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2013 Tampa Bay Rays season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2013 Tampa Bay Rays
American League Wild Card
Tampa-Bay-Rays-Logo-2008-2018-700x394.png
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record92–71 (.564)
Divisional place2nd
Other information
Owner(s)Stuart Sternberg
General manager(s)Andrew Friedman (de facto)
Manager(s)Joe Maddon
Local televisionSun Sports
(Dewayne Staats, Brian Anderson, Todd Kalas)
Local radioTampa Bay Rays Radio Network (English)
(Andy Freed, Dave Wills, Todd Kalas)
WGES (Spanish)
(Ricardo Taveras, Enrique Oliu)
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The Tampa Bay Rays' 2013 season was the Rays' 16th season of Major League Baseball and the sixth as the "Rays" (all at Tropicana Field). The Rays hoped to improve upon their 90–72 record and third-place finish from 2012. After 162 games, the Rays had a 91–71 record, but fell into a tie with the Texas Rangers for the last remaining wild card berth. The Rays won in a tie-breaker game on September 30 and then beat the Cleveland Indians in the 2013 American League Wild Card Game on October 2. They advanced to play the Boston Red Sox in the 2013 American League Division Series, but lost the series in four games.

Offseason

The Rays decided to pick up the options of starting pitcher James Shields, closer Fernando Rodney, and catcher José Molina, while declining the option of designated hitter Luke Scott on October 31, 2012.[1]

Third baseman Evan Longoria was given a six-year, $100 million contract extension on November 26, 2012. This put Longoria under contract with Tampa Bay through the 2022 season, with a team option for 2023.[2][3]

Pitchers James Shields and Wade Davis, along with a player to be named later (who turned out to be Elliot Johnson on February 12[4]), were traded on the night of December 9, 2012 to the Kansas City Royals. In return, the Rays acquired four Kansas City prospects: outfielder Wil Myers, pitchers Jake Odorizzi and Mike Montgomery, and third baseman Patrick Leonard.[5]

Reliever Kyle Farnsworth was re-signed to a one-year $3 million contract with incentives on January 24.[6]

Infielder Reid Brignac was traded to the Colorado Rockies on February 14. The Rockies sent cash considerations and a player to be named later.[7]

Some of the Rays' losses to free agency included center fielder B. J. Upton, who signed a five-year, $75.25 million deal with the Atlanta Braves.[8] The Rays had previously offered Upton a one-year $13.3 million qualifying offer in order to receive draft pick compensation should Upton not re-sign.[9] The Rays also lost infielder Jeff Keppinger when he signed a three-year, $12 million agreement with the Chicago White Sox on December 5, 2012.[10] Reliever J. P. Howell signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers for one year and $2.85 million, plus $1.2 million in performance bonuses, on January 6.[11]

Season standings

American League East

AL East W L Pct. GB Home Road
Boston Red Sox 97 65 0.599 53–28 44–37
Tampa Bay Rays 92 71 0.564 51–30 41–41
New York Yankees 85 77 0.525 12 46–35 39–42
Baltimore Orioles 85 77 0.525 12 46–35 39–42
Toronto Blue Jays 74 88 0.457 23 40–41 34–47


American League Wild Card

Division Winners W L Pct.
Boston Red Sox 97 65 0.599
Oakland Athletics 96 66 0.593
Detroit Tigers 93 69 0.574


Wild Card teams
(Top two qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Cleveland Indians 92 70 0.568
Tampa Bay Rays 92 71 0.564
Texas Rangers 91 72 0.558 1
Kansas City Royals 86 76 0.531
Baltimore Orioles 85 77 0.525
New York Yankees 85 77 0.525
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 78 84 0.481 13½
Toronto Blue Jays 74 88 0.457 17½
Seattle Mariners 71 91 0.438 20½
Minnesota Twins 66 96 0.407 25½
Chicago White Sox 63 99 0.389 28½
Houston Astros 51 111 0.315 40½


