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45-35, 2nd in AL East
Adames hits 424-foot homer in 7th (0:28)

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

For the second straight night, the Twins have lost a starting outfielder. Tonight it was Eddie Rosario, who appeared to turn his ankle when rounding first on what would have been a third-inning double. Instead as he pulled up in a limp, he was tagged out as he slammed his helmet to the turf in frustration. Last night, Max Kepler exited early after being hit by a pitch on his right elbow. Kepler's injury isn't believed to be serious though there was some fluid build-up on the elbow today. Before the game, Minnesota manager Rocco Baldelli joked about using pitcher Kyle Gibson in the outfield. If things get any worse, he may have to do it.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

The Twins' Marwin Gonzalez is injured but he found a way to contribute anyway by stumping for his four teammates in the final balloting that's underway for the All-Star Game.

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6h

Montreal group supports idea of sharing Rays

Stephen Bronfman, the son of the former Montreal Expos owner, says the city is ready and willing to share a team with the Tampa Bay Rays.

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23hBradford Doolittle

Slumping Snell feels good despite tough June

After getting knocked out in the fourth inning of Tuesday's 9-4 loss to the Twins, Blake Snell has a 11.94 ERA in five June starts.

Snell shelled for career-high 11 hits (0:59)
Schoop hits solo HR off of Snell (0:25)

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

The struggles of Rays ace Blake Snell deepened on Tuesday when he was knocked out in the fourth inning against the Twins. Snell allowed seven runs and a career-high 11 hits over 3 1/3 innings. He went just 1/3 of inning in his last outing and 3 1/3 the start before that. Snell's ERA in June is 11.94 over five starts, raising his season mark from 3.06 entering the month to 5.01 overall. It's all Minnesota here at Target Field.

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Rays owner: Tampa-Montreal plan best option

The principal owner of the Rays says it's unrealistic for his team to play full time in the Tampa Bay area, and a shared season with Montreal is the best option.

Rays owner 'asking for open minds' on Montreal plan (1:43)
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BBTN: Rays' Move? Bumgarner Status, Austin Meadows

Before a conversation with Rays OF Austin Meadows (41:32), Buster discusses the possibility of the Rays splitting time between TB and Montreal with Marc Topkin (10:04) & Boog Sciambi (18:04). Plus, Boog weighs in on Madison Bumgarner's future, Albert Pujols' return to St. Louis & more.

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6dJeff Passan

Rays to explore splitting games with Montreal

The Rays have received permission from MLB's executive council to explore a plan in which they would play early season home games in the Tampa Bay area and the rest of the year in Montreal, commissioner Rob Manfred said Thursday.

Passan: Splitting games with Montreal a last-ditch effort for Rays (2:20)

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Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average3.28
Quality Starts0
WHIP1.16
BAA.226
Runs367
Batting Average.257
On Base Percentage.331
Slugging Percentage.430