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Baseball's next big thing. Rays players and manager Kevin Cash report for their first day of Spring Training as pitchers and catchers arrive in Florida. Brian Kenny joins Ryne Stanek at Rays Fan Fest to discuss the team's pitching rotation method and what to expect from them in Sinkholes do not mess around.

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  6. Charlie Morton strikes out 12 batters over seven innings of one-run ball, scattering four hits in a win against the Orioles. Brandon Lowe sends a solo home run over the right-center-field wall for his 16th dinger of the season, giving the Rays an early lead. Rays manager Kevin Cash discusses Brandon Lowe's leg X-rays coming back negative and his status following the game.

    Tommy Pham extends the Rays' lead to with a two-out, two-run double into the left-center-field gap in the 7th. Avisail Garcia extends the lead to as he rips a single into left field to drive in Yandy Diaz and Tommy Pham.

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    Tommy Pham and Charlie Morton talks about the key factors that led to the Rays' win against the Orioles. Brandon Lowe takes a hit away from Jonathan Villar with a full-extension dive at second base for the first out of the game. Joey Wendle hits a popup that lands just inside the left-field foul line for a double in the bottom of the 5th inning. Then again, I could see how a film with that kind of star power might have magical powers.

    My whole family is from Massachusetts, and I knew they would be so excited to see me working at Fenway Park, and when I went to text them the picture I noticed the baseball by my head! I laughed pretty hard when I saw such a surreal picture that I had no idea I took. I thought, you have got to be kidding me, maybe there ARE really angels in the outfield. Dewayne has also handled play-by-play for FOX Sports national baseball coverage.

    He celebrated his 5,th MLB broadcast in He began his major league play-by-play career as the radio and TV voice of the Astros from , then called radio and TV action for the Cubs from Dewayne began his career as a sports reporter for WSIE Radio while a student at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville and began his baseball career as the radio voice of the Oklahoma City 89ers Louis and received an Emmy.

    Dewayne was named a finalist for the Ford C. Brian enters his ninth season as full-time television color analyst on FOX Sports Sun and his 11th season as part of the Rays broadcast. Brian previously served on the major league staff as assistant to the pitching coach, working under Jim Hickey from March through the season. He also filled in as broadcaster for the Indians on Sports Time Ohio and hosted a weekly highlights show while recovering from injury in Brian played college baseball at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio from to where he was named the both the Conference Player and Conference Pitcher of the year for the season, and was also a 3 rd Team All-American.

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    Brian spent 13 seasons pitching in the majors with the Angels, Indians and Royals, and was a member of the World Champion Diamondbacks. He was also selected by the Diamondbacks as their first pick in the Expansion Draft. Brian was inducted to the Greater Cleveland Sports Hall of Fame on Sep 30, and made his acceptance speech by phone during the Rays-Marlins broadcast.

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    He and his wife, Jessica Marie, reside in St. In addition to his role with FOX Sports Sun, he enters his second season as director of baseball and community outreach with the Rays. Orestes covered the and World Series for Univision Deportes as their lead studio analyst. Orestes spent 15 seasons in pro baseball with the Yankees, Pirates, Seibu Lions of the Japanese Pacific League and the Marlins as a designated hitter, first baseman and outfielder.


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    Born in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba, Orestes and his family immigrated to Miami in when he was six years old. He and his wife, Drisana, reside in Tampa.

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    Orestes has four children: Danielle, 30; Devin, 26; Armando, 13; and Bella, Shows on Fox Sports Sun. During the baseball offseason, he handles play-by-play duties for college basketball on ESPN. Rich has also served as host of "H. A New Jersey native, Rich earned a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism from Syracuse University in He and his wife, Jill, reside in St.

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    Doug is a St. Petersburg native and graduate of Northeast High School. Prior to being selected out of high school by the Devil Rays in the third round of the June Draft, he had signed a letter of intent to play football at the University of South Florida. With his debut, he became the first St. Petersburg native to play for the Rays. He remains one of two Rays players born in St. Petersburg, along with Casey Kotchman.