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Travis d'Arnaud hit three home runs, including a startling, three-run shot with two outs in the ninth inning off Aroldis Chapman, and the Tampa Bay Rays overcame their Yankee Stadium woes to beat New York 5-4 on Monday night.
Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer
Travis d'Arnaud's three home runs tonight all went to the opposite field. He's the first player in the 10-plus seasons of our pitch-tracking tool with three opposite-field homers in a single game.
David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer
So, kids, tell me about the legend of Travis d'Arnaud and how he earned the nickname "Yankee Killer." What a game for the Rays catcher (and leadoff hitter): His third home run of the game is a three-run shot with two outs and two strikes in the top of the ninth off Aroldis Chapman to give the Rays a 5-4 lead. He's driven in all five runs and if the Rays hold on, that has to go down as the Rays' biggest home run of the season.
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The Tampa Bay Rays took a combined perfect game into the ninth inning before Hanser Alberto beat the shift with a leadoff single against Ryan Yarbrough, wrecking history in the making and taking some of the edge off their 4-1 victory over the...
The Tampa Bay Rays' bid for the first combined perfect game in major league history ended with a leadoff single in the ninth inning by the Orioles' Hanser Alberto.
Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer
The perfecto bid is over. Hanser Alberto grounded a leadoff single to right in the ninth inning, breaking up a combined perfect-game bid by Rays hurlers Ryne Stanek and Ryan Yarbrough. It would have been the first combined perfect game in MLB history.
Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer
18 up, 18 down. Through six innings, the Rays are working on a combined perfect game against the Orioles. Opener Ryne Stanek pitched the first two innings, and Ryan Yarbrough has worked the last four. There's never been a combined perfect game in MLB.
Michael Brosseau and Nate Lowe each hit two of Tampa Bay's season-high six home runs, and the Rays pounded the Baltimore Orioles 12-4 Saturday night to earn a doubleheader split.
Stevie Wilkerson hit a two-run homer in the seventh inning to back a surprisingly effective performance by Baltimore's pitching staff, and the Orioles beat the Tampa Bay Rays 2-1 Saturday in the opener of a split doubleheader.
Tampa Bay emerged from the All-Star break by scoring seven runs in the first inning, and the Rays got homers from Tommy Pham and Nate Lowe in a 16-4 rout of the error-prone Baltimore Orioles on Friday night.
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