watched the game from the rooftop bar of a nearby Marriott hotel.