After scoring 14 runs on 17 hits — both season-high totals — against the Kansas City Royals on Tuesday, the Tampa Bay Rays will look to cap their six-game road trip with another sweep tonight.
After sweeping the New York Yankees in the Bronx, the Tampa Bay Rays will continue their second road trip of the season when they start a three-game set against the Royals in Kansas City on Monday.
After an 8-2 win over the Yankees in the Bronx, the Tampa Bay Rays will look to win their second consecutive series of the season against New York this afternoon. Tampa Bay is now 3-1 this season against the Yankees and 14-5 against them over a 19-game stretch (including postseason play).
Michael Wacha was impressive against Atlanta on Thursday, while the Tampa Bay Rays announced a pair of Spring roster cuts the last few days, whittling the Spring Training roster down to 33.
Right-hander, Michael Wacha, got the start yesterday and was impressive across four shutout frames. Leaning primarily on his four-seamer, Wacha limited the Twins to just one hit — a Luis Arraez double — and struck out three on 53 pitches (36 strikes, 68% strike rate).