After his team was on the wrong end of a perfect game for the third time in four seasons, Tampa Bay manager Joe Maddon is confidently looking ahead.
A visit to Anaheim could help the Rays forget their latest dubious milestone.
David Price can become the majors' first 16-game winner while trying to help the Rays avoid a third straight loss and continue their recent success against the Los Angeles Angels on Thursday night.
Tampa Bay (63-54) is again a postseason contender, but became the first team in major league history to have three regular-season perfect games thrown against it after Seattle's Felix Hernandez struck out 12 in a 1-0 victory over the Rays on Wednesday.
No-hit for the fifth time in the 15-year history of the franchise, the Rays were also victims of perfect games by Oakland's Dallas Braden in 2010 and Mark Buehrle of Chicago White Sox in 2009.
"The one thing I've learned is that no-hitters and perfect games don't mean anything about tomorrow, anyway,'' said Maddo...