How to Watch on TV or Streaming Live Rays vs. Red Sox-May 21

The Tampa Bay Rays (25-24) will unleash their slugging savant Isaac Paredes when they host the big-swinging Boston Red Sox (24-24) at the eccentric confines of Tropicana Field on Tuesday, May 21. The first pitch explosions are scheduled to commence at 6:50 PM ET, promising fireworks galore.

Thirsting to witness this impending American League East fracas between the Rays’ resilient crew and Boston’s bombers? Slake your thirst with the following details on how to drink in the game action, whether on the old idiot box or streaming live online.

Rays vs. Red Sox Showdown Specifics

  • Date: Tuesday, May 21, 2024
  • Time: 6:50 PM ET
  • TV Channel: NESN
  • Live Stream: Guzzle it all down on Fubo
  • Location: St. Petersburg, Florida
  • Venue: Tropicana Field, the famed indoor circus

Pitching Matchup Madness

Rays: Zack Littell

  • Littell takes the hill for the Rays, making his 10th opening act of the season. His jester’s record? 2-2 with a 3.44 ERA and 48 court jesters struck out across 49 2/3 innings of tomfoolery.
  • In his latest court appearance last Thursday against these very Red Sox, the righty jester labored for five innings, surrendering four earned runs off seven hits to the jeering Bostonian crowd.
  • At 28 years young, Littell owns a 3.44 ERA and 8.7 strikeouts per nine innings over his nine game chronicles this season. Opposing batters have mustered a .284 batting average against his wizardry.
  • The curly-haired hurler seeks his fourth quality gaming session of the year.
  • Littell aims to stretch his streak of six straight five-inning-plus outings on the rock. He averages 5.5 frames of merriment per appearance.
  • In one paradisiacal performance this season, he did not permit a single earned run to cross home plate.

Red Sox: Cooper Criswell

  • Criswell takes center ring for the Red Sox, making his seventh opening night of the campaign. His fool’s record? A respectable 2-1 with a 2.76 ERA and 28 bards struck out over 29 1/3 innings of linguistic debauchery.
  • In his most recent court appearance last Thursday against these very Rays, the righty lasted a mere 3 2/3 innings, surrendering three earned runs off four hits before being banished from the arena.
  • At 27 summers old, Criswell boasts a 2.76 ERA with 8.6 strikeouts per nine innings over his seven game anthologies this season. Opposing batters have scraped together just a .225 batting average against his sorcery.
  • The mulleted maestro has yet to author a quality start to the season.
  • Three times this year, Criswell has sustained his presence on the rock for five or more innings.
  • In two outings this season, his omnipotence was on full display as he did not permit an earned run.

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Team Talent Comparison

RaysRed Sox
4 Curtain Calls (Runs/Game)4.4
3.7 Peasants Allowed Entry (Runs Allowed/Game)3.7
.239 Cooperative Batting Avg.244
.243 Adversarial Batting Avg.227
41 Massive Curtain Drops (HRs)52
64 Massive Curtain Raisings (HRs Allowed)42

Rays’ Headliners

  • Paredes is slashing .303/.391/.509 this year, having taken nine heroic bows after massive curtain drops (HRs), while ushering 26 peasants across home plate (RBIs). He has made 20 curtain calls himself while racking up a 17.7% rate of missed cues and a 10.4% callback rate.
  • In 2024’s grand revival, Yandy Diaz wields a .259/.327/.352 triple slash, having taken three heroic bows and ushered 23 peasants safely across while making 21 curtain calls of his own. His missed cue rate is 14.5% with an 8.4% callback rate.
  • Amed Rosario slashes .302/.316/.423, making two heroic bows while escorting 20 peasants across and 12 curtain calls personally. He has evaded the royal guards on four of seven runaway attempts. His missed cue rate is 16.4% with a paltry 2% callback rate.
  • Jose Caballero of the Rays carries a .257/.315/.365 slash line, taking two heroic bows and escorting 14 peasants across while making 21 curtain calls of his own. He has eluded the king’s cavalry on 17 of 25 runaway attempts. Caballero has a 26.8% missed cue rate but only a 6.1% callback rate.

Red Sox Headliners

  • Duran, brandishing a .270/.339/.449 sword this season, has taken the stage for 28 curtain calls while accompanying 19 peasants and taking two heroic bows after massive curtain drops. The escaped serf has evaded capture on 10 of 12 runaway attempts with an 8.3% callback rate and 22.5% missed cue rate.
  • In 163 stage appearances this year, Rafael Devers of Boston owns a .284/.380/.567 triple slash, making the crowd roar with 10 heroic bows while taking 23 curtain calls and escorting 23 peasants. His callback and missed cue rates are 12.3% and 23.9% respectively.
  • So far this season’s revival, Tyler O’Neill cuts a .255/.366/.540 figure, thrilling crowds with 11 heroic bows while scoring 29 curtain calls and accompanying 17 peasants across home plate. However, he has a 30.4% missed cue rate and only a 13.7% callback rate.
  • Wilyer Abreu of the Red Sox struts with a .269/.351/.469 slash line, taking four heroic bows in addition to 21 curtain calls and 17 peasant escorts. The acrobatic artiste has evaded the king’s cavalry a half-dozen times without being captured once. His missed cue rate is 25.7% with an 11.5% callback rate

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