Jake Odorizzi

Jake Odorizzi Has A Unique Approach To Starting Games

Jake Odorizzi has taken great strides early in the 2015 season, and as he has matured he has developed a new approach to starting games.

Chris Archer

Chris Archer Ties Career-High In Strikeouts In Rays Loss

The Tampa Bay Rays dropped the series finale against the Seattle Mariners Wednesday afternoon, but Chris Archer tied a career-high with 12 strikeouts in the game.

Kevin Cash

Kevin Cash Says Missed Calls By Umpires Were “Embarassing”

The Tampa Bay Rays dropped their fourth straight game Tuesday night, and manager Kevin Cash said the missed calls by the umpires were "embarassing."

Jake Elmore

Jake Elmore Sets New Career-High Despite Rays Extra-Innings Loss

Jake Elmore drove in a career-high three runs while the rest of the team struggled again to come through in clutch situations in Tuesday's loss.

Steven Souza Jr.

Steven Souza Jr. Is Progressing Well, Will Rest For Few Days

Steven Souza Jr. is feeling much better just two days after leaving Sunday's game early with a sprained left wrist, will resume activities in a few days.

Matt Moore

Matt Moore To Throw In Extended Spring Game Thursday

Matt Moore is scheduled to pitch in what should be his final extended spring game before heading out onto a rehab assignment Thursday vs. the GCL Red Sox.

Nick Franklin

Nick Franklin Could See Playing Time In Outfield

Nick Franklin was taking balls in the outfield during early batting practice Tuesday, and manager Kevin Cash said he could see some playing time out there.

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Another Strong Start By Jake Odorizzi Wasted By Offense

Jake Odorizzi allowed just two runs over seven innings of work, but the offense managed to score just one run as the Rays dropped the series opener.

Tim Beckham

Tim Beckham Returns To Rays After Short Stay Away

Tim Beckham wasn't away from the Tampa Bay Rays for long, as he was recalled Monday after James Loney was placed on the 15-day disabled list.

James Loney

James Loney To Miss Extended Time With Finger Injury

James Loney has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with a broken left middle finger and announced Monday he expects to miss 4-6 weeks with the injury.