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Rays extra

By Times staff writer
© St. Petersburg Times
published June 21, 2002


TONIGHT: RAYS AT ROCKIES

WHEN/WHERE: 9:05; Coors Field, Denver.

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

PITCHERS: Rays -- RHP Paul Wilson (2-6, 4.06); Rockies -- RHP Shawn Chacon (3-4, 4.56).

WORTH NOTING: Wilson has the best ERA among Rays starters but is winless since May 12, a span of six starts. ... In his past three losses, the Rays have scored seven. ... Chacon, a 24-year-old right-hander, is making his third start since returning from the disabled list. He got no-decisions in his past two, allowing four runs in 12 innings.

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 home games.

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

TEAM LEADERS

TYING/GO-AHEAD RBIs: Vaughn 13; Grieve 12; Winn, Cox 10.

INFIELD HITS: Winn 13; Tyner 9.

BUNT HITS: Tyner 5; Winn 4.

CATCHER'S EFFICIENCY: Flaherty (7-28, .250), Hoover (2-6, .333).

OUTFIELD ASSISTS: Winn 8; Grieve 5.

RAYS BY THE NUMBERS

DAY/NIGHT: 7-14/17-3

GRASS/TURF: 10-18/14-28

VS. EAST: 9-24

VS. CENTRAL: 6-7

VS. WEST: 4-8

VS. NL: 5-7

VS. RH/LH STARTERS: 20-38/4-8

AHEAD AFTER 6/7/8: 14-7/15-6/18-4

BEHIND AFTER 6/7/8: 3-32/4-37/2-38

TIED AFTER 6/7/8: 7-7/5-3/4-4

1-RUN/2-RUN GAMES: 10-9/4-10

EXTRA INNINGS: 5-2

LAST AT-BAT WINS: 9

FROM-BEHIND WINS: 13

FROM-AHEAD LOSSES: 24

MAKING ERROR: 11-24

HITTING HOMER: 12-25

HITTING HOMERS: 7-6

SCORING FIRST: 16-14

SCORING 4 OR MORE: 18-13

SCORING FEWER THAN 4: 7-32

OUTHITTING OPPONENTS: 17-5

BEING OUTHIT: 1-35

GETTING 10 OR MORE HITS: 17-10

GIVING UP 10 OR MORE HITS: 7-27

ATTENDANCE REPORT

HOME DATES: 34

HOME TOTAL: 442,310

HOME AVERAGE: 13,009

2001 AVERAGE: 16,029

LARGEST: 38,142 vs. Tigers, April 2

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

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