Rays bashed in rain-shortened game

by Gary Shelton on October 5, 2022

in general

Wednesday, 4 a.m.

Around the country, baseball fans are looking at the Tampa Bay Rays with one question in mind.

How in the world did this team make the playoffs?

Frankly, the same questions are becoming more commonplace in Tampa Bay, too.

The Rays lost, again, on Tuesday night. This time, it was 6-0 against Boston in a rain-shortened game. You can argue whether it was weather or if the skies just got bored from the game.

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In it, the Rays managed just two hits, one each from the eighth and ninth hitters in the batting order. Colin Poche gave up a grand slam to Xavier Bogaerts before being injured. Poche come into the game with 10 homers allowed, 10th most among relief pitchers

The Rays finish their regular season at 4:10 p.m. today at Fenway Park. The Rays will start Drew Rasmussen against Nick Pivetta.

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