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By Times staff writer
© St. Petersburg Times
published May 26, 2002

TODAY: RAYS AT A'S

WHEN/WHERE: 4:05; Network Associates Coliseum, Oakland, Calif.

PITCHERS: Rays -- LHP Joe Kennedy (3-3, 3.41); A's -- LHP Barry Zito (4-2, 3.92)

TV/RADIO: Ch. 32; WFLA-AM 970.

WORTH NOTING: Kennedy made back-to-back starts against the A's in September with no decisions and a 3.00 ERA. ... Zito is 11-0 with a 2.60 ERA in his past 18 home starts. ... He is 2-0 with a 1.90 ERA against the Rays.

INFORMATION: Call toll-free 1-888-FAN-RAYS.

RAYS BY THE NUMBERS

HOME/ROAD: 9-13/7-18

DAY/NIGHT: 6-9/10-22

GRASS/TURF: 7-13/9-18

VS. EAST: 8-21

VS. CENTRAL: 6-7

VS. WEST: 2-3

VS. NL: 0-0

VS. RH/LH STARTERS: 14-26/2-5

AHEAD AFTER 6/7/8: 9-6/10-5/12-4

BEHIND AFTER 6/7/8: 3-21/2-25/1-25

TIED AFTER 6/7/8: 4-4/4-1/3-2

ONE-RUN/TWO-RUN GAMES: 7-8/3-7

EXTRA INNINGS: 2-2

LAST AT-BAT WINS: 6

COME-FROM-BEHIND WINS: 9

COME-FROM-AHEAD LOSSES: 17

MAKING ERROR: 8-18

HITTING HOMER: 8-15

HITTING HOMERS: 4-3

SCORING FIRST: 9-8

SCORING 4 OR MORE: 11-8

SCORING FEWER THAN 4: 6-22

OUTHITTING OPPONENTS: 9-2

BEING OUTHIT: 1-24

GETTING 10 OR MORE HITS: 10-7

GIVING UP 10 OR MORE HITS: 7-20

ATTENDANCE REPORT

HOME DATES: 22

HOME TOTAL: 304,614

HOME AVERAGE: 13,846

2001 AVERAGE: 16,029

LARGEST: 38,142 vs. Tigers, April 2

SMALLEST: 10,264 vs. Orioles, May 12

TEAM LEADERS

(through Friday)

TYING/GO-AHEAD RBIs: Grieve, Winn 7; Cox 6; Abernathy, Gomez, Johnson, Tyner, Vaughn 5.

INFIELD HITS: Tyner, Winn 9.

BUNT HITS: Tyner 5; Winn 2

OUTFIELD ASSISTS: Winn 6; Grieve 4.

CATCHERS EFFICIENCY: Hall 8-23, .348; Flaherty 0-12, .000.


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