Record vs. opponents

Team BAL BOS CWS CLE DET HOU KC LAA MIN NYY OAK SEA TB TEX TOR NL
Baltimore 11–8 4–3 3–4 4–2 4–2 3–4 5–2 3–3 9–10 5–2 2–4 6–13 5–2 10–9 11–9
Boston 8–11 4–2 6–1 3–4 6–1 2–5 3–3 4–3 13–6 3–3 6–1 12–7 2–4 11–8 14–6
Chicago 3–4 2–4 2–17 7–12 3–4 9–10 3–4 8–11 3–3 2–5 3–3 2–5 4–2 4–3 8–12
Cleveland 4–3 1–6 17–2 4–15 6–1 10–9 4–2 13–6 1–6 5–2 5–2 2–4 5–1 4–2 11–9
Detroit 2–4 4–3 12–7 15–4 6–1 9–10 0–6 11–8 3–3 3–4 5–2 3–3 3–4 5–2 12–8
Houston 2–4 1–6 4–3 1–6 1–6 2–4 10–9 1–5 1–5 4–15 9–10 2–5 2–17 3–4 8–12
Kansas City 4–3 5–2 10–9 9–10 10–9 4–2 2–5 15–4 2–5 1–5 4–3 6–1 3–3 2–4 9–11
Los Angeles 2–5 3–3 4–3 2–4 6–0 9–10 5–2 1–5 3–4 8–11 11–8 4–3 4–15 6–1 10–10
Minnesota 3–3 3–4 11–8 6–13 8–11 5–1 4–15 5–1 2–5 1–6 4–3 1–6 4–3 1–5 8–12
New York 10–9 6–13 3–3 6–1 3–3 5–1 5–2 4–3 5–2 1–5 4–3 7–12 3–4 14–5 9–11
Oakland 2–5 3–3 5–2 2–5 4–3 15–4 5–1 11–8 6–1 5–1 8–11 3–3 10–9 4–3 13–7
Seattle 4–2 1–6 3–3 2–5 2–5 10–9 3–4 8–11 3–4 3–4 11–8 3–3 7–12 3–3 8–12
Tampa Bay 13–6 7–12 5–2 4–2 3–3 5–2 1–6 3–4 6–1 12–7 3–3 3–3 4–4 11–8 12–8
Texas 2–5 4–2 2–4 1–5 4–3 17–2 3–3 15–4 3–4 4–3 9–10 12–7 4–4 1–6 10–10
Toronto 9–10 8–11 3–4 2–4 2–5 4–3 4–2 1–6 5–1 5–14 3–4 3–3 8–11 6–1 11–9


