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#910 Tampa Bay Rays (Glasnow) – over Atlanta Braves (Foltynewicz) 5:40 PM CT
Tyler Glasnow had impressive results over 12 starts in a season cut short in 2019 for the Rays. He took only one loss and posted a better than 5:1 strikeout-to-walk ratio. Even with those high strikeout marks he allowed only four home runs in over 60 innings of work and had an over 50 percent groundball rate. Glasnow is likely to be eased into the season and shouldn’t be counted on for a deep outing but he should leave the excellent Rays bullpen in a good position. After an opening day loss the Rays won back-to-back games vs. Toronto, getting the job done in extra-innings yesterday. The deep pitching staff has plenty of options and should have most top relievers available for Monday aside from Trevor Richards and Andrew Kittredge who both threw 40 pitches Sunday in relief. The Tampa Bay offense still lacks big names but so far has the third best walk rate in all of MLB to offset marginal production numbers as the Rays are 2-1 despite only hitting two home runs so far. After low-scoring games to start the season the formidable Braves offense exploded for 14 runs Sunday to take the opening series with the Mets. Atlanta had seven hits with runners in scoring position and six two-out RBI while hitting four home runs. They won’t get to face Rick Porcello today however and will face a travel turnaround for the first time this season after a big first series in Queens that featured tense games Friday and Saturday including the extra-innings escape on Saturday. Atlanta has been a very poor OBP team so far this season and has a 28 percent strikeout rate that is among the worst in baseball so far. Tampa Bay is among the best in baseball at exploiting those opportunities and a Rays team that was great at home last season and is one of the few true AL contenders is priced about as lightly as they should expect to be all season long at Tropicana with Glasnow on the mound.