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By Times staff writer
© St. Petersburg Times
published June 9, 2002

TODAY: RAYS VS. PADRES

WHEN/WHERE: 1:15; Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg.

PITCHERS: Padres -- Bobby Jones (3-4, 5.40); Rays -- Paul Wilson (2-4, 3.81).

TV/RADIO: Ch. 10; WFLA-AM 970.

WORTH NOTING: Wilson had four starts against the Padres while with the Mets in 1996 and is 0-4 with a 8.02 ERA. Today will be his first interleague start. He made six interleague relief appearances last season and had a 2.00 ERA in nine innings. ... Jones is 0-2 with a 5.21 ERA in his past three starts and 0-1 with a 11.81 ERA in one career game against the Rays. ... The first 7,500 fans ages 14 and younger receive a glove courtesy of Southwest Airlines.

RAYS TICKETS: Available at Tropicana Field box office, through all Ticketmaster outlets, online at devilrays.com or ticketmaster.com and at the Rays Dugout Store at WestShore Plaza. Beach tickets ($5 for adults, $2 for children and seniors) go on sale two hours before the game.

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

OUTTA LEFTFIELD

With the Padres in town for interleague play, the past three starting shortstops for the Tigers were reunited. Alan Trammell, who played in 2,293 games with Detroit from 1977-96, is San Diego's first-base coach. Rays shortstop Chris Gomez took over for Trammell and played in 301 games for the Tigers from 1993-96. Deivi Cruz, the Padres shortstop, came in after Gomez and played in 703 games from 1997-2001.

"You don't see that too often," Trammell said.

RAYS BY THE NUMBERS

HOME/ROAD: 11-18/8-22

DAY/NIGHT: 6-12/13-28

GRASS/TURF: 7-15/12-25

VS. EAST: 9-24

VS. CENTRAL: 6-7

VS. WEST: 4-8

VS. NL: 0-1

VS. RH/LH STARTERS: 17-32/2-8

AHEAD AFTER 6/7/8: 12-7/12-6/14-4

BEHIND AFTER 6/7/8: 3-26/3-31/1-32

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

1-RUN/2-RUN GAMES: 8-9/4-9

EXTRA INNINGS: 3-2

LAST AT-BAT WINS: 7

FROM-BEHIND WINS: 10

FROM-AHEAD LOSSES: 22

HITTING HOMER: 10-21

SCORING FIRST: 12-12

SCORING 4 OR MORE: 14-11

SCORING FEWER THAN 4: 6-28

OUTHITTING OPPONENTS: 12-4

BEING OUTHIT: 1-30

GETTING 10 OR MORE HITS: 12-9

GIVING UP 10 OR MORE HITS: 7-23

TEAM LEADERS

(Through Saturday)

TYING/GO-AHEAD RBIs: Vaughn 12; Grieve 9; Winn 8; Cox 7; Gomez 6, Abernathy, Johnson 5; Conti, Flaherty 3; Escalona, Sandberg 2

INFIELD HITS: Winn 13; Abernathy, Gomez 5; Vaughn 4

BUNT HITS: Winn 4

CATCHER'S EFFICIENCY: Flaherty (4-18, .222), Hoover (1-1, 1.000)

OUTFIELD ASSISTS: Winn 7; Grieve 5

ATTENDANCE REPORT

HOME DATES: 29

HOME TOTAL: 381,581

HOME AVERAGE: 13,158

2001 AVERAGE: 16,029

LARGEST: 38,142 vs. Tigers, April 2

SMALLEST: 10,130 vs. A's, May 30


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