Schedule

Regular season

2013 Game Log
April (12–14)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Recap
1 April 2 Orioles 4–7 Hammel (1–0) McGee (0–1) Johnson (1) 34,078 0–1 [1]
2 April 3 Orioles 8–7 Rodney (1–0) Hunter (0–1) 15,599 1–1 [2]
3 April 4 Orioles 3–6 González (1–0) Hernández (0–1) Johnson (2) 17,491 1–2 [3]
4 April 5 Indians 4–0 Moore (1–0) McAllister (0–1) 16,019 2–2 [4]
5 April 6 Indians 6–0 Cobb (1–0) Bauer (0–1) 32,217 3–2 [5]
6 April 7 Indians 0–13 Masterson (2–0) Price (0–1) 21,629 3–3 [6]
7 April 8 @ Rangers 4–5 Ogando (2–0) Hellickson (0–1) Nathan (2) 27,355 3–4 [7]
8 April 9 @ Rangers 1–6 Tepesch (1–0) Hernández (0–2) 31,398 3–5 [8]
9 April 10 @ Rangers 2–0 Moore (2–0) Holland (0–1) Rodney (1) 26,643 4–5 [9]
April 12 @ Red Sox Postponed (rain); Makeup: June 18
10 April 13 @ Red Sox 1–2 (10) Tazawa (2–0) Gomes (0–1) 33,039 4–6 [10]
11 April 14 @ Red Sox 0–5 Buchholz (3–0) Cobb (1–1) 35,198 4–7 [11]
12 April 15 @ Red Sox 2–3 Bailey (1–0) Peralta (0–1) 37,449 4–8 [12]
13 April 16 @ Orioles 4–5 Arrieta (1–0) Hernández (0–3) Johnson (6) 14,670 4–9 [13]
14 April 17 @ Orioles 6–2 Moore (3–0) Tillman (0–1) 13,591 5–9 [14]
15 April 18 @ Orioles 6–10 (10) Patton (1–0) Wright (0–1) 13,986 5–10 [15]
16 April 19 Athletics 8–3 Cobb (2–1) Anderson (1–3) 15,115 6–10 [16]
17 April 20 Athletics 1–0 Hellickson (1–1) Parker (0–3) Rodney (2) 25,611 7–10 [17]
18 April 21 Athletics 8–1 Hernández (1–3) Milone (3–1) 25,954 8–10 [18]
19 April 22 Yankees 5–1 Moore (4–0) Sabathia (3–2) 15,331 9–10 [19]
20 April 23 Yankees 3–4 Robertson (1–0) Price (0–2) Rivera (6) 17,644 9–11 [20]
21 April 24 Yankees 3–0 Cobb (3–1) Pettitte (3–1) Rodney (3) 19,177 10–11 [21]
22 April 25 @ White Sox 2–5 Sale (2–2) Hellickson (1–2) Reed (7) 15,056 10–12 [22]
23 April 26 @ White Sox 4–5 Peavy (3–1) Hernández (1–4) Reed (8) 20,008 10–13 [23]
24 April 27 @ White Sox 10–4 Moore (5–0) Floyd (0–4) 25,270 11–13 [24]
25 April 28 @ White Sox 8–3 Price (1–2) Jones (0–2) 22,677 12–13 [25]
26 April 30 @ Royals 2–8 Shields (2–2) Cobb (3–2) 12,378 12–14 [26]
May (18–10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Recap
27 May 1 @ Royals 8–9 Chen (0–2) McGee (0–2) Holland (7) 11,514 12–15 [27]
May 2 @ Royals Postponed (rain); Makeup: August 26
28 May 3 @ Rockies 7–4 (10) Farnsworth (1–0) Belisle (1–2) Rodney (4) 30,255 13–15 [28]
29 May 4 @ Rockies 3–9 Garland (3–2) Price (1–3) 29,099 13–16 [29]
30 May 5 @ Rockies 8–3 Cobb (4–2) Chacín (3–1) 39,220 14–16 [30]
31 May 6 Blue Jays 7–8 Oliver (1–1) Rodney (1–1) Janssen (8) 9,952 14–17 [31]
32 May 7 Blue Jays 4–6 Delabar (3–1) Peralta (0–2) Janssen (9) 10,273 14–18 [32]
