SF Giants probable pitchers & starting lineups vs. Tampa Bay Rays, April 14

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The SF Giants won Saturday's game by a score of 11-2 thanks to a huge offensive outburst against the Tampa Bay Rays. They look to take the series on the road with Blake Snell tabbed as Sunday's starter.

SF Giants probable pitchers & starting lineups vs. Tampa Bay Rays, April 14

The Giants signed Snell late in the offseason, so he did not have a normal spring training. The two-time Cy Young winner made his Giants debut against the Washington Nationals earlier this week and looked rusty. He allowed three earned runs on five strikeouts against two walks across three frames.

However, it was his first start of the year and some rust was expected given the unusual offseason that he just experienced. Snell will face off against the team that selected him in the first round of the 2011 draft.

The Giants bats woke up in loud fashion on Saturday. The lineup went seven straight games without hitting a home run. So, of course, they blasted five homers on Saturday led by Thairo Estrada's two-homer effort. The Giants hope to find a little more consistency at the plate after showing what they are capable of on Saturday.

Shawn Armstrong will start the game for the Rays. He has a 5.68 ERA in four appearances on the young season, so Tampa Bay is seemingly using the opener strategy with a bulk innings pitcher to follow.

SF Giants starting lineup, April 14

1. CF Jung Hoo Lee

2. 1B Wilmer Flores

3. RF LaMonte Wade Jr.

4. DH Jorge Soler

5. 3B Matt Chapman

6. LF Michael Conforto

7. 2B Thairo Estrada

8. C Tom Murphy

9. SS Tyler Fitzgerald

Tampa Bay Rays starting lineup, April 1

1. 1B Yandy Díaz

2. DH Harold Ramírez

3. LF Randy Arozarena

4. 3B Isaac Paredes

5. RF Amed Rosario

6. 2B Curtis Mead

7. SS Niko Goodrum

8. CF Jose Siri

9. C René Pinto

How to follow today's game?

The game starts at Tropicana Field at 10:40 AM PT. It is being televised on NBC Bay Area and the radio broadcast is on KNBR. This will wrap up the three-game series in Tampa Bay before they face off against the Miami Marlins.