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Rays at Athletics, 10:05 p.m. Monday, Oakland, Calif.

Tonight: at Athletics

10:05, Oakland Coliseum

TV/radio: Fox Sports Sun; 620-AM

Rays info: Toll-free 1-888-326-7297

Probable pitchers

RAYS: RH Jake Odorizzi (5-4, 4.63)

Athletics: RH Daniel Gossett (1-4, 6.23

On Odorizzi: Coming off rough finish to inconsistent first half, allowing seven runs to Red Sox on July 7. Has allowed 20 HRs, fourth most in AL, and in 23 straight games. Is 0-2, 3.97 vs. A's.

On Gossett: Makes seventh start since June 14 promotion. Has allowed eight homers in 301/3 innings but only five walks. Was 3-3, 3.41 in 11 starts at Triple A. Coming off loss to Mariners.

Rays vs. gossett

Rays vs. Gossett

None have faced.

a's vs. odorizzi

Yonder Alonso 1-for-5

Khris Davis 2-for-8, HR

Rajai Davis 1-for-2

Jed Lowrie 0-for-6

Marcus Semien 3-for-4, HR

On deck

Tuesday: at A's, 10:05. Rays, LH Blake Snell (0-5, 4.85); A's, RH Chris Smith (0-0, 4.50)

Wednesday: at A's, 3:35. Rays, RH Jake Faria (4-0, 2.00); A's, RH Sonny Gray (5-4, 3.72)

Thursday: Off

Friday: vs. Rangers, 7:10. Rays, RH Alex Cobb (8-6, 3.59); Rangers, RH Yu Darvish (6-8, 3.45)

Saturday: vs. Rangers, 7:10. Rays, RH Chris Archer (7-5, 3.91); Rangers, RH Andrew Cashner (4-7, 3.54)

Sunday: vs. Rangers, 1:10. Rays, RH Jake Odorizzi (5-4, 4.63); Rangers, RH Tyson Ross (2-1, 5.33)

Rays at Athletics, 10:05 p.m. Monday, Oakland, Calif. 07/16/17 [Last modified: Sunday, July 16, 2017 8:22pm]
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