33 May 8 Blue Jays 10–4 Moore (6–0) Romero (0–2) 11,075 15–18 [33]
34 May 9 Blue Jays 5–4 (10) Farnsworth (2–0) Loup (1–3) 11,979 16–18 [34]
35 May 10 Padres 6–3 McGee (1–2) Thayer (0–2) Rodney (5) 12,424 17–18 [35]
36 May 11 Padres 8–7 Ramos (1–0) Street (0–2) 18,587 18–18 [36]
37 May 12 Padres 4–2 Hernández (2–4) Stults (3–3) Rodney (6) 17,396 19–18 [37]
38 May 14 Red Sox 5–3 Moore (7–0) Lackey (1–4) Rodney (7) 15,227 20–18 [38]
39 May 15 Red Sox 2–9 Lester (6–0) Price (1–4) 15,767 20–19 [39]
40 May 16 Red Sox 3–4 Tazawa (3–2) Rodney (1–2) 16,055 20–20 [40]
41 May 17 @ Orioles 12–10 Hellickson (2–2) Hammel (5–2) Peralta (1) 38,061 21–20 [41]
42 May 18 @ Orioles 10–6 Torres (1–0) Johnson (1–4) 34,685 22–20 [42]
43 May 19 @ Orioles 3–1 Moore (8–0) Tillman (3–2) Rodney (8) 37,704 23–20 [43]
44 May 20 @ Blue Jays 5–7 Dickey (4–5) Lueke (0–1) 29,885 23–21 [44]
45 May 21 @ Blue Jays 4–3 Cobb (5–2) Ortiz (1–2) Rodney (9) 15,802 24–21 [45]
46 May 22 @ Blue Jays 3–4 (10) Loup (2–3) Ramos (1–1) 18,771 24–22 [46]
47 May 24 Yankees 4–9 Phelps (3–2) Hernández (2–5) 17,825 24–23 [47]
48 May 25 Yankees 3–4 (11) Nova (2–1) Lueke (0–2) Rivera (18) 25,874 24–24 [48]
49 May 26 Yankees 8–3 Cobb (6–2) Sabathia (4–4) 24,159 25–24 [49]
50 May 27 Marlins 10–6 McGee (2–2) Fernández (2–3) 13,025 26–24 [50]
51 May 28 Marlins 7–6 Rodney (2–2) Dunn (1–1) 13,876 27–24 [51]
52 May 29 @ Marlins 3–1 Hernández (3–5) Koehler (0–3) Rodney (10) 16,671 28–24 [52]
53 May 30 @ Marlins 5–2 Colomé (1–0) Nolasco (3–6) Rodney (11) 23,199 29–24 [53]
54 May 31 @ Indians 9–2 Wright (1–1) Barnes (0–1) Ramos (1) 29,603 30–24 [54]
June (13–15)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Recap
55 June 1 @ Indians 0–5 Jiménez (4–3) Archer (0–1) 22,748 30–25 [55]
56 June 2 @ Indians 11–3 Hellickson (3–2) McAllister (4–5) 18,106 31–25 [56]
57 June 4 @ Tigers 1–10 Sánchez (6–5) Moore (8–1) 30,569 31–26 [57]
58 June 5 @ Tigers 3–0 Peralta (1–2) Fister (5–3) Rodney (12) 30,005 32–26 [58]
59 June 6 @ Tigers 2–5 Scherzer (8–0) Hernández (3–6) Valverde (7) 36,168 32–27 [59]
60 June 7 Orioles 2–1 Archer (1–1) Hammel (7–4) Rodney (13) 13,256 33–27 [60]
61 June 8 Orioles 8–0 Hellickson (4–2) Gausman (0–3) 21,834 34–27 [61]
62 June 9 Orioles 7–10 Tillman (6–2) Moore (8–2) Johnson (21) 19,921 34–28 [62]
63 June 10 Red Sox 8–10 (14) Morales (2–0) Ramos (1–2) 15,477 34–29 [63]
64 June 11 Red Sox 8–3 Hernández (4–6) Lester (6–3) 16,870 35–29 [64]
65 June 12 Red Sox 1–2 Aceves (3–1) Archer (1–2) Bailey (7) 15,091 35–30 [65]
66 June 13 Royals 1–10 Santana (5–5) Hellickson (4–3) 11,398 35–31 [66]
67 June 14 Royals 2–7 Mendoza (2–3) Moore (8–3) 13,407 35–32 [67]
