Pupil of Indian Hosts on Approaching Hurricane


The Tampa Bay Rays are returning home after going 1-4 on a recent road trip to potential bad weather, but the club got used to a lot of hardships last week.

As Tropical Cyclone Elsa threatens to land off the Gulf Coast and land in the Tampa area, Rays will return to St. Petersburg, Fla. For a three-game streak on Monday night against the Cleveland Indians. .

Raise beat the Toronto Blue Jays of Buffalo 5-1 Sunday afternoon, ending five tough games in a row. Starter Ryan Yarbrough was strong with a run in five innings, and relief Collin McHugh shot three innings goless with six strikeouts.

In early May, June and July, McHugh allowed a run in 28 1/3 innings, touched 45 and lowered the ERA to 1.87.

“He was a very bright place for our team,” said Rays manager Kevin Cash. “He couldn’t have done it more efficiently.

After scoring 37-18 in five road games, Rays throws Rich Hill, 41, (6-3, 3.70 ERA) and stops the series at home with his right foot. I’m trying to correct a recent result.

A Boston-born player who lost to the Nationals 4-3 in Washington on Wednesday’s last expedition gave up four runs and eight hits in six innings.

It was the third time since leaving on June 5, and on Wednesday’s effort alone, he scored four earned runs and suffered one loss.

With 10 career appearances against the Indians (just 3 starts), Hill is 1-1 and a 4.82 ERA. The Cleveland hitter had a .246 batting average and hit two home runs with over 182/3 innings.

Rookie shortstop Taylor Walls debuted Sunday for the first time since June 22 after tendonitis in his right wrist put him on the injured list, doubling his RBI insurance with a skid victory.

Meanwhile, Cleveland lost 4-3 in 10 innings for a visit to Houston on Sunday. It was the Astros’ first cleanup against the Indians, a defensive error in 10 innings by pitcher Emanuel Klaas.

Cleveland sends southpaw Logan Allen (1-5, 8.38) in an attempt to stop the six-game slippage during the season. Logan Allen makes his seventh start and will face Raise.

Having made a decision on all six starts, Allen struggled after pitching five innings in each of the first two outings. Since April 11, he hasn’t pitched more than 3 2/3 innings in the next four starts. I missed mid-May and didn’t come back until June 30 after being sent to Triple A Columbus in late April.

The Indians were missing third baseman José Ramirez (18 homers and Cleveland’s leading hitter), but it was his fourth in five games. Ramirez, 28, (a bruise on the bone in his left elbow) struggles to reach full swing after diving for the ball on Thursday.

“Jose is at least good,” Cleveland manager Terry Francona said on Saturday. “Not enough to play.”

However, the Indians welcomed wide receiver Roberto Perez (broken finger) on Sunday after his last game on May 3.

With over 0.500 midpoints in three games, the Indians have won one in the last nine games.

-Media at field level

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