Rays top starter Chris Archer left Saturday's game in the first inning after allowing home runs to the first two batters with some type of injury issue. Morrison went deep for the fifth time in five games in Friday's 3-1 series-opening victory and has hit safely in six straight contests, going 11-for-25 with 11 RBIs during that stretch.
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The $475,000 price tag doesn't include the cost of needed hospitalizations, travel to a certified hospital and other expenses. While most survive, about 15 percent relapse despite today's best treatments, and their prognosis is bleak.
The Rays have won eight of 11 overall and are 5-2 on their nine-game road trip as they've moved within three games of Minnesota for the AL's second wild card after recording their 26th homer in the last 12 contests. He has established himself as the ace of the Tampa Bay staff since his arrival with the club in 2012.
Archer, 28, has logged heavy innings in recent seasons. Archer felt a little tightness while warming up in bullpen, and when it carried over to the start of the game they decided not to push it.
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