Wednesday MLB scores, highlights, news: Rays keep striking out and hitting homers

Hump Day brings a full 15-game slate of MLB action, including several day games. Here is our daily recap of the day in baseball.

Wednesday’s scores

  • Astros at Marlins (GameTracker)
  • Rays at Indians (GameTracker)
  • Mets at Diamondbacks (3:40pm ET)
  • Dodgers at Giants (3:45pm ET)
  • Nationals at Pirates (7:05pm ET)
  • Orioles at Tigers (7:10pm ET)
  • Blue Jays at Braves (7:35pm ET)
  • Reds at Cubs (8:05pm ET)
  • Phillies at Rangers (8:05pm ET)
  • Rockies at Twins (8:10pm ET)
  • Red Sox at Cardinals (8:10pm ET)
  • Yankees at Royals (8:15pm ET)
  • White Sox at Angels (10:07pm ET)
  • Brewers at Padres (10:10pm ET)
  • Athletics at Mariners (10:10pm ET)

Rays continue to sell out for power

Coming into Wednesday, the Rays ranked fourth in baseball with 56 home runs, trailing only the Brewers (65), Nationals (62), and Yankees (58). Tampa Bay plays in a much more pitcher friendly home ballpark than those three clubs, especially the Brewers and Yankees.

The Rays added to their season home run total against Indians righty Josh Tomlin on Wednesday, smacking two early home runs against the right-hander. Corey Dickerson got Tomlin in the second, then Logan Morrison got him in the third. Here is Dickerson’s blast, his third in the last two days:

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