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76-80, 3rd in AL East
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American League headlines home run parade

On Sunday, four of the five longest home runs were hit by AL players, including the Athletics' Khris Davis, who hit his 41st homer of the season against the Rangers. The Rays' Kevin Kiermaier and Jesus Sucre each hit 420-plus foot homers, but they came in a losing effort to the Orioles.

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Kiermaier goes yard on first pitch of the game (0:16)
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Tuesday's longest home runs

It was a tight race at the top, with Kyle Schwarber's laser to right-center narrowly edging out Hunter Pence and Justin Upton. Oakland's Matt Chapman and Tampa Bay's Brad Miller round out the group.

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Brad Miller's home run for the Rays was the 5,691st in MLB this season. That's 3 shy of breaking the MLB record set in 2000.

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Rays 3, Red Sox 2: Eduardo Rodriguez picked a bad time to make his worst mistake. On his 110th and final pitch of the game, Rodriguez allowed a solo homer to Jesus Sucre that broke a tie and sent the Rays to a victory in the finale of a three-game series. The Red Sox didn't have a hit until the sixth inning, when Jackie Bradley Jr. hit a two-run homer against Rays starter Jake Odorizzi. David Price tossed two scoreless innings in relief, his first game action since July 22. The Rays snapped their three-game losing streak.

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Cubs skipper Maddon eager for Tampa return

Joe Maddon returns to Tampa this week for the first time since being the only Rays manager to take the team to the World Series.

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Jackie Bradley Jr. with the first hit of the game vs. Rays starter Jake Odorizzi, a two-run homer to right field in the sixth inning. It also ties the score, 2-2.

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Rays starter Jake Odorizzi hasn't allowed a hit through five innings against the Red Sox. Odorizzi has permitted one baserunner, a one-out walk to Dustin Pedroia in the first inning. He has retired 14 batters in a row. Rays lead, 1-0.

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Red Sox 3, Rays 1: Rick Porcello delivered precisely what Boston needed after a 15-inning endurance test Friday night. Porcello was sharp and economical, breezing through 7 1/3 innings and leading the Red Sox to their third consecutive victory. Mookie Betts homered and drove in two runs, as the Red Sox (85-63) maintained their 3-game lead atop the AL East. The Rays (72-77), meanwhile, lost for the seventh time in nine games.

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Red Sox beat Rays with 7 runs in 15th

Xander Bogaerts had two hits in the Boston's seven-run 15th inning Friday night and the Red Sox beat the Tampa Bay Rays 13-6 in a game that lasted 6 hours and 5 minutes.

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Red Sox 13, Rays 6 (15 inn.): This is becoming a trend. For the fourth time this season, the Red Sox played a game that lasted at least 15 innings. And they capped a 6-hour, 5-minute marathon by scoring seven runs in the top of the 15th. The Red Sox tied the game with three runs in the ninth inning, took a lead in the 14th, then gave it back. By outlasting the Rays, the Sox stayed three games ahead of the Yankees in the AL East.

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Red Sox and Rays are headed to the 12th inning at the Trop. Between them, the teams have used 30 position players and 17 pitchers. There have been 377 pitches thrown in the game and 20 runners left on base.

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One week after Kevin Kiermaier was robbed of extra bases by Jackie Bradley Jr., he returns to the favor with an incredible diving catch. Simply amazing.

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Announced attendance at Tropicana Field in the Rays' first game back since Hurricane Irma: 16,006.

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Rays activate Faria from DL

Tampa Bay activated RHP Jacob Faria (abdominal strain) from the 10-day disabled list on Friday. Faria owns a 3.32 ERA with 77 strikeouts in 13 starts this season.

Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average3.999th
Quality Starts72Tied-10th
WHIP1.276th
BAA.2438th
Runs66626th
Batting Average.24425th
On Base Percentage.31622nd
Slugging Percentage.42319th