68 June 15 Royals 5–3 Torres (2–0) Guthrie (7–4) Rodney (14) 18,593 36–32 [68]
69 June 16 Royals 3–5 Davis (4–5) Hernández (4–7) Holland (14) 27,442 36–33 [69]
70 June 18 (1) @ Red Sox 1–5 Aceves (4–1) Archer (1–3) 33,430 36–34 [70]
71 June 18 (2) @ Red Sox 1–3 Bailey (3–0) Peralta (1–3) 32,156 36–35 [71]
72 June 19 @ Red Sox 6–2 Hellickson (5–3) Dempster (4–8) 35,710 37–35 [72]
73 June 20 @ Yankees 8–3 Moore (9–3) Pettitte (5–5) 37,649 38–35 [73]
74 June 21 @ Yankees 2–6 Phelps (5–4) Hernández (4–8) 41,123 38–36 [74]
75 June 22 @ Yankees 5–7 Sabathia (8–5) Peralta (1–4) Rivera (24) 46,013 38–37 [75]
76 June 23 @ Yankees 3–1 Archer (2–3) Nova (2–2) Rodney (15) 46,054 39–37 [76]
77 June 24 Blue Jays 4–1 Hellickson (6–3) Robers (3–3) Rodney (16) 11,407 40–37 [77]
78 June 25 Blue Jays 5–1 Moore (10–3) Buehrle (4–5) 12,041 41–37 [78]
79 June 26 Blue Jays 0–3 Dickey (8–9) Hernández (4–9) 21,502 41–38 [79]
80 June 28 Tigers 3–6 Scherzer (12–0) Colomé (1–1) Benoit (5) 17,645 41–39 [80]
81 June 29 Tigers 4–3 (10) Rodney (3–2) Rondón (0–1) 23,809 42–39 [81]
82 June 30 Tigers 3–1 Hellickson (7–3) Porcello (4–6) Rodney (17) 23,427 43–39 [82]
July (21–5)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Recap
83 July 1 @ Astros 12–0 Moore (11–3) Keuchel (4–5) 12,722 44–39 [83]
84 July 2 @ Astros 8–0 Price (2–4) Bédard (3–4) 19,631 45–39 [84]
85 July 3 @ Astros 1–4 Norris (6–7) Hernández (4–10) Veras (17) 14,143 45–40 [85]
86 July 4 @ Astros 7–5 (11) Wright (2–1) Fields (0–1) Rodney (18) 20,470 46–40 [86]
87 July 5 White Sox 8–3 Hellickson (8–3) Axelrod (3–5) 15,825 47–40 [87]
88 July 6 White Sox 3–0 Moore (12–3) Sale (5–8) Rodney (19) 21,047 48–40 [88]
89 July 7 White Sox 3–1 Price (3–4) Danks (2–6) 16,832 49–40 [89]
90 July 8 Twins 7–4 Torres (3–0) Deduno (4–4) Rodney (20) 11,516 50–40 [90]
91 July 9 Twins 4–1 Archer (3–3) Gibson (1–2) Rodney (21) 12,777 51–40 [91]
92 July 10 Twins 4–3 (13) Ramos (2–2) Pressly (2–1) 12,757 52–40 [92]
93 July 11 Twins 4–3 Moore (13–3) Pelfrey (4–7) McGee (1) 24,571 53–40 [93]
94 July 12 Astros 1–2 Cosart (1–0) Price (3–5) Veras (18) 13,347 53–41 [94]
95 July 13 Astros 4–3 Hernández (5–10) Harrell (5–10) Rodney (22) 20,409 54–41 [95]
96 July 14 Astros 5–0 Archer (4–3) Bédard (3–6) 21,180 55–41 [96]
All-Star Break
97 July 19 @ Blue Jays 8–5 Price (4–5) Cecil (3–1) 33,266 56–41 [97]
98 July 20 @ Blue Jays 4–3 Hellickson (9–3) Buehrle (5–7) Rodney (23) 42,639 57–41 [98]
99 July 21 @ Blue Jays 4–3 Archer (5–3) Dickey (8–11) Rodney (24) 41,247 58–41 [99]
100 July 22 @ Red Sox 3–0 Moore (14–3) Workman (0–1) 35,016 59–41 [100]
101 July 23 @ Red Sox 2–6 Lester (9–6) Hernández (5–11) 34,609 59–42 [101]
