Last night, in a 10-3 home win over the Angels, Rays LF Brandon Guyer (Herndon) went 2-2. This is noteworthy because this brought his average up to .281. Why is that a big deal? He has not been that high since the end of June. On June 27, at Baltimore, Guyer went 3-6 combined in a doubleheader, which left his average at .290. Since then, his average has gotten smaller. Until now.
In addition to those two hits, Guyer drove in two runs, only the 4th time all season, and first since June 24.
Guyer also got a walk and a Hit by Pitch, leaving his on-base percentage at .352, the highest it has been all season, and the higest it has been at any point in his major league career.