ST. PETERSBURG -- Saturday night's 15-inning, 5-hour, 7-minute affair was the fourth game in Rays history to go 15 or more innings, and was the fourth longest by time of game.
The Rays lost to the Marlins, 4-3, dropping to 0-4 in games of 15 innings or more.
Of note, the Rays' 1-5 hitters combined to go 2-for-30 and it was the third game in which the Rays have allowed one earned run or less and lost.
The longest two games by innings played are 16 innings and both came against the Red Sox on July 17, 2011, and April 1, 2003, when they lost 1-0 and 9-8, respectively.
The longest game by duration was last season's 16-inning game against the Red Sox that lasted 5 hours, 44 minutes.