102 July 24 @ Red Sox 5–1 Price (5–5) Doubront (7–4) 26,514 60–42 [102]
July 25 @ Red Sox Postponed (rain); Makeup: July 29
103 July 26 @ Yankees 10–6 Hellickson (10–3) Sabathia (9–9) Rodney (25) 44,486 61–42 [103]
104 July 27 @ Yankees 1–0 Archer (6–3) Nova (4–4) 43,424 62–42 [104]
105 July 28 @ Yankees 5–6 Rivera (2–2) McGee (2–3) 47,714 62–43 [105]
106 July 29 @ Red Sox 2–1 Price (6–5) Doubront (7–5) Rodney (26) 37,242 63–43 [106]
107 July 30 Diamondbacks 5–2 Hernández (6–11) Kennedy (3–8) 17,402 64–43 [107]
108 July 31 Diamondbacks 0–7 Miley (8–8) Hellickson (10–4) 25,095 64–44 [108]
August (11–15)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Recap
109 August 2 Giants 1–4 Bumgarner (11–6) Archer (6–4) Romo (26) 20,144 64–45 [109]
110 August 3 Giants 2–1 Rodney (4–2) Machi (2–1) 31,969 65–45 [110]
111 August 4 Giants 4–3 Torres (4–0) Mijares (0–3) Rodney (27) 34,078 66–45 [111]
112 August 6 @ Diamondbacks 1–6 Miley (9–8) Hellickson (10–5) 19,458 66–46 [112]
113 August 7 @ Diamondbacks 8–9 Putz (3–1) Peralta (1–5) Ziegler (7) 18,733 66–47 [113]
114 August 9 @ Dodgers 6–7 Belisario (5–6) Rodney (4–3) 51,083 66–48 [114]
115 August 10 @ Dodgers 0–5 Greinke (10–3) Hernández (6–12) 52,619 66–49 [115]
116 August 11 @ Dodgers 2–8 Kershaw (11–7) Hellickson (10–6) 52,248 66–50 [116]
117 August 13 Mariners 4–5 Ramírez (4–0) Archer (6–5) Farquhar (5) 13,294 66–51 [117]
118 August 14 Mariners 5–4 Peralta (2–5) Farquhar (0–1) 14,910 67–51 [118]
119 August 15 Mariners 7–1 Cobb (7–2) Saunders (10–12) 13,299 68–51 [119]
120 August 16 Blue Jays 5–4 Rodney (5–2) Loup (4–6) 15,433 69–51 [120]
121 August 17 Blue Jays 2–6 Happ (3–2) Hernández (6–13) 25,036 69–52 [121]
122 August 18 Blue Jays 2–1 (10) McGee (3–3) Lincoln (1–2) 23,373 70–52 [122]
123 August 19 @ Orioles 4–3 Price (7–5) Tillman (11–4) Rodney (28) 25,044 71–52 [123]
124 August 20 @ Orioles 7–4 Cobb (8–2) González (8–6) Rodney (29) 26,158 72–52 [124]
125 August 21 @ Orioles 2–4 Chen (7–6) Hellickson (10–7) Hunter (4) 28,323 72–53 [125]
126 August 23 Yankees 7–2 Archer (7–5) Kuroda (11–9) 24,239 73–53 [126]
127 August 24 Yankees 4–2 Price (8–5) Sabathia (11–11) Rodney (30) 32,862 74–53 [127]
128 August 25 Yankees 2–3 (11) Logan (4–2) Wright (2–2) Rivera (38) 34,078 74–54 [128]
129 August 26 @ Royals 1–11 Guthrie (13–10) Hellickson (10–8) 20,546 74–55 [129][permanent dead link]
130 August 27 Angels 5–6 Frieri (2–4) Rodney (5–4) De La Rosa (2) 12,939 74–56 [130]
131 August 28 Angels 4–1 Archer (8–5) Richards (4–6) Rodney (31) 13,535 75–56 [131]
132 August 29 Angels 0–2 Vargas (8–5) Odorizzi (0–1) Frieri (28) 15,741 75–57 [132]
