May 20, 2024

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Tampa Bay continues to win in a “Devil Rays” uniform.

Tampa Bay continues to win in a “Devil Rays” uniform.

Tampa Bay is 13-3 (2-0 in 2024) and wearing its old name and uniform, a special promotion that began on Opening Day last season


TAMPA, Fla. – Judging by recent results,… Tampa Bay Rays It should be used often for him Old name: “Devil rays“.

Dominican II Amed Rosario He had two hits and drove in the tiebreaker and the Colombian designated hitter Harold Ramirez He went 3-for-4 with two runs scored, in Tampa Bay's 2-1 win over the San Francisco Giants on Friday, beginning an unusual series of interleague games at Tropicana Field.

The Rays have won five of their last six games, after starting the season with a win in five. San Francisco has lost three of its last four games.

Tampa Bay is 13-3 (2-0 in 2024) and wearing its old name and uniform, a special promotion that began on Opening Day last season and will occur every Friday at home this season.

The Central Florida franchise used the name “Devil Rays” from its birth in 1998 until they changed their name, logo, and colors in the 2008 season.

The Rays loaded the bases with no out in the second inning against the starters Keaton Waynebut they could only score one run, driven by a free walk to Cuban's first baseman Yandy Diaz. Wild release from Jacob Waguespack South Korea allowed to score Jung Ho Lee 1-1 tie for San Francisco in third place.

Tampa Bay responded immediately. Ramirez hit a pitch through shortstop after one out and Rosario doubled and advanced to third base on an error due to third baseman interference. Matt Chapman.

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Waghespack, who made his debut as a starter this season, worked four innings on four hits, one unearned run, two walks and four strikeouts. Garreth Cleavinger was the winning pitcher, while Winn was the losing pitcher, after a fine outing of five innings, two runs and six strikeouts. Pete Fairbanks He scored his third save.

While Tampa Bay improved its record to 8-6, San Francisco fell to 5-9. This is the Giants' fourth trip to St. Petersburg, where they are now 5-5.

For Game 2 of the series, Saturday afternoon, he will serve the Giants Logan Webb (0-1, 4.86), while the Rays will depend on Ryan Peabut (1-1, 4.63).

On Sunday, the star left-hander will start in San Francisco Blake Snell, who will make his second start since signing a one-year, $32 million contract as a free agent. Snell won his first two Cy Young Awards in 2018 with the Rays.