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2017 Schedule
11-12, 4th in AL East
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Smith's walk-off walk wins it for Orioles (0:11)
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Young Orioles fan loves popsicles (0:53)
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Seth Smith hits 'Little League home run' against the Rays (0:58)

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Corey Dickerson blasted his fifth homer of the season on Monday vs. the Orioles. The long ball was his third leadoff homer of 2017.

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Steven Souza Jr. took home his first career AL Player of the Week award, recording four multi-hit games in the process. Souza's strong start to the season has him tied for the AL lead in both hits (26) and RBI (17).

4d

2-run 10th inning leads Astros past Rays 6-4

Brian McCann and Yuli Gurriel both had RBI singles in the 10th inning, and the Houston Astros rallied from an early four-run deficit to beat the Tampa Bay Rays 6-4 on Sunday.

5d

Beckham, Rays rally to beat Astros 6-3

Tim Beckham's third straight hit came during a four-run sixth inning that helped carry the Tampa Bay Rays to a 6-3 win over the AL-West leading Houston Astros on Saturday night.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

Earlier, Tampa Bay's Corey Dickerson mashed a 445-foot homer with a 117.1 MPH exit velocity, making it the hardest hit ball so far this season in MLB, according to ESPN Stats & Info. Well, that didn't last long: The bomb Texas' Joey Gallo just hit off Kansas City's Nate Karns went 462 feet (!) with an exit velo of 123.6 mph (!!). According to our stat crew, that's the hardest-hit homer since ESPN since starting tracking these things in 2009.

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Rays DH Corey Dickerson led off the bottom of the first on Friday night by yanking a 3-2 pitch from Astros RHP Mike Fiers right down the line for the fastest HR bat speed this season.

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Steven Souza Jr.'s solo shot helped the Rays complete a three-game sweep of the Tigers at Tropicana Field.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Crazy ending in Rays-Tigers game. K-Rod is about to escape a bases-loaded, no-out jam with a double play, but Tigers shortstop Jose Iglesias trips on the bag and throws the ball away as two runs score and the Rays win 8-7. What a nightmare finish for the Tigers.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Red Sox 4, Rays 3: Make it three in a row for the Sox, who won the annual 11 a.m. Patriots' Day game at Fenway. Andrew Benintendi keyed a big second inning with a two-out, two-run double and finished with three hits. Craig Kimbrel nailed down another save with his third perfect ninth inning in as many games.

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Greg Bird's 444-foot shot off Adam Wainwright wasn't just Sunday's longest homer – it was the farthest hit by a Yankee since 2015. Two Brewers also had big blasts, while Adam Frazier's 432-footer was by far the longest of his young career.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs10210th
Batting Average.25112th
On Base Percentage.32812th
Slugging Percentage.41512th
Earned Run Average3.699th
Quality Starts530th
WHIP1.2917th
BAA.24314th

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