133 August 30 @ Athletics 3–4 Cook (6–3) Price (8–6) Balfour (34) 15,603 75–58 [133]
134 August 31 @ Athletics 1–2 Gray (2–2) Cobb (8–3) Balfour (35) 35,067 75–59 [134]
September (17–12)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Recap
135 September 1 @ Athletics 1–5 Griffin (12–9) Torres (4–1) 18,639 75–60 [135]
136 September 2 @ Angels 2–11 Richards (5–6) Archer (8–6) 37,557 75–61 [136]
137 September 3 @ Angels 7–1 Moore (15–3) Vargas (8–6) Hernández (1) 34,332 76–61 [137]
138 September 4 @ Angels 3–1 Hellickson (11–8) Weaver (9–8) Rodney (32) 34,025 77–61 [138]
139 September 5 @ Angels 2–6 Williams (6–2) Price (8–7) 34,623 77–62 [139]
140 September 6 @ Mariners 4–6 Capps (3–3) Peralta (2–6) Farquhar (13) 14,796 77–63 [140]
141 September 7 @ Mariners 2–6 Paxton (1–0) Archer (8–7) 17,773 77–64 [141]
142 September 8 @ Mariners 4–1 McGee (4–3) Medina (4–5) Rodney (33) 18,645 78–64 [142]
143 September 10 Red Sox 0–2 Buchholz (10–0) Price (8–8) Uehara (19) 18,605 78–65 [143]
144 September 11 Red Sox 3–7 (10) Uehara (4–0) Peralta (2–7) 19,215 78–66 [144]
145 September 12 Red Sox 4–3 McGee (3–5) De La Rosa (0–1) Rodney (34) 20,360 79–66 [145]
146 September 13 @ Twins 3–0 Archer (9–7) Correia (9–12) Rodney (35) 27,292 80–66 [146]
147 September 14 @ Twins 7–0 Gomes (1–1) Albers (2–3) 28,541 81–66 [147]
148 September 15 @ Twins 4–6 Fien (5–2) Peralta (2–8) Perkins (35) 27,988 81–67 [148]
149 September 16 Rangers 6–2 Cobb (9–3) Garza (9–6) 10,724 82–67 [149]
150 September 17 Rangers 1–7 Ogando (7–4) Hellickson (11–9) 10,786 82–68 [150]
151 September 18 Rangers 4–3 (12) Gomes (2–1) Ortiz (2–2) 14,827 83–68 [151]
152 September 19 Rangers 2–8 Darvish (13–9) Moore (15–4) 13,550 83–69 [152]
153 September 20 Orioles 5–4 (18) Hellickson (12–9) Norris (10–12) 21,247 84–69 [153]
154 September 21 Orioles 5–1 Cobb (10–3) González (10–8) 23,835 85–69 [154]
155 September 22 Orioles 3–1 Gomes (3–1) Feldman (12–11) Rodney (36) 28,974 86–69 [155]
156 September 23 Orioles 5–4 Peralta (3–8) Hunter (6–5) 17,830 87–69 [156]
157 September 24 @ Yankees 7–0 Moore (16–4) Kuroda (11–13) Odorizzi (1) 43,407 88–69 [157]
158 September 25 @ Yankees 8–3 Price (9–8) Hughes (4–14) 37,260 89–69 [158]
159 September 26 @ Yankees 4–0 Cobb (11–3) Nova (9–6) 48,675 90–69 [159]
160 September 27 @ Blue Jays 3–6 Dickey (14–13) Hellickson (12–10) Santos (1) 27,288 90–70 [160]
161 September 28 @ Blue Jays 2–7 Happ (5–7) Torres (4–2) 33,232 90–71 [161]
162 September 29 @ Blue Jays 7–6 Moore (17–4) Redmond (4–3) Rodney (37) 44,551 91–71 [162]
163 September 30 @ Rangers 5–2 Price (10–8) Pérez (10–6) 42,796 92–71 [163]

