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Dodgers vs. Rays series snapshot: LA edition

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The Dodgers conclude their home-and-home battle with the Rays, hosting them for two games in Los Angeles after visiting Tampa Bay on May 3-4, splitting two games at Tropicana Field. Here is a look at the two teams heading into their two-game series at Dodger Stadium.

Teams: Dodgers (56-44) vs. Rays (38-60)

Split records: Dodgers 30-18 at home, Rays 19-30 on road

Run differential: Dodgers +64 (seventh in MLB), Rays -58 (23rd in MLB)

Runs scored: Dodgers 4.35 per game (19th), Rays 3.98 (27th)

OPS+: Dodgers 95 (18th), Rays 96 (15th)

(Non-pitcher) wRC+: Dodgers 102 (13th), Rays 97 (20th)

Runs allowed: Dodgers 3.71 (fourth), Rays 4.57 (17th)

ERA+: Dodgers 112 (fifth), Rays 93 (23rd)

Last 10 games: Dodgers 6-4, Rays 4-6

All-time head-to-head record: Dodgers 7-4 (Dodgers 3-0 at home)

2016 head-to-head: 1-1 (in TB)

Last meeting in Los Angeles: 2013 (Dodgers sweep)

2016 interleague play: Dodgers 5-7 (2-3 at home), Rays 6-9 (5-3 on road)

Rays SB Nation site: DRays Bay

Series Schedule

Pitching matchups:

Tuesday, 7:10 p.m. PT: Bud Norris vs. Chris Archer (SportsNet LA, MLB Network)
Wednesday, 12:10 p.m.: Brandon McCarthy vs. LHP Matt Moore (SportsNet LA)