Postseason

2013 Postseason Game Log
Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location/Attendance Series Recap
October 2 @ Indians 4–0 Cobb (1–0) Salazar (0–1) Progressive Field
43,579
1–0 [164]
Game Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Location/Attendance Series Recap
1 October 4 @ Red Sox 2–12 Lester (1–0) Moore (0–1) Fenway Park
38,177
0–1 [165]
2 October 5 @ Red Sox 4–7 Lackey (1–0) Price (0–1) Uehara (1) Fenway Park
38,705
0–2 [166]
3 October 7 Red Sox 5–4 Rodney (1–0) Uehara (0–1) Tropicana Field
33,675
1–2 [167]
4 October 8 Red Sox 1–3 Breslow (1–0) McGee (0–1) Uehara (2) Tropicana Field
32,807
1–3 [168]

Detailed records

Roster

2013 Tampa Bay Rays
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Other batters

Manager

Coaches

Batting

Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; R = Runs scored; H = Hits; 2B = Doubles; 3B = Triples; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in; AVG = Batting average; SB = Stolen bases

Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI AVG SB
José Molina 99 283 26 66 14 0 2 18 .233 2
James Loney 158 549 54 164 33 0 13 75 .299 3
Ben Zobrist 157 612 77 168 36 3 12 71 .275 11
Yunel Escobar 153 508 61 130 27 1 9 56 .256 4
Evan Longoria 160 614 91 165 39 3 32 88 .269 1
Kelly Johnson 118 366 41 86 12 2 16 52 .235 7
Desmond Jennings 139 527 82 133 31 6 14 54 .252 20
Wil Myers 88 335 50 98 23 0 13 53 .293 5
Luke Scott 91 253 27 61 13 2 9 40 .241 1
Matt Joyce 140 413 61 97 22 0 18 47 .235 7
José Lobatón 100 277 38 69 15 2 7 32 .249 0
Sean Rodriguez 96 195 21 48 10 1 5 23 .246 1
Sam Fuld 118 176 25 35 0 3 2 17 .199 8
Ryan Roberts 60 162 15 40 6 0 5 17 .247 0
David DeJesus 35 104 13 27 10 0 2 11 .260 2
Delmon Young 23 62 8 16 3 0 3 7 .258 0
Shelley Duncan 20 55 6 10 1 0 2 6 .182 0
Jason Bourgeois 9 16 2 3 0 0 1 2 .188 0
Tim Beckham 5 7 1 3 0 0 0 1 .429 0
Chris Gimenez 4 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 .333 0
Kevin Kiermaier 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ---- 0
Freddy Guzmán 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 ---- 1

Pitching

Note: W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; G = Games pitched; GS = Games started; SV = Saves; IP = Innings pitched; H = Hits allowed; R = Runs allowed; ER = Earned runs allowed; BB = Walks allowed; K = Strikeouts

Player W L ERA G GS SV IP H R ER BB K
David Price 10 8 3.33 27 27 0 186.2 178 78 69 27 151
Jeremy Hellickson 12 10 5.17 32 31 0 174.0 185 103 100 50 135
Roberto Hernández 6 13 4.89 32 24 1 151.0 164 87 82 38 113
Matt Moore 17 4 3.29 27 27 0 150.1 119 58 55 76 143
Alex Cobb 11 3 2.76 22 22 0 143.1 120 46 44 45 134
Chris Archer 9 7 3.22 23 23 0 128.2 107 49 46 38 101
Joel Peralta 3 8 3.41 80 0 1 71.1 47 31 27 34 74
Jamey Wright 2 2 3.09 66 1 0 70.0 61 25 24 23 65
Cesar Ramos 2 2 4.14 48 0 1 67.1 66 31 31 22 53
Fernando Rodney 5 4 3.38 68 0 37 66.2 53 27 25 36 82
Jake McGee 5 3 4.02 71 0 1 62.2 52 28 28 22 75
Alex Torres 4 2 1.71 39 0 0 58.0 32 12 11 20 62
Kyle Farnsworth 2 0 5.76 39 0 0 29.2 37 19 19 7 19
Jake Odorizzi 0 1 3.94 7 4 1 29.2 28 13 13 8 22
Josh Lueke 0 2 5.06 19 0 0 21.1 23 12 12 12 25
Brandon Gomes 3 1 6.52 26 0 0 19.1 18 15 14 7 29
Álex Colomé 1 1 2.25 3 3 0 16.0 14 8 4 9 12
Wesley Wright 0 0 2.92 16 0 0 12.1 9 4 4 3 15
Enny Romero 0 0 0.00 1 1 0 4.2 1 0 0 4 0
Jeff Beliveau 0 0 0.00 1 0 0 0.2 1 0 0 1 0
Sam Fuld 0 0 0.00 1 0 0 0.1 0 0 0 0 0

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Durham Bulls International League Charlie Montoyo
AA Montgomery Biscuits Southern League Billy Gardner Jr.
A Charlotte Stone Crabs Florida State League Brady Williams
A Bowling Green Hot Rods Midwest League Jared Sandberg
A-Short Season Hudson Valley Renegades New York–Penn League Mike Johns
Rookie Princeton Rays Appalachian League Danny Sheaffer
Rookie GCL Rays Gulf Coast League Jim Morrison

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: Durham[12]

References

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